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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 14, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Graves Files (/Brief Gibson and a committee met citing 11 federal court decisions Oscar Range and Garth C. Reeves. reached I
with Davis and County .Manager which should serve as a precedentof The group gave the county officials The bried! filed by Graves cov'I. .
Cites 11 Federal O. W. Campbell/ to demand that integration of Dade County 10 days to file a written ered just about every county facility -
all county tax supported facilities facilities. All the decisions stemmed answer to the demands. At the from Crandon Park to
Decisions 'be opened to all taxpayers, from the "equal :protection" end of this period another parley.. Jackson Memorial Hospital and I ..
County Attorney Darrey Davis Davis said he knew of no laws amendment to the U. S. Consti will be held. The committee offered its nurses training school. Bak- I (
is an enlightened man this morn.. either compelling or banningsegregation tution. to bargain within reason, er's 'Haulover, Matheson Ham- .
!ng. in. county facilities. Besides Gibson and Graves the but made it clear' that a federal mack and Greynolds Park choice L
On Monday morning when I Yesterday NAACP Atty. G. E. I five man committee meeting with court suit will be forthcoming Lf county beaches. were also included.
NAAGP' president Rev. Theodore Graves handed Davis a brief : county officials were Otis James, a satisfactory angreement is not II 4

I Parker Lynching Case Goes to Grand Jury OMEGAS. STEWART TO HEARPROF. .I

JACKSON Miss U. S. District .
Judge Sidney Mize salt
I Wednesday, he will empanel a l'I
Commissioner Hearn Would Close PoolsThe federal .grand jury in Biloxi Jan. '
4 to consider the g vernrnent'scase IN" ll rI' I

against the white men susrected ,N I IMPO 4
swimming pools of the '1 of lynching Negro Mack ,I4 a h I
City of Miami should be closed Charles Parker at Poplarville, i iIIWIl I
rather than be 'integrated' .according Address Miss. / I
Fr. Gibson to
to one of our city com- :,1,
missioners. The Justice Department reentered I .., ,
Commissioner B. E. Hearn is the Parker case last week I
after a Pearl River County, Miss ;
reported to have received a number Grand Jury refused: to indIct 4I InIrp I
of calls and letters from residents NAACP MeetingWill
anyone in connection with the / tri II
objecting to the integrationof I
lynching last April. d''?II? II
the pools. He thinks that they
should ibe "drained and closed great leader who is sticking his Parker, truck driver was seiz- 9 HdI
.until some equitable solution can on neck out in their' behalf. These ed by a mdb of masked white I

be wcrked out. Legislative Hearing, fights for rights cost money so, men, dragged from a jail cell and
to 'shot to death. lIe awaitingtrial
bring a dollar to contribute was I
The pools were ordered to be Parks Fight your fight for freedom and equal on charges of raping a white
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City Manager Ira Wizard.\ His rights. j I II I i woman

decision was reversed the next L M It I, 4M
day by the City Commission.The .

Miami branch of the ( K I

NAACP eral court has to filed force suit the in the integration fed-- Jealous Woman Kills-Matel Omega Tho Sigma Psi Phi Alpha fraternity Chapter will of t'

of the'pooLs..
It Is expected
present Professor G. V. Stewart
that a ruling will be made next v I Green-eyed with jealousy, a as its Achievement. Wcok"
month. woman shot her common-law speaker,
"If Negroes want more pools, I husband to death early Wednes- Congregational This program will bo held on ,
they 'should be provided' Hearn day morning and fled with the Church WinsC'onatituted Sunday, Nov. 19 at.4 pm. at
said.Director shotgun with which she had Ebenezer Methodist Church., 3rd
James Hilton of the blasted him in the chest. Status ave., 11th it.

city's Welfare Department, which Anthony Wright, 38, a truckerof Stewart, the former principal :: -
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the said 2227 NW 49th st., was the victim ''IIIfg:
operates pools that .1 "\. of Middleton High School,
Martin 36, alias F.ri .. .\ I
whites would refuse to use the Margie .. ; \ Tampa now serves as assistant
pools with colored. He has received 4 ,. Margie Lee Anderson of 6500 NW director of public schools, Hllla-
a number of offers from 22nd ave., Is being held. boro County, Tic
private operators that would I The shooting took place in front A graduate of Atlanta Univer-

lease the pools. or 2293 NW 51st st. 4Ii sity, University ot' Michigan! ,
Detective L. R. Jotfre said the Morehouse College, and attendedthe
L woman shot Wright when she I
RECEIVES.SCHOLARSHIP. I University of Oklahoma
met him on the street after he under a fellowship 'grant.
: allegedly tried'to
arrange a ren-
II In connection with the achieve-
dezvous with another
woman. ,
ment week the
HONORS A witness heard her program Omegaswill
I scream,
t present Bro. Rev Theodore
"I told you I'd kill you," as
Gibson with an award for the
"" "'TJO\I! back
Father Theodore Gibson, untiring (gasping, "Most Outstanding Citizen" of the
"You've shot ;
militant leader of Miami's me. year Bro. William Haley is to be
NAACP will be the featured The' woman then shouted that honored as the Omega Man ct
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she was going to kill her rival,
speaker at a mass meeting sponsored year.
said the witness, but Instead triedto
by the' Miami Branch SUn-
get armed with the
day Nov. 15, three o'clock at away gun
,Greater Bethel AME Church. 1 15 at its" temporary meeting place '
Father Gibson will give an on GRAHAM TO The Seventh Day Adventist I
the scene report of the' Florida I School auditorium, 5001 NW 25th I
Legislative Committee hearings GHANA

in Tallahassee last week. The ave.Your 'presence will be greatly

.yx. committee has ordered contempt .. ACCRA =- (ANP) .- Evange-_ _.,.,;a,.:_ appreciated at either service Dr. I ,
'charges filed against Father Gib- list DUly uranium will conduct Charles Wicks will be guest I rt
!'Jon for produce membership . I'two religious mass meetings at REV. H. C. McDOWELL, speaker at the morning: service. I t'' ,

lists of the NAACP. the 28,000 eat Accra Sports sta- The Church of the Open Door, Ted will be held at 5 pan. Nov ,
I Another thing of interest to aU'Miamians dium beginning January 23. He Congregational; cccdlally invites 15 at Its temporary meeting place '
is the federal court will also hold meetings in Ku-: all of their friends and members Tonight, Friday, Nov 13, the I
suit by the NAACP: against the mast this country's second larg- to rejoice with its having attained church will be formally received
city for equal use of all tax sup est city, before leaving for Nigeria. status of a duly constituted and into mcmb rshil> of the South
*. ported recreational facilities. Twenty-five. percent of recognized church. Appropriate East Coast Association of Con-
I__ All civic minded citizens are Ghana's 5 million people are divine worship followed by High gregatknal. churches, meeting at ..
Mr urged to come out and hear this Christians. Tea win be held at 5 p.mNov.. the Miami Beach Church Lin-
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=.., avidtlobfnaon, '.' Junior in the Collins ,

division at Howard of Liberal University Art*"tea on* November cited Urged to Stop Executing

.S at the annual Honors I

Day amian students Robinson'B Exercise*) or who from above was attained. Florida during one an(only of the averageof three Mi-last Negroes for Rape and Not Whites . ' .' ',::1

school year. -
He b the son of Mrs. Jank The Florida Civil Liberties increase the racial tensions In charged with intent to commit this execution pending a I
Robinson Mays. 1512 NW 56th Union has asked Gov. LeRoy this state," the FCLU said in a rape. plete examination of the fact com .
Ten l ..t Collins to bait the. execution of wire to Collins. II City is scheduled to be electro- thU
David [9 a graduate of Booker Willie George City, Laryo Negro City 22, pleaded guilty to rapIng -I cuted in the state penitentiary at case by you Above all, the
T. Washington' High School. He convicted of npe.'Tor a white. woman, then claimed RaWord. state of Florida should not use

cerrea at Howard at: one of ,Jfce the state .to 'return to the he entered the.plea thinking it In the telegram Howard W. City as an ...
dormitory counsellors and is active policy:. of executing Negroes for would mean a life' senience. HealdlM Dixon, legal panel chairman for I lesson. to those ..r--, .. ..:

: ...: ... .on the' staff ..ofthe tbe,::1fPU 'th' -iot;. ".: r r1WrJ, ,& . did not ecl: a111iclCDml the ,.FCLUtp1Q, ColUni,. .The. persons advocating quaityottho0' ] .,t ...:
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clerk in Post points at times to be announced
MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Postal Clerk Offices transportation throughout Florida. to the applicants.

PAGE ,2 SATURDAY, 'NOVEMBER 14, 1959 Exams SlatedThe Applications must ,be made -

U. S. Civil Commission announced on forms to be' obtained at any TIGER ISCOMING.
Tuesday it will hold examinations posticrffice: ono or before Nov. .
for appointment to 30. The examinations will be

0 positions of substitute postal held, at Miami. and other Florida, .

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Thousands Cheer :
Forget The Ugly PastSay since those contestants were .
coached from the outset and we }
nothing to recall the ugly past were not.Whether.
Just let ,It be forgotten; the public was fooled, Florida's New Way of Life
Thoughts of such days should not cajoled or frauded, we still think
be clinging fast that' the shows were good enter-
Like broken eggs, and rotten. tainment and the participantswere with"natural
Go find Borne nobler things ,to due the huge sums paid
talk aboutA them. After all, it was Just show
lot of things are better; business. Uncle Sam got his cut,
Defy those ugly thoughts; yea, the sponsor got 'What he was pay-
rule them out- ing for advertisement and .
They can but halt and fetter. everybody should have been hap-

WE ARE HAPPY to be one of py.Seems to. us that that investi-
the fortunate ones who live in a gating committee should tackle .
democratic society where every Hollywood. Now there you will
one has a right to his opinionand find the biggest fakes. And they
may publicly express his, are being ,paid; fabulous sums to .
views, even on, roof tops as act out fradulent entertainment.Most .
everyone may hear him. of us have a dishonest r
We might, but not without streak' in our backs, if you may
an argument, sullenly agree call TV quiz programs dishonest,
that some of, our views laboriously but we sure wish we were one of
written here, are lame brained those six figure TV quiz wfnners.
but yet that's Just how we You may say, "he's a big fake." a
think" thank yowl! but we will have acme moola in
Recently until those smart the ib nk. Tmank you, Mr. Kal-
alecks in D. C started' that Investigation tenfoorn! 1 +
icif TV quiz shows, we
were a dyed in the wool quiz fan. SPEAKING ABOUT the rightto
We 'would help the contestants one's opinion, most of us
answer difficult questions, help couldn't go along with the remarks -
them spell, remember historical made by Sammy Davis'
facts ,even help them with base- Jr., mother-in-law who is deadly homes arehappier.
ball questions.. And then here against the talented entertainer
tomes' this investigation! I being a member of her family
We would switch from channel when he marries the blonde Canadian . .
to channel, even missing the chick. It was all becausehe ,.
"shoot-em-ups" to get a quiz was "different". Sammy is also work Is lighter. . e
program ,much to the annoyance of a "different religion" having ,
of the Madam, who. is more of a become a member of the Jewish
"cloak and dagger" fan Guessing religion Mr. Davis' only remarks NATURALLY I
two or three tough answers during were "when you meet the right
the quizzing gave us a smug girl, marry her" I ain't got nothing -
satisfaction! of not being "too, to do. with it, but I think the
dumb" We guess we weren't:I fellow's! right! Thousands and thousands of Florida homes art now ,

enjoying the benefits of clean,fast,efficient natural gas! a K.

Progressive Florida housewives are learning why

I Justice Dept. ActionIn famous chefs demand natural gas for cooking. ...

why natural gas clothes drying is preferred by

Lynch Case Hailed modern homemakert.. ..and why natural'gas .

.water heating is the most popular of aU.TMy" i

NEW YORK The National ; ; $
saving time saving steps,finding tiJ
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Association, for the Advancement D#rH TO OPEN

iof Colored People today hailed extra hours to get out and enjoy life 1
U. S Attorney General William NEW ''MODEL 4
Rogers' decision! to re-enter the It's true-Florida's new way of lift _ S ,
Mack Charles Parker lynchingcase _
in Pop arville. Miss The Department HOME is here-so start living it If > "
of Justice announced its
action promptly following the The D&H Construction Co,
failure of the local grand Jury tocrpHder Ml Palermo( Ave., Coral Gables,
the case' In any manner. will hold the grand opening of its
Meanwhile, on Nov 4, NAACP brand new, modern 3-bedroom
executive secretary Roy Wilkins model home at 1440 NW 60th st. -
sent a telegram to Mr. Rogers on this Saturday, Nov. 14, beginning J( : ,-- -
urging: the Department to reenterthe at 11- am. and lasting 5 'Notjwl anew way to cook toed cr bat wtttf...
case in view of the indicationthat I. Until? Refreshment will be served ..4wwr but a whole new way cl Hfit"
the grand 'Jury was disre- I. and Mr. Nat Davldow, head 4 5
garding the exhaustive FBI report cf the company, will be on hand
on the lynching which last in greet visitors and show them .
Aiorll 25 shocked the nation. through the home. The public Is *" $ASWAmMATUMfad. .
Th} text of the telegram which Invited to the grand crenlng. ... JMMJillt... ttt imltltlvAS .
the NAACP leader today (Nov. ofk5 -.r.0..,......
6) sent commending the orompt D&dH! will build on your'lOot a 5'S
action of the Attorney General home exactly as the model home. I
follows with no money down,-closing I ?C\-
cost only. The home is financed'by $_ R
National Association for the Federal Banks and there are r "
Advancement of Colored People no baloon mortgages. \ \
gratified by vour decision to re- S .
enter Mack Parker lynching case The homa contains a numberof Pt*?
in Mississippi.' Yicur' action 'oro- distinguished features, ih-
claims to the world that the Federal eluding: a large living room, separate SAl lUf St-
/ COOKINO-1M%Wt is.L.(
dining deluxe electrical
Government does not con- room -
done wanton murder committed fixtures, built-in oven and fVlMMMHMl IhfM9 gibe (B9M&
by a mob of ocivardly creatures range, formica covered kitchen INl sh. w
Touting regular court procedures. cabinets carpcrte, your choice of:
The Poplarville grand Jury demonstrated colors plus a number of: other vy; .-, S
a callous disregard of timely! features. A /fA S IICIIUATOI: n,
its responsibilities and of human WI............
values which your action sharply Interested persona may' contact \ ..*.......,....,.M are+IHIb
repudiates. the company at telephone numberHT
81119.Be .
sure to read the full page
FJ.A.VOTERS nd from the D&H Construction

LEAGUE MEETS CD. In this Issue of your Miami /AS utttn AIUOEf16NSN/-H....IMMM3 iM WtfhflfMUMiMt tin CAsaonuunxMnl r....wert..-......
Times and then be sure to drop awearaial M.ctrl
SUNDAYThe by and see the home: yourself rjj ..
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Florida Voters League, .
Inc., will meet at the Dillard May Primaries We must also J
Elementary School cafetorium, coordinate our political activitiesand U$_&_-_.MJ.,
Ft. Lauderdale at 2 pan on Sunday improve our lines of com- ..................rwr....lw.F .
Nov. 15. munciaticn. Members of the
The reward County groua Board of Directors Including all .., ,
and the Northwest Voters League officers will meet on Saturday .
will be host. They have made afternoon.
elabprate plans, for your enter- Edward D. Davis Is presidentand \ "..- ...
tainment; and urgently request Dr. E. A. Ward is vice president .
that you spend an enjoyable weekend ; THE HOUSTON CORPORATBCN :"poi'
with them. On Saturday evening .. __. ,, w' ...._.. ._" .
they have planned a pro- ..
gram and a social hour. TIGER ISCOMING 1409 BISCAYNE BLVD. :\
It is imperative that we Increase .
the number of; our votersby FR 3-4777 1THE
at least one-third before the

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" 1

Campanella to Receive Classic SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1959 PAGE 3 .1fi.":: .. I r'" r

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"Most Courageous Athlete Award"By Baylor' Breaks _NBA .. :: : r .


The selection of former Brook-, Sports and Scholastic I ence. Scoring Cage RecordShoots .. .

lyn Dcdiger catcher, Roy Campa .. .
Thanks Bernard Bullard
nella to be the first recipient of can I
an annual Orange Blossom Classic Chatter be given by the G bbs High 11 r

"most courageous athlete award"at for his keeping them as PInellas 64 Points -
the 1959 Classic football gameon FOOTBALL SCORES County Champions for another CARVER BLANKS
the night of Dec. 5 year, when he scored all the
was en- ,, Celtics
Northwestern 7 Jones 7 Against
((7) win from Pinellas
ncunced here today points ) to BOOKER T. 12.0 .
Middleton 41-Mobile, Ala., 13 High last week. The Pinellas Hr
North Dade 30-Blanche Ely 6 team is a birger and better team Elgin Baylor Is one player who ' I
Mays 31 _Attucks 12 doesn't believe In the sophomore The Carver High Hornets defeated .. I
offensively, than the Gibbs team. ,
the Booker T. Washington ,;
Dlllard 32 Howard Blake 13
But down through the the
Glbbs 7 Pinedas 0 Gibbs team have always defeated Jinx.Rookie of the year last season, Tornadoes by a score of 12-0 i''I'
Carver 12 BT Washington 0 the Pinellas team the Minneapolis Lakers' hotshotran Saturday night at Dorsey Park. 'I
Union Academy 13-Lincoln 12 wild Sunday night as he: The contest was a scoreless! duel I
for the first three quarters. ,
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I Where they play Nov. 12: Set a National Basketball Association .s.
The headaches fcr statisticiansare record with 64 points as Early in the final stanza, the Ilr" "
beginning to increase with Dillard High at Northwestern the Lakers defeated the Boston Hornets scored when Halfback I
the hallway mark of the football November 13: Celtics, 136-115. The old mark oi Rudolph Cambridge, plunged over
playing season passed for most of Howard Blake at Mlddleton 63 was set by Joe Fulks of Philadelphia the goal from the 2 yard line for : .
the schools. Dunbar High at Booker High in 1949. the touchdown, ending' a 66 yard i
During the playing season for Lincoln Memo at ,Pinellas Enabled! the Lakers to gain drive. The try for point was no II i
Attucks at Staurt Training their first victory over Boston In good .
the Big 9" South Fla. Conference I
November 14:
23 straight I
I have used the Associated games.iHlanded
Carver at Jones High the defending champion Carver Increased Its soore late 11 f ,
that is
Press system by -
percentage Mays at BT Washington in the same period when Halfback -
for the teams in the confer- Celtics their first defeat In seven I'
games this season Ulysses Norrls hit off tackle
HOWARD BLAKE 510 < .833 6 1 0 .857 for three yards climaxing a 77 '
NORTHWESTERN 4 1 2 .714 4 1 3 .688 Baylor, a former Seattle Uni- yard drive. Again the point was
MIDDLETON 3 1 2 .667 5 1 2 .750 versity All-American who set a missed. '
ROOSEVELT 2 1 0 .667 4 1 0 .800 scoring standard for most pointsIn .
With less than 20 seconds to
CARVER 420 .667 520 .714 a rookie season, hit with 25
MAYS 320 .600 520 .714 of 47 field goal attempts and was nlay to the end of the first half,
JONES 221 .500 223 .500 14 for 19 from the fould line. Ho Quarterback Samuel HutchInson .!
222 .400 340 .429 scored 25 points In the first half, of Booker T. caught o Carver
NORTH DADE 230 ,375 4 2M .643 39 In the second, grabbed 17 rebounds punt on his 11 and ran 88 yds before )
The disclosure was made by and had eight assists. being (pushed out of boundson
.200 250 .288
Florida ,A&M University Presi- BT WASHINGTON 1 2 1 the 1 foot line as' time ran out t
.00 2 5 0 .286
dent George W. Gore Jr., chair- ATTUCKS 140 and the half ended. It was the
man of the Orange Blossom Clas- GIBBS 030 .000 1 6 0 .143 Top Pigskin ToterIs longest and mcst spectacular run I'
sic and Festival Committee and BLANCHE ELY 060 of the game. I

head of the institution that sponsors Iowa State'sTom I II I! Jf\,.\
the 27-year old event. Dr. ,- f
Watkins -
Gameoccks have a powerpackedclub
Core K: > amn.nroclv.a'!!
virtue of his selection as the HURRICANESMEET which has been running over Open 12.5 Sunday i
'most courageous athlete" Cam- the opposition. They are the CHICAGO (ANP) Tom
panella now a coach with; the S.C. IN only team to defeat Georgia this Watkins, Iowa State fullback, 1029 N.W. 55th St. t ,
world champion Los Angeles year. They whipped the Bulldogs took over ball-carrying honors
Dodgers will become the first 30 to 20.South. among' majcr college teams, according $495 Furnished
person to be .represented In the HOMECOMINGUniversnty Carolina also this fall to statistics released last
"Florida A&M 'Athletic Hall of whipped Duke for the second week ,by the National/ College $81.50 Monthly Buys

Fame' that twill be housed In of Miami,. which has straight year and also routed Athletic Bureau. I This newly decorated 2-

the proposed $1,00,000 universityfield already won more games than Maryland. In seven game, he compiled an bedroom home tropically
( house now on the drawing anybody SUSected It would for of in the of this
average 5.7 yards In gaininga let rear large '
board. A the entire NHS AND JONES 'I
duplicate of the plaqueto campaign, goes into total of 599 in 100 rushes lot.
be given Campanella will hangin the homecoming: game with South \ The highest avera'je' rushing duplex ,
the "hall of fame." Carolinna with BATTLE TO
Friday night a among the leaders was owned .
record of four wins and three de- JE 1.1235
7-7 Ernie Davis university
Campanella's scheduled trip ,to by Syracuse ry
feats. sophomore halfback, whose DEVORY 1
Miami for the Orange Blossom 'I
a game which began in a ,
Classic and Festival will be UDder Only losses were suffered at driving rain, the NorthwesternHigh 439 yards in 59 trips gave him a
the auspices of Radio Station the hands of LSU, Auburn and Bulls and the Jones High 7.4 average for six games.

