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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 21, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00677
Source Institution: University of Florida
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''l I Bethel A.M.E. Host to. I Prairie View to Play ,WEEK.OPINION NEXT 'I r,,.

Florida Attorney General Rich

I i South Florida Conference FAMU in ClassicARSON Thursday ard Ervin its tax told supported that Dade it must County'public Integrate -

facilities, ibut he also added that
Tuesday with an all-day sessionof I Undefeated and untied Prairit overnight integration is not required -.
the Women's Missionary Society 1 I View College of Texas has been and a slow and gradual. ipr
Mrs. Beatrice Greene, I I selected as the opponent of the 'gram should be worked out so
Episcopal supervisor for the district SUSPECTEDIN Florida A and M Rattlers in the as not to "upset the community'" f
in attendance and Mrs. I Orange Blossom Classic here How this opinion will strike
Mamie Cousin, conference president FIREFire Dec. 5.Mctro. local NAACP officials will depend . p
of the Women's Missionary to a large extent en an I
Society in charge. early Tuesday destroyed a The Panthers have won eight opinion by county Attorney Dar-
The opening session will be home in an Integrated neighbor- straight and are leading the pack rey Davis who will answer the
held at 10 a on. Wednesday with i hocd from which the white fam- for national honors Prairie View NAACP's demand for integration
I Bishop Greene presiding I ily had been driven by threats of beat Florida 26-8 in last year's next 'week, ,
The annual sermon will be violence. Police suspect arson. Classic to claim the national The "slow" and "gradual" integration t
a P livered by Rev. F. E. Albert Barrow, his wife, and championship.FAMU has been spot
de-I a sore
their four children moved from
pastor of Mt. Hermon
with NAACP since the U.S.
Church, Ft. Lauderdale on their hme at 3166 NW 58th S!, has won' seven games ever
Court used the
nesday evening: at 8 c'clock 10 days ago alter weeks of harassment without' defeat so far and facea "with Supreme all deliberate speed" in term its
The local welcome program by prowlers and anony- strong Southern Universityteam historic 1054 decision.
will be held, with many digna- mous hone calls. at Tallahassee tomorrow. The county's idea of, a slow

I taries giving words of welcometo -- - and gradual integration will depend -
the visitors, including Mayor
on whether a federal suit \
s High and many ethers. will be filed against Dade tor
i"!'oly Conrcmunicn: will be administered
Hit-Run Driver Leaves
immediate Integra tic' n of all pub
at 830
: a.m Thursday
lic tax supported facilities : '
which is
Thanksgiving morning.
The committee that met with'
Bishop S. L. Greene will deliver
Davis and County Manager OW.
the message on Sunday at Critical Campbell 10 days ago will arrange -
BISHOP. L. GREENE 11 am. and will read the appointments Boy another conference
in the early evening
I L Bishop Davis issues his opinion next .
The"a9th "' __-f"O'- "-'lC-: _fl._. _ J week
annual session c: the ''police are searching: fora :
' South Florida Annual 'Confer- CROSS BURNERS hit-and-run driver who struckan Ervin ruled that U. S. Supreme .
,I-i' ence of the 11th Episcopal Dis- yi 11-ye-ar-Ud' boy with a pickup Court has allowed considerabV; : I J.l
trict of the African Methodist ray GET JAILSENTENCES truck at NW 22nd ave. and latitude in such'cases to local officials t
Episcopal; Church will be held 70th st. Wednesday. seeking: to solve the race 111 t ,
next week Ncv. 24-29 with the Alvin Bates, 2163 NW 69th mixing problem.I I I I I. .
Presiding Elder, Rev W B. Coffey Three young white Miami, men Lane, is in critical condition at They are allowed "to adjust as
( the pastor, Rev. S. A. Cousin, received four-day Jail sentencesthis Jackson Memorial Hospital with moderately' and reasonably as
officers, members and friends of week ,for a cross.burningwhich a skull' fracture. Metro Investi- possible so as not to create pub-
Greater Bethel AME Church the Judge recognized as a I gator John Nelson appealed/ fcr lic unrest or Inflame the t(;eoplo
acting as host. prank but "one that is very nformatlon from a missing ''Wit- unnecessary," Ervin said. ,
This is the largest conferencein harmful and dangerous to the ness who saw' the truck strike Ervin did not believe the courts I i
the llth Episcopal District community the youth and even obtained will want to change things ;
which comprises the entire state The youths were cauht Nov part -of' the license. abruptly and cause community
cif. Florida and is supervised by fMi 1 1 8 in the act cf trying to fire upa Another witness said the driver discord, realizing that any tran-
Bishop S. L Greene, Senior crude, 4%-toot cross on the sition has to be :put on a gradual I
Bishop of the AME church and Northwestern Senior High School basis I

his charming wife, Mrs P. Bea- : st) r campus. at NW 10th ave. and
trice Greene. 69th st.They. t
Ministers and friends from all were Stanley R. Kllbrin, af: the ,pick-up truck' apparently y
over Florida and other states 20, 185 NE 130th ,St., William knew he struck the boy even
will be in attendance next weekto Carroll, 18, 508 NW 03rd st. and though the accident occurred ina
this conference. Charles Tuchton'ot 1790 NW blinding rain. The driver look-
Bishop E. C. Ua her and :er- 03rd at. ed out his window, but aped

haps other bishops and high "I consider.,.this a prank but a away from the scene, the witness
ranking officers of the church are
expected to be in attendance.The REV. 8. A. COUSIN very serious one and cne that is said
I harmful to the the
conference will start on HOlt Pastor judge saidGet. community 0 ,

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Killers of Grocer PAROLE LifeNO FOR fI L I,I :;!:

Claims Police Brutality; TRIGGER Theodore Wilson MAN, youthful

trigger man in the robbery murder -
of White Miami 1
an aged gro- y
cer, can look to spend the rent t ,
Sues for $100,000A of is, life in prison.
The 24-year-old Wilson, of .:, i
2110 NW 3rd ave., stood stolidlyas .4 \ r
damage suit was filed ths! stabbed beaten and handcuffed." Circuit Judge John Prunty a oj<
week against South Miami and I It further said that the city and ordered that he never be eligible! :.. ,
Dade County by a man who isexpected county were negligent in employing for .pardon or parole "' >.".. ii
to seek $100,000 for I "incompetent and unfit Wilson's two companions in .' ,. "'7fi''I /!', . ,: tf.
mistreatment while he was being agents" which resulted in Grif the hold-up slaying got life sen- ..I
questioned in a murder case. fin's false irrrprissnment: and tences also. They are Thedis ,. .
Attorney Ellis .Rubin is filing that the action caused Griffin Maxie, 17, of 1974 NW 5th court, ,
the suit in behalf of Fred Griffin great humiliation and embarass- and James Geter, 20, of 220 NW \ . i'
of 8151 SW 63rd Terrace, who, ment, mental suffering and physical 16th It.Victim'. \
according to the charge, was injury. In the slaying was 1tJ. 'if''
taken to the South: Miami police friendly 70-year-old Samuel Cot- ""l _
Five thousand dollars is the min- zin who ran a store at
his grocery 14
October 2 "against '
station last HERB ADDERLY
imum figure in such cases, butGrilfin' 1501 NW 5th ave. lie was shct explosive
will, wrongfully and without reason junior left halfback for the -
attorney Is said to be dawn as he walked away from -
askin 'damages in excess of that I the robber Cotzin was partially Michigan State Wolverines will 4
Griffin was arrested and ques- will seek in be the man to watch tonight in .rI a,
He $100,000
the murder'of Paul amount, deaf and it is ,believed he did not I
tioned about I the
Orange Bowl when the Hurricanes -
his argument when the case Is hear the robbers
Allenbaugh hardware merchant.He tried.A order to stop. take on their Big Ten ,.....---
was released'withoqt charges rivals Adderly hat caught 10
being filed, after an hour and a Metro detective who is saidto PREFER MIXED passes for 241 yard and lead BLANCHE MARTIN, Michigan -
half, it is reported.:: have been present at the South SCHOOLS TO. the team In rushing with 380 State starting fullback: will Yy''
Paul Bush, 31, another Negro, Miami! 'police station during the yards Adderly Is from Philadelphia be; playing his last game of his
has been charged with the murder questioning, i is reported to have NO SCHOOL via Delray, Fla college career tonight. A triple
stated that Griffin was a suspect, threat back. Martin has rushedfor
//The suit states that Griffin was "but he was not touched or mIs- Tallahassee The Florida 246 yards and does the team's
tfalsely arrested deprived of his treated at all. He never had Children's Commission this week I favor maintaining the public punting. He's 'food' in his bookstoo
freedom and civil liberties, was I andcuffs on." He said the accusation said a poll; it made shows 69 per school system even though the a straight A student in his

threatened, assanUedj ftruck, I. wu phony.: cent of the persons in Florida schools: are integrated dentistry course. .......


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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples! Newspaper" North Dade PTA to I popular Miami lass will be featured All parents andWATCH interested
PAGE 2 SATURDAY \NOVEMBER 21 1959 guest' among a host of tal- sons in the per-
Give Fashion TeaThe ented models. Everyone is invited I invited to attend ccmmunitly are in

... ................... ....... to attend. Won't you come out i iI
N NNNNN.H................NN...n PTA of North Dade High and give the North Dade PTA I I
School will present a Fashion your coorjeraticn.) FOR
Tea, Sunday Nov. 22 from 4-6 The regular meeting will be heldin
Around Miami, p.m. in the school auditorium the auditorium NoV 23 at C STYLE O RAMA
The tea is being held to benefitthe p.m. A thangsgiving program has

Drive for Band Uniforms A been planned for your enjoyment. Holmes Elementary ,PTA

By DAVE ( Mr
awing) -----

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TIME IS GETTING very short .. Makes food taste just naturally better!

for you have only one more weekto
get the name cl the man you I
would like to choose for your Un-
official Mayor. He will be In thrace our city in every neighborhood, ,
against cur present Mayor, to a certain degree.
Charles Hadley. Send the namesof -
your candidate to me care of PRETTY RL the Week:
the Miami Times, 6740 NW 15th Louise Martin . Pretty Boy of naturalAgas
ave. the Week: J. O. Brown . secretary I
Bibb. of the Week: Mrs. Mary

JUANITA GREEN'S story about r I
slums, garbage and owners getting QUICK NOTES: You can tell '
rich Is quite a story. Plus,
that the season is on way.
she hopped en Bonded Collection Eddie Piier is back in town (he 1

for Agency,being, as in if was their What fault is ley the Gaines drummer) appearing man with at Porky'sin Stan- no other fuel gives you every advantage. .

Miss Green said makes a whole Fort Lauderdale.
lot of sense, but there are a few fast. clean. safe. economical
important things that she missed.It SLIM AND PORTIA Bannisterhas . . .
is all right for any reporter to leased Walker's Grocery

write about things they see . I Store on 15th ave., and as . and fully automatic!
do it too . but she doesn't Chickie Horne would say, "Baby,
know about these things from "
it looks like cne super market.
the inside., First she would haveto It is rumored that they will callit
be a Negro, and live among "
"Convenient No. 2.
the people; second, she would Take a tip from the world's great chefsgo

hare to go over to Mrs. Gins- CAUGHT A GLIMPSE of AI gas! No matter what you want to .;,
berg's house and scrub floors all Miller at Vivian Perkins eatery I cook, you'll get better results witha
day; next she would have t.) (Carver Lounge) at 2:30: in the I new automatic natural gas range!
know what it is to be hungry pjm eating, ham and eggs and There's no waiting around for burners
and 'broke most of the time. She And breakfast ? ? ?
grits. and ovens to warm up. . natural gas starts
would' also have to know* that >
the majority of Negroes in Miami Wilscn What are driving they doing furniture Dept.:truck Flip to cook the instant you turn the dial.
cannot get a decent job. The number of heat selections is .
. The Big M sewing at home
Just suppose I owned a group . Curt Harmon on 2-week vacation unlimited, so no heat's wasted. Yes,
of apartments. Being a Negro, . Nat Jones at Studio 2 natural gas is just naturally better!
would she attack me in the same . Ernie Buska of the Palms in
manner? Suppose I asked Joe Hallandale getting ready to opena
Louis to collect rent for me . Country Club for the Sepia
would that make him a Luther
professional patrons.
Brooks? What about all elf the
other rental agencies' in town,
are they Immune to our local '
? "better late than never." I must. :
newspapers .
mention Lillie C. Evans School, .
Yes, Mrs. Green is a brilliant
and the fine lunch they served for
reoorter but to bring' fcrth the
facts you must know everything American Education Week. The
lunch consisted cf roast turkey
pbout which you are writing,
q'' with dressing', string beans, boil-
fTim both e* of the question.Of .
course she his; done quite a ed potatoes, muffins, salad, cake
and some fine compact little en-
bIt of research and has come up
with some good Tjoint but what tertainment. Eb nezer Edwards
acted as M.C. and the /rrinctoal,
she missed was spending a weekor
Mrs. Elease Gill, made an open-'
two in our slum areas.
!ng speech . short and seet. L'
A let of these; mennle( come (from } ,
The luncheon: was attended by : ;
rural areas of Georgia, Alabama
Miami Times Edltcr, IK E. S.
HI'I.4II'rpL' : North and South ?r.
Carolina. Many are accustomed to Reeves, Charlie North, Raphu
shacks An'" nut-houses. Finally, Williams, Oscar Range, O'Berry
of the O'Berry Driving! School, '
they make the b's move and come '
to M'nm'' ', or'Ime: other metropolitan Rev H McNeal Harris of St.
c'tv.' They move Into James AME Church, Yours Trul"' !
and several others.
apartments and to see the "privv"Jn Johnson cf
Miami made the
, the house: is really paradise. pictures. I "
Thev dcn't have a credit reference As for Lillie C. Evans Elemen- ;,
so C thv move into a furnished tary, it Is a beautiful school. It isI I
apartment with the option too bad that all of cur schools ,
to ,huv the( furniture and this is aren't as well equipped as this '
to thorn like moving into the one. Of course, I always called : :"
Eden Roc. it the "Jim Jam Elementary
Therp awo' so many sides to the School, even long before it hid
story wh!"h includes culture, ed- it's name, simply because it was ,"
nmH-n', I cord. \ Irths. prooer foods, built near the new: defunct Jim as
c'othing, n'tatlon.' cleanliness, Jam Club. And M-s. Gill gets

mM'ton! n-i tha 'roioer: bringing angry with me but she smiles .. ; ,g ,..A.
un, i-it ohHren! Community pride when she scolds me, so I don't ;
his a lot to Ho with this sltoathn mind it.Visit '
and other th'n' tSf "Htv set rM of its slums. ItIsn't er schools in community.. Let
< *hf f foil1 of anv one collectln the children know that we are
atrency for T don't believe interested in what they are de-
that anv r'f them condone this ing.inj1. ..
k'nrf of living' but the fault lies, :
mainly! with the people themselves MAYME HAS something on. .or
I am not making excuse! the fire for the teenagers of our _
for the >e conditions but merely city, but she won't tell me what \ .t..
p-intJn* out the, facts as they are. it is. If you see her walking with ;
They should not exist, but they one arm /behind her back, you h ( AGE FOR SPECIALISTSIDon't
do. knew I twisted it . so I could
The old saving "When In Romedo tell you what is going on. You tie yourself' wllly-nllry to one
as the Romans do" applies know I like to keep you informed. -
acro. -the
here. The newcomer sees the old- board strvlc when
timer throw 'garbage in the court there are 'o many things today

;yard, so they figure it is the com- PLEASE LISTEN to Ray which gal does ao much bettarl.
mon !practice. Now ask ourselves, Charles' new album. It is called
the permanent residents of Miami, "The Genius of Ray Charles." He ,
hew can we help? How can we sings "It Had to be U" like you
teach these people our way of never heard it before. That boy
life? Who of us will form an educational is a genius, for real! He has a
program? Find that hit on his hands You can get it Just naturally better for the BIG home services
answer and our city will have no at Variety Record Shops . Till -
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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" PAGE 31 Hurricanes To Take Sports and :t

' On TonightA Michigan State Scholastic Chatter

; crowd cif more than 50,000 JonesHiHIgh' 25-Carver 0
Jans will see the University of Lincoln Memorial 39-Plnellaa :3
L GRANDOPENINGr Miami intersectional football Mays 26-BT. Washington 0
battle with Michigan State of the Booker High 34-Dunbar High 0
Btu Ten Friday night in the Orange Howard ''Blake 39-Mlddleton 6
Bowl Northwestern 26-Dlllard 6
Fans who go to the game will
see two teams which are now The big date for high school
bowl contenders. Michigan Stateis football in Florida this season
:presently tied for the Big Ten will come Dec. 3. On that date
championship and has a chanceto Howard W. Blake High schcol,
CLUB PALACE win the Rcse Bowl bid. having closed their season with
Miami, by Its brilliant showing I 39-6 win over Middleton to assure -
in its last two games, and win- them of championship hon-
ner of Jive games. so far on its ors in the Big "9" South Confer-
/ glant-klMing schedule, is now be- ence, will meet the champions of
ing considered as an Orange the Big "9" North Conferencefor
the championship. of Class A
Miami's Newest and Most Beautiful Nite Club Bowl Also game fans whn possibility trek out to the schools In Flcrida.
Orange' Bowl Friday night will This game will be played in
see two of, the Treat quarterbacksof Phillips Field, Tampa.
the nation, Fran Curci of MI- The Famous FAMU Marchingband
ami and Dean Look, of Michigan will be on hand to entertain -
1720 N.W. 70th St. State, both of whom are being This double attraction will
hailed as All-American possibilities probably be witnessed by some f
25,000: ipCrsc ns.Northwestern.
Duffy Daughterty of Michigan ( and Roosevelt of
State calls his great quarterback. the Big 9 South are close behind
THURSDAY Lo'k. the greatest field- generalhe Howard Blake In the conference
standing These two teams have
THANKSGIVING NIGHT has ever coached.
NOV. 26 Andv Gustafson. of MiamI. games to play in the conference
calls}] Fran Cure!, the best all- I yet, while Blake is through for
around quarterback he has ever this season. Should Northwesternbeat
BTW in their Turkey Day
seen hailing Wm greater than
Arnold Tucker, who made All- game on Nov. 26, they would
American during the golden years have a 6-1-2 record. Roosevelt is:
I At Armv Custaf: !on coached scheduled to play Dillard and
Tucker during, : the Tucker-Blan- Mays. Should Roosevelt win both
Internationally chard-Davis era.Northwestern. of these J their record in the en-
I fcrcnce would be 41.

