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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: December 5, 1959
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37TH YEAR, NO. 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959 PRICE TEN CENTS TWENTY PAGES

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: Campy Fultz Quads Ing ,public appearances in local

I Steals $23,000 Ring, Sells it for $5, Attractions Are Added, supermarkets their sponsor, Pet and Milk.hospitals for ..:. .1'



Criminal Court Judge Ben C By LAWRENCE B. ;COOPER
'Willard convicted,Sophia Rolle of
Everything points to the 27th
of stealing a $23,000 ,diamond
Blossom Classic
annual Orange
ring arid her boy-friend Edward
I in the Orange Bowl as
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.McGill, of receiving. and selling
x it. 'being the biggest and best ever N MY
aged in history.
'The 25-year-old woman of 1440 .s With Jake Gaither's Florida n
NW 1st avenue, admitted takingthe 1f
A&M Battlers looking for their
rinj from Balough's Silver
first Classic win over the Prairie
"ndJewelry Co. at 447 Arthur
View Panthers in ,four starts, ,a
Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach Hic ding dong game is In the mak. 4I
stressed the
ever she point that
she had "taken" and not "stolen"It. ing.The .
Panthers are pmartinj under .
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4 Y Yr McGill 26, of 1330 NW 65th a 20-6 whipping::by Southernlast

, terrace, told the court that Miss Saturday nigh Mter blowinga
16-' streak The
r worth RoLe said the ring was
Rattlers are cn top of the pack
$1,500 when she gave it to hunt
with 0-0 record<< one a 21-14
roJl e had never seen a diamond. ti
+ conquest of the same pesky
and did not believe her.
A watchmaker. and Jeweler, Southern Jaguars. I
Don Talarico, said McGill brought CAMPY TO GET AWARD
the ring to his store at 714 NW One of the highlights of the
62nd st. and asked $10 for it. He
evening will' be presentation of -- --- --
Insisted that the ring was worth the first "Most Courageous Ath- ROY CAMPANELLABAND
only $5 which McGill finally accepted letic Award" to baseball great
Alter buying the ring he Roy Campanella. Camnpy )Jetted HAS GREAT SHOW
called the police down from New York Friday for As usual W P. Foster has

Eight Talladega College students an'd two professors David Balough, the owner, said the award and a week In Miami cooked up a fabulous halftime ,
the stone was a 13-carat blue among old friends. .show for his fast-stepinx: 132- ,
are on a November' 29-December 9 study tour of Antioch white diamond Miss' Rolls ,tock, Another nationally' famous member band, A new twist to 1 "

'f College, Yellow ,Springs, and Oberlln College, Oberlin, It In May while she was workingas group will be the Fultz Quadruplets the show will be colorful fire-
Ohio; the Liberal Arts College of the, University of a char-woman around the from Reldsvllle, N.C. The works patterns bursting ever the
store. She said that she hid It in darkened stadium to accentuatethe
four pretty 13-year-olds arrived
Lawrence Wisconsin
Michigan College Appleton, and
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a match box until August, then Wednesday and have been mak- space theme. You'll like the
the University of Minnesota. These representatives of the .she cave it to McGill., band doing the cha-cha to the
Talladega Personnel Program Study are (seated) seniors tune of "Pa tricfa."

Judith Walcott, New York City and Roberta Hodge, Mi- (Miami is gelling the 'cJ .sslc

ami, Fla., juniors Ann Riou, Miami, and Victoria By- Gov. Asked to Investigate fever" a bit earlier this year because -

waters, Fort Valley Ga.; (standing) sophomore Carl been greatly hotel accommodations iimprcvcd. Housing have I.

Foster, Mobile, Ala.; juniors Sidney Mack, Charleston, chairman Charles C. North, has
S. C. and Willie Lee, Panama City, Fla.; Dr. John Bross, obtained more than 40 Miami

junior Dennis Roberts, Montgomery, Ala., and Study Director ,Tampa Airman's Death Beach hotels to handle] the over-
David Driskell. I j flow crowd. Both teams are livIng -
at the Collins Terrace at 23rd
acv, Leroy Collins has been stationed at Tyndall' l Air Force and Oolllns ave. on Miami Beach'
asked by the Florida NAACP to [ Base, Tampa, on the grounds that !Much entertainment is on tab
investigate the death of A-2c he did mt commit suicide.
for the thousands of visitors expected ...
White Numbers Robert L. Humphrey! who was The Negro airman died from a to swarm into the city.
Queen bullet wound enroute to the Tyn- The Mia/nj Chapter of the FAMU
I dale Hospital on Nov. 1. Bay Alumni ,jives a kickoff ball Fri'
County Douty Sheriff B. H day night in the Sir John Club ,
Jchnsn roported that he stopped followed by a breakfast the following -

Indicted in Negro's DeathThe Humphrey'wobbling. car when he saw it have scheduled morning.special All local entertainment clubs- I

and hundreds of house par-
Dade County grand Jury The jury returned the first degree Before he could get out of his ties will be the order of the day. I
Wednesday Indicted Mrs. Catherine murder indictment in the own car, he said, he heard a I
Tro'slar, white numbers shooting of Norman King. Police I shot and found the serviceman PARADE AT 12:30:
queen, ,for the slaying of a 34- believe the real target was Mr,. 2 t sprawled] on the nor, with a .38 Parade Marshall Elliott J, Pleze !
year-old Negro last Oct. 13. Tresslar's former maid, Thelma pistol beside him.Bannister promises his most colorful parade
Crouch. yet. A parade of beautiful floats
A The 25- ear-otd bfrnde] lives that must past minimum standards -
'lat 10990 Ocral 1 Reef Drive, near StrickenI I will ;pars. along] 14th st., 3rd
Appointed JudgeThe Richmond Heights.'NEGROES I 1Y ave", 6th it. and 2nd Ave. Twenty
high school bands' will participate: t .
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AND along with the Rattler band.
The weatherman has promised
,PUERTO RICANS crisp, clear weather with no
threat RISE IN NY waiting fcr? Let's got

According to the booie puolish- &. .
;ed this wee*. Negroes and Puer- f ::
'to Ricans win comprise 18-20 ': : > '. NAACP .
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percent of metropolitan New York 'iW": .

L by In 1960.his book "The Newcomers" Mrs. Esther Norris, pioneer .. :' ?"I'. .q/ . -

Tr ,Oscar Handlin Asks ProbeThe
Pulitzer Prize- Dade County ublic school teacher ;" .x.t.' if ...
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I winnJnj Harvard historian, pre was buried on Tuesday after- .. '',
dicted that the Negro and Puerto noon ,from Ebenezer Methcdist :/
,Ri< *i> population will increase Church. She is 'survived by her \\f. : : Rev A. Leon Lowry, president
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60 to 73 percent in the next 20years husband, E. S Norris, retired '..". ,' . : . of the Fkrida chapter of
railroad employee ." ..A'.j i'.'<.. the NAACP Investigation into the
Based on a three-year study,I _.. I . . boating of Frank) D, Miller by a
Handlin said that the increase i State Highway patrolman
would be for the most part, outside YWCA auditorium, 108 SE 1st ct., :,' .,.. ." . 4
Manhattan and in the su-I Thursday, Dec. 10 at 8 pm. The I '";..' ". . The Negro was arrested and
burp. He believes that the two guest speaker will! be Rev William !!' beaten on Nov 22 near Chlpley t
minority groups,' now numberingibout K. Williams, executive director .r?t.i'..}' by law officers, Lowry said.

two million In the area, of the Council on Community : ''' ,'.':....- The officers said
they chased
will increase to'between Relationswhose] -work for ..
3,200,000
and 3,500,000.HUMAN. human right is well known loeally. Miller for about 25 miles from ....
Miami City Commission "Slim" Bannister, pop- near Ch ;4ey through Holmes
Friday morning appointed L. E. ular Miami sportsuvan and businessman County, and halted him at the
Thomas a municipal judge. It RIGHTS Mr*. Louis BTaylor, executive suffered, a heart attackIn Home] +a-Walton County line lie
was the second appointment for DAY THURSDAYThe Director of Murrell Branch, Havana, Cuba on Tuesday was charged with driving without '
the local attorney' who has six YWCA will be chairman for this while visiting his \daughter whois a driver's license, reckless
years experience In Miami's munIcipal Banal' of Greater Miami event. Refreshments will be serv In school there. Ills wife Por- driving and resisting arrest. Mil
courts. He is ejected to are sponsoring a Human Right ed. Everyone is cordially Invitedto tia and his personal physicianflew ler was heUl overnight and released .
be sworn in on Monday. s Day program, to be held at th* attend this meetJn,. to his bedslgfe. the next day on bond the next day, '




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a 23 yard field goal with two claim tQ their second successive
minutes of playing time left in CIAA chasm 'onship. It was also
and Scholastic Chatter I the contest to down the Eagles the fourth straight title Including -
3-0 in the traditional Carolina football, basketball and base
Classic. ball of last season
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FOOTBALL SCORES ,Eugene Cambridge, a sophomore -
THE MIAMI TIM -"The Peoples' Newspaper" frm Miami, Fla., booted
Mays High 18-Glbbs High 0 PAGE 2 :SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959 the pigskin through the uprights' Help Fight TB
Union Academy 114-E.O. % frcm the 23 yard line. That wash
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Northwestern High 20 BTW 0 The try for point was no iocd.:: AGGIES WIN CIAACHAMPIONSHIP More than 8,000 fans witnessed
Lillian Brown 19
SmlthHIgln 44- Late in the final stanza, the I ihs contest, mainly one of bruis-
Dillard 40-Roosevelt 19 Bulls scored again when Bobby ing dfense. Tremendous line ;lay $
Rochelle High 20-O, K. Mickens Felts plunged over the line from by 'tooth' te,tns stripped scoring
High 13 to Greensboro N.C. A&T Col- drives three occasions 19S9.emufOOS6J.
the dive. A pass, Patterson I on \
The 1959 high school conference Willie Howard was good for the lege, 14 :points favorite over The Aggies won their fifth
I North Carolina scored CJAA tilt of the laying
football season went out with a PAT. College, on season. -. -- .. --
roar lat week for most of the
schoos: in the state, and in aL
confirmees cf the State are teams
that, are pr.ud of the records 4 I
nude this season. A, B and C RATHBLOTTWELLKNOWN
Schools: produced good teams.O. .
K. Mickens High of Dad e a y
Cl.y ccmnated their C Class rivals PHILADELPHIAN
: End climaxed! their season by .

leading Cass: B Rrohelle, High cl Keeps Pledge to Leaders to Extend Reduced Prices for u._ _ _
Lakeland: 7for two periods of
the game :but was finally over

come victory. 20-13 fr Mickens which was High.a mora Plan\ Building LOTS & 5-Acre FARM Plots ALBERT:

City f the Southwest: Conference N. RATHBLOHOwMff RATHBLOTT, Esq.
possibly scored more 'points thar.
any high shool:: team In the state Tows of Dtvtlopm Hit Mlipah I at the Nationally Known Development, M/zpafi/. J.
tab season, and certainly made

the most points in a slnjkf game ALSO owner of the "' '''a. Pipe Supply Half-way between Philadelphia and Atlantic City and between three
when they defeated M. O. Douj- It Mfg. Co. and President aid Treat

las previous High high cf Sebring was by 114-0.Roa-eveh The ere ef the Atlantic Building Corp. nationally known highways: namely Harding Highway, Black Horse

of Lakes Wales: when they scor- and the otty men of his race honored Pike and White Horse Plk@
ed 100 ;oints against Lillian wlrt a Ufe membership to the Natlaverf

Brown .of Wauchulla. Baptist Convention of America .......................
1Tn!'n Arademv of Barow and Ine. Mr. Rathblott wa also oce'rrf.'f : :; Thousands of Purchasers Located Throughout the United States

Marshall High of Plant City will membership In many state comre.. ''''"". ;: !
probably I ibe named co-chairman Will Be Pleased to Hear of the Following Report:
To mention a few The Penna. Baptist
ft the Southwest Conference as :
State Convention New York, G orita
b"th area undefeated In conferen- ; : LARGE INDUSTRIES MOVING THEIR PLANTS
enc play. and Florida. Mr. Rathblett w
,But for two tie games North-' and presented to coare-.'-"i of the ; TO SOUTH
JERSEY
"''" e n rf Miami had In the Big largest ehorehei!' 'In these U.'tiedt' .*, : .jJ4A1J1 .i I:ali J"-

9 South Conference, they would namely Olivet Baptist Church, Chicago
hivr ben JR59! cJnmplons !in- III.: Vermont Arena Ba"'tst : MIZPAH Is only I '10 to :0 minutes drive fo II large industries. Two additional
st'art rf Howard Blake. The Miami I : ; Million Dollar Manufacturing Plants completed lest year. An additional One
team finished' the season with I Ch.rch. WosMneton, D. C.. and Met ; Hundred Million Dollar Government. .reject| is ow i in progress and a large
200 points and a 22.00 rating for ropolltan Baptist Church, Washington. Vie RKV.* Prvildrat L. A. rDfKSTON* ta* Nattoaal number of people are already employed and many mere will be employed
rfne! BmptUt l...-cntto. after completion of project. A :large air tine terminal Is only 15 minutes drive
games played In the con- .. h
f America a4 atot from of
s: tome our property.
f.renc \vhle! Blake dosed: wi hIe' of Travelers Re t r-
ttot Cb.nbtlwta, G*. ;
) pc'nts and: 3 :?2 85 rainy for
sev-n j-mcs !in conference play. The following largest religious x 1',' Leaders from East and West Meet

FIG! *''INF, J FINAL STANDINGS and fraternal' organizations, en- 'ofAt Mr. Rathbiott's Philadelphia Office

I' 'vir i r.1"k 6 1 0 ..857orthwestern cloned Rafhbfoff and hit Devel- .

t' 6 1 2 .778 opmenf ar\d, secured plots of + ,
Maus 5 2 0 .714
Carver 5 3 0 .625 ground:
,'ones : 3 2 1 .583 I YlFal RAC y
Middleton 3 2 2 ..511D1Iard National, Baptist Convention as 's ;

/ 3 2 2 .500 of America Ine.
Poos vl'lt 3 4 0 .429
0. o. Anura
North Dade 2 3 1 .417 B.T.U. Sunday School I Congress
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Attucks 1 4 1 .250 8eer ; ;
M. Washlngon 1 4 1 .250 KJMIM
GII-bs 0 4 0 .000
Blanche Ely 0 7 0 t .000 Grand Lodge of the Elks t : ,
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RAMS TOP ST. American Legion James '

PETE 18-0 Reese Europe Post NoS. .,

Washington D.C., and Afro- y" 'e'

By WILBERT MASON Home Service League a 1 t ; Top 'ow, r..cftnq Uf to right: Rev. Raiding lift to right; Jamai L Mooro,
The Mays High Rams ended a T. S. Harts of Brooklyn N. Y.. Sr. pastor of Sharon Church Raw J. Timothy -
their '59 football season with a u vice president of the National BtM'tt Boddt. pastor of N.w SHiloh
victory- over Gibbs High of St. Convention! of America. Inc. Mr. N.RatSblott Church and Rev J.m.i A. Moor,
Petersbug Thursday night in N. RATHBLOTT, e..ar state J..t O.see AV8TIN l1lrlMBai ;, R.v. J. Raymond H.nd.rion, pastor Plaaiant Hop. Baptist Chrch
Homestead I >IUt Cb rekUi. : ptttor of the Second Baptist Church of and author of the "Moor System for
boasting an 8 won and OWNER, GUARANTEES ; Lot Anqeles, Calif, Bottom row: Rev Churchai., "
2 lost record for the 1959 season. L 6. Carr of Phil*., 'a.. treasurer of Rev. Moore showing hit ton and ton.
Coach Jimmie Anders stated, "I TO the National Baptist! Convtntt of In-law all the land he ta'at' .H for fit
only expected us to win about : Amtrlea. Inc., Mr. Rathblott't ion AI. entire family equivalent to 561 lots
five and lost five." This game PURCHASERS bent and Rv, Baitar Matth.ws. pastor
was known as the 'Turkey Day" of tho Union Baptist Church of Baltl-
game because it was played on moro, Md.
Thankg iving. N0.1 GUARANTEES That 6. will : '

The two lose were to Carver panonalty q ',nUt *alaetN I o* home ; RKV T. J. GOODALL. Pmtor Btthoiv Baptist Church Brooklyn' N Y.
High of Coccnut tftai for those who purchase "Slaht :
Northwestern Grove and Unuen." : REV. C. T. MURRAY, Postoi VcrnoM A,.... Baptist Church .f Wa....
High. The Rams liqton. D C. I
defeated, North Dade, Blanche I
Ely, Lake Shore of Belle Glade, HO. 2 GUARANTEES T..i i. Ray O O. UOOTIr REV. E. C. SMITH, Pastor Metropolitan Baptist Chuck, Washington. '
..s.r ef nrtb HU fag PtutChurvfe. D. C-
Richardson of Lake City, Attucks chaser It not satisfied with the laUetton aue..nw.e. Vft.
High, Booker T. Washington, Kt.will change to another location :. '
many
Roosevelt of West Palm Beach of equl&value, prior to Issue of deed.HO. sNea.a '.eNl..
and Glbbs of St. Petersburg. : :.::. ..... who personally/ visited/ / Mlipah and secured home .ir... 0

!The scoring didn't, start until

baioki the second Bob Cunningham quarter, when plungedover full- end. s- UARANTEEStrh: *. M end, AMAZING VALUE NEWLY RENOVATED HOME

clear of ell encumbrances and ere
the first from the TD. two Halfback yard line Cecil for Inturable. by any reputable title com With 1-2 and 3 Bedrooms $3i9 and Up-Terms i ipony.

Young ran off tackle from the l
one yard line for the second SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
TD in the third quarter. In the 90.4. GUARANTEES That uno" r"n ,
fourth quarter Cunningham mad payment as per contract a $ictal
MANY HOME SITE SEEKERS WILL
REJOICE IN
KNOWING
THAT UPON
the third and final touchdown of Warranty Deed will be delivered f."-
the game. He went over i from the tl is office to the buyer without any REQUEST OF NATIONAL LEADERS THE SPtClAL REDUCED PRICES NOW

one yard line to make the final additional deed.HO. charq. for drawing up the IN EFFECT HAVE BEEN EXTENDED.
. score 18-0 in the Rams' favor.

