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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 18, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00581
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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".citizenship.r.class Sputnik. a.of. tbe.probton:.. solve to Savannah. In librarian College. ethunee-Cookman! ,t PLIe,.: or 5-2021) NE t, to coaae'to husbands askfoj She .pm., : t ., .. .atp.m.- 1 21,- Jan. ,Tuesday: '

teconoV a f of concept the .unable be-and training technical public A as, contract her lug degree, 8., B.. .'his won Atkinson herat- pbone .'can' ; + .' ''''' -, -30.;:Jan nigbt the, on -pfeecratarttef.at340 in 1 NW 1831 School on Green H. H. Dr. of none
tolerate the as long as power claw deacv-and,. la 'Jmow-hew, ,. .ka &let-' co is Elizabeth wife Dr. Ga. Griffin of native A cannotttteBdMhenrmlly vrho persons said! She blocks own- their in. .t-lime- :Wlreatle3 tM.:"t 1. Jan' treldflber' Txr -win- Ceremonies

*second a become must "America, Amer-, lose win l we contended! be L, rally. the at served be will.ments theirwrking of hour one give lo needed Sunday next this held be win V 30<3 president' is Brown
that conclude to him led] have. segregation, of problem>> national Ga. Savannah in years three past refresh- free that said GUI are' women. additional, of number Jan. for set 'plan collection., Dimes I O. John Pr which of ,
Representative York New the the Ignore iwe U Segregation. and gloves.His the for practiced has and School out.Mrs.
large a that: said March Mothers' of March county-wide' Polio on i -Association Democratic County Dade) ,
said, Caribbean the sand Africa Science: : Sputnik! are Powell said leather of* pair a and, spike Dental University Howard the of help to march they,cases many in the of division colored the 2dothers"'March''" "the:for volunteer the cf officers of installation the -,
Asia through tripe constant His ',America facing evils three The -railroad a pick. >i ice, an screwdriver\ : graduate 1953 a is Atkinson Dr. that out pointing too rally the of 1 chairman Gin Alese Mrs. to wishing workers for rally I attend to invited is public. The+ 3
a flashlight a revolvers Two' ave. 15th NW 6705 at dentistry f
er" session. this :with st 14th NW 370 Bar of practice the for office his f

pow first-class a as finished are -Representatives\ of House the before coming Jack's in doing were they what open- has Atkinson H. Ben Dr. .
DImesRally of
police to explain couldnt they . 19A, Jan. March j
we pattern segregated! lily-white ( .
proposals& education the all .mgfla i =' & ij
i when Tuesday carry. tail> in landed_ E
a of basis the on, this all do we amendmentto an attach:< to \attempt .I Futch C. L. !and Smith Stanley E %; i
aa long as "but Russia than Congress day r rrFr---I
would be that of t
!Drink a Mixin Just ,
'r' -orbit the into satellites more throw -opening the oa announced ) ( 'if"r'.1. ;JK Theodore son re- "students' white with equality- .month next

and scientists more train PowellD.NY Clayton 1, Adam his of behalf in. Gfoscn, Theodore complete); of buts a on schools ty I -gathering raising barbecue-house' a
Americacan that believes Powell -Congressman- )ANP".' ( Washington' Arlington to limited will z :,, Rev. the by ago' .hal a and year a coun- the attend to seeking. for t way under are plans d sa'd!'... He
I filed d suit the of history! the. -students Negro of,,group a lor' area. the of *rre&at' t
effect its Thus Virginia.
- in -detail in related Boardman -attorney NAACP Jr. Graves E. G. I -Interested Other and League Civic ca Loc (
circuitcourts other on binding not is t
16. Lee on Opa the of members, by
Segregation case a i.out.Mr.knocked is provision
Science butt criminal in .ered W"t .
ren- was 'it' because state the jy, : : constitutional: state the until law Lieb Judge before ,hearing a at --voluntarily performed, be will project I I
arguments !oral in took t Boardman the in labor all said Brown\ Mr.
appealed be cannot decision .. -assignment pupil the to as question no
.. .
position same was
Mr. (
Jry.His . can there that and races both LABOR VOLUNTARY
Sputnik McCar-. T. Walter Judge t rout: f \.' '''' '' '";.-..'.W. for facilities educational .equal" special. Legislature.This a by1 passed 1956 range archery: possible. a and
Euils ls Three T $ ;: 'Separate for Tttfaf t the of session .
Arlington by Monday on l; but : law assignment the of provisions! courts sbuffletooard and tennis: s.E
I -uncoJXrtltuaonal found\ was .neetings. . .,. -constitution Florida the of provision under operated being is system ,basketball provide to expected Lig)
: public at Negroes and Whites ., basic, under operated' 'being' fact {building! recreation and) UHeld( ;
school the that contended
for seating separate requiring ,. in 1 are schools;:-Coun Dade the ,.
.. -attorney Board School Boardman the to addition: in: ;center Thy
,1aa341. MlWaro law Virginia's Va. Arlington that contention repeatedthe brief
F. Edward brief. 11-page an budget.\ year's text from
tat to generously Give mi. away tehohrtklp capon to : legal 16-page a to Graves ey
system.In school County Dade come to expected is them
1' needed is help Your acrrtce. nrolnf(II t iMymemtal r I, tta fen. .aaa ,Jdg., 'Graft;, Says,. .''controversyMr. the integrate I to move current of remainder the and project the
teaching t therapy physical for I fives are.. and *pfeyB&aa fv tef. .
toward 00 $8$ allots budget year's
., present the of core the not was the in counsel opposing by Liebu ,
school advance research tdenHia cotta' ate They' ..... tocBal. .. This completed., when $15,000$ "
.. t law t assignment pupil evenhe! \ P. Joseph Judge Federal<< --0.
medical and therapy physical t er/*.*ttA.for. aaRaIIJ awarded ale..slit.ii., any. in that and -before given were law assignment I cost to expected is center* The

are Scholarship Dimes. of Mirth. ) ..,! te. rated, fBafe. .. fna -- unconstitutional was law assignment pupil the pupil Florida the f M gionths. two within Installation Hold

intt7 scholarships, ,awarded wen c. N. ,**!*& Gay Htfyua, aid ,finf'";,.Set. ,'S..r.,/. \thai contention earlier his peated I -constitutionality the to as opinions Legal constructed be will) building .
: ,
; Delaney
Ala. Luverne, Smith Vlrginetta OW WHfcerfree Jaaa, I recreation the and month this to Demos Young
Betty :C. N. Salisbury Afiflenaa.n Lewder ;rtffctn) to. ( -- out laid,be win diamond!, baseball '

.. .. ..':'' Florida the of member only the Law Assignment Argue a that 'though; added 3ASEBALL Brown'

A. ;. .' .:"" :became be when 8 1956 1 in F1ELf// at patients the of all to tributed
.... "i:')".... .-attention nationwide drew Orr Rep {/ said. Brown dis personally were auxiliary the
11. }:" Griffin. Gov. or Lowry Jen.. Manager. : City ,years two J3. b.; wrapped gift and, purchased

I IA. ; K;!' !either with subject the debate to: Attys compleTed llbe./will court 21st IW were that gilts! 271 22 Dec On

..... "delighted been have would he Boardman B and Graves and Street, /Burlington: < at association. local the With

said representative. , Dade ,The located'be to center acre four The Sea Christmas 6t( sale the in Bid
.. declined! too fee but, Jonist, J 't t Locke Opa to and Lantana at Hospital
segrega ardent another gia<3eor: built be win center Negro A Tuberculosis State Southeastern the
of. Griffin, Marvin Gov. nvited genera: the that and opponent Marvin Gov. *.engagement. ,e'the i officiating. pastor mon a cheer: spread to ,1967 year the
Levy Mr. out pan to failed. his be would Lowry\ Gen. that cancell-: GenLawry J. but Jr rr Gal E. Rev. Miami South AME. Loka Opa fur.. projects its of one as had cine
debate the after that.said Orr understanding the with Florida B. John Rep. segregation. print, :Joh St. at p.m. 2 at Wednesday Medi of Academy County Dade
t peU'' of University athe\ program is who Miamian'' .) known ell, .hel. were services Funeral the to Auxiliary. Ladies declined had Lowry, Mr. ;bod student a on issue the of witha: date debating a had relatives. other for CHRISTMASThe
ScholarshipsLeft Drive Dms* Awarded that publication student a integrationside ,, t Center
the debate to -Coins LeRoy Gov. by defeated severa,. and. brothers three sisters BUSY& HAD AUXILIARY
-Alligator Florida the of editor Levy\ -invitation an. accepted he said Orr Rep. butas 1956. in Florida. .of governor: fou Hannah Arthur Mrs., and r .
David from: word, received 3rr declined. Georgian the be to wanted who egationist M.: parents his sons two Lucille 50th.L: NW 2&6Q&
60,000, tacts. Rep.'however. week last Late but general the of place the take seg- known wen Lowry.: 'umpter wife his by survived ,
Florida. in members the of segregation against accepted.! is Hanna. Green H. H. Mrs. of home the at
pastorsjsd TOO elders presiding 9 rccorr on go to Legislature f already had to invited war Georgia of. Griffin General 15- Tallahassee} Academ.; the to Auxiliary Ladies

has District: Episcopal llth The It.H1a.Ieah.29th and Rd.! Okeechobee .treasurer.Recthtion jon ;th by entertained be will bands

"Methodism. Brian\ t est W t at canal the in floating John- Kenneth Mrs. and hus- their accompanying. Wives
Florida of office, Relations Uc>ui%' OnT John With Segregation Debate Lowry found was body victim's The -secretary Portier; Madge Mrs. ;iroup: host. as Medicine of Academy
the through' Office State the, 3 Not Will night. Sunday recovered the of president is Brown O. olin County Dade the with 19 Jan.
sent contributions the and rear was car The submerged. and nal Mrs..! aIs. .S *Christmas (of sale he Sunday on Miami in here meet
this during" churches the of ne: i.* into plunged: -five- card\ in office post local our at .iven will Association
every in observed be Day NAACP PAGES SIXTEEN NW off curve a negotiate to failed were' Dental Medical Florida the
1958 18 1 JANUARY SATURDAY FLORIDA MIAMI!,, 21 No. YEAR 35th .service of hours Sixteen_. .. andPharmareuticei
an that and card membership I convertible speeding Hannah's. White. and Negro antanar. y 61 District Southeastern The'(
paid-up-to-date a carry Florida -r. .. said police Gardens Hialeah
in church the of member every' ElBa in MuUmur No et MuUntnr Tempera Z 1958.1 of fatality

have to\ made be efforts strenuous traffic 7th County's' Dade was He Meet Miami
that recommended further Il Miami J st\South\ 63rd SW 6125

"freedom. of cause the -Hannahof Herman as pocket his
implement to do to plans or does papersin, from identified was He
!it I everything'! in percent thousand M- jp.police Thursday last found ,
a NAACP. the importing 'was Rd. Okeechobee off Sunday Dentistsin Doctors '
approvingand! as record on go canal a into plunged car whose

that that recommending man 30-year-old a of body The .

a made Committee _

Sher-Then presiding.Bishop .8 Jan.,reen,e. ?r r Up' "
Mter:4Days Body Gives
*in Dis-met iscopal Church> :> 11US AME the\ ci ferenc : 4 B Canal I

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Around Miami '

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By OAVfi (Mr. Swing BONOU ,

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..ONCE AGAIN we and ourselves -' 4'4 f { 'N d. h ; N
1' .I keeps the same Intro-all week so
without Iag.much to write
that what I'm talking ]
. you can see
about except Hat we that
something neat be clone about say the about . Also at the Palms 7 S n'r
this week, you'll see and hear b
Miami Spring Gclf Course. Seems rt
Cds Columbo and his Swinging
to be the ue: ""i'Vik Gentlemen. The combo consistsof
:' that they ens live 'pieces that have a Stan

putting the .:,J., ,( Kenton, Count Basic, Duke Ellington A
""screws** oa m.' : Ted Heath ,sound. They v,
The onegolfers. -iby 1 ; : IIJ"i are really: great and are the bestI've .5-
heard in life. Please, 4 ,
CMugr , Pk ; __ .
Uonda.1.Gt : i) whatever you do, don't miss ,Cris %
the nine hoJo '.I : Columbo*and his group at, the 1 f Q "i

dosed to ass Palms. Floyd "Wonderful"
cause: ""t oil 'e .. Smith is still with-Qis, and, you 4; !r
course baa to IM know I 'wouldn't lie (0ou . FM Mb

worked 11IJ::. .'. ',x/",/. you just gotta. hear this groi&K 3 ; t4 : :

what we want to know Is why
GARTH REEVES hopped plane
these caeaat: be worked
green 'I
Wednesday night to attend
co one of th* air days that the t ;, ,
publishers( meeting in Washington ,
others have "VMl. I tilled:"w. + k n y ,w fy
D. C. Thursday and Friday.
diMvtar of public welfare
Hilton -
He'll continue on to New York
and head: *f the Miami
for the
weekend before
Storings GoU Qsacse and askedhim. flying The Sunday School, children of -
back Monday morning . Tin
IHftaa informed St. Peter's O. Church and
Mr. A.
this time next week ,when THE TIMES 'The
Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE
we -
be: knew sot&tai about this situation adult members'were entertained J
,visit each other tagaUWLive life
and Chanted\! me for by Mr. Stanley Clarke and committee -
golden minute of it. 2 SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1958
bunging this pna&lem to his at every at his: home, 1651 NW 24th ,

