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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 4, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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.. Council. the ta ing Park. Memorial Lincoln in
opportunity equal
citi the all for
.car.Sherift.McCoI1, time funeral until Friday.1 L D a B Riverside the by polio"t paralyti over wan Is for fight the of brunt the ried accord- ,country entire the for 'interment with arrangements of.

last the, dorinj here knot the !tied' p.m.hl 1 7 from home funeral the at ,-employed been had He relatives.,other '.iistorl IBght i&fl tba m.Tea wffl aa41. SOB davghter.. ay-says she car- has who ,lawyer Va. study "pilot") a is surburbia from I charge in Mortuary; Richardson
can body officiating "'
seen be The TV and radio .
happier ' several and nephews four nieces ... JAMAICA a Broadway stante is -Richmond Hill W. Oliver Attorney L ;Johnson
persons 7,919 1 that side Middns C. I. Rev.\!'the with Home $ Louise belt, ,star ,el artist famed The z. DIm of March 1858 the& In citizenship.: full for him, excluded and cities large the /rfffHatft Thedlord
nine A. Taylor screen '
< also$ clerk Allen S. M.} the of tion !Miami Rev. Church Baptist John St. at
reported who extent
the on l Funeral campaign volnaUer aa serving are children teenage her fight the in high it hold and torch to Negro the limited has
Judges county ,'Paxiey''Nolle, .. 'I' direc- the under Church Baptist) Mrs. aunt an Beach Palm West,, worker tab Home Miss J Dimts. ,ef March rat the In Home Lena enlists the up'take to others inspire to great a to which ,problem politan 3:30: at 6 Jan. afternoon Monday
by Tuesday nMrs.\ *;J.." Tb1';:;\ Olivette"\ ) at pjn. 1 at Saturday of Duncombe Maude! Mrs. POLIO AGAINST TEENS' Hicks Patty serve would service of type metro- pariiclar this of tigation !held be will services
services Funeral
{held be -sister a by survived is death,his renderingthat for award the of ing .
oreed. Xd1 i ' death. his until 1343 from priorto weeks ten only died Jesse., .1 giv- the that felt and sideration inves- honest committee's' The relives.2uuteral other several,

In problemsy\permanently 1 \\ r I wife. whose Thompson a f'dy' a ar con- its for fraternity !the thanked "t' !and ementary Moton R. R.
She ordeaL the throughout racially of principal Fannin Linnle!
marriage their solved couples Hospital.Mr.morial :proJect housing exclusive Mrs.
torates. i. Me- Jackson at arrival on # shown has she that t tude large be will sister-in-law a ;Jackson Hunter
Dade 4.742 Some exuding an with another ,
-County are percent 42 which was and market atti- Christian ,
doe- earned pronounceddead .a. .c. serenity MarylandLevittown proposed the whethef Mattie Mrs. cousin a ;Elementary
along humbleness and
of faculty present its of quilt ->local a at shopping while stricken ,
DIVORCED 4,742 the in is however t.improvement: was Thompson Mr., Saturday. zy' .calm. same the displayed Bates investigate to committee the Lee :JRE at teacher Rosa ;Salon
greatest The 1958. fall in tion last suddenly died' c place 5th NW Mrs. award the accepting asked Va Hampton of McGhee Beauty Modernistic of

;MARRIED 7,916 I opera-curriculum full for expanded adopted greatly been has '-1641 another Thompson of Miamian"Jim"pioneer James I .made.In was award the when long Bullock Nancy' Dr. is president proprietor Elmira sisters 2 :high ver

being is plant and 'loud cheered Conclave The whose Council The plans. Car-, W. G. at instructor-coach:
anda-physical improved the minimum crisis.. a great so of time the future determine to as well as xAlonzo,!, brother Aa; William

"I night.& the for( poach -reQuirement the exceeded has endowment .L displayedin, they that courage and -:Negro the barring of means present father a by survived Jar Fannin
bravery} fortitude me! for children ,
school ,high 1} ,his of home, the at its ;1954 in Program Development r )t >s. : the congratulated and Bates investigate thoroughly ,should friends.

wasataylag rEara Mrs, .} lauded selection the made commute* : the that is many his among figure popular:}

.12. ,WlUUm which ,Committee! Week -consultant ACHR, Cooke. Paul.Dr. to a a was and II. War World during
.. -Achievement the of chairman according position ACHR The Army the in years several for
and ___ ___ __ __ ,
)' ..j. A L A hf -Whitehead J. Matthew Dr. served .He him knew who all by
2 ,
George : s T -admitted were they when school high area. Washington' metropolitan rejected, well was Fannin
went bomb ; i ale all-white.; once the at existed that the controlling jurisdiction legal unassuming and reserved\ Quiet
up several the by caused problems;
Av strife and strain the under '
University. New
York from
of kinds all study to
stood who Year" The of Citizens
porch front i : ; "As children nine the and Bates -established: Is Congress S. U. 85th the degree master's his received later
and ; .Mrs. to made was award : of session first the of end the at He degree. bscaelor's' his earned
AC -. approved ,committee new The he where College State Virginia,
1 the L pjnjThe, 10 to 7:30: ,Sunday West. end College Morehouse
estate real.' : eF Hotel Kingsway") at held ") "counties. : -,Institute$ ee Tusk attended Fannin
t up and -ceremony unique;< very a in conclave -Virginia- and Maryland, in secretary its as tim a for served
side I annual 44th its at fraternity") Phi .Nation'jCapital the<< "bordering' housing 'and Club Collegians, the of ber
Psi Omega the by honored was from barred another, or method :mem- a was He Church. Baptist!
/ ,Arkansas Rock Little at School one through is housing private Institutional John St. with
IJ High Central in children: Negro or public in interested renter. I-affiliated'was and family pioneer
nine the keep to drive the and home-owner both citizen a of member a was Fannin
rnhtee. also He associates. his and Hill by -spearheaded who Bates Daisy Mrs. pressed Capital Nation's' the
Com Week Achievement t the by challenged been have state ion g Negroof the "whether study a for I i Mteml.
I dor' Jobs several the of one was I Domin- "Old" the in Negroes Bates Daisy Mrs. area metropolitan the. of problems to returning before!: years) several
winner the of selecting The upon perpetrated been have which the studying) Subcommittee for f City York New in work
state. the injustices the: of Many award. -District Senate-Home Joint the -government: did He Service. Postal 6.

; ) : i i voting prerequisite' as ,tax Year" the of Man.! "Omega Honor Omegas membersof to letters in Rights U. the in employee an also ject
J I po' the abolish to fight the led the given was Virginia& of *zen, Human on Council American Pro- Housing)( Scott E., James the
;designer fashloa *EMIl Jeanne J ;researcher esmeer Friend Charlotte Dr. rows' Bottom for, investigator an ,years recent
in was Fannin Mr. County Dade
I star.. .. rr' ,Maelteiuie GUile ,aeet tennis ,Gibson Althca: ;'editor poetry Romney Barbara ci teacher school former

\ student i science ,Lsmdcrabt Dorothy t freedom for fight .coontry'a' her fet courage" of( bol, BiasThe B Housing D.C. of Study Asks ACHR .illness.A brief a following Hospital

jew.7 past .
Surprise row Top
>ITS a as eked meat ffenfariaa Sstkeres Judith i wiaaer Memorial Jackson, in morning

) :'the during- achievements signal for'honored ,vianers. Award Merit 1957 Mademoiselle's' 1 CENTS 10 -PAGES 12 1958 ,4 JANUARY ,SATURDAY ,FLORIDA ,MIAMI 19 .No ,YEAR 35th Thursday 1366 Fannin died Jordan st 68th William NW .

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-en a. in plaintiff L>: i2.j who\
during< to suit
I on Collins Gov. Groveland the notorious ,
-- e :;+ McCalLT'Sheriff 1 21 Dec. .
Hawkins Virgil of f relative: a Jr.
;t' 'hocaned secretary field NAACP became who McCall. Sheriff ,
with conferred who attorney Melvin is youth The
Saunders Robert with touch arruted was Hawkins Young Hawkins
-Association fee was s NAACP State
in got parents Hawkins' Melvin
assailant. her
Florida the of chairman .
him: as him identify to asked when, Dec on McCaU J. lllis -
-redress legal Rodriquez. Francisco ,, ;f
seen never attorney NAACP/
-attacked hsd youths handcuffed two youth the before had and .
i:' 7 :' t the,that claimed sheriff The night. she said attacked been bid she b- conference .a fOlIftwed, ref -
a on another stated who woman the addition youth's The Branches. 'St'w' airect
I -parents the to repbrt would at road deserted ,
rape NAACP Current! B. Gftnfer by>*
1I -attorney state's the that said He boy. wounded: severely} and fatally In place. took ;
1 the' 'befall would harm no that -prisoner one shot McCall Sheriff nightthe'.alleged the,house; his leave not did ,received information ;according'to, S DIIi FAN
be ) tigaticn v trial second their to youths boy. the family Hawkins' young 24 Dec. on released ws''19 ,Dec !
and made would ;
in- an that Saunders Mr. assured: accused the of two Driving wife. of member a to According f' ,since rape alleged it J j Pia': : I

.: of Young Collins Gov. harm. from boy I house- young a raping of accused sdrooL,: County Lake a in /J.i/J WILtfM' :

Year The Women Ten' protectthe State the that urged and were youths four which in case\i law ;'Florida of University the ter inicado held boy 4idearold It L <'f' >,

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THE MIAMI TlMES--'The: }People, Newspaper" "
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THE HOLIDAY. .ea on. once 'TWAS A PLEASURE to see
I again proved to be the most pop so many students home for the
I ular time of the entire year. holiday season. Among them
Gaiety dominated the local scene were Pearl Looktoart, GwendolynMoon
-f. and many a holidayer open- Roston Miller, David Rob-
ed his home for his friends to inson, Theodore Cooper, Benja-
|I come In and enjoy min Heidt, Howard.
[I his hospitality -
Among Oscar Edwards, Leo Adderly,
i the party givers Paul Thompson, Patridk Range,
'were the Beanie Reginald Carter, Donald Hop-'
I'O' crrys who kins, Morehouse.
I Initiated< sixty of Moses Johnson, Gloria Smith,
I their friends Cynthia Smith, Richard Dunn,
Catherine Bethune-Cook-
(only those who mian. Smith;

are not weight: Juanita Gabriel, Barbara Woo-
conscious) to ten, Bartwtra Gray, Morris Brown.
*joy barbecued Clarice Young, Shirley Ham-
chicken a la bennte. lin, Irene Harris, Shirley Hadley,
.# Knoxville ,
THE JOLLIETTE SOCIAL Club Arthur Higgs Barbara Patterson -
held its annual Christmas cocktail Clinton Pitts, Glen Johnson,
dance at the Harlem Square Lynn Johnson, ,Shirley Torres,
Marie Cooper, Tennessee A&I.
Ballroom. Highlighting; the evening -
was the presentation of club Jeanne Solomon, Evadney Cur-
members (including John Ed- lin, Thirlee Smith. Fisk

wards, the only male in the,I Carolyn Bennett, Gloria Smith, One of the most beautiful floats to appear float and drew loud applause from the

group) to the* guests.V Patricia Hopkins, letta Jones, in the Orange'' Blossom Classic pa- spectators as they waved, and smiled to

ALPHA Kappa Alphas' entertained Veronica Dean, Theorla Houston, rade recently was that of Pan American the huge crowd.

'one bundled thirty handpicked Benne World Airways. The float was built around Shown left to right are Ruthie Mae
Delores Smith Janice Aranha
from Dade's "Leader in World Air Trans Lula Mae Eddie Mae
: teenagers Clifford McDuffie, Willie Perry, the theme, Hardy, Royal, Roy
hUh schools at a breakfast dance. and Pan American aJ Jessie Mae Smith
Byron Mitchell, George Kllpat- portation pictured two Virginia Halyard, ,
afair the
One week prior U the lesson in rich Jr., Bobby Kendrick, FAMU. Clippers and a huge globe of the and Louise! Smith. Roosevelt Winfield was

party invitees protocol were given. The report is' Dalsy Harris, Iva Perry, Clark. world. in charge ,of the 'float: Johnson of Miami''
Gerald Pratt Williard Tolliver
t I
that there fewer weUflowerfl than Southern. Six local beauties graced the beautiful photo.'JAMES'.

usual . ., and that everyone, ,,Myrna Range, Spellman; .Car- w
said "how-do- .. -
when Introduced ,
men Dean N. Cv State; Rosalyn
you-do. instead -of 'please Williams, Talliadega; Leona John- her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George

meet cha.M * son, Clafflin, Fernley Murray, Indiana Styles for the hoUds)'!.
U.; Earl White, Dlllard;
THE ORCHESTRA *t the Del. Frlmmitt Griffin, U. of Michigan; I
ta-Que formt'ml1de a big hit also home from various schools Miss Hazel Lockett of Chicago, .
with guests .*. Many of whom were Mary Eleanor John, Charles spent the Christmas holidays in
expressed the desire to have more Miami as guest of Miss Enid 4
Lowrle, Roslyn Denson, Lucius 5 & lOc STORE
mal dances. Most appealing selections Brownsville. Miss LoCkett arrived -
of the evening was-the nolds. 'and'Clyde_! Smith, on Monday, Dec. 23, via'' Del- 1200 NW.: 3rd Ave. Phone FR 39481
paraphasing rendition ofMr.\( ,. ta Airlines, and left on her return r
Wonderful." trip Wednesday night, Jan. m
* Personal MentionMr. On her
Michigan, 1. return trip she stop- Mops ......1..1,1...... 65* ea. Savings Banks *....... 10* ea.
HOME 'FROM Flint, ped over in Atlanta for a short rn
where they are presently employed "' :: :: visit., Broom ..1..1..1.1... 1.07 ea. Plastic Drapes ........ 1.00'Pl'.

teacher(he) are as and intern Mrs.; she Wil-asa and Mrs. Ernest J, Stirrupof Miss Lockett is a teacher in the Linoleum Pieces .... 77* ea. Shelf' Paper ............ 2,for 25*'

liam Oamplbell (Evelyn Cooper). 6901 ,NW 8th ave. were bless- school system in Chicago, and, I II Floor Rues ............ 1.49: ea. Halt Grease ............ 10* ea. I Ia
* ed with a baby girl, also teaches arts and crafts, pri- ,
MR. AND MRS. NEAL PATTERSON Annetta, on Christmas eve, at the vately. She is a social worker by I Towels ...-.................. 34* ea. I II Water Glasses ............. 1 O. eal;

(Grace Heastie the Christian Hospital. Mrs. Stirrup profession. She reported a wonderful I Wash Cloths ............ 10* ea. Toothpaste ................ 15* 'ea.Toothbrush .
is the former Bonnie M. Newbold.
visited stay in Miami and pledged 1
with\, relatives) of during Dee Ceo the Yuletide Mother and daughter doing fine. to return soon Dlsh'Towele ................ 15* ea. ................ 10* ea.