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Northwestern Shuts 0"
unftrttt PREVIOUS PRICES- TEPMS AS LOW AS
to
due
delayed payment
Out Booker T. 20-0 circumstances reason of :-rhlc".th. : : 52.00 DOWN and .
$150.00 NOW $ 75.00 lot
t.. month. per
purchaser Is unable to meet e : ;
The Northwestern
High Bulls : $2.00 month
per
defeated the Booker ly Installment agreed upon, by .writIng : .250 00 NOW .125 00 'lot
T. Washing: to. the male' office the. oure'tater* : per : on each lot-
ton High Tornadoes 20-0 Thurs .,111> bkn'vac' en eitenslon o1 a'ease"- : : u
ntU'rr sA u lit.'st
day night at Miami Stadium, In .M i. tl l\a to complete his or her pay. : $400.00 NOW $200.00 per lot :: "" "D .., Inu' ..fII1
the two Classic.team's annual Thanksgiving .ments., .,....................n....eeS...............................t

.Following a scoreless opening INFORMATION AND FREE BOOKLET WRITE TO
period the Bulls tallied early in FOR FURTHER :

the 2nd quarter, on a 2yd.' pass: from .
from Quarterback MacArthur FREE Trip
Pratt to Halfback Marion PVt<.\,- N. RATHQLOTT & SONS CO.
son. End Bobby Black added the Philadelphia to

point after touchdown. MlzpahARAMINGO and GIRARD AVES., PHILA. 25, PA. -
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score later In the same period 'on 1 By Appointment
another pass frcm Pratt ttf Patter- L -II. PHONE : GA. 5llOaSports
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PAGE 4 t SATURDAY MBER 5, 1959. LEGAL NOTICE FOR
.. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ADULTS FtURPTicIK.yD. H/Wit, in LltertyCtty
NAME LAW down to $7.00per :'call !'L ..190',
2-room apt.
given that the
Notice is hereby
,. r. -l4fJ- undersigned, desiring to engage wek. BUeayne' .Park;' :f.fr "mONT'-HODM ., \ _
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. r the fictitious apt. 1. FR 48904.CONSOLIDATE .
business under 3r4tave.
.t !i ; acre.n of NORTHWEST REALTYat 'NE 121st St. on West side _/.__ ",h_ ._.. __ _

number 5325 NW 29th Court, of East Coast Railroad.See '
Miami, Florida, Intends to register YOUR
.- I the said name with the Clerk Rufus Washinton ,.. BILLSNo
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 of.he Circuit Court of Dade ,
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 County, Fla.Frederick. Apt. 16 ., D12 I Balloons
L. Johnson Low Payments
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H. E. 8IQISMUND REEVES, Editor &. Sole Owner >c><><><>< .$1o00$15" Month
C. Reeves, Editor and Business Manager ;; Month
Garth Managing SLIM DOWN : $2,000 '''' $25
- -- ---- TIPPIE J $3,000'$30: Month
Member of the ,Associated Negro Press .\ HOME (CLEANING SERVICE; For ,
- Windows Screens Blinds MIAMI NATIONAL
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association kind. Phone ChristmasCall
Fiocr( waxing any MORTGAGEFR

"CREDO OF TIIB NEGRO PRKSS"TIIK ,?: NA 1-0310. NA 1.0470-OX 1.9710 3-5446 JE 2-2622
NEGRO PRESS believes<< that America can best lead the world
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man WANTED Easy Methed Schoolof Member Chamber of
regardless of race color or creed his human and legal rights. Hating Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Charm and CommerceOVERNITE
no man fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man wculd like to have rooms In private -
In the firm belief that all men ire hurt air long as anyone Is held homes gor their guest at the ReducingBEAUTY
26th National Boule, Dec. 26-30.
back. __________*___ Call OX 1-3565, NE 4-5163. D12
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EXPERIENCED operator wantedat ROOMS
6332 NW 15th ave. Sunrise
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Beauty Salon. New Duplex DOWNTOWN

I I 4 Spacious Bedrooms LOCATION
WORKSHOP CONFERENCE-SENATE jHEARINGSThis GALS AND GUYS! Earn Christ- Tile Baths
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mas cash at 2765 NW 49th St. PRIVATE PARKING
week a United States Senate Sub-Committee, Miss Johnson. D12 2 Utility Room

Pat. McNamara, senator from Michigan, chairman, has City Water
been conducting a hearing on the problems of aging citi, FOR SALEDry I 1480 N.W. 59th St. :Call FR 10653DI:

zens. Cleaning and Laundr I Use your land' B.S (a down .... .
The sessions were held on Tuesday and Wednesdayin Business gcod location, 544 Indt NW payment. Lot or home
:I4th st. After 2:30: pm.
Bayfront Park auditorium.On Baron

Monday/ W orkshdp*Conference on our aging A MONEY MAKER. Must be JE 8-1340 Open 3-5 p.m. FOR RENT

citizens was held at the Dujjopt Plaza Hotel. This qon-i sold.efficiencies Five ,room furnished.house and Can two be I : ::::_ COTTAGES1BEDROOM ,I

ference was organized by the Senior Citizens Division, I used as 4-bedrooms and 3 tile 'ir." _...;o.' -
Welfare Planning Council of Dade County and 60 pajrti- biths. Make me an offer. 1044 I UNITS
cipating organizations to establish, more community NW 64th St.FOR. I Best Buy : '\

awareness of the needs_ of the aging population of Dade! $590 DOWN Completely Furnished

County and to make reports for presentation at the hear- PARTLY FURNISHED.RENT 3-bed-I ,$79 Month APPLY
ings.
room house and 1-room apt. One mortgage payment. 2-bed- 617 N.W. 8th St.
Ye Editor took a part in workshop and can report Near bus line and school. Pbon rooms, carporte. Balance. $7,400.
that it was a worthwhile experience.At OX 6-0509. INDJ 'Ask for Mr. Richard. Open Sat. FR 1-4620
and 1 to 6 pjm
urday Sunday
the opening session, Dr. Malcolm Ross, chairmanof ROOM. 141 NW 9th St. See Miss See 5561 NW 7th court. D12
the Senior Citizens Division Welfare Planning Council Montgomery, Apt. 1. D5

presided. The Rev. Byran Walsh, director of Catholic Doll House ,
INFORMATIONFor
Welfare the Invocation and the keynote addresswas
gave Comfortable
a Clean $350 CASH
delivered by Hon. Harry P. Cain, president of the ROOM 1 Bedroom Ant.
.
United Fund and a former United States senator. In a private home .CompletelyFurnished I Kitchen Furnished

Workshop. started at 10:15. There were seven groups: Classic Downtown OuesuWelcomed Location'\ J Lower. Hot Water and

Employment, Health, Housing: Nursing; Homes, Recrea- C-Barber at 321 NW. 16th St. One mortgage ipayment. Spotless Electric Furnished
tion and .Group; work and Social Sery ces. Reports were Easy payment. Move In to.
made and discussed. *' 2-BEDROOM apts. in choice Lib- day. See 3042 NW 57th st. Ask $15.25 Week
erty City area. Refrigerator, stove for Mr. Richard.
During luncheon the Hon. Harry Cain presided, Rev. and water free. Also furnished 2345 ''N.W. 56th ST.
Fred Cole, Coral Gables Congregational Church gave the 1-bedroom apts. 844 NW 70th st. Gold Coast Realty

invocation, Ben McGahey, chairman of. the Metro Com D5 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.PL See Ask It -for If you Mr. want Jackson It call

missioners and Mayor Robert King High brought greet- FURNISHED ROOM to nice
1-2426 JE 8.7721BARKIEY'S
ings. Senator Sydney Spector, staff director of the Sen- single young man, 836: J NW 65th
ate Sub-Committee spoke in behalf of Senator Pat McNa-\ st.

chairman .,... .. ...
mara: of the Sub-Committee on Problems of FURNISHED or unfurnished apt. ---- -

the Aged, and aging, and Dr. Samuel Gertman, Prof of Large bedroom apt. All modem
Medicine\ University of Miami Medical School on "The Adults. 729 NW 55th Terr. Phone COT-RATf STORE
Aged and their'Right;to a Meaningful 'Life.' MU 10325.

Tuesday's meeting was ,presided over by. Chairman CLEAN PRIATE ROOMS. Nice 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

:McNamara when 'reports from the conference were madeto quiet neighborhood. Kitchen priv- FALL MEDINCINEDolls
ileges, telephone and a house to
the sub-committee. The committee expressed satisflac. yourself. Call NE 5-5283. ................ 3.98 to 8.98 Skillets No. 1, No. 5, No. 7
tion with the reports and some of the recommendationsmade D5 Brownie Starflash 6.95-10.95 King's Men After
for their consideration. ." Countess Mania 1.50 2.00 Shave Lotion 1.00 1.50
ONE-BEDROOM APT. Furnished. Ladles Wallets .98 1.00 Old Spice 1.00
Senator George Srriathers, unable to attend, senta Call OX 1-4514. Men's Wallets 1.39 2.50 Holster Set 2.50, 4.50
message. He is in favor of increasing the $1,200 work Men!. Cuff Links 1.25 Christmas Cards
limit for those drawing Social Security to $2,400. .. Girl's School Bags 1.00 Men Stretch Socks 69c
BRIGHTWeekly CHRISTMAS GIFTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Reports made to the sub-committee under'"the head-
ings housing, recreation, social service, income maintenance Specials We; Also Have a Lay-Away Plan
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
health and employment should be very useful to $395 DOWN
JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
the committee in preparing and making, recommendations Pay only $60 month on this .

for presentation to ,the next meeting of the Con- lovely furnished 4-room '' ....
T : ,,- . ,"hi. '_"'4 )...'
home. One mortgage. No

gress.At this session Mrs.'Patey Evans, 101 ,year "old, and closing costs. Call for ap

her two daughters, Mrs.\ Annie Butler and Marian Wash- pointment. Welcome Orange Blossom Classic I

ington, were present. The old woman wanted to know Visitors

just what was going on, hence her visit. Chairman McNa- LIBERTY CITY

mara recognized her and stated that it's the first time he Pay only $995 down on

had seen a woman lOt'years old. these lovely new 3bedroomCBS Booker T. Shoe Store

On Wednesday a Medical Panel on Social Medicinewas home Several to

held, and opportunity was given the audience for ex choose from. No closing
1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue
pressions. costa. JEZ .terms to you.
Among those attending were: Miss Olive AlexanderMrs. : .. "Run-Rite to Booker T."

Herbert Gill, Mrs. H. Dixon, representing the JamesE. OPEN SUNDAY 1 to 6 !
Scott Community Association; Mrs.\ G. Louise B'Taylor, 1946 NW :152nd Temw COME IN AND SEE OUR HIGH STYLED LINES OF i.
( ,
Mrs. Evelyn Thomas, Mrs. ,Sarah Yefcger, YWCA; Mrs. Opa Locka. See this WOMEN'S AND
'
CHILDREN'S
gorgeous SHOES !
Ann Coleman, The Friendship Garden Club! ; Mrs.\ G. home

Alice Taylor, Mrs. Arie Gary, James E. Reid, Kenneth ready to move, new in.3-bedroom Pay only, LATEST FASHIONS HIGHEST QUALITY

Williams, Eugene. Kemp, Henry Arrington, Miami Hous $795 down. EZ
ing Authority; Mrs. Hulda Frazier, Mrs, Theora Houston, term. One Ladies' Stockings ., Hand Bags '
mortgage. No i
the Links;'Daniel Lang, the Greater Miami Urban League; closing costs. Children's Cowboy Boots "",,,

Mrs. Altamese Powell, Northwestern; Mrs. Mamie Williams -. / "

BTW, and H. E. S. Reeves, publisher of the Miami I e .'ff"

Times, representing the Golden Age Club. e USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN .k; x .

The conference was a success and out of it should '
come more recognition and help for our senior citizens. .. '. Agency For Easy WalkerjShoe., :

The planning,council, participating organizations: and PL 7-8456 t-\.E.PJ in-M; .J,' Thru Thurs. i I.m. tp,8 p.m. "
other helpful citizens did a good job and deserve Friday til 9 .
com- 283 N.W. 79th St. p.m -Saturday tit 10 p.mv-Sun. tit 1 p.m.
mendation.
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beloved entertainer who kept
I everybody on a "must see" list,
Around MIamiUey'DAVE tells of a new friend in Baltimore
who is a !booking agent
named Jimmy Jchnson and whois
r
: looking for ':prlofesiional tal-
(Mr, ivtlng: ) BONDLY lt \ .1 M. ent. Chickie highly recommervis a ,
Mr. Johnson failed send
.... _I _....... -I -; n.... ,-. ,-" ..,.: 1 his address. ,Chickie but will to be here
Dec. 22 in order to make his return -
l t taob r at Club
r engagement Tropicana -
;\ .bl\l" in Nassau for eight weeks.Chiokie's .
opening date is Nas-
: ;) r street without looking sau's Christmas present . Dec. ,,L' ., :t.... ',.
'
way. Mrs. Jenkins stopped 24 til Feb. 24. ., ,

; from travelling the child within, even tho the ...jNEW. OWd iIlRS.. have.. taken I ; / "\: Y 1 1twh

: : limit 'and at a moderate over the JIM Jam Club and will -, .... ..', : I .
tn4&/aear death scene was operate with W C. Baker and his -.. < ,
: DY" E. N. Taylor and all Star Band on weekends. The .1r ,
Truly and we say that club's name will be "The Club
,
Mrs. Jenkins quick Mi" and K. C. Smith will serveas r r
and fast movement this manager . When Guitar!*t
might be dead. We should Freddie Green of the Count Basle . .
our children safety rules Crew, checked in at the hotel, "
; Girl Friday, Thcra Keel, >sid to t
Freddie, "I saw you on TV the -r
other night and it's a good thing
please get us a you ain't bald headed, cause you .
: light: : at tne corner ol NW would have been wasted." (She .'......
; street\ and 15th 'ave, Early only saw the top cf his head.) a?' ;
morning and in the late
;;
; , it Is almost impossible HERE'S A NEW TWIST, and .
across -the street.. Fifteenth maybe it's a good: one. At the
,beinj: a thorough I new Palace Nite Club, the brain:: 1 I LirifL ..
there is no need fcr city 'I are presenting Amateur Fights :
to deny us this much every Monday night. This is one
light. You, as citizens and 1 ort that can be enjoyed by all.
please call our mayor, Yes, the fights are now being
; Hiih, or the City Commis- held in the ring . and In the
; If we don't ask, we don't ring only
Hiz Honor will help us
( If we try-together. Open Loiter to Dave: I I
I i
The big noise is about 40 mil- f
SINCERE regreta that lion dollars, to build inter-state''' ?
Laughinghcuse: Is in Hia- highways. What couldn't we do
Mr. Laughinghouse with just one million cf that to
father of Miami Springs straighten out 17th avenue and !.I\\ 1t "
Course Manager, Woody the streets of Liberty City andBrownsville ttl'-. G. \ or J
I
and Is 78 years ? They are in horrible ) ',r' I( I.'
; He'La 'on the critical list condition. Nu f said.-May- '
are all hoping that he will me. :: ""
: ,
; htm speedy a card.and full recovery. ;:: I c.f7c !

I ,
0 THE finer places to
DEAL STUDIO
Phillip Hennings' Golden
: In the Sir John Hotel
I \
307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
; and Vivian Perkins'
Lounge In the Carver ..,.
Both places boast of fine We copy and enlarge pictures of : v
at reasonable prices. As your loved one at half price. k 1 T7'1r
would say, "tellem Dave 'NI b }
," I Phone FR 4-3034 I f.; n

HOME. the most


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.i'1 nISplttAlllt '

DOT'S CHOP SUEY "' l msrrcc aRran=a i

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: Best Prices in Liberty City F1

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CHINESE CHEF ,
SAM (Grand Ave. Frisco)
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I 6412 NW.15th Avenue FLEISCHMANN'SFLEISCHMANN'S





. PREFERRED-BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 65% GRAI
NEUTRAL SPIRITS FLEISCHMANN'S GIN-90 PROOF DISTILLED FROM
'VERICAN GRAIN THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORP., NEW YORK CITY
Orange Blossom Classic


phillip henning's new ATTENTIONWe

have done it again, we now have a downtown

Golden EMBERS Coin Operated



r RESTAURANT SUPER SPEEDLAUNDERETTE i

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SIR JOHN RESORT HOTEL No. 2


OPEN 24 HOURS Formerly the 4 Corners Elks Club

liciCUI CHARCOAL prepared food served in a Open for your inspection and approvaJ. And we

I newly decorated room I humbly solicit your patronage

II For the fastest, cleanest wash in town visit one of

I 1, : Under the management of Phllltp ,Hennlnge who.. ..> our. two locationa1900'
I ;
background. Includes 12 years 'with the Famous
I i: :- N.W. 6th AVENUE
Howard ,Johnson Food Chain. : I I .
L' at- .
I I -. SPECIAL 1109 N.W. 2nd AVENUE

I CHARCOAL BROILED 18-minute wash and 10 minute dry. Open 24 hours

I $ 95 a day. Both locations equipped with the number one

i' CLUB STEAK washer in the nation -Frigidaire-Saves time andmon'ey.
;,
I plenty parking space at both locations.

SALAD ROLLS .
Owned and Operated by

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PAGE 4 t\ SATURDAY, .DECEMBER< 5, 1959 LEGAL NOTICE FOR RENTFOR I (! FOR RENT

) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ADULTS I HURPTicIKi7D;;: B'' ''M in Lr:!). ty
NAME LAW down to $7.00 CJtyl: ct11- PL 1'100'; ,
l Notice is hereby given that the 2-room apt.
undersigned, desiring to engage per w:ek. BUeayne Park;'I nr "TEONfJROOM it 936 NW
fW" : .n business under the flcUtwui) 3rd.aye., apt. 1. FR 48904.CONSOLIDATE .
If side
$ name of NORTHWEST REALTYat 'NE 121st St. on West ., ,, ,
-.t a.r "
.;. ..:- "';;Z number 5325 NW 29th Court, Railroad. t.-'tJ
Florida, intends to regIster of East Coast "
Miami, I. YOUR
-- -- J the said name with the Clerkof See Rufus Washinton .... BILLS J
Office at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3.2236 the Circuit Court of Dade
Plant at 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 County, Fla.Frederick. Apt. 16 D12 No .Balloons
L. Johnson Low Payments
H. E. 8IQ13MUND REEVES, Editor '**. c.
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager Sole OwnerTIPPIE .... ,-oo .$1,000"< -- $15 Month
-. SLIM DOWN : $2,000.-$25: ". Month
Member of .the .Associated Negro Pres ,.* HOME PLANING SERVICE! For. $3,000-: $30 Month

-Member of the National Newspaper Publisher' A4ciation Windows Screens Blinds MIAMI NATIONAL
Floor( waxing any kind. PhoneNA ChristmasCall MORTGAGEFR
"CREDO OF TUB NEGRO PRESS" '" 10310. NA 1.0470 OX 1.9710
THK: NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world 3-5446 JE 2-2622
from racial and national antagonisms wlien It accords to every man WANTED Easy Methed Schoolof Member Chamber of
regardless of race, color or creed, his human and legal right Hating Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority and CommerceOVE'RNITE
no man fearing no man-the''Negro Press strives to help every man wculd like to have rooms in private Charm
In the firm belfef that all men are hurt a* long as anyone Is held homes gor their guest at the ReducingBEAUTY rt
back.: 26th National Boule, Dec. 26-30.
Call OX 1-3565, NE 45163. D12
TEMPORA MUTANTUR NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLI8

_'The Times: Are. Changed And We:. Are Changed With Them" HELP WANTED ---- ------ -
EXPERIENCED operator wantedat ROOMS
6332 NW 15th ave. Sunrise
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK
Beauty Salon. New Duplex DOWNTOWN

WORKSHOP CONFERENCE-SENATE (jHEARINGSThis -AND GUYS! Earn Christ- 4 Spacious Bedrooms LOCATION
mas cash at 2765 NW 49th St. 2 Tile Baths
week a United States Senate Sub-Committee, Miss Johnson. D12 2 Utility Rooms PRIVATE PARKING

Pat. McNamara, senator from Michigan, chairman, has City Water

been conducting:; a hearing on the problems of aging citi- FOR SALEDry 1480 N.W. 59th St. :Call FR 10653D'

zens. ? Cleaning and Laundry :
(land down
Use
a.s (a
The sessions were held on Tuesday Wednesday jusmess, ,i-cod location, 544 NW your """ ." ..1:._ .
home
in Bayfront Park auditorium' :14th st. After 2:30: pm. IndtA payment. Lot or .......