tention. Mr. RQtea states that the ave., pn Jan. 5. ..
'course will be group ,
now on, each: Monday'so that we on their ,arrival they were serv- i erlntendcnt of the Sunday School Mrs. Ruth Strachan Mr. and' Mrs. 'l.
.the back fetal nine there OBSERVEFOUNDER'S ed a very palatable buffet dinner expresses many thanks and gratitude Wilfred McPhee.N. --i
as etas, and it is with other refreshments by the to the committee for their Rolle. reporter
to be work +taa en the course DAY very courteous\ wife of Mr. Clark splendid cocmeratlon in ,makingthe \
hcl'll personally Me that it is done I I Mrs. Guillermlng Clarke. The I outing an enjoyable one. .
All Zetas in the Miami
aa another day. Amen And
thanks to a very fair person, Mr. will be' host,'to their sisters from children distributed then by received the many committee gifts 'Mr. Clarke and his committee JABBERWOCKFebruary
HUton. West Palm Beach and Fort : express thanks to the following
Lauderdale Sunday, Jan: ''19. Stanley Clarke, Mrs. Eva HIJtor donors, for their contributions:
Wntt Mrs. Vera Green. Children and The employees, of the East Coast 10, 1958
SINCE on the subject A full day of activities has been adults expressed having had a
Radio 4nd TV Co., Mrs. Vera
of golf . her fa a word: to all
planned by the members of Beta
of us/! We bacw 'darn -well
Tan Zeta Chapter' of Zeta Phi
that the lawyer' bas this problem Beta Sorority, Inc., ip observance Auditorium.Now
In court . we also know that of their ounder's Day ;
he's having a hettova fight' on his. .
hands trying to,make it possible'for I The Zetas will worship as a

us to play easy day , but group 'at the Macedonia Baptist "
yall: ain't bad It ;none a 'fall Church In Coconut Grove, and, at the beautiful . .
"-' 'tor playing 5,'6, T, 6, 9 and more immediately following the wor-
in a group. PTJBAEE play only 'upto ship service, they will Join in a
fouro.o rna.: Don't take 'whiskey motorcade to the home of Mrs. ,

on the a essay 'use vile Jan- Dorothy, J, McKellar, 5333 NW
gage, drop papsr all over the '29th court, a member of the hos- JIM I JAM CLUB
place and pleas cut out the ar* tess chapter. Here the three chap-
"Xumcnts. "The >toHur: out there will ters will fellowship and recall, the .
mt cay a ward. :to,ywu about these days of the founding of Zeta by,
things, bat tbey toe and'hear, and five young women on the campus

are waiting to bring these things of Howard University, Jan. 16, ... MIAMI'S NEWEST SUPPER CLUB* f'i
out, 'against tt* when this thing 1920. "
comes into covert. These very (Formerly The Palm. Bowling Alley)
things will dry as because,all I A program has been 'planned 1 Cl j
'of them are ages t the rules. Wo for"inspirational afternoon and,
1900 N.W.15th/ St. Phone PL 9-8651
Twill defeat OBXsetaes if we ,do evening. Special citations, acknowledgements .
rant follow sole des and act like and accolades .
'jsenCemen. See yVdl next Mon- are a part of a ceremony (plannedfor :>

"tfay when we -can play 18 'holes Thomas the, chairman occasion by of Mrs.recognitionfor E. B. THE; ONE AND pNLY. . "

the. chapter.
I HOTEL BaL Bktpptf of the i I ,Mrs. Marguerite Miller is

-'r-.c Betty PAoach, Reha
r .*- chairman of the Founder's Day BLANCHE GALLOWAY
Hik'Thomas Wiggins, 4nn
observance assisted Mesdames
Pray and ZSert&a MoMUllan."They by S
hotels Hazel Wilcox, Rosa L.. Fortson, :
: Cot two a T three larger .
Johnnie A. and Miss
Eddie Cherry
. .' Hey fcaw bout
InHlams matangrfof\ the Carver Nicey Jadcson. Proudly Presents ': I
is now a big. xvstanrant owners!! Members of the Zeta Amicae ,
'yeah, he owns the Carver, I and, the young Amkettes' from A BRAND ,NEW SENSATIONAL SHOW'
:Lstsnge'Rataxrasst' and is getting West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale .
a reputation of serving good food, and Miami will be special.
"with good service. Best of lucflc to guests of the, Sorority 1 FEATURING.. :

Eddie and air hope. everybody
win give, his service and food a CALENDARS, OUT NEXT

IQ. WEEK The first{ ,birthday-anniversary Andre Williams & Gino 9&o

tKI tiASMa1 KA. the featured ex. Calendar published by Beta Tau of the hit record "Jailbait" t
otic dancer at the Jkn Jam Club
I Zeta Chapter will be distributedto
has been otfencd a contract for those patrons and advlstlser ''.. Sensational Dance and Singing Team from Detroit '
a four week ssJnt In Montreal, who have waited so patiently,

'Canada at a ljOCQ per" weak rate, next ,week. The chapter takes this VANILLA, WILLIAMS .
tort tamed it dawn because" of method to'thank each person who
the cold weather . and speaking helped to make the calendar publication Revealing Shake ri' ,
from his pew I don't blame ia good beginning, Pro-

her . Last Monday Officers W. ceeds from the sale of the space KIM SIASKA I ', *
A. Milan and J. Fvrrington got will be used to help those scholarship' .
a can to the .SIt John because ''winners'' what are already Internationally; Famous Exotic Dancer *
someone was *-rt. It turned out enrolled, in colleges and univer' "
to be the band leader of the Cotton sities. ', 'GIL NELSON ,

Club .eonw.. Eddie Barefleld ,
The New "" '
I I I Romantic
Eddie clipped CIG a rug In his Personal Mention Singing Sensation: .:
mom and ibroka Us left leg. After '"
talking with Eddie he says Mrs.Irene Cooper of S3 West "" '
everything is eaoxxa be alright. 129th St.,, New York City, arrived ' cIEALs! II .. Muslc13y :
to l \ ,
- in the city Saturday spend ,_. + S.
W. C. OF THE WEEK "King" sometime sisters',relatives :' "1 '
: with( ;::' JOHNSON : :
.t WJflXX This cat turns out tote and ,friends.: On next Mondav : "
) one of the,best local entertainers Mrs.. Cooper will visit her ,cousin .. ' : ,' ,, ' And His ,Orchestra "
', that bas graced :Miami inaeeay Fr. Lambert Sands in 'West Palm ''' .'
pars, His introduction of Beach before retruning to Miami ', how Tlrpct: 10:30 fun. A 1 a.m. Tues. Thru Fri.

dbe JOve Royals,was an Intro to I and New York. Mrs. Cooper's Sat. ) shows-10:30 p.m. 1 sum, and t a.m. '
Issoal all intros. I only hope he local address Is 35"{ NW, 6th er. rfon. -
Bun .
1030 A 1
# am*-Open HOUM
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I ,Foods and Beverages at Popular Price

We cater to private parties wedding parties

THE Organizational meetings, dances, etc.
I Directory of clubs, organizations, businesses t _
*a4 wstetutlons In Miami and Surburbs) JImmie of Jtmmle's, Market and Charlie of'High Hat Liquors

JANUARY 31 IS THE 'DEADLINE Your Congenial Hosts '

Satch Robinson of New York 'M.C.iamomgas3K
your Entertaining .
,Information.Phono, 'NE 5-3321 or 4-4170

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I SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, :103S ?. ? \ 'PAGE ,

Surprise were cllmittxed with delicious re-
freshments. A number of ( the
.,. guests also enjoyed; ; themselves by:
Birthday PartyMrs. dancing the popular Ltafco.

f', is} 4," . & Maude Brown of 2779 NW (Among those present were
IyY 50th st, and her son Ulysses Bain Mesdames Willie Mae Williams
Marie Kelsey, MAC & Morgan
of 5183A NW 27th ave, in
1, Naomi Wilcox, Trances Mann
d r, Bwwnsville, were lavishly entertained
with a surprise birthday Paula, Ross, Minnie Crawford,
). in their honor Monday at Ethel Carr, Annie McKay, Frappes -
the cozy home ot Mr, !}ain and Harrison end Dorothy Lee
I Mrs Llndia Bain. The party was Daniels Misses Jene Slaten '
given by Mrs Damn Both Mrs.
and Mildred
Betty Stephens
Brown and her son.
Bloom, Messrs. O. A. Williams
In 'preparation for the unique Jr., George 'R Thomas, Archie
surprise, the goodly number of
McKay, ItocheBe :James Percy
guests arrived before the honored -
guests. As Mrs. Brown and Smith, PurleM Mcrrell, Ernest '
''I her son, Bain arrived at his Hudson Ray Cart, Junior Green..
.f, .t F Js y; home the bright lightswere Albert Williams, H. Lockwood.
", turned on and the guests Alphonso WUMjcms, Elliott '1..
: 4 ( ohs o !, ; 6 joined in the singing of the well
k..i ; w ti i y.a 1 rrv"'d known ."Happy Birthday to You". Pieze..
: Both were taken by complete .
t; ; ; surprise.
Card playing singing, dancing

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1 Cfo Saturday, Jan 11 ; Dixie is in, the process ot starting an-,i Awarding! the record player is
other contest. The boy br girl }
, Park Recreation Center, Howard WMBM's Eddie Castlerock
.T ( )
bringing. in the most R. C. Cola,
Patterson, 8244 NW' 14th court,
R } was presented a four-speed reel bottlecaps for' the month receives Castleberry, who I is host and ord player as the prire In WMBM a talble model radio. for the big teen-age dance :
1 1"\11 radio station's IL. C. Cola Bottle Each contest runs three months head each Saturday at Dixie Park
I Cap contest and at the end of this period the and broadcast ''over that station e "
,q Howard brought in the mo tI. contestant who has brought In the THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE ..
from 2 to 5 pjn. The program Is
l R. C. Cola bottle caps during the most bottle caps to Dixie Park:
three months period of the flrst Liberty Park or Coconut Grove I co-sponsored by 'Royal Crown .
contest. The IL C. Cola Company Park receives: the grand prize. Cola Bottling Co.

Fresh Meat Low Prices

J Two Claim to be Wives of Bishop Grace . I A \

'Never! Heard of Wives' Says 'Daddy' Our. Classified Columns Get Fast: RcaulUBLBJNTDSMANSHIP : .I

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Bishop C. M. Grace, familiarly ...
known as "Sweet Daddy Grace,"
told District Court Judge Holtz-
off, Wednesday, that he had never
beard. of Luvenia HendxyJtoyster : : 'J":
the woman he is 'alleged
t' to have married in 1923, until' the ,, ,
suit for support; end alimony :was

tiled Daddy in that Grace court.took the witness One of a series' on THE ART; OF BEING A GOOD mnrcnaa.:. ,

stand on, the 9th day of the trialto ,'
refute all testimony that he is : \ ,
q" '
the John Royster who married .,. ,
uvenia Hendry, deserting herflve .
i' J '" / ,
years later when their baby, I ,('1 _.. : .. . .' t.',I'(
JCayc Frances was four months '
wold1. During that period, according. 1/ '. A' i. .:. "
to Mrs. Royster, her huetoandx&anged \ :'.:f. ;
his name. to James Mor- y"f "\ '
/is forcing her to use that,name I, '
birth certificate I I .
the daughter's
on ,
I f L7 I 4' J 7, ,i I

A band writing expert testified I . t( '
Wednesday that signatures / ..,. "' ' \J' ,;
examined on a number ; .
which he f. ,+ ,.' ,
.. of John Royster, ,
of' documents :
James Morris and C M. Grace . i ,I I' .
were all written by the s a m t : I

person. : i iW
PURPLE SUIT ,,... ) /2 ,

+ Grace \ faced the .court gaily : /9frj i L:1 IF I 4f I.. ,
dressed In a deep purple suit (or ( : I It
uniform) trimmed with black
velvet end gold braid* over a 'Ni( j

striped charteuse vest, %, , /Mft4r ( .,.'t \ii I
I '
I year-old Mrs. Kay daughter Anderson'of Mrs.the Roy 30- '- L :: 'C tJ I I' is-: \c; 'ctv r4 .'

ster, testified Monday that she I
., first met Daddy Grace when she ,
was five yean old. He came to .,.. ,
Waycrws G*., where she then .--. I
resided with her mother. lie w

conducting cross, ;:she said* ,meeting and sent in for'Way.her :. Keep: your humor as dry as your vodka drinks!
mother to come to see him and
t bring the baby. "He used to call
me ,his pretty little girl" the ., -- r And_for the driest vodka drinks of all- Gordon's Vodka... Be rewarded with
added. Sh saw him only two
other times In Waycrow. The last BLEND8MEN SUPREME agree on vodkadrtnksthatareaatonLIiInglydryCordon's
time she was M l, years old and h. Vodka Ono BLENDSMAN ,...Incomparably> smooth i

asked.her to him travel on with his ministerial him. SheacconrpsnIed we know put it this way:-'It's Gordon's Be one up on NON-BLENDSMj t '

tour for a short while. '".'. v for unsurpassed aridity" If vodka Is your drink-Gordon's 'your \

TREATED HER LIKe A ,.: So be a BLENDSMAN SUPREME brand. You, too, can excel! in the art of j

FATHER \, -mix your Screwdrivers and Bloody making vodka drinks-and not Influencing .

