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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: November 28, 1959
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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,-" The times are changed and we are changed with them


1- Negroes Integrate Crandon Park ,1 I INo

From county facilities to all citizens, ed parks, Negroes would begin
Opposition The committee had visited the using the facilities immediately.At I
Park Officials County Manager two weeks ear- two o'clock the group appeared -
lier with its demand and gave at Crandon Park. Insteadof
'A group of 20 Negroes led by
being denied they were treat-
Rev Theodore Gibson visited notice that a federal suit (wouldb
forthcoming unless it received ed very courteous and given full W Mn 1
and most
Bade County's largest
access to. the parks Campbell had
satisfactory action from the
elaborate public( ) Ixaric .Wednesday county. called' the park and told officials r. (Yal art, I ., I 1
with the unwilling approval I
admit the
there to group as longas
of County Manager O. W. Campbell At the meeting Tuesday County they were orderly. %

Attorney Darrey Davis recom-! Cur us whites gathered to ,' 4y._.'.
mended that the demand not bo
EIght members of 'the group
watch the horde of TV
group as a
went in swimming and later complied with, but that an impartial and took
board be named to gather cameramen 1
sunned themselves on the beachat and the lead-
facts as the first step toward pictures interviewed 't
Crandon Park for half an
of the A Metro patrolcar
ers group.
hour, while the others just roam- setting up a program to integrate made its usual tour thru the :
ed about the beach and visited county parks, beaches and hos and Metro detectives -.-
area two
pitals. The word interracial did
the concession counters.
observed the from nearby '
Garth C. Reeves, Oscar Range, not appear in the recommendation benches. group '
and Dr. John Brown were first of the board. 8 : it
to check out lockers, change in Father Gibson, Atty. G. E
the locker room and enter the Graves, Oscar Range and Otis NorthwesternTops t ,
water. They were followed by I James Joined in a passionate plea I BTW 20-0 ; _
Mrs. Robert Primus, Mrs with the county manager for an I I '
Alice Barr and three teenagers I order integrating the facilities, Northwestern High's Bulls defeated -
from 'Coconut Grove. but to no avail. It was then that ; Booker T. Washington 20- /
The.-visit to the beach followed Atty. Graves told Campbell that 0 Thursday night at Miami Stadium ANY _
a denial to'an NAACP committee since Metro Atty. Davis has admitted I in the annual Thanksgiving -
headed by the Rev. Theodore!, there is no law to bar rivalry renewal between the 1to/
Gt'bscn>>' to open all tax supported! Negroes from county tax support I two schools. .


,Ih 1, rI i IlI1;)

Produce Desegregation __ A

x Plan or Face OrderBISHOP MI,

Blanche Galloway WFEC music ter Interviews her
EXCUSE TO famous brother, Cab Calloway, over WFEC during his recent -

......iI>_ ., ":: -..-. -- DELAY engagement at the Americana Hotel, Miami Beach

A Federal Court of Appeals
ruled on Tuesday that Florida'

used Pupil df as Assignment pUblic an alllbi Law delay cannot Integration be- I: Negro Vote Decisive in

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals -
In New Orleans ruled that .
the law Is not "a reasonable start DuMond
toward full compliance" with the Victory '
1954 Supreme Court decision
which banned racial segregation. -
It told Florida to get a workable ,Vote Reversed' 3,531 votes to 1,754 for Shiver in
plan for egregaton cr face the these precincts. e I
possibility of a court order taking In RunoffMiami Miami Negro political factions
down all the racial bars in were definitely divided In this
the schools. Negro voting strength race. More money was behind the
The court did not call for a showed its potential on Tuesday I Shiver campaign but the thinking
quick integration here. Orchard when Joseph X. DuMond scoreda I voter know DuMond was the
Villa and Air Base Elementary 2 to 1 victory over incumbentOtis I best man for the jcb The Dade
schools, both In Dade County, are Shiver in the hotly contested County Young Democratic Association -
"tokenly" comlying with the order City Commission runoff election. endorsed DuMond.An .
1 of the Supreme Court. It Is I The vote was 20,509 to 10,653 for ilnovatlon In the campaign
expected that the lccal school the Coconut Grove attorney.In was the public endorsement of
board will cite these schools as the primary on Nov. 17 DuMond by radio station WJEC,
evidence that >? is keeping Instep Shiver carried nine of the 13 The station plugged away editorially .
with the law. predominantly Negro precinctsand dally and is largely responsible -
The case was filed by the Rev got 45.5 percent of the total for helping get out the
Father Theodore Gibson three vote cast for the two men. heavy Negro vote in an otherwise
a and a half years ago, and this is But on Tuesday DuMond carried very light voter turnout. I
3 1, k I the second time it was remanded all except one of the Negro Grove area had the largest turn- I
for final action to the District precincts and polled 67 ,percent Negro( voters in the Coconut
Court in Miami. of the vote. DuMond
The appeals court did not rule
directly on Father Gibson's request i i
for Immediate integration,
I but reversed the Miami court de- Holdups received'I/,
clslen and told the District Courtto
retain Jurisdiction. It also gavo '
The Rt. Rev. Ernest L. Petersen ,the Bishop was stricken at his the School Board the alternativeof Rise In 'I
Metropolitan Primate of the home Just as he was about to re making its own plan to lower
American Catholic Church, and tire. An ambulance was called the bars -cf segregation! Bandits staged a series of hold- ave: was entered by thieves &ter
one of the foremost' religious .and he was rushed to the hos- School Board Attorney Edward ups this week during the night they cut two !padlocks on the
leaders in the Miami area, died pital. Enroute to the hospital he Boardman is reported to have in the Liberty City area. I front door. They took 70 cartonsof
suddenly Thursday morning at1:50K became unconscious. He died Just said: "We'll review the decision Burglars carried off a e a a h cigarets valued at $160. Metro
: the Christian Hospital., eight minutes after his arrival. ,with a view to asking for a rehearing register containing $100 50 car- patrolmen were attracted by the
A,native of St. Thomas, Virgin Bishop Petersen is survived by cr further appeal." tons of cigarettes valued at $130 ringing of the burglar alarm.
Islands, British West Indies his wife, Mrs. Estria Petersen, a School Supt. Joe Hall said, "I and 40 pairs of men's pants val- Ernest Brinson of 6091 NW
Bishop Petersen came to Miamimore { daughter Nellie a sister, Mrs. am amazed at the decision." ued at $200 from the Star Gen 15th ave. and Willie Barnes of
than 34 years ayo. He livedat Ethel Whittlng three nieces and ,The whole matter now is In the eral Store, 6728 NW 18th ave. 6101 NW 23rd court, both 19
1811 NW 4th court. three nephews.In lap of the School Board to show Joe' Market at 6670 NW 18th were arrested and Marvin Waidwas
(are was the presiding Bishop of the death of Bishop Petersen that it has a plan. for desegre- being hunted for the robbery
all of the American, Catholic Miami has lost one of its most tlon. of Mack and Fred Kervin,
Churches in this country as wellas conscientious religious leaders. A the man as Guthrie Toles, whose two clerks at Tiny' Liquor Store
In a number of foreign countries leader who was rich in charitable MAN'S BODY last known address was Cleveland 2541 NW 54th it.
including Cuba and Barbados deeds-whose generous understandIngs Investigator Mort Bromleysaid Brinson and Barnes were stop
in the troubles of FOUND IN CANALThe the body apparently had ped by Metro police In the 5900
The Bishop had been ailing fox others and unfailing courage of apparently been in the water block on NW 24th ave. a few I
some time, but had not been con his own, made him beloved and body of a 52-year-old three or four days when it was minutes after 0:50 pan when the
fined to beds He went about his well, respected, by many people. groom en .toyed at Gu1streamPark fcund. He said Toles was last robbery was reported, and were
usual duties on Wednesday and Funeral arrangements are in racetrack was found Tuesday seen at 6 ajn. Thursday.Dr. arrested The former had a .22
was apparently getting along charge of the Richardson Funeral,I in a canal near NE 215th St. Joseph Davis county med- calibre revolver and $123 on his
: Home, Arranjitnents are incomplete. just east of the track. ical examiner, ruled that death
About 11:45: Wednesday night 'Metro Investigators Identified I was caused by drowning. Continued on page 4 \ ,' .'


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THE $'4 IAMI' TIMESl-"Tlie Peoples Newspaper" Zetas Attend Reqional in S.C. I IA

PAGE 2 ..: -r ;r.,SATURDAY! NOVEMBER 28, 1959

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t T quarters for the event is the Buist

RoadS School. Three workshops
Alorig Freedoms designed to evaluate, recommendand

> "'*- ....._ "* IP"W execute proposed sorority Mrs.
iprcjecls -will be directed by :
---S By RUTH PERRY Ola Adam National Associate
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Project Director. The dynamic,
and esteemed Dr. De-
In September, 1957, enactingits spreading' slums. If low-cost at ,chaining C. Wolfe grand basileus of
first civil rights bill since 1875, housing is constructed in outly- at the
scheduled to speak
Zeta is
Congress established a six-man ing areas and little or none of it *, ., S.M4 ,
independent Commission. on Civil is available for colored Ameri- J public program.

Rights: to investigate, appraise, and cans, the present Inequality of r D Miami Zetas are in quest of r t
make evaluations and recommendations opportunity and the resulting resentments Yhti the Regional honors for chapter .' .
with respect to "de and frustrations will be a 1 activity reprts, projects reportsand 4 k
nial of equal protection of the accentuated rtiFry4 auxiliary events. A display
laws under the Constitution." In oif Amicette and Amicae handi- I ;

August oaf 1959 the Commission EQUAL OPPORTUNITY HOUSINGThe TO crafts as well as sorority reports c ; T J.
was extended to November 1961 I'' ;,
have been submitted by the chap-. ;:
need is not for pattern\ .
elf integrated housing; it is for I .. "..,<:,<. &. ';';>.1:'''';

During its first two years, the equal opportunity to secure decent ': i< ..,.,..
Commission limited its attentionto housing. The difficulties in f . :\I. ; ....
voting! education and housing. achieving this are considerable.Most I I ;i:

Since housing is a grave problem of the available city land is h. I '.,:., .. .
where Negroes are concerned, this already occupied and the cost of .. .. ?"yw ..HEN ...._ "_
column! will be concerned with I: clearing slum ,property for new 9 0 SUSAN HARRIS
the (findings and reccimimendatiorw low-rent housing is practically MARIAN SHANNON

of the Civil Rights Commission mm: ___---- prohibitive ''w;"h out Government Four members of Beta Tau TWO AMICAE ATTEND
specifically on housing.It assistance. The pressure for expansion Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi, Beta Amicae Susan Harris and Arnica

is the public' policy of the of overcrowded Neiro Scirority, Inc., are attending the Maydell Braynon will represent -
United States, declared by the areas is so great that when an Southeastern Regional Confernce the Miami Amicae (Friends
Congress and the President in opening occurs, the pent-up Negro : in Charleston, S. C. this of Zeta) at the Regional in
accord with the declared pur- demand !hours into the new weE: end. Charleston.Mrs. .
pses of the Constitution that neighborhood! and the white residents Sharing! the spotlight on the O. B. Williams of Pensa-
every American family shall have usually flee in panic. The 'program will be Mrs. Marian H. cola, is Regional Director.
equal opportunity to secure a decent Negro's need for an alternativeto Shannon, associate Regional. director The Miami group won first
home in a god neighborhood blockbusting as a way of securing of Zeta Beta and Mrs. prize with display handicraft last
hcusiniy' must be met Just 'Ruth North Polite, state directorof year; and, have worked diligently -
as the legitimate interests of Amicae Affairs. Mrs. Marguerite to prepare an even greater
Since the home is the heart of a white neighborhoods on the edgeof Miller Miami chapter entry for this year. '
good society it is essential that Negro expansion areas must I" basileus and Mrs. Eugenia B. 1
this aspect, of the promise of be protected. TO achieve both ,. Thomas: >are delegates from the Y's Men's Club
equal erotecllcn of the laws be these results and relieve the pressure I local group. CHRISTMAS TREE SALES
fulfilled forthwith. From theCommission's of the meet .
present Negro con- I Scheduled as a two-day '
study of housing centration, now housing oppor- ing1 Zetas of Florida. Georgia and Helps YOUth
two /basic facts Were found to MAKE DEPOSIT TODAY
tunities available to Negroes: on South Carolina will invade the
constitute the.central problem. all levels of, income must be historic! city of Charleston. Head- i MARGUERITE MILLER I Call OX 60231Central

PROBLEMS OF HOUSING opened in the metropolitan areas
generally; slum clearance and the
First, a considerable number of construction of new housing must ministration and the Housing and
Americans, by reason of their take place in the central city. Home Finance Administration to

color' or race, are being denied The Federal Government now assure that no community Is us-
equal opportunity in housing. A plays a major role in housing. Its !ins Federal urban renewal assistance -
large proportion of colored Am- narticfiation to accomijllsh such re-
in slum clearance
ericans are living in overcrowded irban redevelopment' public, sults. Examination of each urban Life Insurance Co.
slums in- j nnval In this will
or blighted areas restricted lousing and mortgage loan insurance project light
sections (tf our cities, amounts to billions of require the services of persons of IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
with little or no access, to new dollars. The Constitution special: competence in the field of
housing or to surburban areas. any governmtotfal{ discrimi- intergroup relations.
Most of these Americans
regardless -

professional tif their educational) accomplishments, economicor Tell/iion operation nation/ ,:by cr reason of national Federal of origin.race housing, color The, BLESSINGSJOHN New Family Group PlanFather

have no alternative but to live in ,
used dwellings originally occu- agencies and programs Is subject STARRt Mother, Children-All Under One Premium
to this 'principle. In addition
pied by White Americans who there is in effect an act of Con-, 1 to 3 DAY BLESSING New-borns Automatically Insured at Birth
have a free choke of housing .
gress in 1866 and
new or old. Housing thus seems adopted re- $25.00OTHER AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
enacted In 1870 that.recognizes
American to be the one market commodity that is in not the the equal right' of all citizens: BLESSINGS Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
$5.00 to $20.00P.
regardless of color, to purchase, From
freely available on equal terms
rent, sell or use real
property. O. Box 1922
to everyone who can afford to
pay. It would be an affront to RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE ,
Cleveland 6 OhioSW
human dignity for any one groupof COMMISSIONThe $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The

Americans to toe restricted to 19600BLESSINGS
wearing only hand-me-down Commission recommendsthat Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
clothing or' to eating the leftovers an appropriate biracial com You are never helped
of ethers': food. mittee or commission on housing; Unless You Try Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs

Like food and clothing', housing be established in every city and D12
is an essential of life, yet many state with a substantial non- e
non-white American families population Such"agencies
have no choice but second hand should be empowered to study Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
h'cmes The results can be seen racial problems in housing, receive J. B. SMITH

in high rates 'of disease, fire, juv- and investigate complaints: 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
enile delinquency, crime and social alleging discrimination, attemptto ELECTRICSERVICE
demoralization those solve problems through medi-
forced to live in such among conditions.A ation and conciliation, and con- OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
nation dedicated to respect! lor sider these agencies should be Electrical Contractor
the human dignity of every individual strengthened by the enactment of MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH
should not permit such legislation >fcr equal opportunity HOUSEWIRING"Don't 176 N.W. 14th St. 602 N. Rosemary Ave.
In areas of housing deemed ad-
conditions to continue.
Call us"
cuss -

. of Second colored, the Americans housing are disabilities part ofa Secondly, the Commission recommends PHONE QX 1.3625 I 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth St.
national crisis that the President issuean I
housing involv-
or Day
Executive Order
stating the
ing a general shortage of low-
cost housing. Americans of lower constitutional objective of equal

income, both colored and white, opportunity In housing directing -, .
have few opportunities for decent all Federal agencies to shape j .....f--
their policies; and practices to
homes in good neighbor
make the maximum
hoods. Since most surburban contribution' Hiland 6-2175 Office Hours 9 to 8
to the achievement of this goal. a.m. p.m.
is their
housing beyond means, I
they remain crowded in the central RACIAL PATTERNS IN
city, creating new slums. URBAN RENEWALAs
Since colored people comprise a WHY
rising proportion of the city President Eisenhower has
dwellers 'with lowest income, also said, the Federal Govern-
these slums are becoming Increasingly ment must "prevent the dislocation -
colored. The population cl such minority group fam-
of metropolitan areas, already ilies through\ the misuse of slum
cont; cent of the American people, isfrdwing mission's housing hearing there
rapidly not merely by were allegations that urban renewal -
Teacher of Metaphysics and Spiritual Advisor
births but/ by migration These programs are being' usedin
migrants, many of them colored, same instances for "Negro
most of them unadapted to urban clearance" and that either new Will help solve your problems, will tell you how to be cured of things

life, from the 'cutting edge of the patterns of segregated neighbor- you were not born with, you can b, made happy, successful and get out

housing crisis. hoods are being created or ex.isting of trouble. If you hav.e love problems, marriage problems, money prob-.
From these facts It is evident patterns of segregation are
hems, why not consult Bishop Davis today.
that tfcir decent homes in good being substantially accentuated
neighborhoods to be available for With the non-white citizens' par-
all Americans, two things must ticipation in planning urban renewal Information Given Strictly ConfidentialYou
happen: the housing shortage for *t the tower level which

all Kiwer Income Americans must the Commission has recommended will be surpirsed at the results you can see in 7 hours after the
be relieved, and equality of opportunity such questions should be work is finished. \ '
to good Americans raised at an early stage. In addition -
be secured for colored the Commission recommends -
If racial discrimination Is ended that communities1 '"work- 3627 PERCIVAL AVE. COCONUT GROVEr
but adequate low-cost housing Is able programs" and specific urban -

not available, most colored Americans renewal projects be examined .
will remain confined In by the Urban Renewal Ad- I""; ,ta.i . r' ". " ,



THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper" I

High Scoring Seen Between : SATURDAY\ NOVEMBER 28, 1959 PAGE. 3 I I II

Alphas Coronation Talent Show ever presented In
.. the Greater Miami area. If you
are a lover of rare beauty and
Rattlers andPanlhers. And Talent Show delightful entertainment you will

not miss the Second Annual

Wednesday Coronation and Talent] Show.
The proceeds will go toward
:t ,
PRAIRIE VIEW Beta Beta. Lambda Chapter cxl Alpha's scholarship fund. Prizes
Phi Fraternity Inc. I will be awarded to the winners
Alpha Alpha
SLIGHT Sports and Scholastic I presents Its second annual Coronation of; the Talent Show.