On Monday la '''Worksh .p1Conference on our aging MONEY MAKER. Must be BaronJE FOR RENT

citizens was held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. This conference sold. Five room house and two 8-1340 Open. 3-5 _p.m..
.. . ..-.. ,, --'
efficiencies, furnished. Can be -
wag organized by the Senior Citizens Division
Welfare Planning Qpuncil of Dade used as 4-bedrooms and 3 tile ., ".,.,.,, .-,.... COTTAGESlBEDROOM
County and 60 baths Make me an otter. 1044
cipating organizations to establish more PIti-1 NW 64th St.FOR. Best Buy UNITS

awareness of the needs_ of the aging population of Completely Furnished
I $590 DOWN
County 'and to make 'reports for presentation at the h ar- RENT

ings.. PARTLY FURNISHED.. 3-bed- ,$79 MonthOne APPLY

Ye Editor took a part in this.'workshop and can report Near room bus house line and and school.1-room Phon apt. rooms mortgage carporte. payment.Balance 2-bed-$7,400 617 N.W. 8th St.
that it was a worthwhile .
experience.At OX 60509.: INDI Ask for Mr. Richard. Open Saturday .
the opening session, Dr. Malcolm Ross, chairmanof and Sunday 1 to 6 (span FR 1-4620
ROOM. 141 NW 9th St. See Miss
the Senior Citizens Division See 5561 NW 7th court.
Welfare Planning Council Montgomery, Apt. 1. D! D12
presided. The Rev. Byran Walsh. director of Catholic
Welfare, gave the Invocation' and the keynote addresswas INFORMATIONFor Doll House .

delivered by Hon. ,Harry P. Cain, president of the a Clean ROOM Comfortable $350 CASHCompletely 1 Bedroom Ant.
United Fund and former
a United States senator.
In a private home
Workshop started at' 1015LThere Were seven groups: Classic Guests ',Welcomed A ..' Kitchen Furnished
Employment, Health, HousingNursing' Homes Recrea- Downtown LocationCBarber Furnished Lower. Hot Water and
tion at 321 NW 16th St. One mortgage payment. Spot Electric Furnished
and
Group ,work and Social
Sexy ces. Reports
were
less.
.... Easy payment. Move in to-
muue turn (1t. CUS8eC1. ; 2-BEDROOM, apts. in choice Lib- day. See 3042 NW 57th st. Ask $15.25 Week
During luncheon the Hon Cain erty City area. Refrigerator, stove for Mr Richard.
Harry
presided, Rev. and water free. Also furnished
Fred Cole, Coral Gables Congregational Church gave the 1-bedroom apts. 844 NW 70th st. Gold Coast 2345 'IN.W. 56th ST.
Realty
invocation, Ben McGahey, chairmlan of the Metro Com- D5:
missioners 4301 N.W. See It If you want It call
and Mayor Robert King High brought 2nd Ave.PL .
.greet- FURNISHED ROOM to nice Ask for Mr. Jackson
ings. Senator Sydney Spector, staff director of the Sen- single young man, 836 NW 65th: 1.2426 JE 8.7721BARKLEY'S
ate Sub-Committee spoke in behalf of Senator Pat McNa st.

mara, chairman of the Sub-Committee on Problems of FURNISHED -,... ........-- -....-.
the Aged' and aging, and Dr. Samuel Gertman, Prof. of or unfurnished apt. ...-
Large 'bedroom All
apt. modern
Medicine, University of Miami Medical School "The Adults 729 NW 55th Terr. Phone
Aged and their Right to a ,Mea ingful ''Life." MU 1-0325.: COT-JMTE STORE

Tuesday's meeting was presided over by. Chairman CLEAN PRIATE ROOMS. Nice 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
McNamara
when 'reports from the conference were made quiet neighborhood. Kitchen priv-
to the sub-committee. The committee expressed satisfac ileges, telephone and a house to FALL MEDINCINE

tion with the reports and some of the recommendations' yourself. Call NE :55283. Dolls ................ 3.98 to 8.98 Skillets No.1, No. 5, No. 7
made for their consideration. ,. I D5 Brownie Starflath 6.9510.95 King's Men After
Countess Martlz I 1.50 2.00 _
Shave Lotion 1.00 1.50
Senator George Smlathers, unable to attend, sent ONE-BEDROOM APT. Furnished Ladles Wallets .98 1.00 Old Spice 1.00
a message. He is in favor 'of increasing the $1,200 work Call OX 14514. Men's Wallets 1.39. 2.50 Holster Set 2.50. .' 4.50.Christmas
limit for those Merv't Cuff LinksGirl's 1.25 .
drawing Social Security to $2,400. .. School Bags 1.00 Men Cards
Stretch Socks 69c
Reports made to the sub-committee under"'the head- BRIGHTWeekly CHRISTMAS GIFTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS_

ings housing, creation, social service, income maintenance Specials We; Also Have a Lay-Away Plan

health and employment should be very useful to $395 DOWN OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

the committee in preparing, and making, recommendations Pay only $60 month on this JOHN A. McMINN Owner
for presentation to the next meeting of the Con- lovely furnished .

4room'home. .\ .,., .'- . ' .... . .
gress.At One mortgage. No > ,"" ...4. '"
this session M&Plitsy Evans, 101 .earsTold, and closing costs. Call for ap- I
her two daughters, Mrs. Annie Butler and Marlah Wash pointment.
ington, .were present. The old woman wanted to know Welcome Orange Blossom Classic I

just wnat was going on, hence ner visit Chairman McNa- \LIBERTY CITY Visitors

mara recognized her and stated that it's the first time he Pay only .$995 down
had seen a woman lOt'years old. on
On these lovely new 3-bedroom Booker T. Shoe Store
Wednesday 'a Medical Panel on Social Medicinewas CBS homes. Several

held, and opportunity was given the audience for ex choose from. No closing to

pressions. costs. EZ ,terms to 1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Among those attending were: Miss Olive Alexander you.

Mrs. Herbert Gill, Mrs. H. Dixon representing the James I "Run-Rite to Booker T." I
E. Scott Community Association; Mrs. G. Louise B'Taylor OPEN SUNDAY I to 6 ;
COME
IN
Mrs. Evelyn Thomas, Mrs. ,Sarah Yedger YWCA ; Mrs. 1946 NW 152nd (Ten-ace.,. AND SEE OUR HIGH STYLED LINES OFWOMEN'S i.
Ann Coleman Opa Lock*. See this .
The
Friendship Garden Clulb; Mrs. G. gorgeous AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
Alice Taylor, Mrs. Arie Gary, Jlames E. Reid, Kenneth home, new .3-bedroom, LATEST :
Williams, Eugene Kemp, Henry Arrington, Miami Hous- ready to move in. Pay only FASHIONS HIGHEST QUALITY

ing Authority; Mrs. Hulda Frazier, Mrs. Theora Houston $795 'down. EZ terms. One '. Ladies'
the Links; Daniel Lang, the Greater Miami Urban League mortgage. No, closing costs. Stockings -, Hand Bags \

Mrs. Altamese Powell, Northwestern; Mrs. Mamie Wil; Children's Cowboy. Boots :!% '::

Hams, BTW, and' H. E. S. Reeves, publisher of the Miami 0 ',

Times, representing the Golden Age Club. 0 .. ..'

The conference was a success and out of it should USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN :S' .

come more recognition and help for our senior citizens. .. Agency For .E .WalkerjShoes. .. .1...... .
The' planning council, participating organizations and asy . .
other helpful citizens did a good job and deserve PL 7-8456 1a <*.. SEn<:Mtp' Thru Thu'r*. 8 1.m. to,8 p.m. J. '. j
com-
mendation. 283 N.W. 79th St. Friday tll 9 p.m,-Saturday til 10 p.m--Uun.; tit| 1 p.m.

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beloved entertainer who kept
everybody on a "must see" list, .
tells of a new friend In Baltimore -
Around Miami who is a 'booking agent

named Jimmy Jchnson, and whois
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for fes3J..onal talent
looking
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7 :pl .,.
By'DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDl_ t-I Chickie highly reoomme s .I
Mr. Johnson but failed send
to "
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II ,I ,! n ,. ,:.:".' his I address. Chickie will be here ." ;1 .
Dec 22 in order to make his return ; r:
THE ORANQfi Blossom Classic' ) ,
I uh '..0r engagement at Club Tropicana :
there, and it'4Arrjyfll1i 1 4] w?i in Nassau for eight weeks.Chiokle's .
,bs' "
deceived with the same feeling ac i ..
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Nas-
date is
Christmas or''Ne'J" Year i ci I opening
% acrcssMbi.-fstxeet sau's Christmas Dec. ,
without looking present .! .:
even the arrival-Jot a new ba'b' '
Cither way. Mrs. Jenkins stopped 24 til Feb. 24. -1 .
Everybodywill ,be havinj!; inches from the child, even tho
the time o.f'their lives, meetinjneA1 she was travelling within the ...jNEW.. OWJJERS.. have.. taken "
friends andslapping th .iIpped''lbnit' and at a moderate over the JIM Jam Club and will .. "'.
backs of the old, ones.cHeap mucj /near death' scene was operate with W. C. Baker and his
tad will be consumed as well a* witness' by" E. N. Taylor and all Star Band on weekends. The ,., ','

the Joy Juice. You'll see familar Yours Truly and we say that club's name will be "The Club .
faces like Dr. I/P.1: Davis:Dr. CL. without Mrs. Jenkins quick Mi" and K. C. Smith will serve
W. Hawkins, Clyde .Kiltens, Atty, thinking and fast movement this as manager . When Guitar!" .
henry Arrington, the Hadley child might be dead. 'We should Freddie Green of the Count Basie
Brothers, Fatner Gibson, Ed teach our children safety rules Crew, checked in at the hotel,
Cock, King Coleman, Butter Ball. first....' Girl Friday, Thcra Keel, Mid to h
Jenny Carmichael, Walter Den- Freddie, "I saw you on TV the
n's! and hundreds of .others who .. other night and it's a good thing
really "come out" for the classic. SOMEBODY please get us a you ain't bald headed, cause you r
Then the out -f towners like Miss trofLc: l.ght: at tne ccrner' of NW would have been wasted." (She ; .' ,". ,
Kendrix of Coco Cola; Herb 62nd street and 15th 'ave Earlyin only saw the top cf his head.) .
Gaines of Budweiser;; Bill Nunn tne morning and in the late
ot the Courier; Ken Knight of afternoon, it is almost impossibleto HERE'S A NEW TWIST, and I f Etta rt
Jacksonville' DJ's, Marion Jack- get across "the street. Fifteenth maybe it's a good:: one. At the *; t S.
son .ii the Atlanta Daily World avenue .been; a' thoroughfare I new Palace Nite Club, the brainsare : .1
New.l aper, Herb Douglas of there Is no need fr city I I presenting Amateur Fights
Pabst, and those big time sports engineers to deny us this much every Monday ni='ht. This is one
from Orlando. As usual our needed light. You, as citizens and 1 ort that can be enjoyed by all
thanks goes out to FAMU presi- car owners, please call our mayor, Yes, the fights are now being
dent, George W. Gore; Vice President Robert Hiih, or the City Commissioners held in the ring . and in the
J. R. E. Lee Jr.; Dr. W P. If we don't ask, we don't ring cnly.
Foster, H. R. Partridge, C, J. get. Maybe Hiz Honor will help us
(Chuck) Smith, Coach Jake on this if we try-together: Open Letter to Dave: I
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Gaither, the OBC Committee The big noise is about 40 million ,
all o'hers connected who make OUR SINCERE regrets that dollars to build inter-state'' : : '
this annual affair a most wonderful Grover Laughinghouse is in Hia- highways. What couldn't we do
weekend in Miami. Fromme leah Hospital. Mr. Laughinghouse with just one million cf that to '
to you . Happy Orange ij the father of Miami Sprints straighten out 17th avenue and !1,1 'I\' \ '
Blossom Classic. i| Golf Course Manager, Woody the streets of Liberty City and !IJ/I: :I G. 1 of"
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I Laughmhouse, and is 78 years Brownsville? They are in horrible ,) .! I I '
The theme of the Classic this yoUng; He 'Is on the critical:! list, condition. Nut! said.-May- J :
year will be a doozie. For the but we are all hoping that he will me. : :,:, ,: / I\
pre-game show, the William Tell have a speedy and full recovery. rni I
Overture, presenting ;the Bowlegged Send him a card. ,Ill t \ t G oort" L'I.

Cowboy 'plus a cha cha I '
to the tune of "Patricia" and TWO 0 THE finer places to DEAL STUDIO
some real surprises. There will eat are Phillip Hennings' Golden
be the 20th Century Space :Show, Embers in the Sir John Hotel I I II I
fireworks with a rocket; a satel- and Clarence and Vivian Perkins' 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.

lite, shooting star, sun burst . Celebrity Lounge' in the Carver
but I'm letting the cat out of the Hotel. Both places boast of fine Wo copy and enlarge picture of

bag. I can't tell all, cause then food at reasonable prices. As your loved one at half price.
you wouldn't be surprised, so get Grcucho would say, "tellem Dave rp
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your ticket' 'ar 3coon as* possibleand sent cha." ma
I I Phone FR 4.3034 :: tr q t i
enjoy a line show and ball
game. Roy Campanula and the CHICKIE.. HORNE.. the most :
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Fultz Quads will be 4 E _' .
the centerof I 02 3k i f Sy .a Ly
attraction, ;which will be a 4Lr'
great moment for everybody.You'll ,
see history being'' made. LOOK! LOOK!

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.;PRETTY GIRL of The Week: DOT'S CHOP SUEY
DeLores Grayson . Pretty Boyof 'IId' ' arsrrurDD1tYOlN
The Week: Dr. Albert T. Ed-
wards . . Policeman of The Beat Price in Liberty City
Week: John Collier '. Secretary
Qf The Week: Mlllicent Wilson . CHINESE CHEF

Best TV Show of The Week: SAM (Grand Ave. Frisco) k 4 :,

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6412 NW.15th Avenue
THE QUICK FOOT and fart
thinking of a woman saved the -
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kins of 925 NW 68th st. was going -
south on 15th ave. near 61st
st. when a small girl dartedEVERYONE'S'
Welcome . PREFERRED-BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 65% GRAI
NEUTRAL SPIRITS FLEISCHMANN'S GIN-90 PROOF DISTILLED FROM

'MERICAN GRAIN THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORP., NEW YORK CITY
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phillip henning'ft new ATTENTIONWe

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4 Av OPEN 24 HOURS I Formerly the 4 Corners Elks Club

Delicious CHARCOAL prepared food served in a
a Open for your inspection and approvaJ. And we

newly decorated room humbly solicit your patronage

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srRU NCTIo Under the management of .Phillip Manning whoa our two location
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O340 N.W. 27th Av. $ 95 day. Both locations equipped with the number one

at N.W. 62nd 91 CLUB STEAK washer in the nation-FrigidaireSaves time andmon'ey.

(rirtlnf ATM.!XteMM Mark* Plenty parking space at both locations. \

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MIAMI TIMES-.'" he Peoples' Newspaper"I I HARDEE TO

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959 : RECEIVE MIAMI DRESSESTO ,

TIMES TROPHY
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Leroy Hardee, a W)8: All- STORES, PEDDLERS AND INDIVIDUALS
America halfback selection for t i Big Assortment of Wearing Apparel at all Times
the Florida A and M University Thousands of beautiful NEW Dresses
Rattlers will reoeive The Miami
9 t Times "mcst valuable '58 Or- '
ange Blossom Classic FAMU $laOOtO$5a00VALUES
player: award," during the halftime -
of the 27th annual Classic TO $35.00

this Saturday night in the Orange Men's Suits Value to $50 .,.......... ......... ........ $7.50
Bcwl Stadium. I Chil wren Dresses .... . ........................ ............ $1.00
4 !h
i by The Garth presentation C. Reeves will, Times be manaAing made- Boys Suits. Value to $25 ............................ ..r. $5.00
4 Editor. APPAREL WHOLESALERS
Hardee, who drafted the
was by
___i__ Green Bay Packers, of the National 127 N.W. 2nd St. (Take elevator to 2nd floor)
k Fcotball League last No- Phone FR 7.2943 FASHION MART BUILDING
dr vember, was selected for the honor
by sports writers covering the I
'58 game. ,He is currently teach- Our Claaaified Columns t Fast Result
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Mrs. Nelson W Pinder of Or- Church of Orlando.
lando, the former Marian Eliza- The Rev. and Mrs. Nelson W. . .
beth Grant of Jacksonville, and Pinder are residing at 115 South. r-lt
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who was united in holy matri- Terry St., Orlando. x' ':n;
mony to Rev. Nelson W. Pinder, I
at St. Phillips Episcopal) Church Out-of-town guests present M Formerly the Jim Jam" 1:1
recently, was a pleasant visitor were Father Hall of Daytona; Mr ::
in Miami. The recently wed bride and Mrs. Oral Allen, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Johnson and daughter. -
was visiting relatives and friends m
Johnnie Adderly and LinonaJRickley ) n

of At Rev.the Pinder.wedding ceremony at St. Devie McClellan, all of Opa of Ft.Locka Lauder-; Mr x t'BPi,:':. 1900 N W 75th Street t m w

Phillips, Orlando, the Rt. Rev dale; Hubert Shaw, Mrs. Grant, W ::!
Henry I. Louttit, bishcp of South Mrs. L. Butler of Miami; Prof.
Florida, presided and gave the Richard Murry of St, Augustine.
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Episcopal blessings to the newly. n
weds. The Rev. T. Vincent Harris n3
,priest of St. Phillips, celebrated I fj':: Now Open for Your Pleasure m

which followed the choral the nuptial ceremony.mass LOTS FOR SALE n::i=

The high altar of St. Phillips
was adorned with white flowers Corner 110 x 110 ....____.___.... n
and greenery and palms were Build on your lot :m
placed on both sides I
or mine
Oral P. Allen cf Opa ocka was
best man. Ushers were Charles We take care of financingNO
Adderly, Thomas O. Johnson, i:: DANCE EVERY WEEKEND :1.
William Pinder and Crandell Mc- MONEY DOWN mH= ::
Lecd. They were attired in semi-
formal suits. Theodore Taylor, Cash paid for your lots or ,' .lta':
the ring bearer, wore a white suit. homeSEYMOUR M MUSIC BY n
Miss Madelyn Jones was maid
of honor and Jcyce Taylor and N
Constance Fisher were bridesmaids BARON "3 3It
Thev wore -becoming JE 8.1340 N
gowns of silk organza over taffeta ;lt; W C BAKER H
made with a shirred bodice Licensed and Insured Builder H
that featured a wide satin Inset .
and fatterinu bow. The flower Its W
'r1s were Sharon Fisher and
Pamela Brazer. They were dress ::
ed in white organza over taffeta. :
The bride, who was given in-- EVERYONE'SBUZZING gilts & His All Stars m
marriage by her uncle, William| "u" Y zltlt@
Taylor, was beautiful in a white ABOUT
gown( of {imported chantilly lace n

sheerest in rose tulle medallion and net design, worn over and THE 5 POINT H ...._.____.... alts 1Pr
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1 avers of starched net and "I W ;
D taffeta!' Her moulded bodiceof PLAN !* m
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lace featured a square neck-
'"ne outlined in lace scalloped n Featuring"
edge in tulle. The long lace
sleeves tapered to points over h.er .caArr no

wrist+ lace and covered were fastened buttons. by Her roWsref voluminous ,yy 1:1::

net and lace taffeta skirt, was over enhanced layersof r'V Song Stylist Little Clara lay iiii.