white their friends. Estelle Dish Raa'................ 10* ea. Thread, !Needles ........ 10* ea.
Miss Curtis 'Is adult
Hudson Pinkett tried to con- Mrs. Marion McGlaughlin of a young ,
Tincc her Baltimore born husband Columbus, Ga., is spending the program director of the Murrell x Simplicity Patterns Dress Materials
that Christmastime! in Miami holidays with her brotherinlawand Branch of the.YWCA and a member -
Is .as good a time as any for sister, Mr., and Mrs. Eugene of the faculty of Dorsey Jr. Zippers, Buttons, Crochet Thread and Needles '
E. Kemp. High ,
swimming.I \ ,
William Pinder Is home
MR! AND MRS. J AMES 'Jerry .
CRAFORD christened their tor the holidays from Milwaukee Emmett Kirksey, son of Band Mon. Thru Fri. 8 am.730 p.m. Sat til 9:30 p.m. I
"Spankmgnew Richmond School of Engineering in Wisconsin. Director: Leander A. Kirksey of Sunday 'til 12 noon
Heights home (on its acre and Roosevelt Iligh School West t
one half plot of land) during Palm Beach, and a sophomore at
Yuletide . We her that the Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Hutcheson Bethune-Cookman' College, spent
Maxie Millers (Marguerite) are left last Thursday\ night for the holidays as guest of Elliott
planning to set up their headquarters St. Louis Mo. as delegate from ScaveUa of 7134 NW 15th court. .
in Brownsville Sigma Alpha chapter to the Kirksey and ScaveUa ate classmates Classified
* Omega Psl Phi national conclave at Bethune.v Our Columns Get Fast Results
LOCAL: TES entertained \ - -
MANY Mr. and Mrs. Hollle McKenzieand I .
out-of-town guest . Among ,
daughter, Chandra of New I .w .A .AwAw h h hFor
them were sisters Sue Francis York City are: visiting with his I ,a 1
'whose sisters
and LJnnte Fannm mother and father-in-law, Mr. .
Jenkins,, of
Mesdames Stella and Mrs. Charles W. Culmer,I

York Phllly Journeyed and Cora down Koyt of. New. Enid 1275 NW 68th, terr. I Evening of Pleasure Visit The

guest Curtis Leroy,mat from Drowns had to Chicago their a,laid most nephew out. .charming the and, James welcome the- eve Mrs.with'night Lucretla a for party her C.on brother Eve New entertained James Years- I

and his sweet bride. Coleman of East Orange, N. J., RED BIRD BALLROOM i.;
who is spending the holidays
* here. 1I

WE MET James Taylor's peach Spending holidays; with her
state finance the other day . mother, Mrs. Spero Parker Co- : ii
930 N.IV. 2nd Avenue
Got a brief introduction to Miss kine. were Ottllle Parker Prather Opposite Ritz Theatre
Naomi Espy' niece, Mary: Howell and daughter Grocltla of Cuth- 1
who was enrouto to, May- bert, Ga.Going .
'Wood, HI, where she is a grade WE HAVE 'MANY CHARMING PRETTY GIRLS
school teacher.: Said "hello" toT to Winterhaven last
worker, Helen ,Fisher, who week to attend the funeral of her. M
was down from New York. niece, Miss Eddielee Adams, washer Who Will be Glad to Dance With You
*' s aunt, Mrs. Gertrude Flagg I ,' :;
Edwards and a friend and class- i '
mate Mrs. Hazel Grant. , .\
beaming over the fact that It's ; .,
favorite daughter, Luveoia Knox Mrs. Smith Ft. Pierces I .
and: her husband, Henry, are(expecting nt the holidays in Miami with t r 5 '.
the long-legged bird in her daughter, Mrs. Julia Clarke :, ., A
the very near future * May.God and ,Mrs. Louise' Bradley. '
bless you a million timceill! << Something New In the South for Your Pleasure ,
in Miami '' 1
Bob Yeager is visiting ?
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5 his parents; ,Dr. and Mrs. Carl E. Wl'rH ** *
THE C. M., JOILIVETTES of the Rev. J. N. 'Byrd, :
gave their annual New Years Eve 1835 NW 69th st. are, pleased to I ATMOSPHERE ,/
party: Tuesday night and more team that he is recovering from K '' i
than 50 guests came. Champagne! his recent illness. The' Rev. ByrdIs Open Nitely From 8 p.m. Until?" I'i
corks popped on the hour and pastor of Mt. Tabor Baptist
Bests enjoyed I dancing and, de- Church. S.d.
helens food that included the tra-. F 'i
'tfitfonal hoe Jowls and blade eye I Mrs. Eldoris Styles LeLarge of ;::11
p... I St. Augustine was in Miami with "aa. a a aa "ai'%

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...... ....... ..... ,... .... ,... '.... A Coffee SipA THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People New..per"

round Miami. for Coffee several Sip invited was the guests attraction who SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1058 PAGE, \, 3

enjoyed a delicious repast last
Sunday aiternaan when they
By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU met at 5 pm to enjoy'the hospitality -

-- --- ..... ...... '"-" -- of Mrs. Mary Ann Perry, I
the hostess at her home 1510 NW WANTED
'!HAPPY NEW YEAR, Y'ALL The Week "Tomorrow Night," 68th terrace. SALES EXECUTIVE
THE ;TALK of the town turn Cfab Calloway The openingof Those in attendance includedMrs. ,
I I' .ed out to be the arrest made by the new supper club,.Jim Jam, Willlan BaiUou, Mrs. Percy MALE OR FEMALE
(Officers Archie Langford and out on 75th street was a real Styles, Mrs. Sarah Pullum Mrs.
Maddox which tock place in the success The Jim Jam's policy is Kate Franklin, Mrs. Rosa Daniel Start the New Year right with a position of professional -
rear Of the Sir John Hotel last entertainment seven nights a and Little. Jackie Daniel.Announcement. -
week. These officers nabbed Ear) week. Music is furnished by standing offering high income

"Wahoo"! Robinson for posses Frank Brown and there is a very and ,prestige.' If you qualify you Will become a
sion of narcotics.' nice variety show which stars Gil
During the arrest : Nelson. If you are looking for a Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Joyner of sales representative of a multi-million dollar national
a struggle i joint or a rough place to go, don'tgo 2160 NW 5th place are this !week investment firm, selling mutual funds . small bud.
y ,occurred whet! to the Jim Jam. That is not it! announcing: the marriage of their than
Wahoo tried to Believe me. There is checkroom daughter, Miss Peggy Lou Joy- get ,investment starting at $10 per month can
swallow 18 capsules for hats, and you'll find ner to Adron B. Butler The lead to security and retirement.See .
I :. but Officer I your friends and the supper tlub marriage was performed on Sat- l
Langforc': atmosphere , with,,50 cents admission urday, Dec. 21 at 7 pjn. at the ".
saved 7 or 8 of and your joy juice at parsonage of Mt. Zion Baptist Jack Golomb, sales manager: : FIF Investing

the capsules as I liquor store prices. Jimmy aitd Church, with the Rev. Edward Tt Association Inc. 305jAmsley Building first thing
evidence. Meanwhile Charlie Hayek are planning to Graham pastor, officiating.- at 1Monda
".' on another buy big name attractions for your Miss' Joyner was attended by )'. FRanklin 71541. : I.
.street. world I enjoyment in this quiet, refined Miss Kay Frrnoes' Butler. Mr. I
''famous George Kirby (last year's I club. Miss Blanche Galloway, sister Butler is the son of Mrs. Bes. 4
i Cotton Club performer) was sitting I of Cab: is official hostess. lie Crawford of Savannah, Ga.
in the Wahoo I --- --- -- -- --
car owned by
land -was" also arrested by these MYRTLE JONES and trio are >>X{ ;
I officers, held for investigation back in full swing at the Mary
but later released. Mr Kirby was Elizabeth Lounge . and naturally Fair is From
"clean" . aod I am told he the place is swinging Realty Easy .to Buy
opens at the Fontainbleau to- One of the nicest and best places
; t rgbt. I've found to eat is at 15th ave. ,
and 68th terrace. The Royal VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 71645Start .

HALLELUJAH!! U IIPpene1l. Drive-in has good food and good( -.- ..-
'There were eight women on the service Note to all the huss-
golf course this week, which wasa lers: (especially the ones who've ----MI.
pleasant sight to see. From the been griping about trying to I
looks of It, the ladies on the make a living and send my boys
course may help us to play bet- to school) I gave up all of my .
ter golf.. Adhere to the rules of concessions. on the beach. Now
the coures, and add a little color go for yourself( . Make this -
to the,game. I hope that next your New Year's Resolution: .
week'there' will lie twice as many "Live Life every golden minuteof ''I
. Speaking of golf thanks to iL" Peace.HARLEM.
Steve "McMurray for his $1.00
.donation:, which gives us a total
of $9.00. We still need $91. Now SQUARE
that the ladies are getting In the
.act maybe they'll convince SWEET SHOPA
these husbands and boy friends
'f to give a little more. Please send OROOefttltCOLDCUTS
:your contributions to GOLF, care COSMETICS -
,of the Miami Times, and Garth 208 N.W. 10th St.
'C. Reeves will turn the money
'1 i over to our ''attorney.
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h fij. .', MISS KIM CIASKA, tx.tlc
.. dancer, has been knocking the
patrons the 535 Club. Kim
halls from New York City . 'KOREANVeterans
'Popular barmaid at the Mar y The New, Year Right Don't Pay Rent
:e :Elizabeth has lost a lot pf weight .
.. . in all the important places, r .....
too. Too bad too bad. We liked
;her as she was . Johnny Ware,' USE YOUR Gt BILLNOW $x'95 ,DOWN
;former car salesman, has been
;appointed. general supervisor of' TO LEARN and New 3 Bedroom'CBS: Custom! 'Built .
Jill 10 of the Buttercup Shoppes. EARN

"Women between the ages of 25 NEW CLASSES More right Into this beautiful 3-bedroom large living
S ;and 43 may ajply for jobs asclerks new room, combination -
,j if they are Interested. NOW FORMING kitchen with 'built-in'oven and range, lovely cabinets, formica
i Johnny can be found at 53&-NW I bar, tile bath, front porch, rear patio, utility, tile roof and features
j -2nd ave. any toy JAN. 6 1 sliding door cabinets on huge.lot in Rainbow Park. Only one mortgage.No .

closing costs. Anyone cnn buy today. EZ terms on'balance.: Call today
HAVE MARKS former Miami Enroll now while there ar*
for appointment to reel I '
I niofrf!
: KAACP figure TO reported, in clap pMilnoa
I -this column some lime ago as
I, being deceased. We An happy to ALL CLASSES MEET $495 DO\N/N/ LIBERTY CITY $495 DOWN
say:1: ave is very ranch alive, now In The Evenings Cozy 2 bedroom home near Liberty
mauled end living la :New York. 'Handy Man's Special City. Elementary school Pay balance .
I Dave' is In town for the holidaysand I You are enticed to receive only etG'week. No i
: atlll telling those corny jokes Attractive 2 bedroom stucco home ., closing
full time
be Is so well known for . governneat on large Brown Sub lot. Needs cost. You can buy this. Hurry.
Celefadtes>: (as Mrs. Swing\ calls training
them) in town include: Billy willie attending eventng some work. Total price only DOWN TOWN-$705 DOWN.

Danidfi, Benny Payne, The Tren- glasses $5,755. EZ terms to you. See today. Lovely. 2 bedroom, living room,
niers, George Kirby, Charles'' dining room, kitchen, screened
Brown. .Amos Milburn" Paul and YOU MAY RECEIVES porch, good location will
/Aftafrft' Meeres, Jlmmte Randolph owner
Mauri) Leighton, Sloppy monthly' 'In SOME REAL GOOD BUYS IN paint, inside and out. Your choice

White The Step Brothers, The up to 160 training, OPA LOCKA of colors. EZ terms on balance.
Flamingos, Mrytto Jones Gil allowanceREGISTER Total price only $8,495. Don't wait
Nelson, Sally Blair, the HIli e s HOLLYWOODHALLANDALE .
Brothers,, .Napolean Reed, Buddy NOW EDISON CENTER
Rich, Flip Phillips, Gene Krupa Owner '
. and I don't .ell''equit, take over
'Course I mentioned OabbCallo- teoniiHteCommercial COCONUT GROVE payments on this gorgeous custom
way last week, and he'* still here.. built 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, only
Boy the town is junplnzl If I CARVER RANCH 10 months new, with large living
rnissed anybody maybe 111 catch "
room dining room formica
up. as $595 with bar inside
PHONE FR 3-1587 utility tile roof,
POLICEMAN of the w..k: Of. carport, large. lot, near school,
I fleer Roundtree. Pretty Girl of 265 N.W. 8th St o shopping and transportation. See
: The Week: Mayme Bondu. (I'm AREA, this and make offer. "Now."
banjo picking, again). Record of I r
N.W. 57th St. Near
N.W.,17th Ave, DANIA BARGAIN '

We have several v.ry.oOd buys in $595 DOWN f '

2 or 3 bedroom homes hi this lovely CBS '
beauty, 2 bedroom, tile bath, 1
Ii area. Paved' streets. City, water. living room, combination kitchen,

STAR MEAT MARKET Near everything Priced to sell with utility, carport, front porch. Priced
H EZ terms. Don't pay rent. CalL 1.'No closing costs. EZ to.....
: Check this bargain today

' J L: 1520 N.W. 62nd Street, Cash Q%fc for fry Let or Aires,

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i Fresb Meat- low Prices YOU ARE WELCOME. DAY'OR'HICItt-oPEN'. .9 to. 9 l

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1958TBMTOXA 1 I The sum of .$225,000,000 will be appropriated first '

year.While Firstlfrican
the President's recommendations sound good,

we will have to wait and see how -the Congress will

handle this matter. -

President Eisenhower will ask the Congress, meting Ship Docks

this month, for four billion dollars) federal aid to educa "

tion. The purpose is to catch up with Russia in the production

of scientists. At Ghana
There be
will some 40,000() scholarships, 'offered at
.. .. .
"Th TUM AM 17. A W Arti'pba.{ rd With Thaw'
$760 to $800 a year to provide college training for talented

omee at Ilia ".W. Thlr Avi... lllrcl, l1.rla.-T.b"wa 1dltd youngsters, awarded by state commissions or boards. By George F. 'McCrary for ANP
nat .* n.. IT. W, 10th ATM-TrfephoM PI .-/U/
ACCRA, Ghana -:- The "yolta

....... ee lie.... CUM Matt r,. Al...t 1. 1117 .*' tb. r... Oft Mlttnmt River," flagship of the'Black: Star
_..IfIIi. sager the set .f March I, 187 line; created by the newly*born
tuba .f Ibe JlfaU..1 Newepap.r JUST B OWSIN' African Negro nation of Ghana,
M.nt..r s t tkH. AtHGI.W N..... P.... was given a tumultuous welcome
PAUL R. HENRY e:1 when the 8,500 ton merchant vessel -

.. SKOlfeMCXD) KKCTKS, KAiUrGAXTH arrived at .Takoradi, her home
0. BBXVX8. A oeI.te Bdltor sad B....... >(.....' port on Tuesday.The .