FAVORITEWhen I and Talent Show Wednes- :
day, Dec. 3, at 8:15: p.m, In the
Boater T. Washington High auditorium YOUR MORTGAGE
the high scoring units of .
the Prairie View Panthers and ChatterFOOTBALL Highlights of the Coronation PAYMENTS
the Florida A and M Rattlers
of The I
will be "The Crowning
collide in the Orange Bowl Dec. Queen of Betta'' Beta Lambda Are Too High!
5 fans
to the
can expect see SCORES
Chapter tar 195960.
Scoreboard clock get a good work Lincoln Memorial 20; Rochelle 7 YOUNG SCORES Also to 'be presented during. the You are getting behind, you
'be Miss Booker
out.The Coronation will
Panthers have been made North Dade 13; Attucks 13
Northwestern need some extra, cash now!
5' TD's AGAINST T. Washington, -
favorites to retain their national Glbb. High 28; Dunbar High 0
Miss Car-
Carver 31; Blanche Ely 0 Miss North Dade, TAYLOR lower
championship although the Ratt ROOSEVELTBy Miss can get you
and Mays High.
lers have fielded an improvedteam Roosevelt (Lake Wale) 19;
this year. Pinedas/ 7 WILBE'RT MASON After having seen some of the payments, cash now, and
BTW 20 6 loveliest young ladies in Miami
; Suskegee
The Rattlers have won eight
Mays High halfback Cecil the audience will have an opportunity help make your paymentsfor
consecutive the
games during It was stated last week before Young: scored .live touchdowns to to witness the ''best young
59 campaign.. The Rattlers rec- the FAMU-Southern game thatJake's help the Mays High Rams defeat talent that Miami has to offer. you
ord to date: Benedict College, 74- Devils of West
Rattlers would come out the Roosevelt High
0; Wiley College 64-0; Morris on top in that one. The reason Palm] Beach 40-14 last. Saturday Some of the acts presented\ Phone FR 9.1703
Brown 6-0; Bethune Coofcnrun Homestead. the talent show will be comedy
for the statement was, that the' night in
68-6; South Carolina State 34-12; Cats of Southern defeated the I The Rams' defense was able to sketches, dancing, readings, mono- J. R. TAYLOR
North Carolina A&T 28-16; and Rattlers in their meeting' last stop the Devils' attacks on the logues and musical perforana noes.
Allen University 52-5, and season. and down through the ground and in the air. The Rams Brothers cif Beta Beta Lambda Deemed Mortgage Broker
Southern 214. Their final game years it has been very noticeablethat drove down to the 7 yard line Chapter have promised to make
prior to the Classic will be against Jake Gaither has never been and from there Young made the this the greatest Coronation and

Texas Southern University In defeated two straight times in as !first TD. After recovering a _
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Houston Nov. 28. many years by the same team. Roosevelt fumble, Young caughta I
Prairie View, a perennial south- The Rattlers won that one 21-14. 68 yard pass from quarterback
western and national power, hasa Jchnny Fletcher to end the first
record of eight twins The Panthers L
championship game quarter scoring.
have one game remaining. at Phillips second *
will be staged in Tampa Late in the quarter
They will collide with Southern Dec. threw to
Field Thursday night, Fletcher a 557yard pass .
University on Ncv' 28 In Baton 3 between. Carter-Paramore High Young to make the score 18-0 in
Rogue. The Panthers records to School cf Quincy of the Big "9" the first half. '
date: Jackson College 52-6; Allen W. Young
North Conference and Howard In the third quarter
University 67-12; Texas Blake High, champions of the went over on a 34 yard pass play
Southern 34-15; Grambling Col- Big "9" South Conference for yung crashed through the
lege 35-6: Arkansas State 29-0; I the State Championship in foot- Devils' line from the one yard
Texas College 23-11 and Mississippi ball between Class A schools. line to make his fifth touchdownin kHI

Vocational College 36-0. I I The West Florida School is undefeated the final quarter.BOOKER I.
The Dec. 5 meeting will be the in their_ conference_ $ ne
sixth gridiron clash between the Blake has had one defeat in con- T. CLIPS
two powers and the fourth Orange ference play this season. Carter- II I
Bloss-cm Classic date for the Paramore and Howard Blake are '
'SKEGEE 20-6
Panthers.In I I
about evenly] matched. On the '
two Miami appearances the ether hand the records at 'games '
Texan won a 33-27 thriller from played between the two conferences The Booker T. Washington '
the Rattlers In 1953 and 26-8 last this year indicate that the Tornadoes defeated the Baby' Tif-' :: ,
year. They beat the orange and South Conference h stronger. ers cf Tuskcgee! Institute, 20-0 .. i
r v"n-clad gridders 6-0 In the WHERE THEY PLAY! Saturday night at Dorsey Park, In\

1915 Classic. played] in Jacksonville November 26-Jonet High at the 'rornadoeshomecoming. game. I
Croomg Academy I Tuskegee opened the scoring I
A&M edged Prairie View 10-7 I Northwestern at BTW I early in the first period when Il
in J 1952 In a game plaved In Roosevelt .(WPB) at Dillard halfback] Ernest Williams skirtedhis
FSU's Desk!, Campbell Stadium Qlbbs at May loft one for 21 yards and a
that still has fans talking. Bounc- November 28Smith.Brown touchdown, ending a 53 yard ..srhh Ml
Jn? back' frcm the 1953 classic defeat at Wachulla High drive. The try for point was no
at the hands of the Panthersthe BIG "9" STANDINGS OOd.
Rattlers Journeyed to Texas Howard Blake6 1 0 .857 Booker T. took the \ead later In

to trounce them 19-6 Northwestern... 512 .750 the same period when halfback
Tn date the Rattlers have scor- Roosevelt 3 1 0 .750 James Vickers dashed around his III'I
ed 326 points In seven games for Mays 4 2 0 ,667Carver loft end for 17 yards and a touchdown -
an average of+ 466 points per 5 3 0 .625 climaxing a 65 yard drive.
game. They have yielded 42 Jones 3 2 1 .583 A pass from quarterback Gus
points, Tn seven' Kunrves' Prairie Middletcn' 3 2 2 ,571 Marshall to end Freddie Atwell
View has scored 276 for an average DilJard 2 3 2 .429 added the point after touchdown. IH ghtn4j
of 39.3 points per game. North Dade' 2 3 1 .417 Booker T. increased Its score
Thpv have given I up :50 points. B. T. Washington 1 3 1 ,300Attucks' in the second I period, when full-
The Rattlers' attack has been 1 4 1 .250 .b'!0'<. Daniel Steven. plunged ,'
spearheaded. all season by a host Gibbs 0 3 0 .000 river from the 3 ending a 66 yard j I H
of speedv backs that include Blanche Ely 0 7 0 .000 drive. Stevens also added the
Clarence Childs.! Jordan Pope. Conference season completed. point on a line buck.
Nat' Tucker and William! ] Wilson The Tornadoes moved further
The sterling defensive and offen- out in front in the third stanza,
sive nlav of a comparatively: Inexperienced tucks) will toe seen at right. half- when halfback Willie Campbell' i
line has been a major bask and Pompano's Robert Williams plunged! over from the 1 endingan 44 $ % .
factor In their success-to date. (Blanche Ely) will be at 18 yard drive. The try for
right guard. point was no good. -



South Florida will be well represented -
on the Florida A and M SUE TO YOU .
t fotiad the 27th annual
In Orange
pVissom Classic, Dec. th with five Schcn1eq
fVxrmer! BrowwM High School!

stars and 11 Mami prep stars .
wearing the colorful green. or-
anr* and whH' FAMTJ uniform UE H BEDUCING .
From" the Miami area, Coach M/URMvtf /teWecarUei efgant
Gaither will de oend greatly on
the bBl1- .rryfn* ability of fiillb .
'(*k RV>h Burn (fBcok T.), 601 N.W. 2nd Ave.MiamiPHONE Your gift speaks eloquently .

halfbacks Frank Griffin (Booker 2-10 p.m. of desire to give the +Nil
FRanklin 1-2771 your
T > and John FwnMon: (Carver),
and quarterback Emory Collier best when your choice is

(Mays). Collier, incidentally, none YOU CAN GET IN CONDITION AND STAYIN the Whisky of Elegance in ;,
, of the team's leading pass- I
I the Decanter of Elegance.

ers.On the receiving end of the MECHANICAL GYM Graceful in its flared
Rattlers' passing attack will be THE
John Glover' (Booker T) as well beauty, this smart Decantergiltwrapped -

as Jimmy Miller (Mays), Austjn' $10 A MONTH in s'w'4
Wise (Northwestern), and William iii "
< Barber (Booker T.), all ONE WHIRLPOOL BATH FREE rich foil-contains a full ,-,

former( Mlamfans. fifth of incomparable M ,
./Willie Clarrlngton (Mays), Schenley . all at no extra
tackle and center Harold Scott EXTRA SPECIAL EXTRA
(Dorsey) are other Miami ballplayers cost.Just remove the cellophane

who will participate In YOGA CLASSESThree sleeve, and it's readyto
the classic. .
The Broward contingency will Time a Week give.
be headed by first strin fullback Regular quarts, pints and half pints arc also gift-wrapped

Jordan Pope.Dillard Dillard ball High players star.Twoother YOGI CORTEZ, Instructor in the same beautiful foil .

outstanding for **
who have been
the Rattlers are tackles William BLANCHE GALLOWAY, PUBLIC RELAITON8 DIR. 11(10(0 WHIWt,M fr...l M# Onto saw MHU Ictafcf OMUkft C*,I.r. 6.
Davis and Eugene Milkr..
Danfa's Robert Tayl(tqAat-

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person, which he is, said to have
: admitted that he took in the
. --: .- holdup with Ward->. 'while, Barnes
looked 'out. _
.: -=-, "::::" ::. --.:::;-...;:-:: ::;::...:-:- Ward is reported to have taken
'part In the loot and a' .83 gun
Office at 1112 N.W. 'Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 which he picked up In the, store
Plant at 6740 N.W. '15th Avetiue-Phone OX '1.0421,814'18MUND -
H.: E. : REEVES, Editor
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Dullness Manager PAUL R. HENRY
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4 I The Golden Age Club held its
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK s yU pre-Thanksgiving dinner last

Sunday In the Liberty Square
THANKSGIVING e auditorium. The dinner was
When you read our Notebook this week Thanksgiving postponed from Thursday after-x
Day will be over. You will have already feasted upon : neon :because of rain.

the traditional turkey, etc. and have enjoyed the day oth r The Sixty-ninth annual sessionof
erwise. Nevertheless we are still, or ought to be filled the South Florida Conference,
with the Thanksgiving spirit. 4 11th district of the AME Church
We have thankful for. We 4 opened on Wednesday evening at
so many blessings to be Bethel Church. NW 8th st. with
can be thankful for learning to live together, for more Bishop Sherman L. Greene,. pre
constitutional rights for all, for improved race relations.We siding. .
can be thankful for more jobs, and better homes, bet- On the local program appeared
I Mayor Robert King High, -J>r. H
ter wages, better food and manY'other things. Franklin Williams, vice ,president -
We believe that the 145th Psalm is most appropriatefor of the University of Miami,
this occasion and a part of it follows:. Rev. Thedford Johnson of St.
John's Church, Rev. Edward T.
I will magnify thee, 0 God my King; and I will Graham cf Mt. Zion Church and
praise. Thy name for ever and ever. president of the Interdenominational -
Ministers Alliance and
Every day will I give thanks unto Thee ; and praise Rev. Donald Mackey, vice presi-
Thy name for ever and ever. dent of the Greater Miami Ministerial -
Great is the Lord, and marvelous, worthy to be praised Association.Dr. .
; there is no end of His,greatness. I :, G. W. Hawkins was chair-
man of the meeting and Mrs.
One generation shall praise Thy works unto another, .I., Mary Davis brought greetings
and declare! Thy power. Willie Albert Green, 34 died in Jackson: Memorial from Bethel Church.

As for me, I will be talking of Thy, worship. Thy Hospital Tuesday night fter suffering a brain hemorr-
glory Thy ,praise and wondrous works. ."' hage a few hours earlier. ,SKIN 'DISEASES

So that men shall speak of the might of Thy marvelous "Mr. Green, a cripple from birth, lived at 2761 NW FREE CONSULTATION
acts; and 'will also tell of Thy" greatness.' 45th st with his wife. A human interest story about, A new approach to treatment .
The memorial of Thine abundant kindness shall be Green in The Miami Times earlier this year brought great and medication bated

showed ; and men shall sing of Thy righteousness.The response from the community in helping him get a wheel on laboratory specialized tetts. blood and- I

Lord is gracious and merciful: ; long sufferingand chair, and set up a shoeshine business on his front porch.At DR. H. W. HAAG
of 'great goodness.The the time of his death he was being trained by a local PL 96582BEAUTIFUL
Lord is loving unto every man and His mercy is agency for a job for the handicapped.
over all His works. .
All Thy ,works praise thee 0 Lord and Thy saints
Income on large lot. Your
mission before issuing the order. But since it was just a
thanks lots
give unto Thee. can be a down payment.
They show the glory of Thy kingdom, and talk of matter of being the law, this action should be overlooked.At Four bedroom, 2 baths. SpaciousDuplex
Thy power. least these two men knew the law and had' the ,
courage to make it known. Why shold they be crucified: ?
That Open 3-5
thy power, thy glory 'and mightiness might be / pm.
They deserve praise .
known unto men.
We were quite interested in a ruling made by our 1480 N.W. 59th St.
The Lord all
upholdeth such as fall, and lifteth up
all those that are down. Attorney General Richard Ervin who is by means an in- BARON JE' 8-1340

My mouth shall speak the praise of the Lord ; and tegrationist.Says .
let all flesh thanks the Attorney General : WHY BOARD
give unto. his holy Name for ever and ,
ever. "Dade County must integrate its tax supported public
facilities," but he added that, "overnight integration is $11.33
not required and a slow and gradual program should be ONE ROOM APT
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY DINNER, worked out so as not to 'upset the community.' All private!, bath, kit
The Greater: Miami Urban League's Equal Oppor- Erwin ruled that U. S. Supreme Court has allowed
tunity Dinner on Thursday evening at the EvergladesHotel considerable latitude in such cases to local officials seek-' entrance, furnished

was quite a success.In ing to solve the race mixing problem. stove, 'refrigerator

spite, of rain up to the time of the dinner, .250 They are allowed "to adjust as moderately and rea- Double ,bed, dinette i
guests were present to listen to, the guest, speaker, JamesC. sonably as possible so as not to create public unrest or Inflame tabfe.
Evans, assistant to the Secretary of Civilian Defense the people unnecessarily." Hot water furn.,
and to enjoy a delicious dinner. 5238 N.W. 24th Court

The was presided over by the president, Karl
program DUMOND DEFEATS SHIVERIn For one or two people
Bishopric. Rabbi Alfred Waxman gave the invocation and
Tuesday's election Commissioner Otis ,Shiver
Mrs. Louis Glasser extended a, welcome.
:Mayor Robert King High read the Equal Opportunity defeated by Joseph DuMond Jr., 20,509 votes to Shiver's
Day- Proclamation. 10,653.Amendment FIESTA CLUB

The speaker. Was, introduced by former. Judge L. E. 1, repealing the five-year limit on har-: Proudly Present Thomas. bor and shipping facilities was passed and Amendment Weekend Floor. Show

Mr. ''Evans' address ,was appropriate; interesting and 2, permitting Mayor or a City Commissioner to seek FRI., SAT., SUN.,
informative election to another office while holding his city office was 11:30 p.m. and 2 a.m.