by cascading tiers of scalloped r'i rlt".
lace that formH! n circular! ch-,Mel l ...,,-: Io"
train She carried a white Book e.s, .K. C. SMITH, MANAGER ""2
rf Common Prayers, covered with :.4'..:. '''II,
a white orchid. ..U.
The bride's mother wore ana + M CLUB MI IS OFFERING ITS BALLROOM TO ALL ORGANIZATIONS alts2t
'!pIe green l 1l1ce sheath dress rtUcrtoiI
over taffeta with matching ac- FOR MEETNGS, DANCED BANQUETS, ETC. '"!i
ssories. The groom's mother, n \ LII r
Mrs. Coleen Pinder, were a mint : ;
green dress of lace and white ac- MAKE SURE $: Call K. C. Smith FR 4-3463 ,or PL 1.9417 I;
cessories.. Both corsages were orchids .lt.0;:.
TO SEE THE
The bride is the daughter of H ?
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Christine Taylor Grant. She is a 1 lt
eMS N.W. ftTth Av. ;
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school and BethuneCookmanCollege at N.W. 02nd St.f Etin COMING SOON ? '' "Itylt
,' Daytona Beach. ( .rfclf. ATM sf f SttvtM MwtoO 1 n
The groom is a native of Miami i i
and is a graduate of Dorsev High ,,; t3t
and Betune-Cookrnan College. ::1!. The Chickie Home
Last for May the he priesthood com leted at his Nasho-studies Revue i;:;

tah House Seminary, Nashota,
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Y's Men's Club THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"

Promotes Christmas I SATURDAY DECEMBER 5, 1959 PAGE 7

Tree Sale

Ciuisjtus is celebrated in all
A Cm.sUdn countries as the b.rtn-

: : ,.-./ oi Ui.r.si. Tne name Caris.m. .-
s comp from the early English
tum \....risces Alaa.: *: wnich means H
ChrIs 's Mass. It is used only in
s. l.ng! .&h-speaki11l" countries In
mat .f Luroi.e; the day is known
as C41f.s. ? Birthday." Scandinavian -
countries! still use the pa- .
"an name, "Yule Day," and Germans 1 '
and Switzerland, observe
'lIo !y Night." The date for
,, Lh.islmas in most .ands is Do:.
t 4 t 25. It is marked: by religious ser-
v.ces, by the excnangs of gifts,
: merry making, Icastinj, visiting st 1Ill.
I I with relatives and friends to ex- Q
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mange Cnrisiinas gicetings. Wh'".
I' cou.a ;hank; of Christmas without .... wq,

mss Trw adds much to the Yule- .?.-.,.......rr ,wn,,, +
,.e Cnrisicmas Tree? The Christ- -t
t.di: atmosphere( in' the home, S
r c. urch and other public gather-
ings where people may come to-
3<.uiei to converse and fellow-
s iip tOl.ether in the spirit so typ-
cal of the birthday of the Great
One whih: we all celebrate .n S
d'A't +ak tills day Without the Christmas:
Tree and Santa Claus, the day i
wculd lose much of its meaning
1 AY
.0 families

This year, the Y's Men's Club
of the Carver Branch Young
I Men's Christian Association is
I' selling Christmas trees. Having J/ \

i uca a nr1.tlan( origin, they are ,,,
jure that this project will be a i
successful one. "Help Thousand:
j* YOUth to Grow up Healthy

and Hap..y" by purchasing a In Gift Whiskey. .
Cnnstmas Tree from one of the
Y's Men tcday. You may visit or
call the Branch and 'place your: FLEISCHMAHtrSis
4 order with the office secretary m
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1 J77U NW 15th ave., phone OX
60231. the BIG buy!

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sixth annual two days -
clinic of Broward County Negro 3rd ave.
Beauticians Association, chapter The Design That Community Drug Store, 675(
14, surpassed former NW 15th ave.MidWay 9OPROOFiswhyj!
with the largest attendance years ever. Gives The Answer Park Drug S tor q
2206 NW 62nd St.,
The clinic /was held at the New
Beauticians Center and the mem- To True 'Love Opa Locka: Magnolia Sundries, f
Service Road and 22nd ave.
bers were highly praised by J.
To our visitors and friends: Mlller'b!>> Sundry, 14925 NW
Bold! of Miami for being the first
22nd ave.Bunche. 80% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 4 4I
group of Negro or white to own a On sale at the following storesis Parks Pharmacy, 2280
THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY I IIT'S
home in the state of Florida.
stationery called "DesignedTrue Ii
Bunche Park West Drive. I
Mr. Baldi of the i
was one guest Lye:< Stationery. It Is registered -
artists aloe; with Vernlce of and patented, at the U. S.
Hollywood. Mrs. Willie M. Ceasorof Patent office and carries a deeper -
Ceasor's Institute, Mr. D. A. meaning for true love than.:
Julius, Mrs. Dorothy Brown, instructor -
any designed stationery in tne '
School and cf Mrs.Sunlight MoWhite Beauty of the world.It HERE THE GAME OF THE YEAR

McWhite Beauty School of Fort is new and includes a poemon
Lauderdale.The a soparate card to correspond
clinic was climaxed witha This design is guaranteed to SATURDAY NIGHT 8 P.M. ORANGE BOWL
ifashlon and coiffeur show thrill or consolate anyone you
Mrs. Florence M. All of Pompano write, and it heaps: ycu when you
Beach walked off with two first can't find thoughts to write.It .
,?Tize trophies One for the annual IiiL-r
is no Aon sale at the following
created Hair Stylist of 1950 stores:
of Broward and the first
County r
Peajes: Drugs, 1033 NW 2nd e
place in te competitive group. op0
Mrs. Olga Cooper of Hallandaletook ave.Barkley's I
seccnd prize. The third prize Cut Rate Sundry,
went to Mrs. Essie Mae Blue of 1231;) NW 3rd ave. ri- 27TH ANNUAL
Pompano; Mrs. Ruth Gerrido was )Leon! awarded the trophy for being on 3rd ave.
time and the equipped kit. Eddie's Drug Store, 801 NW :

Left to right, sitting Mrs Olga --.---- -- -... ORANE
Corner rf Hallandale ,won second
prize; of the competitive group; I lY ",'" " _
Mrs. Florence All Standing: Mrs. :
rido.Essie! Mae Blue, Mrs. 'Ruth Ger- I t;. EVERYONE'S :3 .L.T'V



Beauticians Unit BUZZING ABOUT
; 'LUSI CLASSIC

Says Thanks I ; THE 5 POINT the > ,

The Miami Beauticians Unit I Mirchlngest*
No. 7 wishes to thank our many l> PLAN fliylngest 7
friends for helping to make Fall Bind in the LindlSoHi.A&M'i ; FljORfDft I A I &MUniversity: vs.
Coiffeur Revue a successful affair P"
In spite of the cold weather.We 'CRAPt y I IO Ier't Is
are indeed grateful. Thanks 132 pece! marching bind| J PRAIRIE

to ,the many shops who partici presenting twospecticulir I j '
pated.: First, scond and third shows- ,
I prize trophies were awarded. Our pre-gimt and halftime VIEW AIM
, special thanks to Mrs. Pauline -
Dunn pianist, Mrs D. A. Julius
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S.t Th. Plantation of tht
cornnvntator: and Mesdames Ann 5-' '
"MOST COURAGEOUS ATHLETE AWARD" +
L'ndsey, Maggie Henderson and
W. M. Ceasor, judges. UWYCAMfANELLAly
U is our sincere desire to bring T T FLORIDA AIM UNIVERSITY
you each year a better face coiff o ".r .
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ur revue and hope it will bs cTtot
ere of the outstanding social I Highlight of the Season
evens of the season Now!
Choice Seats
Mrs. Marion Muldrow, Pres. 1 many Outstanding Events! !
Mrs. Allene Scott, chairman MAKE SURE

TO SEE THE Reserved Seats $2.00 and $3.00 '

YVMen'a Club MODEL HOME Tax included .

CHRISTMAS TREE SALES .
0340 N.W. 27th Av. 0 North Travel Bureau Mary Elizabeth Hotel ..
Helps YOUth I at N.W. O2nd Ot.rartlni 1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue 642 N.W. 2nd Avenue

MAKE DEPOSIT TODAY I t ( Ant.(tUnas fcUrtrt I

Call OX 6-0231 0 Community Drug Store Grand ''Drugs

> 6750 N.W. 15th Avenue 3640 Grand AvenueThe

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--- I SATURDAY,..DECEMBER. 5, 1959 PAGE. ::9.
Hold Revival Here .,

LI a I T Y Bishop w. J. Davis of Philadelphia. UpholsteryWe
\ Pas and ,Rev. A. E. Davis Foftfs.ALE cover all type of furnitureat
DA 7"1. &,Chicago, 111., will. conduct a a reasonable price. Sunbright
17959NW Ave & 10. night meetinj' at Greater Upholstering Work 1449 NW 3rd
: 22nd. 69tfl St.
:; Israel Bethel Primitive .Baptist 'Summons I ave., phone FR 71239. D5
.Ohurch, 160 NW 18th, st, Rev, By s

fRIDAY; .S ;.u qAtJIP XF ,PD. BranUe pastor.'* f; S&.*. Rear'\fI-\' Estate_ .Broker
:* J The meeting will begin 'Sunday IN COCONUT GROVE CLYDE KILLENS
i morning, Dec. 6 and...Jast through Frame 2ibedroom home, $6- Proudly Presents
-=-. tlJT /" - De be discussed. Among them "TJie 3790 Oak Avet
I < Eafle Stirreth Her Nest," "Dry
T Bones in the Valley," and many Frame 3-rddms d bath large
l HAN 1tR J others. lot, $5,800 >500 does 3m Trow
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( \tP Admission is free and the pub- A"f' ,I," i JOHNNYI.
fESS MCflIEPARKER' : ; lic is invited to hear this great .
VACANT LOTS
P MADRE'( : father-son team that has traveled Desirable--lot, 50x123 on Thomas
thrcughout the United States. ave. and Margret St. $3,000
pM.LyLRAN .HENRY SILVA MEInN IRAMI.VISIAVISIONNens 'tLCHNICOIOR I cash or terms. '-,.
b uuw. 1nIk_ph I PlIrIOCl Ur.nHtII and U tiuK*1 Lot on Florida ave. and Brooker
Have You a Sensational Singer and

THE RAID THAT RIPPED THE "CRIMECONVENTION" Drinking Problem? FOR 3 rooms RENT>'and I IN LIBERTY bath, 1832 CITY NW former Leader of The -

IN "APPLE LAKEfWlr Call OX 11278SOtaOHfflSBOHBKBtfBI 70th st. Only.$16 per week DRIFTERSat

; ; ; 2-bedroom apt. 2151 NW 55th St. theFiesta .
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1728 NW 3rd court
BUNCHE FOR THESE SPECIALS
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hotels, restaurants, theatres and >'
Racial Religious 1 1I
recreation areas. Five of the Electrical Contractor

Discrimination states have fair education laws; HOUSEWIRING"Don't
eight have fair housing statutes.
Outlawed in Two states --Jndiana and t. cuss, Call us"
Kansas have enh:ted "volun-
S 16 States tary" anti-bias' legislation broadly PHONE OX 1.3625

t ENFORCEABLE ANTI-BIAS employment condemning, but discrimination without enforcement in- Night or Day
LAWS COVER OVER HALFOF procedures other than d Si 4 d t

'ALL U.S. CITIZENSFor establishing state agencies to at- I

the first tLme In United torn,.,t to bring about voluntary
States History the majority oi compliance, it was said.

Americans live in states with enforceable anti-discrimination agencies were BLESSINGSJOHN

laws barring racial and Noting that the first two state STARR
religious discrimination: the established in 1945 by New York
American Jewish Congress reported and New Jersey, the American 1 to 3 DAY BLESSING
yesterday (Thursday, Nov. Jewish Congress report pointedout ,$25.00OTHER
26)). that the administrative procedures -
In a 26-&age! report preparedby adopted' by these two BLESSINGS
its Commission on Law and agencies have been followed by L wtt $5.00 to $20.00
Social Action, the ,Congress said
virtually all other state agencies.
P-O.'tBox:11922
16 states have established special-
I Committee would be most grateful -
; ized agencies empowered to ad Generally, it was explained, tho I HOSPITAL I for others to follow the lead 'Cleveland '6, '''Ohio
minister sand enforce laws Qprohob- law specifies certain prohibitedacts LANDSCAPINGGETS cf the Gulf Life In enhancing the
iting discrimination based on race, as "unfair" or' "unlawful" surroundings of our new Christian -, 8W ''19600BLESSINGS
religion and national origin. Two practices. A ,person' claiming he I SEND-OFF Memorial HOsPital.-John- "
other states have created anti- of the You are never helped
!. is aggrieved 'by a violation son photo.
discrimination agencies without I law may complain to the state FROM GULF LIFE I I Unless You 'Try
enforcement powers. which then conducts an 'D12SOOTffV'S
agency, INSURANCE CO.Mrs. ,
Advertise !
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The 16 states with enforceable investigation. If the complaint I Pays
anti-bias be Justified, the state
laws had 50.32 percent'of appears to T. Bayles Houston, former I
the country's total population,] agency attempts to settle the administrator of Christian Memo-
according to the census bureau's matter by conciliation. If that rial Hospital, is shown receivinga
1958 estimate. fails formal hearing is held TV
population Rest-1 I a check from C. A. Campbell,
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dents of these states comprise and the agency issues a decision manager of the Gulf Life Insur-
23.59 cl the total either dismissing the complaintor ,
percent ) Negro
has been
ance Co. The check earmarked ESTIMATE ON ANY
population of the U. S., 59.25 per,I directing the guilty party to I for the beautification of FREE REPAIR
cent of "other non-whites" and comply with a detailed order. the grounds iof the recently com- Radio TV Phono into shop
82.29 per .cent of the total estimated The state agency's order can then pleted hospital. or brought our
Jewish population, the be reviewed by a state court, Mr. \ in the
Campbell, making 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.1589
dismiss the
noted. either
which
study may presentation, stated that, "it is
States that have enacted anti- case or require compliance. Violation the result of the conscientious effort More than 25 years of reliable service
discrimination statutes with provisions of the order may then be of the entire agency force
for enforcement are punished as contempt of court. along with the company to makea
Alaska, California, Colorado, worthwhile contribution to this
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Mich- "
worthy cause.
igan, Minnesota, New Jersey,I t MAKE BIG MONEY! very V. E. Poole, an agent for Gulf RADIO DISPATCHED
New Mexico, New York, Ohio,I
Life, and Mrs. M. Athalie Range,
Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode AGENTS WANTEDto a member of the Landscaping Magic City Cabs
Island, Washington and Wisconsin. sellJAMAICA Committee, also shown were both
All have laws prohibiting instrumental in obtaining the
discrimination In employment SAM'SLUCKY contribution 24-HOUR SERVICEALSO
eight of these states also authorizethe PRODUCTS Gulf Life Insurance Co., along
state anti-bias agency to pre- Call OX 1.1541 with its many fine services ren- SERVING LIBERTY CITY, BROWN SUB AND
vent discrimination in places of i dered the public in the offeringof COCONUT GROVE AREAS
public accommodation such as varied types of life, educa-

tional, salary replacement, hospitalization ) Phones: FR 3.0539 and FR 3.7004
and endowment poli-
cies, is to be commended for its 314 N.W. 16th Terrace Miami Fla.
Holsum Workers Gety rarticlpation in this great com- ,
munity need. The Beautification,
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$3,715. in Bonuses For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call


Christmas bonuses totaling cently reached the age of 65. '
$3,715 will be handed Holsum When asked if she had any request ONDED COLLECTION
Bakers employees at 5 p.m. today she expressed a desire to
(Sat., Dec. 5)) at Dinner Key rejoin her fellow workers at tha
Auditorium when they will be Holsum Christmas !party. Presi-
guests of President Jodean Cashat dent Cash extended her a stand-
the bakery's annual holiday ing invitation to attend every

dinner party. Christmas. AGENCY Inc.

Attending will Under 'provisions of Holsum'splan
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be more than fOr its employees, Mrs. Mo- ,
150 persons, including zolle needs no longer work but 'J: !
72 em- will !be assured of monthly .benefit J
{ployees, each oj checks during' the remainderof "Courteous and efficient service is the "
whom may her life. M, ; S
bring a guest, j
and Holsum Co. J Now enjoying the leisure dUI watchword atBONDED Z
officials. : senior citizens, Mrs. Mozelle resides \
President Cash with her daughter but COLLECTION AGENCY \
said plans fot makes visits to relatives in :
the dinner and northern Florida and Georgia. She k \
party program MRS. MOZELLEare recalls how, during severe hur- The Boss demands it for all clients and R'' :\
being made ,by a committee ricanes of many yeans past, she
headed by George Harden, 14700 and other employees brought their tenants. Working here is a pleasure." tI i
Polk St. and Wilmer Lloyd, 14115 families to the Holsu/m/ plant for
Jefferson St., both of Richmond protection from the storms. I kl r' ia. rri .. / ..

Heights. The program will include ,The Holsum dinner Is being Mr. George AMOS GEORGE '
Christmas music by a church, held at 5 pan to permit employesto Chief Custodian
choir and other entertainment.The .
attend the Orange Blossom
Holsum dinner party is an Classic Saturday evening in the MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

event staged each' year by the Orange Bowl when Florida A&M 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
baking company in appreciationof will compete for the national
its company members, Presi- Negro football championship BROWARD COUNTIES .
dent Cash said. The bonus total against Prairie View College of
of $3,715 this year is larger than Texas.
during any ,previous year.A -,. -
WATCHTFOR
special guast at the dinner
will !be Mrs. Sarah Mozelle, 6333
SW 59th 'place South Miami, STYLE 0 RAMA a
first 'company employee to retire r CY, INC.
under HoLsum's ,pension plan. Holmes
Mrs. Mozelle had completed 17 Elementary PTA
years 'with Holsum when she re-
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The above picture shows the 103 graduates of the Why not give yourself or your loved one a real
1959 graduating class of the Sunlight School of Beauty Christmas gift that will last forever. Enroll at Sunlight
Culture, 1011 NW Second Avenue. Beauty School. For further information call FRanklin
4-9998.
This group has successfully completed courses in The o
management has also announced aSp e cia i 1 + .
facials, dyeing, pedicuring, singeing, haircutting, steriliz- Course in Hair Weaving (on the head). A certificate will rRUCrION 'o
ing, shampooing, anatomy, hygiene, waving, hair styling be awarded on completion of the course. No commissions
and others. They will venture forth on the road to suc- due after payment for course. Why not start now and be
cess in their chosen profession of beauty culture. first in line with the others
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Amateur MODEL HOME
Boxing FOR BETTER FOOD TO EAT, WITH THE BEST
C345 N.W. 27th Av..
OF SERVICE-VISIT
at N.W 2nd Ot.Pirklnt .