WFEC which carries. the "Roy Kentucky, while triumphs were Tigers of Orlando, battled to a I ,
Campanella Show" in Miami.Bert scored over Navy, North Carolina, 7-7 tie last Thursday night at ,. r
Noble, general manager, Tulane.and Florida State. Miami Stadium. ; I
said'that Campanella will be on Jones, scored first early In the !
hand to personally receive the Except for the Kentucky game second period when halfback
award unless illness prevents his the Hurricanes have acme up Eddie Crowell skirted(} his own
with their most cpectacular foot-
coming. left end for 28 yards and the
ball since the great University of ,
touchdown. On the for the e I If
The selection of Campanella to Miami eleven of 1050, which ran try .,
point, Crowell again around
receive the award was unanimously and passed the opposition dizzy ran
end, was tackled fumbled the
voted cn by the membersof It certainly has been the most
ball in the end zone and anotherJones'
the Orange Blossom Classic exciting Miami team since that
fell the ball for
player on
Festival Committee. Future plans wild rambling team of 1950. the
call for the selection to be made point.
Northwestern tied the in p G l
by the nation's sports writers. This week as Miami goes Into score l fMp
its 8th game of the season againstthe the final stanza when Fullback
.The '59 Classic game will pdt South Carolina eleven. The Bcbby Felts hit off tackle for 13
the best Florida A&M Rattlers Hurricanes will be up against a yards and the TD A pass from
against an opponent yet to be selected team which likes to ram the football Quarterback McArthur Pratt to
The university athletic association down your throat. The Marion Patterson was good for
headed by famed the PAT.

Rattler Coach A. S. Gaither, annually -
seeks to select as an opponent -
the strongest possible fee,
and for the past several years,
the victor has emerged as the TELEVISIONSNO 7 : '-
national Negro Utlist. : ;. AWtIS4' t M

In addition to the honors previously ia
mentioned, Campanella It
slated for honorary membershipin MONEY DOWNTV
the Varsity "P' Club that already -
includes such national i

sports personalities as light I II
heavyweight Champion Archie I
Moore, former world' women's I
singles tennis champion Althea AMERICAN PROMO '

Gibson, and professional football b TV.CORP e +4 .
stars Willie Gallmore and Willie t r

Lee cf the Chicago Bears, and )
Willie McClunz of the Cleveland user scy
Browns. r + + ' NOME x

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4 wal" ...... ..;SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14, 1959 .L ". .'. .. ,', Church. .WjnsConstituted a (Woman's cbay". .'.:+. '.

JUST BROWSIN' Status Speaker

', 1 ontintted from (page 1 Mrs. Susie C.; Holley. of First
; ;" delegatesto Baptist Church of Ft. Lauderdalewill
L official
coin Roa The
The steel mills got going again .
Woman's Day
Dr. and speak-
that the association are
this weekend reports are '
; Blossom er, Sunday morning, Nov. 15' at
Mrs. McDowell, Ira ,
they will socn be nearing capacity ,
,be Rabble Wright, Miss Ellen Tucker Macedonia First Baptist Church,
output. However that might
...: -- -. . --- "- ." -- only for the 80-day period that Nathan Ezell Mrs. Marie F. corner Charles, Ave.. and. Douglas
and Road, Coconut Grove;
Mrs. Ftancis Tucker
.... sent them back on the job. iJrcwn
j Mrs. Hazel E. Wright alternate.The Rev. J. A. Finlayson. is the pas
Office at 1112 N.W Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR, 3.2236 General Motors,the largest World automobile announced general public is invited to tor. The public Is invited.
Plant at 8740.N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 on Wednesday in that it the evening worship at 7 pJn. Mrs Lessie Love is chairman
Dr. McDowell will be the guest of en's'Day Committee.
SUBSCRIPTION, RATES: was out of steel and would close
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS .$2.76 THREE MONTHS $1.70H. dc/wn/ indefinitely. That means speaker.
that 220,000 employees will be. Souvenir will be
programs MAKE BIG MONEY!
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor idle. at
distributed at special program
t Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor.and Business Manager .
5 Sunday. WANTED
...-- .. November 11 was 4innistice p.m. .
Day, now called Veterans' D Entered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the-Post Office: Time when this day was really -
OTorMa, under the act of March 8, 1870' JAMAICA SAM'SLUCKY
at Miami, honored, it is honored now, by TIGER ISCOMING
','" ILLIS some people, but not as much as PRODUCTS
it used to be. Call OX 1-1541
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them"YE "The times are changed and
we are changed with them."

Don't"Miss ..
EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Here is something interesting.
George Knude, Metro's traffic BETHUNE'SAnnual
RE-ELECT MAYOR HIGH engineer said on Wednesday that
he plans to remove all parkingon Fashion Escapade
Next Tuesday, November 17 is Once a 7-mile length of NW 27th
more we are called upon to exercise our right of franchise.It ave. before the start of the. win- Featuring Outstanding Models
is citizens to take advantage of the privi- ter season. That would be from
our duty as
Flagler north to 103rd st. The27th SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1959
lege of voting.In ave. businessmen's associa-
this election we are called upon to elect a mayor tion will fight against this change. ,BETHUNE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM VI p.m.

' and three city commissioners.In It could that the majorityof 2900 'N.W. 43rd Terrace <:
the mayor's race here are four candidates.
Amreicans be
John N. Gibson, industrial research consultant. Thanksgiving turkey minus eating the Donation: Adults $1.00 Children 50 Cents

Roland Horowitz, insurance collector. much desired cranberry. The
George Kalil, realtor. government's announcement that
cranberry from certain states .
William; Wolfarth, former mayor. might be poison has caused A&P -
Robert King Hig '"Miani1's present mayor seeking re- and some other dealers to stop
election. .'. selling them. LERNER'S MKT.

Mr*JHgh has served as mayor of Miami for the past Bean
two years. We believe he has served the city well and Family SupperThe

that he Bhould be re-elected. Family Bean Supper, a
Running for the city commission: In group 2 Com- project designed to bring all 2090 N.W. 75th St. PL 4-5179
missiojier Fred Davant is opposed by Atty. Henry L. Bala- campers, (parents and friends of
the branch, 'will be held in the
ban. FRI. SAT. MON. NOV. 13 14 16
beautiful Breezeway cf the G. W.
In group 3, Commissioner Otis Shiver opposed by Carver YMCA on Monday, Nov.
Atty. Joe Du Mond 16 at 8 p.m. CENTER CUT 2 Iba. BABY LB.

Atty. Murray Klein and Atty. Alfred Lange are also A program depicting a part of Spare Ribs 39c
in the race for the commission. camp life at Camp has been out- Pork Chops 1.00
Select, your men and vote for them. We will go along lined along with some of Miami's ,
with Atty. Henry L. Balaban and Atty. Joe DuMond. outstanding talent. Persons interested DIRR'S PKG.
in attending may call or
BRISKET 3 LBS. Wieners 35c


Ninety-six years ago, November 19, 1863 President 4 LBS.
Completely furnished
Abraham' Lincoln delivered his famous Gettsburg Ad mortgage payment, large ,master one Neck Bones 50c

dress. In his first message to the Congress he expressedthe bedroom: iplus Florida room. Deep I 33 BLEACH
hope and concern that all citizens be afforded "an un- Ipt.l Ideal for small family. Easy

fetted start and fair chance in the race of life." monthly condition. payment.Move In In today.excellent No I Qt Bottle ISc TALL 6 cans for

Up to this day millions of citizens are still fightingfor qualifying. Ask for Mr. Richard. Milk 89c
that "fair chance in the race of life." That is the rea- GOLD COAST REALTY
son for having an annual Equal Opportunity Day. AUNT JEl\flMA
The National Urban League inaugurated this day in REALTORS 5 Ib bag 3 LB. CELLO BAG

1956 because its leaders believe that it would be fittingto 4301 N.W. 2nd AvenuePL Grits lor Meal 29c Apples 29c

ask Americans from all walks of life to rededicate 1-2426

themselves one day in each year, to-the 'affirmation of -
their belief that "all men are created equal," and to MEMBER ASSOCIATED GROCERS ,OF FLA., INC.
pledge their allegiance to the American way of life. -- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED,

The Urban League, founded in 1910, believes that FOR RENTFOR -
racial discrimination and segregation against any man
violate the basic aims of a democratic society. ADULTS

The League believes that our nation, under God, can 2-bcdroom apt. $7.00 per OR THE NATIONAL NEGRO COLLEGIATE OMAIf/ONSMfFW/ '"

assume a role of leadership in the world only when it ac- week. Biscayne Park, NE 2 GREAT TEAMS IN THRILL PACKED ACTION FROM
cepts that true democracy must not be comprised of
prejudice, malice or fear. 121st St. on' /West side of : WHISTLE TO WHISTLE,

The League believes that our nation cannot afford to East Coast Railroad

condone any practice which threatens the dignity or security Se Rufus WashingtonApt.
of rights of any of its citizens or fails to extend .
the enjoyment of full citizen and human rights to every 16 bP 27TH ANNUAL

man regardless of his race his color or his religion. '- .- ,

The League seeks to use its resources to promote --- ... .....J. ........, ORANGEBLOSSOM
equal opportunity through the elimination of racial discrimination -

in employment, housing, education, health Property OwnersWould
and welfare services and through lendfng its support. M

agencies- and institutions with purposes toward those aims. you like to have all nun

The League works to create through interracial team your bills combined into one .
work and cooperation and through effective organizationof small payment, and still

community resources an American society free from $1,500 or $3,000 will help IS.
racial bigotry and misunderstanding... have -0"" .
some money left? If .. University TIP
Equal Opportunity Day is therefore. consonant with you at a time like this, let I1_ I
Urban League beliefs e w w NN.Ww,
serve I\.nl.the Lgagu a matlCft t- that has AnieHctfiincidemocracy; tfrfcear- *
Today not SI w
is a day too soon 1M hM-Nws
ly 50 years, is proud to take national leadership on one to phone if you want to ap- ..alnun--toMfCMNMOUThe
day each year in rallying citizens everywhere to make ply for ta. loan. 11lIIMIAIMeNU fl'
equal opportunity a living fact and to strengthen America -
against our enemies in he cause of freedom. FIRST AND SECOND CHOICE SCATS" I NOW I* ,

On November 19 the Greater Miami Urban League, MORTGAGES'AVAILABLE Reserve Seat $2.00 and 3.00
affiliate of the National recognizes this with Tax Included
an day a North Famous 132.plece. Florida
dinner meeting at the Everglades Hotel at 6:45 p.m. The 1104 Travel N.W. 3rd Bureau Ave. AdM Marching Band In. two
guest speaker will be James E. Evans assistant to the H. DAVIS Community Drug Store spectacular chows -- pre-
Secretary of Defense and a former :Miamian. 6750 N.W. 15th Ave. game and half.tlme.
President Eisenhower, Governor LeRoy Collins and MORTGAGE BROKER '* Mary Elizabeth Hotel.
:Mayor Robert High have issued proclamations recognizing -: Grand 642 N.W. 2nd Ave. Highlight of The 6easonll
Phone FR 9-8531 Drugs Many Outstanding CventsllPAGE
Equal Opportunity Day. 3640 Grand Ave. r '
Further information can be had at the League's ; Eve*. NE 3.6754tl I

.,headquarters,. Community Building, 395 .N.W Firdt:: I . ) .,... ; : .



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Mary' L. .Doter,. Gwendolyn .,\ ',
;I Carey; 16, Annie M. Grant, Arthur SATURDAY, (NOVEMBER 14, 1959 PAGE 5 : "

N Coverson-17; Bob Adside, Delo- .. . '. '
res HartU8; ,. Lottie Shepp, Verne "- '. !
Tinker, Lee R. Perry, Minnie .I'
Greer, : Dr Nathaniel Colston,
Gertrude. Johnson, Fleetly M.
George,' 19, Dorothy Bowman; 20 : '
AaaNNOfQ I.: 'G.: Pratt, Vernay Pratt Jones, American Homes
Evelyn Raye Best, Harold Saw, ..
yer, Michael Abrams. ,',
....WHEN THE selection is made THE EVEREADY Social Club l II FURNISHED ROOM for single tROO,9 : .
for Citizen of the Year we expect having tea along with its fashion '
person. $12.50 per week. 1454 NW ADDITIONSADDAROOMS
to see Theodore Gibson, vic- show this Sunday at Liberty : -- )
71st .
street, phone OX 12133.
ar of Christ Episcopal Church Square Center at 4. W uldn't you I .
topping the list. Father Gilbson like to Join them ? ? ? At Phyllis "
has been a relentless fighter for School .
Wheatley Elementary onTuesday .
human rights,, 'race betterment, Nov. 17 the Clyde Turner WATCH FOR t.\\A I
an outstanding community, re- Sextette, an all-star cast Replace Oid'Window8 'Barbecue PitsPatio5
ligious 'and xivic fitgure. We could from leading Broadway produc- STYLE 0 RAMA .
use this space allotted us and stillit tions is yours in concert at eight I
won't' be,enough to extol the nite time, . Up West Palm Holmes ; \.
achievements this fighting man Beach way King Cole Barber Elementary ,PTA v.
of the cloth., Supply and Dave Burns' 4th an : '' kIi
nual clinic igets: underway: Nov.
THE GROUP that met ,with 16 A fabulous fashion show and
O. W. "Mr. Metro" Campbell this hair styling will highlight the af- ELECT Also>Build a Huose on Your Lot
wed: seeking rights to all tax- fair. I
paid public (facilities, recall to -Y ALSO BUILD A HOUSE ON YOUR LOT !
mind the old "Boston Tea Party," BR. along with the
taxation without representation. Young Women Social Civic Club AL LANGE
This group has a lot on the .ball. gave a surprise ,pre-birthday I
All they want is what they pay party honoring Mrs. Merdie Mur- Call OXford 6-0917 II
for, and, Brother, taxes in Dade
ry, president, at the Club Royale. City CommissionerGROUP
are paying for //plenty. Present were Mrs. Inez Ferguson, I
Miss Mary Rucker, Mrs. Phyllis 3 I I
RUTH CELESTE Band Gilbert Mrs. Mary Stanley, Mrs.
Bennie Montgomery are mailing Bernice' Mrs. OIlie Howard and (Paid Pol. Adv.) Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
invites to their Nov. 29 altar date Mrs. Harris ? Richmond Heights i'
and reception . That Fall Coif- welromed the Spanish classes .
feur Revue is another of Miami Tuesday and Thursday at Frank ----
Beauticians' Unit No. 7 affairs, C. Martin school. The time is 7 ,
It's staged lor DUxie Park Recre-$ to 9, "cc. omega . Even folks In \
anon Center on 13th st., Nov..-29 Saigon is anxious to read The StMnl.yOlit.llwi. Co.,H.Y.C. BLENDED WHISKY OF ELEGANCE 88 Proof 85* Cnla Nwtnl Spirits ;
at 5 pan. . Gamma Delta Sigma Press pox; From,Viet-Nam, Sai-
of Sigma Gamma Rho Sofror gon my old buddy Sgt. S. H. I
ity's Rhomania in a Tom Thumb "Second Ave. .Red" Holmes drop- :: { I
Wedding is next Friday, Nova 20 pfd us a ,line.saving hello to the : u} !
at St. Agnes Parish Audit .\\ gang,and to' be.iure get his- ', address I II
That birthday party last Saturday right for his Times sub-
nite time thrown by Clarence scription. Ii
: (Cold Cut, Karvey, Black, H i
etc., etc.) in his 72nd St. abode BIRTHDAYS I
was a diller. Nobody went away From Antoni' d'Val Peterson, a f I
mad I I The Five Blind Boys'' of very !9; cial birthday greeting to fi
Alabama wdll battle with the Five her grandmother, Estella Peterson '.4' (1 It II i
Blind Boys !from Mississippi at Nov 12 . Nov. 14, Joseph I
Nortihrwestern's audit Nov. 22 at Murphy Inez Davis, Mazie Lee
2:30.: Of course you know its gospel Davis; 11, Kathleen Community 4
singing all the way. Drug) Cooper; 15 Agnes H. ,



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Fresh Meat-Low Prices 1pI

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Delicious /CHARCOAL prepared food served in a "

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'Backflfbu'nd jncfuoea T2 yttnpnw the Famous Hlland 6.2175 Office Hourti a.m. to 8 p.m. '
Howard Johnson \iFood Chain x

'' ..=,:: r OPENING BREAKFAST. .MENU. .. WHY NOT BE HAPPY see BISHOP/ W. ,J. Davis .. I

Teacher of Metaphysics and Spiritual .Advisor i'

EGG (any style) D Will help solve your problem, will tell you how to be cured of things i

you were not,born with, you can be Vnade happy, successful and get but
STRIP 'OR CRISP BACON of trouble. If you have love problems, marriage problems, money problems '

HOME .FRIED POTATOES why not consult Bishop Davis today. \ ,
Information Given Strictly ConfidentialYou
BUTTER, TOAST, JELLY will be surpirsed at the results you Iran see in 7 hours after the "
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: MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspapers'* DR. MORDECAI JOHNSON . .1.1I I II HI i 1INE



25 Per Cent of SouthNegroes LINES IN RACEDEALINGS with I

Registered R'CHMOND. Va. (ANP) -
Dr. Mcrdecai Johnson of Howard
university put it straight on the
ST. PAUL "Nervo; voters are line when he declared in a speech
restless," said NAACP executive I DRUNK DRIVER before the 7J:1.d'annual: session
secretary Roy Wilkins here this I for the Virginia Teachers associa- CITY COMMISSIONER
week. I CHARGED IN tion at Virginia Unlcn Univer- MIAMI
''They are angry" he continued I sity that "Russia ignores color GROUP 3 ';BIliffrwIuloj
"ever the Souith's: defiance ot I KILLING OF 2 lines while the Western nations

constitutional authority and over: A Key Largo driver was. charged da>a't in their dealings with African i
its child-like insistence that the with manslaughter' and drunken and Asian countries."

fwg-lost: master-servant days" driving on Monday after a Scoring the tendency of Ameri- I
be extended into infinity. head...n collision in the Key that c.Lns te underestimate the RusMS -
Mr. Wilkins reported that in killed: a white: Nacvy: man :and hi, their plan fcr world conquesL -
Southern states, where most Ne-
sea and injured the matter:!: xad educator
the Ssspectacled
groes still live "the Southwide: all the People of Miami
citizens three other children.: : !1tot'd' tat tiw Reds always flay Who represents
average registration of Negro Lt. John GEbscn Parker. M.: c*
u Qtj tar chime that they want
cif those to vote eligible is about to register.25 percent" Key West arid: his !srjrc-yvitr-CJtfci. to !Llip '"rite! 'INot".king man." Not just one group or antherPaid
sun, Thomas, deed: ecsttratSy Listikodajr ,
He compared this with "1heSouthwide : tn t"e r od-cc crash <** ta watrijs:: tea the Russian ap- ( Pol. Adv.)
average for white citizens the Orerseoi* Ki fcwrsvr turns t i pr:d Dr Johnson said, the
which is about 60 per cent north of Isl&naorada.Trooper W fC' ner$ have always been
of those eligible." I : James! K. Juh s. oFTicrida tae eu .za t cU, the color line.