Citations to the Mount Sinai Hospital and to the also voted upon favorably. Featuring Music by
Lawnlite Manufacturing Co. were presented by Atty. Amendment No. 3, that would have taken ':away the r t
Howard Dixon. privilege of voters electing a mayor, but having the com- v.; : tr

The Booker T. Washington High School Quartet, di. missioners select one, was voted down.

rected by Mrs. Leila Williams, sang inspiring music.
The Rev. H., E. S. Reeves gave the benediction. I

CITY POLITICS Booker T. Shoe Store I _

The City of Miami through City Attorney WilliamL. ,._
Pallot has filed a suit in the Federal Court.asking that _
the suit entered ,by the NAACP on Oct. 30 charging that 1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue :

Negroes h'ave' been deprived of their rights by being bar- "Run-Rite to Booker T."
red from Manor, Park, a tax-supported swimming pool on iWLI :
October !Gf be dismissed. QUALITY SHOES
v The Ony' Attorney said he is for dismissal becausethe
NegrO s' suit was neither drawn nor served properly.It AT LOW PRICES

was attorney Pallot who advised City Manager Ira .
Willard that there was no law preventing Negroes from ,
swimming in the city's pools. Upon this advice Willard Ladies' Stockings Pocket BooksLadies' dv I

declared the pools open to Negroes. White Uniforms Children' Cowboy Boot ,
This brought down the wrath of ,the City Commis- U 7
sion claiming that such action should not have been taken INFANTS' BOYS' GIRLS'

wihotit consulting the commission. The commission rescinded AND WOMEN'S SHOES .... DIZZY JONES

the order. And Hi Orchestra
Both the City Manager and the City Attorney are Agency For '
Amateur Show
on the spot. This is, being written before a meeting of the Ladies' Easy Walker Shoes And Nurses' and
commission. It is written on election day. Every TuesdayThe

These men might be relieved of their position as a Waitresses' Oxfords Triple' Crown :,

Thanksgiving present. We hope no. We can see no reason Open Men. :Yhru.Thurs. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. TALENT SHOW
whatsoever for moving them from office. It might Friday til 9 p.m.-Saturday tit 10 .p.m.-Sun. tit| 1 p.m. Every ThursdayBobby
have ibeen I an act of indiscretion in not consulting the corn- Marshall, M. C.U .
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County I '
at the same address next Mon. 1 mutual fund specialist 0 ; ,
M NewsBy day. .
i- '" Mr. and
I' Mrs. Bernell WellSjJof
Pvt. Oscar Chapman, ,of Hyde West Hollywood are the proud'Ill1rents
Park on three days' leave from of a baby girl, born on
Walter Bowe Fort Jackson, S.C. visited his Sunday, Nov. 15 at the Memo-
SEE Prairie View tels are inviting Classic business. I father and mother, Mr,'" and Mrs: ( rial, hospital in Hollywood. .'
Panthers In the Orange Bowl Sat- _...-.. - Mark Chapman and his broth rs.
He returned on Monday, to camp A new employment service has
urday Dec. 4 for their 4th Classic NORTHWEST >area student
; The C. W. H. Chamber+ of Commerce where he will finish 'Ibis basic: been opened in Carver Ranchesat
appearance. They have won were happy Thanksgivng night. '
met at the home of Ellis
the three and Miami training. 44th ave. and 23rd st. by Mr.
past from all reports Northwestern beat BTW at "
King Monday night, Nov. 16, and
and Mrs. J. T. Dunn. Those Interested -
the Panthers' paws' are Stadium 'and Edison walloped
the following officers were elected -
,much, sharp for this year, so a Miami High in the Orange Bowl : John T. Dunn, of WashingtonPark AC M. Chapman" (JJM'i"Will end, i in special Jobs may. call
fourth victory is In the making. -. The Sheridan Theatre on Scavella his furlough Friday and,(will return on this agency Congratulations
president; Godfrey ,
Some 50,000 spectators are ex- the Beach is giving Negro patronsa vice president; C. K. Hardy, sec. to Oxmard, Cal. wh.ere he to the Dunns. '
pected for this 27th Orange BLos- negative answer on the "Porgyand retary; Leroy Wilkerson, treasurer will be stationed.Congratulations.
som Classic, a gala 0 parade will Bess" premiere benefit per- ; eon Berry, assistant secretary;
get underway Saturday morning fcrance for Lend-a-Hand. Some Leroy Glover, chaplain, and '
to.O Nool !
prior to the big game. Negroes are having white friends Yours Truly as reporter! These .
purchase tickets for them, feelingthe Johnson of 5408 SW 20th ,St.,
Pet Milk will have its Reeds- officers will serve in 1960.
West who recently
theatre will honor it rather I Alpha's Talent Hunt
yule quads (the only four in the than risk bad publicity. And on The chamber met at Lounge passed the Florida Securities Examination -
USA) there for the occasion. Motel SW 23rd and 44th He Is employed by I
top of this, we understand the st. ave, And Coronation
Entertainment after the gameis studio was trying to get the top on Nov. 23. Meeting will be held the Security Planning ,Inc. as a

the ,official Classic Dance at Negro actors in the show to at- i
the Palms of Hallandale. Six tend.
hours of dance and entertainmentis
Pl oanised. One admission to I

FAMU this triple Collegians featured, Cootie spot -Wil the Eastern Star Tea fOR THE NATIONAl NEGRO COLLEGIATE CHAMPlOHSHIPIll!!!

liams and the Platter King Coleman \iRoyal Chapter: No. 39, OES Is

of WMBM.r, I sponsoring Nov. 29 at a o b tea DJTI.en. at this the Sunday homeof I 2 GREAT TEAMS IN THRILL PACKED ACTION FROM

MY FIRST XMAS Card It from Mrs. Harrison Strachan, 4221 I
Sgt. Samuel Holmes, R9 7145 Box SW 28th st. in West Hollywood. WHISTLE TO WHISTLE .
8, APO 143, San Francisco, Cal. The public is invited
. Nat King Cole wound up
what's to be his most successful: Annual Donation ,
night dub engagement in sometime

N.Y. at the plush Copacabana in Day a SuccessThe Ce mil? '

birthdays workers who attended the
NOVEM : 26th
third annual Donation Day at 27TH ANNUAL
Cornelius Handheld, Daisy Paulk,
Florida Normal Industrial and
Dorothy Adside, Beatrice Chism
Memorial College St.
Herbert L. Williams Edwin
Rogers; 27th, William McGee Thursday; Niov., 19 were made
; $
28th. Maedon Dullard, Tommie i supremely of the happy program."Amazing" with. the resUlts ji ORANGE ;j

Pittman; 30th Rose Stewart, Mary is the word for the .
Griffin. Anniversaries: Mr. and
Mrs. Mack Simmons, 26th the way the dedicated women came
; ,
and presented their gifts to the
Lundys.David H. Dobbs; Dec. 4, the Ben Lord. Every heart rejoiced. BLOSSOM

The presidents of the three

conventions, men and women,
Grandway Store
54th st. is taking' the moderators and district presidents i'ii
away PLUS!
of associations, pastors and their
tram Stevens
and Shell's MarketsIt's
missionary leaders, alike, joined
really the last word' with TheMirchlnjest
hands thanking God for His
prices and goods Just the thing showers of blessings.All b c ;
for most of us. Then too, Negroes Playlngest \X3SI|
of the workers were gratified ?
appreciate seeing all that colored
to see the expressions of Joy Band In the land: VY'T I I
help working there. You don'tsee and relief on the faces cl; Dr. See Fie.AiM'i W 1 IM .Ys.. .
it in the other supers . .
Puryear, president of the college 132 piece mirchlng bind KfJlWjr
Slim and Portia Bannister have and his wife. University PRAIRIE
transformed the old Walker's : presenting two VMfe<&N.*&;'
It is efforts like these and suc-
Food Center into a real food like Donation jpecticuler ihows- + I
cesses Day that
market. The half empty shelvesare will spell out the answer to the pre gems end hell-time. E' ., VIEW A&M .
now overloaded with stock
promotion of the program at Fla.
and many old customers are re- Normal Industrial and Memorial '
turning.WE I ,' $M The PMienUtlon sf the
College ?
Mesdames Susie C. Holley, H.
WONDER |f the people of B. Miller and Annie Brigham express toROYCAMPANEUABy ; ,I '
Miami really appreciate the forth- extreme gratitude for the riORIDA AIM UNIVERSITY
right and courageous leadershipof followers and their adherence to
our ather Theodore Gibson. No leadership. They left the
other man in this city has ever high hopes and expectationsfor Highlight of the Season
stuck his neck out further for his the future of the work. Choice Seats Now!
people than he has. Montgomery Total cash contributed was many Outstanding Events!It!

might have its Martin Luther $6,155.01 ,and commodities were
King, but thank God, Miami has brought in massive abundance., Reserved Seats $2.00 and $3.00
Theodore Gibson.
Tax included

MORE PEOPLE went to the Thank YouMrs.

FAMU-Southern game in Tallahassee Bessie Bethune wishes to e North Travel Bureau Mary Elizabeth Hotel
last week than homecoming.
express her sincere appreciation to 1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue 642 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Among Miamians
attending the members of T. A. Rolle OES .
were Willis Murray, Traz Poyell, chapter for the lovely surprise .
Dr. H. Hadley, Scooter Hyler, birthday party given for her ,on Community Drug Store Grand ''Drugs
Garth Reeves and
Johnnie Davis
. Both Prairie View and Fla. Nov. 10, 1959. 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue 3640 Grand Avenue

A&M teams will live at Miami Words cannot adequately exPress -- .- .-.- .. .. .

Beach hotels this year. And so her gratitude for the many SATURDAY NIGHT '. 8 PM '. I]kizs2iTf4' BOWL
will a lot of the out of town lovely gifts which she received. ,
guests. More than 40 Beach ho- Thanks a Million /

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Around Miami


By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BON DL

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THIS I IS I the last week to choose
the candidate of your choice for

our Unofficial Mayor of Miami. .- ...--
Ii no names are sent in, then, our
present Mayor, Charles Hadtey, thing t0 hear of his past exi:,,er-
will be drafted into. the post for ience and his understanding of
another year. Since we started pople, !who need help. See in this
with our unofficial Mayor, I've world, it's never too late to learn 1 2r--
heard that three other cities in L .
the! South have followed suit Atlanta LITTLE you ,may think of _
) Macon, and score town in it, the OBC /Is right on top of
North Car;lina. Our unofficial us. Have yc\i gotten your ticket I
Mayor ,post is important, as yet? Are you ready to ball Well
Charles Hadley has ((;roven. Be- if not, get ready cause I've got On Sunday afternoon, Nov. 6, very graceful in her dance inter- troduced. Miss O. B. Alexander,
cause of, this ,pcsltion: he has had the word from the horses mouth the Sub-deb and the Royal pretation of "I Believe executive director, fave encouraging -
J j'JSt about all of the "white" and (Chu-k Smith. FAMU Knights of the James E. Scott Miss BTW (Miss Francena remarks to the groups.
"co'ored"! signs taken from the Relations man) that this year'sclasSic Community Association held their Hall), Miss Northwestern; (Miss
drinking fountains. He has had will be a cannon (bigger annual teen-age membership tea Barbara Cocrer: ) and their attendants Through this ,program, the
the Conservation Beard take the than a ,pistol! ). However we are at the James E. Scott Homes enhanced the occasion teen-agers got the opportunity to
alligators from the death trap on hoping that Campy will be well Auditorium. Teenage, partici- with their presence. Other teen- exercise social 'graces and there
54:h street at 23rd ave., plus a I enough to make his appearance pation and attendance was very age, clubs of the James E. Scott was evidence of growth in these
heap of other things I have kept for WFEC. If not, I'm sure that gocd. Community Association were In- directions.SOQTfN'S .
you informed of during the year.If I I we all will understand Happy he Sulb-Ddbs portrayed charm
Blossom Classic, y'll.
there are no cards sent in, then Orange and personality as they carriedout
we must assume that there is no I I their Registering of
plans' !
opposition in this race, and that I I HAD A TASTE of the good
I Paulette TVFREE
last I guests were
ford at the Golden Embers
you are ,perfectly satisfied with
and Barbara Walker
Wednesday night, and needless to
the Job that cur present Mayor :
doin!'. I cannot play 1// say the food Is excellent, and Betty Moore and Helen Brooks REPAIR ESTIMATE ON ANY
and it's up to you to choose Golden Embers last Wednesdaynight ushered and Patricia Taylcr, Janice -
man to represent you. So come and needless to say the Maycock, Geraldine Way, Radio, TV or Phono brought into our shop
en, let's get those names in. Send food is excellent . .and Garl- Maxine Dames and Juanita! Green
them to Dave Bondu care of the darn Ifen the service ain't better were hostesses at the refreshmenttable. 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.1589
Miami Times, 6740 NW 15th ave. he English I'm using may .
More than 25 of reliable service
I'm years
not be roH hut the food The Royal Knights wore dark

talking about is suits and took pride in their .....--.An'.WO'1.w.oIir': "". "' .. W-UII
WITH THE election/ over, .'I club colors shown by red ties and
hate: you did your bit and madea THE OFFICIAL Classic dance handkerchiefs with their club
god selection. I've been told will be held at the Sir John Ho- name embroidered in white. .
t'me and time again that Voter's ter. The English I'm using may Vaughn Price graciously chaired ..,
League is needed and everyone made by Dave Problnsky, and the program, The Lord's Prayer TV SALE..
agrees, yet as always, it seems we was confirmed by the FAMU beautifully by Miss
It is the themeof was sung ONLY $1.00 DOWN
cannot get together. case Alumni! Association The Jacquelyn Crommell and accom-
the everybody wants to be chief the Orange Blossom Classic this panied at the piano by staff DAVID JEWELERS ;
but nobody wants to be the year will be one of the greatest member George Sweet. Miss Ruby
dian Even If 'We did select In-I vet as told by FAMU band di- Johnson gave the occasion/ Carl 1188 'N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 },
man to head the league, there William P. Foster at aat ':
I Mitchell, president of the Student Opposite Bonded Collection Agency
always another man to say, "he'sno luncheon held Monday Council Northwestern High <
"he's got his handin Hotel. PR Weekly Hours: '.
good, or I the Everglades man School Introduced the speaker,
the politician's pocket" or Chuck smith: even had Roy David Davis, (president of the Stu- 8:30: ..m. to 12:30: p.m.-3 to 7 p.m.
"he's too much of an Uncle Tom". i Campanella to speak to.h en a .
dent Ociuncil, Booker Washington -
II I can't go anywhere, I don't special hook-up via phone. As whose "Youth'sGateway
subject was
want to .see anyone, else go. That\ Canwv puts it, this will be his to the Future."
seems to be the idea. Goldarn it, Ifrst{ football game since he got Miss Regina Jollivette was Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
y'all, let's get a little organization j I hurt. He will be In the parade
around .here and we'll havoa and will receive FAMU's most :: :: :;: ... o:":
better town and we'll all live< courageous athlete award

better ourselves. I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rate.s-Call

PRETTY GIRL of the Week:
Elizabeth Hotel switchboard operator -
Jerry Lewis (Homestead, Va.) and. Helen Walton oif th,,, '
visiting Miami) . Pretty Boy ol
Carver Hotel, plus the "hellogirls" ONDED COLLECTION
the Week: Johnnie Ware (Vic at the Sir John} wihich Include .
Potamkdn' Chevrolet) . Policeman Anna' Bell Campbell, Marcie -
of the WeekDet.: Bill Kim-
Martin Flo
Early, Marjorie ,
. Sec-
brouih (County P.D.) ,
Harmon and Adletha Cohen are
retary for the Classic.