During that time, she said he I I Marys and Moscow Mules withGORDON'S flavors. Y
treated her like a totheer. Gave
clothe, regulatwHier -' ,'
her money to buy ,
1 hottrs and -was v e r y fTJMISTMIOlVOM*
strict on me," She claimed! that
he tavght her boto meet his VODKA
fob.en ,and how to address

He told me tc) talk in the tann x
age they could tndcritand, COD ... the name that makes it better " trained young """ .
wcmaft.- H'e''' told me not to criticize1 .
them;or not to Jo ft. rnrvrls- ' ,- .1. S !., w, .' S y

ed at anything they,did. / M AND 100 PROOF'I. '. 100% HEUTML. SPIRITS$ W5T1LUD noM GRAIN a 1857 GORDON'S 'DW CIN CO, ITO, UMOW ft /. rS
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SUNDAY SELLING Mrs. Albertha Grant of New

A4 York City, is shown receiving a
From fcfew York comes news that the nation's largest check for $2,500 from Arthur" I

Association: If Retail Merchants is against opening of !JUST BROWSN'PAUL / Mendelson!{ ; general manager of

major stores: on Sundays. At its annual meeting the assoc. the I. Posner Co., a beauty products 1

iation ado ted the following resolution: supply house. The board of '

"We urge. that all stores be closed on Sunday except R. HENRYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' -- directors of 'the' firm awarded
those prinuudljr in articles' Mrs. Grant a plaque and $100 for
engaged selling absolutely necessary : ' TTTTTY'T'T'TTT'TTTT'T'T'T'TTT'' '
to Oxe health and welfare of the community." I each of the 25 years she has
Former .President Herbert Guest speaker for the occasion worked with the company as
The ,Merchants' Association represents more than I Hoover who arrived Jn 'Miami on will be'the Rev. Ralph W. Sock- Chief Production Manager and ,
8,000 dint, specialty and ,chain stores. Monday says the United StatesIs man of Christ Church, Methodist, Chemist. She supervises 75 em-
havIng a recession, not a de Nqw York City and pastor of the ployees and since joining. the
The Sunday closing movement has in several
pression. National Radio Pulpit, ,National stall in 1932 has steadily !progressed -
parts of the United States. -*.---. Council of the Churches of Christ. to her present position.
We sa among those who, favor Sunday closing. In President Eisenhower has pro- Dr. Sodkman is one of the most Also shown are other employeesof

H&mfK downtown section the merchants do close their posed out-of-town raising the letters postage from rate three on United outstanding States.clergymen In the the firm.Louisiana's. I

stores; hot in many other parts 'of'the city, business goes cents to five cents. The Congresswill . *
GD a& osaat. At the big chain stores you read huge signs, In all probability agree to the- More honors for Miss Althea Sports
OPEN (WAYS." there Increase. Gibson but she certainly deserves
Naturally, are crowds of
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.S them all., In the Associated Press
people maifiitg purchases of food and other articles
on Actress Sarah Churchill, year-end poll 214 sports writersnd
the LonibXhur.Some daughter of Sir Winston ChurchIll broadcasters by an over
people say it is very convenient for them. Per- was arrested In Hollywood whelming vote selected Althea as
Calif on (Monday on a charge of the most outstanding female New Orleans' Additional
bps Nevertheless, if these stores decide to close these
drunkeness. The arresting offi- athlete of 1957. briefs were scheduled to be filed
very uu&tuiwsci will make their purchases on Friday or cers said she cussed them out. on Jan. 14 in a suit before a fedgral
Saturday tad no business will be lost, while such action S She ,Mill receive two large tro. court' attacking Louisiana's
will show a little:: more respect for the Lord's Day. -, A 17-year-old Miami High phies the Fraternal Order of the sports segregation low.
Eagles Frederick C.Miller
School student the Miami
We expect. restaurants, drug stores and perhaps some Herald's annual won essay contest trophy and the Babe Didrikson {Light heavyweight boxer Joe ..
others: to opexL,.They considered necessary.We worth $2,600 four-year scholar Zaharias trophy presented in Dorsey, the Negro who originated
of the famed all-round ,the suit aaint\ the Louisiana
tope the Stop Sunday Selling movement will ship at the University of Miami. I memory
athlete Who was selected six Boxing Commission the fed
spread feat sections the city of Miami- in fact to thediof Offers His topic Me was The"What Greatest Vocation Re- times as: the nation's outstanding eral ,court yesterday the segre
FI.... ward. He outlined his reasons woman athlete in the associated gation law is costing him about

'We Miami ministers will welcome the closing for wanting to become a minis _Press.......poll.Thomas--tee. $10,000 from a year boxing because White it preventshim men -

of f Qrane ,-, i places on Sunday. Perhaps an active _ter.._'_ __.. _* Cain, '1228 NW 12th I or even appearing on the same
tnrrpairt front the pulpit and otherwise at this time, I Miami might get a new Veteran Parkway, was held for' drunk card with White boxers.SURVIVAL. ,
.- faig tfct* cause. Administration's Hospital. The driving and leaving the scene of .
President's budget I submitted on an accident after he struck and .
injured Thelma West 1770 NW -
Monday recommended the sum IS
for the build- 07th at.Frank.
of $1.5&5,000' new .
NASSAU'S LABOR TROUBLE ing. The present Vets Hospital is NOT ENOUGH \
the Biltmore, formerly a Coral Grisson, 13 years old .
NaaaauE Bahamas, Is making history. Unrest over the I,Cables hotel. 'who lives .at 1935 NW 4th ave.,
labor problem-ended in a strike by the taxi cabs on Sunday -, was taken to the Jackson Memorial

foBsjijMai by a walkout of hotel help, garbage col- Cab drivers in Nassau are on he was Hospital hit by for a car treatment whose driver after ; .
strike not only that, they have
Hctorai fecal workers stevedores and construction
left the
On Sunday scene of the accident at
rcorkera, been: hotels had to be closed and winter tour- more many than sympathizers.1,400 hotel workers Fifth ave. and 20th st. It's bad ..Yr'I r
ists left tIIrr dIr'; I walked out of Nassau's hotels and to hit somebody. To leave the a
is awful.Twilight .
The taxUkjvex have been fighting for recognition just tied things. up. -

for a long time with little or .success. They want employers Somebody who stole an auto- A 1
; amt trawl agencies to recognize the I Workers! mobile last week: parked it behind Club in
Union and a&nr "free competition" for their cabs. the Church of the Incarnation I '

The fewernor, fearing trouble, had 150 combat The authorities on 17th ave.were and notified 6fth and st. First, Meeting t 4

brads LttpmAt from \Jamaica. However, no trouble wasrtpuvted. picked It up. of New Year
altooegh an attempt was made ,to dynamite the .

electrical >power plant Too sorry that General Sump- ,The Twilight Sewing and Social ,

: J leaders have urged strikers to avoid any vio- ter Lawry of Georgia and Gov.declined Marvin debating Griffin Club of Miami held its, first 1'1'} d
k business meeting of the new year
"Integration vs. Segregation"with
W1 1e business has been practically crippled, both Rep. John B. Orr of Dade Tuesday night at the home of ''
Mrs. Lula
Ingraham 363 NW
aides The debate was scheduled a1 ,.
seem to be playing a waiting game. County. 14th st. The complete plans and
the Univer-
to 'take place at y
We !tape tbai some satisfactory,,agreement will soon sity of Florida on'a student body calendar for the new year were ,!
b. reached Whatever the results much harm will bee program. Had it come off we arranged by the group following
oa to Nassau.morally and financially.GEORGE might have gotten some Interesting which avery elaborate repast
data. wag served by Mrs. Ingrahamand
enjoyed\ by all present. Timely -
Fro{ Hall of Jacksonville anda greetings for the new year
BROWN Miamlan of many years ago, were happily exchanged by: all _i
who at one time wrote a column of the members present. i"a
I. Last week Miami lost one, of its pioneer citizens __ "As Hall Sees "Em" for the MIami -
GeIrn M. Brown. We met Mr. Brown more than 35 years I Times is still:'at the Jackson \
r .
... and base always had the greatest'respect for him. hope' Memorial for his early Hospital.recovery.Friends & r -5

In the early 20'a George Brown was' one of 'the out- ,r. JABBERWOCKFebruaJ7 Alicia of Los Angeles,represents
i Mrs., Marian Shannon of the more than 100fO polio
'I t.Im&1iDaIMtien> in Miami. As president of the Universal
patients for whOm the 19M
:Booker T. Washington faculty, 10 1958
;JEfati'o went Association, he was one of the !who has been Ill for two or three March of Dimes .b most unportaut. .
ekamplsBa for the progress and rights of ITegroes. 'weeks is better to.the delight of Northwestern AuditoriumDrive These patients paving

Mr. Browa was also a leader in fraternal circles. He her many friends. I arrived an attack by polio f
nerved as Grtad: President of the Improved r t. new look forward to treatment
Pall Bearers'ladjre
The YMCA's annual meeting and training which will enable
ftr dream and dinner comes off on Friday I many el them to perform the
IGsfteaaBral was held at Bethel AME Church on"WedwmBay evening Jan. 24 at the Wesley Carefully!I' routine activities- dally 11.'J
a aa four old citizens, Dr. S. M.'Frazier.. Dr. K, Foundation University of Miami. tof and learn to teeome '

' L Ffearr d,J. R. Taylor and Rev. David McCullough supporting. Alicia and teas effboesaads '
( of I
crippled polio p*
....d reminiscences of Mr. Brown's life and Utah aetd year support ..theMartlet
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CP Telethon t to Run Over 15 HoursEightyearold SATURDAY JANUARY 18,. 1358 PAGE

Vernon Thomas -
4 121 Florida Ave., Coconut Grove,
is one bt 23 Negro victims of CLEAN..CLEANCLEAN. :
cerebral palsy currently being f- . ,
treated tit United Cerebral Palsy

w Association oi. Miami. ,t :! '

This rehaibilttafion center, the . .
most complete in the United i

States is supported, by the
giant ...
Saturday Telethon and scheduled Sunday, this Jan.year 1819.for ' : : ''; :
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WCKH, channel 7, will carry $ . .. ', ,j,
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, the Telehton from 10:30 Saturday ., ', "V S '
evening to 2 o'clock Sunday ,*
afternoon. Niles Trammel VVV5
WCKT-WCKR president has V,
Y; cleared all other programs from F:1'S
the channel for the Telethon ;:
period. I : : V
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Dozens of top-drawer stars ,
have already volunteered their
services: Cab Calloway, Vic Da-
mone, the Ritz Brothers, Billy h
Bckstine, Georgia Gibbs Don fis
Cornell, etc.Dennis :

James, popular masterof _
ceremonies, will again pace enwr.
the show this year, with the help' L
of Virginia Graham.

Beginning at 8 o'clock Sunda)
4 morning, children will flock to
the auditorium to see J a h n
Payne, Western star, Captain Bob .h I .
and Clarabell, Miss Iris of the N
,Romper Room and others.

This year the Telethon,will try \ Y ta
to raise $311.000, a figure UCI : 1L1 S
,, president Cecil L. Woods terms courageous hours with the dress himself.
"minimum requirements" for the person! staff cf doctors 31-1|l ,This, brave boy is only, one of :
operation of the beautiful Rehab therapists: and psychologists at the the 1172 Cerebral Palsy victims ttxl
llitation Center at 1411 NW 14th clinic. Vernon now walks with who last year, and this year, too, I
ave.,, the aid of full length braces and are being brought to a near-nor I I
Vernon Thomas has attendedthe crutches. He is now beginning to mal life by the public support of That's the taste you get -
Rehabilitation Center for fly be able tQ talk, to feed, himself, the t'n"poi Cerebral Palsy of Miami I
,years. He has spent 'ong, patienl and soon .he hopes to be able to Telethon. I when you make your EIISMN1jGin
II I 'n Tonic with clean-tasting .
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HAD THE Pleasure of r1! reluctant to mention, but contact I'own and Country Club as a setting DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
talking with Mrs. Lois Hill, caseworker either Joe or tho column and a place where many great 90 PROOF THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
for the Children's Service AC will dicU5s the list with you. entertainment artists perform, CORPORATION, NEW YORK CIU
Bureau, a member agency of the Joe Rcriausly says members of ,
United Fund. We discussed foster this psycho fraternity will definitely Gov Ifarriman of New York ,presented

homes for infants and older blow their cap this year. the annual achievement .-
) children who come from broken Just why he lists l.unsclf as head award of tho Police Dcpt.'s Guardian

j; homes -or from homes where family psycho is confusin but amusin', Assn. to Rev. Martin Luther .' .
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)oo'''''':><< )o tragedy makes it impossible His argument for this wholesale
'J, King for his 1 leadership in the f'
for parents to take care of their '"he busting is attributed to sevr'
f offsprings.. eral factors: Too much elbow Alabama boycott last year DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC.

We were somewhat surprised to bending o r alcoholic insanity; "In the face of tho terror and
learn that: our people are reluc- madam trouble, girl >friend< trouble threats to the Negro people of Road Coconut Grove
tant or Just don't care to open and Jost lightness upstairs Montgomery, Dr.; King demonstrated 3197 Douglas
their homes to these unfortunatekids. Being cf sound mind and body, foreboaranee and fortitude (

\ and knowing which way is up ," Harriman said, "The restraint ,Ont block off blxU Highway, specUHxIno .In maternity casts
These little tykes are'luttering ?nd knowing where we left our' the dignity and the respect .
artandard 6f s r*
and diseases of women Offering the hlgh*
untold agonies for a foster parent memory the last time we had It, for law he and his people
t who will love and care for wo, with tongue In chock, Inquired exibited became a powerful force vice In Pre.Natal l delivery and put partum care. TCqulpptd with
them, and there are scores of "How about meT" Joe cocked "
for( restoring order. ...... ,
modern facilities to treat all expectant mother "
childless couples, like myself, his About' to blow cap and mid,
who, I know will be glad to "1 have to figure you out. You"

I take temporary care, of these paly it too cool to blow your wig, ington n C knows more about 12 noon to 0 p.m. dally except Sunday 24-hrvr phone service '
kids, but wt hesitate. bjt then you might go before economic stability and inflation .

Perhaps most of us are thinking anyone else.,' That was gratifying! than we do, co we will have to Director
of a lot of red tape, a long If your name fs' mentioned, Just go along with them and just' gripeto Phone Hlland 8.2310 Dr. James T. Roes,
and prying investigation of char- remember, it's all in fun. An idle ourselves.
acter, income, religion or citizenship : mind is the devil's workshop. And
but that isn't so in this I think Joe is unemployed aT the

case. You don't even have to own present! JABBER CK
I a fabulous home as some of us
think. An apartment with SOMETIMES We wonder |four February 10, 1958 THE ;
I enough dace to place a iasinetis brain is really shallow, as we
is sufficient. Your religion is nota tufpoct or our thinking is out Northwestern AuditoriumNon
requirement. Citizenship is not moded. HONES
We read In the
even considered. Your Income I dally papers:
Should be adequate. And adequate :where migrant farm laborers In
Income, not .Florida i are on the verge of starving
the average
means the income of Mr. Jones aroundthe because of the lack of workon ,8uroltal' Treatment OFFER you
our farm due to the recent
makes $200
who over Hernia Piles
corner, a'
freezing cold spell had whichdamaged
3-bedrooms .2 Tile Bath Formica Kitchen Large
a week. into the millions Hemorrholoe -
$1150 a.week crops up (Rupture) ( )
The agency pays of dollars. These poor souls Utility Room Built in Storage Closets In each
board provides
for clothing
art foodless while their "bosses"are Bedroom Tile Roof 27 ft.'Carport SO ft. frontage
lat care, diaper reaping the harvest. The fed 81 8.W. 11th Ave. -
exPenseS. All Mrs. Hill
cidental Phone FR t-Z749
eral government pays the farmers -
asks is enough room in your for loss,of crop; for not grow-
to care for a troubled child. 3311 N.W. 49th St.
caring for these,kids log certain materials, and dishes Add Life to Years
Of course until out taiga rums of -none? for the and 'Year*'t* Life
is only temporary a permanent purchase of surplus crops, which
plan can be made. Either the government stores away, put REDUCEfpeelal Open Sat. and S... I Co 5 p.... ,
;_ thUd goes beck to the parents and J Jets rot While (his is going on MedicationHarvey's
par until the selection of parents now farm workers are. nearly .
*&*lopt them. M** Rill also ex- starving. r $1,500 Cask f-Z agars
the child you43relor'.be
>4UUnect that should e
put up for adoption Will these 'workers are in
:yats'VWIU: be the first choice for nerd of food sheltered In squalid Alao I .