BROWS' ship arrived on schedule
The New Year TV started witha
OMB TBAB $Ut BIX MONTHS $.... TUBES MONTHS bapg. There were the football (Harmony, Minn., News: "Since carrying automobiles a full and cargo general of cement,
"ames.! Marjan Anderson, Eartha 1939 railroad wages have increased merchandise. -
"CBBDO OV THB NEGRO PBK88" KItt, Duke Ellington end ,others. 187.4 per cent, and the Thus some 3$ years
after Marcus Garvey mile the
TUX NEGRO PRESS-eI1.... bt Auvrle e.. belt lead th. worldlr Some good movies, too. price of materials and supplies first effort in the United 'States
used by the railroads have a
.n ,seta, sad fc.tU.*I MUgvaUm* rhea It fteoorda to .T.rj uuut retard gjrie ship flying the flag the Black
.... .( *..., .lei .f'....... fete *.MUM and legal .1.".. Hatlnc ne mss, trot The Afro Asian Conference up 158.18 per cent. But the average Star Line arrived in of an African
law am ....-t.Jt. N.** Pros strives to help ...rT man la the flrn b 1tet tba .< losing on Wednesday has rapped revenue received for per. port.
I .... bmrt M U.f sr aaroa U held bac'. the Eisenhower Doctrine, forming one ton-mite Of freight *
vut most of it came from Russia's service increased only 422 percent 'Though Garvey was not therein
lelegate, so that's nothing in the same period." person to hail the achievementone

YE EDITOR'S: NOTEBOOKTHE -'.range. The Reds have lost .their of his greatest and most
\.fro-Asian alliance. Cuero, Texas, Record: . we faithful disciples who had
I provided -
call tothe attention of all f
I the leadership for the
NEW YEAR crea-
It's too bad to be Jellied over and sundry who think the gov tion of the shipping line, was ...
"0) cents, but that is what hape ernment can give them something there to lead
This week woe begin .another year of our life th 'ened to Hollis Gibson a farm/ for nothing the recent news re the cheering.

year 1958. It is Just three days, old. What is in store for vorkerat Perrine last Saturday. port that a concern in New York As thousands watched and

us is hard to .toll.Nevertheless as usual we will go on plan Roosevelt Bouie was held for the I is selling $20 gold pieces for $52 cheered, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah,

nine for our business, +and for things in general, that is the fatal stabbing of Gibson. -: in our current- folding money." I prime the minister of Ghana, Inspected -
guard of honor.formed by
way of life. I Too bad! Italian Ezio Selva was Wllmingtori,k star: "The the Naval Volunteer Force., When

Generally our custom is to take a restropective glance killed Instantly when his hydro .latest phase of the' (McClellan.ommittee's ) the Premier boarded ''the gaily
plane boat 'overturned doing 100 probe into theunion's decorated ship, followed by high
at happenings during the past year; we did a little bit of miles an hour In the Orange affairs involves New ranking cabinet officers, the

that in our editorial last week. This week we are not go Bowl 'Powenboat Regatta Intern York City's $50 million annual I packed throng erupted Into wild

ing to look back, we want to look forward. With this: national Grand Prix' at Halover garbage-hauling industry in cheering and spirited cries 'of
Beach on Sunday Teamster tradition, the garbage' "Freedom."
view we wish our patrons and friends A VERY HAPPY haulers, belonging to, the union

AND I PROSPEROUS. NEW "YEAR. Figures released now show have been charged with squeez. NKRUMAH WELCOMES

/ that Miaml-to-Fort; Pierce Sun ing out all other competition, us-
shine State Parkway in Its first ing gangster methods." OFFICERS AND CREWIn

year of operation has been a sue
SEE IT NOWIf an impressive
cess. The 110-mile parkway Hanover, Kansas, News: "Care aboard ceremony
handled 3,500,000! ) vehicles, and caution on the part of drivers ship, Nkrumah: welcomed
you missed seeing Marian Anderson in "See It carryIng and walkers would the 11 officers and 50 crewmen .

Now" on CBS on Tuesday, you have really missed 'something ] revenue 11,000,000 amounted over It's the death toll greatly 'Expect decrease the to who had brought the ship safely t

worthwhile seeing Miss Anderson was just great, 4000000. Now they are talking unexpected, and don't walk or the port British; Bedlam broke loose when

and her audience wherever she appeared, was keenly interested. about extending the turnpike to drive automatically. Thinkl After !the Ghanaian flag was lowered and
I the Georgia line. all, .you don't want to daydream flag of red, gold
your life away; green was raised to the mast-
Marian Anderson was sent by the United States to Oh yes, you already 'know that: head.!

the Far East as an, Ambassador of Goodwill She did her Oklahoma defeated Duke in the ''Reynoldsville, Pa. 'Star: "It i is At the quayside, Nkrumah said
Job 'extremely well, in fact, she is said to have been the Orange Bowl Classic by a score hard for the historian not to the Black Star Line, capitalized

most effective messenger of goodwill ever sent from this of 4827. More than 76,000 wit the draw Romans.a parallel between us and for over a million dollars, would
nessed the The couch of
game. ease! charter five aditional
country. and ships In
slowly order to give Ghana ,,_
Apart from her charming and beautiful contralto, I The three-young white boys cut the ground from under vice to Europe, America renllal'-and 1t
Hiss Anderson was welcomed wherever she was heard. who beat an old man to death that'empire. History has a way principal West African the

Miss Anderson spoke feelingly about the freedom of Negroes robbed him, were sentenced to 20 of repeating itself. We don't be The Premier also indicated ports in
lieve want It '
we to do
Imprisonment at
years so
by Circuit our subsequent \
by Abraham Lincoln and their progress and answer BUt statements that a
Judge Grady Crawford on Tues- expense. the priced. to prevent maritime school
ed many questions at a press conference. day. It is going to be high . we are to train Negro would be created -

One of the questions ,asked 'was: "Would she sing for -- going to have to realize that that Ghanaian ships Personnel in the Sb
Gov. Faubus of Little Rock, Ark,". to which she replied, in How traffic many accidents people,were killed dred football thousand scholarships fans in and stadiums a hun- can be fully manned by, Ghan-

"1 would be delighted if Gov. Faubus 'wishes to hear me." Answer: '143. -during 1W7, the biggest consumption of liquor; ians, from mess boy to captain

Places visited, included, Bankok, Burma, Bombay, Many of them could have been and cosmetics in the world: the GREAT BOON TO
New Delhi. Miss Anderson had 'the honor of being the alive today. Let us remember drive for a four day week sand

first American representative to be invited to speak at the that and drive carefully. The life little some beside more of the our luxuries are a AFRICAN BUSINESS
you save might be yours or some point when there
monument of Mahatma Gandhi. of your family.Personal 's a, possibility that we can lose During parliamentary debates
t See it Now" was produced by the well known commentator the whole, kit and kiboodle because ffCWuays before the arrival of
Edward R. Murrow and Fred Friendly. we are too occupied in ship, great emphasis was'
MentionSamuel bread and given to the
Marian Anderson rendered a splendid service for circuses"r businessmen could fact that African .

America. We are all very proud of, her. Stewart, his daughter,I from abroad on get goods The
/ Rose Marie and Barbara Wake. CIVIL DEFENSE BJadc: Star Line would thus be
motored to Ocala to visit Mr. and of 'great benefit to Negro busi
METRO GOVERNMENT Mrs. Samuel Stewart, grand pa
rents of Rose Marie, for the CLASS TORESUME ness.At
Our new metropolitan government including Dade's Christmas holidays. is present, the Black Star Line
26 municipalities should soon be taking. over certain interests operated Jointly with the Zim

functions from the city and getting things straightened !Mrs. Fortier( had as her I percent of of the Israel who own 40
guests for the gay season, her I ditions under con-
All volunteers
who have been which permit
sister Mrs. the
outManager'O. Theresa GhanaIan
B. Campbell has a big job ahead of him, v-ast Orange, N. J. and Gilbourne Mr. and of training with the Civil Defense government to buy them out-

lei's hope he will be able to handle it successfully. Mrs. Arthur Douglas of Tampa, Vocational hospital, Unit at Northwestern I at ten any is time. The board of dlrcc-
High School made
her brother and sister-in-law. are requested up of equal number
to resume attendance at of Negroes and Jew"S.

SMATHERS PLEADS SOUTH AMERICA Dr.! the next session, 8 p.m., Tuesday,
FOR and Mrs. Hugh Gloster .of Jn. 7.'in the school auditorium 'The connection With Zlm
fampton Institute the house the and
are Israeli
Senator George Smather, just back from a 16-day "e,ts of Mrs. Mary: Davis, a 7007 NW 12th ave. enabled Ghana shIpping interests has

fact-finding of South America recommends top level teacher at Northwestern.. Dr. Barry Dean will speak on shippIng connections to make vital
intervention from Washington to break up a. "powderkeg"bid "Care of the Psychological Needs trained staff for the fmmedIate to find
Undergrad off' I
chapter Howard- of Disaster "
Victims. operation '
by Communist to regain the lost beachhead in Guate- of th-e Une.
'tes gave a party during the hoiiay : There are openings for volun .
mala. I season at the home of Willie teers in the hospital unit. Civil
'erry: on Dec. 23. Defense announced. ,
There is "growing disillusionment. in Latin Ameri I women are invited to Men enroll and at Drive : '

cm over U. S. failure to implement its good neighbor pot; Gamma Zeta Chapter of Alpha the Jan. 7 meeting. Carefully .

cy 'wfth actions instead of words, says'Senator Smathen 'Cappa Alpha entertained with a
"There Is a feeling we are deserting 'them he de >akfast dance during the holllys t
, for some of the seniors) ofhe NEWS STOP MENSTRUAL
dared concerning new restrictive tariffs advocated by the high schools in our city. .; f,

Eisenhower administration. ..,.. BEFORE IT STARTS I W 11.1 :;r
Tho Congress meets on January 13. Maybe at that
. and nilm .prt-m.ittfn aJ. ttnsbaIMjr ;
:.ftfme some attention will be given Senator Smathers Sout Short Cut to Hell" t i .
,American pica providing the Congress will not bo toe 'nil ss.dl.e. dlwwry h.sY die- e. T r. '
p..ww..wt twi.a. ... on.di &hi aw..r.digwrmib.l .. ;
tied with sputnik affairs. Next ta** ...-u.tiNd..-- Jwt ...... ,
op at Capitol the
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_.,cam.MONEY'TO ...........-. ..... .. 1upI dun W Mond- ail whidte.... t '
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Shod Cut -- .
to TRA.H-QUnuz .
Hellthe .
stark ca. ..
TRAIN duos thor. ...
{ SCIENTISTS p'w.ures ego .
'cry g.a s4 mJoz..4 '
a paid killer > "
and a girl 1
0140 liod bel'- .
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who tries to change him. arrives ;
Grants to states will be on a 50-50 matching basis to his .... .. .., .... JaW Mat
coming Sunday at the Cap- ".
Ilwkte ,better testing of student abilities and aptitudes a .. '
, Theatre. Film star James t. r ClNrS l.sti tent'd. I ',
.*. ..1181' &* the seventh grade lev l. Cagney, wheY has portrayed a : PI"' ''''' ".f :
Matching grants. to states for more and better"teach* goodly share of killers during his ,""LwuL $2.00 i

...of detence' and"mathematics, (and an increase in teach luminow Paramount movie VinaVlslon'pro career, directedthe HARLEM DRUG & .1
maf pay,are among the recommendations being made. duction. 1400 N.W. 3rd Avenue ,

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Athletes Who had Governor Orders I SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, IMS* PAGES

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Allen U. Teachers of',Surgeons ',aDd' othr ._ioups.

Good Year in 1957 .; Fired Memphis Crump :wasgiven'by Mr. now1a> :ta Dr.
Hospital to be )I. >K; Gallison, chief of'staff.andto
.. Richard L. Durbin, assistant
COLUMBIA. (ANP) Reports -
GOOD WILL, TO !ATHLETES circulating about S o u t h Developed as administrator. 'in. charge Aof the
WHO.MADE EACH DAY A, ranks.' to the effect that Negro hospital Accreditation is
the professional Carolina ere
MERRY CHRPr| "" *'J AND, A I .' Gov. Bell' Timnu rmaa Jr., ha Teaching HospitalI I necessary before a teaching: pro
HAPPY NEW YEAR 'THE/ :BROKLYN D0G71 RS -; called Bishop I. H. Bonner, ;MEMPHIS (ANP) -+ TheE. gram can E>6 established.
BX CLAUDE TA'LORFor, ANP'I who'''' floundered miserably without AME prelate for South Carolina H. Crump Hospital perhaps Eventually* their quallfic**,
I the man who made them tick before hint and' demanded the the finest in the South for Nero lions' Warrant Negro physicians
Yuletide in previous years -'Jackie Robinson -' received full will be admitted to the staff. For
As the ,season becjcons dismissal of three professors: of patients has accre-
( 1 and the New Year closes the door Allen University, the denomina ditation from the Joint Commis- I Dry G. W., S Isb-Jr.,'does surgery
on the 1957 highlights 'Of sports, tion's college here: s'on on Ac"red'*-ton! n.*' Hospitals example ; already one surgeon.,
we should enumerate the magnNflcent the national rating body for host of widely varied types at Crump.Dn
moments athletes all 'over: first Negro to play ort the proud According to these reports, p11") , II S l .,t Irl has completed thfe three '
.. the world provided.for us during Oklahoma Sooners* football team Gov. Timmerman told Bishop ward the program making ther year residential requirements
and did it well.
the' banner year. Bonner' that thQ restoring of state hospital a teaching institution for looking toward theAmerican
\ And so, we send' out special WILLIE: MAYS who, Is undoubtedly accreditation to Allen\- Universityso Negro resident physicians and as Board of Surgery' -He spent one
congratulations( condolencesto the greatest baseball that its aduates'would' be such it will be the only Negro In- year at Tuskesce Veterans, a'
: t player in ,the game today but recognized to teach in S o u t )h sUution' with such rating exceptthe : year at Hin Hospital- In Chicago *
C n't win many awards because Carolina would only be imple Negro staffed Veterans- Hos and 'another !when 'he wa:
THE MILWAUKEE BRAVES-r, of the IQUSY team with which he mented if the three teachers,'two pital at Tuskegee, Ala head resident '-at Tyskegeo last
who proved to the worM that the has to play of whom are white and one ''col Vf\ F. Bowld, chairman ,of the year. His, 'record here at Crump.
New York Yankees are not in- ored were fired by Jan. >JO.< board of trustees for Memphis is characterized,' 'tw" exceptional. '

vincihle. .DON NEWCOMBE who had Bishop Bonner is said to have Hospitals who made the an The .' E..H-' ;)Cjump ,Hospiut;
to take a price cut in his 1858 : ?
nouncement and Robert C. Hardy,, which, is forv private Negro patients -
AARON to the
HAJfK who carried agreed governor's
salary only a year after being administrator of John Gaston .
was _dedicated in March,
the club most of the season with sure threats and notified the
named '
the league's most valuable
Hospital, the white institution of 1956, cost $2,: o,09O jto constr tct.
his booming and three teachers who Ed-
bat subsequently ,player with 7.vict r1es. are Dr.,, which Crump 1 a section Pointed -
won the National League's win D. Hoffman, Dr. John, G. ?
out that "planning has already ,, ,
Mot Valuable Player award ROY CAMPANELLA: who'sabetter Rideout and Dr Forest Oran I'
days are long' past but Wiggins that' they ,could resign begun'on, a trading program fox FOR SALE
IiiN{ BUEDETTE! who residents in medicine and pedia .
rose who had many moments of triumph by Jan. 10 and receive: pay up
to the occasion three times to and glory ih by until that date he trics. We hope to have the program '
years gone or would fire- I ,STORE.with living quarters. Good
approved and in operation
dismantle the mighty Mick them immediately after that,
LARRY DOBY+who looked to withoutfurther .day ,during the coming year." 'location By-owner" Mr.Dransv
THE DODGERS AND GIANTS be better as 14 prize fighter than pay. Major credit for helping Crump '" i
-who bid farewell to Brooklynand as a baseball player when he It is said no charges have been Hospital meet the requirementsof 5422, Pembroke' Road. '',Ca""
New York for the Iflses of slugged pitcher Art Ditmar. brought 'against the teachers. All the Joint Committee which is
Los Angeles and San Francisco, And to the entire world ot I are doctors of philosophy, one composed of representatives. of Ranches: West, Hollywood. '
paving the way for graveyards to I sports -, a heartfelt pause during I from Columbia University, another the. American Medical Association \ J '
be 'spaded in the once haughty the Holiday 'season for the from Brown :University; and the American Medical Association I
Ebbets Field and Polo Grounds. wonderful presents ,of thrills, e<-' the third from the University of the American College tLET'S