Thomas. They say they are ready for the AGENCY Inc. .
. mob -with "may I help you, (
CLYDE KILLENS Is pondering pWse," or "number please"Till
over the idea of presenting, for next week live life every II
the first time in Miami, a com- golden minute of It. Peace! .,t
plete Female Impersontors, Re- fit''
vue. Special for one: weekend ,
admission of I've SSt.t
'WIth $1.50.
seen a an few of these and ,believeme Orange Blossom "We are putting forth our best efforts '

they are a pistol. I'd pay $5
to see another one. If you see Classic Housing to serve the public at BONDED \

Clyde, a word of encouragementmight "
help' him make up his Committee COLLECTION AGENCY. ,
mind. You'd really enjoy the ,
show. Anyone having a good clean -Mrs. Mar blc

room for rent for Dec. 5 ,
DID YOU buy your Xmas Tree and 6 please contact of MRS. JEWEL f
t'cket! from the Y's Men's Club? any MARABLE
Trees will arrive Dec. 15. If you the committee or have your
haven't gotten your ticket yet see accommodation registered Clerk
me or any member! cl the Y'a by calling
Men's group The cpuroOiaise: tOt
:your ticket will help the YMCA FR 7-4873 MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

Youth Program The ticket Is a 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
deposit of $1.00 on the ,purchased NORTH'S.TRAVEL IN DADE AND
your tree. If your tree is $1.25, BUREAU BROWARD COUNTIES
then you five the ticket with 25
cents and 'get your tree. Buy a Committee:
tree and build a boy. Charles ?
North Garth C. Reeves

LAST WEEK I met Bishop W. Charles Hadley Samuel Cohen C '
J. Davis of Philadelphia at the Charles Lockhart Dr. I. P. Davis \ I*?

Miami Times plant and during DO IT NOW! A
o'jr conversation. I found that it I I r NCY, INC .,

was a real pleasure to listen to ..
h Is fine'hnosaphy. T've met quitea i I _. ;: .. 1-
few men of the Church, ,but as Advertise It Pays! '
for Bishop Davis, it was another 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS .

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S 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. -...._.oo NE 8-8468 339 HAMMONDVILLE RD.

Pompano __.._ ..
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Orders 1675 w -?
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See our Beautiful Xmas Gifts Small Deposit 4 C 14460 N.W. 22nd AVE.
Will Hold AVE. Opa Locka MU 8-0617

TOYS, COSMETIC GIFTS TREE DECORATIONS Perrlne ............ CE 53553 2100 N.W. 3rd
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Memphis j.groes 'were barred

....""'- ...""<...... --:;.................................. ............ :>............ .............. .......... ... .,. ..................... ...................... i I Ii from v.'ung' in an August 1 I Art and Social lawn and other facilities. The
Democratic\ primary because of members also planned the Christmas :
tne.r race, tne federal government Club MeetsThe party and took 'names for
Between The Lines. charged in a suit ,filed in Phyllis Art and" Social baskets for needy families a
project supported Christmas -
uiat Tcnnesssee. city on Monday every
Club met on Monday, Nov. 23 at
iiitd under the provisions' ofthe by the members; also presents
the home of Mrs. Wdllie Spark-
GORDON HANCOCK for ANP donated hospital
---- By were to the

_ _ 'f"'I!'" _ _...... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Fifteenth 1957 Civil Amendment Rights Act to the the man number' 1341 NW 9th St. A goodly for the mentally ill.
'United States Constitution, tho The business at< hand was a report The hostess, Mrs. Sparkman,
I Pronouncement of, Dangerous suit accused the Fayette County of the tea held on Sundayat was thanked for her hospitality
Situation Democratic'!. Executive Committee the Range Lawn.' The presi- The next meeting will be held at
and about 30 Fayette election dent and members wish to thankall Mrs. Marie Taylor, 1984 NW' 5th

officers: :f preventing Negroes participants, on the program, place n Dec. 14. I
When it noised abroad that the .and Mr and Mrs. Marie Price I
from voting for a ,general ses- jjuests I reporter'
there was to be held in Washington liens Judge, sheriff and county Mrs. Range for the use of the M. I. Daniels, reporter
'a seminar: on Inflation by the :
higher-ups, this writer was hiihiy 'ru ::tee. I
pleaded and ,not a little hopeful. The suit states "that: voting In I II

Bat, he was thoroughly distressed 'he Fayette County Democratic Thosewho..w
when the august assemblagecame "''''nmv affr-rds. the only effec-
with t've mean of the participation
up practically nothing.
President Eisenhower made bad *, :a ,person to fill that office and : I
'he primary election is tanta-
matters worse by his meaningless
II m"unt to election in the general
statement, in which he throws ;. t
the whole matter into the laps I '!1Ntions. t'
U. 'S. Rives A. Manger live instyle.
; Attorney .
of the public, where it had its:
of who filed the
genesis! in the first place. Whenhe
suit in the Federal District Court
urged the people to send let-
I said! that he forwarded to Wash- I
ters and telegrams to Congressand
M. 'ngton' the complaint' of 12 Ne- . '
as a means of
congressmen If'If'I
the groes who had 'protested againstthe
meeting dangerous challengeof
I tan Gordon B. Hancock way the primary was con-
inflation, he virtually admitted ,
ducted. II
The pleading and complaints -
defeat in the fight against infla- i I
drafted the U. S.
: were by
tion. It amounted to a sorry anything like equal terms, unless attorney general',!! office in
presidential pronouncement on a some of the freedoms are Washington "and they sent them
tremendously important problem. relinguished in the interest of lown! here and I merely filed )?
As a teacher of economics for
national survival. them. '
30 years, this writer is all too I ,
familiar with the sufferings and Freedom: for the labor move- Fayette County candidates
"hosen in the last election will ,
privations .and dangers that ment moans freedom to exploit ,
along with inflation. When inflations go- capital; and freedom for capital' run in the general election set 1 ,
freedom to labor. for Aug. 1, 1960.
means exploit
has done its deadly work,
shall be The great steel strike illustrates
we ripe f r communismor
any other "ism." .ur ,point, when the nation itself Miss. Whitewash

When, therefore, the President must stop in with a measure of
Demands Federal
would fall control to save a previous situa
back uvon the unstudied : -
Lion We may as well face it now
opinion on inflation, such as Lynching Laws
late, that unless there is
the as too a ,
pecple would have to offer '
"We are studying the need
in what would ;rater measure cif control by for
amount to a the and some new criminal action in the
over means
congress I '
"Gallup poll", we are face to face civil rights ,field," Attorney Gen-
methods of production and distribution -
with \
a dangerous reality. It our socalled, democracy eral! William P. Rogers said in a ) \
a political ,
where move is doomed; and this doom is news conference, in reference to ,
great statesmanship is desperately
sealed by the controlled economyf the Mack Charles Parker lynch-
needed the Russians. tnr in Mississippi.! .

One reason we have a Congress They have outstripped us in .He told the group that no FBI
cxf senators and representatives die missile race. They have out- agents were called to testify as
is that the people cannot stripped us in the ii. ace race. to who might have lynched the .
determine serious matters ol They have outstripped us in the 23-year-old man, and "the failure i
state themselves, and so they sold war all because they have to call witnesses . was as
delegate certain powers to Con- 'I controls, while we pride our- flagrant and caluculated a mis- '
jgiress. Now, President Eisenhower selves on being free! carriage elf justice as I knew of." demand GORDON'SIf GIN
is advising that ""we carrY backto Parker: was taken from a jail
the eople aggravating issues, This writer's observations verify !- in which he was awaiting trial I
which they have acknowledgedthat the conclusion that there is an for raping' a White 'woman: atPoplarville
they oannot master. optimum of contrcJs. The Russians Mits., and! lynched you have a taste for
have too much and we have uvR DOt
hv a hcoded: mob. The Pearl the >fln r things, always ask (for
We are inclined to zealously too little. Our national controls County Grand Jury nvi qt Par>-
cuard what we call the people's mint increase until we arrive at jiarville. last week, but did nothing Gordon's authentic London Dry Oin. i
freedom and that is as it should .he optimum, and Russia's must about the case. So smooth tad dry . rM t
be; but it is Just as well that iecrease until it arrives at the till
we "The harm In this case is not
of such doll
flavor. .
cat : .
boar in mind and :1N4 -
that our freedom is optimum. Then, not until confined to Paplarvllle. The ;
a hollow bockery if inflation then, will there be peaceful co- harm results to the United States you can enjoy it STRAIOHTI. Iorow, M '
continues to do its existence.But t II ,"nte f
deadly work. and our standing! before thew
With the value of the dollar if we attempt to carry .rid f." Rogers said.
going down, down, we are through our notion of freedom as The Jurist did not attempt' to ?Then M 0111'GORDONS .
threatened with an intranational existed in the horseandbuggydays explain: what action the federal 1J J
situation that will be giving communism we are already lost Personally government would take against
< just the opening it is >we would rather see some 'yrvchlng. I IK* ttfTUt IfUOTS MTILUI tm CU1I. KJMOOf.QOIOOIl1'1T SIN CO. I TO. UNOU. ..i.ft '

looking for What we need in this of our freedom taken away under I .. .. .. .
t".t: ;' "", " ; ";!;" '" II. It;rr u...I';-;u n., .rvvrr.vr."I., n rn nyw. a;:.u....u..w.vr. u u"vr.vv.;hr11r
: fcirm of modified democracy '' o
country axe mere controls !bas our some " . . . . .. .
. . .
" "> fI .ST' T i r. ; ;ST >; > J >r "W r T >; I T > >7 .o. "V. *.M:*> T .t T MC
economic order. than to have it all swept away CEN
Of course, there are those who by communism
call this socialism and dictatorship The President's pronouncementon >
but if a degree of control is the inflation seminar was pit MODERN AIRY APTS.1d :
necessary to stem the tide of inflation -
that would be preferable .
to inflation. When it comes dawn iful.RUPTUREEASER u R1

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not what people want to do, or stuPw.V.5.P.s.CU. U n.r I* .M TI.M '
would like to do; it is a matter Newly !
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'Mrs. Willie M. Ceasor, seated, !

r University president and of owner Cosmetology of Ceasor's, en- L 18 I TYD".VI.
tered a new field cf beauty cul-
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University becomes one of a chainf FRIDAY SATURDAY
.. ri .t : Halr-Weev training centers
that are a..readed throughout tha
>> 4' country. HOPE UN6E
The new Hair-Weev department JERR'I VAID'S e
will teach patented ,processof V STEPHEN BOYD
weaving human hair to the" -m. S."
r t growing hair on the, head, to give SINE
rS ; fullness and length or cover bald MARTHA lIVER

( spots create, which a variety allows of beauticiansto hair styles BE ToF ,.">. DIANE BAKER

4 with unlimited styling possibilities BRIAN AHERNE
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invented and patented the amaz- -
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ami area and it caught like wild COLOR by OB LUXE!

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Schools: Sunlight Beauty Schoolof
PAGE 8 ", SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1959 Cosmetology, Ceasor's University "BEST OF EVERYTHING"PLUS
cf Cosmetology, School of
Beauty Culture.
Unit No. 7 Fall Ella M. Hall, co-chairman'
Sorority I Ailene Scott, chairman \ "THE SPIDER"

Calypso PartyAlpha Coiffure Revue Sun. Mrs. M. Muldrow, president

Sunday, Nov. 29, from 5 to 7
Gamma Chi Sorority en- pan. Miami Beauticians Unit No. MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
tertained its Rushees again by 7 will sponsor, it fabulous Fall Y's Men's Club
hostessing a Calypso Party last Coiffure Revue at the Dixie Park
Saturday at the lovely home of. Recreation Center 340 NW 13th ROM THE SECTSOLDt -
Mrs. Juanita Matthews st. For an exciting evening of Helps YOUth Paul Newman ABOUT

A gay and vivacious calypso beauty on parade, don't fail ", THE AN6RYYOUNQ
atmosphere was created !by calypso to attend i MAKE DEPOSIT TODAY i fir.
attire, refreshments and en- These prominent shops aro' Call OX 6-0231 "The Young1Philadelphia tertainment. Helen Dean, LelaB participating: Eleanor's, O.P a OF TODAY!
.one and Christine Hammockwere Locka; Sybil's, Opa Locka; Jchn-: i I '
most adept and original in nie Walker's, 15th Ave.; Mildre-l I
'performing their individual versions Holmes, 1617 NW 67th st.; Pearl's
of the calypso. Soror Flor- Artistic, 6401 NW 18th ave., Art'i You'll see one of the
rie Wocdard stole the show ,with Beauty, 210 NW 7th st.; Batt'i 4 R y 'R 5 .;..5
her most original attire. Beauty Salon, 221 NW 8th St.,, first showing in the
I Ctasor's House of Beauty, 22nd
Guests invited Clarence
ave.; Beautyrama Salon, 6817 NW South ofSAPPHIRE
Bankston, Ossie Walker, Lee ,
15th ave.; Gladys Beauty Bo:,
Brown Sr., Benny O'Berry, Rich- 1527 NW 1st court, and a bevy of
ard DeVeaux, William A. Bring-
beauty models
ier, Frank Martin, George L I The committee: Mrs. M. C. ALEXIS SMITH BRIAN KEITH W >
Jasper and John J. Miller | Graves, Dallas Robinson, Mn/ DIANE 6REWSTER-BIU1E6URKE.JOKNWHL1AMS

Sorors !present were: Lorene Doris Dorsett, Alice Hismith: B: p.e.w WAKMCR MtOSV.CHAIK .
Gay, Catherine Greene, Janet Moncur, M. Wilson, M. Kendrick, '
Bncwn, Juliet Porter, Vivian I I y .T

Harris, Peggy Bringier, Veronica ;. b4& A beautiful STANLEY MAID...r
O'BerryDelores Bankston, Gloria -
Clark, Juanita Matthews, RITZTHEATRE Negress Who TONY CURTIS
Helen Wiley, Mildred DeVeaux, SIDNEY POlIOu'rHB
Carmetta Brown, Claudia Jasper, Chose to l
Minnie James, Doris Martin,
Florrle' Woodard and Beverly STARTS SUN. Live and
Grant. 1):

Rushees (present< : Muriel "The Man Who 4 Love { DEFJANTSTARTS :

Vaughn, Valdes Murray, Lela Understands Women"With ,
Bocne, Helen Dean, Christine Henry Fonda On both sides of the
Mammock and Mary Generett.. I Plus"Holiday ?

Color lineSAPPHIRE ,
Jane Wyman
Bethune Elementary School
has just completed two lull weeksof -
"The Fashion Escapdes" and THURSDAY
'Thanksgiving" activities. Wo
certainly wish to thank all per- In Eastman Color
-- -
sons who helped us to have a = _Jh
successful affair on Sunday during -
our Fashion ii/J IJ!
started: our (Thanksgiving 1
activities with the collection of
lJI' -
food for those families we felt Audio Murphey CAPITOLTHEATRE =. r '. \
Ftss ,
were in need, and those boxes >
were delivered Wednesday afternoon "CAST A LONG PARKER MAUREY .
We also held assembly on SHADOW""Birk .