Blanche Ely at Carver '(Miami) ,
i Passes to 26-0 Win NOVEMBER 20:

AND HIS "F ANT AZMA REVUE"PRETTY Over Dillard Dunbar Dillard at High Carver at Qlbbs(Delray)

SENSATIONAL I Comipletolv outclassing their Roosevelt (WPB) at Mays
opponents the Northwestern Bulls Rochelle at Lincoln Memorial
crushed the Dlllard Panthers of NOVEMBER 21 :
GIRLS SPARKLING COMEDIANS SONGS DANCES Ft. Lauderdale 26-0 Thursday Pinel I.. lat Roosevelt, Lake Wales
n'trht' at Miami R'adlum.' Tuskegee at BTW
I. wasn't until the second period North: Dade at AttucksCONFERENCE I
when the Bills scored on a STANDING
10 yard mass< from QB Arthur Howard Blake 6 1 0 .857
I Pratt to self? M- Ion Patterson Northwestern 5 1 2 .750 ''I
i The Bulls drove 62 yards for thAt Mays 4 2 0 .661 '
6-inolnter; Roosevelt 2 1 0 .6fJ7(
aL the opening cf the third Jones 3 2 1 .583 I
: . I rtq"i or the Bulls again added a Carver 4 3 0 ,571 .
tally on another Pntt-P3tter onI Middleton 3 2 2 .571)
; I "!I<* 'h'rh' was!!! Rand for fl4 vrK Dillard 2 3 2 ,429! I
End Bobby B'nck alder the< ,mint North Dade 2 3 (0 ..4COB ( .a,
Getting r 1 3 1 .300Attueks .I
stan?' the Burls pushed acro<' J 4 0,20)Gibbs ,I
rwiuI two more scores one on a 17- 0 3 0 .OO(
I vnrd pass Pratt to End JosephusBothel Blanche Ely 0 6 0 .OO(
: and a 32-vard pass, QB
Leroy Sw m cn to Back Lawrence I
the same period on n 32-yard
Long A Pattnr on pas to Bethel ,
aerial from QB Jchnny Fletcherto
accounted tor the point. .j.
Back Bob Cunningham. The '
try for point was no good. :
Mavs Downs
BTW Mays tallied again early In the
Mivs "Utrh Rams! of Goulds!!! second perlcd on a 0-yard pass
'rouncod the Booker T. Washing- from Fletcher to Frank Woods t I rending
t ten Tornadoes ?fl-0( Saturday a 54 drive drive. The PAT
night at Dorsov Park. was missed.
Mnv sc"reH early: In the oocnnerod Early In the third !stnnra!! more t
I 1'g' when Halfback Cecil hurt was put on BTW when th* I'
; ; 4 4 + Votm nlunzM over from the 7- Rams' Cunningham smushed off
vnrd linn ondinp a :52 yard drive tackle from the 36 and ran 64
You",,, t'l'nvcrtrd yds, fcr the rcore Young again
The Rom slammed back In added the point. h1" f'


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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1959 Eisenhower for approval, then on to'Ike who was sitting stopped the fight and declared it
in front of the cameras."Reeves' a title )101der.Erskin was the former
''had \22 questions and'answers preparedfor
the camera session, but 'when it was seen how fast In Phoenix Arizona on Wed-

Ike could Battle1, ' ,gm E off, Reeves ,batted out 28 more nesday heavyweight night Zora No 2
while Ike under the-.lights." .. contender/ won unanfmQ'Us( decision from a
Johnson Alonzo
The proceeds of
t Residents of Coconut Grove, tired of having their fight go to charity.LARGE .
-- - homes burglarized for organizing vigilantes to
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida.-Phone FR 3-2236 Wer.e. ,set
Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone. OX 1.0421 protect the area. However wiser counsel prevailed when
RATES City Manager Ira Willard told this group it cannot be ROOMS

: done He ,called to discuss the problem, and
told the group it cannot" be done.
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor: ; .r ': .'. "We can't permit our citizens to take the law in With Refrig.
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager" And Stove
.-. their own hands, .the City Manager said.
The area of the complainants has had 18 break-ins '
jrt'prp" RS "Sorond, Cgave Matter, AliKHSt 0 1027, at the Post Office since $11.50 Per WeekSEE
other had
reported September 1 some city areas
nt MHmi F'orfrU under the act of March 8, 1876
many more in the past irionth' said Willard.
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association We want to commend the City Manager for the MR. MYERS

:Member of the Associated Negro Press stand he takes in carrying out the duties of his office.JUST .
320 N.W. 7th St.
THR) NEORO PRESS believe! that America can be t lend the world
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man be leaving the Federal office on ..
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hating BROWSIN'By Dec. 4 to return -to private .prac- -

no man fearing no nn-the Negro Preys strives to help every man tice.Guilmartin METROPOLITANife
In the Hrm belief that aU) men are hurt a*- long as anyone Is: held PAUL R. HENRY is one of the three

b ck. ,' 'v, ., '. persons Committee Florida's had RepublicanState decided to
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS recommend for appointment to a Insurance Co.
Fred Griffin, 6151 SW now vacant federal .
"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" Terrace has, through his attorney judgeship.The
Junior Chamber of Com-
Ellis Rubin, tiled suit merce la.;t weekend passed a
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKMAYOR against South Miami and Dade resolution favoring:: the use of the COMPANY IN THE WORLD
bounty for $100,000.He Bible in ublic schools.
claims that on Oct. 2 he now offers completeline
you a
HIGH RE-ELECTED was taken to the South Miami SPORTSWISE: At the Miami
In Tuesday's City election Mayor Robert King High Police Station against his will Beach Auditorium on Tuesday of insurance: '

was returned :as Mayor for the City of Miami. There wrongfully and 'without reason. Freddie Blades, who halls LIFE

were only .37,3666 votes, cast. Of these High received r He was falsely arrested, deprived from Ft. Lauderdale, gave his .

1 ,,7 h votes giving him. a majority$ of more than 3,000 of his freedom: and civil opponent..1 c trouncing Veteran Joe Rowan, a 0 HOSPITALIZATION
rougn winning by a
.iberties, was threatened, assaulted INCOME PROTECTIONAll
vgte'aver the combined total vote cast in favor of his struck, stabbed, beaten and TKO in the 7th round. This was O
four' Opponents. The voters difinitely wanted the mayorto handcuffed, the suit charged. Rowan's 47th fight and he believes (policies available on monthly
; serve'another term. A Metro detective said he was he has had enough of
at the Scuth Miami police station fightiJii.: Blades is scheduled to basis
In two rBal'aban
? Group Judge Henry defeated Commissioner .
meet: D nnie Fleeman of Texas
during the interrogation and denied
'' Devant and Joseph DuMond Jr., outvoted the charges. en Dec. 1 at the Auditorium, Phone Charles VoriseJc at:

Commissioner L. .. ..... __ ..Otis.. Shiver. by .15,334. to..12,683. a majority .-, Griffin! wa questIon! d about In London TU 8-140
; or ,zDDL inese two canamaies win nave a runon. the murder of a hardware !store British Empire on Tuesday heavyweight night ,for Informaton and appointment

next Tuesday, Nov. 24. owner. Paul Bush has since been I champion Henry Cooper defeatedJoe ,...
:Congratulations to Mayor High and Commissioner charged with this murder. Erskine .f Wales in the 12th
Balaban. I' round of their battle. The referee Advertise -It Pays!
Three white youths who were : ,
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In the election next Tuesday besides deciding between caught November 8 trying to I
Joseph DuMond and Otis Shiver for a commission seat, burn a cross on the Northwestern

we will]] vote on three amendments. No. 1 eliminates the 69th school st.grounds, were sentenced at 12th on ave.Wednesday and Y's Men's Club Xmas Tree SpiesCanada'a / )

five-year limit on granting leases to private firms using by City Judge Fernandezo ( Best QualityTree*)
city harbor or dockage facilities. No. 2 permits the mayoror four days imprisonment. Everyone buys CKristmas Trees !\
commissioner to run for some other elective office
without resigning from his city position until he is elect- Miami TOO Beach BAD! attorney Mordecai, ended Roach,his a Buy ,from Y's Men TodayIt

ed to the other one. If he doesn't resign the city position life on Wednesday by plunging helps thousands of kids. to grow up healthy and

:after being elected to another position, the commissioners from a window on the 14th floorof happy
/could fire him. the Dade County Courthouse' Arrival Date-December 10, 1959

No. 3 changes the method of electing the mayor The 16th annual Miami Home- Carver YMCA, 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue _

and commissioners. Under the present rule, the mayor builder' Show at Dinner Key DEPOSIT $1.00 N21
and two commissioners are elected every two years-the Auditorium has been drawing
large crowds. The admisshn i is'' : '" " ,
mayor's term is two the commissioners four.
tree. Sunday is the last day for :
The "" -' '''II: -''
amendment provides that three commissionerswill the show.

be elected every two years. The two with most votes I

get four-year terms and the third, :a'' two-year term. The Airliner The crashing of a National BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE
on Monday in the Gulfof
mayor must have served at least one year as a commis Mexico was a regrettable
trag '
sioner. edy. Fcrty-tw persons lost their 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376

1 lives. FALL MEDINctNE

Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath addressing the General The Police Dept believes it Dolls ................ 3.98 to 8.98 Skillets No. 1, No. 5, No. 7
Assembly of the Union of Hebrew Congregations last has found a state law ;ipcnallzln I Brownie Starllnh King' Men After

Sunday spoke of the moral decay, segregation, war, people who place race-baiting, Countess Ladles Wallets Marttz .98 1.50' .. 1.00 2.00 Shave Lotion 1.00 1.50
Old 1.00
starvation and other evils of the time. Rabbi signs on someone's lawn. Spice
present The Men'a Walleti 1.39. 2.150 Holster Set 2.50 4.50
urged among other reforms, the formation of The four youths sent to prism Men' Cut Links 1.25 Christmas' Cards
community affairs or social action committees In every for four days for.trying to burna GIrl' School Bags! 1.03 rlen Stretch Sock 89c
.congregation to seek "equality of opportunity for all cross on the school grounds at CHRISTMAS GIFTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
69th st. and 12th ave.. should remember .. f4 We Also Have
peoples in every facet of daily life. this. a Lay-Away Plan
On Tuesday another speaker, Rabbi Edgar Siskin of OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY- 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Glenco, Ill:, spoke of TV as "thoroughly degrading." He After serving for six! years as JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
United States Attorney, James L .
says: Guilmartin annunced that he wilt '. ...... ,(. \......... .' "r.. ..... '! . .
"Television- .. stands there. ,with its naked tube show-
ing and the extent to which it has eaten Into America's JIL.

moral fiber should be most disturbing to all of us."
The rabbi added that television's "program of vio- Mail In Your Classified Ad35c

lence, murder and sex brutalize our children 'and dehumanize
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our youth. Its studied
policy of catering to the No. of Lines
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a 4 ............ . .......................... $1.40 ................ ...................... $2.80

Senator Harrison Williams Jr., of New Jersey, 5 .............................'............. $1.75 ................ ...................... $3.50

chairman of the Senate sub-committee on migratory labor CLASSIFICATION ................ ................ (THREE LINE MINIMUM)
will preside over a special public hearing on migratory (Tor Rent, For Sale, Wanted, Etc.)
labor problems in Trenton, N.J. on November 30.
An inspection of the camps will also take place. The \

.commitee plans visiting the New York area sometime

next .month. -
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Thinking about TV rigging, the Democratic Digest f't -

said that President Eisenhower indignation at rigged -

shows was ironical, considering he Is the head of the ,,,*** "
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political party which has made the rigged television , .

show, even the phony quiz show, part of its everyday Name ............. ............ ;. .................... ...................;. Phone ..... ..............:...
arsenal of campaign tools.

It said the President took part in a "phony" television Address ........................ ................................ ........ City............... ....
program in the 1952 campafjrn. The Digest said: Please Send Check Dr
"On single day in New York the
President an- Money Order to . THE MIAMI TIMES
swered 50 questions in front of the television camera.

The questions and 'answers were all hastily typed in a 6740 N.W. 15th Ave.

..back y. J room!'4VkP1 :1'w by Rosser+,. .Reeves, . .8, thnn rushed to Milton,.I .- .,Miami n M 47- ,..FloridaVI .1

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For I _"" ,_.r--.__: '........... ". - '0".
Christmas .t,
Have you tried on the Christmas .
Party dress you'll te? wearlngfIs : Representing' a. ,*:; ; '
It a little snug at the seams, ;CONSERVATORY Ca!
tight (across the tummy? Then National Company j
you need Easy Method Reducing. LIBERTY CITY YMCA I
We can start right now to put Experience helpful b.. t'not 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue
you In, lovelier shape for the ,
holidays.Call essential \ '
Offers best instruction

1 c,, tR NA 1.0470-OX 1.9710 Call PL 1-5$2.\, Piano Voice Woodwind

Mrs. Wallace Ballet. -. Music Theory and
Easy Methed Schoolof ... .. :Special Modern Dancing
Charm and For Adults Only

A ReducingFIESTA For The Highefin= Each Wednesday; at 8 p.m.

COSMETIC, .Here's your chance, ladle and

x { gents, to ,keep trim and relax
: Also while developing modern dance/
CLUB Miami Times NewspaperCall techniques.
Proudly Presents Its
Pictured above are the, 'Membl'shlp Young Adult Director; Mesdames
Committee workers of Catherine Smith, Fannie Jerni- Weekend Floor Shows YUkon 3.5681

Murrell Branch YWCA who are gan, Willie Mae Monroe, Illinois FRI., SAT., SUN. '\ D Advertise _. it Pays!
eigaged:: in renewing delinquent Smith, Miss Josie Rrberts Eula 11:30: p.m. and 2 a.m.
mo-Woers\ and securing new ones. SSCT; and Henrietta Cook.
When they call upon ycu please Featuring Music byDIZZY I
gv: your support to an orjpanljatlon Seated: Mrs. Alice Dean, Miss .
which is building a fellowship I' Jessie Giles and Lillian Baillou, :.r, ;.< ..,. ..
throughout the world. I Membership, co-chairman and ..."..0<<$"' i1KTa
Standing: Miss Enid Curtis, Mrs. Cjara Woodard. '' >. '

Iotas ObserveAmerican Dprsett"Emotional di!cussed Maturity"several by books Dr-I 7r :. ,! 2090LERNER'S N.W. 75th St. PL 4-5179 j
David Abrahamson. This book is J
nice to read, as it gives sugges- FRI. SAT. MON. NOV. 13 14 16
Education Week .l.'ns i for calming the nerves; !
'Let's Face It" by Elsie Archer,
Tne Gamma Alpha Chapter of Fashion Editor of Ebony Maga- PORK CHOPS I HAM HOCKS ."
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority' observed zine and the "Long Dream" by t'e'e
American Education-:-Week Richard Wright. Y tik'.o e 3 Ibs. $1.00 SIbs ,1.OQ'EXTRA .. ,I, .
with ,an Education Tea held at ,
the Carver Branch of the YMCA. Thfc reviews were followed by a "
hort question and answer ,period, SPECIAL :;
In snite rf a hard shower of rain d Associated Washing
R s'zab1e. cr>wd was in attendance Mfss Dorsett, indeed, reviewed Frozen Food IOk'ra
The theme for November ihcse b.c-As' with knowledge of the t 4 Powder 25c Collards, Turning
fl'h war: The Child: What Does authors and their other works, ,\ Large Box \
Education Mean to Him? The and seriousness in thought.A 3 Packages 50c
sneaker> for the evening was supre: ;,; baby shower, com- ".
JV-ror Ljjjcretia C. Eve. Music .was plete with the .story carrying a LEAN 3 LBS.
"v-ndere by North western's bundle: of baby gifts, was the ;:t1-JJ I SMOKED 3 LBS.
Chrral Ensemble and the South- f.nale. Baby sweaters, caps, dress "........ " Brisket Stew 1.00 Sausage ,1.00
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sets, diapers and other use-
l bnd Singers. many
Reg. 49c lb.
ful gifts were anru-ni these for JONES
Iotas closed American Educa- Avril Anderson, daughter of Soror And His Orchestra 303 2 CANS
tion Weak with a Book Reviewby Irma Anderson TOMATOES 25c Dixie Lily Long Grain
Miss Helen Dorsett, librarian, Amateur Show
Dorsey branch' library, at t h 'e, Join The NAACP Every TuesdayThe Reg. 15c Rice, 5 Ibs. 69c
bane of Soror Janie Reeves. Miss .

w', Triple Crown FOOD KING 2 LBS. Maxwell House, 2 oz. jar

TALENT SHOW Margarine 29c I. Coffee 39c

STAR MEAT MARKET Every Thursday i

Bobby Marshall, M. C.
I I.