TED WILLIAMS who was citeiwent, valor, courage and Wisconsin. There ,have been unverified ,J . I
glory it has'put In the stockings reports- that the three
subjected to the cruel treatmentof
two sportswriters who facetiously for all the world to enjoy. teachers were liberal or left wing
voted him no better than but no such charges are made TRADEYour
9th or 10th most valuable to his officially
I older house lot for homes in Bunche Park
in the American League "' or ,
27th President Frank R. Veal of
Magnolia Gardens Richmond and
Height Hyde
THE OKLAHOMA SOONiERS I Allen has previously notified '
newsmen that reports regardingthe Park. /
--\\110 mounted the most precious BOX
records in collegiate' football then I Institution would be issued Send. me a list of what you have to trade. See -
t lost to Notre ,.Dame but ,took Open under n vmanagement from the school's office but no'I '14540 Polk St., Richmond Heights ,
the defeat with no alibis and in I &. statement has been fort-coming UP 15035 Harrison St. Richmond Heights'
to this time.
the spirit of true'sportsmen..
5004 N.W.27th Both are three bedrooms, one has, two baths
Allen University is a, private
Ave.Ph. LANDRY; REALTY MOhawk 7.2578
EYES who, with the magni- school owned by a religious denomination -
ficent running .of Don Clark NE 4-9388 the African Methodist 6708 West Flagler St. Res. MOhawk 7-4936 i
swept, to the powerful Big Ten .. Episcopal Church. It is said
conference crown and head for OPERAYoRS: to be highly unusual for a 'state
the Rose Bowl. Mr*. Helen Maud Morton official to interfere in the internal
Sneed, Mgr. Helen Sneed affairs of a private. institu
THOMAS! who earned bIrth 1 '
on the Associated Press' mythi CIO MONEY '
cal AU-American dream squad.
JIM BROWN who steppedout
of collegiate ranks to spark Furnished ApartmentsAS
the Cleveland Browns to a Na- DOWN I
tional Football league title
may be one of the greatest fighters Alterations Additions '
of all time but can find no $19'.95' per week .Repairs
worthy opponents against whomto
defend his coveted heavyweight ;
JACKSON .-'Wh Select Your Own Brand New Furniture. WMch ,

takes miserable beatings each: -e- ,
time he steps Into the ring, but Becomes' i oi' .
is reluctant to do what he should
before it's too late-step, out of Unfurnished Apis. $14 weekSEE
the ring, forever. 1 I
e ALL JE ,1-7461 '
JOE LOUIS who will never -.- ,
be able to settle his income tax, SOLOMON .
and each time he awakens in the ,
morning knows' that he owes I '
thousands and thousands more.ACTHEA COLLECTION AGENCY
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GIBSON -who(
won all the' major women's tennis 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3.8416 MaryElizabeth lounge
titles of the world, 'a feat
never accomplished by a Negro J _, ....... __ _.1J _

woman athlete before.. is"""JtJlJl>>N& I"JlJiJ la>>IJt>>I J&JI A> >aoa PROUDLY PRESENTS

BILL RUSSELL who is the"big" SHOP ATBerkley's
man in professional basket
ball's most dazzling lineup of
stars and the greatest team ever Cut Rate ' ic
assembled, |he Bbston Coltles. 55 V

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decided to complete his college 1201 N.W 3rd Ave,, Fly 4.2376 j( .

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Tll11es" 57 A.II-ClfV'' Football Team

I By k.FtMAN: ..WALT6N
THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper"PAGE Honorable Mentions: Carver: .
In keeping with Its 'poUt! Inf. f Sinclair King, Charles Fleming' Liberia Presents ,

Hated several ;years a&, th& Mfml 1 SATURDAY, JANUARY )tf, 1958 Ollie B. Jefferson[ Eugene Wells, budget
week ''naM' f'lt& and,Willie Stringer: ; BTW: Walter ' Largest ,
All-City esHigh' School FOolbaU- Smith, Daniel Seymour and !MONROVIA (ANP) r
Team for the recent season of .oFFENSIVE TEAM Jerome Clarke; Northwestern: President William V. S. Tubmanof
1957. As'USU'a 1, th* selections thUi > Jackie Dixon, Robert Townseland Liberia presented to the, legis-
year are based upon the city's POSt JNAMES SCHOOLS CLASS ,WT. Austin Wise.Practical lature, which Is now in session.
high school football champion- End--Robert, ,Fefder.......................... Northwestern ....v... Sr.. ............ 180 ,- the budget which hd proposes for .
nice. The team that won the End-Joseph Taylor ........................ Carver .................... Sr.' .......... 180 NursingAt Liberia for 1954.
championship allotted five Tackle--Charles Hobbs ..............M Carved .................... Sr. ............ 185 It Is the largest budget ever to
players on each was tean\ both offensive Center- EJveton) Newton .............. Northwestern ........ Sr. ............ 180 NorthwesternPersons be considered to
end defensive well Back-Eugene Cambridge ........... Carver .................... Sr. .......?... 170 between the of amounting"
the honorable, as Back-John Hamilton .................... Carver .................... Sr., ............ '170 17 and 50 register ages for the $17,000,000.This is $2,000,000 less
The among second Back-Cyril Clark .......................... Carver .................... Jr ......'...... 17SBacfcJSamuel February class may in practical nurs only total-revenues
place winner is the
allotted normally '} Hutchinson ............ riTW ...............?... Fr. ,............... 170 Senior High than country's ,
four Northwestern 1957
at fiscal
and the third on each team Back-Ralph' Rahmings .................. BTW ....................... Sr. ...*... 185 which for the year ,
allotted two place winner is Back- James Multlmore ...........?... BTW ................'..... Fr. ................ 170Back is demandfor amounted to $19,000,000. I
the on each team. Whayman Carey ................ Northwestern": ........ Sr..1........ 180 There an increasing. The* budget seems assured of
During recent season wall trained practical nursesto passage.
Carver High School Hornet* won -., DEFENSIVE TEAM V supplement the services of
championship. The Booker T. professional nurses, to help give I
Washington Tornadoes and the Tackle-William Oliver ...............j, BTW ........:........:..... Sr. ............ 185 better nursing care to ,all of our Mattiwilda Dobbs
Northwestern Bulls ended in a Taek10-tFienry Pinckney............. BTW ....:................... Jr. ............ 185 citizens and our visitors. As a Weds Swedish
lie for second place. T.ackle-4Earl Bush ........................ Carver .................... Sr..1.1....... 21C registered nurse is called upon to
Tackle--Joe Chandler .................... Carver .................... Sr. ............ 175 give more highly technical care Journalist
Again this year, the selectionswere G1.aard--lPJlUl1p Hepburn. .............' BTW ..........._........ Sr. ............ 185 to the 'Sick, the well prepared "
made a bit different from Guard--George Cox ...-.....v........... Northwestern ........ Jr. ............ 145 practical nurse is needed to assist NEW YORK (ANP) Internationally -
some, of the previous ones.. Actually Guard-Warren Hope ......."........... Carver .......*.......,... Sr.185;: her in giving bedside care. famed soprano
the 11 best players in the Line Back-Ozie Dunn .................. Carver ................ 'Jr. ...0...*....... 165 For further information call Mattiwilda Dobbs entered into
opinion of.Times' Sports Depart- Line Bacto-George Johnson' ........ Northwestern ........ Jr. ..........., 145 Pi[. '4-5491 between 8:30 ajn. and her second ,interracial marriagehere
ment and the 11 best \ Back Willie Shinhoster................ Carver ..!!................ Jr ...........? 160 5 pm. last week.
roent and the various coaches of Back-Charles Washington .......... Northwestern ...*...,... Sr. ........ 185 ; She married white Swedish
the three high schools were named I journalist( Bongt Janzon Jn Grace

to the teams, regardless of the T7 ':..L.- .P- 'JFWdltl yA tiff. tad'tty0 4 awr Congregational Church, with an
positions which the various play- interracial team of ministers
ers played. presiding. They were the Rev.
Herbert King, Negro and ''the
It will be noted that
on the Rev. J. T. Limdqulst, white. .
offensive team
seven backfieldmen I
It was the second marriage toa
and four( linemen werenamed
and the white newspaperman for the
on defensive team
:four backs and 32-year-old Atlanta-toorn colar-
seven linemen
were named. These in the I atura, who recently became the
of those making, the selec- I second Negro to sing with the
rose d ; .oN Metropolitan Opera Co. Her first
_ tions, were the 11 best offensive
and the 11\.best defensive play- marriage was to Don Luiz Rod-
flS among ihe high schools of eriquez Garcia de la Piedra, a
I Miami during the recent season. $ q 4. :/Lj Spanish journalist, In April 4,

The honorable mentions are, in .. ,: dead.1933, In Genoa, Italy. Piedra is
the selectors' opinion, the next 9 ,aI < I .
best 11 players In the, entire I

Croup.. The< selections are as fol .
lows:, '

lectured above are the players' : FOR SALE
from the three local high ,schools ,. .
: :
(Carver, BITW, and Northwest- : J )
era) who have boon selected by

Use, Times' Sports Department as ," ', MANAGEMENT
members of' the All-City Ili g h Efficient Dependable ReliableIN
School Football Teams 'and
honorable, mentions tot 1057. New
_ CBS 2 and 3-bedroom
,They are,' Offensive Team, (top homes. Hardwood floor, tile features.
photo),.,. front row* Joseph: Taylor, Close to bus line; paved
(Carver, epd); CharlesHobbs, s'treets sidewalks, city water.
(Carver, tackle); Elveion-Mw- Total price $13,900; $2,000 down
ton (Northwestern, center); and II $80 per month. Shown by ap.
Ralph Rahmlngs (UTTW), back). I polntment.
.n 2.Bedroom Dade County pin
Back row: John Hamilton
( home.
Mutt be seen to appreciate.
back); Cyril Clark (CatVer, -- Y Located at 3270 NW B1st terr.
TwtclO; Eugene Cambridge, (Carver T uij ; I Tdtal price $8,900; 1,500 first

_ back); and Whayman Carey I down payment, balance like rent.
(Northwestern, back). ; rl{ Now ,open for Inspection.
u ti'
Not shown in the olcture are uv __ "; BUSINESS PROPERTY
Samuel Hutfihinson< fBHTW, balk); _____ Restaurant fully equipped. Now
James! Multlmore ,BTW, back); rented at $100 per month. New
atnd Robert Felder Northwestern CBS bulldlna. Total price $9,000
end), with terms.

Defensive Team: (center photo) INCOME PROPERTY
front row: Earl Bush (Carver, CBS 1.bedroom duplex.
tackle); Warren hope '(Carver, Full price $ 5.000; first down

..I guard); George Cox (Northwestern payment $ ,700. balance easy.
Shown by appointment only.
guard); Vlllitm Oliver ....
( TW. tackle); Phillip Hepburn -
(BTW. ward) and 'Henry Pink- IN COCONUT GROVE /

:-ucy (BTW,. tackle). $ All CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath,
t Florida, room,, bulltln garage,'
mack row:' Joe Chandler (Carver beautifully landscaped. Full price
tackle) Charles Washington, $,ggOO; $4,000 down. Terms.
(Northwestern back); Ozle'Dunn, bV
'(Carver, linebacker) and George F FOR THESE SPECIALS
Johnson (Northwestern, line CALL
back Not shown Willie Shinfcoster
) : -
_ _ (Carver, back). '

Entire group, including honorable i .1. : ,:: A, OR. NIGHT"
mentions) : Bottom photo, I
scented: Joe Chandler (Carver); s " HI 4-2448 or HI 60173
:Joseph Taylor (Carver); Charles i 3781 GRAND AVENUE

\ Hobbs (Carver); Eugene Wells, '% :} Miami 33, Coconut Grove, Fla.
(Carver); Ralph RahmJnjj ... indfo
(BTW); Phillip Hepburn (BTW)/
William Oliver _' ('OTW); and "
nervy 'Pinkney, (BTW). -
'M'nvr.v oo.w'
Second row: George Cox
Northwestern); Sinclair King, YOUR
(Carver); Ollie. Jefferson (Career
); Cyril Clark (Carver); Robert ,OR BOOM'.J. BEDROOM'
Townsel (Northwestern)', -

Charles Fleming (Carver)? Eugene a 1
Cambridge (Carver); Whay
man Carey (Northwestern) and INCLUDE:) '
Warren Hope (Carver)
>M: M.or.Tq.vGt MO
'Third row: Ode Dunn, (Carver ,- p : :- d .t ijcjhu '.vnt ;#lA.N'b YOU TMK
);; Charles Washington FOR tHJS FIRST MOM
(Northwestern); Jerome Clarke, PAYMENT L OF BTW); John Hamilton (Carver): _CHEAPER, THAN 'Ht..vT
Banlel Seymour (BTW); Earl
Bash /(Carver); Austin WNorwesent WHITE OH
( \ ) and Elveton
Newton' (Northwestern). Not
\ shown in 'the picture are: Willie
Stringer and Willie Shinhoster,

fCAverK. Walter Smith, Samuel ,
Butohifisoa and James Multlmore
4BTW);,, and Robert Felder,, s
INorthwcsternv..Photo 'by John-

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KEY WEST affecting the church's growth and I Ohio "Christian Life and Works';
Christian development. The gen Rev. John Carrlngton. Summit,

i READY FOR eral theme will,, be; Recruitmentfor New Jersey, "Higher EdlClaUoo"iMn.
Between The Lines. Christian Service.: Dr. FrankR. Emma B. Watson Lancaster -
AME ZION MEETy Brown dean of'flood Theological S. C. "Foreign Missions."