Wednesday, at which time each Town" PW.c\RANX.!! HENRY SILVA-M" iw CI.WU'W') TECHNICOlOR
grade ,presented a selection. The STARTS Mea h*... Fit* MP* MTKC I FrwH ftnM. 11III A-1 t utrtn
sixth graders sang "Autumn with Mamie Van Doren
Leaves?' first, "Thal11 ksglyi ng
Fun," second, "Choral Reading," -'. THE RAID THAT RIPPED THE "CRIME
fourth, "Thank'givlnsr! Thoughts"third. Ile 1 .
Pantomine- -"Mr _Turken; 5 Conditioned -: ...
fourth, skit, "The MysteriousSeeds Air DEC.2ndFOft
;;;' fifth, santo "Come Ye CAPITOLTHEATRE
Thankful People Come."
Mr. Oo dell and Mrs. Edge AN UNLIMITED
were, in charge of the morning ENGAGEMENT
devotions for the week. During SAT. MIDNITE
this time the following pupils SUN., MON., TUES. .
participated: Wlllarena, Williams Audio Murphy In i
Joan Campbell' Jo Ann Nesbitt "THE WILD AND THEINNOCENT Adults 85c, Students 6ac
Joyce Mitchell, Patricia Hartley Children SOC Q
Linda ,Adams, Jerofyn Newton, CAMERON J ITCHELJ,
Ernestine Campbell, Joyce Woods. Plus Children not admitted unless ?w,,,
We have displayed two posters "Inside The Mafia" accompanied by aoults i --
m the community on Thanksgiving -
and they are located at Cameron Mitchell .
\ JIKl.1ll11m mn.111I1 1I/R: 1JDTBn nn nIR lIIiI'l1in TIII1. TIIU. JIf
Stevens and Grandway. / ._ ;t ,'

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I CLASSIC. ,PARADE 250 ATTEND I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" ,

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ANNOUNCEDThe DINNERTwo "Gator The Week" St., Richmond Heights. Heits
I married to the former Amlta
hundred-fifty people attended -
Orange Blossom Knowles, daughter of Mr. and
Classic' the Greater-Miami UrbanLeague's
will be held on
Mrs. John Thomas Knowles of
: next Saturday, Dec. 5 at 12:30: Equal Opportunity Day j Nassau. ;o''
and dinner in the Hotel Evergladeson
pan cover the following I 1
Ferguson in the Navy
route: Nov. 19. I .
I Proclamations were issued by1 I in 1942 at Miami and received his :
The parade will form along Gov. Collins and Mayor Robert basic training at Norfolk, Va. He
i NW 6th ave. between 11th Terr 'High, proclaiming Equal Oppor- has served aboard the receivingship
and 14th st. and on 14th st. up tunity, Day. Mayor High was in USS Camden the USS
1T2 I to 5th ave. The first unit will attendance at the dinner and Seattle, the USS PC 496, the USS
move off from 14th st. and 5th read his proclamation for the ri Susan B. Anthony (PA 702), the I
ave promptly at 12:30.: It will City of Miami. V USS Anccn (AGC 4)), the USS .
move east on 14th st. to 3rd ave. Equal Opportunity Day, Nov. 19 Mt. Olympus, the USS Sandborn ,
south on 3rd ave. to 6th st., east is a. day set apart each year by (PA 197)) LST 1170, the USS.Ta-
on 6th st. to 2nd ave.; north to the National Urban League, to conic (AGC 17)), Naval Base Bermuda II
I, 11th Terr. east: on 11th Terr to focus attention throughout the and Naval Base Little '
I First place; north to 14th st.; west United States on ,positive efforts Creek. .
to 6th ave. and south to Booker to insure fair and equal treatmentof
----- -- T. Washington High School all citizens, regardless of race, .
Cadet Lieut. Col. Clifford Mc- where the parade will disband.All color religion, national: origin; '
Duffy Is student commander and to remind Americans from all Property Owner? .;
floats and other units that walks of life that the
FAMU Cadet Brigade, and Is a greatness
member c4 the ROTC cadets at will participate must beat the assembly of our country rests upon the Would you like to have all
area not later than 8:30:
principle of equal opportunity for
Florida A and M University at
ajn. in order to be assured of your bills combined into one
Young McDuffy Is the son of their place In the parade. all.Guest speaker was James C. small payment, and still \",
,... '
Evans, assistant to the ---- \
Mrs. Albertha Brown of 7126 NW Secretaryof have some mo-ney' left? If
14th court, Miami.Sunlight Join The, NAACP Defense and staff director ofi i I I John A. Ferguson, SDI, 551 85 $1,500 or $3,000 will help i
the President's People-to-People 58 USN, was selected on Nov. 17
program. Mr, Evans pointed out'I as "Gator of the Week" by the you at a time like this, let j
Chit-Chat Speed Slum In his speech that "in our) time'I I office of Commander of Amphibious me get it for you. I
up transportation and communic- Group Two, UJS Atlantic Today is not a day too soon
J. Primus reporter Clearance PlanAnnounced tlons have changed the shape pf Fleet.
the ,j job situation ufst Its they I to phone if you want to ap-
tician May Unit we conjratulate of Ft. Lauderdale the beau-for have changed the shape of the I During his 17 years' career In ply for a loan. .. '
world and the world situation. the Navy, Ferguson has receivedthe
celebrating ical work in, their advance 7th year hair of clin- Metro planner Paul C. Wattannounced Increasingly, therefore, its Important Navy Occupation Service FIRST AND SECOND t\\
styling this week a nine- that we re-emphalza the Medal, the American Campaign MORTGAGES
lectures and Hair cutting, etc. point program to speed up slum fundamentals wth reading, Medal, the European-African-
On last Monday Mrs. D. A. clearance in Dade County.. writing and arithmetic to make I Middle East Campaign Ribbon I AVAILABLE
Julius and Mrs. Dorothy Brown \Headed by Commissioner J. A. sure that our Job preparation is the Atlantic-Pacific Medal, andthe
were their guests of honor. Maywe Boyd Jr., the Metro Housing adequate 'for the competition of National Defense Service H. DAVISMORTGAGE
wish them continued years of i Committee told Watt and County he( times." Medal. He has also three Good
success. We the students of Sunlight Atty. Darry A. Davis to developa Citations were ,presented to Mt. Conduct Awards. j
School are ,proud to reportin county plan as fast as possible. I Sinai Hospital, who opened itspractical His total time In the Amphi- BROKER .
playing a small contributionto Davis will start immediately to nursing (program to all bious Forces is 13 years and he Phone FR 9.8531
the happiness of Mrs. Wright' draw up I legislation as a first step applicants. for training (without has been with the present com-
and her children by playing San- in the plan. Then the cities will qualifications as to race, creed or mand 18 months. Eves. NE 3.6754
ta Claus en Thanksgiving pre-. decide how the !plan is to be car- color. The Lhwnlite Co., a busi- iMr. and Mrs. iHermls Ferguson,
senting to her a box of groceries.' ried out.Metro. ness firm, was presented a cita- his parents, live at 14400 Polk i I
Here's hoping the family will i can handle urban re- tion for its distinguished efforts i
enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving.To ., ndwal in two ways. It can tackleit directed toward equality In the
the shut-in students of Sunlight on a county-wide uniform ba- field of employment.The .
we are wishing you a speedy sis, or it can grant uniform powerto Equal Opportunity Day
recovery and hurry back to the 26 cities and allow them committee was J. E. Preston, STAR MEAT MARKET
school. So until next week don't individually to deal with the chairman; Postmaster E. M Dun-
forget to read the Sunlight Chat- federal government.At lap, Mrs. Anne Lindsey, W. J
terbox fear all the latest happen- a meeting between city and Owens, Burt Toppan, Victor Rei-'
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I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Newspaper"PAGE I Capacity Audiences Fellowship Hour .'

10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 19$!J Enjoys Production The Episcopal Churchwomenof METROPOLITANlife

Of Tra-Co-Dram the Incarnation, invites you to
a fellowship hour at 1835 NW Insurance Co.
DAYTONA BEACH Tra- 54th st. on Sunday evening, Nov. I
Co-Dram, the dramatic club of 29 from 4 to 6 p.m. Our speaker
Bethune-Ocokman College, under will be Mrs. Elizabeth Espy John- I THE LARGEST INSURANCE
the direction of Dr. Thurman son. We have a well planned pro- COMPANY IN THE WORLD ,
W Stanback, presented its first gram of which we think every- i
production of tnis College Season one will enjoy. Donations will beappreciated.
v.i "Bus Stop." Each character pro*" of insurance:
trayed, he< role superbly. Stu Mrs. Levi,! Johnson. president
dents, faculty and visitors were Mrs. Oscar W. Weaver Jr., LIFE
high in their praise of the untir- secretary of promotionFor I
ring efforts of Dr. Stanback, headof 9- HOSPITALIZATION
the Humanities Division, and ., INCOME PROTECTION
Miss Marion M. Seight, associate The Highest in
prcfessor in speech and dra- All policies available on monthly
ma en the quality of the presentation COSMETICSAlso
Taking the leading roles
Ruth Dunmore, a senior from Phone Charles Vorisek at:

Philadelphia, who has appearedas Miami Times NewspaperCall TU 8-140
; Desdcmona in "Othello" andas for, Informaton "cfnd appointment
Linda in "Because my Heartis ...
Pure;" Edith Sipp, a senior YUkon 3.5681
speech and drama major, who "SAXDS" I Join The NAACP
has appeared/ as Bianca in "Othel-
ki Ij"; J. Lincoln Brown, an alum- i ---.,JJC.'-I..rIP' ''''- ", "" ""' ".:II'2aI: -
Two of the fouhlers of Alpha ington, DC and George B. Kel- nus of the college, and at present I I I ,
Phj Alpha fraternity were honored -I ley, Buffalo, NY., two of the a special student, appeared in
''guests at a banquet held in I Jewels who founded the fraternal "Murder Without Crime," while
Chicago by Xi Lambda chapter, :' group at Cornell University in a student at the college; Yvonne TELEVISIONS
at which over 20 local Alphas: 1901, and Atty. Sidney A. Jones Massey, a senior from Columbus,
attended. Pictured left to rightare Jr., Chicago, 1958 "Alpha Man of Ga., appeared in "Because My
Dr. Henry A. Callis, Wash- the Year."-ANP photo. Heart is Pure," and "The Web of
Yesterday;" Gomez Cambrfdse, a I
junior' frcm West Palm Beach, NO MONEY DOWN
appeared as the sheriff in "The
Rainmaker" and .as the lieutenant -
in "Because My Heart is
D Pure;" Matthews Meadows, a
junior from Fort Pierce- appeared -
I' as Jimmy in "The Male Animal AMERICAN PHONO16 ,'-
," as Gratiano in "Othello," I TV. CORP./ ,
1, ''BeAr'I.CxYXNCJ + r
as Jimmy in ""The Rainmaker",
and as Toby in "Because My
WELL, UNCLE SAMUEL has THE OTHER morning we I Heart is Pure," Luther Taylor, a
just abcut mopped up TV's Who, awoke to a cool, crisp day senior of Daytona Beach,-is making -
What and When mess and now and the senusual aroma of baked : his debut on our stage' In this:
has retired to the ante-room .urkey and ham was in the air. prcduction, and George Welts, a
tune in on radio DJ's and allged We stiffened for a moment with senior from Orlando, Is making
poyoffs for plugging records. the realization that Thanksgiving his first appearance' with Tra-
Are those disc jockeys com was upon us. That the year !was CoDram.The .
mitting an airwave crime? Are thinning out. We could almost next production is scheduled -
they b e i n g unscrupous or sniff the aromas of pine needles, for Tuesday, Feb. 16, 1960,
foods of all kind shoes and when they present "The Cru-
just disgustingly dishonest to [pluga new ,
song for a publishing(/ company could hear the chatter of happy cible" a three act drama.
In our small perception of voices at five in the morning. TV REPAIRSALL
things of this nature it boils downto Could tsate the burning twang of
advertisement, wherein the a highball the velvety taste of RINGWORMDANDRUFFSUFFERERS
DJ's accept money from a clientto egg nog. Could almost hear the WORK GUARANTEED
advertise his product. The cus- Joyful' sounds of carols and sun- = I
tomer dcesn't have to make a ny greetings of "Merry Christmas"Yes IT YOU HAVE DRY BRITTLE HAD(. DANDRUFF.
purchase if he doesn't like said the year is thinning out TETTER.ECZEMA,RINQWORM.OR OTHER SKIN I
product. But the Senate sub- as we ap.-roach another holiday OR SCALP IRRITATIONS PERSULAN WILL A!. American Phono TV
scaison. Only thing that bafflesme
committee doing these investi- AND ITCHING. ASK YOUR DOCTOR. DRUGGIST
gations thinks something in the : How in the heck did this BEAUTICIAN OR BARBER ABOUT PERSULAN...
milk isn't clean. year slip by so fast?
2300 N.W. 62nd Street OX 6-0919
We see where cransberries ; 7lt/lfb:5:.
were even investigated. It seems Richmond Heights YAAAI
peculiar that the Thanksgiving Woman's ClubThe (AAO AIOAII. ,A/C.INII J.,Awl ........MHIIIete,
delicacy suddenly became con-
taminated a couple of weeks be- Richmond Helgihts Wo- i
fore the big festive occasion. You man's Club has really kept its
reckon the pumpkin was being community from being in needof
pushed into the backgroundand activities during the fall season -
it was the subversive action he Hallowe'en Costume YOUR CREDIT IS
cif the famous pie ingredient? Dance ,was the first highlight of O.ICBAKER'S A
It would have been a national the festivities. Billy Rolle sup-
catastrohe if the turkey had plied the,music for the "trick or
come for investigation, much to treaters" to cha-cha the night
the chagrin of the housewives away. '
but honey, the turkeys 'wouldhave Appropriate fall decorations I :
,been delighted.The which included a delightful centerpiece ,
investigating committee,I set the stage for a pre-
we think, is doing something Thanksgiving air at the annual
worthwhile when it took upon I! Book Review which was held
itself to investigate the boxing!I Sunday Nov. 14. Frappe sippers "mm
racket. Now there's a stinkeroothat socialized with a background of I 137 North MiartirNO
needs to be aired and ferret soft music after Mrs. James
out those hoodlums who are responsible Crawford brought to life the! I
for i its contamination I characters which Pearl Buck .s

Boxing has long been the brought to life in one of her latest -
blacksheep of sports and boxers I novels.
the .pawn of crooks and the 'gamb-)I The Richmond Heights Women's MONEY DOWN
ling snydicate. It would be good Club is in the midst 'of its membership -
to give the sport a good cuff on drive. Do come out and
the ear and knocking it back to Join us. We work together for a
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Teen's ConferenceWith $11,838 TO NOVEMBER 28, 1959 PAGE 11