I 1520 N.W. 62nd St. Join, Thp NAACP j

="'" .. S.5ZS252582.QSZS' ? ? I""Si5"S! "! ; I
Be a Good Citizen And Vote

Dade County

Meat-Low Prices
Fresh Young Democratic Association

Composed of public spirited citizens representing all phases of I

community life, has carefully investigated qualifications, background .

fOff THE NATIONAL' NEGRO COllEGIATE CHAMPIONSHIP''' and platforms of all candidates for the coming city election.
We are .dedicated to serve unselfishly our people and our com-
2 GREAT TEAMS IN THRILL PACKED ACTION FROM munity. We wholeheartedly endorse the candidates selected below and

WHISTLE TO WHISTLE urge your cooperation.John ....
O. Brown ........................ President John H. Barkley................... Treasurer l
Charles ,Hlggs .......*....... Vice President Mary Lou Drown .... Recording Sec'y ,

Mrs. Lloma Green ................ Corr. Sec'y


: e e Joe X- BuMond -

PLUS! 1. Represent the people's interest and
M restore confidence in their elected I
..wiwSII officials. 4

2.; Transfer City services to Metro *ov-
w"w+ TOP eminent to effect a saving of Miami -

--- P.c.Coup taxpayers money.
rr rw Mr..w TEAM 3. Plan for th- future by ,letting professional r
I.M Hwd.w..l er7esr planners plan the future. ..

peewees Meal srrtlt tA1.Yl0UI arse" 4. Allow no zoning changes f!f )vari...nces .
new SIN sllls11RV
contrary to recommendations of pro- i ill:

CIOICE ear Howl f.sioial( .olannersr .I '
I 5. Work for elimination of slums

Reserve Seats $2.00 and $3.00 through planning and .,,-tnp fej*>r-
Tax Included The Famous 132.piece Florida al funds available for their elimina I '
North Travel' Bureau A&M Marching Band In two tion. I '
1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. spectacular shows pre.
Community Drug Store game and halMlme. A VOTE FOR THIS CANDIDATE IS A VOTE FOR .'
6750 N.W. 15th Avt. '
Mary I
Highlight I of The Seasonll
642 N.W. Ave.
Grand Drugs2nd Many Outstanding EvsntslI TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24TH '
3640 Grand Ave. '
Paid for >jy Cads County OenocHatlc. Association : i(",

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T. Washington Homecoming Queen THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" j


Attendants and Majorettes I saw an unusual example ofman's
inconsistency the other day
.' PHIL OSSOFER 'When I walked past a parked car
: '
: :
,1' '
: .' SAYS On the dashboard I saw a statu-
ette of Jesus
; Christ, indicating
_. .. that the driver was a religious
; y:_' ,:"" man. Then I looked up a bit, and
"'. 'r REVERSE THE CHARGES saw, hanging' from the rear view
I t-;<. ,' mirror . a rabbit's foot!!
:{' T When a White man says the
: {<:: Negro Is not ready for integration -
: ; he is really saying that it is
he himself who is not ready. Investigation Orange Blossom
will prove that this Classic Housing
man has n.t integrated with
whitei of ether social, religiousor Committee
? It natoinality 'jroups.

The man wno builds a wall Anyone having a good clean
around himself tc keep others room for rent for Dec. 5
out, succeeds in Just one thing and 6 please contact of
. keeping himself out. He any
harms only one person, for he is the committee or have your
limiting ethers from only one accommodation registered
'.erson (probably doing them a by calling IFR
"': favor!) while limiting himself
: # .' from all of God's creation. 7-4873
." H I enjoyed Dave Bondu's quoteof
.. -. II''" '- -.-. "<'-'>..""'" two weeks ago . "Every- NORTH'STRAVEL

Attendant Queen AttendantJUANITA nobody wants to die. It reveals
man's inconsistency. Committee:
: Pictured in center is Lee Ella -.t Universal peace can be achieved Charles North Garth C. Reeves
Robinson, homecoming queen of i. only through the unification or arles
k the Booker T. Washington High integration of the people of the CJI; Hadley Samuel Cohen
: School 1 Alumni, Barbara Williamsand world. To paraphrase Dave's Charles Lockhart Dr. I. p. Davit
Bertha James, attendants. quote, "Everybody wants world DO IT NOW I
peace, but nobody wants to integrate -
4V Juanita Solomon and Delores ."
Ervin are majorettes.

Delores and Juanita will lead
the giant BTW homecoming parade -
\ iFI1 on this Saturday evening, EW'w n Vr'1
N(v. 21 The queen and atten- Gti tlwtlcl wA i '
dants will ride atop the beautiful
r- Alumni float which will brims up
Y the rear of,the spectacle. The pa- ,
rade will begin at 6 p.m. and all a
of the classes and organizationsin
the school will be representedin
the parade.

The Baby Tigers of Tuskegeo ... x'rr
9DELORES Institute, Ala. will be the Tor- 1
nadoes opponents in their home-
cam'n? game which will be played rr ..,. .
at Dorsey Park, that nigt. Im- ;t9

jdlately following the game the r&r FREE DELIVERY (1 JV DWG
hnmecomira reception will beheld ,
at the BTW gym. .
-Photos by Johnson cf, Miami Q1 ER ,titr .>; rl, A ssea 3Li: I IC.
I .M Jolliv.t t.,Sr. Prop. I
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FBI PROBES Build on your lot Two Injured By &. 4A T You
or mine
Hit-Run Car Can

MISSISSIPPI We take care of financingNO Simon Johnson, 31, of 1801 NW C.II
54t st. and Ellis Dames, 30, of: .w Wllh1BSY.
KILLINGThe I MONEY DOWN 1942 NW 5th Mace, were seriously .y"i i '
injured last Wednesday night I
Justice Department is investigating Cash paid for your lots or when they were struck by a ,
the slaying of a Negro homeSEYMOUR 'speeding car as they walked
by police at Piladelphia, across NW 62nd st. at 14th ave.I
Miss., according to reports of the I BARON \ The injured men were taken to OX 1.6831
National Association for the Advancement Jackson, Memorial Hospital, with
of Colored People JE 8-1340 Internal injaries and possible
Luther Jackson, 30, was shotto fractures. Police said the hitandrun rlMORANGE
death by Patrolman Lawrence Licensed and Insured Builder car, a 1949 gray Ford sedan,!
Rainey two weeks ago. The Ne- had extensive damage to the right,
shoba County officials listed the front. I
death as justifiable homicide.
Mergar Evers, field secretaryfor I BLOSSOM

revealed at a state meeting: of
the organization. at Jackson, Miss., SUE TO YOU
that the NAACP has asked foi
an investigation. WHAT SUE???



Ames A. Young shot and killed
his wife then went to church. AMERICAN raONOW6TV. N.W. 2nd Ave.MiamiPHONE
Young, 27, arrested after a dofu- CORP
ay sheriff found him sitting in a + FRanklin 1.2771 2.10 p.m.
front pew, said he shot his wife
"' "''
five times "because of a lot of 'RADIOS'I YOU CAN GET IN CONDITION AND STAY
little things." + 4 fy MTV: HOME .
When asked if he shot his wife, IN CONDITION BY JOINING
Yours reportedly said: "Yep,
she's lying down at the house THE MECHANICAL GYM
The couple have four children, $10 MONTH
ranging in age from 2 months to



Time a Week _
Electrical Contractor

HOUSEWIRING"Don't Call us" American Phono TV Corp. YOGI CORTEZ, Instructor


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THE YWSC CLUBOn THE MIAMI f 1MES-"the People. Newspaper11.:;f:(

ISOG's Bequest to Sept. 29, Mrs. Murray, whois SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1959 PAGE 11 :

somewhat a newcomer to our ,
community, called upon a i group ,
c Billy Ward Told what could be done to occupy invited '\
some of their time. So( was born you are ,
I. the YWSC Club.
NEW YORK Even close _. Out came our aims and ovwe)
friends of Billy Ward, famed can help our community in some \
' leader of the Dominoes quintet, Community ways. First, we will donate a NOW OPEN 1
were shocked today by the announcement Improvement Ass'n basket of food to same worthy
that he would receive family twice per year. Also we
Given Charter I will give our service and funds
N 1 to help with worthy causes as phillip henning's newS
cancer and cerebral palsey. So
On Cctcber 16 a of citizens -
ycu see we are really going to try
of Opa Locka saw a fitting I
to het; as much as possible.
climax to months of hard work Our first affair
was held at
and (planning. They were present. ;i the lovely home of Mr. Howard.' Golden EMBERSREST
ed their charter, approved by the i *n the near future we will be
Secretary cf State, by their I lesial I i planning bigger and better af- '
advisor, Atty. James W. Mat-
fairs. Won't
I you join us in the
3 I thews. flight tc:. help others who can'thelp
a r;, s ak Upon receipt of the charter the themselves?
month of planning officially berea'me 1 I
The following people were
the 'Surbu
ban CommunitiesImprovement
chosen to head the ship on the
c Association of sea of time: Mrs. Myrtice Murray,
i I Greater Miami, Inc." I president; Mrs. Mary Stanley, Delicious
CHARCOAL prepared food served in a
The purpose of the corporationis vice president and reporter; Miss
. to promote:. overall improvementof
Mary Roker secretary; Mrs. Katie newly decorated room
all of the unincorporated com-
Teague, assistant secretary;
$ munities In Northwest Dade Mrs. Olive Howard, financial. .
County However, the success or secretary; Mrs. Josie Harris,
failure Under the management of Phillip Hennlngt whoa
of the organization de- treasurer; Mrs. Inez Ferguson, !
.ends largely upon the support chaplain. Heading our social department ; background Include 12 years with the Famous
and cooperation given by the
is a newcomer, Mrs.
I residents of the various commune Phyllis Hllber. Standing membersare Howard Johnson Food Chain.
$150,000 of a $2000,000 bequest ities. Meetings cf the membersare Miss Bernice Coleman and
granted in the will of his presently ,being held the, firs! Mrs. Geroline Binkno. I BREAKFAST MENU -.. .
late manager, Mrs. Rose A. and third Thursdays of each Our slogan: Exhibit pride in
Marks.A month at the VFW Hall in Bunche
the human to
race seeking
Joint statement issued by Park Shopping! Center, 7 p.m. elevate all (people. EGG (any style)
Eusene Marks, husband of the Your attendance is welcomed. So I 1
deceased, and Ward's attorneys : come Opa Lockans, join .hands 2 STRIPS OF CRISP BACON
said that the existence of the will I with the group and help put the
had been kept a closelyguardedsecret I program over. MAKE BIG MONEY! HOME FRIED POTATOES
since her death m 1955. I The organization:: is headed by AGENTS WANTEDto
This was done at Ward's request Wilbur A. Howard, president, and sellJAMAICA BUTTER, TOAST, JELLY I
when relatives threatened to a five <.man board of directors. I i ,
contest the document in court. I Other officers, are: Harold Mitchell SAM'S COFFEE 1
"Billy was our best friend," recording secretary; James LUCKY PRODUCTS 1I I
said Marks, a publisher, "and he W. Matthews, treasurer; Samuel Call OX 1.1541 I
proved his sincerity when he refused Forde, financial secretary; David I .::. --'- .2""In'>1I1''''''' ....,i
the money rather than go Pemberton, parliamentarian; Clyde V
to court and spotlight a rift Johnson, corresponding secretary,
among people he loved. So( I got Charles Gowan, business manager : -
together with all parties concerned ; Willie Lazier, assistant busi-
and, although it took nearly ness manager; Leo Thompkini I o v
five years, I worked out this Sgt. at arms; Major Green, chap- w"wJ
settlement." lain.
These men are all dedicated and
sincere in their desire to help'
i !'mprrv-1 their communities, so
4Dt 1 come cut. to their meetings and
Join with them to make your
I community a better 'place to live
and to bring children.
wA up your ,
vr&jI i Watch this newspaper for oth- & / .
I er announcements:: concerning the I.
I I activities of the organization. 1'1'\ ,.



;' .
i 22-year-old! man was arrested -
this week by Metro detectivesas .'
the suspected rapist who has
been terrorizing ecu pics in (Larked / \
'1 I : cars.
J'mmie' Lee Mills! of 1842 NW I
\ 1. 69th terrace, identified as the d : {

. I man: was arrested by police early il
Y. .ri zt. .at. v.
Wednesday morning and bookedon i

Overshadowed by Ward's suc- three charges .
': He is charged with alleged. rapeon '.1
cess in show business is the fact
commercial artist four counts, entering a motor ,
that he is a top
and worked as Marks' art direc- vehicle without breaking, and
tor until Mrs. Marks discovered aggravated assault. I"Carnation
After he ran from, the scene of I
his talents as a
1 an attempted holdup at 2332 NW j!
__ ____ 71st st. about 12:30: am., Mill
was arrested. I
I Police said that he attempted y
to held up 24-year-old Charlet
Alpha's Talent ''Hunt Flowers at the 71st st. address, hai always been the baby milk in our family' declares
sitting in his car; but when h< Mrs.Johnson.The well-known dietitian it shown with her grandson. 1
I recognized his victim as I
And Coronation "friend," he fled. .

Zenobia Johnson, College Dietitian for 82 years, says:

f '

American Homes Johnson, a distinguished dietitian This milk 1.110 rich I need no shortening

at a leading Alabama college, declares or flour for the cheese sauce." .

her favorite dish at home is macaroni Double-rich Carnation in the red-and- .
ROOFS ADDITIONS and cheese. "I make it the easiest way white can is the world's! leading brand

I in the world,"the 84)1,"with Carnation of evaporated milk, by far.

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I Richmond HeightsRev. Bunesba Green, reporterRev.
L. R. Ross, Pastor P. W. Williams, pastor
Jean E. Scott, reporter Sunday School.11..1.1....-....... 9:30

Sunday School....................... 9:30: Morning worship ......11,1111.1. 11:00:
Morning service .................... 11:00 BYPU I.. 5:30:
BTU ....,111..1I.I.N./11,1............ 5:30: Evening worship .................... 7:00

Evening service ........................ 7:00
Sunday, Nov. 22 will climax

,Bethel Baptist Men's Day will the extended Woman's Day drive. j
be observed on Ncv.' 22. Rev. W Everyone asked to please make ;
F. Tanner will be the morning their report Sunday morning
speaker. Rev. A. L. Shipp for the Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, general r-
evening. Deacon John Ancrum is chairman.
the general chairman. Please Continue to pray for the sick
come out and witness a wonderful and shutins.
is appealing to all MT. HERMON A. M. E. '
I MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor auxiliaries of the church to turn .
Phyllis Myers reporter Opa Locka

10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1959 Sunday School....................... 9:30: their budgets Deacon for Board the before year Nov.over Sunday School....................... 9:30 .
Morning worship ..1.,1.1..-....... 11:00: to the Evening worship .................... 7:00
BTU ...................-....................... 5:30: 24.Our Rev. Samuel Gay pastor :
sick: Bro. Clarence Law-
THE INCARNATION Evening worship 1111.1.1.111,1.,1.1. 7:00: Publicity Committee
Mt. Sinai Hospital.
rence Morning worship .........11..1..1. 11:00
1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr Last Sunday at 5:30: we had

E. S. Clarke Jr., viaar our BTU with the director in SALTER'S CHAPEL Sunday, Nov. 22 is set aside for
Susan Duller reporter! charge. We had the spelling of Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor our pastor.! It is known as appreciation -
words led by Mrs. L. Brown It Ruth Twiggs, reporter day. In this small way

Ccming' Events: Saturday, Nov. was a contest by the juniors but Sunday School....................... 9:30: we, the members and friends of
21 the St. Elizabeth's chapter of since it didn't finish it will con- Morning worship ................ ...11:00: Mt. Hermon, are trying to show
brie Episcopal Churchwomen is tinue next week. ACE League ............................ 5:30: our love and preciaticn> for him
sponsoring a Thanksgiving Din- Evening worship ...,1,1.,1? 7:00: and his very fine family.
Our sick for this week Sis.
ner sale at the parish hall, 1701 are This also is his last Sunday
FThe all Minnie James, Sis. Ozie Hooks, The chairman and cochairman ,
iMW 69th st. Dinners $1.00, with us before conference, and
and Deacon J. Canady. We hope want to thank their many
you can eat. Mrs. Alice Knowles, we do hope our beloved Bishop
chairman. for you a"speedy recovery.. friends and well wishers for will send him back to us. We

On Tuesday, Nov. 24, 8.30: p.m. helping them to make their 8th have had a wonderful year and
the St. Cecelia's choir Guild will Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist annual Woman's Day a great many souls have been taken Into

have Its monthly meeting. Place 402 N.W. 2nd Ave. success which was observed on our church under his great lead-
will be announced on Sunday.On Hallandale, Florida Sunday, Nov. 15. They wish to ership. Should our Bishop send
Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 8:30: Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor thank Mrs. Pauline Willis and the him elsewhere, we will surely
p.m. at the church; Mrs. Elisha S. Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter Rev. Mrs. Emma Watson for miss him. We will pray for him
Clarke, secretary of Christian Evening Service 8 pm I their wonderful addresses. and bid him God's speed in the

Education of the Episcopal Sunday School....................... 9:30: Special thanks to those pastor great work we 'know he is cap-
Churchwomen has invited Mrs Morning service ................/111 1100: I and their congregations, the Rev. able of doing anywhere he is
Mary Ann Keefe, president of the Evening service ........................ 7:00: Rudy Keaton of Bethany Baptist
Church and the Rev. E. P. Brownof sent.Monday
Churchwomen of Trinity Churchto Elder
BTU ..1.11.MLM11.1..1..111111111111111111.11 6:00 I past our Presiding -
show slides on the "Nuns and I the First Baptist Church. Rev. Allen of the Ncrth Miami -
Monks- rvf the Episcopal< fhnrrh.! Mt. Pleasant Methodist The amount raised was : District held the Presiding
Rev. Robert DeGrandis, We're h'pi"ig'; ir- irrw D $1,625.25. Ruth Twiggs, chairman, Elders Council at our church and
S. S. J. has been assigned to Holy will be present. The men are in- 2170 Washington Street Claudia Robinson:: Coretha Glenn. many fine ministers attended.The .