Opens at PalaceThe TUCKER'S RESTAURANTIN FAMOUS 1 ( Ann of SUnni Mtrttt)


Palace, Miami's most recent evening's card. In the first main I
renovated night club, located bout,, a 4-rounder, Bobby "Tiger"I) OPA LOCKA
at 1720 NW 70th st. Monday Allen, 135, of St. Thomas, Virgin'I
night began a series cf weekly Islands and Eddie "Sugar Boy"j!
amateur contests which should goa Ludlow, 132, of Miami, battled to 2336 Ali Baba Ave. III
long way toward reviving the a good draw. And in the second,I! 1,1
boxing game in the Miami Negro ,main bout, Joe Lawler, 159, of Hardwick L. Tucker, Owner and Operator
areas The management of the the Bronx, N.Y. won a 2 to 1
Palace announced that an all star deciskn over Jack Sinatra, 154, Join The NAACPHTtTIIU
semi-pro boxing show will beheld of New York.
I '/ HTtTIIU HUl TnTrTrrfnTtt' TiTT""UH Wilt TTTT'"' 7TTT 7TT1 TCTT THiT"71
each Monday night at 8:30: j 1ii1I111\-lSV"-'lUm''J\
at the popular epot. II I II I James "Dynamite" Kinnon ref- =
The lights are sponsored under ereed all but the final bout, which
the supervision of the Miami was handled by Hymle Budow. E iJ
Boxing Commissicn, Chuck Geiger Elliott J. Pieze was the announcer Ei.
chairman. for the evening.
I 1 1h
!Monday night's show includeda Another all star boxing show
total of eight bouts six three will fee presented at the Palace CARVER DINING ROOM
rounders and two four-rounders,I next Monday, Dec. 7 at 8:30: p.m.
all of which thrilled a most appreciative ., I '
audience. I h
bouts The were results as of follows Monday: night's Properly OwnersWould In The Celebrity Lounge-899 N.W. 3rd Ave. !(

Willie James, 147, of Green-
ville, Fla., won a unanimous decision SERVING
like to have all
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144, of Fargo, Ga. in the opening your bill combined into one
3-rounder. mall payment, and still Delicious Home-Cooked Meals
John Mcrgan, 140, Ft. Valley, have some money left? If
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in the second 3rounder.In MIamt you at a time like this, let Featuring Chinese-American Cuisine
an interracial bout, Junior me get it for you.
Alameda, 134 cf Miami scored a'': Today i i. not a day too soon
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Sunny "Beat Nick" Tellechea CHICKEN STEAKS CHOPS
163, scored a TKO ever Allen FIRST AND SECOND
Johnson, 169, Miami at the beginning MORTGAGESAVAILABLE ALWAYS TENDER AND TASTY
of the third round of another -,
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And Pancho Tellechea, 155,
Miami, scored a TKO over Tulie H. DAVISMORTGAGE Cocktail before dinner and your favorite beverages after dinner ,:'
Sawyer, 154, at the beginning of
the third round of their 8-round BROKER Our price are the mot sensible in town
bout.A.
sensational battle royal in Phone FR 9-8531 CLARENCE and VIVIAN PERKINS, PROPS. !
which all of the fighters were
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sixth round. t__ D
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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn --:- ---------:-

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, DECEMBER p, 1959 family cf the late, loving memory of our dear
MOTHER ANNIE REED mother and grandmother ,
who expired Nov. 13 and was laid MAUD E. MARTIN NEW HOMES
to rest on Nov. 21, wish to extend who departed this life on Dec. 4, .
I CARDSAAENlORIALSCARD our tEPaks and appreciation: to. 1942. .
all these who expressed their "May her soul and the souls of W

sympathy by acts of kindness, all the faithful departed, by the FOR SALE
cards, floral tributes and tele- mercy of God, rest in peace."
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM grams. Special thanks to Rev. H. Amen ,:y
C. Samuels'and congregation of The Family

family of the late Mrs. MRS. ELIZA JANE RAHMMG New Hope P. B Church and the and (family ./ "In Coconut Groe
Etta. Robinson wishes to thank who died November 29, 1957. entire staff of Richardson Mor- :

the very many friends and Gone but not forgotten.We tuary.Deacon I
for cards, telegramsand Buster Reed, husband .
neighbors love you but God loves 'you IN MEMORIAM, -e-
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floral pieces. Special thanksto best. .
the pastor, Rev. M. Bauer and John Rahming husband IN MEMORIAMIn In sad but loving memory of ;;t 3311 Florida Aenue
and members of Mt. Zion
officers
Earnest Rahming son our dear wife and sister,
Baptist Church, Bonifay, Florida; sad but loving memory of
Mrs. Jannie Jackson, mother 3-bedrooms baths builtin
the Funeral Home our dear mother and grandmother, / -
also Coopers .
Mrs. RernLce J. Carter, sister .f'
for their vast courtesies during Miss Constance Jackson, ,,, ' 7 -\., '. r-. kitchen, terrazzo floors,

our bereavement. Again thank niece j '. corner lot.,-,.Landscaped.I .

you.Mrs. Mr. Richard Abel, nephew aJy .
Polly McRae Other realtives and friends : .
And Family -
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IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe : I 3331 Florida Avenue

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sad but of .
loving memory
/ I, 3-bedrooms 1 bath oak
our dear husband, father and family of the late ,
MRS. ALMA TURNER I floors and wash
grandfather, carporte
.. ,_., who died Nov.: 21' and was buried
-- --;- Saturday, Nov. 28 from the Mt. of" room.

Olivette Baptist Church, wishes ;;
to thank its many friends and !
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neighbors for their kind expressions 'I-
of. sympathy. Special thanksto l
Rev. 1. C. Mickins and the t t +3, 3341 Florida Avenue
House of Albert. 1
The Family 2-bedroom, 1 bath, oak

L floor, large lot Landscaped

CARD OF THANKSThe ,


family of the late, ._ -
MRS HATTIE BENNETTtake
MRS. LAURA "Missle" ROMEROwho
this method of thankingtheir 3373 Charles Avenue
departed this life Nov. 27,
many friends and neighborsfor MRS, WILLIE MAE LURRY 1958.

their lovely flowers and kind who departed this life December "Asledp in Jesus, far from thee Large 4-bedroom, 2 'bath
sympathy during their bereave- 3, 1957. Thy kindred and their houe. Terrazzo floors.
graves
ment. Special thanks to Elder ,
May she rest in peace. ibe
Bell and Rev P. S. Brown of Mt. Vassie Mackey, daughter may ;
But there is still a blessed sleep,
Tabor Baptist Church. Maobelle Mackey, sOpen -
From which
none wakes to
We appreciate the efficient and granddaughter ever .
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courteous way the Range Funeral Henry Mackey, grandson weep
Crispin Rcmero husband
All
Home assisted the services.Mr. Day
.Rebecca Bethel sister
and Mrs. J. Munlin ;
IN MEMORIAMIn Arimentha Quintyne, sister Sat. & Sun.
Susan Johnson, sister
IN MEMORIAMIn memory of

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loving memory of ,******* ? IN MEMORIAMIn
.1 MRS. JOSEPHINE PHILLIPSwho
... departed this life Dec. 5, loving memory of our mother For Information Call
v '. 0'. ': 1958 at 5:45: pan in Lakeland, and ,grandmother,
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REV PHILOP B. HEROUT love you bud God loves she rest in peace'
who entered into eternal rest you best. { The Family

Dec. 5, 1955. Edward Phillips, son I n
May he rest in 'peace and light Willie Phillips, son CARD OF THANKSThe
perpetual shine upon him. Lula Lester CO.

Mrs. Jane E. Herout, wife Lillia White and Family of the late,
The Family Georgia Boship, daughters HILDA COOPER

Host of relatives and friends who ,passed to the great beyond 647 Palermo Avenue

IN MEMORIAMIn s Nov. 23, extend sincere gratitudeto
the many relatives and friendsfor
I sad but loving memory a! their kind untiring service, Coral Gables
our dear mother and grandmother BUY NOW FOR words of consolation and devout

1 9 prayers. Your lovely flowers
HomesteadExempti.on brought rays of sunshine into our Phone HI 8-1119
grief stricken home. To Fr. Rich-
ard DeVeaux and Fr. Derrick of

5941 N.W.; 23rd Ave. CUba, and Charles Weir, the
Francis Funeral Home, employees -
(Corner) of Flo. Power and LightCo.
JAMES A. SMITH and also the Ingraham Bldg.,
Lovely 2-bedroom CBS who departed this life Dec. 6, we extend our special blessing
1958. upon you. I EVERYONE'SBUZZING
furnished modern FHA Death is a heartache Mr. George Cooper, husband
None can heal Mns. George Cooper, Jr., son I
Commitment-Owner direct Memories are treasures none can Mr. Frank Cooper, son ABOUT
stealAlthough 1 Mr Clifford Cooper, son I

$12,500 TOTAL you have gone away Mr. Harold Cooper, son THE 5 POINT
$1,000 ''DOWN and left us. Mrs. Doris Denard, daughter
Love for you, still lingers in our Miss Lillian Cooper, Djht. *
NE' 5-2503 hearts PLAN!

Mrs. Lillian Culmer Smith CARD OF THANKSThe
Mr. James Culmer, son
(Mr. Samuel Cuhner, son i.cRArr
family of the late
I EMMELYNE .HUGHES
who died on: Nov. 3, in,New York
THE ONLY TRUE DREAM BOOK hod'u
City, wishes to express deep appreciation
and sincere thanks' to

. _._ "The Old Indian" Dream Book of friends, near neighbors, patrons
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MRS. NELLI WILSONwho Miami Times for their acts of

departed this life Dec. 5, THE 'POWER OF PRAYERThis kindness, words of sympathy o ye
1952. cards and telegrams sent all
will
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There's an open door at the end ,little book tells you what to do if'you have be remembered with deepest

.. of the road. faith in 'the Bible gratitude. God bless you all. kUCTON'o

Through which each must go Mrs Claire Nurse, daughter
!alone Mr. Roy Hughes, son
And there in a light we cannotsee OLD INDIANDream'Books 08 18 04 25 43 Mr. Vernon Hughes, son

65c<' Miss Helena L. Sifontes, sister MAKE"SURE
Our Father claims. His own.. '. . Mrs. Jestina Bourne, sister '
\ : j j t TO SEETHEMObE4
JMn.Reginald Nurse
Beyond the gate where loved : ,
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'onaFind : son-in-law
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happiness and'rest;; ;< : [ Mrs. Thelma Hughes,
And there is comfort In the 'f'D daughter-in-law: 34O N.W. nth Av..

thought Clear Water $2.00 Mrs. Edna Hughes, at N.W. 02nd St.Advertise .
"'That a loving God knows best. , 33 3 / daughter-in-law
'" Sadly missed s Grand children and great "artln Am If Stiwes"artaO
:":' Rev. C. J. Burne7, son grand children
L. C. Burney, son OLD INDIAN CHIEF TAR
'", Moszella Cooper, daughter
Hand Rub 3.00
to- Hattie McCutty, daughter Lucky MAKE BIG MONEY!
o}! Iris Taylor, daughter
Ik"\ I Sam Walker, grandson AGENTS WANTEDto
I, Brunell Fuller, grand Mail Money Order'tot sellJAMAICA

."",-i;, Carolyn Taylor, granddaughter daughter THE "OLD) INDIAN" PRODUCTS SAM'S

,P.:;,O.:Box:47901 Miami, Florida LUCKY' PRODUCTSCall

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DECEMBER 5 1959 Nursing Class : at an Alaska Army Base.
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, ; Broward '
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Registration will remain open ., .r. ...' .
County p rA et tn ',' 4A '
through January 1ft, 1960 tor
% YWSC ClubThe I' those persons who wish to enter News' /;* .to'... ,. I1 '
\ the February Practical Nuwln'a' ". EVERYONE'S"BUZZING
YWSC Club held Its week- Class Anyone who would like to ,..
.y meeting on lAst Tuesday even- I get additional Information concerning D1Walter '
(It\, 1t.h n.urL. with Mrs Inn Ferguson go to the Northwestern Senior 1.,
} t awrti': a* hevstcssu She served a I High School, 7007 NW 12th ave THE' 5 POINTPLAN
; rd<<'Nt Thanksgiving dinner.1 any school days, or call PLaza ;; I'
4kh **\ our Thanksgiving basfcrt -: 8:30: ajn. and 5 p.m. Mondays Friday night, Dec. 4, 8 o'clock at !
Ks> Mr*, Gloria Sleeting, 1601 through Fridays.PresleyPhillip. the Masonic Temple on Pembroke -|
NW 11 court She Is a widow Road. Meeting of great
:* *! tV mother of nine children.' WedOn Importance. All members are I.CRAIT9o
Oc\ Saturday evening we also asked to be present and on time w
i v* an after Thanksgiving salevarty Clarence Johnson' WAI.; Hiram:
at the home of Mrs. Olive Monday night, Nov 30, Ash
secretary.
inward Everyone expressed Mrs. Sybil Presley of New York I |
City, became the bride of Dave 4 MC
having wonderful time Lookout
a The Heroines of Jericho will Mu
for bigger and better things Phillip of Baltimore, Md. I meet Thursday, Dec. 10 at 8 p.m.at r :
from the YWSC. Mrs. M. Murry I Ceremonies were held at the the Masonic Temple on Pem-
president. Mrs. M. Stanley, re- Smith Hotel, 718, NW 2nd ave., broke Road. The M. A. M. wants
porter. and attended by several friends. all members of Court No. 9 to be
I'I'I Rev. Edward T. Graham performed present at this most Important
the marital rites. meeting. Mrs. (H. E. Brown,

__ ___ __n_ I YWCA MeetingAll M-A-iM., Mns. Rebecca McShayne,
Miss Blanche Calloway, well- secretary
Lebbie Juliet Hammock, 10- active and in-active mem- known entertainer and radio
year-cld daughter of Mrs. Julia bers of the Membership! Committee personality, entertained guests. The C. W. H. Chamber of SURE
Hammock of 1180 NW 2nd ave, >of Murnell Branch. YWCAare Congratulations showered the Commerce meets Monday night,
Apt. 6, won a $100 scolarshlp, asked to attend their com- bridal pair after the ceremonies.The Dec. 7 at the Carver Lounge Mo- THE
and was crowned "Miss Expan-' mittee meeting on Monday, Dec. Phillips will make their tel.
son! c',f the Youth Department" oft 7 at 7:30: p.m. at the YWCA, 340 home in Baltimore. HOME
It,h Eotec-opal! District of the NW 13th st. The Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clarkof rMAKE. 27th Ave.
rir*. Church at the annual con- Miss Jessie Giles, chairman Central Baptist Church, the
fapoa of the church held !In Mrs. Lillian Balllou, Sunlight ChitChatBy Rev. R. L. Greenwich of Greater 02nd 8t.
Wr% t Pam Beach Miss Hammock, co-chairman New Bethel Baptist Church, ( Stovwtt Mutt
who- was crowned on Nov. 14, Mrs. Bessie Cato I Carver Ranches, and the Rev. N.
?.*.* thA h""*r bv reporting Sears of Westminster Baptist
$42 SO from Trinity CME Church Church Hollywood, attended the
Sigmas Plan Annual One of the most respected
I" M'oftil' The conference was Ministers and Deacons' Union of
fc-M Q t Grays Temple CME In graduates of Sunlight Beauty Atlantic Coast Baptist Associa-
""--4'+",11'11 asset Mlsi HammockIs Classic Party School is Mrs. Evelyn Cue of tion which met at Mt. Olivette,
a 7th grader at Booker T.'ng1on West Palm Beach, who graduatedNov. Miami, last weekend.
'""""' High School of Mi- Sigma men throughout the state 8, 1959. Recently Mrs. Cue
ami.! ,and nation who plan attendingthe lost her husband, Charles, whose The PTA meets Wednesday,
Orange Blossom Classic havebeen I funeral was held in Broward Dec. 9, 8 !pan at Carver Ranches CORE Needs You
issued an invitation to take I County, and was attended by Mrs.I I School cafetorium. Please be
Have You a part in the annual Sigma fellowship D. A. Julius, who representedthe present. Mrs. Susie Daniels, pres- Join and be
get-together planned for .school. The entire student I ident; Mrs. Moss, secretary today
at the Sir John body and saff of Sunlight extends -
Drinking Problem? Friday Hotel.
profound sympathy to Mrs. Staff Sgt. Willie James Dan- Free Tomorrow
A special room (room 114)) has Cue and the bereaved family '
Call OX 1-1278 been set aside for all Incoming
brothers who are desirous of The Sunlight float, which will
fellowshop, entertainment: and adorn the Orange Blossom Clas-
informa tl.. with the presence>f its 1& 9-1
This activity Is sponsored annually 1960 queen, Mrs. Johnnie Mae l
FIESTA CLUB by members of Rho Sigma Dials. Congratulations to Mrs.
Proudly Preterit IU Chapter Phi Beta Sigma fraternity Dials and the entire Royal en- _
Weekend Floor Shows as a courtesy to visiting tuorage.' I JI5 I You
brothers and friends. c.ourfi
FRt, SAT., SUN. I Here's hoping and wishing for T c c.uox
11:30: p.m. and 2 a.m. Officers of the fraternity are: all visitors to our city a most
Featuring Music by Earl A. Wells, president; T Stew- | "pleasant stay during the Classic
art Greer, vice president; Thomas' week, and may their every ac-
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DECEMBER '5, 1959 PAGE 15 "i t

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v'.M% }K. M.
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District Deputyof nancial daughter Elk. I am happyto
say that I have been coun.ni.a- ,
T'er T Daughter Elks sioned as your District Deputy
for ,48 consecutive' years. I have
; _Announces ItineraryTo done my best to lift high the

standards and to dcmonstra cJ .
-1 S1 the Daughter:, E ks of the .
our principles. My officla.\ vas'will !
% I South Florida District
be the same as previous
Christian Greetings
:
years. -Dt. Alaine Waldon and Dt.
I /Today I can say as the psalmist,
Alice Edwards holds
who a commission -
'ZL- 'IThe Lord is -en my side. I shall
as a Special Deputy have
*mU 10 Ifc'.f. What can man do unto
!lca .. been notified by me to serve in
me. Pam 118 6. I can only say
my stead. I will visit Paramount .
it is wonderful ;to know God and
yii to live ,for Him. This has been a Council on the second Sunday in
1 repeated experience cl mine. December immediately after a.-
tending the 'Memorial Service. !in
This has 'been an extremely West Palm Beach.
''t Ss' .b busy year :for me and I have
much to be thankful for I had I
1! cannot refrain from thank-
'he ..pleasure' of seeing and listening 'ing many temples for 'beautiful
to our brilliant Grand Dt.
letters which gave me quite a lift
I Huier; during the month of October and to the wife of my ,ipnst r, 'w '.*
k : is also n member of my temple
announcing the date and time of for fine words ol encouragementMay
her 'flight because of absence
my J
God bless vcu and until 1
firm the 'city. J was unable to
see you lace to ;face.
meet her and to her, I expressed I
I IThe my regrets. It was her request Fraternally,
'h' t she be escorted In the Templeby Your District'Deputy