,i ai,1epl"papers. conditions we are sending to the"starving" 50T'x ft NW. 67th 27th
.: open.your hearts and yourfibSw Europeans through Cleaners endLaundry 1 Lot 142 ,- Street aear Ave.
and can Mrs. Lois .I H at CARE and other agencies' millions -

F5t 4-3106 and make arrangements of dollars worth of clothinx and ," .
to care for one or more food, while right here to Florida
of these troubled jounjsters.JOSEPH then are people who are in need For quality and Ala Other Location and r...... For Sale
In one section of this state red Courteous service: '
WILLIAM s 15th wet tape prevent feeding of these < I" j.M# 1 ;(F \

popular figure race track tout, migrant workers because, as the Alterations done, oa Call Day or Night 1/ j...,n , ,
t tIfL. etc bav released to us a list .papers say, there is likely that Premises .
cases,for 1936. On a person may come through the : ; ; "J" '
of psychopathic HI ,6-219 ' k ,
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this list headed by Joe. himself feeding line more than once toro 1125 NW. 3d Av. V ; ".r //w: .

his brothers Art and Harold are I an extra plate of vitals! /A .frent ef Modern, Theatre ,1".i ,M , i
some prominent 15th ave. characters We are stamUiu on the ,,1

wbom, to ten the truth, we looking Ice The brass fa Wash- t''I'?' ,'" .., "

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'PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JANUARY I 18, ''1933 Judge, Stevens Upped FIGHT AGAINST'

Registration JESCA NEWSPATRON'S to' New York Court JIMCROW '..

;.St. Louis, Mo. .-, The_OmegaPsi
Fraternity last week challenged -
Continues Phi
for \
COUNCIL/ NEWS'rI'he Its membership td 'a relentless -

Nursing Class Patron's Councils of both Supreme NEW YORK'Court' Justice- (ANP--Staie Harold ,A. campaign for the'removal

Centers of the James E. Srott Stevens went another notch of all. forms of discrimination, on
Registration will co/otiane/ for Community Association will resume here last week up when Gov. Aver-' account of race, from every facet -
practical nursing appHJonti ntll their monthly meeting as of : life.
ell Harriman: appointed him to a series
Monday, Jan. 20 Classes Sat, the regularly scheduled; at center five-year term in ,the ,court'sappellate In a, resolutions adopted -
new practical students wait begin No. one, the meetings are, held division. at the final session of the44th
Monday Feb. 10 at &S' anu In the second Tuesday of each i : annual Grand Conclave held
The first Negro to on
room 249 building 3 lit North- month, Center No.. 2, the second serve here at the Kiel Auditorium, the
western Senior "High Sc&ool.: For Thursday of the month. If '57 is tribunal, the 5o-y .ar-old Justice group reaffirmed Its faith in the
further Information call Plaza indicative of things' to come we .... erne' ,to the supreme. court In 1955on decisions of the U. S. Supreme
<4-5431. can 'boast of many accomplish- a ayear.term, after Serving Court in reference to segregationin
ments in 1958. four years as the first Negro public facilities and services
Friendship Garden judge In New York city. court of and the American Judicial system,
DAY CARE ACTIVITIES general ,sessions. commended President Elsenhower
r One of the several appoint for, his action in Little ,Rock
and Civic ClubOn Now that Christmas holidaysare DR. J. H.. BARNHILLThe ments to, appellate divisions made school crisis and deplored the

over, OUT children reluctantly by, the governor, it puts Justice outing of lawful court, orders. by
Dec. 21 the Friendship returned to begin where they American Public Health I Stevens on the second highest high public officials
Garden and Civic Cub met at left off. For' the past week we Association elected Dr. J. HI: court in the state. The court
the home of Miss E. C. Thomas.In have been working on concepts of Barnhill of Raleigh, ,N. C. to ranks just below the, court of appeals Other resolutions called' for
numbers, social development, free membership, making him, the and has jurisdiction over continued support of the pro
spite of tbeInclement play, and many things relative to first Negro to be'so recogniZed, . /appeals from, thq supreme, surrogates gram of the NAACP, federal ant
weather in full farce and every preparation for the public school. The American Public Health county, city and lesser state legislation for more ,financial
body bubbling over vttti; 'the incoming DID YOU KNOW? Association Is not on:, a society courts. Some of its decisions cal!. support Jo public' educationand
yule tide season, Christ: of professional persons organizedto be appealed others cannot. i fpr,the erotection.of the rightto
mas lights and deceradons were There are'' many meetings further, their'collective inter- ......... use the ballot, ,by all. 'citizens.Its .
in keeping., with the Christmas workshops, conferences held in esth and advance public health members were also urged to
spirit. Miami yearly for the benefit of in our hemisphere, it is also a attack, with vigor, continued
After the business hour a des parents of pre-school children service agency concerned with .....w..UFFSUFFERERS segregation In public transportation -

licious broiled chicken ftooer/ was and those persons working with the individual\ standing. of each continued discrimination in
served. Mrs. UlUn BaSlou, inker pre-school children? " member. housing and .employment and
J U YOU HAVE Mt BRITTLE tIA.. DANLun.TLTT.a urged full support for the pro-
usual gractous mannerthanked LEST WE FORGET .(Dr. Barnhill, native, and' present .ECZEMA.1UNGWOIU4.Oa: O1'HEa" of the National Urban
the hostess for her bospj OK SCALP IMUTATIONft. PEUULAN WU4.AT. gram'
resident of Hickory, N, C., is roAD TRANSITORY RELIEF or THX: SCALING League.
Mity and in turn SUM Thomas :All of our 'attention will be focused -
a 1924 graduate of the Howard, AND ITCHING ASK YOUR DOCTOR; DMUGGVX
More than 500
thanked the ladies far asking tot"on1C on actually carrying out all University College of BEAUTICIAN oa BARBER ABOUT rEBJVLAN... delegates, repre-
in. Mach praise and gratitude of our new ideas in child care. Dentistry: senting all chapters of the fraternity -
T.Irs. Cornelia Glean for However be His postgraduate work was done located lnt every sectionof
to caning soon will Pesu1 9
her generosity in takin;* the Initiative .our .annual King and Queen con- at Forsvl'ie Dental Infirmary, ? the country, attended the four
3ostcn, Miss, and Columbia U., E.1MCo Ire., k.y U day meet, Dec. 27.30 hosted by
: !n ,relieving Miss 'Thomas tut In the sprin.*: ,ct the year. Xcw York. ".,."',... ........*. ,
of all major responsibilities ID: ....-tcn: a" the:;, center look for-' the local Upsilon Omega, Chapter.
preparing and serrtng. Also ward eagerly to thii .event. Further ,Dr. Barnhill has been in the
thanks to the president and the notices.will be passed alongto Dental Department, State De- ,
ladies who joined in Assisting Mrs. ,you from time to time in' regard partment of, Health office in OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Glenn to make the afternoon to this affair.
a x Raleigh, RC. since 1936 as Social -J
roost enjoyable one TeenAgers. don't forget our'
and Dental investigator; State I
weekly Fun Mite held every School Dentist
Senior Public
Friday Dec. 27 at the borne of
Tuesday 7 p.m in the Liberty Health' Dentist
and now holds PSYCHIC READER
Rev. and Mrs. I, C ZbDekins was
Square Auditorium, record: hops, the office of. Principal Public
the of the annual Christuas
scene -
checkers and other '
ping pong Health Dentist.
party With abut 20 -
specially games for your entertainment,
invited guests the ,croup' admission is free -.
participated in a skit ngrtraytog Hekn' S. Stubbs, reporter Y
Family Lifo in the none at WARNER i
Christmas time. The guests: join :
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ZRattlersMakeAll-American 'I SATURDAY, JANUARY IB, issa PAGE .7'

'l\i.1Lal11ss"ee"_ Two 'members of

the National Negro Football .. New
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Champion of Florida A and M 1-
I University ,were named to the ..' IN NASSAU
mythical: All-American; team, and SEEIN.'STARS. I 1 '
there were named to the first NAASAU, Bahamas Pirates New York City (CNS;) -
team of the Southern Intercollegiate : !II. 'who centuries ago<> used to prowlthe "I'm only afraid I might goof up,""

Athetic l Conference squad I --- '".......---- ..- ...........-... I- Bahamas while preying on theealleoris I.Those are the words pf 19-year-
of the Spanish' Main.: bid Oscar Robertson, basketball
Rattler guard Carl Crowdell Injuries to his shoulder which' which got good-sized headlines stage a new invasion next weak. {star' spoke ,as he left MadisonSquare
repeated for the second year' ott Erskine Hawkins got when he i in'the:daily press. And fnSm what hoping to uncover new talent. Garden after a terrific
the Pittsburg Courier's dream' rammed ,his, TO Cadillac into a 1 Kingtlsh says, he's through with I Proficiency with cutlass and 'gam The oph from Cincinnati
team, and, tackle Vernon Wilderwas New Jersey pole on Christmas' marriage forever-end his attrac pistol won't be what these latter U. had nude 56 points against
named:for the first time. Al. Eve aren't as bad as he thoughtand tive' 7-inonth ,wife,can take what ,'day bucacanecrs are seeking) Steton Hall and thousands ot?
vin Chavis junior half back are coming along fine with she wants and ,the car too, "as, I owcver. The now' invasion is new friends In case you don't
,from Fort Pierce, was a.second special heat treatments. But the that don't) runt so hot ,'anymoreanyhow" being staged by representativesof know it. 50 points is more than
team selection. Crowdell is from insurance company is delaying . Asked whether he the Pittsburgh Baseball Club anyone has made at the Garden.
,Columbus,i" Ga., and Wilder is the claim 40 days. The band is will do more "Amos N' Andy"films and they'll be ,viewing Bahamian Mil Oscar Is Just the shy, simple- '
from Eustls, Both are seniors' ,'back In town after playing the for telev on, Moore gavea diamond talent. guy who>> could do it as a push. '
Lyric Band Club in Hanover, Pa. frank answer he hopes not as This will be the second trio to over.
Wilder, end .,Frank Merchant, '-a section where few Negroes "I'm tired of them anyawy" '. the Bahamas for the Pirate talent Although less than 5,000 were
., and guard Charles, Hines were even live He says) they look like fun, but hunters., They were the first on hand for the great '
placed on the, first team of the : ... ....._C it's all work ., . Parr and his club to stage, a tryout camp and these fans were clamoring; already
'SEAC. Guard Willie Wyche wasa Woody Strode; the guitarstromminr I crew never' 'did, io much laughing clinic here last year 'and at that for his return. Next time they'll
second team choice of the CAC giant who once sunned till Moore took the'mike and time tabbed several, prospects for jam the place. Basketball fansaren't
coaches, ()officials and sports in Bermuda while doing ',a began 'his i Wow-by-tblow des- future consideration. nearly' as I'vt'IHn'1 ..UI base-
writers. Quarerback James Williams TV short there is a "chieftainin cription of the roast beef'and the The one-day session will, be barf i fans :- but iiii ; a quiet i
who captained, and direct "The Ten Coatsnandr u nts" family 14;set. Moore lee Is,'it's time conducted Thursday Jan. 16 *t guy who knows what he's doing,
ed. the Rattlers through a clean whkh began its 2nd year, 'on now, to branch out into more varied Clifford Park here. The tryouts -and Oscar Robertson they took
slate was named to the All- Broadway . Nat King Cole and I comedian roles, not be' typedas are' expected to get under way him to their hearts. They pulled

Southern third team along with. 'wife planed in, 'from Hollywoodand _Klngf.._ _ish_ .S any longer. ,before 10 am. and will, nip for him evfryone of the 56 points.
They like the
Crowdell. arrived: in New York just through the afternoon., way he handles
the morning before Nat's' spectacular Sammy, Davis ,,Jr., pulling the Handling the scouting, session the ban, the way' he dribbles
opening at the, Copaca- surprise marriage of the year, for the Pirates will be'Rex.Bowen crouches plays cagy.+ He even
AT TROPICAL PARK . bana . There's always a rush hasn't ,yet gotten over it hlmseli.: and Howie Hawk, the same pairof adds a few gestures to the came.
of porters to- greet him at International And the poor gals he left behind, veterans who visited the ,Bahamas which make it exciting and always ..
THE CIRCUS IS ,Airport as he's a great well, they are just weeping in last year for the. initial. unpredictable. The fanscan't
for flying take their eyes off him In
one their champaign. Latest to be romantically tryout camp. '
other' words'basketball
linked was Kim No- All baseball players invited
COMING, TO Tourists returning front Cuba vack just before the wedding to attend whether,members of year looks like a greener Held toany
say sadly: the hurricanes there Sammy says he's just' 32 and the Bahamas Baseball Association promoter in the business U
TOWN! spoil everything this time of year scared" , He always intimated or not. In addition to Nassau be can get Robertson.
he might' make' It with Eartha of all, Oscar is a favorite
and besides
that, the place Is Infested talent, ,teams from Biminl and "
with gambling . ,. Jimmy Kitt, whom he dated seriously at Ina&ua have been Invited'. to send with his team. They consider
School will be closed, the gate Stewart, once with, the Ravens, one time , but that their temperaments their key players' along to the' him "a great guy"They laugh at
will open at lla.m.and Circus his passion for television, and his
is a background singer with Roy just didn't Jell. His workouts end 'men ,hopeful of
performances w'iUbegIn at 2:13 huge appetite. But most of all
Hamilton on Roy's comeback sudden marriage seemed' to be a ,
making the jump into professional
record "Don't Let Go" , The thing he wanted, was'afraid I oaseball from the other( out Islands they like his, good, clean sportsmanship
p.m.This, circus will be sales to this catchy tune. have of, just decided to just plunge are also invited and being able to count
a professional -
On him for his best.
certainly zoomed. ahead and set it over with. His
\ high class circus'With some _ ._ _t bride is deliriously happy. .
of the finest acts in the U. S. for
a two-hour show. There will also Jadk Parr certainly hada/ funny .
be hot dogs, hamburgers, cold Tonight 'program when Tim In Pin Wliisltey ',1

drinks, Ice .cream, etc, as well 'as Moore, the aging Kingfish of
rides and mid-way attractions ,to "Amos N' Andy." appeared to tea Drive
delight the heart of every child his,side of the "roast beef story" Carefully :FLEISCHMANN'SISTBE
And most, important of all-this ,
circus Is toeing sponsored by the
Junior Museum Guild for the .
benefit of the Junior Museum, I,

which as you in your know child's is of vital school Importance ROCKLAND Palace !!;

life, and your school PTA Tickets
will be on sale at your school.
Children 50 cents, adults. 90 centsno Your Biggest Dollar Value in "
( reserved seats.- ) "I BUY
Liquors Package Goods and BeveragesThe
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There will be ample parking or 4, ""
.transportation to" the circus will i
:be available from a ,school in Finest Food at Popular Prices

your neighborhood, "
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All proceeds of this circus on \-
Jan. 27, will go to your Junior
Museum and colored PTA groups.
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" r..*AGE 8f: ', ,: SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1958 Dear.' Editor . t : ;' "* '1 _

I ,"C.',,, f'Ir During one portion of the re-;, w LC1TY'RIl
cent ''&* It,.Now" telecast ,in .