Mr. Wilkins: delivered the keynote Hay Patrol: sair Be aka warned that Russia's
address at the second annual I Parker car was rscanaedl bead- Ieo.. penetration of other
Freedom Fund banquet ol the I| en by one drives by 3'zxacay Lee lLis may san lead to Commun-
local NAACP branch here on' Smith. Key Largo Neg QL ills: d Oct. 31."Out I Johns saM: Smith" cur was! l &1.Q:3.: hare abandoned any
of 5,000,000 Southern Negroes northbound: at a high rate of peas: to dominate: the world o)'
of voting age," Mr. Wilkins speed when ft crossed the center I =.Jtta.ry:: fence and are attempting
continued, "some 1,200,000 line and smashed into Pirker.: I -> reach their world goal through
I The Parkers were reported homeward P
were 'registered to vote in ec-nonauc penetration.
"This figure represents a' bound after visiting: in Hollywood. -

doubling cf the 1947 total of .
600,000. However, the figure for The accident occurred as highway -
the region does not tell the full'' ,patrolmen looked for Smith MAU MAU STILL .
story, for wide variations are to after several motorists reportedthat >;AS"s Gli''fg;
be found frcm: state to state and his car was.,speeding and HAUNTS KENYA
from county to county within weaving iron side to side.
Smith received multiple chest, NAIROBI tt/
ANP Although ,
states. ( ) SUf3 .J
injuries in the crash and 'was,, .n
.The bold fact, of which Ameri- taken to Dade County Hospital there hasn't been a Mau dux' FREE DELIVERY ( jt' DRUG
cans in other sections of the Kendall. I Mau murder in two years, and

country are vaguely aware," Mr. Parker's wife Anne, 33, and! fewer than 10 Mau Mau followers -
LC NEB i.WyI AVR. &?Batb; 1' li ,pX 7813 NI'1y"it
Wilkins charged, "is that Negroesare the couple's three other remain hiding in the woods, t
denied the rfcht to registerand John Jr., 6, Henry 4, chfDdren.1, the ghose of Mau Mau continuesto C.M.Jolliv ttt.Sr. Prop.
vote in many sections Of the 8 months were taken to Homestead haunt Kenya. Because of the
South." : AFB hospital where their specter,' and the recent formingof
condition was listed as good. two secret societies by former
FREED CONVICT Mau Mau leaders the British col-

.ny ts still under emergency rule, TV SALE
RAPIST GETS 20 RUPTUREEASERHARLEM with the baiic freedoms of speech,
TEL....4.L PM. L IA .- tin..Tv.r.scM p movement, and organization ONLY $1.00 DOWN
: seriously curtailed.
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\ 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522
Robert Kempwas ;
years Y' Men' Club
cnvicted'of raping a white .' Opposite Bonded Collection Agency t
woman and sent to Raiford prison I CHRISTMAS TREE SALES
S4954A Weekly Hours:
for life. : Helps YOUth
stood In ... 8:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m.-3 to 7 1
This week. Kemp 33, I .. f.rf frttht Yaaha.bM rap I MAKE DEPOSIT TODAY p.m. r r
Criminal: Court and heard Judge ,..n...Ire r.d..ol. :atn1aA& beraJa. 11..t I
I Mesabi. 8Da q to tr.elrl.
Call OX
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Ben Willard sentence him to an ..:t =-p : I I _
additknal 20 years in prison on, ;;:;:. .;.:... sl 4r .&bft can wed.eri.... pnHawn -
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old charges. pit abd.-
robbery ..r.....rIIJL" I.rt..ww; dww
The trial came about becausethe DRUG CO.
Florida Parole Commission,

over decided the to pretest give of Kemp Dade a officials.parole I 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave.. Miami Fla. YOUR: CREDIT IS O.K. ATBAKER'SSJ

Kemp and a companion robbed
two white couples at gunpoint, I
then Kemp raped one of the girls. : HARLEM SQUARE
This week both of the girls appeared -
in court to testify once SWEET SHOP ii!
Kemp, this time
more against on FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
robbery charges.Advertise .

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I It Pays! I J: .V M/OIS MY. 137 North Mianir Avenue

Back To School NO MONEY DOWN

Teachers Special for

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Teen's Conference I WITH DELORES CALVIN I SATURDAY, .NOVEMBER 14, 1959 PAGE 7 ''::,.y ,

Harry Belafonte A Leading ; Z.
With HAROLD ANTHONY Man?? All was going well-Harry ,
- - - - - Belafonte the
was fooling panelon
"What's My Line?" TV show UhIk &itU 'I'I
Well teen-timers, the conver- clean, decent fun. A milkshake or and the audience was getting a .
sation this week will bore t h e soda is certainlY nice to sip after kick out of his creole French and
young ladies to death! It's on a movie or even when you are ond other dialects mixed In as he endeavored ,
men! Let's talk about your kindof wauic. it is better than the to throjv the panel off You
man, ladies. Let's say you strong stuff that some of my teen the scent of his real identity. They I GllOX
would like to have.him tall, darK timers are indulging in. Medicalmen had established the fact that the t ? ra,
and handsome. Well, stop and say we are endangering our guest was a singer, a recording
look at him for a while a good health by doing,so. Yes, they say artist and a night club entertainer. -
long while. I bet there's some- it makes you feel "seo good";; but Then Arlene Francis asked
tninu about him that makes him the question which blew the lid
would trade a few "goodfee'ling" I
look like a leader.' Wculd it be you off . "Are you a handsome
moments In
thiat-lie is a good football player, your younij leading man?" . Tfc:)' this, liar : r- i
days for sickly, wcrn out bodyin
basketball; playertrackman, or ry blushed. What could he say? :
Just a playboy around town?" our adult ears? Fact is, he is .*. but what parts 1.6861

Fellows? stick to that "All- have allowed him to be this symbol -
Some of will
our teen-timers
in movies
? what
Arr.' r1can Gal" who loves bright
b_> shopping around for hus-
a dared
to cast him
as they
lights, good music, decent dancing ,
band in the next five to ten yearsI would Rock Hiudson, Gregcry ,
( h;'pe). Remember only a few clean conversation, perfect Peck and the others without en '
men change from their confirmed manners! and ginger ale straightand all-Negro cast or a problem

ways of teen agers. So let's be you will have it made. Girls, where he becomes a villian be-I Hair Weev Technician Mrs.
what kind would! like to slick ,
careful when we shop lor a boy you cause of his race. To answer the '
friend. Would you want a Confirmed to and have the privilege of wearIng question, Harry had to say a sad Sallie Collins of the Modernistic .
drinker, playboy, or a his name, you know the Mrs? "no" but it was recorded that he Beauty Salon i i. a
fellow who does not believe In Whv n't: write and let me know. is a "leading man." By then the licensed hair wsev technician.

working, even tor A boyfriends? This week's conference was ,panel knew who he wag She hair t
I Well, if he possesses any of the strictly from the men's point of can weave on ;
above charges, don for one time view. Aren't there any female NAT KING COLE has already your head to add length,
think when he says, "I do" will teentimers out there who would begun boosting the Christmas season fullness and cover bald

change him entirely. It's f o o d like to have their views expressed with a new single release; spots. Her work is' guaranteed I';;:. ..
for thought.: You should get your or discussed: in cur conference "The Happiest Christmas Tree," and .
reasonably priced. .
teeth into it. After all, a life time column! ? Remember this ,column a cute number for Christmas- 1:'S.-. :
is a very, very long time. is strictly written for you, teen believers let all ages. Nat has al- For f rtFer
agent It's about time that we /ways topped the season since his information call FR 4-BU44 <
Now the stronger sex I NOW speak up for decency among our- "Christmas Song" some 13 years MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SALON
boys it's your turn By this time ago.
most of you have, no doubt, selves. 826 N.W. 3rd AvenueOPPORTUNITY
"played the field" (and I don't Now the Eskimos up in t the cold
mean baseball field either), so be country claim their favorite: I r
honest what kind of girl do you COURT REJECTS Harry BelaJcnte . Duke Ellington ." 'WJ
like to take, out, or go steady is back in USA after his Eu- I/f..p"lit !'. JIA.
with? I believe most cf my com- ropean tour and his first dateis
rades like a good conversation- the Red Hill Inn in Philadel- AWAITS YOU '

ist, a person who has an intelligent pha . Earl Bostic also playing -
sense of humor a 'igirl ,whodoesn't I WASHINGTON The Su- PhiUy and Johnny Mathis SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
i reme Court refused Monlay to
does Eve date
get silly or maybe moody,I examine the claim of 47 a Thanksgiving
who there at the Academy of Music. PSYCHIC READER ..,
doesn't remain silent all ,railroad workers that the federal ,y
o evening and by no means rattle
government deprived them oif
'' Nina Simone was just waitingfor
off at the mouth all evening long' 0
their Just because of their
II the chance to play a spot like
I the Interlude in Hollywood Y V ,
Now for both
young ladies and race.The
where Earl Grant won fame-
; let's court acted in a brief order a
men, look for decent and
respectable -
without written and she gets it for the last two
a opinion
qualities in our associates weeks of November. Here she'llbe
Its rejection of the Negroes' 1
} Neither cf us want a part- + '
seen and heard by all the
ner who is disreR(;ectable. So let's left standing a decision by 11 W 4
talent of TV movies
the Court of Claims holding that great r1t 1 I Ier
mind our manners. When we are they" could not ,collect their and clubs . and If she's due fora
engaged In conversation do on ,
, we
suit against the government. big career after her smash recording -
have to disrespect the other by of "Portly" then She'llsurely
cursing and syearing? That is onlya get it.
sign cf a very limited vooabu-
larlty. You think It makes you For The Highest in The Platters now doing two

look big or maybe a big wheel! COSMETICSCall weeks In Mexico go Believe me, it doesn't. It sounds Dutch Guiana and Germany and
., terrible. YUkon 3.5681 they'll spend Christmas in Bel
gium. They're taking 15 days off
: Now, when we do go out with "SANDS"Also from New Year's Day and will
' our dates, let's face up to a sure aen in England, then do a four- Let my year of Experience guide and protect >ou iliioiiuh
t' fact teentimers. We can have Miami Times NewspaperFOR week tour cxf France and North Life AM a Llghthoiifle guide tin ship In s ntoriHWIIBN

Africa. The finale acmes Feb 23
when they open for four weeksat OTHKIIS FAIL YOU HICK MKFor .; '

-= C'C' c the famous Olympia Theatrein Success in Business And Love
;: Paris.
Nat Cole's so pleased over the, You can now have your home made happy t

success of that cute ditty "Mr." Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
Cole Won't neck and Roll,
MIAMI which he introduced at the Copa- Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
JOHNSON OF cabana he's alter writers Joe and By the help of 'Qod she can help you

Noel Sherman to do it aifain. '
The Deep River Boys, who havea Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

hit record, "I Don't Know trouble l.It

Dinners Parties Weddings Passport Why," currently singing at Salon will pay jon to call/and ;see thin lifted Medium First''
de Bolero in Barcelona, Spain.
Where thousands come yearly for help" and lUlvlcf.' you tar INM

Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty be touched by this trance itiy.tcHnu' fxmir ,'

17th Street FR 7.2294
409 N.W. The tame God who delivered Moses and the children" fir l Israel l

PAYMENTSAre of old I 10 still alive today and will open( a way for yon throughthe .
--- troubled SAM of life. Let not him that I Is blind lead you or

Too High! you tumble with him. "

RADIO DISPATCHED Do ;'nu doubt the exInUnce of things because jon winnot see ;

You are getting behind, you them?
WhAt do yon think of the Invisible wave and arnmds that
Magic City ''Cabs'24HOUR need some extra cash now! make Wireless. Telephone Radio and Television poMlbleTA

TAYLOR can get you lower A efore It uprmita, lien concealed, secret, silent in the

SERVICE and dark erth or womh of Nature TIIKTUC IS AW "UN8KEN
payments, now,
help make your paymentsfor
COCONUT GROVE AREAS Therefore, acquaint yourself .
you. with the one who .Is'an' 'Tauthority.

Phones: 'FR 3-0539 and FR 3-7004 Whose private ; .'

Phone FR 9.1703 consultation' will evolve you '
314 N.W. 16th Terrace Miami, fla.: mind.
to a higher state 'of '
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_. .. - -....,...,..., A Baxton, 17-year-old
-- - -- - - -- - - - -- -- -- -- --- --- - GROUNDBREAKING
leader of what police call the
. THE MIAMI TIMES-"The peoples' Newspaper"PAGE NHS Band Plays in SUN. most brash of several Negro rob-

,10 SATURDAY, ,NOVEMBER 14, 1959 Beach ''Parade ber gangs was sentenced to 20
Greater Opa Locka's dream c.f years in Florida State' Prison last
Center is soon to Criminal Court JudgeGene
Members of the Northwestern a Community Friday by
MIAMI COEDHONORED Sunlight ChitChatJ. Senior High Band, under the direction become a reality. This community the Williams
sponsored by
I project is being
Priimois, reporter of David Paschal), parti- Opa Locka Negro Youth Foundation He and an unidentified: com-
AT Dear Friends 1 cipated in the beautiful Veteran'sDay which was chartered in panion robbed Goody's Shoe
We thank with parade on Miami Beach. This 8215 NW 7th of $350
wish to you 1954 for the purpose of combat- Store, ave.
BETHUNEKappa gratitude far the cooperationshown band was the only Negro unit in ting juvenile delinquency and cre- last Au'j. 15. Braxton still ,faces
during our 'gala week ofcelebrating the parade. ating a better community. Criminal Court trial Monday on
the 23rd anniversaryof a charge of robbing customers in
Omega Chapter of Alpha cited the school on Friday evening. Membership Tea Ground breaking activities will the Cricket Gate Bar, 1932 NW
Kappa Mu Honor Society What a night of excitement! be held Sunday Nov. 15 at 3:30: 54th St.
six persons as scholarchs: in the Autumn will be the,
scenery on 151st street and 24th ave.
Our annual prom was held in p.m.
Oct. 29. The sixstudents
mid-day chapel setting for the annual Teen-age
the beautiful) Harlem
honored were: Miss Membership Tea sponsored by The 'building will consist of
Our theme in
Shirley Payne (Miami) Elemen- \he Sub-Debs and Royal Knights four large meeting rooms, an ,
Paris. A large carousel ci blue CORE Needs You
tary Education, 3.80; 'Miss Mil- of the James E .Scott Community auditorium with seating capacityof
and white with white
dred Jackson (Winter Haven) topped Association. 1,000 a kitchen and box office.
music, 3.48; Astrid Mack (Day- - with Paris a display of and all All teenagers are invited to attend Funds and contributions will be Join today and be
tona Beach) science, 3.44Miss; : evening in perfumes this affair Sunday Nov. 15, 'the means of erecting this urgent
Alyce Sipp (Jacksonville) music, gifts highlighted the affair. It 4 to 6 p.m. at the JESCA audI- project. Free Tomorrow
3.34; Miss Octavia Guinyard (Orlando was the most magnificent pack- torium, 7200 NW 22nd are. David Pemberton is president.
the behold.
for to
< ) Elementary Education, age eyes

3.30; Samuel Sharper (Daytona The events of the evening Included -
Beach) mathematics, 3.30. hair styles and fashions.
The Scholarchs are students Mcdels were Mesdames La Rosa Mail In Your Classified Ad
Johnson, Mary Reaves, Ilonka
eligible for membership in the '
honor society. In. order to be a Sargent, Helen Taylor, Pauline 35c Per Insertion Per Line Figure 5 Average Words to The Line
Mu, a Allen, Jessie Porter, Betty An- Times
members of Alpha Kappa No. of Lines 1 Time 2.
Freddie M. Rebecca
crum, Craig,
student must have at least a 3.30 Hicks, Bessie Cato. 3 ................ .................. $1.00... .................................. $2.00
to an
is equivalent
"A"average average(4.00,) and must be at The crowning of Miss Sunlight 4 ............ . .......................... $1.40 ................ ..................... $2.80

least a junior.DOUGLAS climaxed the event. The queen, 5 i.......................................... $1.75 ................ ...................... $3.50
who will held the title for one

ELEMENTARYIn year, is Miss Johnnie Miss Mae Dials. CLASSIFICATION ................ .. ................ (THREE LINE MINIMUM)
Congratulations, Sunlight,
observance of American Education may you reign happily. (For Rent, For Sale, Wanted, Etc.)

Week the Douglas family: On Sunday evening, the final
presented for. the second year its day, arrived. Our graduation
"Live Classroom," composed of which was largely attended and
enjoyed at Mt. Zion Baptist(
4th grade pupdls, in the windowof
Church. May we thank Dr. Haw-
the Atlantic Furniture Co. kins again for emceeing the pro-
Instructed by Mesdames'Alyce gram so beautifully. .
Clapp Zeola Jones and Doreatha
Davidson, these classes were Those graduates receiving hon-

viewed by hundreds of spectatorswho ors were: . .

enjoyed and received bet-a Josephine Mildred Primus Monroe Evelyn Gordon Que, Name :......,',..., ,.............."........................................ Phone .... ,..................
wealth of Information and a Mary .
ter understanding of how our Geraldine Everett, Lillie B. Sims,

children learn, and of the vari- Geneva Bannister, Pauline Allen Address ............................... ............................ .. ........ City............... '....
ous activities that they engage in Essie M. Swindell, La Rosa :
during a school day. Johnson, Ilonka Sargent, Pearlie Please Send Check or
Charlotte Clark, principal M. Jones Money Order to . THE MIA' M''TIMES
Arleen Williams, reporter Bessie Cato, reporter

6740 N.W. 15th Ave. Miami 47, Florida
Phyllis WheatleyClub Rhomania in a Tom

Plans TeaOn Thumb ;(WeddingGamma ..r = .. I

Monday night, Nov. 9, the Delta Sigma Chapterof
Phyllis Wheatley Art and Social Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call l

Club met at the home of Mrs. M. presents Rhomania in a program
E. Simms, 1540 NW 65th st. The and Tom Thumb Wedding Friday !
president, Mrs. Marie Price, presided Nov. 20, 8 pjm. at St. Agnes Par-
Alter devotions led by ish auditorium. B ONDED COLLECTIONAGENCY
Mrs. H. Harvin, the business of Donation 23 cents.COMMUNITY.
the Preparation, for the Annual
ea was held '

The club extends a cordial Invitation .1 ;
to all friends and members ; Inc. ;
to attend the tea, Sunday, -
Nov. 22 on the Range Lawn' 5727 ,
NW 17th ave. from 4 to 6 pAn t

An Interesting program Is being
prepared by the chairman, Mrs. ( II
M. L. Nixon. She is bringing very ''I
talented numbers for enjoymentof tJt1 f ,
all. "Working here at the : _J" !