... .. --- --------- -- Seminary, -will be \he assoc
17-; fir. iiI iiI'ii. ,1'0.OJ .v. T ALEXANDER BARNES iation's main speaker, using tor The Memorial! Services will be

THE STAR OF THE t i E. M. Graham director transportation a subject Recruitment for Chris I Pensacola.conducted by Rev. V, R. Hill
bureau AME Zion tian Service. The president Dr.
{t'4' EAST Church. has just released a trav- E. Franklin Jackson:! will addressthe
V. elougue for persons who plan to meeting as he always does I
Another' Christmastide is upon ae attend the 1958 session of the with a challenge to the constitu Per the ultimate t In: procseslnfl

'us, and there .is as always that Board of Bishops and the? Ministers ency of our great denomination. and hair styling lei.. .

i"" hopeful expectancy In the heart J..... and Layman's Association,'I There will also be a sympos- EMMIT NALLARD Jr.
of mankind., Poor humans bur- Church which will
AME! Zion :
1 ium. The panel will consist oi Put you In stride with the well
:' dened with many cares are try meet in Key West Jan. 812. attended the
delegates who recent '
':. ing to be happy. It cannot be He sets the facts that persons session of the National groomed man about town
'h\ doubted that we are experienc traveling by train should make Council of Churches. The subjectfor I Export In facial and aoalp' s

/\. ing one of the most anxious moments their reservations early, due to discussion is, :interpreting the Treatment. Special attention will
\: of history and we would the heavy traffic to Florida durr\ Fourteenth Triennial Meeting of bo qlvon to texture of hair and
k, be poorly advised to discount the ing this time of the year. lie the National Council ,of Churches skin p(0montatlon(
.. implications of our troubled points out that the train facilities as it Relates Jo Recruitment for
times. end at Miami and that one MIAMI'S BEST
Christian Service
1 s has to either travel by bus or
Rev. A. E. Harris of Tuscaloosa
Our nation has just awakenedto plane to Key West. llth
will moderator. Street Barber
Ala. serve as
the fact that we are behind in fy fa&a. Gor&a B. iancock The most direct routes from all The panel will be composed of '

the matter of satellite and missile sections of the country have been the following people: Rev. W. J. Shop >j"
The world has become carefully charted, with connec- ,
development. -
Powell Montgomery, "The Coun "'
the heavens the Star of the East. tions at key points shown. 241 N.W. llth St.
a4 jittery over cil's Statement,on ,Race Relations; ,
atomic warfare which will in There could steal Into. our Rev. O. W. McMurray execu- Rev, R E. Morgan Jr., Akron,
Christmas consciousness' of the association,
all probability destroy civilized v no more tive secretary
l vital, thought that that about the announced the program for the
mankind. There' is only one ray
Star of the East and where it led 19W session which will be held
of hope in our gloomy world and where it -still leads. The'star in Cornish AMEZ Church 702 I
stems from the Star of the
; that is still there, if we could only find Whitehead st., .Bev. A. F. Hooper IT'S SO EASY
East. For nearly 2,000 years we
the nations and the men to follow pastor
have been following other stars on. When in the parables Rev. McMurray in announcing TO SHOP, THE '
while the Star of the !East was we are told that a man had a the program for the occasion
beckoning.We I I I hundred sheep and one was lost anticipates a very constructive ELEVEN WAY!
I he left the ninety and nine and I thechurch's
have followed the star of :. program featuring; some of
went after the lost sheep UNTIL
\ top leaders,
which has led the nations
he found it. .
of the acute problems,
'to gory battlefields of hiS-I I I ,
tory and filled the earth The woman with two pieces of I. 21 Stores in
lamentation and mourning. We silver had lost one and she took
have followed the star of racial her broom and swept and swept VISIT HARBOUR ISLAND South FloridaOPPORTUNITY e e e e -
supremacies and today our 20th UNTIL she found the lost coin. BAHAMASAnd
'" century ,world it scourged with a The Prodigal's father had two ,
I. species of race prejudice that is lions and the youngest bagged his I Stop at The'
S bringing great distress and strife portion of, goods and proceeded
. among the peoples of the earth into a far country and there m
wasted all with riotous living.
its I 1
Race prejudice and concomitants -
to mankind. We Then he began to be in want. AWAITS YOUSEE
are a curse ;
The father watched and prayed
have followed,,the star of science, ,
, which is to turn LEADING COLORED
i threatening upon to the shelter of his fath- THE.SOUTH'S
mankind with the fury of an \
, er's house. In these parables the
avenging angel. emphatic word is "UNTIL"
n .E
I I }
Science multiplies the
powersof And therein we must applyour
men and to have men's pow- hearts and our :hopes that .-' , "

ers multiplied without changing the nations will not only follow SUNSET INN & TAVERNOn
their hearts to, rightly use this
the star; but follow It UNTIL we
power, is conceivably' one of the find the Christ-Child and therewe the Ocean -Rtaeonablt rates
major curses of mankind. It is will worship him. The ques- Homfcooktd meals
still true that there is no greater tion arises as to whether we shallseek .
menace to the safety and happiness out and ''worship the newborn Wm. T. "father, Prop.

.I of mankind than a man The question arises North's Travel Bureau,' U.S. Rep.
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born King out of the gratitudeand 1104 N.W. 3rd 'Ave., Miami, Pla.Phone .
the heart of a Nero. We have tl
star reverence of our hearts or 3-0757
followed the of national FR
shall we like the Prodical Son 4 e.
prosperity and today, as never 7 ., r
be back to our Father's
F before, the grancries of the nations house via the swine-trough. Will BRAND NEW
are filled to overflowing,, mankind have the common senso
..... while hunger and privation stalk to accept and follow in the more Beautiful3Bedroom
\ abroad to torment the haplesssons excellent way; or shall we perish
of men. 'Jn the darkness while the Star of
the East shines so brightly Hardwood Floors Lot my years, of Experience guide and'protect you through Life
What is more one of the great-
the In storm
at a Lighthouse guides ship a
s est shames of history is thai The Star of the East Is still Garage
... mankind has produced/ the shining our only Christmas Open Sum 2 to 4:30: p.m. WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
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we are the'most criminal and unhappy troubleIt
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long conference also attracted t 1 i made no commitment: to support'
AMi TI ES--"The Peoples' Newspaper Africans GivenProminent 2,600 guests and representatives Inc appeal of anti-Western. students

Role at from Russia\ and Red China. i I from banners the university reading "Down who.
rACE 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY! 4, 1958 African-Asian But perhaps of all the delegates, with Eisenhower Doctrine." '

attending, those enjoying the(!I: Col. Anwar Sadat, editor of
ConferenceCAIRO most prominent were represent Egypt's President Nasser's lead-
I atives from Ghana; Nigeria: ing newspaper and .

V Egypt (ANP) A Uganda, and ,India, Delegates: anti-Western in his ,views, was
these countries were given ,
from named conference president. ,He
pronounced gesture to, win sup-
port 'fl'm native-run Africar front row seats, while represe- I told :the conference that Egypt
: nations was made last week by sentatives from Russia.and Communist desires "neutrality and ,nonaiignmeht -
leaders of the African-Asian North Korea were seated I I ," and won support from. the
behind 'them. This; be viewed the
may delegates. Sadat also thanked,
peoples" conference which met, In
the spacious Cairo university' as a pronounced gesture to win African: -Asian nations for thQ.
J auditorium here. over the newly-freed'territoriesto support they gave Egypt when

Some 400 delegates from 40 the"anti-Western camp. Britain and France attacked his ,
It countries and colonies attendedthe However, the. Afro.Asian nations country over the Suez Canal' dis-r
conference, believed. to ,be a for the most part, went only pute. .1. ',,' /
follow-up to the 1953, Bandung j'so, far 'as to support the neutrality -
1 conference: at Indonesia. The week,, stand I of the conference, : They ACHR Quizzes ,
Eastland on '
4T!i 4 '

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I James O. Eastland of the Senate
Internal Security Subcommittee,
the American.Council on Human
Rights, questioned whether the
Subcommitteeemployed a "double
... standard, that is, one standard in

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.NBlder' D. Williams, pastor Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor FRanklin 3-5900 standard in failing to investigatea
,' Mrs. E. Cooper, reporter Claudia Wilson reporterWe similar threat to the country in
the actions of white citizens.
School of Wisdom was ,at its had a fine time throughoutthe councils"' '
best on Sunday past. "Brothers day Sunday. God has been J.cHR, which is the civil rights
Through, Christ" was wonderfully\ very .good to. us. He blessed 'us W r arm of Rational college fratern-
discussed by the different classes. the end that we' were able to see ities and sororities, alluded to
Our memory selection was taken the\ last Sunday'in the year. We t 1 Senator Eactland's allegationsthat
from Colossians 3:14. We find in give Him the praises for everything "'" Living Service for the Living" labor leaders applied a
this lesson that there are no half that we were able to accomplish "- standard to those who used the
brothers or half -.sisters in ,God's throughout the year. We are Fifth Amendment. While, not
family. They are all genuinely now entering into the new year. 'Range Funeral Home commenting on, Eastland's criticism -
converted men and women with We pray His blessing will con- of the labor leaders, ACHR
common ground in Jesus Christ, tinue to, flow upon us. observed that the Senator's use
thus making them of tho same '' OSCAR ,AND ATHAUIE, RANGE, ,Owners of the term double standard certainly -
Our aim is to continue serve raises question
family + the whether
I Christian fellowship in more Him sincerely, lift \Up His holy PHONES PL 4-7468 PL M331 ,the Subcommittee has failedto
and to tell them who do not ,
than a theory; it must become name \ set a single standard In determining -
Jesusfl ,to and be
know come
common practice among Chris what is and isn't a
tiana. It is more than an ideal; It saved. Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer :: Funeral Director threat to the nation's security

must become a reality. Therefore The ACHR letter, which
Our services were spiritually,
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truth\\ and principle. In the YPE with our Sunday School les- ) consultant, concluded by urging
we enjoyed a wonderful lecture son. The devotional services were the Senator, as subcommittee/
from our state superintendent.The I I,high both morning and evening. chairman, "to exert the leadership -
devotional service was at its Our pastor was attending the .. that will result in the Senate
extreme. Knowing that this was Ministers' and Deacons' Union Internal Security: Subcommittee -
the last Sunday in the year every Sund morning ,and one of our EL Solomon Funeral Horn investigating the threat to
body seemed to put somethingin own Paul Freeman, delivered the this country in the action of the
the service, and as'a result\ we morning message. Text St. Luke (EttablMhed, ,192f) southern citizens councils,*: Ku
were able to have a high time in 23:43, theme, "Remember Me." Klux Klan, and like organizations
the Lord. The evening! message was delivered Dignified, Personal l. Courteous Service ."
Friends as we enter into the by a visitor, Rev. C. H. Bynum. The American Council on
New Year let us make this our .. of Ocala, text, Exodus 23: Human Rights is headed by Dr.
resolution to attend our services 14. Both messages were delivered Funerals. Within Ran=e ',of Each Budfet Nancy ,B. McGhee, Hampton University
regularly and be on time. with power. The No. 1 choir rendered (Virginia) professor.
Today thought: "Be not afraid music Jfor the morning and .
neither be thou dismayed for the choir No.2 for the evening. No. 4
_ Lord thy God is with thee' whithersoever usher board was in charge of the Non.Surgical Treatment
_ thou ',goest." 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3.1440 Hernia
day.We Piles

BAHA'I ,ASSEMBLY were grateful to ''have our \ (Rupture) (rUmorrholdi)I
1 many friends and visitors pres.
Airs. Mom-cite Davidson of Al. ent in our services. Most of them DR. LONG'S CLINIC
lapattah will speak on "The Purpose were from out of the city. We 21 8.W./ 13th Avo.
I of Life" at the Baha'i Center want you to 'know you were welcome House AlbertIn Phone FR 8.2748
137 NW! 11th ave., 7:45: p.m. and are always welcome in lThe of
I Sunday, Jan., 5. All races and our, services. Come again. Add,Life to Years
faiths are. cordially invited.
TRIUMPH CHURCHOpa the hour of bereatewent ' I REDUCESpecial and Years to Life

FIRST UNITARIAN ,eacn aay more'
Locka' and families
more are Medication'
"The Responsible Year" will be '
Prince 1L Mobley pastorC.
_ turning:to the House of
I the sermon topic of the Rev McKinney, reporterThe ,
Glen O. Canfleld minister of the Albert. '
First Unitarian Church Dixie services Sunday throughout There must be a reason
Highway at SW 29th road on? the day and night were' highin ; you owe it to For'' Prompt Efficient
Sunday, Jan. 5, 11 a.m. The development ' spirit, and the Lard manifested families ,
of spiritual concept Subject of the school: of wisdom yourielf and your servicePhone
In children' will be discussed at lesson was, "Brothers Through c to find out the PL 44909RUDY'S'TV
the adult forum at 1030.: ," Christ," text: Fihllmon. There are reason ;why.LESTER .
That: evening at 6:30 the Liberal I no half brothers or half sisters inGod's ,
Religious Youth group will family. When we ,become as C. ALBERT andRADIO
meet at the church ,building. one and put away all barriers and OWNER, LICENSED
let Christ fully rule His church, EMBALMER AND REPAIR
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Rev.' E. M. Thomas, pastor our theory a practice what a (Funeral aervlct where ttt. Pick
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Oretha Holder, reporter I wonderful world this will be. families set the cost) up
I I I After the 'school of wisdom there 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Rev. E. M Thomas pastor
was a'tasty, dinner given in honor 'Phone PL 8-4707
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usual. Sunday past. 'Subject A Perpetual
At 11 am. an inspiring devotional promise. Text: I John 223-:
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MIAMI TIMES-"Tha Peoples Newspaper" 'DRUGSTORES Civil Service,Exams

ARTHRITICS TO For Truck DriversDade Broward
'- IDIIIIIiiJElliiilli! ID or

REGISTER'AT County Civil "; Service County

Good written examination for waste Newsby
Morning Judge A statewide registration of truck drivers will be held" Friday,
arthritics will be conducted during Jan 10, 9 a.m. at Dade ,County iTJ

Newt From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court the month of ,January, 1958, ,according Personnel Department, 2?JOO W. _
to Mrs. Robert Boone Flagler at. Applications must be
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding Hovey, Miami, president of the sent to the office, 931 SW.1st sU Walter Bow

By Elliott J. Pieze, Time. Staff Writer Florida Chapter of the Arthritis not later than Friday noon Jan.
and Rheumatism Foundation, and 3* I i
'NIr- II stash! : "IJIw Ii Grover F. Ivey, president of the Homer Moore of 5004 SW 24th
Florida State The starting salary is $270 per lave. Carver Ranches, visited
Pharmaceutical Association ,
Veteran court observers were -
'somewhat surprised Monday,, New Year Meeting month and the maximum $296.4 'I Nassau Christmas week for the