Redeemer Church, 1301 NW 71st vited. Opa Locka ladies of the church prepared -
School............... 9:30 TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince
st, as assistant pastor. Father Thursday, Nov. 26 and Thanksgiving Sunday : a.m a delicious dinner for the
DeGrandis studied for nine years Day there will be solemn Morning worship ............ 11 ajn. H. Mobley, pastor! council.
after completing his high school Sung Mass at 8:45: ajn. Note: Immediately -\ Evening service 7:30: Sis. S. Daniels reporter Remember to visit the sick and

education in Lowell, Mass. He following Mass the School of Wisdom ................ 10:00: shut-ins. Visitors always welcome.
spent 3 years in a preparatory priest and Altar Guild will dis- TRINITY C. M. E. I Evening service ... 8:00Y. :
college at Newburg N.Y. and another tribute food bags to the sick and P. E. Band ... .1..1..1.. 6:30: ST. PAUL A. M. E.
six years of theological shut-ins of the Liberty City area. 2020 N.W. 5th CourtW. Tuesday and Friday.1..1.,1,1.1...... .. 8:00:
training in Washington, D. C. His All members are asked to bring O. Geary, minister i .1. Rev. J. D. Washington, pastor
crdination to the priesthood took their foodstuff to the church on Church School 1..111..1... 9:30: On each Saturday night there 19th St. and 4th Court

place on June 6 of this year at Wednesday not later than 8 -pm. Morning worship .......i...-..... 11:00: are groups of sinkers at the Sunday School....................... 9:30:
the newly dedicated National l. On Sunday, Nov. 29, the Epis- Evening worship .................... 7:00-: church to render songs and music Morning worship .................... 11:00:

Shrine of the Immaculate Conception copal Churchwomen are sponsoring ... .. for your listening enjoyment.Come ACE League 1..1.,11..1,111. 5:30: ,
Washington. D. C. This I a Fellowshcro Hour at the Trinity will. b gln.__anotheryear's out and enjoy yourself. Evening worship .................... 7:00:
is his first assig ment. church at 4 pjm. The public is\ tor has work returned on Sunday.from the The annual pas- Remember you are always wel- On Sunday, Nov. 8, the women .'
I invited. An Interesting program I come at the Triumph Church. of St Paul celebrated their annual -
conference and is calling
Redeemer Parish is staff- every
has been planned for the occa- Woman's Day with timely
loyal member of Trinity to be
ed by priests of the Society of St. sion. Mrs. Elizabeth Espy John- FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST and interesting programs both
present this week, The pastor
Joseph, who are exclusively devoted -| son will be our speaker for the I morning and evening. The women
to the of the colored wishes to thank all who came to Rev. C. J. Burney.
care evening Mrs. Elisha Clarke IiI pastor raised a trial of 666347.
people in the United States. Of | program chairman. Mrs. LevI I West Palm Beach last week Claudia Wilson, reporter

the half million colored Catholics,I I Johnson, president. Trinity must continue to go for- Sunday School................ ...... 9:30: CORRECTIONDue
one third are served by the Christ Episcopal Church and ward in Gcd's name. The various Morning worship ................/.1 11:00 to an error, the name of
departments will meet as custo- Mrs. Ann Shennett, who raiseda
"Josephite" Fathers. One hundredand the Church of the Incarnation is Evening ''worship 1..1..1..1.. 7:00:
thiry-five churches and missions marily scheduled. The pastor will total of $200.50 was omitted
in country are conducted presenting Bernard Hunter in an be available for counseling and All children who are taking last week from the list of captains -
by these priests Their schools organ concert, Sunday, Dec. 20,I guidance any morning or even- part in the Christmas programare that raised various sums of
which number 100 enroll over at 5 p.m. Subscription: : $1.00. I ing between the hours of 10 ajm asked to be present on Wed- I money for the occasion. We regret -

23,000 pupils. These priests bap- I and 3 p.m. nesday and Friday to practice.Let this oversight, but we are
tized ever' 3,000 converts last GRACE PRESBYTERIAN I us continue in prayer for the happy to correct it here and now
year. 14 th Ave. and 69th Street MT. SINAI BAPTISTD. sick. I Thank you very much.

Sunday School........... 9:30: am B.. ---
reporterRev -
This Society was founded in Morning Service ............ 11:00: a.m.I S A. Thomas
1872 in Baltimore, Md. by five pastor
zealous :priests who saw the great I Westminster Fellowship 6:00: p.m Sunday School....,.-......?....... 93.0; RUPTURE o PILES o PROSTATE

need of the emancipated Negroes : Morning worship 111..1..111111.1..1 11:00: O Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
for the truths of the Catholic Evening worship ...1.11.1,1..1.,1 7:30
Effectl') painless, non-turglcal office treatments at low cost-
Church Since the humble beginnings -
Richmond Heights
the .group has grown to 230 I RGV Albert .Tones pastor day Last with Sunday the members waa very at busy Mt. no loss time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospitalization. Why '

priests. Many of their churchesare I MUms Harris, reporter Sinai, beginning in Sunday wear truss Why suffer, delay and get worse?

located in Louisiana and 'Sunday School....,11.1......... 9:30: School. We had a lovely crowd in O CONSULTATION FREE
Texas. Presently, they have Flor- Morning worship .................... 11:00: attendance. Somany adults and 9
ida parishes In Tampa, Jackson- I' ACE League ...1..1..1..... 4:30: ( that speaks: well for our leaders, Special medication, treatments, diets for arthritis, neuritis, ulcers -

ville, St. Augustine, and Miami Evening wolshlp 1..1.1...... 7:00: because if things are not inter- blood pressure, sinus, anemia, lost vigor, chronic disease
These priests are only a part ol the will of and
esting, we like youth, men women.
the great effort of the CatholicChurch EBENEZER METHODISTRev.
find other places to igo seeking
to bring all men to the interest. DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
knowledge and love of God. Aaron D. Hall, pastor
Ernestine L. Haimbrlck reporter The Intermediate Groups- of 21 S.W. 13th Ave., FR 3.2748 A General Health Service

Sunday School....................... 9:31: the Sunday School rememberedthe
Church of Transfiguration Morning service .................... 11:00: pastor, who is still on the
(Episcopal) Evening service ......._........... 7OC: sick list, in a love act. This included .
2571 N.W. 152nd 1'err. "The only Christianity that can the teachers and pupilsof .
Ven. John E. Culmer do anything for us is a Chris- that department. I am compelled Would You Like To
priest In charge tianity that makes us want to do to speak about the Chris-
Stanley Sweeting, reporter something for others. tian love the members and friendsare
Services every Sunday During the morning worshipon showing .to the pastor, the Know
Morning worship 111.111.111..1?111 9:30: Sunday the youth will have family also appreciates, every- .

Sunday School ...................... 10:30Woman's : charge of service. After the evening thing.
worship Rev. Hall and What to do to move Bad Luck?
members will go to Greater Last Sunday after a great won-
Day at Bethel AME Church to render an derful service, and it was really i What to do to get money? .
'!Paul after service program. Rev. S. A. great, the minister delivered a 4
St. Cousin is pastor. spiritual and an Informational] 3dA What to do to have Fast Luck?

Choir 2 before the offering was
No. will have chargeof sermon
Paul AME Church, Coconut class meeting on Tuesday called, the O. D. W. project was What to do to stop one from
Grove, will observe Woman's Day night.A presented and explained! to the 4 drinking?
this Sunday, Nov. 22. The minis- "Give One Day'sWork.
special meeting of the official congregation
to to get a job?
officers and members invite
ter, board of the church will ." In finance In order tc ,
you to share in this fine, enriching meet in the choir ream of the swell the church treasure. Sorry What to do to move spell? '

fellowship. church on Tuesday evening, Nov. Sorry but I cannot command "'
Service at 11 o'clock. Miss Glo- 24 at 8 o'clock. words, sufficiently to describe the What to do to uncross yourself
ria Braynon, will be the speaker loyalty of the members in accepting '%
You are urged to for and
and at 7 You are welcome pray ; What to do if you are sick
p.m. the project and carryingit
visit the sick and shut-Ins. They ,3 e
and your presence is warmly an- in such a beautiful spirit. A
I :are: Sisters Serena Smith, 5700 WHAT TO DO TO GET A NUMBER
ticipated. NW 18th ave., Bertha Flowers, lovely sum of collection was rea
Rev. T. C. Kelly Jr. is minister.; 7425 NW 17th ave., apt. 6B, Esther lized. Thanks to Sister Thomasfor
Norris, Lencra Lewis, Helen the fine suggestion and the FOR INFORMATION ABOUT HOW
CORINTH BAPTISTRev. Branch, Jackson Hospital, Bros. cooperation of officers and members -

W T. Thomas, pastor Willie Haywood, 1465 NW 6th ct., Bro. O'Berry, who introduced Call OX 1-1541 or go to
Phono NE 5-1518 Edward Roberts, 534 NW 15th st the act to the congregation

Sunday School...............-.-... MO: Thanks again, and again. JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP

Morning worship .................. 11:00: ,
Evening worship ................... 7:30 TIGERIS 6965 NW.15th Avenue Miami, Fla.

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Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Rev. I. Clayton, pastor Apostolic TempleDoris SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1959 PAGE 11 ,
Schcol, will discuss "Youth and Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter R. Akins, pastorJ.

Basic Education" 7 p.m. Sunday, Sunday School......................... 93:0 Lafluer, assistantSis.
Nov. 22 at the Baha'i Center, 137 Morning service ...........-....... 11:30: T. Wallace reporter
NW llth ave. Everyone is cor- BTU ............................................ 5:30: 2310 N.W. 58th Street Richmond
dially invited to participate in Evening service ........................ 7:30 Sunday School....................... 10:00: Heights Flashes
this discussion. are welcome. I Morning worship! ............... 11:45: _
The Baha'is will celebrate the Evening worship .................... 7:30:
Day of the Covenant (at which Matthew Temple AMEZ By ORA D. TALYOR
time the Baha'is believe God has I GREATER NEW BETHELRev. i 7S7SJCaCOx7CCx7nnonannnclnnnnnnnnnnSKATING ----------- __u_._;;_;__.___u.*........... I C;
renewed His Covenant' with His 1628 N.W. 5th Ave.
children) with a meeting at the Sunday School......?............... 93:0: W. K. Smith pastor AND'BOWLING ly but not as wide as Arp strong. '
Center, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov Morning worship .......-........... 11:00 Mrs. R. Conley Clerk COMING EDUCATION WEEK IN
25. All are invited to attend. Evening worship .......?........... 7:00: Morning worship ................ 11:00: Some time ago a young couple SCHOOLSIt
Sunday School..................?... 9:30: began purchasing a plot of land was interesting to note the
METROPOLITAN BTU in Richmond Heights for a skat-
made in Education
Evening worship ..............?.., 7:00: ing rink and bowling alley. They progress Week. South Dade schools led
L. A. ThoInJ.;sen, pastor Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor have returned to continue the
Sunday School........... ........ 9:30: Sunday School....??..I............ 93:0: MT. ZION A. M. E. venture. His work is with Velda the way by Introducing programs
Morning worship .................... 11:00: Morning worship ..................., 11:00: I Milk Co. He is working up a milk that brought parents, students,
BTU ............................................ 5:3U: > ,'Evening worship .................... 7:00: 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. route that the profits will be used and teachers together thus furthering
Evening worship .,....,.......,.,.,. 7:00: Opa Locka to make the skating and bowling human relations by get-
TRINITY WESLEYAN Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor a reality. He needs custcmers ting to knoW! each other. Our

Evangelistic meetings are being Sunday School ................ s:30: a.m and will be making house-to- Frank C. Martin had their parents -
held at Temple through this week rtcv Lieoigt 1.. Joniisuu, pastor Morning worship ............ 11 a.m house calls to get these custo- teachers and students
and will close Sunday night. The ..viia. .Pny ill.) Andrews, reporter League ................................ 5 p.m mers. His name is Don Liso. He lunching together. on programs
Rev. J. H. Johnson, pastor cf Mt. ...say scau: i .......M.....?.... w sum.uujuiiij Evening worship ................ 7 will be calling next week. Profits together and a general :get-
Zion Baptist Church,. West Palm, wursnip .................... 11:01tuuiitt : p.m. to the groups who help In this togetherness. All hail to South
Beach, is the preacher. He is regarded peoples:: Meeting 5 p.oi ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. venture. Let us cooperate to help Dade and Dade County's (progressin
as one of the most outstanding this project. education.
: 1 revivalists of Scuth Church of The Open DoorDr. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr, REGISTRAION A MUST P
Florida. The public is invited. H. C. McDowell Phone FR 9-1424 USING HEIGHTS LABOR I am much disturbed over the
Parents are urged to send their E. pastorA. MASSES We are hajpy' to announce that way our group is neglecting the
children on time to rehears McNeal, reporter Daily ................................. 8 Armstrong Manor, Inc., is using polls. The Miami Times, and oth-
Monday and Tuesday evenings Sunday was indeed a day that Sunday....... 7 a.m. & 8;30 a.m Richmond Heights labor among er papers are constantly remind-
for the Christmas cantata. the pastor and members of the others. If you are unemployedand ing the public to register and
Church Zion Hope M. Baptist remember, our first Sunday as a concrete, plastering, painting 'or leave the vote "to the other
duly constituted church. Both Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor others, register with your Scribeat fellow." Two things which will
1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. the morning and evening services Sunday Services Armstrong Model home near help us to be generally acceptedare I
Sunday School 9:30: were well attended by visi- :Sunday School........... 9:30: 1m Florida Power and Light station. education and, ballot. With
Morning Service 11:00: tors and members from our sis- 'Morning Worship ........ UrOO: ajn We congratulate this group for these we can measure from the
BTU 6:00: ter churches of greater Miami dTU ...........................?... 5:30: p.m their consideration and thoughtfulness same measuring cup. It is not
and Evening Worsuip ........,... 7:30
Evening Service 7:00: surrounding towns. The a.m. : p.m for Heights and race la- enough to roadster, we must vote.
(Tuesday night) message was brought by Rev. Visitors always welcome bor. There are some other groups When that day arrives, we as a
Prayer Meeting 8:00: Charles Wilks who helped us to 323 N.W. 14th St who have opened the door slight race will have arrived.
organize our church. Guest solo- I
ists for the morning were Mrs. MT. TABOR BAPTIST -
ST. JAMF.S A M F., Bertha Sharp Jackson and Mrs.
Geraldine Ash Allen. Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor
Rev H McVpal Harris pastor:: At the 5 Mrs Lola Hicks, reporter OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
p.m. which
Mrs Sadie F Dean reporter NOTE: Visitors are always wel I
Sunday School ................ ..., 9'30 rededication was a service of thanksgiving and come. SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Morning worship .....N............ 11:00: I Rev. Wilbert Lesser, Order of Service
ACE League ............................ 5:30: Castor of Key Biscayne Community Sunday School 9:3t: PSYCHIC READER
Evening worship .................... 7:00: tude to Ckd., spoke" Rev.on Howard"The Grati-Hunt- \hHnIIlK worship 11:00:

We are indeed grateful to the cker:;' associate minister, Coral UTU ........................................ 6:30:
members friends and Gables Congregational, gave the 1;;"mm* worship ...,.... ........... 7:3i: (
the public, cur at large many for contributing prayer of thanksgiving and redt-! BTU ...............................,............ 5:30: :

to the success of our 11th annual cation. The Dorsey Junior High w9aY
Woman's Day drive. From Choran group; under William BETHANY BAPTIST

this effort $3,829.40 was realized Johnson, rendered the music for 3078 N.W. 45th fit.
and it was through ycur: sup- the occasion.A Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor
port and cooperation we were Fellowship High Tea folio'vV- Marjorie Shelby, reporter

able to attain success. We wishto cd the service in the auditoriumwith Sunday School....................... 9:30:
thank you. ladies from, The usual order cf service will our churches church heJoinc' the members( of BTU.. ..................,.........?............... 5:30:
be followed Sunday beginning( The pastor pour and tea. members of Evening; worship- .................... 7:00: .
with Sunday School. Parents arc the Church of the Open Door
urged to send their children to takes this method cf thanking KELLY'S CHAPEL 'r .
Sunday School. The pastor will patrons and advertisers .
who helped Esther
preach at both morning and
to make our souvenir
evening services. This will be his pro- Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor
last service before going to the gram a great success. :Sunday School ........................ 9:45:
annual conference which The Sigma Gamma Rho chapter Morning worarip .................... 11:00: Let my 1t u'" of It'rlt'nw| guide and protect you through
venes at Bethel ,AME Church con-, of the Gamma Delta Sigma M. Y. F. .................................... 6:00: Life AA a Lighthouse guides tht ship In a storm
Nov. 24. Sor rity worshiped with us. Evening worship .................... 7:30:
This Sunday our guests will be
On Nov. 23, 8 p.m. Appreciation members of Murrell Branch ANTIOCH BAPTIST
YWCA in their World Fellowship Success in Business And Love
Night for the and his
pastor Worship.Now Uev. 0 W. Foster, pastor
wife will held. All CONSULT
be members HER
I members will be received A Johnson, reporter
and friends invited to be
Visitors are always wel- and fcllowshipped Dec. 6. Sunday School......................, 9:45: 0 You can now have your home made happy
present. are
the Church." A hearty welcome to alj visitors Morning; Service .................... 11:00: 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wanted '
come at "Friendly I' and friends to our 11 a.m. BTU ............................................ 5:30: I 0 Don't Stay in the rut out now
services each Sunday at the Evening worship ..........._..?... 7:06: get
ST. MARY'S W. M. Seventh: Day Adventist School / I I By the help of God she can help you

Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor I auditorium, 5001 NW 24th ave. I ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. I Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Rev. E, M. Blocker, minister troubleIt
Sunday School....................... 9:30: NEW HOPE BAPTIST I Clce Sweeting II
Morning worship ................ 11:00: Uev, James I:. Brown pastor Sunday School."..,....reporter.....*..,..., 9:30 will |hap you to call and noo this Hfted Medium Pint
Evening worship .................... 7:30: Mro. Vanish/ Ilovan, reporter Morning worship ................ 11:00: : Where thousand come early for help and advice, you too can

Sunday School was opened by Morning worship ...........?/.. 11:00: ACE League ........................,.., 6:00: be touched] by thl/i/ strange nisterlous |hewer
the superintendent, Mrs. M. Evening worship .................... 7:00: Evening worship .................... 7:00 :
Worthy. Classes took their respective BTU .......................?.................. 5:30: WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
places with their teachers. _oP. .......!!t-=. I I ANTIOCH BAPTIST ; same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
The lesson was reviewed by of old In still alive today and will open a way for you through
the pastor. Beautiful Horn oa Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor the troubled seas of life. Let not him that 1 III blind lead you or ,
Minnie T. Copeland reporter
Service began at 11 am. with I Your LotakC Sunday School.I..N..I... 9:30 jon stumble with him.

the pastor in charge. Rev. Burns, I Morning worship .................... 11:00: Do you doubt the existence of thing because you cannot see
a visiting minister, delivered tho i BTU .NN..N..N.NIII..INNN..I........ 940 them?

message on the subject, "Search. I Evening' worship .................... 7:00: What do you think of the Invisible wave and sound<< that 1, ,
Yourself. Everyone was spiritually
y make Wireless, Telephone, Radio<< and Television' possible?
lifted. No. 2 choir furnished GREATER BETHEL A.M.ERev. { I
music with their organist, Mrs A seed<< before It sprout, lies! concealed, iterrrt, silent In the
U. Higgs, and No. 1 ushers serve S. A. Cousin, pastor dark earth or womb of Nature. THKJli IH AN "UNNJCICNPOWER"
Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter

ed.The 7 devotion was led Sunday School ....................... 0:30
by the pastor.
Genesis 28:15: subject "God's PLANNING Evening worship ..................., 7:00: self with the one who Is an '.. .

Divine Care. Everyone was OUILDINQ authority. Whose private '/ ,
blessed. No. 1 choir rendered I
consultation will evolve
music with their organist, MM. FINANCING you %;
H. C. Samuels pastOr
G. McFord at the oran, and No. Yur N.w Horn Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter to a higher state of mind. %,

2 ushers served. REPAIRING Sunday School....................... WO: All Information is 1 .
The pastor, officers and members Morning service .................... 11:00 .
wish to thank all who par- o REMODELING BTU .......................-................... 5:30 Strictly Confidential :
ticipated in making our anniver- o RENOVATING Evening worship .................... 7:30: ., t .
sary a success: Rev. N. F. Clark I Office Hours P a.m.-8 p.m. ,
Over ------ --- - --
Twenty ef
and congregation of St. Mat- Sunday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. y
thew's Baptist Church, Rev. L. Construction Experience )'
A. Thompson and Temple Bap- Qveranteed $ato.tactionvLwJ11 KEEP HAIR FROMt'GOING Don't Write-Call in Person y

tist Church, Rev. Ernest Williams BACK -Ij
and New Bethel, Rev. R. I] 11o..oaa 'HAM UMNO. uca-.o.uw..a.a.... DAILY HKADINU 91.0O UP i' I
Thompson and other leading citizens .CUrtaA"ICIf..III01'.."a AFFCCT" *oNCalrlr '.
of the city. mmD e(3( 110.VATC..*YOV1I NJutN1ta.YL.....* CUT T KM AN**.*P-*a.11.0 U roll OIL VCIA NAA* 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Special thanks to Mrs. M. GlbI I W a0 .WATVKAU.T OfY .N.HOT O1CAOT.WATU .
son who was chairman of the NE 6-6171 .f AMI riWLN 1A1C HI4GOMI.tirtitcvT..AM'101I.rctMiMo.fAirTICIAM on. COMo" MADAM HUNTER
program committee, and to Mr*. ,"UGGIITt, I ilitThrsu1a III"":l'
G. McFord who jrepared the 1121 N.W. 29th Street 1657 N.W. 73rd St., MiamiBAHA'I
delicious turkey dinner on Fri- Miami n.:
day night, and the chairman, Mr. E RESSIHG OIL k: t
A. Bain. 4 a.r rYr... I ;
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Church of Apostolic Faith, located CARD OF THANKS
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE on NW 62nd st. and 20th ave.

12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1959 DEATHS Edward Brown of 1212 NW 1st The' family of the late Brosker
Brklbon of 16145 NW 20th
court, apt. 9 was pronounced
- Opa Locka, who departed this
dead on arrival at Jackson Hos-
life October 18 and was laid
Roberson formerly pital '-en Nov. 14 He is survived -
Mrs. Etta ,
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD rest October 24', wish to take this
<'f Miami, died Monday, Nov. 16 by his widow, Bobbie, a method ,erf expressing heartfelt
She is survivedby brother, Deacon Jordon. Brown.
at Bonlfay, Fla. ,
_ appreciation to the friend
L w. McRae Funeral services will be conducted
one sister, Mrs. Polly -
and neighbors' for the kind .
3280 NW 48th Terrace; three at the chapel: on Saturday, and gestures ,
sympathetic understanding
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM brothers, Richard Lutley ,Cleveland Nov. 21 at \, pan, Rev. O. W.; in their hour of bereavement

family of the late .... and George" Lutley. Foster of Antioch Baptist Church To Rev. W. K. Smith-
will be held will cfficiate. Burial will be
AR.CHIE ROLLE :Funeral services con- and the members of Greater New
who expired Oct. 16, 1959, wishexpress Sunday, 2 ,p.m. at Bonifay.Con-" ducted Evergreen.. Bethel Baptist Church; the entire ,
be sent to Mrs.
appreciation and sin- dolences may
cere thanks to their many Annie Smith, P.O. Box 545, Boni-! TVlrs. Elizabeth Pierce of 7890 Mascnic family'and to the Houseof
i, NW 54th st., died in Jackson for untiring service.
friends who were so kind to them fay.
with cards, telegrams, flowers, ;..' Hospital 'en Nov. 17. She Is survived ,The cards, telegrams and floral
pieces too
'Were' to
and donation of cars during our j, Range . .by two :sons, George Clark mention here, but may God bless
of Riverhead
recent bereavement. Our special N.Y. and Wilmore I
all of
thanks to the most Rev. E. L. i Mrs. Lillie Mae McCoy Gant of Tinker of Nassau. Funeral services -I you.

Petersen, D.D., Archbishop of St. :! 1937 NW 6th court, died at Jack- will be announced over 10-1 Mrs. Ruth Brisbon, wife
Peters American, Catholic Church I i ' : son Memorial Hospital 'era' Nov. cal radio stations. And Family
and also to the Francis Funeral 12. Her survivors include three
Home and its staff for renderingsuch sisters, a brother. Funeral !Ser- I ."
courteous service. vices were conducted at Mt. Zion THE ONLY TRUE DREAM'BOOK
Mrs. Idell Rclle and Family y Baptist Church on Wednesday, ,

CARD OF THANKSThe Nov.Rev.18.William McFadgcn of 1026 "The Old Indian" Dream Book

family of the late, NW 59th st., died in Jackson Me-
ANNIE M. JACKSONwho morial Hospital on Nov. 12. He THE :POWER OF PRAYEROLD
passed into the Great Be-
was a well known Miamian having -
yond on Oct. 8, 1959, extend sin- Ived here for the past 34
cere thanks to their many friends years. He also served as the
and neighbors for' their kindness moderator of the Baptist East INDIAN 08 51 18 25 35CHIEF
shown us in our recent period of ,,
Coast Association for of
-'---'-- - a period
bereavement Yiour cards, tele- 14 years. He is survived by his Dream Books 65c i

grams, beautiful floral sprays and CHARLES COOPERwho widow, Delia, two sins, James 1
cars, and other kind gestures of died November 13, 1955 and Johnnie. Funeral serviceswere
sympathy; special thanks t6 our Gone, but not forgotten.
Monday, Nov 16. OLD INDIAN
pastor, (Rev. Aaron D. Hall and Pearl Cooper, wife !]
members of Ebenezer Methodist Gladys Wallace, sister Clear Water $2.008
Church, also to the Richardson George Cooper, brother ,
Mortuary for their kind and efficient Timothy: CuLmer, unclea ,, 33
services. Again 'iwe thank hest of relatives and -

each and everyone. May God friends a OLD INDIAN TAR
bless all of you.
Mrs. Ella J. Smith and IN MEMORIAMIn Lucky Hand Rub 3.00
memory of our loving

CARD OF THANKSThe mother and wife, Mail Money Order to:

family of the late S. D. 9 THE "OLD INDIAN" PRODUCTS .
Brown who died Oct. 1. 1959,
wishes to extend sincere thanksto
P. O. Box 47901 Miami Florida
the many relatives, neighborsand ,
friends for their kind deeds, I

untiring service, words of con-
solation and devout prayers
Thanks for the flowers, telegramsand
cards. Special thanks to Rev.
T C. Kelley Jr., pastor of St.
Paul AME Church and the en- ?
staff of Seniors Funeral ti
Home.tired May our Heavenly Father '. ,IIhPIP ..IPIFIE'iyiil and Iferet ends'z

bestow blessings upon each of

you.Mrs. id, _...'_ _'.np N, !( Jeffie S. Brown, wife m k
Rev. S. B. Brown, brother, George Stanley of 2229 NW .... .: :;_
Rev. and Mrs. O W. Foster 60th st., died in Jackson Hospitalon .
Mr. 'and Mrs. W. H Holton Nov. 13. He Is survived by his
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Holton 'widow, Hattie Mae, three children -
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holton Funeral services will be
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holtcn # conducted at Trinity CME Churchon

Mr. and Mrs, Henry Mathis '"'"; Nov. 21 at 4 pjn. Rev. Gary
and other members of the ... . .; will officiate. Burial will be con- LESTER C. ALBERT, Funeral Director
family ducted at Evergreen Cemetery. 6942 N.W. ISih Avrnu OX 1.7661 '

CARD OF THANKSWe MRS ELMA BROOMEwho Haywcod Crawford of 3240 NW
left us two years ago, Nov. 47th St., died in Mt. Sinai Hos-
the .family of the late Mrs. 21, 1957. pital on Nov. 16. He Is survivedby
Maebelle Pearson Gibson, take Gone, but not forgotten. We his mother, Mrs. Floyzella Orr,
this method to express sincere loved you in life, we still loveIn several sisters and brothers. Funeral -
thanks and appreciation to our death. Sadly missed.J. arrangements are incomplete MLL

many friends who were so kind W. Brcoine. husband I ,
during our bereavement. Special Johnnie Mills, daughter
thanks for your cards, flowers, Velgomar Williams, son Samuel Williams of 449 NW
telegrams; and cars.. Brenda Williams, 13th st., died at his residence on
We iwcoJld also like to thank grand daughter Ncv. 13. He is survived by hLs
Rev. Watson of St. James ChurchIn Willie Mae West, sister widow, Colic, five children. Fun-
Coconut Grove. Last but not Grady Williams, eral services will be conductedon
least we appreciate the efficient daughter-in-law Saturday, Nov. 21 at the
and ,courteous way the Francis Church of Christ of Coconut ._
Funeral Home handled everything IN MEMORIAMIn Grove. Brother Martin will offi -
for us. ciate. Burial will be conducted at
With gratitude, loving memory of our beloved Evergreen Cemetery.
(The Pearson: and mother, Il

Gibson Families ., ... '"

'. 48tt'.f' : J ,,5m N.W. 17th AVENUK MUM FLORIDA e file..' OX 141)1. OX I-< CARD OF THANKS
.}" \
l' OMW M4 AUwll R..p OwiMrt OMMT Ra..., UctMcd E.b... .h.eraa Dlmtar
TfieJ family of the late, :J. .
MBS. ZIDIA A. BETHEL i..':'J I > .
who, died Oct. 27, 1959 and was '" -
buried Oct. 31, 1959 wishes to ..
extend deep and sincere apprec- .. z .
iation to the many friends and .k service.
It U our aim to render a conscientious
relatives 'who expressed their
kindness and sympathy duringher r + Reasonable in price and tatufactory in every detail

recent illness and death. 1'i
Richard, H Bethel
Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Lester
Mrs. Ada Ames f


sad bul loving memory of t
our dear son and /brother ; '
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who ,passed to the Great Beyond -"
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Nov. 17, 1953.: "
God of the living in whose eyes,

Unveiled Thy whole creation lies ''I .. .' ....
All souls are Thine we must say, /
That those are not dead who MRS. SARAH WANNAMAKERwho (Mrs. Hattie 'Bennett of 2131
pass away passed away In November NW 63rd st., died at her resi-
The Family! 1957. dence on Nov. 16. She was a well
There Is a rose ,beyond the wall, known Miamian, having come
and that rose Is you. here from her home In Macon, MORTICIANS
COMING! We miss you, dear Ga. 30 years ago. She is survived -
We love you, but God loves you by< a daughter, Mrs. Rose Mun- 334 N.W. 10th Street Phone FR 1-7679

best. leln, a son-in-law Joe Munleln, Miami Florida L. L. RICHARDSON. JR.. OWNER
Alpha's Talent Hunt Bettye Wheeler, daughter four grandchildren. Funeral services -
Flossie Rogers, sister will be conducted on Mon-
And CorOnation. And Family day, Nov. 23 at 2 pjm. at the I Our Classified Columns Get Fast Resulta

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newlpaper"SATURDAY ND r
4 New York Youths NOVEMBER ., +'
21, 1959 PAGE 13 IRONING > ,
Walls' House Cleaning
Ironing in my iHome I
FR 3.7201Upholstery*'*
Jailed for AssaultNEW

YORK Three young er We cover all type of furnitureat
Negroes and a Puerto Rican youth d 1 a reasonable price. Sunbright
have been sentenced to prison I Upholstering Work, 1449 NW 3rd
terms for the 'rape of a white I ave., phone FR 7-1239. DS.
woman who was seized and haul-
ed off to the apartment of one of ,
the youths.