At the close of( the meeting I BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY ."f. I: > .
'. .
three .. ,. \
candidates .
in the coming I "
: .: : > \, f.1; I
election spoke to the members of WIfN has been a great experience for me. .' : 't; '":
.\ "
I '
the clUb, urging them to vote : ,.* \ )
and get their friends to vote. They Kan.1Cil( -Mrs. Williams ,I' .. ,
were Judge Henry L. Balalban ;;' .

and Joe X. Dumond, who ,i......'." _" '....-.1
brought greetings from the mayor -
Robert High Their talks were MRS. HELEN WILLIAMS
enlightening' and Informative. N1 Clerk & Switchboard Operator

by the hostess and
after a chit-
chat, the members left to meet on 6750 N.W. 15th Ave. 10000; HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
the fourth Monday night in this BROWARD
month with Mrs. Willie Spark- COUNTIES
man at '1341 NW 59th St.
M. I. Daniels is reporter M 0


There's an 'element of excite- t.
ment at LJllie C. Evans. The AGi: CY, INC;
teachers and student body
are getting y
ready for the crowning of .
their first (prince and princess..
The contest closes Wednesday %
Hit Special I
The prince and princess will be 1880 N.W. 73rd 8T. ................ PL 89827 .
the boy and girl contributing the Of The Week"Always" 1019 N.W. 8th 8T.
highest amount toward the pro- 3481 GRAND AVE. ...-........... HI 42447 .
Ft. ,
Laud.rdall ...-?-?-_ 43357
ject.The 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. ...-.. NE 63466
crowning takes place Mcatc HAMMONDVILLE RD.
day,. Nov. 16, which is Lillie C. SAMMY TURNER 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1.4423 Pompano __....___ WE 33235HAPPENINGS
Evans Day. The theme for the
'' Only 79c X 144M N.W. 22nd AVE. .
occasion >s. "Harvest Time atLillle 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. ,
C. Evans." Opa Lka MU .otif
I IDon't THIS WEEK ONLY Pcrrlnt .._._... CE 53553

2100 N.W. 3rd CT.. .._.....__ JrR *. M1
Fret Fight! Variety Record Shop MAIN OFFICE

1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 38416JA

Join The NAACP 6400 N.W. 16th Avenue J .

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Prince H. Mobley, pastor Aaron D. Hall, pastor
f Si.!.. S. Daniels, reporter Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporter

School of Wisdom .............. 10:00 Sunday School........?............. 9:30
Evening service ...................... &OI Morning service .................... 11:00
Y. P. .1!;. Band ,........................... .::3d Evening service .................. 7OC
Tuesday and Friday ........<. &00 This week members and
Our church is engaged in a friends of Ebenezer are busy wel-
to Clmrd great rally that is to end on the coming the return of our dear
17th or 18th of this month. All pastor, Rev. Hall, after attending
iJflC members are asked to do their' the 89th session of the FlorIda -
very !best: toward this rally. Conference which convened .
On each Saturday night there at Bethune-Cookman College.The .
are a igr' tip of singers at the next session will be held in
THE MIAMI -TIMES church to render songs and music Miami at Ebenzer.
-"The Peoples' Newspaper" MT. SINAI BAPTIST for your listening enjoyment.
On Sunday during the morning
I Please remember you are always
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959 PAGE 11 i>. B.. reporter welcome at the Triumph. worship there will be infant baptism -
Kev. b. A. lnom, padtorSunday : and reception of members to

School.....-............... 93.0 Zion Hope M. Baptist the full membreship of the
WOMAN'S DAY AT, ST. i Morning< worship .................... 11:00: church. On Sunday night Rev.Hall .
PAUL hvenlng! worship! .................... 7:30: 1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. and memfoels will worship at
I Sunday School 9:30 the New Hope Primitive Baptist
ST. JAMES AME WOMEN RAISE Our pastor, Rev. S. A. Thomas, Morning Service 11:00 Church, Rev H. C. Samuels is
is stii
on the sick list. We are .
pastor Choir No. 2 and usher
I grad to report that he is continuing BTU 8:00 board No. 1 will serve. .
$6,663.47The to improve, and we trust hi Evening Service 7:00:
Choir No. .1 will have charge of
wul soon be at his post of service (Tuesday night)
St. Paul AME Church on again. There are others on Prayer Meeting 8:00 class meeting in Tuesday night.
the corner of 19th st. and fourth tne convalescent list, Mrs. E. Our sick and shut-ins are: Sisters -
court held its15th annual Wo Smith, Mrs. Georgia Nix, M. METROPOLITAN AME Emma Neal, 1722 NW 63rd
4iA man's Day Day program last S\\.inton and others whose namesI St.; Serena Smith, 570 NW 18th
Sunday.The cannot call just now, but webray Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor ave.; Esther Norris, Helen C. .
V t for a speedy for Sunday School.............,......... 93:0: Branch, Lenora Y. Lewis, Jack
speakers for this recovery
occasion them. Morning worship .................... 11:00: son Memorial Hospital.FRIENDSHIP .
were Mrs. Aathalie and
Irene Range Evening worship ....%.........,N... 7:00:
G. Pratt.
The church work Is moving forward BAPTISTRev.
T Mrs. Range' topic for the in spite of the absence of MT. HERMON A. M. E.
morning was a "Woman Builder the pastor. The attendance of C. J. Burney, pastor
," which most Opa Locka Claudia Wilson
was inspirl11iMrs. the membership and the interest reporter
Pratt's subject was bespeak loyalty, and to Sunday School....................... 9:30 Sunday School....................... 9:30:
'Women, Thou Art Highly Fa- humble judgement I that my Is 'Evening worship .................... 7:00 Morning worship .................... 11:00:
vor." fine. Exhibiting a lovely say spirit of KHV. Samuel Oar, pastor Evening 'worship .................... 7:00:
. } The captains who raised the cooperation. Publicity Cowmittee Remember next Sunday, Nov.
diffnest amount were: Morning worship .................. 11:00 15 at 3 p.m. is the ordination ser
Mrs. B. Wooten ................ $725.0 Auxiliaries are working nicely Mt, Hermon women raised vice of Bro. Paul Freeman. Bro. ,,
Mr*. M. Dancy and choir No. 1 thus far in fostering cause of $781. The chair ladies, Mrs. Zes- Freeman was called to pastor the
600.51 Christ in the church. The Sunday sie Irving. and Mrs. Norma :Ball Zion Hope Baptist Church, 1710
Mrs. H. Ferguson ................ 311.00 School is fine and the DTU did not realize as much as they NW 69th si.

Mrs. L. Timmons ................ 310.50 us developing more interest In had hoped for on their day. buta The pastor is requesting the A

Mis. J. Smith ........................ 300.00 activity and attendanoe. wonderful time was had by choirs to sing combined, with the ft
Mrs. M. D. Braynon .......... 2.25.00Mrs. The worship service is great everyone /present. The morning i! No. 1 choir in charge. The ush-
speaker' was Mrs. Lona Simmons
MRS. MARIAN SHANNON M. Gay........................ 190.00 being conducted for the most who did an excellent job of giving ers are to be combined also. All

. Morning SpeakerMrs Mrs. E. Washington ............ 187.& part the by ministers the Rev. of R.the Thompsonand church, to her hearers "The ReceiptFor members are asked and to friends be present of the church 1''

Marian Shannon, an instructor Mrs. C. B. Hilton ................ 155.00 Rev. Williams and Rev. Polite. Christian Living." Let us continue in prayer for

of psychology and journalism Mrs. M. Day....................... 144.75 The musical program at 3 the sick.
at Booker T. WashingtonHigh The Woman's Missionary Society
Mrs. L. Baker .................... 137.00 will on with the assistance of No. 1 and
School, is to be guest sponsor a program ST. LUKE BAPTIST
speaker for the 11th Woman's Mrs J. Fisher ...................... 108.00 the fifth Sunday night. Don't I 2 choirs of Mt. Zion AME )

Day observance of St. James.I Mrs. J. King ........................ 108.00 miss witnessing this affair. We and the No. 2 choir- of Greater Mrs Bunesba Green, reporter
AME Church, 1842 NW 65th St., Mrs. E. Roberson: ................ 100.00 are endeavoring to make it worth New Bethel Baptist' churches of Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
on Sunday, Nov. 15 at the 11 I while. Come one, come all, your Opa Locka was indeed a treat Sunday School ....................... 9:30:
o'clock worship.Mrs. I Mrs. J. Champion ...?....... 100.00 presence will be appreciated. Climaxing the day Mrs. Athalie Morning worship ......,......... 11:00:
The amount raised for this 15th Range at the evening service BYPU ........................................ 5:30:
Shannon has had wide Woman's Day program was ST. MARY'S W. M. really did herself credit with her Evening worship ..........-....... 7:00:
varied experience in the field. of I. $6,663.47. rendition of "Women's Responsibilities. !- The Women's Day Committee r
Methodism. She is an ardent Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor ." is continuing its drive through '..
worker with young people, having I On behalf of the women and Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Rev. Gay takes this opportunity the fourth Sunday in November'I
served for years as director captains, cf the St. Paul AME Sunday School................,,.... 9:30: of giving thanks to the chair to reach Its set goal We are asking I
of the South Florida Young Church. we wish to thank the coworkers Morning! worship ................ 11:00: ladies, to. all committees end vis- everyone's cooperation. (
People's division of the State and the many Christian Evening worship .................... 7:30: iting friends, and the lovely ladles There will be a weight partyat
friends for their wonderful service -
Tri-Meeting. who took in Women's the home of Mr. and
School a part our Mrs.
in which they helped us to Sunday was opened by
She works with various civic, make this the most wonderfulWoman's John Bullard by_ singing. Prayerby Day program, and special James Williams, 421 NW 22nd
religious and educational enterprises Day program ever. Bro Burns Classes took their thanks to Mrs. Simons and Mm. Terr., Saturday night, Nov. 14 at 1
; throughout the state. respective places with their Range. 8 o'clock. The public is invited.

She is an ardent worker at Matthew Temple AMEZ teachers at their posts. The lesson The junior ushers are sponsor
Bethel AME Church was reviewed by Rev. Burns. TRINITY WESLEYAN ing an .after service program
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Miss Carol Paul was acting super Rev George E. Johnson Sunday night, Nov. 15.
e Sunday School....................... 93:0: intendent. Mn. Phyllis Andrew., pastor" Pray for the sick: and shut-In.

Morning worship .................... 11:00 : School..... reporter
:Sunday ............ B
Evening worship .................... 7:00: the Services pastor in began 11 First a.m.lesson with Morning worship .................... 11:01 l.m: CORE Needs You

r led Rev. Burns Young People's Meeting 5 prr '
was by Scriptureby
Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal
the jastor. Rev. II. V. Steward Jpin today and be
( ) delivered the sermon from Jeremiah i
2571 N.W. 152nd "lerr.Ven. 9th chapter. Theme, "Fire Join The NAACP Free Tomorrow ,
L IM n John E. Culmer For God." Everyone was filled by .
priest in charge the Holy Spirit. One baby w a s
Stanley Sweeting, reporterS baptized No. 2 choir furnished
rVlce8 every Sunday music with Mrs. V. HIggs at the ENROLL NOW IN

horning worship .................... V:30junaay : organ. No. 1 ushers served.At .
School ...................... 10:30: SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
7 pan devotion was led by

GKACL PRESBYTERIAN: the pastor. He preached from a Life Long Profession
Joshua 1:9: "A Sincere Christian

14 th Ave. and 09th Street ,ife." Everyone was spiritually Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
Sunday School .......... 930: mm. blessed No. 1 choir furnished
n Morning' Service .......... 11:00: a.m music with their organist, Mrs. S. 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998 w
.I Westminster Fellowship 0:00: p.m McFord at the organ. No. 2 ushers -

1AHTIN MEMORIAL AME I The public is invited to helps iXs -;)0 c-
I celebrate cur 36th anniversary w
Richmond Heights on the llth There will be a
Rev Albert .lone castor the 12th. Preachingby .
program on
Brownsville Store
Milfna Harris, reporter Rev. Randolph Thompson. On Drug
REV. H. MeNEAL HARRIS Sunday School....................... 9:30: the' 13th the Junipr church will .
Morning worship .................... 11:00
be In after
Pastor charge.
ACE League .......*................... 4:30: the there will be a repast . Prescriptions 0 Drug Money Orders
You will be In for a treat when Evening worship .................... 7:00: program served See our Beautiful Xmas Gift Small Deposit

you hear this speaker in her Servces on Sunday will be the Will Holds
the theme for the day:
message on usual. BETHEL BAPTIST
same as
"Virtue Woman's
Dr..W. B. Coffey, presiding elder -
Today's World." will be with us at 3 p.m. Richmond Heights DOLLS

The of St. James will and Rev. Jcnes is asking that all Rev L. R.. Ross. Pastor W. W. WELTERS, Reg. Pharm., Prop. FREE DELIVERY
women Jean E. Scott, reportH'5unday
be looking forward to seeing all boards, auxiliaries and clubs be School: ........................ 930 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 4-7233
readiness with their
friends and well wishers ot the o I in reports up Morning service .................... 11:00: ,
church at our services throughout to date. TU ............................................ 830: wT e .: :-::: iJ : J
the day. Remember! You are. always On Sunday the ACE League Evening service ........................ .7M: s::
welcome at St. James. will end its Kin; and Queen November 15 at 3:30 the 1 1
: pjn.
contest, with the coronation and I pastor and members will render ieii4aii;; ; ;

CORINTH BAPTISTRev. and a program.enjoy this Won't treat you that the come youthof out service at Mt. Carmel Baptist Y s .
Church, NW 3rd ave. and 14tb
W T. Thomas pastor our church has in store 'for terrace, Rev. D. A. Bradley, pas- (Canada's Best Quality Trees)
Phone NE 5-1518 you.All tor. Visitors are welcome.
Sunday School ....__..__..-... 930: choir members are askedto Everyone buys Christmas Trees
Morning worship N_..._._... J 1:00Eve.ln. attend choir rehearsal. Choir MORNING STAR BAPTIST Buy from Y's Men Today tIt t
No. 1 Thursday 8 o'clock. Choir
Come and.: worship hear a _gospel N-preacherand 7:30 No. 2 Friday 8 o'clock. 514 NW 21rd Street helps thousands of kids to grow up healthy and

successful pastor The states rally concluded last Rev. I. Clayton, pastor Lappr'
Sunday with Georgia coming in Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter Arrival Date-December 10 1059
There win be Men's Day pro as the winner and Florida sec Sunday School: _.___.. 93H: ,
gram for the third Sunday in ond. A special thanks from our Morning service ............... 1130 Carver YMCA, 5770 N.W. ]5th Avenue ,
November at 3 o'clock. Rev. Nlok- pastor to all ca&tains and those BTU .._...._......-.-_...... 5:30 DEPOSIT $1.00
son will be the speaker. Deacon who worked so diligently with Evening service ...____ 7:30 N21
McDaniels is chairman. this rally. are welcome. E 1 L t 1 "L ' ,

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THE, MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper" : LEGALNOTICJE : Important Notice
PAGE ,,12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959 ' ; _...;n .fj ;.1. . ... 4-Mew.: ;. about of'the:following Is
{ *\* *fcijttii** *"* v .. "* < *w 'SES* II'.t: ',. ::: :. Z4.o ... Ji,"' > person
GENTiS wAN I Notice is hereby given that the asked to please ,notify Atty. BoyceF.
to sellJAMAICA undersigned, desiring to engagein 'Ezell, ,suite 412.18 Seyboldk
Grace Presbyterian dale; C. L. Myers, 1st Presbyterian SAWS ''business under the fictitious Building, Miami, Fla. Phone FR.
Church, Coral Gables; R. E. flame of NORTHWEST 'KEALTYS 3.7661 Urgent. The persons are:%
I Gray, Palm Springs Presbyterian LUCKY f ROD .CTS), mbe325 JW'' WOi vCourt, Caroline Louise/ Smith {minor) *;
Install New Pastor Church, Hialeah and M. J. Karl, ." daTbx 1"tMl! \- 1 l4Ihtrti; tkjrida, 'Intends to'register Ernestine/ ,Davis Smith .
',., , h- director of FJa. Chapter, National ," l %the said nairje with ,the Clerk Lambert: Davis/ ,;'

S .wovano o Council of Christian and JfWS7 of. th yr.fl e Circuit- r'Court r "".of Dade WAITRESSES :*

.. I I Frederick L Johnson ?
Sole Owner WANTED ,
r Would You Like:(To 4
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l WANTEDto 1720 N.W. 70th St. X.
f What to 'do to move Bad Luck? sell) 10 good waitresses wanted:.
eb ?i What to do to get money? at once. Fine! opportunity
What to do to have Fast Luck? Call OX 1.1541 '), pleasant working U.. conditions*

What to do to stop one from'drinking Good" Pay .-.
What to do to get a Job?
I ;
What to do to move spell? '

What to do to 'uncross yourself Ike Old Indian" Dream BookList !

0"ve e. What to do jf you are tick? i
0 of Common Things We Dream AboutThis r ,
15 little book tells you:
On Sunday evening, Nov.
at 8 pm., the Rev. William Fair- 08 4 51 35 r'
What to do to bring luck ,
fax Savoy will be installed as the
minister of Grace Presbyterian "" What to do when about to undergo { .
Church, NW 69th st. at 14th ave. Call OX :1-1541 or :go to operation or Imprisonment. .

The Rev. Savoy is a native of JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP What todo when you have a t .,
Columlbus, Ohio. He earnel his '
B. A. and M. A. degrees in psychology '6965 N.W.15th ,Avenue Miami, Fla.FURNITURE. court case. '
at Ohio. State University. What to do to get what you ask 33 3
Served as psychiatric assistant In I for.
the Air Forces for :four years. Re-
ceived his B. D degree at Union What to do to unite love ones. CHIEF TAR
Theologicol Seminary in New
York City in June 1958. He spentone What to do, when cross conditions. and ensmlee are against you

year in a post ,graduate in- What to do to have good, true dreams--and many others.
ternshiip in Detroit at the E a s t
Side Presbyterian Paris, being To get this beek In your neighborhood store, call l
ordained by the Detroit Presby- NE 4.0956 or NE 50087Mail
tery in December 1958. Rev. Savoy -
was recently married to Miss 3 COMPLETE ROOMS Money Order to: .
Barbara Jean Taylor of Detroit, THE "OLD INDIAN" PRODUCTSP.
and are now:residing at the Manse
6904 NW 14th ave. O. Box 47901 Miami, Florida
Participating in the Installation LIVING ROOM I
service will be: .

>;$evs. R, E. Neuman, moderator BEDROOMDINETTE
of-Souitheast Presbytery; S. O
Orlandi, 2nd Presbyterian Church,
Ft. Lauderlale; J. C. Thompson, SET I ,g 'FOR ADULTS ONLY
New Church Work, Ft. Lauder- Extra Large DeLuxe 'UnfurnishedOne
I Bedroom Apartments


Orchard Villa Patio Apts.

,. 5815 N.W. ;i2th 'i venue" ..

All privajte, bath: Jut- OPEN DAILY--3 TO 5 P.M. INCLUDING BAT. AND SUN.