Dec.,30, when the total number of For Daughter Elks In a receht meeting ofh Applicants must be male between first time. He reported enjoyable -
'cases listed on the, official docketof executive committee of the Fla. 21 and 50; must have completed trip.
the day in Judge John D. State Pharmaceutical Association the 8th grade In school and II '
Johnson's Municipal Court was a By DT. EDNA DAVIS it was voted unanimously have one year of full-time paid ,1 C. W. 11. Chamber of Commerce -
to assist
mere 71. Many had predicted that All daughters of Greater Miami the Arthritis Foundation to I experience as 'a truck driver; at will 'meet Monday.Jan. 8
the number would be much higher Temple No. 769 are requested to secure ,the ,names and addresses least S030, | vision in each eye, at 8:30 pjn. at the home>of Wal-
especially on te Monday after. be present on Wdnesday, Dec. 8. of all arthritics in the state. Local 20 1 binocular vision; (glassesare ter Bowe, 4444 SW 17th St.*
Christmas. permitted! ) and hearing must
It's the first. meeting In the New pharmacies in every town
Some-whatL regretful was the Year and the financial roll will and city will provide registration be normal; must have a ,valid I I Star Light Lodge No. 542 meets
Florida chauffeur's license, be a
of Mrs. Merrill be cards and
case Wilcox 23- called. complimentary
daughter copies
a owing '
Jan. 3 at 8 o'clockat
citizen of the United States and Friday night,
year-old woman of 458 NW 7th dues, fines, and taxes to the of "Florida Arthritis News" which
have residents, Fla. the Masonic Temple on Pem
St., apt 9, who was charged with amount of six dollars will be suspended is a bi-monthly newsletter containing been lega| of '
Road Clarence Johnson,
authentic for,24 months prior to the date broke ,
assault and information
battery with and
knife forwarded on
a name to
of the examination. A medic W M. Hiram Ash secretary
her the arthritis problem. ;;
on husband, Georje. The the; grand secretary. Daughters,
is required at time
exam of em
husband was charged in please take heed when
a cross your name Mrs. .
explains that this ployment.SUFFERERS
complaint with assault and bat- ., is called. The gavel will be is
a free
tery on the wife. The incident. sounded. > I registration) and is for The Ladies Auxiliary of the
occurred about 11:30 Saturday A list of the new and various I the census, purposes.; ""The purpose of C. iW. H. Chamber of Commercegave

night. Mrs: Wilcox told the court committees will be read. Any past I I Hovey registration, "is to( ,secure continued the names Mrs RINWCRM..AIR Uf their annual dinner at the
that she saw her husband walking daughter ruler who did not pay and addresses of all arthritics in home of Mrs. Minnie! Warren,
with two other women and $1.00 for the entertainment: of the the State of Florida In order that Carver Ranches, Monday even. .
without saying anything to eitherof council dues will not be accepteduntil they ., ing. Gifts were exchanged arming
may receive the latest authentic IT YOU HAVE DM HUTtLB KAR.TITTER. DUfIJaUrr,
them she it is paid. Are j I the ladies and enjoyedthe
at once pulled outa you a past literature; to encourage .CCXEMA.RNGWOKMOft OTHER IKMOR everyone
knife and began to cut her daughter ruler arthritics who are: not, now ICALP IRRITATIONS. FERKJIAM WILL AT. delicious food.Congratulations .
husband. Mrs. OUR GRIEF | receiving roaD TRANSITORY RELIEF: Or THE ICAUNO
Wilcox added that ,
I I r medical attention, to see AND ITCHING. AM YOVR DOCTOR WlUOOlfT I ,
her husband bled profusely anda On Christmas eve, as we were their family physician at once, BEAUTICIAN OR SARIS ABOUT PERIULAM...
tussle between the two. Dur- preparing for the gay festival of for many victims may be saved to Leila on the\
ing the tcssle Mrs. Wilcox added, celebrating the birth of Christ itwas from the crippling effects of the -e.fl opening of her new Leila Sun- '
her husband hit her. with his flashed over radio and television disease if they see' their doctor (.! !: dries at the corner of ,Pembroke

hand. met that Dt. Marie Minnis, had earlyvand; to give encouragement MAlI.................IMMA/M/ ............. Road, SW :5400. Much luck to her,
a tragic death. Our hearts
Wilcox explained that his wife to arthritics that their case may
did t cut him but denied hitting I bled and tears were shed as we not be hopeless for even with the .1.. _rs.. :.,.
her. I realized the uncertainties of life. limited knowledge we now have.
Judge Johnson said the cutting A large number of her daughters of he disease, many arthritics BRAND NEW DELUXE ",
was completely unprovoked and escorted her body from Richard- : through medical l attention, may .
uncalled for. F611owing his usual son's Mortuary to St. John's"Bap be restored to active, normal lives
warning, the Judge found Mrs. list Church and listened to her through the proper use of drugs APARTMENTS, -
Wilcox guilty and fined her $55() pastor, Rev. Thedford Johnsonwho and with the aid of physical
or 20 days in Jail. Wilcox :was electrified the large crowd therphy" RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD
found not guilty. I that turned out to pay their last
Among other cases heard and I respect to our daughter. Someonewas If arthritics are unable to visita '6511 N.W.12th Ave.
heard whispering, "Lord its pharmacy to register, a mem-
disposed of
were the following: good to be here if ber of their family
Sam Bender men everywhere may register HI 4.3673
charged with dis- .
for them
could hear this gospel they or they may send a "
orderly conduct by using profanity postal card to the \
would be Florida
constrained to jive Chapter -
fined $15 or six days. Or Contact Stanley Sweeting V
the world 8M follow Christ." Office, Arthritis and Rheuma
Earl Wilson, charged with tism Foundation, 1200 Hunting Miami Time Office2BEDROOtt .
carrying concealed Numerous cars followed her remains -
weapon (a ton
Medical Building Miami
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boning knife) fined $50 or 20 to the cemetery. As we Florida, jiving home' 'nd 8* ,
days and the knife was confiscated gave her the parting rites, we left drosses, and a registration
by the court.J. our daughter, in God's care and and illterature will be card ,-
keeping Peace to the dust of sent Immediately -
C. Williams, charged with up. \
Dt. Marie Minnls.
,assault and battery on his brother '
On the sick list have "
Peter, dismissed; a bench
Zcssie Tucker, Dt Carlee Daniels ,
warrant to be issued for Peter
and Dt. Davis. Dt. Marion
-for failure to in court at WARNER
the trial. appear Muldrow is feeling much better. HINES Inc. 4' 2530 N.W. 1.65tl1 St., Opa Locka
Dt. Bertha Perry Is still confinedto ,
Albert Walden, charged with '
her home. We wish for thema Painting and ., I
disorderly conduct, fined $15 or Terrazzo Floor, Tile Bath, Rent (ReasonablePL
and WaterproofingContractors
six days. speedy recovery_ a bright :

George Alexander, charged with and All Happy daughters New Year.who were not I Licensed and s A-4909 I r

disorderly conduct' by sleeping on present at the Dt. Marie | Insured by City '
private property and with carrying MInnis will alfine of $1.00 and County ,
concealed 'weapon (a knife) aside from the pay tax of $1.00. Your 1883 NW 59th et Call between 8 a.m. and 9i30 p.m.

fined $5.00 or two days on the dues will not be ,accepted until Frt Estimate l 4 1
sleeping charge, but the fine was fine and tax is paid. The list of Call any 6.6879 s f
suspended, also fined $50 or 20
will NE
those who were not present -
days on the knife charge.
be called and checked ,by two
Teddy Ingraham, charged with I secretaries. District Deputy Dt.
Home-Cooked Meals Eat At
For Tatty -
being drunk with carrying ,
and Marie White has urged that there
concealed weapon (a knife) bf no argument. Just simply pay
fined $5.00 or two day. on the it unless an excuse was grantedas J. B. SMITH Buster's Kitchenin
knife charge.Norman to fines.

R. Blanch, charged The daughters of Greater Mi- ELECTRICSERVICE '
with reckless driving, fined $25. ami Temple No. 769 extend our Baker's Famous Corner
or 10 days. heartfelt sympathy to Dt. Ellen I
Oscar Butler, charged with assault Taylor and Dt. Sibyl Ross in the Buster Collie, Prop.
and battery" on Pearlie Mae passing of their sister and aunt !In Electrical Contractor I

Butler, dismissed a bench Key West, Dt. Loretta Allen who Specializing in Souse Peat and Rice and Boiled Fish
warrant to be Issued for Pearlie served as a special for the j I
Mae for failure to appear In Temple in Key West. It is our "Don't Call tu"
court at the trial. understanding that the funeral CUM 6901 N.W., 15th, Ave. 'I, Liberty City

Tom Butts, charged with asSault ervices will be held on Sunday, PHONE NE 6-3058
, and battery with a board 'an. 5.And I.
on his wfe, Etta Mae, and Etta new as. we go Into a New 'Nla11t or Day
Mae was charged in a cross com- Year, let us strive to lire today I .
plant with assault and battery 'is if it was our last and by so
'With a knife on Tom. Tom was doing this will be a better' world TV SICK ?
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peo'plea Newspaper" Africans Givenp'rominent'Role long 2,600 conference guests and representatives tIle appeal of anti-Western who.tu- 4,

.1 !' ..... : ...i.... '. .. . ' .. atAfricanAsian ; from Russia and Red China. t dents carried from Winners the university reading "Down '

PACE 8, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4,1958 But perhaps c4 all the delegates, with Eisenhower Doctrine '

attending, those enjoying the! of
Conference most prominent :Were representatives Egypt's PresidentsNaasser's leading -
from\Ghana" 'Nigeria,, newspaper; and re""-..dlv. to
n.4Jndia.. Delegates : his views, was '
Uganda $ : anti-Western In
CAIRO, Egypt > (ANP) A ,
from these countries were given named conference president. tfie
pronounced gesture to win support while represe- that Egypt ,
front seats
from native-run Africar row told :the conference ,
sentatives Russia. and Com and nonalJgnI -
frqm desires "neutrality
nations made last week by
was seated from the
munist North Korea were merit"ahd won support
leaders of the Mr1canAsianpeoples" I
behind 'them. This may be'viewed delegates. Sadat also thanked, the
\ conference which met in
gesture to win nations for the.
as a pronounced African-Asian, }
the spacious Cairo university'auditorium
i here. over the newly-freed: territoriesto support they gave Egypt ,when
theanti-Western camp. Britain and France attacked his ," ,
Some 400( delegates from 40
f countries and colonies attendedthe However the Afro..Asian nations country over the Suez Canal dis-r

}: conference, believe to be''a I I. for',the most part, went! only pute. I ,', .. '
AI follow-up to the 1953. Bandung so far 'as ,Ito support the neutrality -
conference ,at Indonesia', The week, stand of the conference. TheyWilliams' ACHR Quizzes

Eastland on .
.r Security

In,, a letter today to chairman .
I James O. Eastland of) the Senate
Internal Security Subcommittee,
the American Council on Human
AmbulanceSERVICE Rights questioned whether the
Subcommittee employed a "double
standard, that is, one standard In

TRIUMPH'CHURCH FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST FOR, CASH WITH A SMILE nation's investigating security the threat and another to, the

i .NElier' D. Williams, pastor Rev. C. J. Burney juastor FRanklin 3-5900 standard in failing to investigate
Mrs, E. Cooper, reporter Claudia Wilson reporterWe \ a similar threat to the country lathe ,
I actions of white citizens
School', of Wisdom, was at its had a fine time throughout councils" '
best on Sunday past. "Brothers the day Sunday. God has been ACHR which is the civil rights
I Through"'Christ" was wonderfully very good to us. He blessed us td r arm of jiational college fraternities -
discussed by the different classes. the end that we were able to'see and sororities, alluded to
I Our memory selection was taken the' last Sunday in the year. We I r Senator Eastland's allegationsthat
from Colosslans 3:14. We find in give Him the praises for every- MA Living Service tor the Living" labor leaders applied a-
this lesson that there are no half thing that we were able to accomplish s standard to those who used the-
brothers or half ulsters in ,God's throughout the year. We are Fifth Amendment. While, not
family. They are all genuinely now entering into the new year. Range Funeral HompOSCAR commenting on Eastland's criticism -
converted men and women with We pray His blessing will con- of the labor' leaders, ACHR
common ground in Jesus Christ, tinue to, flow upon us, observed that the Senator's use-
thus making them of the same AND ATHAUE RANGE, Owner.PHONES . of the ,term double standard cer- '
family. Qur aim is to continue to serve tainly raises the question whether
I Christian fellowship in more Him sincerely, lift Up His holy : PL 4-7468 PL 1-1331 ,the Subcommittee has failed
name and to tell them who< do not to set standard in determining r
than a theory; it must become a single -
Jesusfl to come and besaved.
common practice ''among Chris- know what is and isn't a
tians. It is more than an' ideal;, It Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral: Director threat to the nation's security.
I must become a reality. Thereforewe The ACHE which
Our services were spiritually later
as Christians should stand for I high throughout the day, beginning 6727 N.W. 17th Avenue: Miami, Florida signed by Dr Paul Cooke, ACHE
truth and In the YPE consultant, concluded
principle. with our Sunday School: les- j by urging
we enjoyed wonderful lecture son. The devotional services were the Senator, as ,subcommittee
from our state superintendent. I I,high both ,morning and evening.Our chairman, "to exert the leadership -
The devotional. service was at, its pastor was attending the that will result in the Sen
extreme. Knowing that this was Ministers' and Deacon?' Union ate Internal Security Subcommittee
the last Sunday in the',year every Sunday' morning and one of our B. Solomon Funeral :Home investigating the threat to

body'seemed to put something own, Paul Freeman, delivered the ,- this country in the action of the
in the service, and as 'a result we morning message. Text St. Luke (Eetableahetf 1924) southern citizens councils? Ku
were able to have a high time in 23:45, ,theme, "Remember Me." Klux Klan, and like organiza
the Lord. The evening message was delivered Dignified, Personal J. Courteous Service tions."
Friends as we enter into the by visitor, Rev C. H. By- The American Council on
New Year let us make this'our num.' of Ocala, text, Exodus 23: Human Rights is headed by Dr.
resolution to attend our' services 14. Both messages were deUvered Funerals. Within Range ,of Each Budget, Nancy B. tacGhee, Hampton University '
regularly and be ()n'time. with power. The No. 1 choir ren- I (Virginia) professor.
Today's thought: "Be .not:afraid dered music .for the morning and .
neither be thou dismayed .for the choir No. 2 foV the evening. No. 4 .

I\I I Lord lapattah ter Mrs., BAHA'I 1S7 of thy Momette Life"will NW.thou God speak lith i is at goest.ASSEMBLY, with Davidson the ave..on" Baha'l thee,"The 7:45: whithersoever of Cen Purpose p.m.Al.- usher were want day.We many in you and board were friends from our,to are services.grateful out was know always and of in you visitors the Most charge to welcome were''have city.of of present them welcome our We the in- 315 The N.W.House'16th Street of Ph.Albert FR, 3-1440 DR.Hernia(Non Rupture 21 Phone.lurploal LONG'S 8.W.) 'FR<, Hemorrhoids 13th.Treatment 92744,CLINIC Piles Ave. \

_ (t 1 i. .'Sunday faiths Glen the First'"The FIRST sermon O.are.Unitarian,Responsible''Canfield.Jan.cordially UNITARIAN.topic'S., Church minister All,'invited.Year"of) races the,. will.of.'Dixie'Rev and the be 'ou,'Prince TRIUMPH McKinney,H.Opa Come Mobley Lock Sunday CHURCH; again.reporterThe pastor throughout turning In ment Albert.and There the,more,hour must each the*families of be day House bereave a-more reason are of,. 'I I REDUCESpecial Add Years Life Medication to to Yearsend ,Life

Highway' at SW 29th road on the day and night were highin it to .For' Prompt Efficient
o. you owe
Sunday, Jan. 5, 11 a.m. The development spirit, and the Lard manifested ; ,
of spiritual concept) Subject of the school of wisdom yourself and your' families service .
in chlld'l'env111 ,be discussed at lesson was, "Brothers Through t1.k to find out' the Phone PL 4.4909RUDY'S
the adult forum at 1030.: Christ," text: :Philmon. There are reason 'why.LESTER : I
___ That evening at 6:30: the Liberal I no,, half brothers or' half sisters in, TV.' ,t:
Religious Youth group will God's family. When we ,become as : > C. ALBERT andRADIO \0..
meet at the church .building.MT. I one and put away all barriers and OWNER, LICENSED
let Christ fully rule His church, 3 'I EMBALMER AND REPAIR " ,

_ I Rev., CALVARY, E. ,M. Thomas BAPTIST, pastor', I let our His our)church,theory ideal will become a be practice one.a reality, When what and, we a (Funeral FUNERAL service DIRECTOR where tie* Pick Guaranteed, and Service Deliver ?_ C