Brooklyn Judge John R. Star- WAITRESSES ?
key told the youths: WANTEDAT . I I
"We can not tolerate these ac- i. FOR RENT 1 THEPALACE {
tions. This woman is entitled to FURNISHED! ROOMS. All rooms
walk the streets of our city dayor PARTLY FURNISHED. :3-bed are private with modem facilities -
night for any purrpose she room house and 1-room apt. 3290 NW 45th st. Phone
sees lit . u Near bus line and school. Phone NE 5-5283. 1720 N.W70th St.
OX 6-0509. INDF I.
The woman, 44, was on her WIDOW MUST SELL 10 good waitresses wanted
way to work in an all-night NEWLY FURNISHED Rooms On account of death 5..roomhouse at once. Fine
Times! Square beauty parlor Sept. I with kitchen privilege. 1835 NW 2 efficiencies: ,furnished.Can opportunity, J
10. She was set upn near a sub 4th ave. PI. 84151. N28 (be used as 4 bedrooms; three pleasant working condition
way station in Brooklyn and baths. Make me an offer. A money -
driven to an apartment in the ROOM. 141 NW 9th St. See Miss maker. 1044 NW 64th St. Good Pay
Bedford-Stuyvesant section. She Montgomery, Apt. 1. D5INFORMATION
was raped by the. four youths WANTED
For a Clean Comfortable OPPORTUNITIES FOR ambitious -
One boy got 15 to 30 years, ROOMIn Negro men and women, We FOR RENT
two got 10 to 20 years each and a (private home pay as you learn. Phone FR
one 7to 15 years. (Adults) 4-1501. 6 and 8-room houses, pri-
Theodore Gibson stands tall In
the scholarship department cl C-Barber Downtown at 321 Location NW 16th TWO BEAUTY OPERATORS to vate baths, $20 :and $25.50 ; 't

Opa Locka Civic Booker T. Washington Hiiiih\ St.N14 work in well-established Beauty 3-room apartment $10. City
School: Gibson was the only student Shoo Apply at Lillian's Beauty
to receive a 3.8 average for, Shoppe, -1136 NW 3rd ave., or I water, hot and cold. Near
Club Holds Pre.Thanksgiving the first six weeks period. Thus,' 2-BEDROOM apts. In choice Lib dial FR 19181.] Mrs. Lillian
he became the first student to erty City area. Refrigerator, stove Dean Johnson, prop. school Open all day Satur- ,
and water free. Also furnished
Ball scholarship.The receive the. coveted XL Band for 1-bedroom apts. 844 NW 70th st. day and Sunday. 2415 NW

manager on premises. indf FOR SALEDry GOth' St. Phone HI 4-1154
Those of you who wish to spendan son of Father Theodore R.
enjoyable evening' of dancingand Gibson Sr.. he is a member of ROOM In private home. Quiet, or MO 1-1283 after six.
good: entertainment, then the Inter-Youth Council EYC dignified location. A nice place Cleaning and Laundr
attend the Opa Looka Civic Club's and Bay: Counsellors. He is 'presently I for someone nfce. 1251 NW 57thst. business, i gICod> location, 544 NW
Call R 1-3215. 14th st. After 2:30: pjn. Indt
Pre-Thanksfiving Ball on Wednesday I the central figure In an Integration
evening, Nov. 25 at the suit against the Dad e
Harlem Gardens, NW 22nd ave. I County School Board as he seeksto TWO neatly furnished rooms, one LOT.. Size 50x140 in Carver Ranches
and Rutland St. Music will be enter the all white Miami with private entrance acid bath, (West Hollywood.) A nice OwnersWould
turpished by W. C. Baker and Jackson High. The suit Is now no cooking, call evenings PL key lot next to corner. Cash or Property
his! Jiving Jivers. Tickets are now before the U S. Fifth Circuit 1-5236. terms. If terms small down payment
on sale at the following locations: I Court of Appeals. MU 5-1322. N21 you like to have all
Harlem Gardens, Bunche I NICE bedroom house Light and
Park One 4x8 packet 'pool table Phone your bills combined into one
Lounge, Valets Barber water furnished 2260 NW 64thst.
MU 8-0544 before Evenings small and still \
noon. payment,
Tucker's .
Restaurant and Smith's Saturday. Mrs. S. A. Beyer,
Pool Rocm. For reservations: NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Rt. 2, Box 1052, Naples, Fla. phone FR 3-9400. Ask for Roy. have some money left? If'
phone MU 1-9365 NAME LAW $1,500 will
IAT or $3,000 help'
BLOCK 6 of Washington
Notice is hereby given that the ROOM with 'private entrance,
time like this let
Park, first addition of a subdivision you at a ,
_...--- nnderslisned. desiring to engage telephone etc. 6810 NW 10th ct.
!'n business under the fictitious Call PL 8-103I ..Broward County. Lot me get it ,for you.
Open 12-5 Sunday name of NORTHWEST REALTY izzxvv. cau JA j-732 or Nr Today is not a day too onto
*,* number 5325 NW 29th Court ROOM in Liberty City. Phone 4-4945, Mrs. Flowers.
1029 N.W. phone if want to apply
you -
St. Miami, Florida, intends to regiser PL 7-1907. U_,...................-r- for loan.
$495 the said name with the Clerk] Ia
of the Circuit Court of Dade FURNISHED ROOM at 1454 NW FOR RENTFOR
$81.50 Monthly Buys County, Fla.Frederick. list' St. Call OX 1-2133. MORTGAGESAVAILABLE
L. Johnson
Thi; newly] decorated 2- Sole Owner ONE-BEDROOM APT. Furnished ADULTS '
bedroom home tropically Call OX 1-4514. 2-room apt. down to $7.00

set in the rear of this ]large 1-BEDROOM APT Children per week. Biscayne Park, H. DAVISMORTGAGE ', /:1: \
duplex lot. Attention! !
welcome. Near bus, school. Good
NE 121st St. West side
on I
tenant only' 4100 NW 32nd ave. BROKER .
JE 1-1235 Indf of East Coast Railroad.
Will all cash for lot
pay your
DEVORY or will build a beautiful home for FURNISHED Efficiency. None See Rufus Washinton Phone FR 9.8531 t t

you on your lot with no down better. All utilities. Near bus Eves. NE 3.6754 .
payment. FIR 4-2696. chopping 4190 NW 32nd ave Apt. 16 D12 I

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Wednesday, Nov. 25th 10 p.m. Till II Newly t tR L

SIR JOHN "535" CLUB, 276 N.W6th STREET .. ')

Hampton Reese Band and Floor ShowTable

'Reservations call Willie Mooreman-NE 4.7874 J I FurnishedUnfurnishedELECTRIC f

M. Jackson, Prt .; G. Hopkins, Vice Pre.{ E. Davis, Fin. Cec. I

I F.,Del ncy, Rec. Sec.;; A. Martin' Tres.; W. Mooreman, Bus. Mgr.
F. Hysmlth As t. Mgr.; H. Perkins, overseer; W. Wells, founder

Admission One Dollar I 'I

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Home Necessities

D.'va.... '-/Y"I"aa Alpha's ,Talent Hunt EO MURRAY & McCLOUD, Owner.

OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. And CoronationMAKE .SAVE WILLIE REIDNEW 2243 N.W. 62nd St.

YORK To return Willie Phone OX 1.7755

Reid to Florida "will be Proudly Presents .
FRIDAY SATURDAY BIG MONEY! sending him to his death,"
-- -- AGENTS WANTEDto NAACP Executive Secretary Roy "Mrs. Nice f
sellJAMAICA Wilkins told Nelson A. Rockefeller -
c fR SAM'SLUCKY in a telegram urging the,, Of The Week"
New York Governor to revoke'I' \'
PRODUCTS the ''Writ Of extradition which n
Call OX 1.1541 would send the fugitive frcm a 1
chain gang ,back to the j Jurisdiction (
of Sheriff Willis McCall.
Sv AIR CONDITIONED Mr. Wilkins sent his telegramto E&r
the Governor on Nov. 10 fol-
yr BUNCHE lowing, refusal of the United
.f'C States Supreme' Court to review , ,
SCOTT AOY SUN. THRU WED. feller was required, the telegramsaid

MM Teenage Terrors . Out "in view of the very real
danger to his (Reid's) life shouldhe _
PLUSA For Thrlllsi ba returned to the custody ofa
"CRY TOUGH"With sheriff whose reord::: includesthe
BACK! shootinn down in 1951 of two I
AT HIS John Saxton
THOUSAND ,, I BOLO KNIVES handcuffed Negro !ifriscners 1= kill
Plus Audle Murphy In ing one and seriously woundingthe
i4j.Tgi19I 'Ride a Crooked Trail' other."
'9 Convicted of assault in 1950
_.... and sentenced to 15 years on the
...... chain gang, Reid, escaped in 1952
and found refuge in New York)
Air Conditioned where he found employment and
avoided any trouble Informed of
his whereabout, Florida officers
KHIH ANDES.SUSAN came to' New York to pick him -- - -
up in 1955 and return him to that Mrs. Doris L. Curtiss, wife of
4 PARAlUMAK 4 N- SAT. MIDNITE state. Irving E. Curtiss, member of
f L # ; __ Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. The Brooklyn branch of the usher board No. 1 and choir No
Nov. 22 23 24 25 NAACP came to his aid arranging 1, secretary: of the Dade County
"TARZAN THE APE for counsel and other assis- American Red Cross, owner of
SUNDAY tance to prevent his return to Sugar Hill Valet Service, Is the
MONDAY TUESDAY MAN" Florida. He remained in a New operator of Doris' Over Nlte
Denny Miller York prison until last August Rooms at 3059 NW 45th st, member
"Bend in The River" when the U. S. Court of Appeals of New Mt. Moriah Baptist
YOUTHFUL REBELS ON THE James Stewart ordered him freed in $2,000 bail Church.
in response to a petition filed by Mrs. Curtis was chosen "Mrs.
$ ROAD TOprsnu NOW 1EREU .... - the law firm of Cohen, Jaftin and Nice of The Week" because she
"' Nussbaum which is representingthe is nice. She biujht her first
Y fugitive. Mr. Wilkins signed bottle of Tiger Spray last week,
the bail bend which liberated and said it was the best.
Ii; I RITZTHEATRE him.After On Sunday night, Nov. 22 the
the Supreme Court refused American Home necessities the
to hear the case, Gov. distributor of Tiger Insect Spray
Rockefeller held an extraordinary will honpr Mrs. CUrtiss with a
,f MAMIE VntHT 10RME ,PAUL ANKH NOW SHOWING clemency hearing on the caseIn party at Baker's Famous Corner.
RAYANIIlfflMSPLUS ei. -len.y e.- ) 'BELOVED INFIDEL' Albany on Nov. 10 Reid's voluntary -
lawyers, Lawrence A. Cohen -
Gregory L. Den a Id Jaffin and Lau- MAKE BIG MONEY!
rence G. Nussbaum Jr., explained \: -
Plus"Carmen WANTEDto
of the AGENTS
the background case
Jones" and made the plea for revocat- sellJAMAICA
- tion of the writ of extradition. SAM'S
The governor indicated, they
Dorothy Dandridge LUCKY PRODUCTSCall
M G M'J said, that he wculd give a decision
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.Brgward Mrs. Crockett ,and 'Mrs* Mary. ' I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1959 :" .:PAGE 15 141: ,'
5 $ World :'FellowshipMembers V X1
: : Turnquest appreciate' 'the"coap. __.._.____ __ u_ .-.... ',. I ,1.
County eration of everyone. "
..: .r{ and friends of Mur- ." It. "
: i EVENING OF GAMES ,", 'ti
r men '
Central Missionary Baptist rell Branch YWCA will worship _
i KAijaln
.,NewS Church will observe its annualMen's together, Sunday 11 a.m. at the In 'keeping with the custom : this year, the' financecommittee ." ' ,1:'."("
) Church of the Open Door, Con- started in IP48, the YWCA of the "
Day 'on Sunday, Nov. 26.: co-chaired \ by Mrs. " ,
,,1, ";: ,,, ByWalUr A The public is invited to come and grejatlonail' Rev. H. C. McDowell, USA< keynoted the' observance American Addle L. Sampson and Anne .+. '', .
"f-: Bow h worship with us all 'day. pastor (auditorium of the SDA celebration with an Lindsey has the.'evening of Fri.y' :;' "
';. ; School, 5001 NW 25th ave.) The in the Washington D.C. Cathedral ; I
I The speaker for the morning YWCA has moved this service Dr. Arthur S. Flemming, sec- day, Nov. 27 planned for your .
.... ..-.. --..... -........ wiLl be Rev. Harold Brown and each year to a different church in retary of Health, Education and enjoyment and refreshment at '
Park auditorium 8:03(
fr the evening, Rev. C, S. Rat- the community. Welfare, a leading Methodist layman the Dixie! .
The parent of Carver Ranches, clfcffe. Geore ,Smith, chairman; and former president of pan The annual "Evening cf .
Hyde Park and Washington Park Deacon Eddie Hield, co-chairman. YWCA's In (mere than 1600 Ohio Wesleyn University was Games" project provides a variety
turned out, in large.,numbers to Rev. E. J. Clank is the pastor. communities In the UnitedStatesand speaker.. of games for which beautiful ,
the Twilight School at. Carver 69 other countries observe usable prizes are awarded, at
Ranches Elementary School on For news Hems, call WaIter World Fellowship! In November- Mrs. Mamie Thompson and, least three top winners, good> ,
Ncveirsber. a''' time for commemorating the Mrs. Altoertha Carey are, local
11. It was fun to be Bowe at YU 3-9013 or bringto food and recreat cn. 'Come and :
baclc'ln school again. The teachers world-wide work of the YWCAin branch co-chairmen of Religious
4444 SW 17th St.
carried parents through the behalf 'of girls and YOUng i wo- Emphasis. and Wcrld Fellowship. bring the 18111\111,

same and .everything routine as.was their fine.children, Congratulations St. Paul. Liberal Catholic .., ,- ', ..." . ,.. .,:t"-t},,,... , _, : _. 'I "-" ..,.,,... ." .... _._ .,_ .If<.,. -
to our principal Mrs. 2178 N.W. 62nd St.
Susie {Daniels and her faculty. Sunday: High Mass 11:30: '
8:00 Mr. N. Davidow President of The
Vespers' : ,
After the school, lunch 'was
served cafeteria style in the caifetorium Wednesdays: Healing Service
and Mr. and Mrs. PTA. and Novena 8 p.m.
were chsen f cr,bringing the highest Fr. LaVbn M. Halthman, pastor

number of merribcrst :Mrs. < .Themany friends: SC Paul D & B' Construction Co.Wiahea i
Yeoxfcjr was chosen: Mrs PTA and the general pd6 ic. will be g #
rod the banner was _+pinned on welcome at the first annual 'Harvest -
her toy Mrr. Enid Mulky of Car- Sunday celebration, Nov 22
ver Ranches Yours Truly was at 4:30 pm. This service of Gen- to thank the people of (Miami for the magnificent response to
Mr. PTA and his banner was eral Thanksgiving for the Parishof
pinned en !by Ralph Hamilton of Saint Paul's and the community the advertisemtn in the :,Miami Times about its .
Hyde Park.A is festive in nature, and the
music for the Festival will be
Fall Sip will be given at the provided by the very capable MODEL HOMED&H
home of Mr.and Mrs. Ellis King, choir and band of Northwestern
4800 GW 48th ave. and Pembroke Senior Ugh School under She
Road Sunday, Nov. 22,. from 4 to direction of Messrs. Paschal surd t
pro. It is sponsored by the Car- Evans. Some of the numbers fea-.
ver Ranches PTA The public Is tured by band and choir are: : is) still ready to: take contracts to build a
invited. Mrs. Susie Daniels, Festival Finale (National Hymn)
president; Mrs. E. Mess, secretary; The, Battle Hymn ot-the Republic
Walter Bowe, reporter. (Rin-gwald)
Praise Ye the Lord ,: Bedroom 2-Tile Bath

Star Light! Lodge No. 542 meets "It is good to give Tanks unto
Friday night, Nov. 20, 8 o'clockat the Lord" says the psalmist,
the Masonic Temple on Pem- therefore we the parish of Saint
broke Road. All members are Paul extend to you and your
asked to be present and on time. friends a hearty welcome to worship .
Modern Home
Clarence Johnson, W M.; Hiram with us in this service of r
Ash, secretary; A. O. Henderson, Thanksgvng and praise.

The Southern Trumpets, along Ushers Union At

with other groups, will be at f :'t On Your Lot
Macedonia Baptist Church Sat- St. Mary's SundayAll ;
\ urday ,nights, Nov. 21 and 28.

officers and members of
Monday nljht, Nov. 23, a musical the Junior and Senior Ushers :. < Exactly 'But Exactly As it Model Home at
fTOgram will be given at Mt. Union Association are urged to
9 Zion AME Church. Choirs from be present at Its monthly program -
West Hollywood; New Hope 'Liberia Sunday, Nov. 22 at 3 p.m. .
t St. Ruth of Dania and sharp. The program will be sponsored 'A' 1440 N.W. 60th Street
1. others, will participate. This between St. Mary's Baptist '
is in behalf of the building fund Church's senior usher board and
drive on the 5th Sunday of the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church's
month. Rev. N. H Phillips, pa s- junior usher board. Activities
tor; A. O. Henderson, reporter. will be held at St. Mary's W. M. '
Church, NW 5th court, between : : NO MONEY DOWN
A1C Mark Chapman is on fur- 16th and 17th streets Your cooperation '
lough from Alasaka, where he Is solicited. David Hud- j
was stationed for the past year. son is president of the association -
He is the son of Mark Chapmanof Rev. E. A. Culmer is pastorof CLOSING COST ONLY
Hyde Park. Young Chapman. St. Mary's. Mrs. Tommie/ Lee
will leave for Los Angeles in a'' Ellison is reporter.HARLEM .
few days. FINANCED BY FEDERAL BANKS:"*14 1 ( I

'Attucks Eagles defeated Stuart SQUARE : '
High 67 to 0 last Friday. The SWEET SHOPA , :
Eagles will meet North Dade

Saturday afternoon in Dania., FULL LINI OF GROCERIES Model Home, Will be Open Daily 2:to 7,. p.m.\"t'11'

The "Night i In Nassau" at they COLD CUTS COSMETICS ,
theme of Mrs. Faye Cleare on too N.W. 10th StrtrtFURNITURE. ''t"f ;
Saturday was very .uoee tul.Won't '',. ::1. *, *fc;
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CORE Needs YouThe 4-OM4, Central Life Insurance
Co., 221 NW 14th St., Clifford
Ccmb: FR 3-0368, 947 NW 2nd
mebers of CORE would ave., Milton! Vol6th at S$ -OO6:;
r- t4 r like to thank all the entertainers -
; who donated theft timd add or Mrs. Aljed Co.j l&lrr it the AbS
ta'ents: in their eheht show making
i it such a great success. We We would also like to thank
'x-ud also' like to thank Clyde stars like Papa Turner and his
Kittens, for the use of the Cry- family, Frank Legree and Bobby
tal ballroom: at such an appropriate Marshall, who were the masters
a'f&a time and, "where do we go of ceremony; Dorothy Anderson,
can here?" Booker Terrace Band, Brown's

,: T __ Famus Corner Band and the
We are planning for a mem- Harlem Square Bands and many
oershLp drive shortly. If you de- others we have failed to' mention.
'. information ccncerning
q re
membership, call Dr. Brown at Clifford "Baby" Combs,
Chairman of the Night of
FR 3-2704 or contact him at 1215
NW 3rd ave., Albert Moore, FR Stan

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Business Men's Luncheon at Gloria Lacey, Moses Perry, Rev. Williams, Miss Gwendolyn{ Graham Bonded Collection Agency \\ #
Llllie C. Evans Elementary dur- Savcy, Charles C. North, Ebenezer , Fr. De Grandis, Mrs. Juan- Opposite V ,. :,;<,. ,,:$.t.rfr4"
ing American Education Week. C. Edwards, Mrs. Rose Adelle ita Lane, Miss Alexine DeLancy, Weekly Hour i :' '' 1lf.