, .. ., . ..... .' .... . ... ..... .. .. ... . which Marian Anderson's Asian
& JL.&.&..&"" .& JL .&..&.&..&..a. a..JL.L..L.&. .&..&..a..a..LI..a.. ..... E IN' //BA4/
Tour was narrated by Edward R.

:. Murrow, tribute was paid to the .. I.

i ., : Along Freedom's Road Gandhi late Mohandas was a ,man Gandhi.of the Because people,I NE 5-3513 N.W 22nd Ave. &"'69th St.

,. the Indians and others as well,
I'', .: 8y RUTH PERRV. identify themselves with him and

t', ,, are able to pattern their JIves FRIDAY SATURDAY

; Jack Kofoed; in a recent 1 I unfortunately, over the ;years, of. the creed adopted in : /r jotift I.: t

column in the Herald, tad some I I this kind Of Southern ,public official -, 525 ',at Nicea, in which the consubstantiality S .Yi.tI// ,
y words to say about the NAACP has been the exception; not :of Jesus ,with the \. ,
This time however. they were the rule. ,After years of one ''kind Father' was decided:, ,such is .not t ,,.". V / jrv
r. not all disipproviae -,he did of Southern, politician, Is ,it any the case 'with the Christian I, \ .. /
admit that the NAACP. had done wonder that ,the NAACP :should. people of ,the world. In other \ ., I1//
!well in fightingfikr the cause tf question ,the.?appointment of three words, a Gandhi.,or: Schweitzer' \ '..
civil rights, for the Negro. But men from \the South, .knowing can set an example attainable} by .'.
;i then he said hs&& the NAACP what has gopg on in the past? others, a divine, manifestation 6
was not right in. protesting the cannot.I I
appointment of three southerners We have had no way to judge
submit that the meaningful .
men in public office
except by
to the Civil Htjgfep Commission, "
half ot label '
/the "Christ Jesus,
their performance in '
and ended by asking if the .majority the carry-
is Jesus, Sand that if Christians
did not have rtjhlj as ,wellas Ing out of their public,duties and
the minority. responsibilities. It is' a tragedy truly want to honor this prophet,
they identify themselves with
that all Southerners' must be sus-
RIGHTS IN A DCMOCKACY pects until they have proven him, by accepting into fellow-
themselves beyond a shadow ofa ship all people regardless of skin'

Of course Mr. Ksfbcd is right doubt to be impartial and Just, pigmentation, religious belief' or' B AWUfl 9AGL C?
the majority docs have national
; rightsin origin.
even in the face of their Southern --
a democracy well as a minority background of segregation.This To, treat any man as less thana FIPB ROTBl 98 8l! 91

But I think: fee is putting situation is another end result brother dishonors the "Prince Mat 'ham s t
the emphasis in tbe wrong place.I And t Girl Who : <
of Jim Crow. When
segrega- of Peace" whose birth
we commemorate
often wonder lost what the Sdlet for Bullet!
tion is no more, open minds and at Christmastide.
NAACP has done to make every- hearts, understanding and better Yours very truly,
one so suspicions ef it. As far
as human relations will inevitably Alvin R. Berekmann
I can discover the Association follow. '
437 Valencia Ave
\ has done nothing but fight for
Coral 34 Fin
Gabled ,
rights denied minority: groups in NEEDED ..
,America, and has done this in a .
legal, constitutional manner. In B&P rciaew
FOSTER SeasonalTea
fact. the NAACP was organized HOMES CJub

by a group of White and Negro FOR CHILDREN Jan. 26
people interested in seeing that

minority groups in. ur democracy The' Business and Professional
had the rights to wnfeh. they were Women's'
Club of Murrell Branch
entitled constitutionally YWCA cordially invites the pub ,
lic to its seasonal heldat ii
(However, through the years, Dixie Park auditorium. 340
the NAACP has .._
gxoora strong, a ,
k 13th St., on 'Sunday, Jan. 28, 4-
achieved national pntninence and
p.m. A highly
V program -
increased its meofeeisarpv and Incidentally -
has been planned
for the
won a great majorityof evening. Among the featured art 1UNDAY, MONDAY TUESDAY
the legal case Ct has brought istswill be Miss Myrtle Jones and
to the counts.,Now, suddenly '(andespecially Mrs. Hirolean Storr.,
since the Supreme Other outstanding performersto
Court decision on. segregation in
appear on the program will be
.public school education) the listed next week
NAACP has become suspect and
looked upon by many people asa -
,subversive, and alien associa
tion. r ,

I The aims and purposes of the .
NAACP have not changed since ,: JAN. 19. 20. 21

'the beginning of the organization; lB'" WARNERCOLOR ;, '
we are fighting fur the same SIDNEY ,POITIERCLAR'K rrow WARNER BROS.
things now that too charter mem- GABLE R

,, tiers were fighting: Jon first class "Please, won't somebody give erARR.Ne
citizenship for Ne roes and other me a home? This desperate, frantic 'BAND OF ANGELS" MLIEWOODKARLMUDEMMARSHA /
minority groups and the 'wiping little girl is crying her heart .
out of discrimination and ..scgre.n'.xm. out because there aren't enough "Bop Girl" I CO.'U1Nff, AND HCSllt"NG

The NAACP hasn't foster homes in Miami for children THE, GOOFERS HUNT-EFREM ZIHBAUSiJR. '
Co nod nt an bat: the inter- needing temporary care. The
lfci &Jkuas given par alms and Children's Service Bureau, a t.."" .,IRVING,.,SAM ROIfEnow..bRlgthtOMINO 'Onawytl. DOMD00011t

principles by many 'people thesedays member agency to the United 1
surely reflect toe continuing Fund, has several Infants waiting
success: of the CaM for freedom. for loving foster parents who will 1 ferns wort ,
U the NAACP had not won so care for them until a permanentplan BUNCHE ? e Jor rt HorxK ,

aany legal battles for the Negro, can be made.
we would not get one bit of criticism. Some need homes because of a THEATRE OPA LOCKATel
tamily tragedy which makes it NA 1-7322,
Impossible for their own parentsto SUN., MON., TUE.
To a "redneclt1r11he South take care of them. Others need .
Henry Tony
Carolina low-laads, cr to a foster home care while the Bureau -
Georgian farmer. tike' NAACP is is observing them and selecting Fonda Perkins

composed of Northern agitatorsand the right adoption parents in "The Tin Star"
foreigners Ta some of the for them. With good foster ,
inhabitants of Lake County, Fla., home care these children can Plus Van'John.on
the NAACP is made up of Com, have a'promising future. "Action of The Tiger" -
munists. To some Dersptper col. The Children's Service Bureau Cinemascope & Color
umnists (and I suspect that Mr. pays 11.50: a week board and
Kofocd is among this number), provides clothing, 'medical care, -
the NAACP is led by a few hot- diaper services and incidental ex- I I SQi in
headed "extremists' who will penses. The service we ask from fD
stop at nothing to gain their ends. foster[ parents who have enough AiRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL pie :
And to some exped&ent Southern room'' in their home and their
I politicians, the KAACP is a major hearts to help a troubled child.If .- I CHOL WILLS LANCE FULLER: CATHY DOWNS A '
I because their: fight for children growing
threat : your are up
civil rights includes voting rights. and you rememlber the excltment JEANNE CACHET JESS BARKER

of a baby's first smile, first step SAT MIDNITEJAN.
WHY SOUTHERNERS ARE: and first'"Dada," you can relive
SUSPECT those JoyouS days by boarding a 19 20, 21 STARTS WEDNESDAY

and watching him
baby grow
Now. I am sure that Mr. Kofoed JEFF CHANDLERand . ..
Helping a child who needs you Is \ ( '-. & ,
knows better than to wonder why: one o( the most ,satisfying experiences ORSON WELLS .
file NAACP protests southerners a human being can
;as members of a Civil Rights; have. "MAN IN THESHADOWS" I : GINA LOLLOBR1GIDA
Commission. If I may use a little If you'would like to learn more ; tit ,
slang, I would say. "Where you about taking a child into your : ANTHONY QUINN
Mr. Kofoed? ,
been living lately,
home or if yon' have a neighboror
I believe that Mr:. Kofoed is friend who might be interested Y
probably right in saying that these please telephone the Child- HUNCHBACK
three members are men of intejity ren's Service Bureau FRanklin THE .
and honor. Bat here'lt: is:;', 4-3166. Please do it today-our ,For Prompt, Efficient '

'tbere have beta: to few' 'White II children need 1'0'111! service

,.southerners put their'bentage In the past who have and: Ye Phone PL 4.4909RUDY'S OF NOTRE DAME

+feockgratmd In signed place even' -, TV
\ when they: were Sedctal judges,; PaintingAND
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; : i Dke EUington''in Concert SATURDAY JANUARY 181958 PACE 9 .
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"M 't -.r will out music In that saycalypso
r ..TallahasseeThe "Internatfonally Antler's Temple pour and
,, ,- : manners The cha-cha .
; \ famous Duke' !:llingtonand J the 'unit r
limbo will be featured on
.** the Fisk Jubilee Singers have I Reporting
dance menu with everybody join
.' been slated to artists
appear on _
: No. 39 heldIts ing in the! fun. It's a 10 o'clock
;., and<< lyceum programs at Florida I Antlers Temple ,
; date and don't be late.
/ I ,regular meeting Jan. 3. Dt. Del-
i ', / A. and M.University, which la
...Y. bia Solomon expressed her gratitude -
'* filled with some of the best talent -
I : ,; available. for all the cooperation o( BRAND NEW
services rendered during
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.. /5' According to, an announcenien{' Plans were also made 'tOf."U19$8 &{!, ; 'Beautiful3'Bedroom
.t '. ( ?' "by chairman S. .Randolph '}a1d- program. '
,, "'Mi: monds "The Duke of Ellington* 'The meeting was Inspiring ." : '

4' 4''', and his concert and recording.orchestra ' everyone. A donation was sent \ '
)' will appear here Jan. 20,, to Variety Children's; Hqaijtat, 'Hardwood Floor, ,
I' <' and the'F&k Jubilee Singers will j' : t 3't and shut-In Jpdgte( members, At I Garage
iJan.30 'I the close of the meeting .''w
appear -
I t 4:30
Sun. 2 to
Open p.m.
,." !i1 ,off I ; Year's gifts Were 'exchan d a.od, ,
'Ii< is (
;r "The Duke" concert 1t
on a
a delicious dinner was enjoyed
N.W. 56th
F 2000 St.
,. I
f f tour and the JUbilee Singers have l The juvenile lodge had a ..
.,' just returned from a tour of + Christmas Party for 114 children CAPPER
:' .Europe. i Given as a benefit for underprivileged -
\. ;'. I children, the par- CONST. CORP.J. .
Chairman Edmonds '
stated thai
,' ty -was held Dec. 30
Shakespearan enthusiasts will I It Iy The Temple is most appreciate
have to the
an opportunity ti
see a
Giles and
<, tine to Atlas Lodge. Dt.
t. classical drama "Romeo and
.' 1 unlor Mother Willie P. Bullard
Juliet" which will be presented tiI B. SMITH
' .. for their splendid cooperation .
by Players Incorporated, Feb. 22 : ": during the juvenile's party. '
,,:';' The Bryce Trio: which features ,Delbia Solomon, Dt Mler >; ELECTRICSERVICE
:' ". contralto Carol Byrce,' baritone Vera A. Wilson secretary .
r. Emanuel Bryce, and Jonathan ii : : 5,,:, Marie Norwood, reporter '
Bryce pianist, will appear on .