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Teen-timers, what shall we discuss conference topics teen-timers. -- HARLEM SQUARE 1
this week? So many things SWEET
to call on some of New York he
have been the topic of conversa- United Negro
tion until I think I will just write my faithful adult readers to have College Fund today distributed TO BE GUEST 4 FULL LINE OP GROCERIES
as things come to my mind. So some of their topics on us teen- $11,835 to memberlcollege Be-
if the composition is a bit off, agers discussed? The thune-Cookman. Daytona Beach. I OF "COKE"Members COLD CUTS COSMETICS
allocation brims' the
that is, Just thoughtswere
say my -- -
sent the 203 N.W. 10th StrtttJ3SSW5

and excuse:running the ahead style.of After my pen all, FULTZ QUADS TO endar$32,861 'total Florida"college for the current to cal-a covering the of 27th the annual working Orange! 'press :::=: : S-......... SSS Stfft
year. Earlier
we teen-timers do talk at ran- BE CLASSIC grants from Blossom Classic football
campaign funds were allocated in game on I
January and June. Saturday, Dec. 5, will be the !
dom.Let's the conference with PARADE buffet guests' of the Coca-Cola FINE ARTSCONSERVATORY
open "This year's Co. and the Moss H.
appeal is running Organization -
this thought: "Filth and fundon't
ATTRACTIONThe well ahead This
of last Bruce Bar was announced
mix. Yes, you might say ton, chairman of the board, Bat- here this week by Julian Cole of
11 mixes, but two to one you) know ten Barton LIBERTY CITY YMCA
> appearance of the famed Durstine and Os- CJe and Associates, public -
that doesn't cats. There is
it one Fultz born, and UNCF national relations counsel retained
Quadruplets of Reidsville, cam- 5770 N.W. 15th Avenue
in crowd. He call
every N.C., in the 27th Annual Orange paign chairman, said. "Gifts frcm Florida A and M University to
himself a cat But, he doesn'tknow Blossom Classic and Festival, two sources notably, funds handle the promotional activities Offers best instruction
what is happening He's the Dec. 4-5, under the contributed and raised by UNCF of the Gained classic.
auspices of Piano Voice
ever present dirty story teller. the Pet Milk Co. alumni and from corporationsare -
This is the way he starts out: announced here this of week.Louis was chalking up now highs." The For a number cl years the Ballet Music Theory and
"Have you heard the Latest one?" "The annual, nation-wide campaign Coca-Cola Company has teen an (Special Modern Dancing
He then towers his voice. U he Co. decision of the Pet Milk raises approximately/ 10 percentof advertiser in the official souvenir I
to become For Adults
had anything worthwhile to the first national Only
combined ,
say firm to educational bud- program annually purchasIng -
he wouldn't have had to whisperIt. Blossom fully recognize the Or- ,gets of the_ colleges. the centerspread in the 64- Each Wednesday at 8 p.m. \
ange Classic
Before you can say "scat" and Festi- page. program' Likewise, throughthe
val Here's.
tafade potential for your chance, ladles and
scone one across the table is adding product Some If's Mciss H. Kendrix Organizationthe
his or her filth to the pile. attention," Smith has been widely hailed company has supplied classic 0 nts, to keep trim Eventually, everyone makes a said. By William Henry Huff for ANPIf press 'headquarters at the Sir while developing modern dance
contribution. It is surprising the The quads will be faced withan John Hotel with "Cokes." techniques.
ycu don't like
way one dirty joke can refreshthe extremely busy schedule that my ,
memory erf everyone. So you will include personal Don't swing upon my ,gate; Plans are afoot to serve the
think' you could get everyone to ances in supermarkets and appear-hos- If you don't like my dancing members of the working press
discuss the latest novel he or she pitals, radio and television appearances Tf You. need don't not like be my mate. covering, the '59 classic one of COMING!
you my peaches, the tastiest meals
ever served
has read, or the latest current interviews with any
members ''
event? No, you cannot. of the daily Stop shaking my tree; group in the famed press box ol Alpha's Talent 'Hunt
press, an appearance If you don't like the
my program, equally famous Orange Dow]
in the
Let's do something about this I Classic and Festival Orange Blossom 'Tis all the same to me. Stadium, Cole said. And Coronation

kind of conversation, friends and j, the beautiful Pet parade Milk float atop If you don't like my music, .
even enemies; The next time an You should know what to do;
; serving as hostesses at a tea, and
If you dcn't; like
my presenceThat's
off color or off the wall story an appearance at the Orange
comes your way, don't laugh at I Bowl Stadium on the night of truly up to you.
It. Your none-joker-poker face the game. OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
can make the young stud feel Plans Thanksgiving 1959By
are also afoot for the
miserable. M they can't latch on city to accord the SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
quads official
Samuel P. Perry Jr. for ANP
to that, drag out the bomb-sight welcome and recognition. How- PSYCHIC READERLet

and drop another hint. Try ever, at the moment, these plans We thank Thee, Lord,
changing the subject. Say some- have not been finalized, but will for the lonesome crust
thing like: "Rook-n-roll isn't here Abe disclosed as soon as they have pressed in warmth of lips,
to stay," "Navy will take Army been completed. for baton-air which tunes
next ;grid," or "Have you read its chorale-fingers' to
those two interesting articles In rhythm of nostrils,
the Herald on Jazz?" Think of MAKE BIG MONEY! for mended sinews which
us and pop the question, "Should push
teen-agers vote?" You don't AGENTS WANTEDto the granite of life.
know that we just finished an
election and we had absolutely sellJAMAICA Our eyes are scored by
nothing to say about the men SAM'S fire of turmoil, but u +
who will be In office to .represent LUCKY PRODUCTS our thoughts reach for
us the teen-agers of Miami the .whiteness of peace.
Call OX 1.1541
We thank Thee, Lord.
? that
Boy is something! If
you try some of those tactics, I .-. .I.... _ _ ._ __ _ _
am sure your dirty stcry tellers
will stop the smut and you will ENROLL NOW IN
be in a fiery discussion that
might lead to score good economic SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
structure of the world. At leastit my year of Experience! guide and protect! you through

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Gals, here are some hints to WHEN OTIIUIIS FAIL YOU SEE MM
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help fill in those blank spacesin ,
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should ever be tainted
with vulgarity or !profanity. Keep You can now have your home made happy
your humor sunny side up. When I O Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

you're conversing with your man Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
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Heap! Help! I am almost lost for tame God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
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1657 N.W. 73rd St., Miamiatl
1121 N.W.Miami 29th Street 6965 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami, Fla.

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I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE . FOR RENT -. .

qpA (\ are private with modern facilities -
"3290 NW 45th st. Phone

WlLL'CARE FOR Small childrenfor I For Sale . NE 5-5283. .

IN MEMORIAM working mothers. Large fencein WATER FRONT. lot 11, block 6
yard. 5845 NW 12th ave. Ph. -addition CLEAN PRIATE ROOMS.; Nice
of Washington Park, first -
In sad but loving memory of DEATHS PL 7-8973. of a subdivision, Broward quiet neighborhood. Kitchen privileges -
our dear wife and sister, County. Lot 122x60. Call ,OX telephone and a house to.
MRS. LAURA uM sie" ROMERO UpholsteryWe 1-7352 or NE 4-4945, Mrs. FIOlW'erSt yourself. Call NE 5-5283.

who departed this life Nov. 2-7, cover all type of furnitureat D5
1958. Mrs. Maggie Lbu Campbell, wife
reasonable price. SunbrightUpholstering .
'Asleep in Jesus, far from thee of Dr. A. O. Campbell of Talla-I a Work, 1449 NW 3rd FOR RENT WE HAVE with stores 2-ibedroom and refriger-apartments -'

Thy kindred be and their graves! Tuesday hassee after died a in short illness. She ave., phone FR 7-1239. D5 PARTLY FUR ISHED. I-bed- ators Bus No. 24 passes door.
may ;
house and 1-room apt. 2945 NW 46th st. Phone FR
Will be funeralized in Talla- room
But there is still a blessed sleep, WANTED
Near bus line and school. Ffaon 9-3576.
hassee Saturday four o'clock. Sheis
From which none ever wakes to ,
weep." survived by her husband and SETTLE MAN or woman to take OX 6-0509.

Crispin Ricmero, husband three daughters. Alpha Mizell, care. of rooming house. Must be Job Opportunity
Rebecca Bethel sister Laura Bell McLeod and Zillah reliable. Live in. Call FR 4-8393. NEWLY FURNISHED Rooms
with kitchen privilege. 1835, NW .
Arimentha Quintyne, sister Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority 4th ave. PL 8-4151. -N28 Public Relation Agent
Susan Johnson, sister Medical Steno
would like to have rooms in private -
homes gor their guest at the ROOM. 141 NW 9th St. See Miss Drafting Aide .
IN MEMORIAMIn ; i.rC i. 26th National Boule, Dec.: 26-30. Montgomery Apt. 1. D5 CriminalstldanPolice Officer
I Call OX 1-3565, NE 4-5163. D12
sad but loving memory of INFORMATIONFor Substitute Postal TransportationClerk

by husband, a Clean Comfortable
FOR SALEDry ROOM Economist (labor, (business and

: Cleaning and Laundry In a private home general( )
business, good( location, 544 NW Classic Guests Welcomed Student Trainee (options r
14th st. After 2:30: pjn. Indt Downtown Location -mathematics, chemistry and
C-Barber at 321 NW 16th St. physics) \
WIDOW Library Assistant
f x Card Punch Operator '
1M. 9 5 BesKS. On account of death. 5-room 2-BEDROOM apts. in choice Lib- Tabulating Machine OperatorGS

'" s srs.3 house, 2 efficiencies furnished. erty City area. Refrigerator, stove 3,4Accountant ,
Y, Can be used as 4 bedrooms; three and water free. Also furnished
: (Internal Revenue.
baths. Make offer. A 1-bedroom 844 NW 70th st. '
1t 4b t me an money apts. Agent
+ / !
+v 'tb,yk' e1Y CIS' maker 1044 NW 64th St. DS
R Stock Clerk (commissary)
Offset Pressman
LOT. 50 x 143 Block 52, lot 3 ONE-BEDROOM APT. Furnished. .
Concession Manager ,
I Carver Ranches. Call PL 4-6822. Call OX 1-4514.
: I Credit Manager :
Records Clerk
Realty '
Jq's.u Driver-Public Welfare Vehicles

flj. Stenographers and Typists>

; t I ; Auditor

__ _m.n".m n.n. Building Inspector
Drafting Aide
Charles A. Beneby of 1510 NW Clerk
68th st., died at Mt' Sinai Hospital '? .91/if if ftficf fiy/trt ami irene cntb -V. Engineering Draftsman (architectural -

on Nov. 20. He is survived civil, electrical, cartographic -
'by his widow, one daughter, a general, mechanical
step-son, four uncles, two sis- structural, topographic)
= :!!
ters. Funeral services will be ===- \ '::...
JESSIE PARMLEYof conducted Saturday, Nov. 28 at -s LEGAL NOTICE
( West Hollywood, Fla. who Mt. Olivette Baptist Church at 1pjm.
departed this life Nov. 27, 1958. ns officiating. NAME LAW
God of the living in whose I
i Notice is hereby given that the
eyes; unveiled thy whole crea- I House of Albert, . .
tion lies. All souls are thine; we I undersigned, desiring to engagein
must not say that those are dead LESTER C. ALBERT, Funeral Director business under the fictitious

who pass away; from this our 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue OX 1-7661 name of NORTHWEST REALTY
world of flesh set free. We know at number 5325 NW 29th Court,
them living' unto to thee. Mayhe T Miami, Florida, intends to regis-
rest in peace and light per- ter the said name with the Clerkof
petual shine upon him. the Circuit Court of Dade

Mrs. Clara Parmley, wife County, Fla.Frederick.

Robert Johnson, son L. Johnson
oa, I1r Sole Owner


family of the late, FOR RENT

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: day and Sunday. 2415 NW

R |57JT N.W. 17th AVENUE.MIAMI FLORIDA a Pfconeii OX 1-01II. OX 1-4349 50th St. Phone HI 4-1154

_n..n_.. ....___. .,._..____"n.m__' ___.m_ 5.. ..._ MO 1-1283 after six.
Oscar and AUiIk Rene,Ownert Oscar Range, LletBMd Emb *r.F **nl DInce.rI : or
\ Mrs. Alma Turner of 2273 NW
51st st, expired in Jackson Me- I
morial Hospital Nov. 21, She is
survived by three daughters, four
sons, three sisters, two brothers, 1 Bedroom Ant.
19 grandchildren and 24 great- It is our aim to render a conscientious service.

grandchildren Funeral services Reasonable in price and satisfactory in every detail
I Kitchen Furnished
>I- .. will be conducted Saturday, Nov.
28 at 3 pan at Mt. Olivette Bap- Lower. Hot Water and
.. ( :. "" ': tist Church, Rev. I, C. Mickina
-'I.w.; ;. : officiating She will lie in Electric Furnished
.. rtMISS. .. .. ..... reposein w IL
r \ ;;: :.. 'IiIiIiIIIIIiII1 ..._ the chapel from 12 noon Friday -

ETHELEAN THOMPSONof Interment in Lincoln 1 $1525: WeekSee

440 NW 10th st., who passed
away Oct. 14, 1959 wishes to Funeral services for Mrs. Emma ,it then
thank its many friends, neigh- Grace Clayton of 1823 NW
bors and Grand United Order of 70th st., ;who died suddenly Nov. PHONE JE 8-7721
Pallbearers No. 5 for cards, 21, will be conducted Friday, I
flowers, telegrams, donation of Nov. 27 at 2 pan in the chapel, a 4
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cars, extended during its recent Rev. Davis officiating She is
bereavement. survived by her husband, Leon-

Special thanks to Rev. E. A. ard; a small sonmother; one For Rent2..Bedroom
Culmer, Choir No. 1 of St. Mary's brother and other relatives.
W. M. Church, and Richardson
Gravesides services for Annette f' ra n House
Funeral Home for services rendered Is by
McCullough, the infant'
MORTICIANS 1371 NW 58th St.
Howard Thompson, father daughter' Mr.- and Mrs.. James
And family McCullough of NW 121st St., who Opposite Orchard
died in Jackson Memorial Nov. 334 N.W. 10th Street Phone FR 1-7679 ,Villa School

15, were held_ Nov. 18. Miami, Florid L. L. RICHARDSON. JR.. OWNER

CORE Needs You .' Samuel Bennett of 7184 NW Kitchen Furnished t<< .

, .14th place died in Jackson Me- : $25: S" Week
Join today and be morial Hospital,, Nov. 21. Funeral
services were conducted in the See it then
Yes-The Best Live
People at
Free Tomorrow chapel Wednesday, Nov. 25 at Phone JE 8-7721
3:30: ,p.m. Survivors are parents,
four sisters,. four brothers and a ATLANTIC MANOR GARDEN
grandmother._ Burial in Lincoln.
APARTMENTS H lp'figh'im'-:
TOOTHACHE *?': & Ala'tJ..J Aljonza B. Williams, the Infant .
U ... "'.., ,ml son 'of'Mr.- and Mrs. JamesA. Use Christmas Seal
:; ..... E t ORA-JEll Williams of, 1438 NW 71st st *
.. :t. died at horn' Nov. 23 and was
t.AlOrs I .... .

Q Nov., 25. ...,.. I I, 32nd Ave. and 42nd St., Northwest .ht jj jl J

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In-Around The Bahamas Christmas Christmas Trees I Trees Christmas Trees Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted "
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We're sure you're going to buy Guaranteed .....".............................. $4.75 ',( "'1-.'

By A. H. McKENZIEThe So, Tree why not 'get your Christmas TV's ........................................ $10 Down .