Seated, left to' right: Benny Stewart. curriculum assistant; Miss Johnnie M. Allen and Rev. 8:30: a.m. to 12t30 p.m.-t tt 7 p.m, ... hx& /j.'lft

O'Berry, Dave Bondu, Oscar Mrs. Alese Gill, principal; Raphu H. McNeal Harris. ,, - .. _.p. ,- ..... -- -- -'- --'--""' '''
Range, Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, Mrs.
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theme, "Praise and Appraise '16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1939
Your School" was carried out to Cabs
Its fullest. There were many' interesting Magic City

'plans and ,programs
carried out each day. On last School Lunch School for Maids 24-HOUR SERVICEALSO
Thursday morning seme of our

parents attended a Coffee Hour Personnel MeetsThe To Open SERVING LIBERTY CITY, BROWN SUB AND
held in the library At that time
they heard Mrs. Jane Roberts, a
Dade County School Lunch- Announcing the opening of
member of the Dade County
Mason's School of Domestic Services 3-0539 and FR 3-7004
School Board, talk en the part room Personnel Association held Phones: FR
that parents play in our schools.On its monthly' meeting on Novem- on Nov. 30 at 2028 NW 5th
ber 4, at the Phyllis Wheatley places If you wish to become one 314 N.W. 16th Terrace Miami, Fla.
Friday morning, Nov. 13 Elementary School cafetorium. of the better maids In Miami
the ministers and businessmen of call HI 4-5469. Our first class t
Frank Jones, member of the
the. Greater Miami area attended - a will be limited to 15 trainees.
faculty welcomed the association
a wonderful: luncheon, where to Phyllis Wheatley.The I
they reported that the food was
:most delicious and the programwas lunch personnel gave :a BeauticiansUnit Get Your Blessed Key
really enjoyed. Those attending short skit "What's My Line" un- I
the luncheon were Ben- der the direction of Donal Hylor,
nie O'Berry of O"Berry's Driving the physical education Instructor. No. 7 TodayAND
School; Dave Bondu, columnistfor .
the Miami Times Oscar For an extravaganza of excit-
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Range, of Range Funeral Home; Scme of the people on the ing hair styles don't fail to attend RIDE IN A NEW CAR
'panel Mrs. J. Giles Mrs.
were ,
Rev. H. E, S. Reeves; Moses the annual Fall Coiffeur
Bereline Cooper, narrator, Mrs. TOMORROWNO
Perry of the YMCA; Rev. Savoyof Hawkins Mrs. Mildred Revue Icnsored by Beauticians
Grace Presbyterian Church: Bailey, Unit No. 7 on Sunday, Nov 29 ( MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED)
Neatness Mrs. Alzarro Foster
Charles C. North of North's ; at Dixie Park Recreation Center,
cheerfulness and Mrs. Elizabeth
Travel Bureau; Raphu: Williamsof Jclhnson, Conscientiousness.Mrs. 340 NW 13th St. from 5 until 7 3627 Percival Avenue Miami 33, Fla.
Williams' Ambulance Service; pjm. The show usually held in
Father De Grandis of Holy Re- Mary E. Ray of Rainbow October, was changed to the No- ASK FOR WALTER
deemer School; Frank Johnson, I Park, Elementary 'presented the vember date due to the National I
of Johnson of Miami Photo Stu.. plaque to Mrs. Cornelius Glenn Beauty Culturist Convention.
dio and Rev. McNeal Harris!; of SI. and staff of Dunbar Elementary.Other .
James AME Church.On winners were Bethune These are Just a few of the I.
Elementary, Rainbow Park and leading beauty salons taking partin UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Monday afternoon, Nov. 10 Poinciana Park. the show: Eva's Beauty Shop,
our first Prince and Princes Goulds; Ebony Salon, Hcme-: COMPLETED APPROXIMATELY NOV. 22nd
were crowned during our first t The group was served refreshments I stead; Murphy's 11800 SW 22nd
Lillie C. Evans Elementary Day by Mrs. Alice Phillips, an St.; Miller's, 11840 SW 22nd St.;
alumni of BTW.Our 7626 N.W. 14th
program, which was held en the I Christalee's, Thelma Troy's Salon -
yard at 230: p.m. Mrs Clarinda next meeting: will he held Vogue, Iva's, illie's, Lillian's, 79th Street Schools and Buses
Sargent, our PTA president, bn Dec. 2 at Bethune Elementary. Royal Palm, and Catherine's I
crowned our Prince and Prices:; Beauty Shop Mrs. Alene Scott, CUSTOM BUILT
Our Prince is Allen Robinson, a Jessie Giles, president I I chairman; Mrs. Marion Muldrow,
second grader from Mrs. Maggie !Mary E. Ray, reporter president. BEAUTIFUL 3-BEDROOM AND GARAGEON

Scott's class. The Princess is Va- LARGE PLOT
lerie Williams, a first grader

from from Miss Gertrude Bush's ''I Don't Miss Low Interest-Wonderful I Opportunity for you
They made
room a very pretty
picture sitting! on the beautifully BETHUNE'S :{ Phone JE 1-6902
decorated throne displaying our
school colors of mint green and Annual Fashion Escapade C. WYNNE, Builder of Quality Homes
white. They settled back to enjoy

the program prepared for Featuring Outstanding Models
them, where the boys and girlsof ,.--

all grades participated. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1959

Parents and friends don't forget BETHUNE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 4 p.m. ATTENTIONWe
our next PTA meeting which
will be held on Monday night, 2900 N.W. 43rd Terrace
Nov. 23 at 8 o'clock In the cafe- have done it again, we now have downtown
Donation Adults $1.00 Children 50 Cents
torium. We are looking for you. Coin OperatedSUPER
Alese Gill, ,principal
Alexine Delancy, reporter

COMING TIGER IS Booker T. Shoe Store1 I ,No., 2

Formerly the 4 Corner Elks Club
1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue

I "Run-Rite to Booker T." Open for your inspection and approval. And we

humbly solicit your patronage

AT LOW PRICES For the fastest, cleanest wash in town visit one of

Our two locations

I 1900 N.W. 6th AVENUE

Ladies' Stocking Pocket Books

Ladies' White Uniform Children' Cowboy Boots 1109 N.W. 2nd AVENUE

18-minute wash and 10 minute hours
WITNi AND WOMEN'S SHOES .. dry Open 24
A day. Both locations equipped with the number one

Agency For washer in the nation Frigidaire- time and

: Ladie Easy Walker Shoe And Nurses' and money. Plenty parking space at both location

Waitresses' Oxfords
i t .a Owned ,and Operated by
... Open Mon. Thru {Thura.. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
i; COMMUNITY DRUGS Friday tll 9 p.m.-Saturday tit 10 f.m.-8un'. tll| 1 p.m. JESSE L. NASH and PRINCE FARRINGTONiffrt

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Christmas Trees the branch office to place your
I order, phone it and mall the deposit .
Ycu' can be sUre of getting the Thenu tuber is OX 6-0231.
early !pick of the Christmas tree You'll have to pick up your tree
crop this year by ordering yours though, no deliveries. l
now from the Y's Men's Club of
the ,Carver Branch YMCA, 5770 ,
NW 15th ave.Members .
of the: club will be
selling the trees to raise mcney One Bedroom
tkcilioit for their Youth Project, which is
I I '1 providing recreation activities for Corner Apt.
\ 1j1 young ipeople at the Branch and 11
inother County.locations throughoutDade Newly Decorated

Jacob Curry, chairman, said Is Available in
trees -will be available starting
December 15 and will be the Atlantic Manor32nd
the finest quality Canadian fir
Ave. and
You pay $1.00 deposit now and
the rest when you select your 42nd St.
I tree. t
If it's not ccnvenient to go by

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{ Is O.2 of Mt. Zion Baptist Church extend a ::1-

eorOidl l Invitation' to the public to worship with them on AttentionThe 'a

their 43rd driniversriry Suriday, November 22, at 3 o'clockat
the church. The speaker fdr the occasion will be Mrs. public is cordially invitedto JOHNSON OF MIAMI

Charlotte Ford Clark, principal I of Douglas Elerrtentary l attend the very latest in hair
styles and fashion show Nov. 22,
School. We know you will enjoy our program. May we 4 to 6 p.m. at the James E. Scott
expect All former members of choir No. 7200 NW
you. 2 are invitedto Community Center, Dinners Parties
worship with us at this occasion.C. 22nd ave., sponsored by the Dade Weddings Passport

C. Miller is president and Rev. Edward Graham is 49.County Admission Beauticians'100. Club, Unit Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty

-- Dr. Hawkins SpeaksAt 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294

Fall TeaSponsored I HomesteadHomestead
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by Mays High PTA, rx'r
Sunday, Nov. 22 at 3 p.m. Dona- Sunday, Nov. 22
tion 25c, up.Nurses is Men's Day at St. Paul Missionary -
Baptist Church.
Observed the fourth Sunday, in n !
Club Gives November, Men's Day is an annual -
? Night of GamesThe event. It is not only a time
for men of St. Paiul to evaluatethe
L. P. N.'s Club is sponsor- work they have accomplished -
ing a Night of Games and fun during the year past, but alsoa
r 1 Ocime:: and enjoy yourself. It will time when their performance is I I1r!
be at the home bf Mrs. L. Perpall, scrutinized by .people: of the !
4624 NW 29th ave., Saturday, community in general. I.
Nov. 21. from 8 until? The theme for Men's Day,
i Mrs. E. Eve is president and "Man's Role in a Disturbed
Mrs. L. Perpall, reporter Wcrld."

Annual Tea Several men througnout the SALLIE MARY
Miami area will take an active
tl.,........ .. Phyllis Club Wheatley cordially Invites Art and Social to part on the program. Among Mrs. Sallie Collins and Miss Mary F. Dixon of the
you those participating' are Dr. G. W.
MRS. CHARLOTTE F. CLARK attend its Annual Tea, Sunday, Hawkins, morning speaker; Rev. Modernistic Beauty )Salon are licensed hair weev w
. Ncv. 22. on the Range Lawn, W. H. Faison, pastor MorningStar technicians. They can weave hair on your head to
Anniversary Speaker 5727 NW 17th ave., from 4 to fl Baptist, Church, Princeton,
p.m. Donation 50 cents. evening speaker; Deacons Isaiah add length, fullness and cover bald spots. Their workis

Alpha Gamma Chi Key and J. H. Hankerson, Cove- guaranteed and reasonably priced.
Hostess to Slumber Lighthouse to nant Baptist Church, Florida
Jessie Robinsonand
PartyAlpha Dedicate SundayThe City; Brothers Elijah Ellington, Greater For further information call FR 4.9944 or come to

Miami Lighthouse for the NeHv Mt. Zion AME Church,
Gamma Chi Sorority Blind cordially invites the public Homestead; Bertram Smith. Mays MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SALON
members were hostess to a slum- t x> attend the dedication of its High School.
ber party on Saturday night, No- new Northwest Branch Light- Brothens Leroy Sims Jr., and 826 N.W. 3rd Avenue
vember 14, which was given for house, 536 NW 5th ave. at 3 p.m. Joseph) W. Adslde are general
the Rushees at the lovely homeof Sunday Nov. 22. chairmen for the day. .
Soror Minnie James. The selections -
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of attire worn were -
marked by their beauty, elegance
:and uniquen s. Everyone enjoyed StorePrescriptions
an entertaining evening of Brownsville Drug
-frolicking fun and refreshments.. SIR JOHN STUDIO 2
Sorors present were: Peggy
Bringier, Delores Bank ton, Helen 9 Drugs 0 Money Orders

Wiley, Claudia Jasper, Doris See our Beautiful Xmas Gifts Small Deposit 3RD AVE. ENTRANCE SIR JOHN HOTEL
Martin, Gloria Clark, Carmetta
Brown, Florrie Woodard, Veronica Will Hold
Thompson and Minnie James. DOLLS PRESENTS . ....
Rushes present were: Rosa W W. WELTERS, Reg. Pharm., Prop. FREE DELIVERY
Fannin, Mary Generett, Helen
Payne Dean, Valdes Murray, 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 4-7233 I II
Lela Boone, Christine Sleight REVUESTARRING
and Christine Hfcmmcck. :--.- -:-=:-I: :a._i

Hlland 6-2175 Office Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.


and his authentic Calypso Band with

i See BISHOP W. J. DAVIS Chico Lopez, the Laughing Cuban

Teacher of Metaphysics and Spiritual Advisor ALSO: ;

Will help solve your problems, will tell you how to be cured of things

you were not born with, you can IH made happy successful and get out DOTTIE "Bahama Mama"ANDERSON
of trouble. If you have love problems, marriage problems, money probe

lems, why not consult Bishop Davis, today.

All Information Given Strictly ConfidentialYou

will be surpirsed at the results. you can see in 7 hours after the ." .:
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Book with a determination to, read the
above mentioned books.A .
Week '
s big thanks to Miss Mamie

Esslx, a senior of Northwestern
The observance or Book Weekin
High School, for an inspiring
H j America is an established custom -
U't rendition of the implications of
the Dade School
throughout Education Week on The. Needs of
system, the traditional one 'week Youth.
has 'been etended through the
a. month of November by Dr. Joe Thomas, Paplno% ,chairman: of
: t Hall, superintendent of (public In-1 speech department of Northwestern -
struction.In reviewed "Let No Man Write
keeping with this custom, My Epitaph, by Willard Motley.
the Egelloc Club celebrated its We lived each character's part as
12th annual observance of Book told by Mr. Paplno, and agreed,
Week, Nov. 14 at the home of as outlined in his review, that
Mrs. Evelyn Mincy. each man writes his own epitaph.
Truly an interesting bock.
I The theme, "Go Exploring with
t Books" was meaningfully demon The climax of the evening wasa
M j strated by several! guest speakers presentation of a check by the
r : First Mrs. Ruth C. Cannon, librarian president Mrs. Pauline Smith to
; at Rainbow Park Elemen- Mrs. "J" Wentz specialist In rehabilitation -
tary School discussed books for services at the
these times: namely, Exodus by Cripple Children's Society for the
Leon Uris Negro Folklore by purchase of a wheel chair The
c _____ Hughe and Bontemips and Go With ortfanzation Is truly wonderful.
_____ God by Jim Bishop, The audience I There is no color line.
___ ti
_____ Children's Bock Week at Dun- children also enjoy together our
___ Listening Corner using the earphones
__ bar Elementary School featured
j3 SI __ At other times the
__ entire
__ parents who with their children
___ group will listen to some recorded
____ ccme to the library on Monday story that has been en-
from 5:30 7:30 in the
Y rz evenings : Joyed by children and their
L iwY interest cf helping] with the im- classes during the regular school
proving of reading. Parents and library period. Parents frequently
Douglas Elementary observed children share reading experiences read to children when select

American Education Week by THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" and enjoy the many facilities ing .:books for home use. Many
actively ,participating in various of the library. Parents ot times parents are pleasantly

school and community affairs PAGE 18 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1959 primary children may borrow surprised to. find that their:,'children
among) them 'being a panel discussion books for home use with these are able to read to them!
heard on Station WMBMon beginning readers. Parents and During,the last week in Octo-
Saturday, and a 4th grade her, children's books week book- J.
- _
"live classroom" that.'was. 'viewed w : S lets with space to list books that .
by hundreds of interested, :people I= children hope ,to road during the
This classroom was set up' in the
remainder vai the school y ur< ,I
window of the Atlantic Furniture
Y were. distributed all children
Company. Seen here are. some of r7illS'REHp rS , kcr "of ,.grades.3; . the people 'responsibly for;the were worn by the entire Dun-
'( ....:.
this year's1
of pronrlcentered
success \ bar .family I during Children's!
"around''the" theme, Book Week and given to parents _..
p .SchoolstV Praise: and. Appraise fcW. Your' 't' who ..attended ,the PTA-ETVik-'v.,, ... ,
. son meeting held on Nov. 7 *hen
THE, CURRICULUM COUNCIL the ETV: program was demon-