):hen entrance )furnished k

stove, refrigerator. American'Pliono & TV .
Double bed, dinette

table. Hot water furn. Booker T. Shoe Store
2300 N.W. 62nd Street OX 6-0919

5238 N.W. 24th Court$11.33'week . 'U.1NIGHTINGALE<.j ...- ,') o-.
1190 N.W.3rd Avenue

For one or two people SHOES SHOES
Ladies' White Uniforms, Stockings and Socks


\--Beautiful Corner ',\ r. \' k '
''Home Announces (Class (IFor f (r t 'S '

?. I ORANGE \ '
Opefl Sunday 3.5r p.m. 1000 NW SHOES f't,\ ,
60th St. Near 'Orchard Villa . ""
School 3 bedroom, canport and a Physicians Assistantsft
yard like a park. (Low down pay
ment on FHA terms. .. --'". i. .Agency.For
NOVEMBER 16 /1959
,Newly ;Decorated' / Ladies' Easy Walker Shoes And Nurses' and

CBS ENROLL,NOW Waitresses' Oxfords .
'4 ,
1490 N.W. 57th St. "
on 1h Sat. and Sun. See this nice Day Classes We limit size of class > Open Mon. (Thru CThurs. 8, a.m.. to 8 p.m.
home. Last. one in this nice section Friday' til 9 p.m.-Saturday tll 10 :p.m.-.8un.i1l: 1 p.m.
3 bedroom, on corner lot, .
loi FHA. terms. .. "t.* >/* nrlt ni i tjyflqxIIii
':. < ',. s "\ ..rb "M -i-oil* JtuiJ4 u. jttotfi? ., _..n.... '.. ."" ,'.f;,-..,. .AI:i
'Day, Nursry N.W. .. FIND OUT HOW YOU CANEARty MORE1 " ;',:-: r 1..''. lilt ., I
I "
Kindergarten :.' I" . W '': ,
Price reduced. OWner wants of- Get,//prestige by.lecoming'a' (Nightingale Trained -
; .
fer. Must; b !i > >r rr>F *>* T -
on this for a good deal now. Fully Graduate-FREE PLACEMENT to all graduates '.. IMN 1I1la Y IiRI RMIf' IKrN Nkf1'D
equipped and ready to,make' mon- t -

ey. .

Only $895 Down : -=- .:'f'

New N.W, 56th St. area. Very CALL MRS. BEN TODAYFR ...
nice 2 bedroom, with Florida
ro&n. Could 'be tised as third
13-1675 265 N.W. 5th St.
bedroom. Near bus and schools '.'

7-8250 W&* LESTER t C. ALBERT, Funeral Director
LOWRIE REALTY TU 7-153 (942 N.W. l&h Arwns-OX 1-7661

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Dade County Yonlia Democratic AssociationJ ::'; ,


Composed!of public'spirited citizens represent We are dedicated to serve unselfishly our
!ing all t phases 'of' community life 'has
carefully people and our community. We (wholeheartedly ,
investigated qualifications, backrgound .and plat endorse the 'candidates selected below and urge
forms of all candidates for the coming city elec your cooperation.MRS. .
tion. ,

JOHN O. ......................,...... . LLOMA GREEN ..... ................. Corresponding Secretary
... ..................... President .
CHARLES HIGGS .... ............................ .,I.;..... .... Vice President JOHN MARY H.LQU BARKLEY BROWN ...............................,............................Recording,............... Treasurer SecretaryMAYOR

ROBERT KING HIGH t\, ., .: ':i

Pull Lever 2A : 1W' ,

I AM FOR: Cooperation :with the ..Metropolitan I AM FOR: Protection of seniority rights and .-
'Government in those function which pension plans of all Civil (Service Em-
are county-wide in scope . .. in order to 1 ployees.I ] .
gain the greatest possible] benefit for the 'AM FOR 'Unifyingas .
many as practicable,
taxpayers of Miami.I of the ;city administrative ,offices in one ,
AM FOR: ''Rebuilding of [the Miami Harbor downtown location ,for 'the convenience, of ,
arid ,Port facilities ,by the 'Metropolitan the citizens of Miami:
Government .. . to relieve Miami ;taxpayers I AM 'FOR: Accomplishing this unification by
of the entire ,burden that they now sound business-like financing, hot by a
bear.I fly-by-night scheme that.will cost, the] .; _
ready overburdened, taxpayers many ''ad
AM FOR: Legally effecting removal of the ditional million of dollars. '

present hopelessly] outdated railroad terminal I FAVOR: A program (of drainage for our city -_ -j L____.
] By positive Court action. so that our health will ;not//be endangered.

For City Commissioner '
'. '
;t ;f .t-!

L Judge Henry .L Balabar GROUP r ;

1. Metro should build a water port 10 4. f, I. ./ Pull t '
2. Graves Tract should not be .sold ito finance '
\ watery. ; ,,
Lever s
port. .
3. Intelligent cooperation with'Metro. .'"'' I ';
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f' ?!, ; '
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4. I am for Slum Clearance and Urban Renewal l 1l, 'J ;, 1 :,'" ..,. p '

5. The city should not buy the buses. _
,: Pledge to. '/' '', / \ 1
6"I RcThVepeoP"e y of tM X ,,

7. I am against the abolishment of the City'of"Miami';: 4 f' aJ. U. .

For City Commissioner .wow, I 3 '. "\f!. '

.:: /. 'II' . ., .>.....' ,
I ,

Joe X- Pull Lever '14A _:: .

DuMondI \
1. Represent the people'i':'interest And restore MR. DUMOND IS.AGAINST; : .
confidence ,in their elected officials. 1.,The building;oT a city hall under(the present
2. Transfer.City service to Metro government ]leasing agreement. The voters turned downa
to effect a saving of Miami taxpayer money. bond issue for a new city call 4 years ago. ,
3. Plan for the future by' letting professional 2. The widespread granting of zoning variances .
planners plan the future. and changes which are contrary to the
4. Allow no zoning change of ,variances contrary recommendations of 'professional planners.
to recommendation of professional 3. The City 'of Miami building a 'port. This i* _
planners: an eXAmple of an area wide obligation which I E_PIH 'nr iil H ,,
y>> 5. K! !Rf, PrvJiV 9M1QIM al-. _. I should be assumed iby all taxpayers in the I H f; fH H *'
hg and making{ federal-.. fund available for area, not just those in the Fity. '
their elimination.
6. Eliminate bolita, illegal gambling, tale of
liquor to minors, and other ,form of vice A Vote for These Candidates Is A
through a vigorous crackdown
on "Honky

Cut out and carry with you
ELECTION DAY, TUES., NOV. 17th Lever 14-A 2ALever

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did something about'' it and gaveto
1 the Negroes of Virginia a 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

leadership in voteconsciousnessthat
will never be forgotten.A FALL MEDINCINE .
i strong and virile! Negro vote
could halt in many ways the 8SS Tablet I ..........?....... 1.45 Swamproot ...........?....... 1.35
manipulations of. the zoning authorities 8SS Tonic .......'............... 1.45 Swamproot ................,.... .75 '
'and the housing author Zyrone 7 plus .."............ 1.39 Lydia Plnkham ............ 1.00
I ties which today have become Regimen Tablets ........ 3.00 Syrup Black Draught .59
strong allies to the cause of seg- Father John Medicine .75 Syrup Black Draught .43

regation. The zoning authorities Gerltol ..."...."................. 1.25 'Lydla Plnkham ............ 1.60
can disperse Negroes and the
housing' / authority can hard them, CHRISTMAS GIFTS Of ALL DESCRIPTIONSOPEN

this hardening the crust of segre- DAILY & SUNDAY- 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
air It Is to be observed that Negroes For long lasting hair styles JOHN A, McMINN, OwnerDRIVER'S

in the deep South are easily .
] stirred in this matter of political NEXT TIME, TRY . ____"'1\\\\ .JOJ' ", '. i1OiI1 I '.,... '"f.i; :\io q;,, ( ., " r"_ -
Bean Gordon B. Hancock
opportunities, where as Negroes -
- where. the pressure of segregation :Ja&ulouVELVET
SEGREGATION'S TWO ALLIES is less severe are

When the Negro propcseS to ed the; to potential be somewhat of the Negro: mcan-I I Iby TOUCH LICENSE I

fight against segregation, he must Shall' we then conclude that
that he is fighting take pressure and still more pres-
not forget
against "principalities!( and powers sure to stir the Negro to political .
is activity, which alone holds pos- b. solomon
," The segregationist a am
shrewd manipulator, resourcefuland sibilities of allaying and destroyIng o .B ERR Y 5
ingenious. It is going to take the evils that our zoning systems - Grease I CM Longer Lasting

three things to counterattachhim ; in conjunction with the Ask your beautician or at MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
namely hand and realistic reusing authorities, can do the Cosmetic CountersJ. .
thinking, much money and plenty cause of the human brotherhoodand FR 4-7756
of effective votes. Big) cars, welfare: ?
large homes and lots of good Negroes could help the NAACPand 1453 N.W. 6th AvenueSOQTIN'S
times, as .important as these help implement the court
things be, cannot cope with the decisions, by getting some money B. SMITH
machinations of the sure enough and getting out the, votes. The ELECTRICSERVICE
segregationist.About situation cannot use a 'penniless
voteless creature.
15 years ago, Richmond'sfine TVFREE
Armstrong High school was Electrical Contractor
without satisfactory expla- PHIL OSSOFER .
nation, taken from its original SAYS
and central location and rebuiltin : "Don't cuss Call us" Radio, TV or Phono brought into our shop
Richmond's far east end where the
the Negro population at that time What invention has our had world? PHONE OX 1-3625 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
impact on
of was millions relatively, a fine sparse.structure At a cost was No doubt it is the wheel. It started tocivilization. Night or Day More than 25 years of reliable service
our way
"rolling" on
built and is today one of the fin- us wouldbe
Wiithout lt, we
of _
est in the'land irrespective
at a' standstill as tar as
section. terial progress is concerned. uua-I ill '
I L'd'lldVem.. C W.I wlthemUdern
Today Negroes are pouring into
In recent years, in the I i
Church Hill and East End Section airplane landing gear, the wheel
of the city 'by thousands. The has enabled us to 'Shrink the
zoning system and the housing world preparing it for unification -
authority have been so manipulated through a greater intermingling h h.c
that Negroes are herded! of the peoples of the world.
into the Church Hill section and I Perhaps it is out of respect for .c $9p J
Armstrong High school Is now In this great invention that the .busy popuIr1iIi
the center of a great Negro pop- I I man who is going places is refer p illy
ulation that is growing by the red to as a "Iwlheel. It is possible iIi 1 4A'f / 'II.
proverbial "leaps and bounds tco, that on the negativeside
Segregation in housing has one who does not harmonizewith way "
been declared one of the stub- his environment is labeled. I ',x a ML{
bornest forms of segregation and by what is :the opposite of the
hardest to combat. There seemsto round wheel-a "square. {Cook
be a pattern of planning predIcated To me, the wheel is symbolic of I, tM
upon the proposition' that more than just the material progress I I
if the zoning authorities' will disperse of the world. It speaks to $ wlthQltIi M
the Negroes the housing me of something else that Is. end-
authorities will herd them. The less; eternity, and spiritual progress \ .
tragedy Is, the segregationist saw as well. lame
1'5' years ago what the Negro 1 is When the wheel of material !Ii: HIM
.Just now seeing. It is going to progress combines with the wheelof ,
be barn for Negroes to stem the spiritual progress, we will be ,\I,
tide of segregation if they persist rolling towards an endless, well '\
too much in hind-thought. We balanced civilization.
are writing this in the hope that i w
Negroes will bestlre themselvesin
the face of such far-sighted Illiilf !

planning by the segregationist, '
who seems to sleep day nor night METROPOLITANlife !!11:II III'
because of his planning. I Illil
There seem to be a kind of Co. I'
lethargy on the part of. Negroes I
that is not Justified by ,the' lesfal 1 Ii IiI
victories won by the NAACP. THE LARGEST INSURANCE I '
The political power of Negroes U COMPANY IN THE WORLD .
far too limited for the challenge p '
immediately before us. r'l TIME TO CHANGE TO
offers completeline
now you a
The old Christian of yesteryear
sang with ireat truth, "Ne'er of insurance: AN ELECTRIC RANGE
thlnto the victory won, nor lay ,,'
thine armour down." Political LIFE I

apathy is far too rife among Ne- HOSPITALIZATION I i :...........'.'........."......".1e": Since 1950, over halt a million .
groes everywhere and far too ism In Florida
much reliance moon court decisions INCOME PROTECTION CLEANER I : SAFER I :. have more twitched to modern

which need Implementation : Pots and pan stay : M Eamelew eat. u aD : automatic electric cookin,.
All policies available on monthly
by Negroes with dollars and
light bulb. Does
votes. i : "whJte-lov. dean : electric :
: Kitchen wails and ceO: : away with pilot Ilthta. :

This writer saw a statement 'a Phone Charles Vorisejc at: ing stay fresh and clean : Oivee priceless peace-d. :
few days atro to the effect that longer. m1nd.

there Negro's are{political two hindrances power, namely to the for Informaton TU 8-140 and appointmentBLESSINGS : ................!.................... :

discrimination and apathy, and Ithreup6h COOLER I : AUTOMATIC! :
) concluded that If the
White man will simply the discrimination ;, : Electric range surface : Just turn a dW or
and he will the unlts Bend all the heat : push a button. eo"
Negroes will supply the apathy. : into the pan, not out : billed beat eIim1nateil :
This Is trade{ in the current sit- JOHN STARR : and around It.Kitchen : pot..atchinc.
uation. What will it take to stir / See the new
1 to S DAY BLESSING. : stays up to 16 degrees :
Negroes to the deaths with a sense Electric
of Dolltlcal activity and power? $25.00OTHER .. 0001sT. \ Ranges...
It Is easy to find some Nero BLESSINGS .................... ....... automatic

ready to trade ,Negro votes butit $5.00 to $20.00P. ., ,. al.EIactricW.ter
renumber its
Is not Sn easy to find Nenoes And cheaper to go t'l g Heaters,too...
who are willing to get out among O. Box 1922 all<<< the 'people and educate them to than to. KM a combination' often/ice i'lltqlt'\ appliance
Cleveland 6 Ohio {
the necessity of belnf! a voting dealer.
citizen. The late Dr. Luther 8W 19600BLESSINGS FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Jackson of Va. State College
proved to be a powerful leader You are never helped
In this field; and he not only lamented'the ' Unless You 'Try _. _.4Dl
'fact that the Negroeswere *
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o- .- THE MIAMI TlMES-'The People., Newipaper" .. \. J

I Along. Freedom's Road t 1 lu SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959 PAGE 15' ,

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-- ,, By RUTH PERRY -- .'t ': "

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It is snot a comforting thing to really shocked me to see some = t Those t .;\ .'It( . ; ,
I be in (al car,going toward the'cap members of this Legislative Com- 'w ., I. '."n .

ital of. :Florida as a,third-time mittee reading newspapers while who ..".:!f d' f., ' ,
witness before the State Legislature the Hearing was in session. ',, r.
Investigation Committee, 0 '
even ,though one 'knows one is THE 'REAL' ISSUE Ai live instyle. Y :: ,':':'
tog'the right thin*. DrivingalongRoute
27 which has some There is no doubt, I believe:, : / :
of the most beautiful scenery in after experiencing: three Hear-
Florida those' of in the ings that the prime purpose am
us car
remarked timeand again about real issue in all of this harassing I . f I II

,, the! inconsistency of the whole is to try to kill the effectiveness ', j) 'I. '
situation. The beauty tye were of the NAACP in Florida. As 1 ; 1,1
have stated many times in 'this i It. ,
looking at seemed almost tW>e- 'ff.
I column before I believe thecharges I "kt
lieveable -- the rolling hills, r. ,.
towering Live Oaks hung with of Communist infiltration I o.rt\11.
I are red herrings drawn across
graceful, (flowing Spanish Moss,
the pages of newspapers and televised -
sparkling lakes set like Jewels I !
from our TV sets to con-
under sunny Sky, orange -
John Dallas Robinson, well
fuse the issue the real one.
groves going up and down known Miami beautician, is now
'' Discrediting of the 'witnesses has 1
the ills as featured at the Charm's Beauty
been a major /part tof: the game,
see.This natural the smearing< of the integrity cf Box, 1029 NW 2nd ave. A (graduate -
beauty we were
of the Sunlight School oBeauty
I witnesses another prong of attack .
seeing could not fronr
put oux -
Culture and the former
minds the thoughts of our destination -: ; and the Implication,' at proprietor. of the La Charm ...
least that most all of us were ..
or-what we would bs ex* *
Beauty Box of West ,
Allowing the Communist line, Ofeomr
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This beam
soon. especially '
Mr. Robinson recently (
alone: as "fellow: travellersIn
apparent as we passed from Nassau, Bahamas where he
mind is the most vicious
Ocala and into the my
orange Instructed a class In beauty culture -
and cattle section of Florida. It attack: of all. Alumni
th Moderne
As far as I could discover (not e
is people and their ways and Beauty School. Mal Rctolnson has
being in the Hearing Room all
thoughts that mar the beauty of number of lead-
also worked in a
Florida; It is the bard-rock maintenance the time), the NAACP witnesses ing cities in the north and is
the record
re-iterated for
the status that
yells the living words quo at the their statements under oath"1hat popularly known in the Miami .....";..