___un _n n 1 :. .__..____.._ 1 This year from the "Y"? Class Rings, Luggage, Watches Radios "
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1 Of Canada's finest fir, these trees
number of tourists visiting bulldozer: of the Public Board' will beDecember Guaranteed Watches from $8.95 4 f:
Nassau has broken all previous of Works punched the first hole 15th arrival date ; -
records this year. As of October in the Collins Wall on Nov. 10. "Help housands of kids to grow DAVID JEWELLERS 1"
31 the total was 28,000. The record This "operation" connects Col- up healthy and happy." 1188 //N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 j xt. ;
for any single ,year ,has: been lins Ave. (Centerville) with One dollar deposit today-do not
200,000. In. October alone there Wultf Road, and is expected to wait.
were: 13977.' lessen ;traffic connection and aid Don't know the Y's Men'?
pedestrians. But, you would like a tree?
(Roland Richardsonwas fined : Dial OX 6-0231, then BAMM'S CUT-RATE STORE '
$280 in the Magistrate's Court on Royal 20 Club To Order from the secretary.COMING .
Nov. 12 for
failing to
stop a/ter
being involved in an auto acci- Furnish Christian 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 'fl

dent on Nov. 1 for driving reck- /
Pediatric WardThe
lessly and for driving without a "
license. He denied one of the Royal Twenty Women's ................ 3.98 to 8.98 Skillets No.1, No. 5, No.7'
charges: but was identified by Club at, Coconut Grove held its Alpha's Talent Hunt Brownie Starflath 69510.95 King's Men After :
witnesses. He would .ihave to do regular meeting at the lovely Countess Martlz 1.50 2.00 Shave Lotion 1.00 1.50'
eight months in prison, if he fails home of Mrs. Elizabeth Williams And Coronation Ladles Wallets .98 1.00 Old Spice 1.00
to pay. Bethune of 1741 NW 5th ave. Men's Wallets 1.39. 2.50 Holster Set 2.50 4.50
Much time and Men's Cuff Links 1.25 Christmas Cards ;
thought devoted
was ,... , .,.. . .
The S.' N. H. Growers and the to the culmination of the I ' ':';' ;lU. - n -- Girl's School Bags 1.00 Men Stretch Socks 69o ,
Franklin Farms at Andros are annual drive which Is closing on CHRISTMAS GIFTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONSWe
asking in Nassau for recruitmentof Nov. 29. This drive is sponsoredby HOUSES FOR SALE Also Have a Lay-Away Plan

farm laborers: to reap their the members of the club each I I IN LIBERTY CITY OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
crops. The two farms at MasticPoint year in order that they may obtain -
financing for the current
need 250 workers.
I bedroom CBS tile bath
project. The ,project for this year .
Fifty-two Haitians were deported is the furnishing of the pediatric I I Florida room. Lot size 50x _11 .. ... ,'_ ,l \\.- :\. _. :::'.OI' ..
from Nassau to Port-de- ward at the new Christian Hos- 143. Furnished
Paix, Haiti by the m.v. Lady pital. ,The trusting closed with $1,000 Down .
Balllieu on November 12. T hi. Instructions to the members to
makes thus far this year. More regular meeting which will be lots. Furnished.
than 20 are serving prison terms held at the home of Mrs. M. Hlp- STORES, PEDDLERS AND INDIVIDUALS
pard of 1320 NW 71st st. The $500 Down
for entering the Bahamas Illeg Big Assortment of Wearing Apparel at all Times
ally. president issued a special appealfor
all members to turnout for i I-bedroom frame. Furnished Thousands of beautiful NEW Dresses-only

this. important meeting '. '. ,$500 down. _
Curtis Moss was sentenced by .. $1.00 to $5.00 VALUES TO $35.00
The hostess thanked
the Chief Justice November was by
11 to four years on imprisonment all present for the time and ener- Lots wanted Liberty City Values to $25, only........................................... $1.50
for causing grievous harm (chop gy devoted toward making the and Brown Sub. Cash or Big Assortment Slightly Higher'I

ping with hatchet) to Samuel I evening so delightful, terms Men's Suits Value to $50 ............ ........ ........ $7.50

Tuttlet,, security officer at Fort dent.Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn Is presi- Children Dresses .... . ........................ ............ $1.00
Montagu Beach Hotel July 10.
His was the last case on on the Oc- .I Northwest Realty Boys Suits, Value to $25 ............................ .... $5.00
tober session of the Supreme Personal Mention APPAREL WHOLESALERS

Court. Mrs. Dorothy Corbett of Monte- 5325 N W29th Court 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor)
Bay Jamaica.' BWI. arrived
Miami( on Monday via Pan American -
Phone NE 5-6026
Open 12-5 Sunday Airways on a two week
vacation trip. Miss Corbett was
1029 N.W. 55th St. recently crowned "Miss YWCA"of "

Montego Bay, following a Get Your Blessed
$495 Furnished highly spirited contest. She was Key ,
given the trip to Miami as one -
$81.50 Monthly Buys of the rcrize* for winning the co-' BRIGHT

This newly decorated 2- voted title. The prize was donated Weekly Specials Today
bv Pan American and Athol
bedroom home tropically CrJ.chtonand Peter Jarrett, two AND RIDE IN A NEW CAR
$295 DOWN
set in the rear of this large nrominent professional men of
duplex lot. \ Montejro !Bay. While In Miami Move right into this epic and TOMORROWNO

Miss Corbett is stopping at the span 2-bedroom home on ( MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED)
JE 1-1235 Leamington Hotel in downtown large lot. Very good N.W.
Miami She I i.? ab o being enter- location. No closing cost.' 3627 Percival Avenue Miami 33, Fla.
DEVORY tained by Miss Enid Curtis of the
Murrell Branch YWCA. Miss Pay only $75 month. Don't ASK FOR WALTER

Corbett will return to Jamaica pay rent!
Dec. 8. She reports a very pleasant ,
In Miami. -"
stay .w-: ,
SLIM 'DOWN Lovely 2-bedroom house on YOU ASKED FOR IT!
nice corner lot. Near N.W.
For So here it is-A full ONE YEAR
2-rooro fept. down to $7.00 79th St. Only one mortgage. f
ChristmasHave No closing cost. Hurry. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE ,
per week. BIscayne Park, s '.
you tried on the Christmas Policy for most people with only
NE 121st St. on Welt side Party dress you'll b. wearing?
I Is It a little snug at the seams, $995 DOWN $15 DOWN PAYMENT
of East Coast Railroad. tight racross the tummy? Then Gorgeous new CBS 3-bedroom >

See Rufus Washinton ..., 'you need Easy Method Reducing.We in Liberty City. Move SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY'
can start right now to put right in. No closing cost.
Apt. 16 D12 you holidays.Call In .lovelier shape for the Pay balance like rent. 645 N.W. 36th St. 27th Ave. Farmers' MarketPL

9-5284 NA 4-1811
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: 283 'N.Wf 79th St.
By Summons Extra Large DeLuxe Unfurnished

One Bedroom Apartments .

Frame 2-bedroom home, $4- APTS.
95'- $S00 down $65 per month ORCHARD VILLA PATIO
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Frame 3-rooms and bath, large '
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Desirable lot, 50x123 on Thomas OLD INDIAN 08 51 18 25 35 - '" -- --

ave. and Marjret St. $3,000
cash_ or terms. Dream Books 65c

Lot on Florida ave. and Brooker Housing HeadquartersWe
St. 3500. I

$100 Lots down In Goulds$50 per, 75x123 month.$1,593. Clear Water $2.00 33 3 have several good homes with low down payment, .

FOR RENT IN LIBERTY CITY balance less than rent. Also houses and apartments

3 rooms and bath, 1883 NW OLD INDIAN CHIEF TAR
for sale with
70th;si. Only $16 per week. for rent. We have several good lots
Lucky: Hand Rub 3.00
2-bedroom apt. 3131 NW 55th St. terms. Come see us at 2688 NW 02nd St. Phone OX

24>edroom apartment, large living Mail Money Order to: 1-6380.
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I B.. reporter 402 N.W. 2nd Ave.
I Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor Hallandale, Florida
Sunday School ......._............... 93.0 Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor
Morning worship .................... 11:00( Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter i
Evening worship .................... 7:30 Evening Service 8 pm
Sunday School....................... 9:30
Darkness Defeated: ,How like Morning service .................... 1100:
Ct those candles we arel I Our spiritsset Evening service ........................ 7:00
j to urdi aflame' in church with the BTU .............................;............. 6:00 .
me holy light, we step aside and are
Immediately beset by those forces SALTER'S CHAPELRev.
of darkness which comprehend it
H. J. Benson, pastor
not; and too often, too quickly, Ruth Twiggs reporter

we again become a part of that Sunday School ....,................ 930 -
MT. ZION A. M. E. the darkness. But we know flame where burns Morning worship ................ ...11:00:
inextinguishable ACE League ......................... 5:30 I
I THE MIAMI TIMES-"The_ Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. brightly, and we are welcome to Evening worship ................... 7:00
Opa Locka return to it at any time. That lathe
14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1959 Rev. C. J. Jenkins castor supreme glory of being

Sunday School............:.. s:30: a.m Christians children of light. TRIUMPH CHURCH
Morning worship ............ 11 ajn Quoted from our church bulletin.
FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. ... Bethel Apostolic TempleDoris League ............................... 5 pm The service _s on last Prince Sis. S. H.Daniels Mobley, pastor
............ I reporterSchool
Evening worship .... 7 pan.MT Sunday were good throughoutthe
C. J. Burney, pastor R. Akins, pastorJ. School of Wisdom .............. 10:00
Claudia Wilson, reporter Lafluer, assistantSis. day. Sunday was worshiaservice goodas Evening service ...................... 8HH
Sunday School...................... 9:30: T. Wallace reporter : HERMON A. M. E. usual.(was' The morning enjoyable to all Y. P. E. Band ............................ fcSO(
Morning worship .................... 11:00: 2310 N.W. 58th Street Opa Locka The very Rev. J. Williamswas Tuesday and Friday.......... 8:00
Evening !worship .................... 7:00: Sunday School....................... 10:00: Sunday School....................... 9:30 his best. He delivered a
Morning worship ..........._... 11:45: Evening worship .................... 7:00: strong and powerful sermon full ST. PAUL A. M. E.
Continue in prayer for those Evening worship .................... 7:30 Rev. Samuel Gar, pastor "Did
ci the gospel. We quote: not
out ccf town on sad occasions and Rev. J. D. Washington, pastor
Publicity Committee our hearts burn as he talked by 19th St. and 4th Court
let us continue in prayer for the GREATER NEW BETHELRev. Morning .................. 11:00
sick. the way." Sunday School...............L...:.. 9:38 E
W. K. Smith, pastor The small tokens of appreciation Morning worship .................... 11:00:
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Mrs. R. Conley, Clerk that was donated to our Father Daniels graced the ros-always ACE League ............................ 5:3: i
Morning worship ................ 11:00 tor and family .on last Sundaywas pas- trum Sunday glad to night.listen to We him.are His Evening worship .................... 7:00:

George Savitt, 1he Miami Sunday School....................... 9:30: highly appreciated. We had words 'we felt, are true, whole-
Times' Phil Ossofer, and press BTU .................................:.......... 5:30 one candidate for baptism and some and filled with gospel ex- MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev.
representative for the Baha'i Assembly Evening worship ................... 7:10: tlwo members added to our pressions.By .
of Miami, will discuss church. P. S. Brown, pastor
"Youth And The Atomic Age" at Church of The Open DoorDr. all means don't forget the Mrs. Lois Hicks, reporter
the Baha'i Center 137 NW 11th Rev. Gay and his congregationare
program that is being sponsoredby NOTE: Visitors are always gel
Ave., 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 29. H. C. McDoweH, pastorA. in charge. of the 11 o'clock the Woman's Missionary So- come. .
Everyone is cordially invited to E. McNeal reporterWe service at the annual conference ciety, and your humlble servant Order of Service
which is in session at Greater
participate in this discussion. were happy to have the Bethel SAME Church at which 1: Is promoting the program, and is dunday School ..............,......... 9:3'
members of Murrell Branch time he will have the honor of soliciting your presence, and cooperation [ Mvrolng worship 11:08
Church of TransfigurationEpiscopal YWCA, worship with us last Sun- delivering the Educational Ser-'| in, this effort. Help us BTU .. .................... 5:30*
( ) mon. I to make it a Iblg affair; you will I.Evening worship .................... 7: ae"
2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. day.The Finance Committee has Parents, please remember to I encourage the 'promoter and will BTU .................................._....... 5:30
in its efforts.
Vent John E. Culmer the 1960 budget of the church send your" children to Junior help the Society

priest in charge under advisement and are organ- Church. Let's not forget to visit The pastor is at home convales BETHANY BAPTIST
Stanley Sweeting, reporter izing the men :cf, the church to the sick and shut-ins. Visitorsare cing.
3075 N.W. 4Sth St.
conduct the Member En-
Services every Sunday Every always welcome.
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor
listment Campaign which will be
Morning worship 9:30: EBENEZER METHODISTRev.

Sunday School ...... 10:30 conducted minister this will Sunday'give afternoon.Our a special: MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor Sunday Marjorie School Shelby.......,...reporter............ 930

sermon on giving and tithing. E. M. Thomas, pastor Ernestine L. Hambrick, reporter Morning worship ................... 11:00
CORINTH BAPTISTRev. ................ ........... ........
Our charter member list will Phyllis Myers reporter Sunday School....................... 9:30 BTU .. .L. ... 5:30
W T. Thomas, pastor be open through the first Sun- Sunday School....................... 9:30 Morning service .................... 11:00: Evening worship ............... 7:00
Phone NE 5-1518 day of the New Year. Morning worship .................... 11:00: Evening service .................... 7OC I
Sunday School....................... 130: Friends and visitors are always BTU ........................................... 5:30: KELLY'S CHAPEL
Morning worship ................. 11:00 welocme at our service 11 a.m. at Evening worship .................... 7:00 I Mt. Pleasant Methodist
Evening worship ................... 7:30 the Seventh Day Adventist School Our sick and shut-ins are Sis. Esther McNeil, reporterRev.
Come and hear gospel\ preacher auditorium NF 5th st. and 24th M. James, Sis. A. Florence and 2170 Washington Street Leroy Dell, pastor
and successful pastor ave. Deacon J. Canady. We are pray- i Opa LockaI :Sunday School................... 9:45:
," ing for you a speedy recovery. I I Sunday School............... 9:30: am Morning worsrip ..............._. 11:00
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. The spelling ''bee that we were Morning worship ............ 11 a.m. M. Y. F. 0:00:

having in BTU did not finish, so Evening service 7:30: Evening worship .........._..._ 7:30
14 th Ave. and 69th Street L. A. Thompson:; pastor
Sunday School ............ D:30'am Sunday School........... ........ 9:30: therefore it will be continued. I BETHEL BAPTIST I
Morning Service ............ 11:00: a.m Morning worship ................... 11:00: Visitors are always welcometo ANTIOCH BAPTIST
Westminster Fellowship 6:00: BTU .......................................... 5:30: ( come and worship with us at Richmond Heights
pm Evening worship, ................... 7.1X: any time. Rev. L. R. Ross Pastor Rt>v. O. W. Foster, pastorA.
Jean E. Scott, reporter L. Johnson, reporter
THE INCARNATION Members of Temple will worship TRINITY C. M. E. Sunday School.,.................... 9:30: Sunday School .............___ 9:45
1835 N.W. 54th StreetFr. at Mt. Olivette Baptist 2020 N.W. 5th CourtW. Morning service .................... 11:00 Morning Service ................ 11:00"
E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar Church at all services on Sunday O. Geary minister BTU ............................................ 5:30 BTU ............................................ 5:30
Susan Butler, reporter due ters to and the Deacons'meeting Union of the of Minis-the Church School ......,.................. 9:30: Evening service ...................... 7:00: Evening worship ................. 7:06

Morning worship ................. 11:00: ......... ........ ---.-. ..-.-. .-. .".-- "--
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the Atlantic Coat Baptist Associa ==: -r-' c-:>=: H H H '\ H H 'r y-"r
I Sunday, Nov. 29, first Sun- Evening worship ................... 7:00: I: i
day in Advent, Art Bowen, rep- tion.Monday I-
resenting the president of the evening at 8 o'clock a Last Sunday the youth o,< Trinity I FOR BETTER PICTURES . SEE .
Episcopal Churchmen of the MI- farewell program will be givenin I sponsored a very fine youth-
ami Deanery, will be the guest honor oi the Rev. C. H. day 'program Otis James was the 1 I
speaker immediately following Thompson of Transfiguration speaker.' Both youth choirs parti-I
1045 P.TT Mess, Baptist Church, Nassau, Bahamas cipated. The 5th Sunday will cen- MIAMI
He has been vacationing in Tam- ter around missionary activities. JOHNSON OF .
The Episcopal Churchwomen of pa and Miami for three months The pastor will emphasize mis-
the Incarnation is sponsoring a and twill return to the Bahamas sionary work. Sunday evening at
Fellowship Hour in the churchat next week. 7 o'clock all members are askedto
4 ip.m.' Mrs Elizabeth Espy Mrs. Florence Hepburn, who be present for general Church Dinners Parties Weddings Passport
Johnson, principal of Phyllis accompanied Mrs. I. G, Pratt and Conference at which time the
Wheatley Elementary School, represented her Missionary Society work of the New Year will be
will be the speaker. An Interest- at Florida N. I. Memorial outlined. We plan many activities !- Home Movies Baby Pictures a Specialty

ing program has been planned for College, St. Augustine, on Gifts for the new year not only
your enjoyment. Mrs. Berthenla Day, wishes to thank all the women for the local congregation but 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294
White will be the accompanist at who gave her such fine co for the community at large. You
the !organ. The public Is cordially operation. are invited to attend all of the
I invited. Mrs. E. S. Clarke Jr.
services of Trinity CME. -tt-r r-"r-pri chairman program. Mrs. Levi! Zion Hope M. Baptist I
Johnson, president of the Episcopal -
3 Churchwomen. 1710 NW. 69th St. and 17th Ave.
On December 29 Christ Episcopal Sunday School' 9:30: Mail In Your Classified Ad35c I
/ Church and the Church of the Morning Service' 11:00: )

Incarnation are sponsoring Ber- BTU 6:00 Per Insertion Per Line Words The Line i
nard Hunter in an organ recitalat Evening: Service 7:00: Figure 5 Average to j
the church Mr. Hunter Is a (Tuesday night) No. of Lines 1 Time 2 Time .

native of Miami, and instructor in Prayer Meeting 8:00 3 ................ '.................. $1.00 .... .................................. $2.00
A and and
M University a mem-
the music department at Florida Sunday was a very high dav. 4 ............ . .......................... $1.40 ................ ..................... $2.80

ber of the Church of the Incar- The pastor was: at his best. His 5 ,............. ............... . ........... $1.75 ................ ...................... $3.50
nation. Time of recital 5 p.m. text was taken from Hebrews .