55 me, and it '!Was I who intro Marie M. White
-- duced her to the Temple. The

famed Faultz Quads of Reidsville, household thores. Some 200,000 personsare Grand Daughter Ruler did an excellent ----1_

N.C. are slated to appear in the 27th an- expected to see the quads during their Job.instructructed.She is guIded and divinely SKIN DISEASES .

nual Orange Blossom Classic and Festi- initial visit to Florida\ to participate in the who practiced the virtues May she of FREE CONSULTATIONA

val in Miami on Saturday, Dec. 5, under festivities of the famed classic sponsoredby Charity Justice, Sisterly Love and new Approach to treatment

the auspices of the Pet Milk Co. of Saint Florida A&M University. Thirteen Fidelity, live a long time to inspire and medication based

Louis. Left to right Louise Alice Ann old they the world's iden- women and to carry forth on specialized blood and
years are only the program that she has so noibh''nstalled laboratory tests
and Catherine. The quads enjoy bike rid- tical Negro quadruplets, and are now stu- for the Daughters of DR. H. W. HAAG

ing between homework sessions and dents at Caswell County Training School Elks.I PL 96502

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A woman, described as
principal heroin peddler In MiamJ
was handed a 10-year prison term
monday in Federal Court.
{ BOSSES TOLD TO She was Willie Mae Lloyd 34.
of 1150 NW 58th st. Judge Paul
r < : P. Rao called her a menace to
.z.z.W PAY UPChiseling society. I

bosses who pay Ne- Also sentenced in companIon :
gro and Latin American laborers cases en charges of possession of:
less than a living wage are heroin were her brother, Herbert
being caught up with by Labor fl. Lloyd, 30, of 847 NW 1st court,
Department investigators work- and Ernestine 11111, 28, of 1060 ;
ing cut of the Miami wage hour NW 62nd st. They were i placed, on
field office. two years probation each.
3 Back pay totaling $216,432 In a separate case, Rao sen- "I'
must be paid to 2,327 Miami tenced Charles Mack, 36, of 2433
workers. NW 155th Terr. to two years in Let my yoiin" of K\M: | >rlcnc tfiilde and protect you through

This figure represents under- prison for possession of heroin. Life M a Lighthouse guldeN tlu whip' In a wtoriMWHHN ;
-- payments to workers who received -
W. E. COMBS less than $1 an hour, or who OTIIKIW: KAIL.. YOU HKK: MK

Following the theme, "Improving during failed the to get first proper nine months overtime of ; KEEP HAIR FROM For Success in Business And Love >

Educational Performance," this year. ;GOING BACKK CONSULT HER -
the 26th annual conference of Clem J. Denioke field office .. ..
| >fat"KAa GOIM)aACa- aAIN. home made happy .
the Association of Colleges and supervisor, said that most of the PI&aATIIDM..oTr"n.: A VUMDtr7.: 0 You can now have your
Secondary Schools gets underwayDec. VATt ..uDrT PbW4NPtWM000.NAa.O..Tout Get and Hold the position so long wanted
:money due came about because N..OUTTMAIIO MWE Toll WHMJTftEMAM : 0 you ,
2 at Central High School, I K>MATVKA14.T tort A0 HOT OfttArf.frtUUUM .. in the out 1
of "carelessness" and that em- "AIM RqLLMTttWMO OIL CO* O Don't Stay rut, get now ;
Louisville, Ky. Figuring promI- ployes generally make voluntary *AIM AAS BUtPHS...A.K TOV i&AI/T>ClAK I m 0 By the help of God she can help you .
nently In the program will be restitution when mistakes are CUGCM YA.iii.aliiiIiILA.:
(1)) Dr. Horace Mann Bond, dean, evil influence if sick worried in
brought to their attention. -sulln.: mplRESSItr Remove you are or
School of Education, Atlanta U., I trouble .
who will deliver the ad- r'
keynote OIL
dress. Dr. Felton G. Clark, president I Advertise It Pays! ..gwwNwr..K.o o"" -.- It will pay you to call and wo Oil lifted Medium Ktrwt ',

of Southern University; Is Where thouwtmU coin yearly for help and advice, you too can (
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the scheduled speaker at a special '
be touched by this strange mM' <\rloti power
assembly program From St. }

Louis Dr. Kenneth I. Brown, WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY ".f
executive director of The Dan-
TELEVISIONSNO Mow and the children/ of lured :
The mine Uri who delivered
forth! Foundation, will come to
address the banquet session of of old In ntlll alive today and will open a way for yon through

"Academic Excellence But the troubled seas of life. Let not him that I IN blind lead you or '
How Do We Get It?" Presiding him.
the whole conference will you Mumble with
over MONEY DOWN existence of thing" IMM-IUI you cannot see '
doubt the
be the association. president, Dr. Do you f
James A, Colston, president of them
Knoxvllle College, with the assistance "'hlclo you think of the Invisible wave and sound that

of W. E. Combs, state make Wireless, Telephone lladlo and Television poMlble
supervisor secondary schools, De-
.It Hen concealed, secret, client In the
before uproiit
partment of Education, Tallahassee A used
IEQIUY P ONO '' womb of Nature. TIIKIIK 18 AN "UNHi6ICNPOWER" ,
who is first vice president of dark earth or
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BURNS HOME. ""' "" RADIOS Therefore, acquaint yourj' ;';-" w 555555:.,,:,
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CHARGED WITH 4 ; ,,. .'
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ARSONAlbert II consultation will evolve you i frjfto '\. j.:

Barrow 28-year-old a higher state of mind. i i'< ,.......:-'t.<-
white man charei! with setting I '

fire to his home in an integrated All Information is ,

neighborhood, was free in $2,500 Confidential I t
bond this week. Strictly

He was charged with arson.
The home at 3166 NW 58th St. TV REPAIRSALL Office Hours O a.m.-8 p.m. % '

burned Nov. 17. Sunday t 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. r
Assistant State Attorney Marshall N
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I \ ** a lwn.aer, would like to ganization for Juvenile Decency A
h h >vu;: tt' < .: a v. subject of today. It is Miami Times and I will send you
w ('o'I from Wall Street tot.13rkt personal details.
: AU):ey. The subject is ro long until next ,week, and -i iWY
Juven:: Dc.inqucnc: Yu: hsar rrmrmfter!: to Fight, Fiiht, Fight _
A sufficient: amount of talk::, about for the team .:f Juvenile Decency
the so.-ij.ct' but .:most i e.pe: do .
Mile or nothing! a' out it. I am ,.
mcst happy ta say that I am part ;; --t.:.::._
,1 a S.nl.t: : orgi.T.;.:ration, which HAftLhM SQUARESWEET : Kan"Kil
was .formed to bring about juv-
enile decency: In the place of SHOP
juvenile: de' nquEncy. In the coming -
4 FULL LINE OF GROCERlfeJi
months, yu' will hear more
rut t.is! organ/zaticn and you .
I COLD CU1S COSMETICS
are certainly! invited to take part
in its actions. 208 N.W 10t* Strr\ COMMUNITY DRUGS
There is much, that can be said
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on subject, really, my 15th Ae.FURNITURE.
thoughts are much faster than my
pen; so vi.u just again might not Register j Today!
Lt f'nthis article to be of good
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g:rmmatical structure. do hope '. -. I -n ....'" - ..' '. ." ", _.' ,- :.. .t- I; '
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I am sure that all .of us teen-
agars: love this wondei.'ul Amer-
:cal! Of course, we camot proveit
\ l as we are not old enough to
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vote yet. !All cf us should know
9 4? that a nation's rise to great 3 COMPLETE ROOMSLIVING
heights ,i is based upon law and
order A nation's downfall results -
from lawlessness and dis
k order. We are the America to ROOM
ocme. We are the foundation of
4 the world! Without us, life is in .
the past. Knowing all of those BEDROOMDINETTE
things, let us do something about
our America. What can we do? SET 't

Charles Holland, American- i C-eidi Krall (as Desdemona), soprano Well, we can prove to adults, .
born tencx member of the Paris Metropolitan Opera Co., ourselves and our own hearts COFFEE TABLES-
Opera Comique, has followed in New York. He has, as memberof that we are going to be young
the footsto.s of fellow American the Paris company/ taken in law abiding citizens. | .
Paul Rubeson::: by singing the lead music ,festivals at Atx-en. Pro- We want decency, so we will END TABLES
role in Verdi's greatest opera, vence, Biarritz, Bayonne and do something to get it. We know)
"Othello," during recent tele- Bescancon, in France; and last most of the laws that good citiI I PICTURES
cast over a British Broadcasting year, sang Othello with the zens must abide 't>y, Yet, some
company television program. Hol- Netherlands State Opera Co.- of us think that these laws must
land shared the lead role with ANP. be made ifor adults only. Really. :
teen-timers, don't you kow when NO MONEY DOWN!!
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you are doing something: that
Youth Should be small part of the sum total of Isn't right? Don't you know when
his accomplishments. He has ycu, are breaking the law? Yes, I
HeardBy been in turn a :prodigy as a pianist you do know. So stop it right
a composer, arranger, painter now! If you haven't started, well
Elizabeth SutherlandAn designer, master of Oriental and good 'and don't ever start. I American Phono: & TV}
languages and teacher.He Remember, if you want some'' :
evening of music of the was once given a citationby thing badly enough you put
American Theater given .by Dr the Jamaican Government for forth every effort you can to get I)
Donald Shirley Js something you his 1'outstanding, / >" ',rlbut:1on": : it. Don't you want Juvenile Decency 2300 N.W. 62nd Street OX, 60919BAKER
will net easily forget. Nor is the and was offered a position of ? Then let's join up and
man someone you would forget "Minister easily. Government. t! ycu are interested in the or-I j

Donald, a young Negro, is master Other high lights of his career .
of musical trades as well as include a (performance in 1943:
the (possessor of three Ph. D's- with the Boston Pops, a performance x
In psychology, liturgical arts, and of his first song cycle by
music to prove his trade. This' the London Philharmonic, a
an unusual accomplishment, has European tour, a 'premiere of his S AI
been equaled by his overcomingthe Third Symphony by the Philadelphia -
problems encountered by Negro Orchestra, and a Tow n
instrumentalists to whom the Hall recital with Joseph Prima-
classical-music! field has been In- vera conducting.The .
different.' performance at Town I ?1't
Hall was memorable for Its selection -
As a result of his acquiring his of music of the transcribed -
degrees he was engaged to teachin : American Theatre as well store
Washington, and later at the I as for the 'performance of his own I
University of Chicago. During works.
this time he was awarded a grant I IHe is a unique artist who, in
by a national psychology associa- his travel through Europe, India 137NO S '
tion to study the influence of and Ceylon, acquired a
music as a stimulant to Juvenile knowledge of Arabic, Egyptian,
delinquency. In this study he Persian, German, French, Span-
created a new form of tonal expression ish and Italian. This is Donald
and, with his students, Shirley.-Christian Science Moni-
was engaged, to 'splay at clubs. He tor, Nov. 24.Drive. MONEY DOWN
was also given a hearing by Ar-
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NAACP Calls Floridato
on
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959 PAGE 17 PUN PHUN

Ity: PHIL OSSOI<'EU

End "Dual Justice"

FCLU Forms Headline . "Living Costs
Going up."
TAMPA The Florida State
Conference of NAACP branches I was just discussing thIs with
har. called for action to end the POSNER'S DISTRIBUTING my butcher. Seeing; my unhappy
"dual system of Justice" in that CORPORATION ANNOUNCES Speakers BureauThe expression, he asked, "What's
state exemplified ,by the execu- ADDITION TO SALES STAFF : your beef?" .I replied, 'High
tion. Of two young Negroes con- prices
victed of Florida Civil Liberties The FCLU Speakers Bureau
raping a 'vchdte} womanin
contrast with the life senten- UnL n announced today the formation I has (rovisicn for other collateral He asked, "Do, you think W4
imposed of the FCLU Speakers services, such as ,publicity, mod- ought to go back to ceiling
C2S four
white
upon "
Bureau, designed to interesting erators discussion leaders prices" ? I said, "That won't work...
ysuths:> convicted of: raping a Ne- provide etc., to The still
celling is head
over
and fit my
coed. informative speakers specific groups' needs.
gro on civil liberties issues for I Just 'wish they would cut out

The call was Issued following anv and all Miami organizatins 16 MIAMIANS ON the baloney and get prices
down to where J
they
belong.
the execution. of John Edward \ l a.Ha wching to utilize this service.
Paul and /Willie City on Nov. 13. The resent list of speakers BETHUNE never sausage to conditions. I can'tafford
bring home the bacon.
"We pray," the statement said, available includes: Attys. John B HONOR ROLL It's like a poker game, playing
"that the death of these two men (rr Tobias Simon, Rafael Rivera- for high steaks."
does not mean that the State of Cruz, Herbert J. Heinke, Neal Dean William: A. McMillan announces ,
Florida is returning to the so- : \ t \ : Rutledge, Arnold Greenfield, 106 ,persons on the hon- The !butcher seemed to enjoymy
called! traditions of the South Robert Ramer, Stuart Simon, or roll fcr the spring semesterOf ham act, and went alonarrwlth!
whereby a 'Negro must die for a I Warold' Tannen, Richard Wolf- these 16 (Miamians were list- the gag. "What do you think will
crme! ccmmitted against white h. I son, and Alfred Hopkins, all ed. They are: happen?" h* asked.
womanhood," while white R 5' I members of the crganizaton's
Shirley Jr. Lenore
a man Payne Hep "
"Well
I said, "The meat !industry -
is given a lesser ipenallty for the I Legal Panel; religious leaders burn Sr., Maybelle Green, Richmond has
a lot to loin. If it
Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth
srae crime committed against I Heights; Edna Stallworth
doesn't straighten itself out soon,
David ,
Negroes cr women of other ra- r? Congregation; Rev. Rob Maude Neiwbold, Willie Larkins, lot
a of people
are going to takeIt
ert
Sonen
." minister of the First
C1I! 1 Richmond Heights; Pernella Cobb,
Unitarian on the lam-b and become veg-
Church; and Rabbi Ondrea Lewis, Mary J. Johnson,
:Prior to the execution, NAACP Mt rris Skop of Temple Judaea Chester Hayes, Aurora Pinder etarians.
Executive Secretary Roy Wil- Mrs. Maurice Serotta PTA leader Carolyn Smith, Ro&cella Davis, "Do you think you can do
kins sent a telegram to Gov Le- ; Dr. Stuart N. Cahoon, psy- Melvese Markham, Aletha Hall, that?"
Roy Collins urging commutationof choanalyst, ; Arthur Spiegel, Educational James .Bethel George Ross and
the death sentences in view ALPHA HAYES I I Director of the Anti- Marriel Lee. "No, I don't believe I would
of the prison terms imposed on Defamation League of B'nal B'- \\go that far; but I might take the
the four white men in the Tallahassee : Hamilton the nationally Posner,manufacturerof known Pos- rith; Mr Florence Williams, visiting Fine ArtsConservatory advice of my economics professor -
rae case. "Equal Justice recently nurse and wife of Dr. H who told us during the depression
net's hair preparations,
Franklin Williams, vice , 'if can't make both
requites equal penalty for the announced Mr. Alpha Hayes presi- you
same cffense,," the NAACP leader appointment. Mr. Hayes was dent of the University of Miami, ends meat, make one end vegetable -
told the Governor. formerly with one of the conn Co!. a. Frazer Potts, Miami businessmen !- The Fine Arts Conservatory, "
try's largest drug companies.He ; and Fred W. Borgess, operating in two branches,
The Florida NAACP state- will represent PO Dor'. mathematics professor at the YMCA, Liberty City and Richmond
ment calls upon the churches to throughout the Midwest University of Miami. (Heights, Tots Town, offer METROPOLITANlife
J.oin the struggle "against the con- I -' Some of the tcipios on which to adults and children-excellent
tinuation of this type .of injus- Redeemer these individuals are prepared to instruction in \piano, voice, woodwind
tice" and urges citizens of both Holy speak to (Miami organizations are !ballet and ,modern danc 'Insurance (o '
races to "call upon the Governor Church Bazaar.The "Fair, Foul or Funny" the ing. Our teachers are highly .
of Florida to express: : disap- I delicate issue of "obscenity" as qualified and have rich teaching
proval" of such inequities."We members of the Holy Re- viewed by the courts, the police, experience.\ Here the Fine Art THE LARGEST INSURANCE
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also call upon Negro many friends !who helped to make Sweet Home" invasions. of cit- II Registration each Saturday at
leaders to recognize that an increased its "Fall Bazaar" of November 25a zens' ,privacy, secret eavesdrop- both branches. For informaton offers
number oif registered Ne- great success. ping, 'police violations of search call Mrs. R. Myers, MO 5-2608. now you a completeline
gro voters in the State of Florida At the drawing, which was and seizure protection; "How Far of insurance:
Is one !way in which this type ol held that night, the first prize ofa Religion?" the intentions of the
injustice will be corrected," the trip to Nassau was won by L. Founding Fathers of our country For The Highest in O LIFE
statement concluded. Jerome of 1402 NW 51st 'Ter. regarding separation church HOSPITALIZATION
The second prize of a $50 savings and state, and the ..implication? COSMETICSAlso 0
bond was won by George Cun- for 'public .school education; "The INCOME PROTECTIONAll
MAKE BIG MONEY! ningham of 6662 NW 15th ave. Grey Flannel Mind" conformity -
The 3rd prize of $25 worth of as a national trait and how i it policies available on monthly
AGENTS WANTEDto groceries went to Gertrude Ross, stacks up against the First Miami Times Newspaper basis
1206 NW 66th St. The fourth and Amendment; "Do CommunistsHave
sellJAMAICA final prize went to Jesse Woodsof Rights?" the issue of Call! YUkon 3-5681 Phone Charles VorUeJc at:
SAM'S Ojus, Fla. safeguarding freedoms of speech TU 8.140
LUCKY PRODUCTSCall Again we offer our sincere and assembly as opposed to concerns "SANDS" for Informaton and appointment
thanks to those who helped tc for national security; "Rise
OX 1-1541 make the bazaar a great success.DRIVER'S and Fall of the Fifth Amend- '"
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the constitutional. l privilege I

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and national: Interest, depnding
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BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE speaker group fcr their meeting .

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Bureau, emphasizes thai all of the
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PREPARED
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959 Teen's Conference



With HAROLD ANTHONY
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I I I as a teen-ajer, would like to ganization for Juvenile Decency,
speak to you teen-timers, on a please contact ma through the
c : al subject of today. It is Miami! Times and I will send you

pcken cf, ,from Wall Street to personal details.
(( ocd-Bread Alley.: The subject is ro long until next ,week, and
Juvene!: Delinquenc: Yu>: hsarJ rcmfimber to Fight, Fii'ht' Fight
a sufficient! amount of task about fcr the team ':f Juvenile Decen-
I the sabj-ct: j but most \t e.p'.e: do cy. WfTMi
ti. little' or nothing! about it. I am
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q r m' J a snai.-l: orjA'a'.z-.tlon: :'' which HARLEM SQUARE
was formed to bring about juv-
enile decency in the place of SWEET SHOP i i
r \ juvenile' delinquency. In the com
4 FULL LINE Of GROCERIES
will hear
ing months, yu' more
Ej'ut tars! organization: and you COLO CUTS COLMETICS
3e certainly invited to take partin
; \ its actions. 203 NW 10t" St'.ei COMMUNITY DRUGS
There is much that can be said
,
h1c _.. . ,
4 : '"f ': :< -" 6750 N.W. 15th Are
c on tVM subject, but really, my
w4 thoughts are much faster than my
, I a a pen; so :VI:u just again might not Register Today! -

f'nthis article! to be of good .
f'' Y V '1 Si g.-mmatical structure. do hop .' \ '. _" _' *'_ \-W': .. .. _
yv.'Yk' B j' .. W terial.I .