Constitution of the United States;! they .were not Communists or area.
It is bigotry, discrimination and Yellow-travellers. bat that they So, girls. If its beauty you want
racial prejudice that becloudsthe were in the NAACP ,purely andsimply stop in or call the Charm's Beau-
Florida sky and dims the to gain the rights -guar ty Box, at 1029 NW 2nd ave. The
sparkle of the lakes and orange anteed and given them under the I shop that offers you the ultimatein
groves. U. S. Constitution as citizens of beauty care. It's open Monday .
a democracy. But this, I have through Saturday from 8 am. to
IN TALLAHASSEE discovered is not good copy for 7 ,pan Its work. is done by appointment GORDON'S GIN I
newspapers or TV telecasts. Re-, only. Mrs. Ella Sy- demand
The Florida Legislature Investigation parting in full the committee'. monette is the proprietor. f
Hearing wasp scheduled viewpoint, and sketchily givingthe

for 9 o'clock Wednesday morn- statements of witnesses is one Kiddie Kollege If you have a taste for .r.t',
ing. We reported on time for the way of further trying to maintain r1rt's
Hearing only to begin a day of the status quo. &4 finer things always ask for ,

waiting and wasting of time (The third Hearing is over, and Fashion Show Sun. ,Gordon*! authentic London Dry Gin. /sue:
time valuable' Do the four NAACP
while none of us know what the '
So smooth and
dry . 1M IM
witnesses least since all of Dorcia's Kiddie
at of us future might bring in regard to The PTA
had been summoned from our further Investigation, one thingis Kollege requests your presenceat of such delicate flavor. . :1Id
jobs to start again another mockery certain: there will be no letup its Fall Fashion Coffe Sip, ',Ou can enjoy it! STRAIGHTIGORDONS. J2i. rt a
of Justice. Pbr reasons belt in the fight for freedom in Sunday, Nov. 15 at 4.6 pjm. at trtttt f
known to themselves, the Com- the state of FDorida. The NAACP Bunche Park Elementary School ,
mittee members did not begin, to will not be killed in Florida. We Stone of the latest fashions will fin., lit lIlit ( .
I show up until nearly 6 minutes may suffer some set-backs and be modelled and some of Miami's M
after the scheduled Hearing hour. delays but Just as the sun rises best dressed women will be mod-

After the calling of the roll of each morning Just so will freedom elling them.Sigma ,tIeS HAUL SPURS Mma RON WS ionoorioiobiri: w oil co. LTD.. UNDUI. i.7
witnesses some minutes after 10 loving people, white and
o'clock again with no explanation black, who cherish the principlesof
or apparent reason, the Commit ,democracy, continue the fight Alpha NewsThe I
tee ordered the witnesses into the DRESSES
Witness Boom and there again brothers of Sigma Alpha
we waited for over en hour, onlyto Education Week Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi
be called back and dismissed Fraternity, Inc., are pleased to TO STORES, PEDDLERS AND INDIVIDUALSBig

until 2 o'clock that afternoon. Panel on WMBM' announce the annual National Assortment of Wearing Apparel' at alt Times
The Hearing wes resumed at Achievement Week Observance.The .
2 o' lode, continued for. few The public is invited to listento week of Nov. 8-15, will be Hundreds of beautiful dresses-all new

hours, then adjourned until Station WMBM on Saturday, observed for the following purposes Values to $25, only.............................."........... $1.50
Thursday. At this time the remaining Nov. 14 at 5 'pjm. to a panel discussion : Big Auortment Slightly Higher I \
witnesses were called, the that 1. To focus attention on outstanding -
dally topics
and the Hearings was adjourned served as on themes during American achievement. Men' Suits Value to $50 ............ ........ '........ $7.50

shortly before 12 Thursday Education Week, The members 2. To give proper recognition to Children Dresses ?.,. .,.."................... ...."...... $1.00

Actually all business could have of the panel are : those who have achieved. Boys Suits, Value to $25 ............................ .... $5.00
been taken care of In one full i 3. To stimulate others to gain
day. Bolyn Kimbro, moderator; Anita even 'greater eminence. APPAREL WHOLESALERS
MeCruder ,pupil; Bemyce M 4. To show that all people are
WASTE OF TIME :AND Greene PTA president; Anna judged by their accomplishmentsand 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor)

MONEYAs Brenner Mevers member of the service to mankind. Phone FR 7.2943 FASHION MART BUILDING
seen and experienced from School Board; Johnnie Patten, '5. To provide high school seniors -
my point of view as a witness, music consultant; Lucretia Eve with an opportunity in cre-
the entire Hearing was, as in the jmecial Education Teacher; Jacob ative writing on today's problems.Our .
case of the other two Hearings Lichen, 5th grade teacher, and theme? "The achievementof
held in previous months, a wasteof Shirley Payne, interne. Excellence Today's Challenge,
time, useless spending of Florida Tomorrow's Necessity," has been
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taxpayers' money, and un- chosen because the foundation of Central Life Insurance Co.
necessary harassment of wit A BEAUTIFUL our democracy is the ''level of Intelligence :
nesses. While the atmosphere of of all citizens. It is the
this Hearing had a more friendly One Bedroom responsibility ot our democratic IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR

air than in previous investigations Corner society to educate everyone to CONSIDERATION THEIR
and while, at least in the Apt. the maximum level that their .
case of several of the member, afbiltty permits.
their attitudes had changed from Newly Decorated Sigma Alpha Chapter will sponsor New Family Group PlanFather

vicious and prejudiced attacking la Available in programs in the local high
to a fairer and more Just approach schools during the wade and aspecial Mother, Children-All Under One Premium
to the questioning of wit- Atlantic .Manor program on Sunday Nov
nesaec (vote and coming elections M 15, 1959, at 4 pjm. at the Eben- New-borns Automatically Insured at Birth

,.maybe?), as a wltaM I fell I 32ad Are. .a there was sic valid excuse: for a 3rd ave.
legislative committee wasting my 42nd St. Hlzh School seniors will be encouraged Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
time and tax money and In many to write en essay on our From
instances acting in an unbusinesslike theme. The Achievement of Ex
and' undignified manner. HI Advertise It Pays!rt' cellence." Today's Challenge, To-
be frank with my reader It morrow's Necessity." This is a $2,000.00 fo $50,000.00 .
national essay contest in which
', prizes will be awarded for the
best essays. r '. The, Company.AJ'o Offers Ot\er Atti. D -
CW-WTf STORE ' 'winner of tint prize In ; ' Modern' Policief'to Fit Yiiur ; .
: 't !MPLEJrS : 'jAt. : Ibe' ; ; : IntJlvFcf a;N a ex. ,
.. .. .." 'the 1058 contest was a student in
: 1201 ftW. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 of the local' white high 0

FALL MEDINCINE will Highlighting be dynamic Sunday Garland program V. Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office

UI Tablet _...__ 1.45 Swamp root ..._?__...? US Stewart Everyone of invited to attend 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.

888 TonloZyron _.._ 1M Swamproot .--.,,,,,..,,,.._. .75 and observe Achievement Week
7 plus __ 1.Jt LydIa Plnkham ?__.. 1.00 with Slnna Alpha Chapter of OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
Regimen Tablets ._-. >-00 Syrup Black Draught .8* Omega Pal Phi Fraternity, Inc
Rather John Msdfefft78 Syrup Black Draught .43 MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH
I-** Lydia& Plnkham ___ 1.80
Osrltol '... -- MAKE BIG MONEY! 176 N.W. 14th St. 602 N. Rosemary Ave.

OPEN DAILY A 8UNDAY A.M. to. 10 P.M. :
... 700 N.W. 2nd 51. ,304 JY. .Eighth St_,, '

.' ;. JOHN A. MaMINt4.Owni- ,' .. .....*,!. .-:'-<- _,.. .. : .,, ,- UTCKY. fODUCTc ... .: . ..of...:. ...._ _ _,;',.: ... Of 11" :. ..r:;..,,,'::-. '.
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CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Sis. M. Gray and ,Sis. Moran
MIAMI TIMES 'The Peoples Newspaper" GREATER BETHEL A.M.ERev.
The sick and shut-ins ,are Sis.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959 S. A.. Cousin, pastor Phyllis. E. M.Myers Thomas, reporter. O. Hooks and Sis M. James. We

Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter ..... ......... *:30 are 'praying for you to have a
c. Sunday School *..................-../' 9:30 Sunday Morning School worship .....1..11................. 11:00: speedy .recovery.
.............. H'OO:
New To BAHA'I ASSEMBLYCarroll Morning worship 1 BTU ......... ....... ...1., 5:30:
Hope .1.
Evening worship .................... 7:80SALTER'S : Evening worship ......._.......... 7:00: BAPTISTRev.
I Celebrate Woman's Hoeppner, engineer: : and ANTIOCH
in Beach CHAPELRev. evening at 3 o'clockthe
contractor Pompano Sunday Richardson
E. D. pastor
Day November 22 will discuss "What Can We (Expect H. J. Benson, pastor Young' Matrons had their Minnie T. Copeland reporter

From Tomorrow's Youth," 7 Ruth Twiggs reporter program which was wonderfully School ........................ 9:30
pjm. Sunday, Nov. 15 at the Bail Sunday School....................... 9:38': carried out. The principal speaker Sunday :
worship .................... 11
a'i Center 137 NW 11th Av*. ................ ....11:00: evening was Mrs. Morning ::80
ACE Morning League worship............................ 5:30: Mavelyn(for the Davis from Mt. Moriah BTU ............................................ 5:30:
Mrs. Barbara Dean Davenport, Evening worship .................... 7.fO Baptist Church who. s oke' won Evening worship ..........:........ 7:00:
internationally known fashion You are invited to attend service derfully. Other speakers were
designer, will take the Baha'isand
their friends on an armchair at Salters Chapel] tOn Sunday TRINITY C. M. E.

trip to Japan, Wednesday, Nov. 8th Nov.annual 15 to help Woman's us celebrate Day. T h our i Delancy, Mrs. Lillie Williams.The 2020' N.W. 5th CourtW.
18 in the of the home of
garden and 0, Geary minister
three chairmen, Mrs. Ruth ocmmlttee and officers ;;
Mr and Mrs1. William Bethel, Twiirgs Mrs. Claudia' Robinsonand members wish to thank, all their Church School....................... 030:
545 NW 26th st. A dinner, consisting "Mrs. Cornelia Glenn and friends, their patrpns, advertisers Morning worship ......h'.......... lljQO:
of sukiyaki, the national their captains, wish to see all and memlben from the vari- Evening worship .................... 7:00:
Japanese dish, will be served at
their friends and well wishers ous churches whose cooperationmade
6:30: p.m. followed by the program -
indications shown this the memorable.The .
From all day CHAPEL
ALLEN ( A. M. E.
of the best Women's
will be
Everyone is cordially invited to Interdencminational Choir
attend both events.Woman's day in the history of Salters Rev. E. M. Blocker, minister
Union Rev. Allan Ferguson, pres-,
Chapel./ The speaker of the morning Ctoe Sweeting, reporter

t : will be Mrs. Pauline Willis. ident, will hold its anniversary at Sunday School .........?;.,.....,... 9:30:
Day atSalters The evening speaker will be Rev. services Sunday, 3 pjm. Morning worship ......1';........ 11:00:
Mrs. Emma Watson. Visitors are Temple. The public is .' ACE League ........................:... 6:00:

'Chapel always welcome. (Beginning Monday night, and 'I. Evening worship ...............?... 7:00:
running ftorough next Sunday, the
TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. Rev. J. H. Johnson of W est
L. A. Thom;scn' pastor Palm Beach will conduct evan-

.- ....... ......."'. .... Sunday School........... ......:. 9:30: gelist services at Temple. All are Drive Carefully
d Morning worship .................... 11:00: invited.
Mrs. Beatrice Powell Waldron, BTU ...............................-........... 5:30:
curriculum chairman of schoolsIn Evening worship .................... 7:00
i West Palm Beach County, will of emple "did
The women
be the morning speaker. for Wo- themselves proud" on Sunday in YOU ASKED FOR IT, !
man's Day at New Hope.
.. -- ., their third annual observance of So here it is-A full ONE YEAR

r r'.tl.; .,. :: -- '1 'congre-gation AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

vices and the -spirit was
very Policy for most people-with only

high.MisS! Olive Alexander, speakerat $15 DOWN PAYMENT
11 a.m., brought an inspiring

- A message Women Marching on the subject Forward., "God's Her SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY'

address was well received and
: a
/ 1r was very effective. She was introduced 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL

A by Mrs.; Neasman.. 9-5284 NA 4.1811FARRAN'S
Miss V. Bain. did henself much

credit in making the observation.A . '.., .. :\O"'J/JI./' <:r. ., ..... .... ,Ii.-. ..r.... ., . . .. r _. ,
feature of the evening was
the film "Ruth, A Faithful Woman -
_''' '''''''__''__.8 ..t Inv ," with Miss D. Hart as pro-

'MRS.' 'WILLIS, \SpeakerMrs. jectionist.: Mrs. Lillian Watkins PALMISTRY STUDIOr7,1
and Mrs. Augusta Newbold were
Pauline Willis: librarian
at Nlcrthwestern Senior High will honored with flowers by the Madame Farran, life reader, adviser,

be the main speaker at the 11:00: Hospitality Committee, chaired by born with power Mme Farran It na.

sun services in observance of Mrs. B. Hart. T tlonally known, highly recommended.Mme. '.
Woman's. Day. Her topic will be,
Mrs. Esther Campbell, chair- Farran of Miami,
the wonder lady
"What DO We Owe Christ? Mrs.
man and Mrs.< Louise Mess, cochairman .-
Willis is a ,product of the local served in the morning hat returned to help you with your per.
.. ...- _.,--,-- cads( and has done further studyat i and evening respectively. The , S tonal problem
Atlanta University and the women's choir with Mrs. Vernell I
Does bad luck seem
Mrs. Lemmie C. Mitchell, an University of Michigan where Strachan at the Are you unhappy
organ gave a ,
instructor of social studies at she received the master's degree. good account of themselves. Miss '. ' '''' to follow you? Are you discouraged, sickor

Northwestern High School has She has begun work in the doc- Elsie Dcuglas deserves special t >t. In distress? M mi. Farran removes evil
been chosen as the evening speaker. toral program at Western Reserve mention for typing the and
Appearing on. the program\ University, Cleveland, Ohio. arranging, the program. copy Influence. Reunites the separated. 'Turns failure Into success,

will be Miss Louise Griffin of health and happiness. Phone NE 4.3267 for appointment.If .
Radio Station' WFBC! Miss Edna Special guests at the morning The amount raised was approximately '
Davis song bird of the South, service will be the faculties ol $1,500.Following you cannot come send 2 one dollar bills with stamped,

and the Southland Singers, Miami's the fallowing\ schools: Browns- were the captains: addressed envelope for your Solar Horoscope.
ville, Floral Heights, Bethune and
most versatile group. Mrs. Florence Hepburn, Miss
Mrs. C. J. Burney ot' Friendship Brownsville Junior High. Elsie Douglas, Mrs. Louise Moss, Take Buses 15 or 24 4500 N.W. 27th Ave.

Baptist Church and Mrs Mrs. Miriam Hepburn, Mrs.
Katie Simon of Zion Hope Bap- Bethel Women Augusta Newbold, Mrs. Rosa Lee
tist will be in charge of devotional / .
services, Say r

Mro Margaret Carey, chairmanof
this year's observance, of
Woman's Day at Greater Bethel k. CITY
3 lx1'.F
AME Church, wishes to thank aa

the committees, cafptaLns, mem- COMMISSIONED
bers and all' the friends who gave
assistance in making the day a

Orchids to the Southland Singers -
and the featured speaker,
Mrs. B. L. Thomas, who proved
herself to be a speaker of rare

accomplishments.While .
in the city Mrs. Thomas
1 + 'was entertained by the Heroinesof
Jericho, Mrs. Johnnie M. Hill,
Deputy, at 4635 NW 27th ave.
Those in attendance were the f'RED w
Most Ancient Matrons, Rosella
Sullivan, Rosalyn Seymour, Sybil
McFee, Ethel Johnson, V. H.
'Htergrett, P.A.M. Delia Lane, Sr. '
Matron Leola Thompson, Worthy .
t Matron Jessie Giles, Joshuas >C. DA V AN,:'
H. Hargrett, K. E. Woods. Ma-
dames Margaret Carey, Mary .
Woods. Eula M. Collins Margaret
Mrs. Annie L. Stephens, general Mullens, Cornelia Glenn, VivianP.
chairman for the day, and Drunson, Beatrice Bruton,
Mrs. Ruth Scott, co-chairman, Mary Bell Marshall, Bessie Ker-
announced this. week that the bo B( Louise Rolle, Catherine ? "Mr., Action
program committee have gone Cook E. Culmer and Rev. T. A.
out to make this the most outstanding RoUe, Grand Wcrthy Patron. "it
woman's. day In the
She was entertained on SUn- .
history of the church. The chair- day with a lavish dinner at' the TOTgg
men are asking the cooperation home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph ,
of the entire membership and Bradley, 2965 NW 52nd street
their many friends. Theme: "The and on Monday by Heroine Ethel
Challenge and Purpose For Wo- 1442
Johnson and her court at
men in Tomorrow's World." NW 3rd ave. A void Machine:Politics '
You are especially Invited. Mrs. Thomas left the city on

Tuesday to fulfill a speaking engagement GROUP ,
scheduled for Sunday '
TOOTHACHE. f'l=. Ust ss, Ncv. 15 at one of the AME I SUPPORT DA ANT

If yon un" ..t 10 the ,kg It''Ly sdls0aW.L churches in Philadelphia. PULL LEVER
Clttltllt., tllIIII 1Ne ORA Jel- fOIl'CITY' ;
uII ees. .la sssosos ,

I Register Today! h- COMMISSION I,

Your '.Vote 1s Needed
Paid Pol., dv.THE .





CARDS-MEMORIALS In sad but loving memory of I NOVEMBER 14, 1959 PAGE*?

my husband, _

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMCHARLES House of Albert . . Tampa where burial will be conducted -
Nov. 10.

family of the late COOPER Mrs. Beulah Conley of 7028
MRS. HILDA WILLIAMSol who died Nov. 13, 1955. 'NW 20th ave., died at her home Louis Seymour of 2269 NW
3648 Fla. Ave, Coconut Grove., Gone, but not (forgotten Nov. 5. She is survived by her 57th st., died in Jackson Hospital
Who+ departed this life Oct. 25, Pearl Ocoper, wife husband Ulysses; a sister; three on Nov. 6. He is survived by his
1959, wishes to express 9} its deep Gladys Wallace, sister brothers; 2 step children and widow, Dorothy, a son, Joseph,
appreciation, and sincere thanks George Cooper, brother Nta several other relatives. Funeral] two brothers and other relatives
to the many friends and neigh. Timothy Cutoner, uncle services will be conducted Satur- Chapel services will be conductedNov.
bors who remembered them dur- a host of relatives and day, Nov. 14 at at New 14 at 1 pjm. Rev, Henry
ing their recent bereavement (friends , l4 Hope Primitive Baptist Church, Evans will officiate. Burial will
through letters, cards, telegrams Rey II. C. Samuels assisted by be conducted_ in Lincoln

Of dcndoleflceS, floral pieces, donations IN MEMORIAMIn Rev. Thedford Johnson of St. 22 '
at cars ahd the many personal John Baptist Church, officiating. John SW 23rd
expressions of sympathy extended sad but loving memory of She will lie in repose at home st, West Hollywood' died at his
our dear husband and father, from, 9 ,pang Friday Interment in residence. He k survlwri Kv one
r- _______ Paradise Memorial Gardens. daughter! MrsROsc': Smith of
Special thanks to Bro. Peter Richmond Heights Chapel services -

Davis, Bishop Joseph Rolle, and Dave Davis Jr., of 1443-A NW were conducted on Nov. 10
the visiting bishops; the officers r 1st place died Nov. 3. He was with burial In Evergreen Memo-'
and members of the Church of sent to little Rock Aric. Nov. 9 rial Cemetery.
God of Prophecy Coconut> Grove A AJOSE were his survivors, parents; seven the
usher board No.1. Missionary 1A sisters and two brothers reside Kenneth Lovett, two year
Band, and choir No. 1 'of Home and where funeral services and old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fluellen
stead Church of God of Prophesy( V. burial will take place. He is also! Lovett of 6201 NW 17th ave., diedat
the neighbors of Florida! Averiue, survived by his wife the residence of his grand
ttd gain Funeral Home for the TORRES mother at 7240 ''NW 19th ave. oq
leridld service rendered I who dqarted this life November Funeral services for Eddie Sunday morning Nov, 8. Chap]

The Famly 0, 1&57 Smith cf, 1740 NW 66th St. were services will be conducted on
Henry Williams Sr., husband. "God of the living in whose eyes conducted Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. at 'Nov. 14 at 11 a.m. Rev. Samuel
bF Unveiled Thy whole Creationlies Gay will officiate. Burial will be
Mrs Betty Hluff, daughter Peaceful Zion Baptist! Church,
Henry Williams Jr., Rev C P. Preston officiating conducted in Lincoln Memorial
Timothy Williams, Sr., All souls are, Thine; we must not Burial in Lincoln Memorial -
Wilbert Williams say! INFANT DEATHS:
sons That those are dead who pass Funeral services for Mrs. Daughlter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy
away; TheLma Davis who lived at 3304 Gore of 3255 Douglas Road, stillborn -
CARD OF THANKSThe From this our world of flesh set NW 51st St were held in the at Kendall Hospital Nov.. 9.
free. Graveside services, Nov, 11.
chapel at 10 ajn. Oct. 30. Rev.
We know them living unto to
family of the late Otis Munday officiated Her survivors
DEACON WILLIAM E. rrhee. Shirley Ann Dozier, daufoht
a mother, father anda
HEPBURNwho May he rest in peace and light of Mr. and Mrs. lAwson Dozierof
sister of allahasee Interment in
departed this life on Nov. perpetual shine upon him. Lincoln Memorial.The 3087 NW 50th St., died In
10, 1958. Mrs. Vivian Torres wife Christian Hospital, Nov. 11.
May he rest in and Ugh Graveside services
peace Nov. 13
u infant of and Mrs *
I perpetual shine upon him.
Mrs. Clotilda Hepburn wife IN MEMORIAM Fred Jackson of 3033 NW 51st
rI St. died in Jackson Memorial Seniors . .
And family ...
'!.: '" .. and laid
"" ". Hospital Oct. 30 was to
\'\ '" I rest Nov. 3. Funeral services for Charles
loving memory of our beloved r \. :\ Infant Tenner, daughter of; Friday morning at 10 o'clock in
I bi daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Tenner of the chapel with the Rev. C. C.

r ,. 10771 SW 150th Terr., Richmond McClary officiating
Heights, died in Mt. Sinai Hospital -'
I'' I Nov. 2, burial Nov. 6. Funeral services for West Lawrence
at! of Homestead, will be held
:\1L' l Julius Mitchell of 1524 NW Saturday, 2 pjm. in the Homestead
62nd Terri, died at his home No- Chapel. Mr. Lawrence was
vember 6. ire is survived by his a pioneer citizen of Dade County
I wife; five small children; mother and was formerly employed by
and several sisters and brothers. the city. He is survived by his
Funeral arrangements are Incomplete wife, Bessie, a son Ike, and one
I daughter Mrs. Doretha Payne of

nJr' i Liberty Albert City.Langley t 1319 NW
b . 5th ave., died Tuesday, Nov. 10
after a sort period of Illness. He
DANIEL ROZIER Mrs. Gertrude Horn of Tampa is survived by his,sister, Ivy, two
who died on Oct. 16, and was died at the residence of her brothers. Funeral will be held
laid to rest on Oct. 23. Appreciation grandson, Atty. H' II. Arrington, Sunday ait Cordeale, Ga.
and thanks to you for your j"-/' t 1871 NW 55th st, where she had
expressions of sympathy by acts ,,'" been visiting for several week.
of kindness, cards, floral tributes Her passing occurred on Friday,
and telegrams.Jt ",: MRS. *JENNIE VERONIA Nov. 6. Besides her grandson she TIGER ISCOMING
'It WALKER Is survived by her daughter, Mrs. I
will be always rememberedwith r: ; iln! loving remomjbronce> of a Rubye Arrington of Tampa. She
deepest gratitude. devoted mother who departed this was sent on Saturday night to
Special thanks to the Range I Ute Nov 13, 1954.
Funeral Home relatives ., she rest in -
neigh- --- -'---- - - --- May peace.
bors and many friends. YVONNE LOCKHART ADAMS-I Thomasena G. Walker,

May God bestow blessings upon who departed! this life Nov. 13, daughter
each erf. you. 1958. Thomas H. Walker, son M -
:Mrs. Doris Rozier: wife Then when on earth I breathe no
Ravan Daniel Rozier, son more IN MEMORIAMIn

Rosie Lee Rozier, mother The prayer oft mixed with tears memory of the late,
CARD OF THANKS I'll sing upon a happier shore,
They will be done.