: Seated, C. Clark, principal; strated.
V. Bryant L. Eve, chairman; A, Aids to Choosing Books for
Williams, I. Salter, O, Williams Your Children, a Children's Book
Standing, A. Clapp, J Cohen, G. Council publication, was given to I
Coachman, J, Patten, M. Killings, each members of the faculty and
L. McQueen, M. Doles, E. Klmbro. staff and also to the Monday evening
Parents' Library Group. I
The 4th Grade Planning Com- Y.z The same people alb received
mittee with representatives from the booklet, Growing Up With I
the Curriculum Council: Seated: Bocks (an annotated list of 250
A. Clapp, A. Meadows, G. Coac- books every child should have a
man, M. Bloomfield, A. Jones, C, > a chance to read and enjoy) with I
Ellison, D. Davison.. Standing: J. compliments of the librarian,
Pittman, A. Crawford, chairman. Mrs. G. R. Love.
of "Live Classroom," Z. Jones. Teachers and pupils of our
3rd and 4th grade classes were
Alvce Clapp In "Live Class- : guests of' the Dorsey. Branch of
room" during teaching! of read-I the Miami Public Library on last
Ing Tuesday and Wednesday. There
,, 'i. they enjoyed thoroughly the;

Johnnie Patten teaching' music' special puppet show presented by-
Miss Helen Dorsett, branch librarian
S and Mrs. Rose Byrd
Doretha Davison teaching social *
studies. Liberty City assistant.
Every week is Book Week at:
Zola Jones teaching Science Dunbar, but twice each year, dur-,
ti ,, w w a r ing the Fall and the Spring and

Irma Salter teaching Art. with the cooperation of the .Ml- ".
Li 1 ami Public Library; we hope to
I I y 7 h 4. draw the attention"our pr fla,
-- --- their and'our'' to
parents public
TOOTN I Parents ;:children reading camera, Eugene Cleare, Paulette inspected by Charles Gordon and the opportunities offered by libraries -

ACHE IdiotIroa toyether. Facing the camera: Mrs. Clear, Althea Horne, Maurice ,,Wilbert Holloway, 6th grade school and public, and
wA/e doe or/ I sela/ Clifford Cleare holding baby Le- Darden, Claudette Cleare and q upils. especially by bur Dunbar. l1br a7: ;
11fte MItA otha with son Phillip sitting nextto Maude Cash. Lower inset shows parents and
S n'7 0 awa; 01pe''uolt. her; Mrs. Bleien and son, Je- Upper left: Bulletin Board display children listening to poetry together .
rcme and daughter Jenese; the in upper hall; Upper right: left to right: Johnny dell Demerit*k. Everette wii.sOa. "
Major Browns with daughter, Karen Library dismay of the 12 book j Pinckney, Mrs. C. R. Love 11brarian.ld Mrs Mary Wilson pr\4.urrice_. -i

Shannon. With 5 ,. .Y', ..backs Y Ya -..11 tow -. ,categories,__ 7"* 4ita.and, new. .*books..-). _fc being- : . ,. ._. CkAq'.WhA- ID,. D,1 .-.":J-*... .. :-. ,r; __. I ..


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BUNCHE PARK ELEM. R. R gave an elightened panel
American Education Week was
discussion entitled "The School
American Education Week has A GALA NIGHT OF at very successful at Rinbow Park. Board Members and Their
Ome and gone but the impact it were The entire family visited the New Duties."
left The Bethel Baptist Church in the
on our tpupils, faculty and con-
the total residents of Bunche Hen and :faculty of community of the school on Sun- The observance of American
Park Community will linger indelibly invite you to a Book very day, Nov. 8. Education Week was climaxed on
in keeping with the Music" in the school A. L. Monday night, along with the Friday ,with an assembly !program
theme, "Praise and Appraise Monday, Nov. 23 at "A PTA we had Twilight School rendered by parents and friends
Your School," the following pro.. A few brief This gave each parent the opportunity of the community.
gram was planned tot each day the talent being in to visit and observe the Mrs. Fortscn, the principal,
during the week. Our program program' will prove on classroom and the teacher in action I and faculty: were very pleased
opened on Sunday, Nov. 8, when dividuals are ,artists ex- of a sample lesson taught. with the cooperation of the parents -
the faculty divided themselves rights, having made and Tuesday the new teachers add and business people of our
appearances bolore. a ed to our family this year ren- community who so graciously
Mrs. Versie P. . In dered the devotional exercise accepted our window displays of
soloist, received an was over P.A. system, followed by i, posters centered around American -
I. ing one of the char- program at 1:45: p.m. for retired Education Week.
ists in the Florida and deceased teachers. We can say that we have real-
Industrial Memorial; were Wednesday, an assembly pro.. ly praised and appraised' our
. King Rankin, a gram was given in honor of I school; the parents, the teachers,
+ erx Bethune Cookman caIe-1 Veteran's Day. and the children

made many solo '
a baritone, and I
out Florida, singing
thune Ccokman DRIVER'S LICENSE !
Chorale Group . ?"
Bruton Ross, I an-
matic reading, Is a had
Florida A and M school
was a memiber of ere
Team, Drama Guild was O'BERRY'SMAGIC
for the FSTA .
man en
into three and attendedthe
three major groups churches in the . Willie Lewis, them CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
: teacher, was a .
Bunche Park Community.A .
Modern Dance Team Bears
very informative panel which I Cookman. .He is \ FR 4-7756
consisted of Archie McKay Mrs nal interpretation of on 1453 N.W. 6th AvenueDRESSES
Bernlce Dorsett, Dr. James White, I World in His Ervin
Mrs. M. Newbold, Mrs. J. Sweet- Motonaires, -
ing. and Harold Mitchell told an I talented members of pre-of
overflowing, crowd of PTA mem- are rendering' many were
bers haw they can work for bet- ,favorite songs, under the
ter schools on Monday night tion of Mrs. 'I play

Parents were given bulletins music consultant. I I the
from their child's teacher stating ,
what is expected:! of their child of ented hearing teachers some, of and r Big Assortment of Wearing Apparel at all Times
academically during the school
year. have enjoyed Hundreds of beautiful dresses-all new

Tuesday being National Teachers Mrs.Rev. Linnie E. \ Values to $25, only.,..............,.......................... $1.50
Day, all teachers were honored I
Big Assortment Slightly Higher
) throughout the day. Mrs.
Hazel Saunders, fifth grade "WITH GOD Men's Suits Value to $50 ............ ........ ........ $7.50

teacher on l leave, was at her bests Children Dresses .... . ........................ ............ $1.00

she addressed the boys and THINGS Boys Suits, Value to $25 ..........................., .... $5,00
girls over the public address sys-


FORTUNE 127 N.W. 2nd St (Take elevator to 2nd floor)
. ..... .
Are you tacinz,
Money or Job

piness? Poor health? _. .
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; or family troubles? ; ::: ;; ;;-::: :; ;; ;; :; :::;:
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and may"Good find the Fortune"a Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

markable, specially
book of 48 pages "I
Want You may '
tj And II
; f " )' 'I zah,
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i "worn
tam on, "The Teacher: : What is a .' rj ,..! i
Teacher?" Mrs. Annie Glass Andersen i .,,*,,1tK.ff ". 'A ( Inc.
retired teacher: was guest ,I I'Z fa vine
find was presented a small token rt ,
The theme, "The Pea;le NextDTor. fe
Who Are They?", served &s'th I made a
bash for our pupils to parti-
v>>3fp In a Junior Town Meetingon ., S. brew
forth best ef !
Wednesday morning when our U V.' our
"ests! taro exchange studentsfTrm also burn Incense ]
the TTn'veortltv! of M''"n'' as mentioned in the ( public at ,BONDED
""rvhiin Kung from Krrea and 9-4 ront "n'm' ? a \
VI-'! ". Yarn: from Chile woke sujrtfested prayers. S SMrs.
h"'"f1y then verv informally' When you see me '
thI.ew, the hvt 'n. '''--m our) '''UITf1 Tt w a s and make
t"rvt'fyinM If'ten to the intelli- future, and the ob I "'
i ant q"a4ltntJ! n-l kM by our visit without you ,
Tvmfls!) thin f>nM htenlng them or no charge made. Clerk
'pNrmt their customs and mode of cies were t
living! I "Meet the Press" TV

Sept 30, _1956, and
whowise! assembly was that people, from
hP1d on Thur div morning when! come to me for my UNITS IN DADE AND
original tklt entitled
Jm 'fllay at I and to straighten out !
ffh*. School Board Meeting" was because of my 25 BROWARD COUNTIES
;presented. I ence and nation-wide
Two live teichlnif d' mon .tra- And because of -what I
t'-rn' whIch extendH the class for 90 many others.! -fi' .
rooin to the community were held l I: For appointments L4f
.Thundav In the Bunche Park,. work or readings ,
!Rhocrin* Center. Mrs Louise J I'|I ". .M10u.llw' mq 1t .
:Lewis and her second graders. below. To order the '" GE CY, INC,
were dl olavd In the mornlnr, 1"1 Shall Not Want"
',"hlJe Mrs. lyl J. Martin and I' zah and Tncense send ; .. -
her fifth eraser-* were displayed I ntus 12e postage or ..... .
Jin; the afternoon fflOO nits ehanres.
"Yidav! Parted week of OFFER ONLY-NOT

..',..: '"i e.!in4. FOR ANY SPECIAL .......-....... PL 8-9827
tert to American Education COVSUT/TATTONS. 1019 NW. 6th ST.

'.,'. ''We"ic when Rev. Samuel Gav, ANDERSON.<< 302 .........,...., HI 42447 Ft Lauderdale ..............., JA 43367
of Mt. Hermon AME Church chal-' Ave.. Rossville, Oa.:
"" k>ned our roiroils to "study and! seven days a weefc. ............ NE 68466 339 HAMMONDVILLE RD.
tk advantage of all the wony
..'. derful oooortunltfes presented-I f OX 1.4423 Pompano ...-..........-..---... WE 38235 ,1

,' them as he cited some oitfalls; 1
Y. MEN'S 14460 N.W. 22nd AVE.
'. that prevented many adult citi-; AVE. r
;.' zens from completing; their education ChrjAtmlT..p Opa Lock MU 80617

,,'". -., and related how the evenIng ... ....... CE 68563
schools are serving thelineeds. Melon YO 2100 N.W. 3rd CT.. ................ FR 46381

Make Deposit MAIN OFFICE
Mrs. Inez J. Fryson served as
chairman of American Education Call! OXford Avenue FR 3-8416
Week and Mrs. Sylvia LamblrtJs
principal. -
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57th ,Street Area Extra Large DeLuxe UnfurnishedOne

THANKS In Appreciation $375 Down Bedroom Apartments

I __._ .._ .. Completely furnished, 1 mortgage OAK FLOORS SPACIOUS CLOSETS 2 PORCHES
Mrs. Louise McDdw and her .m. ,payment, large master bed- RANGE REFRIGERATORS '. WATER
family wish to thank her '
many roan plus Florida room. Deep
friends for their lovely flowers lot. Ideal far small family. Excellent ORCHARD VILLA PATIO APTS.
and cards sent to her while convalescing It' condition.' Move in today. 5815 N.W. '12th Avenue ...
at home. Special thanksto k L No qualifying Ask for Mr. Richard -
Monica Guild, Young Women I Open Daily-3 to '5 p.m.
Progressive:: Club, Richmond
Heights Home DemonstrationClub

Socialities.and the Richmond Heights I 1 I $425 '!Down Ii: ]wi..f! -. .t .Jo ', ,. ht\; ,..' X-. -1f: \ c.>:.c'_- . '. .
p. $49 Month

1''i' : _: Only $8,500 Total "',

NoticeThe Immaculate 3-bedroom, 1 bath ENROLL NOW IN .
CBS. Awning, carporte, 1 mort
U. S. A. Club will sponsor gage. This will not last. See today SUNLIGHT BEAUTY ;:SCHOOLFor
a Thanksgiving Dinner Nov. J Ask fcr Mr. Richard'
26 2988 of ;
at NW 45th st. Turkey k
ail a Life Long Profe lionFlorida's
and ham with all the trimmings Gold Coast Realty
from 13 to 6 pjm The public is
Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
cheerfully Invited.
4301 ,
N.W. 2nd Ave. *t

,='tJ ,', . '" . . [.' PL 1-2426 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4.9998 I

LOVELY hereby MRS. VERA take this WILSONI method of ..ft lK**3 I...:..n..'.',.?'MHV'n.'...'....'..........',.:.>V._n..A.H.A n.V......:..... ..i..V.n...y'_'.._..n..'..n_n.----n lS n.V *V Al 1.'..*V. .'...JU.u.**Y...*.*.V...*..ifi.....S.....K'Ii'"rf......

saying Temple members thanks No.of O.1018 to the W.IBPOEW officers Bannerman and of i: Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From j jff i

Perrine for making me so very 9

HOMESs they happy celebrated on November Vera 8th Wilson when :: VISIT OR CALl TODAY. . PL 7-1645 x: .

Day. Many thanks to' all the sltt1.
and Bills all over the {
of Florida that helped to 0J ;1t1
FOR SALEIn make it a grand success, truly I Ott,
'was "Queen fcr' a Day" Special
'lt.-y ,
mention must be made of Mrs. i .. J i, it klt
Northwest55th Susie Harvey, the Daughter IOU.
Ruler of O. W. Bannerman M $ @
St. Area Temple and Mns. Hattie I. Jamesof I W , ' ; I
Jacksonville, and many others ov wT.y.. R R w < a't,t.
I : .
too numerous to mention. May WM a
God continue to :bless each and .
-- a .
:everyone of you f=1" tgiving me .t
my ,flowers while I can smell
, ;them. ..l t. Y F
Gratefully yours, E' t i1tSr
If Vera A. Wilson - .

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Low Down Payments ]HOMES FOR SALE : 'lip :' ::1

Easy Monthly Terms Beautiful Corner . -
Orchard Villa ;:.1t,"z q Ts::' d i t I'.
School. 3 bedroom, carort! and a i t .. : .
Pr' :.e
Only 1 Mortgage yard like a park. Low down pay- = I .ltnMZ.RiNrki .
ment on FHA terms. t 4 .iNw1Oew.! 'A.Mw' W1'd .... x. MMM.... .

Newly Decorated :: WHY PA Y RENT ? JU.

Third CBS = --
Ave.Realty 9U i - - -5
1490 N.W. 57th St. : OPA LOCKA :
Open Sat. and Sun See this nice 2 < 7Of? CUSTOM BUILT
home. Last one in this nice section ; BEAUTIES ONLY *PP& DOWN GEORGEOUS1! lUi
3 bedroom, on corner lot, 8
low FHA terms. ,1 i OPEN THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 1-6 P.M. ;;lt i

Day Nursery N.W. I ;2 1 See 1770 N.W. 152nd Street-2335 ''N.W. 152nd Terrace t!

742 NW 3rd Ave. KindergartenPrice at. Built-in Oven and Range i All Jalousied
reduced. Owner wants of- ;l 40 ft. Rear Screened Patios Close to SchoolsSeparate
fer. Must be sold call
now me i
'en this for a good deal now.s Fully i'a One Monthly! Payment '. a Utility ,," ,l it!
FR 4-3297 equipped and ready to make mon- .x a No Closing Costs I e All Modern Bathroom NCt
AND ey. fn.l No Qualifying All Large Rooms f K'-''

NE 4-0394 Only '._..,........ - f
NW. 56th St. area. Very
nice 2 bedroom, with Florida .tU' Brand New 3-Bedroom ,CBS Homes Income 4 Units CBS D
S. Hutcheson, Jr. i room. Could be used as third tt,' Open this Sunday 1-6 p.m. Terrific location. Close to Shell' ,K
bedroom. Near bus and schools.
See 1570
I at r 154th St. Priced right. Shown by appointmentonly.
RegisteredReal I Call E. Harry DennyPL i a 1481 N.E. 151st Terrace .
Estate Broker 78250 c 1436 N.E. 153rd Terrace W

I LOWRIE REALTY TU 7-1838 .iUa City Water No Closing Costs Duplex Near NW 7th Ave. Duplex "

1. .: . -. I !n $495 Down 2.Bedrooms 1-Bedroom 1 ,
!| 3 North Miami Beach Priced Right Each Side "CBS" ,Each Side R
at Beauty Priced Low
t r3 Very good buys-By appointment '
I Wiicii i 2-Bedroom Furnished CBS Home

J Front and rear screened porches. City Lots Lots Call us if you have 1'1.
:1 water. Nice area. Open this Sunday
one to Quick cash closings. We
. Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 21.Ci 1-6 p.m. See 1848 NW 57th St have several choice lots to build youa

I ; home if you so desire. Close to NW
SAME DAY SERVICE =jU Bedroom Corner CBS 7th Ave. area. C

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS ;U t Only $695 Down -_- i. i

3 t Set 5036 NW 23rd Avenue DOWNTOWNt;;

Picture Tube Special I In.' New CBS store building with ,private (-i;
:U' Just built New 3-bedroom CBS room and bath in rear. Large rental 2!
17-inch-$22.95 21-inch-$29.95 d homes. Venetian blinds, shower doors area. Good for grocery store, barbershop ;
.- large deep lot. See 3091 3099 NW beauty parlor. Close to buses. uS: 1
.: 58th Street. $995 down. Total price $9,995. Only !'
SERVICE CALLS--Day or Night .................... $2.50 ft)k( Only $995 Down one mortgage to pay. Terrific loca n

tion. See us for key to .this valuable
Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges jJR'1 No closing costs-Move store.

Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph \' -=="':":.::r __ right fi

Records All late hits. Speclal-3 for $1.00

Vets Radio & TV Co. 3'lt ltd= FAIR EA1f t

| We are open every dr y 9 to 6 p.m. including Sundays

939 N.W. 3rd Ave. J :20* N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 71645TH

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