,Oretha Holder, reporterRev. wonderful world this will be. families let the cost) up '

,.. Sunday'. E., School M., Thomas'was called pastor ,to I was After of a'the tasty'school,dinner of given wisdom in there honor ) , A;T Phone PL 8-4707 6801 9 a.m.N. to W.'10:30 15th p.m.Ave., r r

order, at the' ulual 'time.. The our' pastor and ,his family: ; i' j 6942 N.W. 15th Avenue ,

i ,school seemed usual.At 11 service was to a.m.have of large an was been inspiring conducted.attendance touched.devotional All by as- ,Sunday committee 29.The'After Promise.YPE past the rendered band Text Subject lesson was: ''I wonderful the John at A,program its Perpetual 225-best I Miami, Florida ...'. Haryey's 1r

the spirit.service Music was for furnished the's by program. WE, WISH YOU A Cleaners andLaundry ,

the No.1 .choir who sang from I The evenhg devotional. service 'Custom Made 'Choir Gowns
their souls. The, morning's mes was, conducted by Bro Carswh .
r cage was! delivered by'' Rev. '' and many praises and testimonieswent Choice of 80 Different Color For quality and
r Chalk., forth Prince Mobley delivered Combinational Courteous service ;
> At 8:30: BTU was held in which a powerful. sermon whet' e ExcluelveN.Cltmb'UalancedYoke
D.; Smith was in, charge for the was full of the holy :spirit. Sub for Superb Draping Contoured Fltl Alterations. done on "
_1 evening's program. The 'children ject: The Holy Ghost is a Leader. e Fully Cut Meticulously Tallortdl Premises
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choir ho sang like . ;
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,MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" DRUG STORES Civil Service Exams
i, ,
TO For Truck DriversDade
,8 B -a. -

REGISTER'AT County Civil f Service County

Good written examination for' waste News'
Morning JudgeNews A state-wide registration of truck drivers will be old'Fi'lds,
arthritics will be conducted: during Jan, 10, 9 a.m. at Dade County

From Miami's Municipal,Precinct Court the month of January, 1958, according Personnel Department 2QO W. byWalter
Flagler st. Applications'must be
.to Mrs. Robert Boone
JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding Hovey Miami, president of the sent to the office, 931 SW.1st st Bow

By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer Florida Chapter of the Arthritis not, later than Friday noon, Jan I =-
and Rheumatism Foundation, and 3. I
"" _la. "" Homer Moore of :5004 SW 24th
... Grover F.
-- "V Ivey, president of toe .
The starting salary Is $270 '
1 per Carver Ranches, visited
Florida ave.,
State Pharmaceutical Association.
Veteran court observers were T month and the maximum $39d, .
'somewhat surprised Monday,, New Year MeetingFor I I 1 I Nassau Christmas week for the
time. lie repot'ted.en enjoyable
'Dec. 30 when the total number olcases In a recent of M Applicants must be male between first
Daughter ElksBy meeting trip.
listed on the. official docketof exec-.itive committee of the Fla. 21 and 50; must have com '
the day in Judge John D.Johnson's State Pharmaceutical Association pleted the 8th grade in school and 1, .
Municipal Court was a DT. EDNA DAVIS it was voted. unanimously to .as* have one year of fulMlme paid ,i C. W. H.: Chamber of Com-
mere 71. Many had predicted that All daughters,of Greater Miami slat the Arthritis Foundation to experience as 'a truck 'driver; at merce will 'meet Monday Jan. 0
the number would Monday higher Temple No. 769 are requested to secure ,the ,names and addresses least 80)30) vision in each ey!:, at 8:30 pjm. at the home of Wal-.
especially on te after' be present on Wdnesday, Dec. 8. of all arthritics in the state. Local 20120 1 binocular vision; (classes ter Dowe, 4444 SW 17th st.\ '
are permitted) and hearing must
Christmas. It's, the pharmacies in
first town
meeting the New
Somewhat regretful was the Year and the financial roll will and city will provide registrationcards be Florida normal chauffeur's; must have license a, be valid a I I Star Light Lodge No 542 meets,

case of Mrs. Merrill Wilcox a i3- be C311ed. Any daughter owing and complimentary copiesof citizen of the United States and, Friday night, Jan. 3 at 8 o'clockat
ycar-old woman of 458 NW 7th dues, fines, and taxes to the "Florida Arthritis News" which havo been legal| 'residents, of Fla. the Masonic Temple on Pembroke -
st., apt 9, who was charged with amount of six dollars will be suspended is a bi-monthly newsletter con- for,,24 months prior to the date Road*. Clarence Johnson,
assault and battery with &. knife and name forwarded to taining authentic information on
the arthritis of the examination. A medic W, M.; Hiram Ash; secretary
on her husband, George. The the; grand secretary. Daughters, problem.,, exam is required at time of em
husband was charged in a cross please take heed"when your name Mrs. Hovey explains that this ployment.SUFFERERS. .\
complaint ,with assault battery is called. The\ gavel Will be
and is
I sounded. > a free registration and is for The Ladies Auxiliary of the
on the wife. The incident
occurred about 1150: Saturday A list of the new and various census the registration purposes.""The purpose of C. W. IL Chamber of Commercegave
continued Mrs.
night. Mrs: Wilcox told the court committees will be read. Any past I Hovey, "is to secure the names rNwORIN..WNiIlvcP their annual dinner at the
that she saw her husband walking daughter, ruler 'who did not pay and addresses of all arthritics in home of Mrs. Minnie Warren,
$1.00 for the entertainment of the Carver Ranches, Monday even ,
with two other women and the State of Florida in order that, ,
without saying anything to eitherof council dues will not be accepted they ing. Gifts, were exchanged among"
may receive the latest .
authentic IT YOU HAVE MY MHTLI HAD* aVFr.'unD.
them. she at once pulled outa until it is paid. Are you a past I.I literature; to encourage .EC1KMA.WNOWOIU4.CH O"HUIIUJt the ladies and everyone enjoyed
knife and began to, cut her daughter ruler? arthritics who are: not now receiving oa SCALP UUUTATJONB, P EMU LAM WILL,.r. the delicious food.Congratulations .
husband. Mrs. Wilcox added that I medical attention, to see AND ITCHINO. ASK TOUR DOCTOR DHUOOllt;
her husband bled profusely anda On Christmas eve, as we were their family physician at once, MAVTICIAN OR BAJUt ABOVT XMVLAM.,. \
tussle between the two. During preparing for the gay festival of I for many victims may be saved to Leila on the
the tcssle Mrs. Wilcox added, celebrating the birth of Christ it' from the crippling effects of tho if!! opening of her new Leila Sun '
her hUSband hit her with his was flashed over radio and tele- disease If they seer' their doctor l: ! say vNISMS / dries at the corner of Pembroke
hand. vision that Dt. Marie Minnis had ea1-ly\and to live .. .
encouragement .RI .IMNAySn1 4SWrr Road, SW 5400. Much luck to her.
Wilcox explained that his Wife met a tragic death. Our hearts to arthritics that their case may ,
did ,cut him but denied hitting: bled and tears were shed as we not be hopeless for even with tho
realized the uncertainties of life. limited knowledge we now haveof
her.Judge Johnson said the cutting I A large humber, pf her daughters he disease, many arthritics BRAND NEW DELUXE
'Was completely unprovoked and escorted her body' from Richard- through medical attention, may .
uncalled for. Following his usual. son's Mortuary to St. John.." ap- be restored to active, normal lives APARTMENTS
warning the Judge found Mrs. tlst Church and listened to her through the proper use of drugs
Wilcox guilty and fined her $50or ( pastor, Rev. Thedford Johnson and with the aid of Physical I .
who electrified the large crowd therphy" RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD .
20 days' In jail. ,Wilcox :was ,
found not guilty. that turned out to 'pay their last
respect to our daughter. Someonewas If arthritics are unable to visit '6511 N.W.12tli Ave.
Among other cases heard and heard a pharmacy to register ,
whispering, "Lord ,its a mem-
disposed of were the following: good to be here, if men everywhere ber of their family may register HI 4.3673 .
Bum Bender, charged with disorderly could hear this gospel, they for them, or they may send a \
conduct by using profanity would be constrained to give up postal card to tho Florida Chap
Or Contact Sweeting
fined $15 or six days.: the world 'nH follow Christ. ter Office Arthritis and Rheumatism Stanley
Earl Wilson, charged with Foundation, 1206 Huntingtor Miami Times Office ,
Numerous cars followed her remains 1
carrying concealed (a Medical
weepon Building, Miami 32,
boning knife) fined $50 or 20 to the cemetery. As we, Florida, giving n.,me ->nd a.< ---"-
days and the knife was confiscated gave her the parting rites, we leftour I drosses and 'a registration card ..,.I ,
daughter in God's and r
by the court.J. care i and literature will be sent immediately -
keeping up. Peace to the dust of
Williams 'with \
C. charged Dt. Marie Minnis.. .
,assault and battery on his brother sick list have Dt.
Peter, dismissed; a bench Zessle Tucker, Dt. Carlee Daniels
warrant to be issued for Peter
Davis Dt. Marion
and Dt. Myrtle
for failure to appear In court' at Muldrow is feeling much better. WARMER 2530 N.W., 165tKSt Opa Locka
the trial. MINES, Inc. ,
DL Bertha Perry Is still confinedto
Albert Walden, charged with her home. We wish for thema I Painting and 7 Terrazzo Floor Tile Bath, Rent ReasonablePL :
disorderly conduct, fined $15: or speedy recovery and a bright. WaterproofingContractors I

six days. and Happy New Year. I
George Alexander, charged with All daughters who were not 1 Licensed and +f 4-4909 r
disorderly conduct by sleeping on present at the funeral of Dt. Maple 1 Insured by City. wand
private property' and with carrying Minnis will pay a fine of $1.00 County
concealed 'weapon (a knife) aside from the tax 'of $1.00. Your 186S NW 69th 6t ,',' ? :r Call between 8 a.m. and 9;30 p.m. I
fined $5.00 or two days on the dues will not 00.accepted until Free EstimatesMy
sleeping charge, but the fine was fine and tax is paid. The list of Call any hour "4'
suspended also fined $50 Or 20 those who were not present will Ph. NE 5-6879 ,
days on the knife' charge. be called and checked ,by two .

Teddy Ingraham charged with secretaries. District Deputy Dt.
For Tasty Home-Cooked Meals-Eat At
I IBuster's
being drunk and with carrying Marie White has urged that there
concealed weapon (a knife) be no argument. Just limply payIt
fined $5.00 or two days. on the unless an excuse 'Was grantedas J. B. SMITH Kitchen I
knife charge. to fines.
Norman R Blanch, charged The daughters of Greater Miami ELECTRICSERVICE I
with reckless driving, ,fined $25 Tempi No. 769 extend our in Baker's Famous Corner
or 10 days. heartfelt sympathy to Dt Ellen
Oscar Butler charged with assault Taylor and Dt. Sibyl Ross in the Butter Collie, Prop,
and l battery: on Pearlie Mae passing of their tfster' and aunt In Electrical Contractor

Butler, dismissed a bench Key West, Dt Loretta Allen who HOUSEWIRING Specializing in Souse, Peas and Rice and Boiled Fifth .
erved a special for the r
warrant to be issued for Pearlie as .
Mae for failure to appear In Temple in Key West. It Is our "Don't CUM Call al" -
6901 N.W. 15th Ave.
court at the trial. mderstandlng that the funeral ,
Tom Butts, charged with as- ervices ,will be held on Sunday, PHONE NE 5-3056 .

sault and battery with a boardon 'an. 5.And. Nlftit
his wfe, Etta Mae, and Etta now as. we go into a New or Day
Mae was charged In a cross corn- Year: Jet us strive to live' today
plant with assault and battery as 114 was our last and by so
[with a knife on Tam Tom was doing this will be a better'' world TV SICK ?
dismissed-.nd. Etta Mae was fin I in which to,Jive. We wish for, all '

ed $75 or 30 days a Happy New Year. )fftv wxe tu u5t .

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PAGE ,10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1958 I Dies .1 ORA D.. mm

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fJ ( : : Motto: "Not Better.; Beat Buy*"

',:'CARDSMEMORIALS rest 14601 Lincoln Boulevard

; PHONE CE 5-4246 .
': I OR CE 6 9977
;.. I gratefully wish to thank the DEATHS \.
,'WI 'ltA.jy.hedford Johnson and FOR RENTBrand FOR SALE
,d members of St. John Baptist) Twenty acres of cleared land
e Al Church, and the many friends new delux apartments, for $2900 to $3,500( ( per acre inSouth'Dade.
and neighbors for their prayers,' ..b f+ residential neighborhood. 6511W Call for appointment.
flowers, card$ and letters offered of Albert '. 12th ave., phone in 4-3673

during my recent illness. May Mrs. Mattie HarreH of 859 S\ or contact Stanley Sweeting, BROWNSVILLEOn
God.. bless all of you. 127th terrace in Howard, Fla Miami, Times office. | three bedroom home on
Mrs( Haley Matthews died Dec. 25. Burial was Tuesda. large lot fenced, landscaped.An .
1606% NW 1st court 'Deo. 31 in Howard at 2 p.m. & ONE CLEAN person to share excellent buy. Total price,
Paradise Cemetery, furnished apartment. $15.00 a $10,500. Call for appointment.
THANK YOU i week! pay, half of electric bill
I Samuel Bright( Jr., died Dec J26 NW 8th st. Apply apt. 10. RICHMOND'HEIGHTS
The family of the late, fTwo three bedroom homes.
25 at Magnolia Clinic in .
OppLocka. '
MR. JERRY McCOY Funeral services held THiBEE: SPACES in all new Beau- Buy direct from owner for equity.
\ takes this method of expressing Dec '28 at 3 p.m. in the were chape y Shop., Will arrange to suit Nursery school building. Suitablefor
heartfelt thanks and appreciation Burial in Paradise jeauticians. PL 1-9250. 'Mrs. other public usages. Enquire
I to the many' friends, who John 'D. Dowdell, 82, well Jones. for particulars. .

'were. so kind during its hours of Infant Jackson died Dec. 27 in known Opa Locka pioneer, who ''
bereave nt. Thanks for your; Jackson Memorial. li-'ed at 2040 Washington Street CLEAN furnished room in nice GOULDS
cards, letters telgrams, flowers was held Tuesday Graveside, Dec.service Si- died on Tuesday Dec. 31 at Jack Christian home in Liberty City Five| large lots. Cash or terms.
and other kiDd'gestures of sym at paradise. son Memorial Hospital l following ?hone NE 5-1830.
pathy. Special thanks ,to the a short illness. For a n u m b e r ,
Bain's Funeral Home for its of years Mr. Dowdell was the, Four large lots. Cash, $1,500
courteous Mrs. Maude Johnson of 1346j leading, sales representative for each. Zoned for duplex.RICHMOND .
service. Again, thanks FOR SALE
NW 6th ave., died Jan. 1 in Jack HEIGHTS
to ;everyone for everything. the Miami :Times in the OpaLocka
\I The Family son Hospital. Funeral arrangements are. Mr. Dowdell is sur- Everything in Gospel Music Sixteen homes to be built in
? are incomplete. vived by his widow, Mrs. Dlde Everything for the church. Also January. Prices $13,500 to $15,000.
tf of Dowdell. Funeral services will beheld church furniture and 1958 commentaries Come in to see floor plan and '
CARD OF THANKSThe Daisy Christian 6108 NW Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2 pm. at: 242 NW. 8th st., apt. 5 discuss terms. Most beautiful
family of the late, 23rd. court, died Jan. 1 in Jackson Trinity CME Church. B. Solomon I Miami 36, Fla. homes yet for the Heights
I PHELBROOKS SMITH SR. Hospital. Funeral arrangements Funeral Home in charge. ,
wishes to express its sincere' appreciation are Incomplete.