Y I ,, .F pi p A am sure that all cf' us teen-
0 1'h A FURNITURE
agsrs love this 'wondei.'ul Amer-
o s> r ae :ca! (Of course, we canvt proveit
i' as we are not old enough to
Q lJ' vote yet. All cf us should know
h that a nation's rise to great 3 COMPLETE ROOMSLIVING
,
$: a.Y hsightsis based upon law and
order. A nation's downfall results -
from lawlessness and dis
order. We are the America to ROOM
ocme. We are the foundation of
Y the world! Without us, life Is in BEDROOMDINETTE .
the past. Knowing all of those
let do something aibout
things, us
_. SET t
I1..IW'. #' >* ;(:&;'"" n -=- E-'" < our America. What can we do?

Charles Holland, American- ll-.eidl; Krall (as Desdemona), soprano Well, we can prove to adults,
Co. ouroelves and our own hearts COFFEE TABLES'; :
born tencx member of the Paris Metropolitan Opera ,
Opera Coonique, has followed in New York. He has, as memberof that we are going to be young .
the footsteps of fellow American the Paris company, taken in law abiding citizens. )| END TABLES'PICTURES
Paul Rctoeson;:: by singing the lead music ,festivals at AixenPro. We want decency, so we will
role in Verdi's greatest opera, vence, Biarrdtz, Bayonne and do something to get It. We know I
"Othello," during a recent tele- Bescancon, in France; and last most of the laws that good citizens -I
cast over a British Broadcasting year, sang Othello with the must abide by, Yet, some
company television program. Hol- Netherlands State Opera Co.- of us think that these laws musl
land shared the lead role with ANP. be made ifor adults only. Really,
teen-timers, don't you kow( when NO MONEY DOWN!
you are doing Something: that

Youth Should be small part of the sum total of isn't right? Don't you know when
his accomplishments. He has ycu are breaking, the law? Yes, '
HeardBy been in turn a :prodigy as a pianist you do know. So stop it right
a composer, arranger, painter now! If you haven't started, well
Elizabeth SutherlandAn designer, master of Oriental and good ,and don't ever start. I I American Phonon & TV)
languages and teacher.He Remember, If you want same-
evening of music of the was once given, a citationby thing badly enough, you put
Aimerican Theater 'given by Dr the Jamaican Government for forth every effort you can to get I I :
2300 N.W. 62nd Street OX, 60919
Donald Shirley is something you his 1'outstandingsor/:rlbution"; : it. Don't you want Juvenile De-<
will net easily forget. Nor is the and was offered a position of cency? Then let's Join up and
man someone you would forget "Minister of) Arts" !by the Haitian battle for it.
easily. Government. If ycu are interested in the or-I

Donald, a young Negro, is mas- Other high lights of his career
ter of musical trades as well as include a performance In 1943
the possessor of three Ph. [)'8- with the Boston Pops, a performance t
in 'psychology, liturgical arts, and of his ifirsi song cycle by
music to prove his trade. This! the London Philharmonic, a *
an unusual accomplishment, has European tour, a premiere of) his YOUR CREDIT ISBAKER E
I
been equaled by his overcoming I Third Symphony by the Philadelphia & :
the.problems encountered by N--I Orchestra, and a Tow n
gro instrumentalists to whom the Hall recital with Joseph Prima-
classical-music field has been in- vera conducting. '
different.As The performance at Town i e.
Hall was memorable for Its selection -
a result of his acquiring his of music of the transcribed -
degrees he was engaged to teachin : American Theatre as well store
Washington, and later at the I as for the !performance of his own
University of Chicago. During I works.
this time he was awarded a grant IHe is a unique artist who, in
by a national 'psychology associa- his travel through Europe, India 137NO / I
tion to study the Influence oi and Ceylon, acquired a
music as a stimulant to juvenile knowledge of Arabic, Egyptian,
delinquency In this study he I Persian, German French, Span-
created a new form of tonal expression ish and Italian This Is Donald
and, with his students, Shirley.-Christian Science Moni- i
was engaged, to !iplay at clubs. He tor, Nov. 24.Drive. MONEY DOWN
was also given a hearing by Ar-
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prominent artist overnight.
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959 PHUN



End "Dual Justice"TAMPA FCLU Forms : PHIL. . OSSOKKIt"Living Cost

."
The Florida State
Conference of NAACP branches discussing this with
ha<5 called for action to end the POSNER'S DISTRIBUTING Seeing my unhappy
"dual system of Justice" in that CORPORATION ANNOUNCES : Speakers Bure I he asked, "What's.

state: Oif exemplified two young, by Negroes the execution con-- ADDITION TO SALES STAFF ?" I replied, 'High

victed of The Florida Civil Liberties The
raping a 'white woman
in contrast with the life sentence Uni:n announced today the for- I has (l "Do you think we
imposed' upon four white mation of the FOLU Speakers services go back to ceiling
youths: convicted raping/ a Ne- Bureau, designed!: to ,provide interesting erators, said, "That won't work
gro coed and informative speakers fit specific is still over my head
on civil liberties issues for they would cut out
The call was Issued following any and all Miami organizatins 16 and get prices
the execution. of John Edward wshing to utilize this service. where they belong. I
Paul and Willie City on Nov. 13. The present! list of speakers conditions. I can't.
"We pray," the statement said, available includes: Attys. John B bring home the bacon.
"that the death of these two men Orr, Tobias Simon, Rafael Rivera- a poker." game, playing
does not mean that the State of Cruz, Herbert J. Heinke, Neal 'Dean ,
Florida' is returning to the so- Rutledge, Arnold Greenfield, ,nounces 106 .her seemed to enjoy
called traditions of the South Robert Ramer, Stuart Simon, or roll ficr and went along;with
whereby a 'Negro must die ,for a i Warold Tannen, Richard Wolf- Of these 16 do you think will
crime committed against white son, and Alfred Hopkins, all' ed. They he- asked.
womanhood," while a white man members of the crganizaton'a Shirley
is given a lesser ipenaJlty for the I Legal Panel; religious leaders burn Sr., : I said, "The meat In-
same crime committed against Rabbi i Yaakov Rosenberg, of Beth mond ; a lot to loin. If it
Negroes cr women of other raC..i. David Congtajatlon; Rev. Robert Maude "SANDS"w' itself out soon,
." Sonen, minister of the First Richmond are going to take
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Unitarian and become
veg-
t Church; and Rabbi Ondrea Le
Prior to the execution, NAACP Mcrris Skop of Temple Judaea' Chester
Executive Secretary Roy Wil- Mrs. Maurice Serotta PTA leader Carolyn think can do
kins sent a telegram to Gov Le- ; Dr. Stuart N. Cahoon, psychoanalyst Melvcse you
Roy Collins urging commutationof ; Arthur Spiegel, Educational James ,
the death sentences in view ALPHA HAYES i I Director of the Anti- Marriel Lee. don't believe I would
of the prison terms imposed on manufacturerof I Defamation. League of B'nal B'- \ ; but I might take the
Posner
the four white Hamilton rith; Mrs Florence Williams, visiting economics
men in the Tallahassee the nationally known Pos- I Fine my profes-
rape case. "Equal justice net's hair preparations,recently nurse and wife of Dr. H us during the de-
requires equal penalty for the announced Mr. Alpha Hayes : Franklin Williams, vice president you can't make both
same offense," the NAACP leader appointment. Mr. Hayes was I of the University of Miami, make one end vege-
told the Governor. formerly with one of the conn Col. .R. Frazer Potts, Miami ,businessmen !- The Fine
try's largest drug companies. ; and Fred W. Borgess, operating
The Florida NAACP state- He will represent Po ner' mathematics professor at the YMCA, ,
ment calls upon the churches to throughout the Midwest, University of Miami. mond (
grin the struggle "against the continuation .J Some of the tcpios on which to adults AN
of this type of inJus.tice" Holy Redeemer these individuals are prepared to instruction
and ung-es citizens of both speak to Miami organizations are wind (ballet nte' Co.
races to "call upon the Governor Church )Bazaar "Fair, Foul or Funny" the ing. Our
of Florida to express disap- delicate issue of "obscenity" as qualified
proval" of !such inequities."We The members of the Holy Re- viewed ,by the courts, the police, experience. INSURANCE
deemer Parish wish to thank its
are
sociologists and parents; "Home, IN THE WORLD
also call upon Negro many friends !who helped to make Sweet Home" invasions of cit-
leaders to recognize that an increased its "Fall Bazaar" of November 25a zens' .privacy, secret eavesdrop- both -
number of registered Ne- great !success. ping, 'police violations of search call Mrs. R. you a complete
gro voters in the State of Florida At the drawing, which was and seizure protection; "How Far :
Is one !way in which this type! ol held that night, the first iprize of Religion?" the intentions of the
injustice will be corrected," the a trip to Nassau was won by L. Founding Fathers of our country For
statement concluded. Jerome of 1402 NW 51st Ter. regarding separation of church
The second prize of a $50 savings and state, and the implicationsfor
bond was won by George Cun- ''public .school education; "The PROTECTION
MAKE BIG MONEY! ningham of 6662 NW 15th ave. Grey Flannel Mind" conformity -
The 3rd iprize of $25 worth of as a national trait and how it available on monthly
AGENTS WANTEDto groceries went to Gertrude Ross, stacks up against the First Miami bails
1206 NW 66th St. The fourth and Amendment; "Do CommunistsHave
sellJAMAICA final prize went to Jesse Woodsof Rights?" the issue of Call VoriseJc. at z
SAM'S Ojus, Fla. safeguarding freedoms of speech TU 8.140for
LUCKY PRODUCTSCall Again we offer our sincere and assembly as opposed to con- 'Informaton and
thanks to those who helped to cerns for national security; "Rise appointmentMiami
OX 1.1541 make the bazaar a great luocess.DRlVER'S and Fall of the Fifth Amend- "'
I ment" the use and abuse 011|
'the constitutional privilege
against self-lncrimlnation;; and I
LICENSE many other topics of current local Plaster Products
and national interest, dcpnding
on the needs of the individual
interested in securing a .
BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE speaker group for their meeting. Corp.

Miss Katherine M. Baker,
O'BERRY'SMAGIC chairman of the FCLU Speakers 4715 N.W. 36th Ave. NE 4-4539
Bureau, emphasizes that all of the
above speakers, can be engaged
CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
PREPARED SAND FINISH PLASTER
without charge, inasmuch as the
'., Bureau Is a public service to the Buff Pink Green White
FR 4-7756 Greater Miami community Or- Grey "..

1453 N.W. 6th Avenue ganizations interested in engagingany -
of these speakers are invit-
ed to call Miss Baker at FR OUR PLEDGE
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FRanklin 1.2771 2.10 p.m. Open Sat. and Sun. See this nice
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.. 3 bedroom, on corner lot,
YOU CAN GET IN CONDITION AND STAYIN low FHA terms.

CONDITION BY JOINING
Day Nursery N.W.
THE MECHANICAL GYM Kindergarten SALLIE MARY

.. Price reduced. Owner wants offer Mrs. Sallie Collins and Miss Mary F. DIxon of the
$10 A MONTH Must be sold now, call me
'. cn this for a good deal now. Fully Modernistic Beauty Salon are licensed hair weer
ONE WHIRLPOOL BATH FREE equipped and ready to make mon technicians. They can weave hair on your head' to

ey. add length, fullness and cover bald spots. Their work'

EXTRA SPECIAL EXTRA Only $895 DownNew is guaranteed and reasonably priced.

N.W. 58th St. area. Very
YOGA CLASSESThree nice 2 bedroom, with Florida
For further information call FR 4.9944 or come to
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Time a Week bedroom. Near bus and schools.
MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SALON

YOGI CORTEZ, Instructor Call E. Harry DennyPL

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Evening worship .................... 7:00: Susan Butler reportsSunday
Rev Samuel Gay pastor
Dec. 6 at the home of
Publicity Committee .
Morning worship .................. 11:00 Mrs. Beatrice Robinson, 1861 NW
63rd st., the Guild of Our Lady
CfUtrd 1 BAPTISTD. (Altar Guild) is sponsoring an
MT. SINAI
'l' to Advent Tea. An interesting pro-
B., reporterRev gram has been 'planned for your
me S. A Thomas, pastor enjoyment. The public is cordially

Sunday School....................... 13:0 invited. Mrs. Irene Alexander,
Morning worship .................... 11:00: directress.We .
Evening worship .................... 7:30 are now beginning oar
special Fall Solemn Evenson
: TRIUMPH CHURCH EBENEZER METHODIST services beginning /with the monthof

THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Prince H. Mobley, pastor December. On every 2nd and
Hall
Ii Rev. Aaron D pastor 4th Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m.
Sis S. Daniels, reporter Ernestine L. Htvmbrick. reporter( the church evening
at our services -
18 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959 School of Wisdom ................ 10:00 Sunday School....................... 9:31 will be ,named Solemn Evensong .
Evening service ........................ 8:00: Morning service .................... 11:00: with lOt Sacred
Y. P. E. Band ............................ 6:30: ( Evening service .................... 7OC: i Music. Mrs. a Berthenia program White,
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY I Overcoming of the Nazarene Tuesday and Friday..*......, 8:00: i M.S.M., will be our guest O lan- .

ST. JAMES A.M.E. ist the 2nd of this
The ,Baha'is of Florida will. 12101 S.W. 219th St. SALTER'S CHAPEL on Sunday
month, Dec. 13. To this .service
hold their annual State Conven- : Goulds, Fla. Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Rev. H McNeal Harris, pastor offer special dnvitaticn to
we a
tion Saturday and Sunday, Dec. Lawrence Reddick, pastor Ruth Twiggs, reporter Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter

5-6 at the Lucerne Hotel, 4101 Sunday School.................... 10OG: Sunday School.................... 9:30 Sunday School............... .... 9'30 the Christ public Episcopal Church and
Collins Ave., !Miami Beach.. An Morning !Worship ................ 11:00' : Morning worship ...."........... ...11:00 Morning worship ................... 11:00: the Church of the Incarnation are "
Area Teaching Workshop will be Evangelistic Service ............ 8:00: ACE League ............................ 5:30 ACE :League ............................ 5:30: presenting Bernard Hunter,
held on Saturday 2 to 4 p.m., a Fri.-Prayer and Bible ........ 8:00: Evening worship ......,............. 7:00 Evening worship .................... 7:00: M-SoM., concert organist in an
dinner Saturday at 7pjn.
fellowship ,
You are cordially invited to organ recital on Dec. 2 at the
and the convention will beheld New Testament Nazarene
FIRST BAPTISTThe attend services at St. James Sun church of the Incarnation, at 5
All
4 <
10 to
Sunday ajn. rpm
these activities will be held in 1645 N.W. 1st Court Woman's Day drive /was day, beginning with the Sunday p.m. Subscription $1.00. Tickets
Lawrence Reddick, pastor School at 9:30 ajn. are now on sale.
the Geneva Room of the hotel most successful spiritually and fi-
Mazella !Reddick, associate At the morning service the Just a note about the Fellow-
About 150 Baha'is from all partsof nancially. The morning speaker'
the state are expected to attend Sunday School....................... 10:00: Mrs. Evergreen Murphy ol pastor will preach and will use ship Hour on last Sunday sponsored .
Morning worship ................ 11:00: Mt. Zion Baptist Church chose as his subject, "Where Do You' by the Episcopal Church-
Evangelistic Service ................ 8:00: her dscourse from the theme of Live?" The Holy Communion will wcmen of the Incarnation. We do
Wed.-Prayer and Bible .... 8:00: the Woman's Faith be administered at both morning feel it. was a successful affair all
.
.. Bethel Apostolic TempleDoris Day program, j 1 and evening service. around and want to thank all the
And surely she wordsof
spoke
R. Akins, pastor many All interested persons and wonderful participants. Here we
A
Day of Retreat at wisdom on the subject that we I
J. Lafluer, assistantSis. shall cherish for to young people of the church and want to compliment William
T. Wallace, reporter Roly RedeemerA many years community are invited to attend Jackson, director of the Dorsey
2310 N.W. 58th Street come.The evening service the ACE League at 5:30 pan A Junior High School choir for that
was com-
Sunday School....................... 10:00 Day of Retreat will be held posed of a most enlightening treat is. in store for all who attend wonderful choir. They are very
Morning worship ................ 11:45: Sunday, Dec. 6 at Holy Redeemer musical which good. You should hear them if
Evening worship .................... 7:30: Church, 1301 NW 71st st. Sis- program With the fervor everyoneenjoyed always I you haven't. Mr. Johnson Is a
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST member of the Incarnation. We'
ter
Anthony of Assumption accorded such fine
a program.
are proud of him Mrs. Levi John
Academy :will deliver the first Under the direction of Chair- I Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor president
son
spiritual talk at 9 a.m. Mass and man Emma Macon and Cochairman Phvllls! Myers, reporter

Communion at ,1 a.m. will be Bernice Hill, the total receipts Sunday School.....................,. 9:80:
followed toy a breakfast. Father for the day was $2,706.05.1 Morning worship .................... 11:00:
Moore of St. Michael's Church Sis Ella Baker having raised the BTU .................?........................ 5:30: YOUR MORTGAGE
y will gtve a talk at noon. A question highest amount of $158.50Was/ Evening worship .................... 7:00 I
and answer [period will be crowned Mrs. First Baptist Senior I PAYMENTSAre
succeeded !by a chicken dinner at and Sis Lucille Edwards, Sunday evening, at 3 o'clock
s 2:30: pmt There iwlll be another who came very close to her with there will be a program given at Too High!
conference at 3:30: p.m. and Sta- '$158, was crowned Mrs. First the home of Mrs. E. Wilcox, 172C
tons of the Cross and Benedictionof .Baptist Junior.Everything NW 68th St., for the Willing You are getting behind, you
the Blessed Sacrament will iwas carried out in Worker on their anniversary.
Asking all members and friendsto need cash !
terminate the day.It an orderly manner and we had some extra now
s is the desire of the priestsof many visitors ,for the day. Won't be present and on time. TAYLOR lower
The sick and shut-ins Sis can get you
t a S. the !parish that all women yiou visit us soon? You are always are:
from Holy Redeemer and St welcome at First Baptist M. James, Sis. A. Florence, Sis. payments, cash now, and
Augustine's Churches attend this A. Williams and Deacon J. Ca-

1a "day' 'with God." (Many spiritual TRINITY C. M. E. nady. help make your paymentsfor
blessings will !be granted at this
unusual time. 2020 N.W. 5th CourtW. BETHEL BAPTIST you.