Feb. 28.Other. < __ Johnny Valdez at Electrical Contractor
I artists and lyceum presentations -
during the year are: , Elks'. Club Sunday .
Art Exhibit, March 9-15: ; Florida \ > .'Don't Cuss Call us"
<'., State Music Clinic, Jan. 30. Feb. $ :.: All roads lead to the Elks'Rest
:' f. 1, 2; Negro History Wedk cele- L r .;,t'1; Nyv 329 NW 16th terr., Sunday PHONE NE 5-3058
\ bration, Feb. 9-15; National Association ' ', ;<' night, when the Antlered Herd
; )
of Dramatic and Speech '. invites you to come and share an Night or Day
Arts Play Festival and Conference evening of fun 'and gaiety' with
: April 9-11; and Florida In- them. All Elks and Antlers of
s' terscholastlc Speech and Drama Greater Miami and surroundingareas GLAND TROUBLE
Association, April 1315. 1 arc invited, along !with their
I. S friends, to participate in the Urinary Ailments

r Former Miamian ,.. evening's As a special festivities attraction, John- Pains In BACK, HIPS, LEGS
ny and his Cuban Marlmtoo Dand Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR,
: .. Weds Dee Ceean WEAKNESS
NEWLYWEDS Mr. and Mrs. with fern draped /with white rib- If you are a victim of these
::, Mrs. Margaret Curtney, formerly Baron Bennett were joined in bon.The FOR SALE symptoms then your trouble maybe
., of Miami and now 'of Wash- holy matrimony. in double ring maid of honor 'was Miss 'traced to Glandular Inflammation -
':' ington, D, C., is' announcing the ceremonies Jan. 1 at 3 pan. at Ruby Madrid, a long time friend 2 Bedroom Home 'of the Prostrate Gland.
marriage; tof her niece, Miss Friendship Baptist; Church, with of the bride. William Jackson, a Neglect of Glandular inflammation -
t.( I''t';. J' Dorothy Ryles, to Sherwood Hsj'- the Rev. C. J, Burncy, castor, of- friend of the bridegroom, was Full Price often leads'; to premature
4 ley. The wedding ceremonies were ficiating. The bride, the former bestman. $4,500-$500 DOWN loss, of function, low vitality, lost
". performed Dec. 15 In Washington Miss Martha Dumas, was attired A reception: was held In honorof 'Vigor, surgery or malignancy,
D. C., in a floor length own of nylon the ne-Alywcds at the home of 3000 N.W. 51st Terrace'' .' 'Why Sufftr Delay and
4' ---- and lace, white satin pumps anda 'he bride; 1118'.NW 2nd ave. apt Get Worse
tiny sobrin hat held her illusion Open Sun. 2 to R p.m. Modern Methbdi Bring
Broward Beauticians 10, Immediately following the
finger tip veil. She carried a Gratifying Results
,. In Annual FormalI' a bouquet of white carnations ceremony, or Call JE 16973 Without Surgery In Most Cases

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Dance Friday Night Hours: Man., Tues., Fri. Sat.
,. 10 a.m. 5 p.m.
l- The Broward County Beautician McPhee-Blatch in ColorjSt. ul Weddingwas Closed Wed., Thurs.

Social Club, presented its SOUTHERN CLINIC

I annual dance Friday night at the I Agnes Episcopal Church was: ,."!'". r''.'' "'''7.0 ".T'i;: NEW LOCATION
; ,' War Memorial Auditorium in Ft. the of the colorful double-I '' : ,
"''', i scene
:; 2847 Coral
Lauderdale. The affair formal Way
was -
ring of Miss Gloria A.
:f : ceremony ; \ :
and invitational. A large 1"i: &'
Blatch and'Ceorj V. McPhee, on Near 27th Ave. .
c\.. crowd attended the event. Sunday, Dec. 29 with FT. John E. _

I" ;.., The feature of the evening'was Culmer, the bride's. priest,. .offielating. . ,/ , .
the crowning o' Miss Broward ___ -
County. This year's queen, who The bride is the daughter oi ,
won the honor in a highly competitive Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ; of I
: <. contest, is Mrs. Dorothy 1369 NW 66th terr. The bride was GOING r
. Oglesby of Pompano. Mrs. Ogles- lovely in traditional white la
I, by was crowned by the retiring over white satin, flowing to the BAREFOOTCan /
4 I''' queen of last year, Mrs Winnie floor and into a sweeping train a *
>: Harris of Hallandale. she marched on the arm of her Be

.... Another attraction of the even- father. A pearl scalloped tierr;
s ,ing was a special ballet dance with nylon tulle finger-tip veil COSTLYJohnson
c, number by Miss Shirley Jean adding lustre to the bride's attire

Howard, a very talented young topped her head. Kai .
t' dancer from St. Petersburg. Doris A. Lanier, former college S chll..... e1e.s
.: Following the ceremony, the roommate: of the bride, planed -..... ... f
4 A newly crowned queen led the from Wilmington, Delaware to ..... ...
grand march of the, evening. act as maid of honor. She was tey.... .. ,..,.
Officers of the club are: Mrs stunning in yellow net with tiers : !4r ... Mesdle
r 'Florence M. All, president; Mrs. of white lace.' A yellow crown- ..., ...
,' Ethel Williams. vice president; shaped hat and matching shoes ....... .,
and gloves were also attractive I IIree.sahrl
Johnson veer
Mrs, Aurella recording -T
., secretary; Mrs. Winnie Harris, The gay color scheme, in bal- _ d I Sri"
:..ft,; financial secretary and Mrs. Rose let length gowns, was in soft pas- tit 4 $ .. ... tel.'" 1
.. Lee Dean, treasurer. tel shades of aqua and .shrimp. 0 la err ........ ,...
Shrim was the color chosen by ;
I :
Honorary members are Judge the bridesmaids: Mildred K. McKinney -' ; j ,
4 L. E. Thomas, Dr. I. F. Sistrunk Beverly Grant and Caro- -
]..; r..., and Elliott J. Picze who also ii
line McPhee, sister of the groom. ,
'f. served master of ceremonies and Sons
as Their dainty lace dresses were ; ,M ,
for the evening. around the hem with a 4
'11>,, scalloped 8570 N.W. 15th Are.
: rear view of net ruffles. For accessories -
,". : they chose shoes of an 4a Shoe! ShopREPAIRING
off-gold shade and hats and '
,,. 7fJuv &iiceac&F gloves of matching fabric.

flower Zenalde Rol- L r 9 ti 1.f
The girls, .f r #
lins, the bride's niece; Phyllis.and w. Says Your 8ol__While You
I ""
I YlT J.1I: r -IJ
.8ii Deborah Wilcox and Stephany .
". Brown all cousins of the bride.f I ifter 'the ceremony and on Monday Fine 8h.. Repairing
I' wore aqua dresses with hats and was: the bride's sister, Mrs: Barbara I the couple planed to Nassau'or Sheee Shined and, Oytd
.. ., gloves of organza and net, re- B. Rollins In an off; gray lace .
I I a five-day honeymoon. Phone
spectively. ; dress with tangerine
'" We build according to
w.\. The groom wis fittingly} attired !
'. 4 your plans or ours In a midnight! blue tuxedo, The bride Is a 53 graduate of -,
,.,,,,, 'white carnation and matching ac- Dorsey High School. She attended

.. No down payment cessories. ; Bennett College in Greensboro, MORTGAGES- id 2nd
N.c.. where she was a member of
/ 4 "', Use lot The bestman, Wilfred McPhee
your Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor | 1
Jr. brother of the and the
' groom ;. Society. She Is presently 'mem- LOW RATES ,NO INSPECTION FEE
;; Jonathan ,
, 4 1i'r. aaaaL ushers, John Stevens, t'er of th. floral Heights Ele-
Pinder and David Snyder were

r. , .. $, mJG(!! (!)a4h ( appropriately dressed midnight In white blue mentary faculty Call day or .nigbt-FR 32869
\ dinner jackets, 'pM* frtom also a 53 graduateof
100% Financial tuxedo pants and accessories. Dorsey, attended Tyler Barber
Stunning also was little Sam College In Tyler, Texas. He Is 1307. CONGRESS BUILDING ,
.1 j NE 5-6171 Lowe Jr., nephew of the groom, presently the proprietor ,of the '

y ,:. Central Building Centraetor dressed exactly. as the usher Modern Barber Shop. REIN MORTGAGE CO. '
Charming was the bride's I '
., ;,; s 1121 NW 21th *t, "1a..I, mother, 1n rose late'with scalloped A. lavish reception was held at ,ri
,), and seaqulnel neckline and: the home of the bride's parents


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TIE MIAMI TIMES' "The ,People. Newspaper I KING DENIES RIFT MINOR AUTO Unitedvtates'Be' it'rgsolved of"America that the.,, Omega-!&.

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, ,JANUARY :18, 1958 CRASH LEADS Pat Phi Fraternity/urge toKW ew ,
WITH NAACPThe ., of the fraternity, and all othercitizens
believing in demoqaq' I,
Florida State Conference: of to utilize their purchasing power- t
Branches, NAACP: 'Wishes to affirm A minor traffic accident Saturday .. in a manner to demonstrate thai
'AiM.E lion Church the statement of Dr. Martin led to the near' fatal shooting they recognize and, apprecfeU :
Luther King, Jr., in which he denied of Roosevelt Benjamin, 40, those who have a non-discrimi-
the report ,that there was a of 924 NW 69th st. He was In natory employment'policy in ,
./ rift between the NAACP and his critical condition at Jackson ''Me- connection with the manufacture "

nds.l Keu. West Meet Christian organization Leadership The Conference' Southern, morial wound; Hospital. with a chest I !and sale of th'ei, merchandise.,"in

.. Mrs. Jennie 37 of This resolution
Thepublic's, attention is calledo Johnson movement .
ranged'by Rev A. F.; Hooper, host the recent meetings In.which 6810 NW 10th ave., was held for principle the protest t
'Key West The 1W3 session ,. and is broad enough to be applied -; t ..)
pastor and the Chamber of Com- NAACP and'pro King have work- Investigation of attempted -'''r-' '
of the Board of Bishops and Min merce. The entire delegation ed together to (promote. The der. Police said she drew e 09'>1 to" other industries. '.as.e. ,
'Isters and Layman's Association, was the recipients of a bus tour highly successful May 17 Pilgrimage from ,her.dress and shot need may arise. ; ,
which closed here Sunday, after a of 'the city on Friday afternoon. to Washington, D. C. in cwinmemoration during an argument after a collision ,
five-day meeting at:Cornish Me- They were 'taken over the city of the 1&54 decision of their cars.OMEGAS '
morial AME ,Zion Church, displayed , and shown, all. of the places of ending racial segregation in Lots For, Sale ,

'the best story !is Christian. I interest public education and the recent URGE Real Bargain ,
A -
brotherhood, according to veteran I Civil Rights Conference called ,to
churchman, that has' ever been plan for voters registration in USE OF BUYING 150 x 139, $1,650
,. .
i . .
shown in the south\ --- J. '- I the South are two examples of Airport Gardens

'It was the semi-annual meet- how,; NAACP and Dr. King have POWER .- Build on your lot Repair y-
ing of the official family of the, (cooperated.' your home '
AME Zion Church Bishop 'S. G. iln Florida* the NAACP will
JThe "No 'Bud" Protest Move- No Money Down
work to
Negro registfa-
Spottrwood, .Washington, D. C ( tion. Where such cooperation ment received added support last Cash ,paid for your lots 7
was elected chaIrman of the ,
with the Southern Christian week at the' national level when home '
Board' and presided over the deliberations Omega Psi ,Phi Fraternity became -
Leadership Conference is available .
8-1340 BARON .
.. He' succeeded BishopH. ; o promote registration of Ne- the first Negro Greek -
B. Shaw, Wilmington, N4 C., .gro voters, our branches who was elected treasurer. BishopW. on to continue the harmonious use 'of economic*"power: to secure '
J. Walls, Chicago;. is the sec rela ti>nship. the rights that are guaranteed to FOR. SALE '
retary. Bishop H. T., Medford is I Negroes under the Constitution. of I
the 'assistant secretary Driver KilledAs &the United States.
The Ministers .and Layman's In\a resolution proposed by Attorney '

Association also elected officers ,. Car Upsets 1 George I* Vaughn ''Jr., ,
legal,redress chairman of the Los 'PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
Dr. E. F. Jackson, Washington, '
D.;C, was reelected president Fort Lauderdale -- A 77-year- Angeles NAACP' the' fraternity at Efficient. Dependablel Reliable 4
Vice ,presidents are: Mrs. Laura L11Rev. ,old man was killed at noon Saturday its 44th 'Grand Conclave in St. IN THE N. W. SECTIONNew
Small Dr. S. P. Perry and Dr. I when his car flipped over Louis. Mo., the home of Anheu- 'CBS 2 and 3-bedroom

E. S. .Hard 'e. Mrs.. Sallie V.., ,while leaving the ;state turnpikeat ser Busch, recognized the importance homes. Hardwood floor, tile fea
Moreland and Mrs. Gladys H. : the. MacArthur Interchange. of the Los Angeles Protest tures. Close to but line; paved
'are Trooper G. D., Broxson of the Movement and,, adopted the following streets sidewalks, city water.
Hunter the recording secre-
: Is I I Florida Highway Patrol said the solution: -I(I Total price' $13,900; $2,000 down r
taries. Dr. G. W. McMurray
victim,, William Nickerson of "Whereas the Increased economic $80 ,per month. Shown by ap
the executive Members
secretary. Gifford, was .thrown through the well being of the Negro pointment.
'of' the executive' committee' are windshield, and apparently land- has brought about a new' 2.Bedroom Dade County pine
E. R. Ferguson, popular
Dr. H. T. Hunter, 'R v. B. F, pastor of Buelah Baptist Church,I ed under the tumbling car. iation of the Negro market In the home. Mutt be teen to appreciate.
Wright Rev. S. A. Sipeight'Geo I
Located at 3270 NW 51 it terr.
3795 Frow ave.,, Coconut Grove, I I
Edd Geigler, Rev. R, V. Wall, left Miami onI Thursday for | Total price $8,900; $1,500 first
Rev. W. E.. Carson Mrs. Josle E.
Nassau, 'Bahamas on'a business down payment, balance like rent.
Fuller,:;Rev. Arthaniel E. Harris, trip. Rev. Ferguson ./mill return' SEABOARD. MEDICAL CENTER Now open for Inspection. .
Mrs. Andrades Brown,Rev. NovieS. dU81NE88PROPERTY '
following a short stay in'the Bahamian '
Chaney, Rev. B, Leon, Carson capital Restaurant fully equipped. Now '
and Rev. A., W. ,Ricks. Rev.' Ferguson. and his very 2186 N.W. '7th Avenue Phone FR 3.2691 rented at $100 per month. New
The 'general officers made their : congenial 'wife, have completed. I CBS buldlng.| Total price $9,000 j
reports and revealed that the affairs all plans for the'official blessingof \ with terms..' .'r
of the church, both finan- their new home, located at HOURS: 9 am. to 6 p.m. .1 INCOME PROPERTY "

cial and ''spiritual were at an all 867 SW 126th terrace in,Howard. I. DAILY EXCEPT "'. All CBS bedroom duplex.
time high; The entire budget for The 'new home 'which is also the' I Full price $16,000; first down
the fiscal year was reported as parsonage of Beulah Baptist, will payment $1,700, balance easy.
having been raised, with 'sur be blessed at, a special service on Shown by appointment only. ,
% pluses in many of the Confer- Sunday afternoon, Jan. 26 at 3 I

ences. Dr. W. S. Dacons, director, o'clock. IN COCONUT GROVE
Bureau of Evangelism, said the Elliott J. Pleze, Times staff All CBS 3-bedroom, 2 baths,
crusade for new members Was' writer and news, commentator on B. Solomon Funeral Florid room, built.In garage,
Home '
showing great r ,.:lts. station WMiBM, will be the guest I beautifully landscaped. Full price
speaker on the program which \ $19,900;, $4,000 down. Terma. '
,'Dr. J. W. 'Eichelberger, secretary will follow the blessing of the (Established 1(26)) .
Christian Education, brief-' home by a well known minister. t FOR THESE SPECIALS
ed the confab on the forthcoming Others appearing on the' program Dignified Personal, Courteous Service, sk CALL
Church ,School Convention, will be the Heavenly Stars, the
which ''will be held at Caldwell Rising Sun Gospel Singers, the Funerals Within I J. A. SUMMONSDAY
:AME Zion' Church; 'Columbus, Florida Nightingales and '''ChoirNo. Range of Each Budget
Ohio -J.lly 20-?7.J 1 of Beulah Baptist Church. OR NIGHTHI