We, the family of the late, The Family


In loving memory of our beloved -

passed away in November, .w i
1957. ,
There is a rose beyond the wall niT N.W. I7tk AYCmTI MIAMI",FLORIDA .Pk.M OX Mill OX 1U41Owwu4AtlMlURMfOinMr
and that rose is you.

r We miss you, dear IaN o.ur RM*., ....* EnfehMr',..... DIrMW
We love you, but God loves :you
'best. 1

Bettye Wheeler, daughter
Flossie Rogers, sister
And FamilyOrange .

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Anyone baring good clean
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MRS MENA SAMUELS the committee or hare your Gone, but not forgotten Sleep
sin- accommodation an and take your rest. We love
take this method to express registeredby
you but God loves ;you best.
thanks and apprecation
cere calling
Wllle Redman,
friends who were 10
our many
kind during our ,bereavement. FR 7-4873 Ruth Sister Jefferson, daughterTwo -I
Special thanks for your cards, '
NORTH'S donation of
flowers, telegrams,
cars, cash donations and other TRAVEL BUREAU Mrs. Patterson and FamilyGoc1'ge '
Ellis and Oscar
kindness. Committee: jtL 2aitj'
Williams, brothers
Special thanks also to Rev. Charles North Garth C. Reeves
James Poitier for '''te eulogy, and, Charles' Hadley Samuel Cohen MORTICIANS

last but not least, our courteousand Charles'
Uckhirt Dr. t. P. Davie Join The NAACP
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BAPTISTRev. Sis.} M. Gray and,Bis. Moran
The sick and fihut-lns Are Sis.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959I S. A.. Cousin, pastor E. M.Myers Thomas, pastor O. Hooks and Sis. M. James. We

Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter Phyllis .........reporter.. : are 'praying for you to have a
School... .............. ..' 9:30: C Sunday School
? '' worship ...........-....... 11:00: I speedy recovery.
New Hope To BAHA'I ASSEMBLYCarroll Morning Evening worship worship ..............-.........-......... lltOJ 7:80:: BTU ..-...worship............-............................ 7:00 5:30::
Evening *
I Celebrate Woman's Hoeppner engineer: ; and ANTIOCH BAPTIST
contractor in. Pompano Beach, SALTER'S CHAPEL Sunday evening at 3 o'clockthe
E. D. Richardson
Day November 22 will discuss "What Can We Expect Rev.. H J. Benson, pastor Young Matrons had their Rev.Minnie T. Copeland pastor
From Tomorrow's Youth 7 wonderfully reporter
Ruth Twiggs reporter which was
pan Sunday, Nov. 15:> at the Ba- Sunday School....................... g:38' carried out. The principal speaker Sunday School ...... 9:30:
ha'i Center, 137 NW 11th Av*. Morning worship ...........-... ....11:00: if or the evening was Mrs. Morning worship .................... 11:60:

ACE League .....................-... 5:30 Mavelyn Davis from Mt. Moriah BTU .?.?. J40
Mrs. Barbara Dean Davenport, Evening: worship .................... 7tO: Baptist Church who spoke won Evening worship ..................... 7:00:
internationally known fashion
designer, will take the Baha'is You are invited to attend ser- derfully. Other speakers were
and their friends on an armchair vice at Salters Chapel on Sunday TRINITY C. M. E.
Nov. Nov. X5 to help us celebrate our
trip to Japan, Wednesday,
1 18 in the garden of the home of 8th annual Woman's Day. The Delancy, Mrs Lillie Williams. 2020' N.W. 5th CourtW.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bethel three chairmen, Mrs. Ruth The ocmmittee and officers and O Geary;; minister
545_ NW 26th st. A dinner, consisting -, Twiijgs, Mrs. Claudia' Robinsonand members wish to thank all their Church School....................... 9:30:
ftkA' of sukiyaki, the national Mrs. Cornelia Glenn and friends, their patrons, advertisers Morning worship .t. 11:00:
Japanese diSh, will ,be served at their captains, wish: to see all and members from the various Ev ninz worship 7:00:
6:30: ,p.m. followed !by the program their Xriends and well wishers churches whose cooperationmade
From all indications shown this the day memorable.The .
Everyone is cordially invited to will' be one of: the best Women'sday ALLEN CHAPEL( : A. M. E.
Interdenominational Choir
o attend both events.Woman's in the history of Salters Rev. E. M. Blocker, minister
# Chapel The speaker of the morn- Union, Rev. Allan Ferguson, Ares, doe' Sweeting

ing will be Mrs. Pauline Willis. services ident, will Sunday hold its 3 anniversary at Sunday School .........t';reporter,...*...,.., 9:30:
Day at The evening speaker will be Rev. Temple The public, is invited.pjm. Morning worship ......r........ 11:00:
Mrs. Emma Watson. Visitors are'
Salter ACE League .?... 6:00:
F 'Chapel always welcome. Beginning Monday night, and Evening worship ...............?... 7:00:
: : running fhTough next Sunday, the
TEMPLE Rev. J H Johnson of W est

L. A. Thompson, pastor Palm Beach will conduct evangelist I

I Sunday School........... ......:. 9:30: services at Temple. All are Drive
Morning worship .................... 11:00: invited. Carefully
Mrs Beatrice Powell Waldron, BTU ............................................ 5:30: I
curriculum chairman of schoolsIn rK Evening worship .................... 7:00: I
I West Palm Beach County, will f I
The emple
man's be the Day morning at New speaker Hope.. for Wo- M themselves women proud" on Sunday In I YOU ASKED FOR IT!

... ..., their third annual observance ofWoman's So here it is-A full ONE YEAR
., Day. A capacity congregation -
:... Ilt t% was len hand at both ser- AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE

I :':., 7.p vices and the's4cirit was very Policy for most people-with only

t high.MisS
Olive Alexander, speakerat $15 DOWN PAYMENT
I 11 a.m., brought an inspiring
message on. the subject, "God's
Women Marching Forward.' Her
address was well received and
was very effective. She was introduced 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmer Market

i by Mrs. F. Neasman PL 9-5284 NA 4-1811
Miss V. Bain did herself much
\ Y credit in making the observation. JfI1i4''.., ._ r.. R. '.. ..,"ioIt, ."' .-... ........ .., . r' "' , '..
\ \ A 'feature of the evening was
( the film, "Ruth, A Faithful Wo-
> I e'. "
man, with Miss D. Hart as pro-

'M'RS.WILLIS' Speaker Jectioiiist.' Mrs. Lillian Watkinsand FARRAN'S PALMISTRY STUDIO
(Mrs. Pauline Willis: librarianat Mrs. Augusta Newbold were
Nlcrthwestern Senior High will honored with flowers by the y ;:: Madame Farran, life reader, adviser,
be the main speaker at the 11:00: Hospitality Committee, chaired by ; born with
power Mme. Farran It nationally
ajm, services in observance of Mrs. B. Hart.
Woman's Her known highly recommended.
Day. topic will be, Mrs. Esther Campbell, chair-
"What DO We Owe Christ?" Mrs. man and Mrs., Louise Moss, co- to Mme. Farran the wonder lady of Miami,
Willis. is a .product of the local chairman served in the morningand t .1 has returned to help you with your per

-.. -'.... _. _,_..-.- cools Atlanta and has University,done further and studyat the evening respectively. The M, onal problem.

Mrs. Lemmle C. Mitchell, an University of Michigan where Strachan women's choir at ,the with Mrs. VerneU Are you unhappy' Doe bad luck teem
instructor of social studies at she received the master's organ gave a
degree. dUcouraged, sickor
good account of themselves. Miss to follow you? Are you
Northwestern School has She
High has begun work in the doc-
Elsie Dcuglas deserves special In distress? Mme.'Farran remove evil
been chosen as the evening speaker. toral program at Western Reserve
Appearing on the program University, Cleveland, Ohio. mention arranging' / for the typing the copy and Influenoe. Reunites the separated. 'Turn failure Into *ucce*.,
will be Miss Louise Griffin of program.
health and Phone NE 43267 for appointment.If .
Special guests at the morning happiness.
Radio Station WFEC! Miss Edna The amount raised was aipprox-
Davis, song bird of the South, service will be the faculties ol imately. $1,500.Following you cannot come: send 2 one dollar bill with stamped,
and the Southland Singers Miami's the fallowing! schools: Browns- elf.addressed
were the captains: envelope for your Solar Horoscope.
ville, Floral Heights, Bethune and
most versatile group. Mrs. Florence Hepburn, Miss
Mrs. C. J. Bunny of Friendship Brownsville Junior High Elsie Douglas, Mrs. Louise Moss,, Take Buses 15 or 24 4500, N.W. 27th Ave.
Baptist Church and Mrs. Mrs. Miriam Hepburn, Mrs.
Katie Simon of Zion Hole Bap- Bethel Women Augusta. Newbold, Mrs. Rosa Lee
tist will be in charge of devo-
tional services. Say ThanksMrs.

Margaret Carey, chairman
of this year's observance, of
Woman's Day at Greater Bethel CITY
AME Church, wishes to thank
the committees captains, mem-
bers and all the friends who gave COMMISSIONED
assistance in making the day a
Orchids to the Southland Singers -

and the featured speaker, .
Mrs. B. L. Thomas, who 'proved ?

accomplishments herself! to be a speaker of rare .x...

While in the city Mrs. Thomaswas I
entertained by the Heroinesof ,
b AR Jericho, Mrs. Johnnie M. Hill,
I Deputy, at 4633 NW 27th ave.
a Those in attendance were the FRED
< ya Most Ancient (Matrons, Rosella
I Sullivan, Rosalyn Seymour, Sybil
McFee, Ethel Johnson, V. H.
Hlargrett, P.A.M. Delia Lane, Sr. '
Matron Leola Thompson, Worthy
Matron Jessie Giles, Joshuas *C. bAY AN'T'i-: : : I
H. Hargrett, K. E. Woods Ma- :
.. ...:..- ';" dames Margaret Carey, Mary
Woods, Eula M. Collins, Margaret r
Mrs. Annie L. Stephens,
general Mulllns, Cornelia Glenn, Vivian
chairman for the day, and '
P. Brunson, Beatrice Bruton,
Mrs. Ruth Scott, co-chairman, Mary Bell Marshall, Bessie Ker-
announced this week have that tho all bo, B. Louise Rolle, Catherine "Mr. Action" I
program committee gone
Cook E. Cutoner and Rev. T. A.
out to make' this the most outstanding -
Grand Wcrthy Patron ,,
woman's day in the
She entertained SUn-
was on
history of the church. The chair- .
day with a lavish dinner at the
men are asking the cooperation home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph tL I II
of the entire membership and Bradley, 2965 NW 82nd street I
their many friends. Theme: "The and on Monday by Heroine Ethel ?'.,: I
Challenge and Purpose For Wo- Johnson and her court. at 1442
men In Tomorrow's World. NW 3rd
You are especially Invited. Mrs. Thomas ave. left the city on Avoid Machine;Politics

Tuesday to fulfill a speaking engagement GROUP

TOOTHACHE. f fa Mwhut eta, Ncv. 15 scheduled at one of for the Sunday AME I SUPPORT VANl .

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CARDS-MEMORIALS In sad but loving memory of/I NOVEMBER 14, 1959 PAGE *7'

my husband, .. . .

CARD OF 'THANKS IN MEMORIAM House of Albert . . Tampa where burial will be conducted *
Nov. 10.

The family of the late CHARLES COOPER Mrs. Beulah Conley of 7Q2(
MRS. HILDA WILLIAMS who died Nov. 13 ''NW 20th ave., died at her dome Louis Seymour of 2269 NW
of $6481>la. Av$., Coconut Grove, Gone, but not forgotten Nov. 5. She is survived by her 57th st., died in Jackson Hospital
who departed this life Oct. 25, Pearl Cooper, wife husband, Ulysses; a sister; three on Nov. 6. He is survived by his
1959, wishes to express its deep Gladys Wallace, sister brothers; 2 step children and widow; Dorothy, a son, Joseph,
appreciation, and sincere thanks George Cooper, brother several other relatives. Funeral two brothers and other relatives;
to the many friends and neigh.. Timothy Cukner, uncle services will be conducted Saturday Chapel services will be conducted
bors who remembered them during a host of relatives and Nov. 14 at 1 pm. at New Nov. 14 at 1 pm. Rev. Henry
their through letters, cards, telegrams Rey. H. C. Samuels, assisted by be conducted in Lincoln.

Of condolences. floral pieces, donations r Rev. Thedford Johnson of St.
01 cars ahd the many personal .. t zl John Baptist Church, officiating John Foggie of 4622 SW' 23rdst.
expressions of sympathy ex sad but loving memory o a She will lie in rqpose at home ., West Hollywood, died at his
tended. our dear hu&baftd and father, from 5 pjm. Friday. Interment in residence. He is survived by one
r-, Paradise Memorial Gardens. daughter, Mrs. Rose Smith of
Special thanks to Bro. Peter Richmond Heights. Chapel services -
Davis, Bishop Jteseph Rolle, and Dave Davis r. of 1443-A NW were conducted on Nov. 10
the visiting bishops; the officers 1st place died Nov. 3. He was with burial In Evergreen" Memorial
and members of the Church ol sent to little Rock, Aric. Nov. 9 Cemetery.
God of Prophecy, Coconut Grove, were his survivors, parents; seven I
usher board No.1, Missionary sisters and two brothers reside Kenneth Lovett, the two year
Band, and choir No. 1 of Homestead and where funeral services andburial old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fluellen
Church of Cod of Prophecy, will take place. He is also Lovett of 6201 NW 17th ave., died
. the neighbors bf Florida Avenue; survived by his wife I at the residence' of his grandmother
and Bain FUneral Hcme for the JOSE TORRES at 7240 NW 19th ave oq
sllendid' service rendered. who dqjparted this life November Funeral services for Eddie Sunday morning Nov. 8. Chapel)

The Famly 9, 1057. Smith cf, 1740 NW 66th St. were services will be, conducted on
Henry Williams Sr., husband "God of the living, in whose eyes conducted Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. at Nov. 14 at 11 am. Rev. Samuel
Mrs, Betty Hiuff! daughter Unveiled Thy whole Creation Peaceful Zion Baptist Church, Gay will officiate. Burial will be
Henry Williams Jr., lies, Rev. C. P. Preston officiating conducted in Lincoln Memorial.
Timothy Williams, Sr., 1, kt All souls are Thine; we must not Burial In Lincoln Memorial
Wilbert Williams
sons That those are dead who pass Funeral services for Mrs. (Daughter/ of Mr. and Mrs. Troy

away; Thelma Davis who lived at 3304 Gore of 3255 Douglas Road, stillborn -
CARD OF THANKSThe From this our world of flesh set NW 51st St. were held in the at Kendall Hospital Nov. 9.

Iree. chapel at 10 ajn. Oct. 30. Rev. Graveside services, Nov. 11.
We know them living unto to
family of the late Otis Munday officiated. Her sur-
DEACON WILLIAM E. ffihee. Shirley Ann Dozier, daufbhtcr
vivors a mother father anda
are ,
HEPBURNwho May he rest in peace and light of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Dozierof
sister of allahasee. Interment in
departed this life on Nov.! perpetual shine upon him. Lincoln Memorial 3087 NW 50th St., died in
I 10, 1958. Mrs. Vivian Torres, wife, I Christian Hospital, Nov. 11.
May he rest in peace and light Graveside services Nov. 13.
of and
The infant son Mr. Mrs
perpetual shine upon him. IN MEMORIAM Fred Jackson' of 3035 NW 51st
Mrs. Clotilda Hepburn wife
St. died in Jackson Memorial Seniors . .
4 And family .', ,. ....... .... .. Hospital Oct. 30 and was laid to
rest Nov. 3. Funeral services for Charles
K IN MEMORIAMIn Harris of Perrine will be held on

loving memory of our beloved F' ''Infant Tenner, daughter Qf Friday morning at 10 o'clock in
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Tenner of the chapel with the Rev. C. C
a r 10771 SW 150th Terr., Richmond McClary officiating.
arr '8'11 Heights' died in Mt. Sinai Hospital -
Nov. 2, burial Nov. 6. Funeral services for West Law-
;I ASf rence of Homestead, will be held

", __ Julius ell 1524 NW Saturday, 2 pjm. in the Home
' . 62nd Terr, died at his home November stead Ch pel. Mr. Lawrence was
1'I 6, He is survived by hh a pioneer citizen of Dade County
wife; five small children; mother and was formerly employed by
.' ". and several sisters and brothers. the city. He is survived by hI
':- \.:' I'" p Funeral arrangements are incomplete wife, Bessie, a son Ike, and one
: 11 daughter, Mrs. Doretha Payne of
.. ." ,\ ; Liberty City.
: I Albert Langley of 1310 NW

_.. '_m__ I .t i Range . 5th ave., died Tuesday, Nov. 10
.i after a sort period of illness He
DANIEL ROZIER ; Mrs. Gertrude Horn of Tampa, is survived by his,sister, Ivy, two
who died on Oct. 16, and was : ' I died at the residence cf her brothers. Funeral will be held

laid to rest on Oct. 23. Appreciation grandson, Atty. II. H. Arrington. Sunday at Cordeale, Ga.
and thanks to you for your ., 1871 NW 55th St., where she had
expressions of sympathy by acts 4 been visiting for several week.
of kindness, cards, floral tributes Her passing occurred on Friday,
and telegrams. MRS.'JENNIE VERONIA Nov. 6. Besides her grandson. she TIGER IS
.It. WALKER Is survived by her daughter, Mrs.
It will be always rememberedwith 'j iln laving rememfbrpnce of a Rfutoye Arrington of Tampa. She
deepest gratitude. devoted mother who departed this was sent on Saturday night to COMING1c
Special thanks to the Range life Nov. 13, 1954

Funeral. Home, .relatives. neigh- May she rest in peace.
oors ana many menus YVONNE LOCKHART ADAMS I Thomasena G. Walker,

May God bestow blessings upon who departed this life Nov. 13, daughter
each of you. 1958. Thomas H. Walker, son

Mrs. Doris Rozier, wife Then when on earth I ,breathe no
Ravan Daniel Rozier, son more IN MEMORIAMIn
Rosie Lee Rozier, mother The oft mixed with tears
prayer memory .of the late,

before _.
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CARD OF THANKSWe I'll ffinig upon a happier shore,
They will be done. M
the family of the late, The Family _


In loving memory of our beloved

MRS. SARAH WANNAMAKERwho : : :ieurn -
passed away in November, -

: There is a rose beyond the wall, It". I7th AYCVUI? K1AMI,FLORIDA M.... OX'''''1. OX I4S4IOMT
and that rose is you.