Tickets may !be secured at the O. Geary, minister
rectory or school office. The Church School.....,................. 9:30: Rev.Richmond Heights Phone FR 9-t 703
mothers of the school children Morning worship .......j......... 11:00: L. R. Ron. Pastor
Evening worship .................... 7:00: i Jean E. Scott, reporter< J. R. TAYLORLicensed
are urged to attend this day of
iI I Sunday School .........?............, 9:30:
1'e oll ec1J on. Other details may -- ---- Morning service .................... 11:00
-A revival with Rev. Warren A.I be had by calling PL 9-2369. MT. ZION A. M. E. BTU ............................................ 5:30: Mortgage BrokerTIGER .

Rogers of Detroit, Mich., will be ANTIOCH BAPTIST 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. Evening service .........?............. 7:00:
held Dec. 7-13 at the St. John's Opa Locka

Church of the Nazarene, 1476 NW Rev O. L. Hicks, associate, pastor Rev. C. J Jenkins, pastor
58th terrace. Services will toe' Minnie T Copeland reperter Sunday School............... v:30: a.m Join

held each evening at 7:45.: Sunday School.................... 9:30: Morning worship ............ 11 am The NAACP IS COMING!

Rev. Rogers plays the common Morning worship .....,............. 11:00: League ................................ 5 pjn I
handsaw trombone, banjo, Span- BTU .................. 5:30: Evening worshio ................ 7 p.ra 1

ish Guitar, he also offers tenor, Evening worship ................. 7OC: RUPTURE PILES o PROSTATE
MT. TABOR BAPTIST
baritone and bass solos. We wish to thank our visiting

This church was organized ministers for looking in on us in Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins

April 7, 1957 with 18 charter :person!: of (Rev. Turner, Rev. C. H Mrs. Lola Hicks reporter Effect/c! painless, non.aurglca| office treatments at low cost-

members. Today It is still in its Howerd, and Rev. Pratt who delivered NOTE: Visitors are always we) no loss time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzatlon. Why
infancy, but God has been in the the messages throughoutthe come.
organization and we believe suc- day, and our Rev. O. L. Hicks. Order of Service wear truss? Why suffer, delay, and get worse?

cess is ahead. This church is pas- On Sunday, Dec. 6, the Rev. C 3unday School] ........................ 9:3( CONSULTATION FREE 0 .
tored by Rev. )Lawrence Reddick E, Hill (from Lake Wales, will be Morning, worship 11:')C Special I medication, treatments diet for arthritis, neuritis, ulcers .

He'and the Elder Frank Bryant, ; the speaker. Let us turn out ina BTU ........................................ 5:30Rvenlng : blood sinus anemia
formerly of Florence, S. C., have< great number to hear him. ; worship .................... 7:31'BTU ( pressure, lost vigor, chronic diseasesof

beiun the Overcoming Church o the Nazarent at Goulds and soon Visitors are always welcome. "I
DR. REDUCING
LONG'S CLINIC
will begin the New Testament

Church of the Nazarent in Miami, NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH 21 8.W. 13th Ave. FR 3.2748 e A General Health Service
1645 NW First court. Beautiful Home oa

Come and bring your family and i Rev. H. C. Samuels, pastor. Your Lot
friends to hear Rev. Rogers as Mrs. Evelyn Granger, reporter

he brings the full gospel In word Sunday School .,.................. 0:30: Unu
and song at the St. John's Churchof I Morning service 11:00:
the Nazarene, 1476 NW 58tht BTU ... 5:30: ,, Would You Like To

t brace Evening worship .................. 7:30: S
There will be a musical pro-
Know
Mt. Pleasant Methodist gram on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 3 .
part sponsored by the Pastors
2170 Washington Street Aid Club, various choirs and
Opa Locka What to do to move Bad Luck? .
groups of the city will entertain Complete building service' I
Sunday School............... 9:30: aan You are welcome at all 4'
Morning worship ............ 11 .m. you.times. e PLANNINGBUILDING \04'4 What to do to get money i iP I.

Evening service 7:3G C 6 What to do to have Fast Luck

Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Instructions on e FINANCING What to do to stop one from
Your New Horn
drinking?
Catholic Faith j
4
402 N.W. 2nd Ave .
Hallandale Florida REPAIRINGREMODELING What to do to get a Job?
Rev Benjamin Franklin, pastor (Holy Redeemer School is of- .
Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter ferng instructions on the Catholic RENOVATING r What to do to move spell .
Evening Service 8 p.m Faith ,free of charge. These
*
Sunday School......,................ 9:30 lessons will be sent through the Over Twenty Years of What to do to uncross yourself

Morning service .................... 1100- mail; there is no obligation whatsoever Construction Experience Ok, What to do If you are sick
Evening service ......,..?_........... 7:00: You can Investigate the 90u I
BTU ............................................ 6:00 'teachings of the Roman Catholic Guaranteed tatocfactlon WHAT TO DO TO GET A NUMBER I
Church in your own home and A

St. John's of The Nazarene at your convenience. If you are 9 lGJmv
Interested, just send your name -r FOR INFORMATION ABOUT HOW
1476 N.W. 58th Terrace and address on a post card requesting -
Lawrence Reddick, pastor the Information. A book fi(3)( Call OX 1-1541 or go to i
Frank Bryant, Associate will be sent to you without any
NE 5-6171
Sunday School 9:45: charge so that you may leisurely JAMAICA CANDLE SHOP
Mrrnlng worship 11:00: examine Catholic claims and doc- 1121 N.W 29th Street
NYPS 6:30: trine, This Is a public service so Miami 6965 N.W,15th Avenue Miami, Fla.
Evangelistic] Service! 7:45: that adults may be enabled to

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MORNING STAR BAPTIST r .
METROPOLITAN AME THE MIAMI TIMES 'The .'
I People Newspaper" PAGE IS
514 NW 23rd Street Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor __,

Rev. I. Clayton, pastor Sunday School...................... 93:0 ,
Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter Morning worship .................... 11:00
Sunday School .........,............. 93:0 Evening worship 7:00
Morning service ...............?... 11:80
BTU .,...111.111....1.11.1.11..1111..111.1..1 5:30: CORINTH BAPTIST
Evening service ..,1..1..1....... 7:30
are welcome. Rev. W T. Thomas, pastor
Phone NE 5-1518

NEW HOPE BAPTIST Sunday School...................... 930:
Morning worship, 11:00
UtJI1tl1! (>1S E. Drown pastor Evening
worship 7:30
Urn Vando'1'
Bovan. reporter Ccme and hear a gospel preacher
i I
Morning worship ................ 11:00: and successful pastor .
Evening worship .................... 7:00 i iGRACI
BTU ............................................ 5:30 :. NR,Lbli 1 I L.nlA; I
ST. LUKE BAPTIST
'I 14 th Ave. and 69th StreetSunday .,
Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter School........... 9:30: ajn
Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor ,, x,.
Morning Service 11:00
Sunday School.,,,.,................. 8:30: Westminster 6:00: a.m I i l : ..+
Fellowship
Mnrnlng! worship ................ 11:00,:'. : pjn I1i k .r
BYPU ... ,....................... 5:30: ; I II
Evening w. worship I............. 7:00 I
MARTIN MLMOKIAL AMt

Matthew Tempi AMEZ I II I Richnrmnu neighs I r" .

1628 N.W 5th Ave. It'.' her: f Joflf" ytstni .

Sunday School...................... 93:0 Milma Harris, reporter
: School....................... ;
Morning ............... ... Sunday : -w :
worship 11:00 -
? 11:00 I .
. Morning worship .................... : .
Evening ..
worship .. ............, 7:00
: ACE League .......-................... 4:30
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Evening woLship .................... 7,00:


N,W' 4th Ave and 16th Ten GREATER NEW BETHEL .---......--------.--

Phone FR 9-1424. Rev. W. K. Smith. pastor Members cf the Wedding art scholarship funds. Gamma Delta The group picture shows the

......... .MASSES.1.1y ... .. Mrs. I K Conle)'. Clerk the lovely bride, Kathy Wytch, II hauler is in the process of laying entire wedding party, hap \ .. ............. 8 a,mSunda the handsome the for '
young groundwork their
... 7.. 1< A 40 , Morning worship ................ 11:00: Dwaln groom 26th : beautifully 'turned out for the
Sunday School...................... 9:30: Vaughn, and the dignified Boule which will convene In Miami occasion
FRIENDSHIP BTU ........................................... 5:30 minister, John Culmer, busily : during the Christmas holi-
BAPTIST Evening worship .................... 7:10: reading :from his script. days.
These were the main
participants
Rev. C. J, 1
Burney. pastor in the Tom Thumb NoticeYou
Wedding Recently the sorority observed
Claudia Wilson ST. PAUL A. M. E.nt'v. .
reporter
sponsored by the Founders
Ryndav School..............,1..... 9:30: J. D. Gamma Rho Sorority. This Sigma event at Day the Church by worshipping of the together and yours are invited to
Mmrning worship .................... 11:00 Washington pastor climaxed an annual drive for Door CongregationalYi Open attend a Candle Light Tea, Dec.
19th SI
and 4th
Court
.. ........ I,
Evening worship /.1. 7:00: Sunday School....................... 9:30: .. ..- _. 13 from 4 to 6 pm., 18th Psalm .
Morning worship .................... 11'00: 28th verse, for thou wilt light
,'""I. MARY'S W. M. ACE League ............................ 5:30: my candle: the Lord my God will
Evening worship .................... 7:00 enlighten my darkness, a mes-
Qrv E A. Culmer. pastor sage will be given.

Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter BETHANY BAPTIST h Sister Edna Fields
Sunrtav School....................... 9:30 343 NW 9th St. lEVERYONE'S
Apt
Morning worship ......'.......... 11:00 3078 N.W. 45th St. 1 __
FVl'nin worship .,.' 7:30: Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor : A ,
Marjorie Shelby, reporter -
Sunday School: was opened by Sunday School! 11..1.,1......,. 9:30: ,pig K 1.1 g 1
We Ru.pt. Mrs. Worthy. Devotional Morning worship ....1.1.1 11:00:

prayer by the pastor. Classes BTU ............................................5:30: F
t."k their respective .;laces with Evening. worship .................... 7:00:
ts*.'r teachers at their posts. Lesson -
) reviewed by ''Rev. Nlokson. a KELLY'S CHAPEL E BUZZING ABOUT
".'.'of'nll minister from the Ba- '
tiTi"q Miss Carol Paul, acting Esther McNeil, reporter
'5"'''retary. i Rev. Leroy Dell pastor jl L F THE 5 POINT

r."rv'c.s begin at 11 a.m. with Sunday School .................1.11.. 9:49:
,hP pastor in charge. Lecture by Morning worship .................... 11:00 PLAN !I.
if'" -\"'or. Rev. Nicfcson deliv- M. Y. F. 6:00: .
..--<'.* the sermon He preached !Evening worship ...,1.,1.1.., 7:30 -
:t''''m Pia'm! 95:7, theme "Today caArr
:''f vu hear my voice, harden not ANTIOCH BAPTIST
wtr heart." The service, was i ,
Ri'v t 0 W Foster 'pan or
rVh with the Holy Spirit. No. 2 ,\ I I. |III'ln8011.' reporterSunday -

rhor! furnished music with their ......... ..
School.. ....... ... 9:45:
o"rztnst! Mrs. V. Hlggs, No. one Morning Service ....,............... 11:00
ushers served. BTU ............................................ 5:30: yo. oo.dc.cy-kyc r
We are still praying for out Evening: worship .................,. 7:06 !' Mr'
cj.'ck! here and elsewhere. ENROLL NOW IN

Zion Hope M. Baptist
Church of Transfiguration SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave. o
(Episcopal Sunday School 9:30 Life Long Profession UCTIO$ '
a
?vn N W. 152nd Terr.
Morning Service 11:00
Ven John E. Culmer
priest In charge BTU 8:00 Florida' Oldest, Reliable and Complete School

Startler Sweeting, reporter (Evening Service 7:00 MAKE SURE
Services every Sunday I (Tuesday night! ) 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4.9998
Prayer Meeting 1:00 I I TO SEE THE
Morning worship/ 11.,1..1.11... 9:30: I
uiMtv School .....<...?........... 10:30: '
TEMPLE BAPTIST MODEL HOME

TRINITY WESLEYAN Rrv T" A Thompson' pastor TV SALE C345 N.W. 27th Av..

)q"v, rpone E Johnson qtnti"v School........... ........ .:30 at N.W. 02nd 0t.
'Mrt Andrews pastor N,.,."Ing! worship ...?......*....... 11:00 ONLY $1.00 DOWN
!:' ,.14..Phyllis vhool ...,...reporter..91.L4 R'I"tT ....... .. ...................... 5:30 (Perking, Am of Merino Mtrtet
............. DAVID JEWELERS
worship ...... T:00
! RventnR :
\11""ln" worship ................ llrOC
1vnnhv ""nnl" M ttno < p.m Firsrt Sunday services will be 1188 IN.W. 3rd Ave. FR 41522Opposite

as usual. Testimonial and Covenant Bonded Collection Agency ,
Church of The Open Door meeting at 11 am. The Lord's
<5irp r will be administered dur- Weekly Hours: .
Dr. H. C. McDowell pastor 'ing the morning and evening. 8:30 ..m. to 12:30 p.m.-3 to 7 p.m. 'r r A1,
A. f E.!: MeNwil reporter
The cholm will serve Jointly.
The Every Member Financial Parents are unred to send their '
Canvass last Sunday was quite a I children out on time to rehearsefor
success Rev. Robbin Ralph, our the Christmas exercise. The
sate superintendent and Dr. Irs leaders are doing all they can to "
Black from the Home Mission orenare the kiddies for a fine FR 9-6265 Office Hourtt 3 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Board, were here in Miami Tuesday program. Cooperation, please.
to confer with Rev. McDowell The Rev. C, H. Thompson who
and officers of the church. has been worshipping with us
Sunday is regular Communion during his stav as truest of the WHY NOT BE HAPPY ?
service and the ,fellowship of new pastor. returned to Nassau, Baha-
members who have signed the mas on Friday. He Is pastor of
charter during the month of November Transfiguration Baptist and spent
three months vacation In Tampa
Friends and visitors are always and Miami. BISHOP W. J. DAVIS
See
welcome to attend our,Sun- .
day morning service at 11 a.m. at ST. JAMES BAPTIST
the Seventh Day Adventist School and Spiritual Advisor
Teacher of Metaphysics
.
Rev. .T \. Jnhn.nn pgstrrcnrolsv
auditorium, '''NW 50th st. and 24th
Ser"'cu
ave. "' ,,",hy S.honl ............ 9:30 sin Will help solve your problems, will tell you how to be cured of thingsyou

ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E """"tng Worship 1100 n rrTT were not born with, you can be made happy, successful and get out
.. .. ..... ............ "'*0 pjnF have love marriage problems problems
trouble. problems
of If
.. you money
....
Rev. E. M. Blocker, minister nlp* Worship 7:30: p.mVlrirn.
Cloe Sweeting, reporter .; ","..Av..i.'fwlme1A why not consult Bishop Davit today.

Sunday School ......._...?-..-... 0:30 : : v w. 14th Bt.MEN'S .
Morning worship .._._ 11:00 Information Given Strictly ConfidentialYou

ACE League ._....._....._... :00
Evening worship ......_..... 7:00 Y'a CLUB I will be turpirsed at the results you can see in 7 hours after the

GREATER BETHEL A.M.ERev. Christmas Tree Sales : work is finished. .

S. A. Cousin pastor Helps YOUth 260 N.W. 8th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA
Mrs. Jenette Folson reporter
Sunday School ............. . 930 Make Deposit Today
Morning worship __ 11:00
Call
Evening worship ...............- 7:00 QXfqrd 6-0231 .




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MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE THANKS -- :_ : : : 1

20 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959LOVELY I The Para. Villa ConvalescentHome Store
1910 NW 72nd .st. wishes Brownsville Drug

. . vo express its sincere thanks
.
'J-'f! lN'l mi: appreciation to all persons Orders
O Prescriptions Drugs Money
o
LADIES SLIM DOWN nd organizations who so _kindly .
Beautiful Xmas Gifts Small Deposit
See our
:tona too fruit and foods durln'gthe
YOUR., HOME Thanksgiving holiday. Word.scannot Will Hold
TOYS COSMETIC GIFTS TREE DECORATIONS
express our heartfelt
DOLLS ..
\ STAUFFERHOME thanks. May God bless you) all.
W. W. WELTERS, Reg. Pharm., Prop. FREE DELIVERY
t PLAN ''Earnest and Mary Anderson prop., 4634 N.W. 27th Ave. NE 4-7233

HOMES Offers you reducing in D12 1._ _- ._ ---.__ _:- -'. -.-._ :
your own home. Free dem "' !

onstration. Call FR 3.6977:
Meet friends
Indf ,your at.DOC'S Yes-The Best People Live at . ,
FOR SALEIn

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Northwest55th BAR APARTMENTS

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;;ft; Oversized Living Room Sparate Dining Area :;1 1Jt
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On'v $795 Down New 3-bedroom CBS Home

Meat-Low Prices !tlti C See 1946 N.W. 152nd Terrace ,. Onlv $995 Down ;2 21:
Fresh i bedroom Florida screened rear p:n this Sunday 1-6 p.m. Mr. Elliott : =
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:Ui porch. Built-in oven and range. Only See 3099 N.W. 58th Street
;U; one mortgage. No closing costs. Open Shower doors, blinds, utility room :u i

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._; North Miami Beach, 3.b droom CBS OnV $395 Down ''t. ,
SICK ? s Brand new. $495 down. No
TV closing
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at: costa. See 1570 ''N.E. 154th Street. We have 2 CBS hom:s, 2bedrooms. ? :
Good buys. Priced low. West of NW .11r
3c ti= City water. Shopping center, buses.
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. '21', M. ......AU 27th ave. on 60th St. and NW 61st ftr i .
= Downtown, new CBS store building. St. Close to bus. First deposit will :X.=

SAME DAY SERVICE .. ?. U' Either rent or sell. Good location. hold. en:=
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS 'U s Next to commercial and large rental
i i area. Ideal for grocery, barber shop, 12
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'iUt'' beauty parlor. Will sell for $995 > Z,
Picture Tube Special17jnch :;ut down. One mortgage.i We must sell this very good 2-bed- f J
room CBS home fast in order to r. ,
-$22.95 21-inch. -$29.954h :U Terrific Corner Duplex CBS settle estate. So price has been great8 2 y,"*"
2 Two years old, hardwood floors, 2- ly reduced. Front and rear screened .. t

SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .................... $2.50 r iU b ilrooms each side with living room, porches. City water, landscaped. Best f1'l' j
; ? dining room, .large kitchen, modern Miami location. Need $3,000 down.
Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges ;AIM J bathroom, front porch. Close to Has 4i/a percsnt first mortgage. In. ,!
Shells. Shown by appointment. Call eludes insurance and taxes. See 1848 '
Just received shipment of 45 RPM phonograph W.
= NW 57th St.
Records All late hits. Special-3 lor $1.00 :JC u& us. .j .,


Vets Radio & TV Co. a FAIRREALTY I J'Hj


939; N.W. 3rd Ave. We are open every dr y 9 to 6 p.m. including Sundays

J|i 20 N.W. 62nd Street'. Phone PL 7-1645 ..

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