Jey West citizens' both' races The new home is located next 4-2448 or HI'' 6.0173
from Rear Admiral ;'F. D. Mc- to the present home of Rev. and 3781 GRAND
'Corkle, down to the. humblest, Mrs.,Ferguson; at 8843 SW 128th 315 N.W,16th AVENUE
left no stone unturned to show terr. Street Ph. .FR 31440MA Miami 33, Coconut Grove, Fla. '
an unusual amount of Christian SERVICES AT BUELAHOn
felloWship ,The homes. of both
I races were thrown open to the Sunday, 'Jan. 19 services at J
visitors arid a true spirit of cordiality Beulah will be as ''follows: Sun-
prevailed throughout the day School at 9:30: a.m. Divine Living Service for the Living"
week. worship at 1 la.m.{ BTU at <6:30< I
p.m. and evening worship at 7 KOR'EANVeterans
The most 'outstanding feature p.m. with the sermon by the Range Funeral Home
of the. fellowship was a ,tour ar- pastor. The new members will

...,#" .,..#, .#.....#,#" #.,#,#,,,. fellowship :i.t the evening wor- '.
'. ship.. The public is always welcome OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners '
to worship at Beulah Baptist -
tt*: PL 4-7468 -, PL 1.1331 I
,. .NOW TO LEARN and
LOTS New Lovely Homes .
: Oscar Range, Licensed'Embalmer Funeral Director CLASSES

UNion 5-5 017 ., Open..,from 3-5 p.m. '5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
2 bedrooms, Florida Room

UNion 5-2494 2338 NW 55th Terr. 6
, 4901 N.W. 43rd Terr.
Garage and hardwood floor Enroll now while there are

MR. FREDERICK, Built on your lot' The House class opening

1.1.: or mine of Albert ALL CLASSES MEET

.,,"UIlUUII"'Hl1'! BARON. JE' 8-1340 In The EveningsYou

jti' .' : ,I In the hour of bereavement -
; . are entitled to receive
P '. each day more >
1." full
and families time government ,
m ,I -J} It'a have are .
., never too late to your turning to the House of training allowance
1 Albert.' while attending evening

_ .. GRADUATION' PHOTO'. 'Made "i _-- There must be a rea classes.

J) >v. < '$ ,son; you owe it to YOU MAY ,RECEIVE

: r 'Cap and Gown Furnish, ed. Also tassel with your yourself and your families -

-.If"," "i" ' to'find out the. monthly'Inup
;: ,iV.W{ : school', colors. 'reason why. to S760
': . A training,
It'I .., :
>r . allowanceREGISTER
. "t : .
II "' ; Prim. Bickdrop Airsllable"for'Prohit'Photo. k _. FUNERAL DIRECTOR

; : :. '4'tt4 .(Funeral service where tie, (harronlililliaiDSCommercUl

: Johnson of Miami ? kr f am lite-, set the' coati College)

5 .;, >t Phone PL 8-4707

'a, 'I 182 W..3"d'.au. Phone,FH1-9541 6942 N.W.. 15th Avenue PHONE FR 3.1587f



: ... . ,THE",MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"

Registration. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1958 'PACE 11

Goal 3 Million in ,South. Tribute Paid 10. Courage 'I

YORK Plans for an
intensive voter registration campaign .
in seledled cities of six
southern states and stepped-up TEENS AGAINST POLIO of Southern Leaders

but less Intensive activity else- '
where' In the South were an- J'\
nounced here this week by Kelly, NEW YORK Reporting to the
M. Alexander, chairman qf an 49th annual NAACP meetingJan. total of 19,291 members, remained
NAACP committee designated to 6, Gloster B. Current the In 1957 the largest local ,unit
implement a program developedby Association's director of branches, in the Association. In second
southern leaders of the As- paid tribute' to the "heroic efforts place was Baltimore with 11,745.
sociation in Atlanta' last, November on the' part of the NAACP Cleveland was third with 11,365
and approved by the NAACP leadership: in Arkansas, Georgia, and New York (Manhattan only),
Board of directors.: A goal of Texas and several other1 states/' fourth with' 'a membership of
3,000,000 Negro voters in the where repressive measures were 11,267,
South by 1960 'was set at the At- instituted against local ,and state
During the 17 adult
lanta officers of the National :Association year
meeting, for:the Advancement of(Colored branches' ; 25 youth councils and'
Intensive campaigns' will be \ juT People. one college chapter were charter-
\ id,. Mr. Current said. For the first
conducted in the principal citiesof 'k These leaders, Mr. Current,
Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi ,. a ,: slid, endured, threats, violence'and time a branch was organized in
North Carolina, South Caro- arrests (because of their -efforts to New Hampshire, at Portsmouth' :
lina and Virginia, Mr. Alexandersaid achieve school desegregation and At the end of the year there were
1,348 NAACP units in 44 states
following the day-long to secure other civil rights for ,
the District of Columbia and the
meeting of the seven-person 'implementing Negroes. Confronted with this assault Territory at Alaska.
committee here on upon the NAACP, 'these 'officers '
Jan. 7. The committee recom- "demonstarted the sacrificial (Mr. Current reported on the activities -
mended establishment of a south- effort required by the Assoc- of the local, state and
wide advisory council as well as iation's leaders In the milieu of regional units of the Association
similar councils in each state. of mounting pressures 'by those citing achievements in legislation,
who would' retain the status ,
While the campaign will be at any cost." quo housing, employment; education,
largely concentrated In the ma- Lillie M. Watson (right) of) Eufaula, Ala. and the New Homemakers -, As a result of these pressures, political action and public accommodations -
jor urban centers, the small Association, ,joins 'with Jane McCann (left) of East Mr. Current reported' the Assoc- .
towns and rural areas will not Lansing, chairman of Michigan TEENS AGAINST POLIO; and iation In 1957 suffered a' drop In
be neglected in the plans of the David J. Kupfersteln Rockville Center, N. Y. and Key Club membership of some 40,000 from
committee which seeks to utilize International; to urge your generous support of the March of the, 350,000 of 1956. This was the HARLEM SQUARES
the Civil Rights Acts of 1957 in I Dimes.Teens all over the nation are working In their local March first 'time since 1949 that membership -
the drive to reach the registration of Dimes campaigns. These future leaden of the nation work declined Despite this W E'E T SHOPA
goal, the chairman asserted.Mr. 1 through their various organisations, schools, and as Individuals, membership loss, he added, the I
I to encourage other teens to get their Salk polio shots and to raise branch department was able to PULL LINE OP QROCIRIBO
Alexander said that a full.1 March of Dimes funds to support the service. program of the' meet its share of the Association's COLD bUTS COSMETICS
time coordinator of the campaign' National Foundation for.Infantile Paralysis. The 1958 drive ends national budget for 1957 through'' 208 ty.W. 10th St.LET'S .
will 'be named soon to work un- Jan. Sit other fund-raising efforts.
der the direction of exelutjve secretary I i The Detroit branch, with a
Roy Wilkins Additional \
personnel to work .on state levelsas

required was also recommend Thunderbirds to Perform TRADE
ed. In some states, existing ,
NAACP staff members' will be
utilized. Your older house or lot for homes in Bunche Park,
at Air Show Jan. 22-26 j i Magnolia Gardens, Richmond Heights and Hyde
Mr. Wilkins pledged the full Park. '
resources af the NAACP to backup
this campaign which he called The world's first supersonic verted. pass, aileron rolls and vertical Send me a list of what you ,have to trade. See t
,the Association's "No. 1 project acrobatic team flying North, rolls, all at low altitudes. 14540 Polk St., Richmond Heights
American F-10CC "Super Sa-
for the next three He an- 15035 Harrison St. Richmond
years. bres," will present an exhibition' The Thundcrblrds' performance Heights
nounced establishment by 'the'' of precision formation aerobatics will end with the "bomb-burst," Both are three bedrooms, one has two baths
NAACP Board of Directors of a I in which the planes in the dia- '
at Muter Field, Jan. 22.26, during r '
special budget to initiate this the International Air Show mond formation break away from 'LANDRY REALTY MOhawk.72578
campaign during 1958. and Exposition. each other while climbing straight 6708 West Flagler St. Rea. MOhawk 7-4936
With afterburners ignited,
of their red, white and up.
addition to Mr. Alexander Flying toward the four
committee in blue "century aeries" fighters, the
Members of the points of the compass, trailing
Charlotte, who is also presidentof Thunderbirds, USAF official aerial white smoke and leaving I''' trackIn
demonstration team will l aaaaxaaaaa aAaaamaaateaa amarasoxaaaaaaaaaaxxstu51WORLD
the North Carolina State per- the sky like a bursting bombor
NAACP and a member of the form loops; rolls, vertical "U" skyrocket. Then, diving toward -
Association's Board of Directors, turns, corkscrew rolls and other ,
the ground, the F-100's approach
includes Mrs. L. C. Bates, Ark- I maneuvers in a close knit four- the field from opposite di.\ FAMOUSWMBM' i
ansas State NAACP president andC. piano diamond formation. Wingtips if
over lap ing, they will main- ructions to cross head-on at a ii
R. Darden, president of the ; f
Association in Mississippi, both of tain a five foot separation at selected' point in front'or' the i
whom have been recently electedto speeds ranging (from 150 to 750 crowd, with speeds up to 750 ;,
the national Board of Direc- miles'per hour. m.p.h. ; 4

tors. In between the diamond for- I

mation maneuvers, the solo pilot TOPS IN LISTENING
Also A. T. Walden, Atlanta attorney -
will demonstrate 'precision 4-
end member of the Drive Carefully! I '
point and 8-point rolls, an in-
NAACP national legal committee THE CASTLEROCK; SHOW
; W. Lester Banks, executive L .
secretary of the Virginia State O THE. ,GOSPEL. BLIND BOY SHOW
NAACP; Mrs. Ruby Hurley, the
,secretary working out of Atlanta COMMUNITY THE BUTTERBALL SHOW

; and W. C. Patton, president
,Association's southeast regionalof LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT, J. PIEZE
U .
the Alabama State Coordina DRUG STORE
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Donald Simmons, Stillwater, .
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See Jack Golomb, sales manager FIF Investing .SHOP AT"BARKLEY'S ,EVERY WEEK 1'h'

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j> Ii "t,'
THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGfe FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. sage. After' morning I services tfe ". :x 1
. church
.. bide the ,
,\,.. ., will all feast \ s!
12'' SATURDAY,' JANUARY 18, 1958 Rev. C., J. Burney, pastor :.L, A. Thompson, pastor The public is invited'to of help God.ui 'y ,
the goodness .
Claudia Wilson, reporter enjoy
The Deacons' Board, DeaconW. Among our guests will be our I' .