I for the many cards, Clifford Riou Dies WANTED GLAND TROUBLE
telegrams flowers and other
Range . 2 BEAUTICIANS 1 part time,
of received
sympathy 1 full time.. Vonnie's Beauty Urinary Ailments
during its recent bereavement.
Special thanks to the Rev. Aaron Robert Parker of 6008( NW 18th ,1y.: Shop, 1036 NW 3rd ave. Pains In BACK HIPS, LEGS

D' Hall, Mrs. Pearl Johnson ave;, died' on Dec. 25.: He is sui Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR,

Boyd, and Francis Funeral Home I vived by a brother, 2 sisters, a Ly WEAKNESS
for service. / mother, and other relatives Lots For SaleA If you are a victim of these
The Family Funeral services were conductedon symptoms trouble may

I I Tuesday, Dec. 31 at the N e v .,', '. . Real Bargain be traced ttonGlandu inflam
CARD: OF THANKS Hope Baptist Church with th, -( '', . ,ISO x 139, $1,650 mation'of the Prostrate Gland.
; ol Glandular inflam-
pastor, Rev Brown officiating ; I Airport Gardens
The family of the late Burial was conducted at Lincoln : ; mation often leads to prematureloss
i Build
TED: MOORE Memorial Cemetery. k J; :;:; on your: Repair of function, low vitality, lost

takes this method of expressing ,..:":,) :( I your home vigor, surgery or malignancy.Why .

thanks and appreciation to their George Brown of 1600 NW 63rrt .,, ,\\f.1; ,; No Money Down Suffer Delay and
friends for kindnesses Get Worse
many st., died at his residence on Del ,. i Cash paid for your lots
shown during its hour of be-, :> Modern Methods Bring
reavement. 27 following an extended illnes .! or home Gratifying Results

Thanks 'to Rev, A. J. Reddick- He is survived by several sis i, (':' JE 8.1340 BARON Without Surgery In Most Cases
ters and brothers and other rela '.':
and the Francis Funeral Home; .. CONSULTATION FREE
also the personnel of the RaceTrack I tives. Funeral services were cor .t r Hours Mon. Tues., Fri, Sat.
both 'white and colored. I ducted on Thursday, Jan. 2 at S \ 10 am. 5 p.m.
Again thanks to everyone' for Paul AME Church with Rei : .f.. Import & Export Co.I Closed I Wed. Thurs.

everything. May God ,bless each Sneed officiating Burial 'w a t SOUTHERN CLINIC
of you is our prayer conducted at Lincoln 13 S.E. First Aye I NEW LOCATION

The Family v John Clerk<< of 2770 NV HialeahNear Near 27th Ave.

IN MEMORIAM'I 43rd terr., died at Jackson: Hoi- ......}lUU tt.Uu, i4wO I\W filth Miami Springs Bridge *

In sad but loving ,memory' of pltal on Doc 28. He U survivedby Court, died oh Friday, December 2000( ( ( Indian Blankets $4.98 value New Lovely HomesJE
his parents, a brother and: 27 after i
our dear wife mother and grandmother a long illness. His fune- $2.00 each
other relatives. Chapel servioes ral was held Friday,' January 3 ; 5 ton Cannon Towels substand- 8-1340 BARON
1 MRS. IDA GIBSON II were conducted on Tuesday, with at St. Agnes Church, the Yen.' ards $1.00 lb. Open from 3-5 p.m.

who departed this life Jan. 5, burial at Lincoln % John Culmer, rector,' officiating. 5000 Chenille Bedspreads singl 2 bedrooms, Florida Room
i 19 1. May she rest in peace, andy Mr. Riou, a native of Key West, I. and double $2.99 each. 2338 NW 55th Ten-
(11 light perpetual shine upon Johnnie C. Studstrll>, the 2- lived in Miami for the past 40 3000 Scatter Rugs samples, .1St1000ePillows
her. month-old son of Mn. and Mr years. He was a well. known 'and 4901 N.W. 43rd Terr.
", Albert! Gibson, husband Major Studstill of 1408 NW 63rd respected citizen. new, $1.00 each. Garage And hardwood floor
Naomi Jenkins, daughter st., died at Jackson Memorial) Surviving are a wife, Mrs. Lucille 1WO Sheet Blankets, fine quality Built on your lot
Earma McNorton, daughter Hospital on Dec. 29. Besides his Riou, two sisters, Mrs. Ers- : $1.00 each. or mine
Harcourt Gibson, son parents he is survived by severaleatives kine Ward and Mrs. Samuel l 1000 gals name brand paint, all
(Myrtle Gibson, daughter !. Chapel services will b" Knowles and several other. relatives colors $1.69 gal BARON JE 8-1340
John Williams, Gloria j conducted on Friday, Jan. 3 at 2000( ( Mattress pads single and
Gibson, and 'Freddie Lee 2 p.m.: with 'burial at Lincoln. double $1.99, $2.99.
Gilliam,. grandchildrenIN Foam Rubber pieces, all sizeS'
Jitnev Driver Diet $ GO lb

MEMORIAMIn I Richardson . ,
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sad but loving memory of Clifford Riou, 1464; NW 5th !

my dear husband, court, died Dec. 27 in Christia,
JOHNNIE, LOVE .fospital.. ,Funeral was held Jai WE PAY CASH
who departed this life on Jan >, 1958 from St. Agnes Episcopa
3, '1966 and was laid to ,rest on Church at 10 a.m. Interment u* FOR YOUR LOTS
Jan. 7, IWfl. -Jncoln. .
Sleep on dear one' and take ,
1 I ,.W;e, your love you:rest but God'* loved youtest. I' Fletcher Paschal, 2978 NW UNion 5.5 017 LOOKI! Any, day_ or hour you
.' 2nd St., died Dec 27 in Jackson L1T are welcome. See the Great Adviser

'', Mrs Annie Love, wife 'Icmorial Hospital. Funeral wash UNion for all eases and problems.No .
And Family ".- . ..'. ., .1 LJa: ,, .2. :-aJ.2 ,pm,,.fram MI ;;': matter what, com. Brine
____ ______< s Sinai Baptist Church. Burial in : . your friends. No mall answered.
Lincoln 1 i : : Keep this address _

Wife of Fr Primo :t.,, r MR. FREDERICK Ii J. ERNEST
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Mrs. Lena Hardy Bamswell 244 McIntyre St.

Dies in Georgia 1773 NO 151st St., died Dec 30, : " " " " " " '"+ West Aayannah, Ga.
1957 in Magnolia Clinic, Opa -
Locika. Funeral on Saturday 2pm.
Mrs. Quinten E. Primo Sr. :;
from, the chapel Burial in i
wife of Fr. Quinten E. Primo Sr.
died on Wednesday at her home Lincoln., f I MID-WAY. Cis SERVICE :
Ia Albany, Ga., following, a period n F : { .
William Jord rein. ISP
f a number of Illness.of years Fr. ,PrJmo vicar.'and was missionary for I NW
of the .1! ow e r east ). IftSR) In Jackosn Menwi"WospitsL 4t. 'lenherAlomOPaschaI: 24-HOUR SERVICE.
coast of Florida. of'the! Episcopal Funeral will .be he'd T., 2978 NW 52nd St., died Dtc.1)
Church, with his residence at Tan. 8, 3:30 ,pm. Burial ,hi Lin- ?7 in Jackson Memorial Hospital II' COURTEOUS EFFICIENT I
Delray Beach. after a short Illness. < i
Old-timers: at St. Agnes'Episa coln.William Mr. Paschal was one of .
copal Church will recall ,that on Ray. &18 NW 3rd. oldest Miami Beach Jitney driv-I I , Phones:
the ,occasion of the ordination +ave.. ant R, died Jan 1 at home ers and operated Jitney No. 1 up .
/Fr. Quinten E. Primo Jr., both the Funeral(' held Jan. 9 at 10 am/ until his death.

.,. father and .son, celebrated the in the chapel. Burial In Lincoln His, three sons, Roger Fletcher
mass at the,same.time. Jr. and David are all teachers in NE 4-7540 NE 5-5260

Funeral services for Mrs. Prlmo < '''1'Af..le.' 8chwettnt"Dr. the Dade County system. Also
jt will be held on Monday, Jan Homer wfttl A. Jack surviving is a daughter, Mrs. .
Oat 3 pJn. in Albany. Quect Speaker Lillian Wheeler of Washington.
II Persons desiring to send condolence D. C.

Sunday' Service .. ._ 11380:
' DO' the death > of Mrs Church' School.._- ,.?..,.,. 1030 Funeral services were held on Liberty City
Primo,,mty"address them. toFr.. FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH Thursday from Mt. Sinai Qaptitt
'Qutntea E. \Primo Sr. 607 Rest* Dlxto, Hw)'. (U.S. I) SvW. *! R!. i I i Church with Rev. S. A Thomas
deace/ave, I Albany, Ga., I I|I officiating. -
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Along Freedom's Road RITZ THEATRE .

By RUTH PERRY.aa.alaaaaaaaataaaaaaaaar
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Finishing our discussion of the proaches and techniques to attain Barbara Stanwyck' '
history and background of the his objective of first class "
NAACP this week after five con- citizenship." In this struggle, Mr. 40 Guns0Plus DRIvE +n 'HBATfiesnMM .
ferences together of interested Wilkins continued, Negroes will
(people in 1909, in May, 1910, a not be Intimidated by economic r llinnMHHB Hifldrtd HHV"V
permanent body to be known as reprisals, threats of violence or I
the National Association for the violence itself. On the other JERRY LEWIS NE 53513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
Advancement of Colored Peoplewas hand, large segments of the "Delicate Delinquent"
organized, pledged to anationwide white population of the South
work for Justice to have been intimidated and at the FRIDAY SATURDAY
the Negro race. present time do not,dare to dissent -
in any degree from the position
ONE BROAD taken by rabble-rousers 1U11EIiE

1957, surveying nearly a half reinforced by the politicians.THE .

century of NAACP work, the IMPORTANT ISSUE w
= GuNs
outstanding overall accomplishment Tel. NA 1-7322 '
of the organization, in the The most important issue facing ,
opinion of its leaders, might be the United: States Is that of SUN., MON., TUE. GN.A.tNIORawC teor o
said to be a general loosening of full freedom and equality for all
the color-caste system in the its citizens. We .cannot pretendto "BABY DOLL"Starring
United States. The system, though
Caroll! Baker "THE UNHOLY WIFE"Diana
still operative, is declared to have be valid model for democracy

lost a degree of its former inflexibility. if we continue, even regionally, Plus"UNHOLY ? Dora; Rod Steiger, Tom Tryon
to insist on race s\ elority. WIFE"

Robert Morrison MacIver, awell I Starring Diana Doris MONDAY
known sociologist, set forth I Rod Stelger SUNDAY -
the results of a study of inter-.
Club Looks
group discrimination in the. \.This Program' ADULTS
United States in a book, The.
Recommended for ONLYI
More Perfect Union (New' York, Back on 1957The
Macmillan, 1948)), (in which he
stated.. :: Liberty City Social and
It is beyond contention that Industrial Club, looks back with
In the United States all 'colored' pride tp some of the things they
people and this designationmust did in 1957: to fulfill its indus- AIR.CONDITIONEDCAPITOL
here be extended to Include trial purpose.
Chinese, Hindus, Japanese, Koreans -
and Filipinos, as well as In the summer we donated toward -
Negroes, and for fuller measure a scholarship to a studentat
American Indians and Latin Northwestern High' Schol. I'' SAT.. MIDNITESUN.
Americans are commonly regarded At Thanksgiving we contributed ., MON., TUES.
as, and commonly treat- to the sick with baskets. and
ed as constituting a lower caste. donation. JAN. 5.6.7
In the drawing of this line practically I
no distinction! is made between At Christmas time we g a v e "SHORT CUT
people of high cultural food and gifts to the needy. We TO HELL" TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
achievement or historical eminence also xohanged gifts atjChrist-
and those which have no With' ROBERT IVERS
such mas.We :
gave each member a birth- ificu v jy WYMiWi
LYNCHING day shower. There are many FABULOUS/LOKCHAN: Y
things: we did In '57. We are *,*
Until recent years, a concomitant striving to do more In '58. ,
of the caste subordination& of JOIN THEY. ) i
Negroes was'the lynching by E. Zanders, presidentN. T
mobs, which often carried on this Rumph, secretaryE. JAMES CAGNEY
macabre activity secure in the Morgan, treasurer M. C. A. TODAY!
knowledge that predominant local M
sentiment was on their side. DOROTHY MALONE .
The NAACP from the beginningof
its organization has 'consist JANE GREER
ently carried on a campaign
against lynching. The organization ROCRLAND PalaceYour -
also campaigned for a federal
anti-lynching law and although .teal wl .
such legislation never became a Biggest Dollar Value in iI1hJ8 ,
reality, the campaign itself served -
as an education for many
white Americans by further exposing Liquors, Package Good and Beverage
the extent and the hor-

rors of lynching. The Finest Food at Popular Price > d

RACISM 829 ,NW. 2nd'Avenue Phone FR 4-9943 i

:Having helped to underminethe
acceptance of lynching, which
it considered to be the first task
In its war against racism, the
NAACP proceeded to the gigantic -
undertaking of eliminating
other manifestations: of race pre- LAST CHANCE TO SEE AND HEAR' ,.- ::4P w l L
judice in America: segregationand
discrimination. The associa
tion's activities in this regard' JAMES BROWN
have made a part of recent
American history. The methods
used by the NAACP was summarized AND THE FAMOUSFLAMES
by a native Alabamannow 1
residing in Georgia ,whose / 1
letter on'Southern.racial relations
was published in The Christian
Century, Chicago, May 30, 1958. STARTS THURSDAY
Albert E. Barnett said in this letter -
"Please Please Please"
: ,
"As a southerner I am thank- "JABK3 FENftlOREpOPEsVS GREAT ADVENTURE CLASSIC

ful today-as,for the has NAACP.happened Elsewhere through. FRI., SAT., SUN., JAN.. 3-4-5 OP GREATEST ADVENTURER OF ALL!

out history repressed minorities
are, seeking redress of grievances SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 p.m.-2 a.m.
by torch," dagger and .bomb
instruments that produce social .
chaos and involve loss of precious
moral values . The NAACP BEGINNING MONDAY JAN. 6 tiNA01ee1M
I M N Ww1
counsels patience and moderationand
admirably illustrates both.
It hires a good lawyer and takes GUITAR SLIM J
Its cases to court.*

,Mr. Barnetff letter alsd pointsout The, Man With The Golden FingersPLUS .,
: "In no case has 'pr1vUere'sumndered a
of its own accord. ,
Nor will it. If to 'go slow' Is to
relax pressures through the courts LLOYD LAMBERT AND HIS BAND tt6tiilfMM1ira111
and public opinion, no social
change win be effected.
DEMOCRACY Opening Adm. 75c Rest of Week 50c II

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