Subscription $1.00. 13:1.: subject, "These Died in CLASSIFICATION ................ . ................. (THREE LINE MINIMUM)
Faith." (For Rent, For Sale, Wanted, Etc.)
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME You have a cordial welcome at
all time to visit our church, located -
Richmond Heights at NW 48th St. and, 24th .
Rev Albert .Tonn. DMtor' ,
court. Prayer service every Tuesday -
Milma Harris, reporter night, choir rehearsal on > i _
Sunday School....................... 9:30 Wednesday, and sale on the (lawn \ '
Morning worship .................... 11:00: on Friday and Saturday nights.
ACE League .......................... 4:30 The Junior, ushers ere trying
i Evening worship ................... .'7:00' to get their uniforms for the first
Sunday and Sister Rosa Lee Mc-
ST. JAMES BAPTISTRev. Clendon Is having a 'potato role s.

J L. Johnson Service*putorSunday sale delivery Saturday call OX(price 1-9344$1.00)or),go For to Name ............ . ................................. ...................... Phone ...... .............,.....

$ ndav School ............ 9:30 am 2021 NW 64th St.
Wnrnlnjf+ Worship ........ 11:00 am Remember you are welcome to Address ......................... . ................................ ........ City ................. ..... .
ATtJ.... ...................... 5:30 pm I our church with our crtilllng
Evenlncr Worship ............ 7:30 pm friendly pastor and membe'rs.Don't Please Send Check or '
VIftnr" always welcome Money Order to . .
323 N.W. 14th St

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ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. ST. LUKE BAPTISTMrs. Lighthouse For Blindis THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper""

Rev. E. M. Blocker, minister Bupesba Green, reporterRev.
DedicatedThe SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1959 PAGE
Cloe Sweeting, reporter P. W. Williams, pastor
Sunday School ...............?...?... g3o Sunday School ..............._..?... 9:30:
Morning worship ................ 11:00 Morning worship ................ 11:00 Northwest Branch of the
ACE League ........,................... 6:00: BYPU ........................................ 5:30 Lighthouse For The Blind at 536
Evening worship ...........?..:-... 7:00 Evening worship ...........?....... 7:00 NW 5th ave. was dedicated on'' Mrs. Gill '
Sunday, Nov.' 22. | Reports on .
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. The extended Woman's Day Music for the occasion was ., :
drive ended Sunday successfully: rendered by the Booker T. Washington j
E D. Richardson pastor raisin' $706 to reach our $4,000 choral scciety. Robbie (Mc- j '
Minnie T. Copeland reporter goal. The grand total raised Cray read the scripture and Elder March of Dimes .
Sunday School.....................? 9:30 ing the entire drive was $ dur-I Jacob Cohen gave the invocation.'' .
Morning worship .................... 11:00 A hearty thanks to I Greetings were brought by
BTU .......-................................... 5:30 who helped us reach our goal.I. Mayor Robert, High and W. In 1960, the March of Dimes This amount is needed to do the
Evening worship .................... 7:00 Thanksand thanks again. I Keith Phillips, president Fla. As I will add "new" to its title at the Job as it should be done -
There will be a musical pro sociation' of Workers for the Blind same time it prepares to fight' against birth defects, arthritis
GREATER BETHEL A.M.ERev. gram the second Sunday night I! A skit "Let's Dedicate was two other diseases besides polio, and ,polio. All persons interestedin
sponsored by Mrs. Annie Mae done by Ruby Robinson: Barbara it was disclosed today by Mrs. helping in the campaign In the
S. A. Cousin, pastor Chandler at the church. Come Williams and Henry Witherspoon.Alex Alese Gill, chairman of the north- new area between NW 17th ave.
Mrs. Jenette Folson, reporter one, come all. H. Townsend 'presented the' west area, ,cn her return from a and 10th ave. from 62nd st.
Sunday School....................... 9:30: Please continue to pray for keys to Mrs. Lillie Harrison. two-day session of meetings of south to 54th st. now, contact the
Morning worship ................ 11:00 Deacon Joe Carter.METROPOLITAN. The Lighthouse wishes to 400 New March of Dimes volunteers chairman of the area, Mrs. Naomi -
Evening worship .................... 7:00: thank the following persons and at Tuskegee Institute, Ala. Grant 1351 NW 55th terr.- ,
I AME business 'places for ocntr butions. Mrs. Gill explained that the ;: NEW HOPE' P.B. CHURCH addition of the word> "new" is for Other persons interested In
Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor Alex H. Townsend, director for purposes of giving em;'basis to volunteering' their services will
Rev. H. C. Samuels. pasta Sunday School........,.............. 93:0: the Lighthouse; Charles L. Wil- the entry of the National' Foun- be called by the chairman< of last
Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter Morning worship .................... 11:00: liams, Mrs. Ethel Lewis, Mrs. datkn into the fields of birth defects year if not then call, Alese Gill,
Sunday School..................?... 9:30: Evening worship .................... 7:00: Lossie Gardner, House of Albert, and arthritis as well as con- PL 4-2560 or PL 4-6382 and you
Morning service .................... 11:00: I Francis Funeral Home, Community tinuing its work in polio. will be given an assignment.
BTU .......................-................... 5:30: TRINITY WESLEYANRev. Drug Store Friendship Gar- The March of Dimes volunteer
Evening worship_ .................... 7:30: den Club, Rev. F. D. Johnson, reported that Dr. Kenneth Lane, OVER $50,000 IN
George E. Johnson pastor Choral Society Booker T. Wash- medical consultant to The Na-
MORNING STAR BAPTIST Mr- Phyllis Andrews, reportw ington High School Mrs. Leila L. tional Foundation, predicted that TB KITTY
,unday School......?.........? 9 un Williams, director; Rosemary there would be polio outbreaksnext
514 NW 21rd Street 'ruing worship .................... 11:0: ( Pinkney, Henry Witherspoon, summer because of, large Tuberculosis .patients and their
Rev. I. Clayton, pastor I ,life People's Meeting 5 p.m Willie Williams, Robbie McCray, ,; numbers of unvaccinated people. families in Dado County have
Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter I Ruby Robinson, Range Funeral "Perhaps the greatest problem much to be grateful for during
Sunday School ..............?....... 93:0! NEW HOPE BAPTIST Home, Senkr's: Funeral Home, connected with polio right now is thL Thanksgiving Holiday.
Morning' service .................... 11:30,i Miami Times, Perry's Dd.artment I overcoming the ,apathy, and indifference The Dade County Tuberculosis
RTU ...................................-....... 5:30: Rev. James E. Brown pastor Store Alta Screen, Freddie's of vast numbers of Association reported this mid-
Evening service ...............?....... 730 I lire Vandell Dovan. reporter Grocery Store Henry H. Arring-I people," the local civic leader week that, contributions toward
................ 11:00
are welcome. Morning worship : ton Miami Chapter Frontiers of said. "''he more people we canget the 1939 Christmas Seal Sale
Evening worship .................... 7:00: America, Mrs. Marie Johnson, vaccinated right now, the: were reaching toward the<< $50-
ST. MARY'S; W. M. BTU ......................................._... 5:30: Sunlight Beauty School, Clyde!I less the polio. Incidence figures'' 000 mark in the first 10 days of
Klllens. Mrs. L. M. Harrison, supervisor will be next summer" the 195P Christmas Seal returns.
Rev E A. Culmer. pastor ST. JAMES .AME. of the Lighthouse. I Total receipts thnouijih this
Mrs. !S=;. Dawkins, reporter The Lighthouse wishes to thank Amount needed to'carry mid-week reached $48,213 or 29
"Sunday School..........?........... 9:30: Rev H McNeal Harris pastor everyone for their splendid co- through the program objectivesof per cent of the 1959 goal of
Morning worship ................ 11:00 Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter '.peration at the dedication given the 1960 Now March of Dimes $165,000.
Evening worship .................... 7:30 I Sunday School............... .... 9'30 for the Lighthouse For The Blind. is $65,000,000 the volunteer re- Dr. W. W. McKibbcn, Dade's
Morning worship .................... 11:00: prted:: which will be used for oldest ,pediatrician and founder
Sunday School was opened by ACE League ............................ 5:30: Matthew Temple AMEZ a three-pronged attack on the and president emeritus of the 30-
the superintendent, Mrs. M. Wor- Evening worship .................... 7:00: three crippling diseases through year-old Dade County Tuberculosis .
thy. Miss Carol Paul acting secretary 1628 NW. 5th Ave. research, professional educationand Association, urged everyone to
Devotional classes took New Hope Women Sunday School..???............... 93:0 patient aid support the Christmas Seal effort.
their respective ,places with their Morning worship .................... 11:00: "These three problems cause "Your donation to Tuberculosis -
teachers. at their post. Evening worship .................... 7:00: millions of people pain and an- Christmas Seals works for you
Service began at 11 ajn. with Raise $3,139.33On guish" the local civic leader said, every day of the year In protecting -
the pastor In charge., Scripture, ST. FRANCIS'XAVIERV "Arthritis and rheumatism' afflict you and your family from
Bro. H. V. Steward the pastor last Sunday the "women of upward of 11,000,000 people in tuberculosis," said Dr. McKibben.
preached from Joshua. 1:9: theme New Hope Missionary Baptist W 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. this country. More than 250,000 The Tuberculosis ChristmasSeal
"A Sincere Christian Life." Church celebrated their fourth Phone FR 9-1424 children are born each year witha Sale opened Nov. 12 and
Everyone was blessed by the annual Women Day and they are MASSES significant birth defect. Thereare ends on Christmas Day.
Holy Spirit. No. 2 choir furnished happy to announce that their day ')allv ................ ..... ......... 8 a.m still more than 50,000 paralytic -,
music and their organist, Mrs. was successful both financiallyand Sunday .... '7 a m & 8:30: a.m polio patients on National
V Hlg-gs. No. 1 Junior ushers spiritually however they had Foundation Chapter rolls These TIGER ISCOMING
served. to bow to the men as far as fund figures show how vital it !is for
At 7 p'jn.' devotional was led raising was concerned for -his the New March of Dimes to ,
by the pastor. He 'preached from year this 'is the first time in the LARGE ROOMS achieve this $65,000,000 figure.
1 Samuel 7:15: Our pastor preached history df men and women day -
as never before. Everyone :spiritually blessed. The male raised the sum of $3,478.52 on
chorus furnished music with their their day last July >So may 'iwe With Refrig and Stove ,
organist, Mrs. V. Higgs. No. '2 say to. the women of our church,
ushers served. btter luck next year.
The church as a whole is pray- $11.50 Per WeekSEE
Our thanks and most sincere
ing for our sick cf the church
out to everyone -
and those of the world.COMING afl'reciation goes
who helped to make our MR. MYERS
Woman's Day what It was.

Sunday coming cur services 320 N.W. 7th St.
will begin as usual. Please note l
Alpha's Talent Hunt change of the hour of services.

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1959 Show "Sapphire"The The 'Household ot. fcuth No. WATCH FOR. .
2416 is having a Spiritual Tea ."
Capitol Theatre is proud Sunday, Nov. 29, from 4 to 6 STYLE O RAMA '
to announce that it will have one .
Mrs. J.
on the Range lawn.
Cub Scout 'Pack 90 cf the first showing in the Southof ipjn.L. Dixon will be the reader.
This is the Holmes Elementary PTA
PHIL OSSOFER "Sapphire. storyof Please come out.
Growing Fast a beautiful Negress who chose: Mrs Sarah Jones, M. N. G..
to; live and love on both sides of
, Mrs. Nellie Graves W. R.
SAYS: --
the color line "Sapphire" found
The second monthly pack meet-
one wasn't enough-neither
ing ,was held In the Bunche Park
was one color. Some said she
Elementary School cafeteria. was an 'angel some said she
Nationalism, like the covered
Twenty-one boys received their
was a devil. Decide for yourself
has served its ,
wagon, purpose
Bobcat pins and '
were pinned on ,
their and is now obsolete. It is, for this when ycu see "Sapphire" at the
by parents. Several dens
Capitol Theatre starting Wednesday -
day, an immature institution ina
skits and made
gave projects Dec. 2 for unlimited
mature age. By this, I do not an en-
centered around the theme, "The
Adults 85
gagement. cents stu-
mean to lower the dignity our
Country Store"Two dents 60 cents, children 30 cents.
nation or of any other on You
new den mothers joinedour ,
This is strictly adult entertain- Cenu
pack: Mrs. Pearl Braddock, earth. ment. Children not admitted ,unless y t Call
and Mrs. Marjorie. Bass. Without nationalism, the Unit- accompanied by 'an adult. ?
We now have 48 boys in our ed States could not have attained -
pack. If you are of cub scoutingage its freedom from England. It
have your parents to bring has served its purpose, but like Y's MEN'S CLUB
you out to the next pack meeting children, must be put away for
Dec. 9 in the school cafeteria more mature activity.It Christmas Tree Sales
at 8 ,p.m.,The theme will be, "Do
Your Best. is time to exchange the milk Helps YOUthMake OX 1.6831
Vernon Miller is cub master. of nationalism for the strong
meat of universality. In the Deposit Today
words cf St. Paul (Hebrews 5:13-:
14)), "For everyone that useth I Call OXford 6-0231

milk: is unskilled in the word of' ." .... ... .. .. ... ... ........ ....... ............................................ .. ....
'righteousness: for he is a babe. ': --:.-.:.:-...:-.:...u..n.: *_.:.:_*..................1r..vau..n/:.. >;.. .j. j..o.;.o* *o..o*.?..*.o...;....._....*......*...;*.?.......:..%..:;:...%...;.*%..*..?*.%.-:.?."%....-'?".%.-.?.*"%n_...*T n._tTT_ n._.?_"* tSE.>t--.3.tvjft.-...-fcrfv.c e"*:.t.ta'
But strong meat belongeth to
LOVELYHOMES I them that are of full age, even t ': 'KU
their those senses who by exercised reason of to use discern have ;.* Fair Realty IS Easy to Buy From ,n t3!

both gcod and evil." a .3tl
The atomic age, which we are ::
entering, is strong meat to the' 4 71645'a
unweaned babes of natJnaHsm .
These babes. are not mature ;
enough to recornize the evils of, M: : n
FOR SALEIn nationalism. which withhold fromus $: 1
the good of universality. ,, I L

Northwest55th Professor Albert Einstein, the I
great scientist who helped usherin .
the atomic age, recognized the r 4s ul,
St AreaLow immaturity of nationalism He HH
said, "Nationalism is an infantile -
disease. It is the measles of :>S ,

mankind." 9 4 ti''

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Holy Redeemer School is spon- MJt i t,. 1 iul, / LJ f iM It
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Down Payments A survey course religion is being 5
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Easy Monthly Terms Grandis SSJ, the assistant pastor. 1 1t
This free service is designed to a d r k" ,
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Only 1 Mortgage of school children attending Holy 4S %
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