We miss you, dear M4 AUwB KM*.,O...,i n. "'.... *'..... m-\t-t..jrr-Ttit .....
We love you, but God loves you .
best. 1.IIt
Bettye Wheeler, daughter
Flossie Rogers, sister
And FamilyOrange

I Is our aim to render k conscientious. servic

Blossom Reasonable in price and satisfactory In every detail

r Classic Housing I


:....'..' Anyone having a good clean MRS. BERTHA REDMANho
room for rent for Dec 8
.. -' passed away November 11,
...q'f:. and 6 please contact any of :958.

MRS. MENA SAMUELStake the committee or hare your Gone but not forgotten Sleep
m and take your rest. We love /
sin- accommodation
this method to express registeredby
cere thanks and apprecation to calling) .you.W1but God Redman loves husband
our many friends who were to
Huth Jefferson daughter
kind during our ,bereavement FR 7-4873 ,
Special thanks for your cards, .
NORTH'S (Mrs Price and Family
flowers telegrams, donation of
Mrs. Patterson and Family
cars cash donations and other h
: Gecrge, Ellis and Oscar
Williams, brothers
Special thanks also to Rev. I Charles' North Garth C. Re VM

James Poltier for te eulogy, and, Charles' Had ley !Samuel Cohen MORTICIANS

last but not least, our courteousand Charles' Loekhart Dr. 't. p. Davie Join The NAACP
Phone 1-7670
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MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE NorthwesternPTA \J1U l UU! UIllU,me 'me,mnllil'tfl"'l\rru l.IIU l. 'I'lt1' ..JIft'l

18 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1959 "wr:
Celebrates !AEW 'l
Off Monday night, Nov 18, the LI8eITY
PTA of Northwestern school will
In-Around The Bahamas hold\ its monthly meeting In the DA.V'T"a- Y'"
auditorium. An
discussion will, be interesting presented panel by OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
-- By A. H. McKENZIE
the students under the directionof
__or ......... J Mrs.. 'Dorothy' Newton, chairman

of the program cJcmnrmlttee, FRIDAY SATURDAYS
Attorney Turnquest --
for" the PTA The theme for
who went to England in 1957 and American
Education Week is
entered Lincoln's Inn for a threeyear Broward -t, "' '' ,,, '' "Praise ,Bind. Appraise Your,
course to become a barris- i
: ", '
ter-at-law, took the examinationlast " e

month before returing to County j' . ,. 'I' All parent and friends are,Invited -
Nassau. He has been: informed by ( ." 'to dme out and hear this
cable from London that he has NewsBy . .. ," discussion. . .w_
passed successfully, and he will! ,II. . '\.
return to England in the near '
future to be called to the EnglishBar FLORAL HEIGHTS. ELEM. .. s
Walter Bowe
as a barrister W JJJ, PLUS
H The monthly -PTA meeting was --

The $3,000,000 Grand Bahama ................._.-- .....................-- held Tuesday; Nov:; 10.. T h espeaker
Club is reaching its final stagesof was MRS Hazel Troy,I
A Night In Nassau" will be reading supervisor. She gave I
construction and will be ready given( at the home of Mrs. Faye many interesting points on teaching
for the winter season. It is the Clare 3917 SW 28th St.
Hyde the pre-school child at home. i
largest and resort. hotel in the Baha- Park, Saturday night, Nov. 14 for Our vice president, Mrs. Ross, 1IIpd
mas one of the most luxur- the benefit of the organ fund of I is 111. We wish her a speedy re- .
ious in the world. The 350-room
St. Anne's Episcopal Church, covery. w
building is on a 2,000-acre tract. Haillandale. There will be sale
There is a yacht basin with a and many games. Prizes will be The safety committee will
capacity of 100 boats, a dining given away. have a candy drive to raise money
room with a seating capacity of to purchase
450, a convention pavillion, a Mrs. Jbhn Outler, West Holly- patrol. The cooperation of the SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY .
grand ballroom and other fail wood reported that she enjoyed entire community !is requested in
ties. the weekend she spent in this project.
Nassau, Bahamas.Congratulatiicns. Grace Albert, principal '

Lady to Arthur 13 female presented nurses certificates and <' to BemenWells Farley G. W Kilpatrick Neasman,, president reporter I, J N SAXON N NUN ' V \Some guys

one male nurse at graduation exercises on the opening of his new Suit taker
held at Princess Margaret> 8 Rock Pool Room and Oozy Tav 4 what they
Hospital on Oct. 30. The invoca- AIR CONDITIONEDBUNCHE, I
ern and Lounge' between 52ndand I IAlt "
tion madge was Sands.offered Ten by of the the Rev.graduates Tal-.. 54th aves. on Pembroke Rd. A tit :; -( \ want .
When you are out, stop ,at the J T
and staff
nurses place where old friends meet. :
were awarded (prizes. THEATRE OPA LOC%A ;

Conrgratulations Mrs. Rosa- SUN. THRU WED. H s::1v _
!Maxwell J.
Thompson actlngsolicitor : lie Gillard on her new dressmaking Jack Palance
general represented his business at 2313 SW 48th Jeff Chandler t
Excellency the Governor at the
official Catholic Remembrance avers "TEN SECONDS TOHELL" PLUS -
Day Mass at St. Francis I
:Mrs. Freddie Craig of W est
on Nov. 8. "A PRIVATE'S
Hollywood! ,, was among the graduates Plus

Mrs. Percival DarviUe, 35, died of Sunlight Beauty School 1 The Legend of Tom
on Sunday at Mt Zion Baptist
at the Princess
Margaret Hos Dooley
Church in Miami. She is THURSDAY'For
an operator -
pital Nov.
on 2, She is survived
at Eleanor's Salon) of
by her husband, Percival, a ten-
Beauty in West Hollywood, 4444
day-old"baby and
her other children SW im st. Phone YU 3-9259. girl who was ever
parents, five sisters and Air Conditioned every

three brothers.held at Funeral St. se1"Vlceswere Send your news to Walter A. involved with older man.
Church, the Rev. Michael MattheVa Bowe, 4444 SW 17th St., West i CAPITOLTHEATRE an .. I
officiating. Eldon Hollywood, or cal YU 39613.The COIKMIA HCTUBU......... I

The Chief Justice had chairman and co-chairman SAT. MIDNITE (KIM FREDRIC 1
to no mind for Woman's Day at Mt. Zion Sun., Mon., Tuet., Wed.
graham dispense in the mercy to Sameul In- AME Church wish to thank all 1 INOV. 16.16 17.18 NOVAK MARCH !

Nov. 3. Convicted Supreme of Oourt on who helped to make the programa ." t' "", . ". .. ,
killing James Sophia Loren '
McKInney great success: Mrs. Grant was ; ;j > ,
while speeding in a car: jo'"
in awarded the crown. Rev. W. H. 'THAT KIND OFWOMAN" .':, < ,'" : { f
public a manner" "dangerous to the Wilson, pastor; Mrs. Alice Gay, r ,,' F. I A I
Ingr&hamts cjounsel, L. chairman ". . . .
O. Plndlln, made a strong rec ; Mildred James, re- Mamie Van Doren 1). "t. I
ommendation for mercy. Ingrt- "Girl Town" 33 UNO*rAMCU.AlMOrt MKWU.MMTM MUMI'lM wit i
ham was sentenced to do tow ;' -LEE PHILIPS '
years In prison.Y's Informal Clases '" .......*,*PADDY CHAYEFSKV..*_.... :

At 'Carver YMCA r./Mw*GEORGE.JUSTIN. .- M-*-otxeorr MANN !
Men's ---
:Project is
A series of informal classes RITZTHEATRE
Worthy Renefit have been scheduled at the YMCA PLUS -
Classes in bridge and whist havealready
Youths from all over the Miami I begun and is being held
area will benefit from the proceeds in the Adult Game Room each NOW SHOWING
of the Christens Tree Saleswhich Wednesday evening at 8 parr THRU WED. THE MASTER MINDNIK6ehlnd amilllondonar

is being sponsored by..thf'Y's The informal class in Conversational ..
YMCA.Men's Club .of Carver Branch Spanish began last Saturday "Five Pennies" CRIME!!!
and will last through Dec.
The .general 12., It is a six week activity which Louis Armstrong
is being offered for both youth
this have cause an cportunity by ,purchasing to help trees I Iq and adults at two separate per "Edge of The City"

right in the community at the iods.Classes Sidney Poltler,
are scheduled for
branch. It Is
sincerely hoped tha(
adults at 2 pjm. through 3:30
each family will buy a tree frotn
1 and for
the Y'S Men's Club and pan youngsters from 10
thousands arm through 11:30: each Satur
of kids
to grow up' ''
healthy and happy. day at the Carver branch YMCA Beautiful Home 011

Pay'your deposits on a tree to- instructors Competent have and been exeperienced obtainedfor Your Lot

day. The trees will arrive not all of these classes. All Interested
later, than Dec. 15 and will be on desirous lftv thu
persons of taking xucv
on grounds of the Carver: tills much needed musical
y, 5770 NW 15th are.Y '
course are invited to attend. The 5 ,
YMCA te. a member of the United v
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Christmas Tree Sales t.Help Fight TB'X I 1
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Use Christmas Seals' Complete building MrVI.


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Call OXford 6.0231 1MNOW New Horn




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(Formerly Tuxedo Seafood Palace) 9'if Qt5aQ7NETS6171

Featuring Louise Romer cooking those delicious

Shrimp, ,Chops, Steak and Chicken rnmV ID 3m 9xc

685r'NW: ::15th Ave. OX'l.9773. Th KEI1NaWDES SUSAN CABOT ,

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Refreshments will be served FREE. Mr. ,Davidow will be there to greet you land how you,through the '
Model Home, located at ,1440 N.W. 60th Street.

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647'Palermo Avenue, Coral.Gables Phone HI 8-1119

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The ,Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE FOR RENT ,* FOR SALE'''

20 SATURDAY, JNOVEMBER '14, 1959 I'5 and 8-room houses, private Dry Cleaning and Laundry NEW
business (good+ l location 544 NW
baths, $20 and $25; 3- 14th st,,Alter 2:30: pan. Indt STORE ,BUILDING
room apartment $12. City
FURNISHED 3-bedroom h use in water hot and cold. Near I LOT. Size 50x140, In Carver Ran- Apartment house and
Opa Locka, 2470 NW 155th Terr., ches. (West' Hollywood.) A nice ..
LOVELY Bunche Park area. Desire quiet school, 2415 NW 50th St.' key lot, next'to corner. Cash orterms Industrial area
working family Quiet and private If terms, small down pay- Terrific location fort :' ,..
N21 , '?
51322. v
surroundings.; For information Phone HI 4-1154 or MO ment, MU -
indi Grocery Meat Sundry- i> .
call NA 1-6654. .
1-1283 after six WANTED Fish Vegetable Office' '

HOMES PARTLY FURNISHED. 3-bed- HELP WANTEDMASTER or any business. Plus 'liVingquarters
room house and 1-room apt. TWO FURNISHED: Duplex. apts, BARBER Near bus line and school. Phone TWO bedrooms. For Information shop. Phone NE 3-3900.
OX 60509. IKDF fihcne> Matthew's Grocery OX x Good Terms
1-5411 6981 NW ,15th ave POSITION WANTED Sale Rent
FOR SALEIn 2-BEDROOM APT. Living room, KINDERGARTEN Teacher.. Has or ,.
bath and kitchen. Stove :and refrigerator 'A SMAlL furnished house with 2 years college training Call SEE s.
furnished. 3028 NW private kitchen and bath. Near OX 1-7694. Lane Of'
Northwest55th 52nd st. Phone NE 4-3933. three bus lines. 1027 NW 55th st. 357 N.W.' 22nd
Phone PL 8-3817. ..
St. AreaLow NEWLY 'FURNISHED Rooms Negro men and women. We ;CALL OR WRITE, :
kitchen 1835 NW
with privilege
NOTICE as learn. Phone FR
pay you
4th ave. PL 8-4151. N28 4-1501. WEEKS & WEEKS
There will be a consecration
ONE-BEDROOM APT. Furnished. meeting at 345 NW 9th street
Call OX 14514. apt. 15 beginning at 8 p.m.' Thurs- UpholsteryWe REALTORSPL
day night Nov. 19. Sister Edna cover all type of furnitureat 8.2511
ROOM. 141 NW 9th St. See Miss Fields In charge. Friends are Invited a reasonable 'price Sunbright
Montgomery, Apt. 1. D5 to attend these weekly Upholstering! Work 1449 NW 3rd 5600 N.E. 2nd Ave.
meetings. ave., phone FR 7-1239. D5 iIiSU'--

INFORMATIONFor .. ......... ..................................................11 'IIY'/1'1'Ir 11'/1'f+9/.7r.M9
a Clean Comfortable t i";'j'U'Y"::ti: .\."/:":...":/:.*...\...\..............Ly..:.....:....:.::...:..::....:.::....I.....:..::.....:..;....J...._.;..:;...;..:;...;..:;...:..;;....:.;................................/......-.......-MI .
Down Payments ROOM

Easy Monthly Terms Also Downtown furnished(Adults house Location) for rent I: Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From Iiu

0 C-Barber at 321 NW 16th St. tl
Only 1 Mortgage u
2-BEDROOM apts. in choice LIb- Eu
erty City area. Refrigerator stove
and water free. Also furnished "
1-toedroom apts. 844 NW 70th st. s
on premises. indf
Third Ave.Realty

FURNISHED ROOMS in quiet ;4' '

home, 2161 NW 56t St. NE 4-5025. I n3 I".

FURNISHED 1-bedroom apt., tn3
near buses and shopping. Adults,I l \ 1tt G t:
1225 NW 56th St. NE 56779. rI"t3
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3-ROOM APT. 467% NW 14th ..n 'In3
Ave. ,
NW 3rd
742 St. with hot water. Phone OX '
: 1-0914. : ; :j: 'I

4-3297 _ _
FR CLEAN Furnished rooms, near ? r L' .1 r,
dtowfntown.! Telephone, TV 'kit- a w 8
AND chen ,privilege; off-street parking, .t.. :'S+ S Pe e'55 1 ltl r
to $12.00 weekly. .
adults only. $8.00 !
NE 4-0394 Call FR 4-2708 or apply 527 -iLL _
NW 5th ave. .u3. : <.v r _
u _ P
S. Hutcheson, Jr. ROOM IN private hcme. Use of {'1 !
facilities. Owner'works.. Right .u
RegisteredReal place for right, person. NE 5-8915, ..., r i
w aw% ; +.xvw. d e wYw'waA..aM* M+xJK
Estate Broker 1960 NW 58th St. .

City phone PL 7-1907

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DANCE f' Close to the large 163rd St. Shopping (Center. City water, buses,
SADIE HAWKINS ,,1' churches, not a wooden house in this quiet area. No closing costs. Move

NOVEMBER 20, 1959 10 p.m. until i pt i' right in. Open this Sunday 1.5 p.m. See 1570 N.E. 154th St. 1481 N.E.
3t 151st,Terrace
1436 N.E. 153rd Terrace.
535 CLUB I I
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$1.25 Advance $1.50 at Door 1
I !K Open Sunday 1.5 p.m. CBS home. B-3 lot Liberty City. Corner-Size
TICKETS MAY BE SECURED THROUGH MEMBERS jj Must sell. See 1848 NW 57th St. City 70 ft. x 136 ft. Close to 62nd St. and
Aurdey |lB. ;Williams, president ; Katie Arnold Geneva, Bethel ;Ih water, paved streets, front and rear Stevens Market. Open to offers. Terrific -
Althmenla Coachman Jackie Daniels, Arleen Williams, Alex 3 4t ,screened porches. Landscaped.' All . location. Hurry!
Ine Delancy Giusle Irvin, :Clara Knight MaVgarea Ralford, $ furnished, 2bedroom, no closing
i 2-bedroom CBS. Tile roof. Close in.Clossd .
Barbara +iRogers. jj 1l costs. 4% percent 1st mortgage. Also
Garage, front jalousied porch,
awarded to the Male 'land Female dressed In te includes insurance and taxes.
Prizes will be Jj y4 den. Beautiful l large lot. All landscaped.
most creative Dogpatch ,attire. ;Judges will select winners 'l Nice area. All cash to an FHA
Opa Gorgeous Beauties
.Mi igigwww l MMMMWM M'ItI'PN.....1.WCC> >.*.IWP 1 f1t Brand new 3-bedroom CBS Homes mortgage. Will not last long. Hurry!

; Only $795 Down Beautiful Duplex

Ili Has built in oven and range. All large Near N.W. '7th Ave. Shell's Market.

TV SICK ?- bedrooms, living room, dining 'room, City water, utility for each apart
;X utility. One payment to bank each ,ment, 1 side furnished, other has
lb month. Open Sunday 1 to 5. See stove and refrigerator. One year new.
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1t "Andy" at 2100 N.W. 153rd Street. Total 'price $15,000; 47x 142 lot.

SAME DAY SERVICE Brand New 3-bedroom ,CBS Homes
ALL MODELS CBS 3-bedroom Only $995 Down '
$695 Down
lt See 3091 3099 N.W. 58th Sreet

Picture Tube Special n3 See 5036 ,N.W. 23rd Ave. Corner. Shower doors, Venetian blinds, utility ,
aI newly painted outside. Stove' and re 'Large deep'lot; No closing costs. .

17.inch-$22.95 21-lnch--$29.95 lit frigera.tor.: Large front porch.Do .
Only $795 DownSee

.- U ,you have a. lot you would like to Track at 1946 N.W. 152nd Terr.,

SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 ;2t ls sell fast? All cash? Call us. We have Opa Locka Beauty. Open Sunday 1-5
'l builders who will buy. Best prices Florida '
p.m. room, built-in oven and
Nite No
Calls Our Specialty- Extra Charges
obtained. Call
t range.. Custom built. Gorgeous I II
Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph .
Records All late hits. Special-3 for ,$1.00 S

Vets Radio & TV Co. I FAR REALTY .

i We are open every dt.J',9 to 6 p.m. including Simda:,s

;lk 2Q1. N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL
S39. N.W..3rd Ave.: : ,' "
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