Thank God .we. were able. to E. Hepburn, chairman, will State Mother, and Mother Ruby.
witness another glorious time sponsor a program 'Sunday after'noon Aranfcum. Today's though: Arise I
throughout the day Sunday beginning at 3 o'clock It is expected .and shine for thy light) has come. ? ': ,
with the Sunday School to be a fine affair. The public is \ 'M'
All the devotional ,services were. invited.' The church is located 'at 6825 . (',

spiritually hUh., The morning TA'. Rev. Joseph Smith, Missionary NW 20th ave.EBENEZER. ': .
message was delivered by our' of Atlantic Coast Association . k

pastor. Text, Psalms 84J2: "The will be the preacher at 7 MI:.tHODIST
Emotional Longing." The evening pan and choir No. 2 will .serve.

message was delivered by our both morning and evening. Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor
own Bro. W. M. Slater, text St. (Little Miss E. Evans will be Ernestine Hambrick, reporterAs
Matthews 25.32: "Be Ready For presented in a dramatic recital
God's Separation Day." Both Monday, Jan. 20, at 8 p.m Other everyone knows, family life '

messages were delivered with. youngsters will appear. Hear is under assault today. A har-
much power. them. dened,, sophisticated and sin laden -
world seems to take partic-
We had a tine BTU lesson that I TRIUMPH CHURCH ular delight in ridiculing the

l was enjoyed much.' We were family and seems a form of operation -
0 0 grateful to have our many friends Opa Lock Your family is suffering
L and visitors present. We honor Prince H. Mobley, pastorC. from this, so is the family next i f

the presence'of RUby Lee Daniels McKinney, reporter door, so is our nation. You haveheard
of this city.>The No. 2 choir rendered "The family that
the slogan,
music for the morning. The Sunday past was a day of remembrance -
I No. 1 choir rendered music for in the minds of those :,rays together, stays together"Make Have
who were present. The Source this your slogan. a
the evening. The No. 2 and Junior
. lof The Church's Power the definite time, use the Rosary as :
IJIr" --.. ushers were in charge of the was Teach
the basic family prayer.
day's work. subject of the lesson. The lesson
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYWorld METROPOLITAN A. M. E. To all visitors and friends: You was based- upon the coming of the your children to love, respect of and
The of the I serve this favorite prayer wr)
are welcome in our services. i Holy Spirit. coming
Religion Day, institutedby Rev, H.' M. Salmon, pastor I !Holy Spirit is likened to the comIng lady.

the National Baha'i Assembly Services at Metropolitan .are NEW' HOPE BAPTIST of spring.: Every ,,thing' takes Services throughout the day on
to proclaim the fundamental one- on a different meaning. After the .
Sunday was very
ness of religion, will be celebrated expected to be high spirituallyand Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor coming of the Holy Spirit the I Hall delivered two very
morally throughout the day,
A. L. Stephens, reporter next promise that we receive is
Sunday, Jan. 19, 7.45: p.m. at the beginning with Sunday School at touching sermons. The a.m. sermon -
Baha'i Center, 137, NW, 11th ayes sanctfication. Sanctify means to was entitled "But she of herwon"
9:30: under the superintendency of Services' on last Sunday were : set apart for holy use, to cleanse,
: did cast in all that shehsd"
Mrs. Celia Day. both spiritual and inspirirational.
Mrs. Allene'Guinyard, librarianat to reftne and make 'worthy for '.
the Holmes Elementary School The No. 2 cholriand: the No. 2 holy purpose. Some of the -worksof The p.m. sermon entitled
Two delightful sermons have. "And certain woman named
will speak on "World Religion." for usher board were in charge the Holy l?jlrit} are to cleanse,, a
been prepared our spiriital Martha received him into her
All races and faiths are cordially :, throughout' the day. : purge, prune* cultivate, direct "
Enrichment by our> very able pas- Sunday night our pastor deliv- home. .,,
invited to attend. and to strength{ The subject c f
tor. A' cordial invitation is extended -
and ered a very fine message, from the YPEi bandwas'' "God Gives I I Sunday was infant baptism. -
to the public to cone
the 22nd of Genesis ""
FIRST UNITARIANOn worship with us, at all times. chapter Wisdom Scripture lesson: James The pastor baptised one infant
speaking from the subject: God 1511. After the ,lesson Miss Y.

Sunday, Jan. 19, a portionof BAPTISTReV. will provide. The No. 2 choir Taylor \\,Xlrcndored: a wonderful 'Rev, Brantley and his congregation -
the 11 a.m. service aC( the First ANTIOCH rendered a short musical program : programs ," '. ( visited with us in an after

Unitarian Church located on Dix- O W- Foster, pastorA. enjoyed by everyone pr s- The evening devotional service services Sunday night, which '

ie Highway at S.W. 29th Road, L. Johnson, reporter ent. was high in spirit,. For the past proved .very successful.
;will be devoted to a special ser- Consecration' services will 'be two weeks we have been in a
Unity in the church is our 'gin Jan. 20 through Jan. 31. Rev. pentecost meeting and the Lbrd The Wesleyan Guild invites you .'
mem thought for the day' Sunday : J. E. McClary of Ocala, will be has really been blessing those who to attend its Nationality'Tea on :
during the past three months. Dr. School was timely with DeaconE. the speaker. Installation of all officers attended. We are inviting all our Sunday, Jan. 19 from 4 to 6

Robert Carlyle Beyer, president, Ross in charge. A very inter- Sunday, Jan. 26. The pub friends, to come' out and receive p.m. Registration fee $1.00.

and; Lynn Snyder' membership: esting lesson was discussed on lic is invited t to attend these ser- some of the,blessing that the Lord We've launched our Easter -
chairmen, will assist in the ser- the subject, "The Source of the vices. I has been blessing us with. The rally which will terminate March '
vice. Rev. Glenn O. Canfield has Church's Power." Services will begin at the usu- ''I meeting'will last until the. 30th of 24 Each auxiliary is busy trying ,

chosen "Man ''The Controls" as his Th11.ahv.i : 'devotion was al time this Sunday with the No this month: to get their quota of $300. Read
sermon subject for that morn- spiritually high. Usher Board No. 1 choir and No. 1 usher board in A th6jght. to remember: The your news to keep up'with the .
Ing. 1 served throughout the day.The : charge.' We at New Hope extendto Holy, Spirit within you is more happenings. This rally Is for the -
a standing Invitation., than a match for anything out- of,buying for '
you now
Children and Prayer. will be male cdorus rendered music. The I side. purpose pews
the church. All members asQc-
Rev W T Thompson brought the are
discussed at the adult forum at ,
1030. message taken from Acts '9:6: NEW BETHEL BAPTIST ed to pay $25 for this purpose.
TRIUMPH CHURCH Rev. Hall all members to : 1,
subject, ''Lord, What Wilt Thou urges
The Liberal Religious Youth '
1571 N.W. 68th Terr.
weekly on his $25. :
group will meet'at the church that Have Me To Do( ? Rev. G. Jones, pastor Mrs, E. 'Cooper, reporter pay

evening at 8:15., The BTU met at 5.30: p.m. The Sunday School ...-....,.. 9:45a.m.: The pastor urges the membersto
discussion was "Living Morning worship ....:............. 11:00: Prince David Williams, pastor visit the sick. To- our visiting
ST. PAUL A. M. E. group Constructively." ,We are, in needof Evening worship .................... 7:30: Triumph The Church and friends who come to share: in our '
Kingdom of God Irr Christ will
worship. We hope that you are
Rev. F. E. Snead, pastorM. attendance. Mothers, will you celebrate. its Founder's Day thru
benefited You
THE INCARNATIONFr. in some way. are
out and bring ,
please come your .
Braynon, reporterThe out the universe Monday, Jan 20. always welcome. "
children? Our BTU helps build .
E.. S. Clarke Jr., vicar This great overcoming church ""
"business session of our our church of tomorrow.
revealed to Father Elias
Veronica O"Berry, reporter was
first quarterly conference was The 7 pjm. devotion was led by Dempsey Smith Jan.. 29, 1902. Its .:
held Friday, Jan. 10 !with our Deacon Ross. Shiloh choir No. 2 SUNDAY doors were opened to the world TRADE ,

new presiding elder, F. A. -Allenin rendered music and the Rev. E. Patronal Festival Celebration Jan. 20, 1904( with 225 membersin 1954 4-door Buick; Fluid I
charge. D. 'Dennis brought the message, Church School and Adult Bible the congregation Since then

On Sunday Elder Allen taken from Genesis 1:1: ; theme, Class .......-...............?,. 9:30 am Triumph Churches have been set drive. White and
very .
"God Moved." Both morning and Solemn Sung Mass I and up all over the world. This }
two '
tical sermons.very Interesting The text, for prac- evening messages were preached. Sermon, .................... 11:00: ajn., church was handed down/ for the clean.; One owner for ,
our your
morning worship was Exodus 22.: with power. St. Michael's Guild ........ 5:30: p.m.; black man's deliverance and if '
The subject was "The Church." ,We are happy to have our Episcopal Young Church- we take in the doctrine and abide. lot. .. "
The text for our evening wor- friends and visitors worship with men Unit No. 1........ 5:30 p.m. by its laws God ,will truly bless.
ship was Judges 7:21: "Soldiersof us. Remember' the shut-ins in I ConfirmationInstruction for ? Jesus said in John 8:51: Verily, Landry MO 7-2573 11. '

The Cross." your prayer. .' Children verily, 'I say unto you, if a man 6708 W. Fl 0ler Eve. MO 7.4t3 : 'to
Instruction for children 6 ,
: p.m. keep my saying, he shall never
Monday, Jan. 13, our first MT. SINAI BAPTIST. Solemn Evensong and see death. And then Paul said m
church conference was held with I < Sermon ........................ 7:30: I Corinthians 15:51: Behold, I
our pastor, Rev. F, E. Sneed. PerrinRev. TUESDAY shew you a mystery, We shall not A Real ,Bargain
Stewards were appointed and J. E. Murray, pastor Solemn Sun ........ 11 p.m. all sleep, but we shall be chang
trustees elected by the members.: Mrs. Melllssie Harris, clerk MMaDAY ed. Since we know that the gift 6 lots, charming home,

St. Cecelia's Choir Guild of God is '''eternal life and the
Our Sunday School with Mrs. Sunday, Jan. 19, will be Men'i Rehearsal .................... 8 p.m. wages of sin is death we believe fenced in wall, tennis court,
Lucille Baker, is moving along Day. At 11 Lester A. Albert Be what Jesus
prepared to attend the An- says in St. John 14: barbecue pit beautiful
nicely. We arc asking that more twill be the speaker. nual Church's Bazaar on Jan. ,24 1213. Verily I say unto ,

adults attend our Sunday School Rev. H. Boyd will be the speaker to 27. you, he. that believeth on me, the landscape Good for
because the youth of the church at 3 pan., and refreshments works that I do shall he do also; A

today wild be our officers of to- will be served. The speaker at ST. JAMES A.M.E. and greater works than these church, school, nursing

morrow. 8 pars.. Is Rev W H. Henderson. shall,he.;'do; because I. go unto my
If they ,are to take our placeswe Come and, enjoy yourself. Mrs. C. W Brooks, reporterDr Father., And whatsoever ye shall home or private estate.

must prepare them now. Theyare A. Joseph Reddick pastor ask in any name, that will I do,

our children. \ ST. ''MARY'S, M. W. Sunday that the ..Fahfty,, be glorifiedIn Baron, JE 8-1340.
The School nder the
Have visited the sick
you ? Theyare the Son. Our 'services
looking for you. Visitors are, Mr;. S. Dawkins, reporterRev direction ,of C. S. Hall who was 11 Cl m.;. .And oUr, Presiding will begin 1133 N.W.,66th St. .
E. A. Culmer appointed superintendent for this .
always welcome at, St. Paul. pastor Prince 'Bishop.
,B\O.; Glanton. will
year along with his 1707 N.W. 59th St..
TRINITY WESLEYAN Sunday ''School began at the most capable. staff invites ,all deliver the ,Founder's Day mes- r

usual hour with Rev. II. StuartIn parents and children to studyGod's .

Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor I charge He also reviewed the word' together Sunday WE WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW : ,
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews reporter i lesson. We wish ,'our superintendent morning at: 9:30 ajm,, ; YEAR

Sunday School ._.....-...... 9 .aon. I who is sick a speedy recov Dr. 'R.eddidc will preach, from Custom Made Choir

Morning worship ..._.._........ 11:00 ery., the theme! -at the: 11 am. hour. Gowns .
Young People' Meeting 8 p.iD. .Services began at H a.m. with I "Running Away From Duty" and Choice of 10 Dlfftront Color' I...\
Rev. 1L V. Stuart in' charge, our during the 7 p.m.; worship servicehis Combinations c

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN pastor being away on his'offlcaJ them will be X3ospel Surgery o 5 Balanced Yoke :.:,

6893 N.W. 14th Ave. visit at Delray Beach. We missed: ," The pastor Is expected to for Superb Draping Contoured Fit . ..:-.':
him very much and want him tc be t at his best during these services , Fully Cut ::..
Rev. James Culmer, pastor know that we are praying for MotkulotMly- Tailored! -:';':.

Eddie Edwards, clerk him. Rev W. Dullard deliveredthe ,Friday 'night Dr T. A. Allen, From $10.95 ;, a :.;';'.
Sunday School __ *:30*Jit sermon from Genesis 1:1. No. .I. the nervpresiding elder ofthe ,,' I
2 choir rendered. 'music with Also a Complete Line: :,;.;
Morning worship _._ 1UOO North Miami District, ,will hold .
Westminister Fellowship 0 pjn their organist,,Mrs ,U. Hires,. and the first quarterly conference Gowns Collar Stoles. "r '.y- 1
No. r ushers served. One infant ,I.
CuMocko Surplkea .
All boards and clubs are requested cape .'
"MAN THE CONTROLS"" ,I was baptized.- to present their written and Baptismal Robes o Pulpit Gowns ;t. r'\\' ,

Sermon by The 7 pjn. devotion was led by Quality Features Assure Complete i

'ft....' Glenn' O. Canfleld . Rev.. Stuart. We were very happy I con-ference I SaUstactlonl.! ," .
to hive the Rev. 1C Demeritte of Our Represeotattv I
Sunday tervfo .... 1Ix00 will Call
in on Yoa
Church School' _. ... 1030 Coconut Grove.,He .preachedfrom hold Itsfirst meeting Upon Request Without ''
? Obligation, or I
St Luke 14, "Christ TeachesHumility. the parish hall. All are Invitedto .
I Send for Uustrat
Color .
attend. Catalorl! ''I.
We had other visiting ,both services. ;
(UA S.W. 2t Rd. ;
OJalo. Hwy. 1))
minister from in and out of the Sick, and shut-Ins. are:. Annie I Southern; Choir Gowns Co :4, J ;
city. No. 1 choir sang with their Edwards t Julia O'Brien, Jerome I 218 NJS.
Drive Carefully organist, Mrs. G. McFord. You Jamison, Herbert Knowles. aad I 2nd Av... Miami ."l'

are always" welcome- at.St. Mary's.. Frank. Shaw.. .j ky.


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THE MIAMI TJMES1'he Peoples' New.paper"SATURDAY

The Bahamas JANUARY 18, 1958 PAGE 13 ..

-- By A. H. McKENZIE --

Nassau is now experiencing I treasurer, and L. R. Thompson F fi tL.&tvwe.4n

the first major strike in its his- financial, secretary,
tory. Bread ,is short and had to
be brought in from Miami to Allan Rolle was convicted in

meet the demand, and the end the Magistrate's Court on Dec. 31
of the ,strike is not yet in sight.' for using obscene language and WANTEDONE
assaulting Edmund Johnson on
The strike started last Sunday the night of Dec. 23. A bus driver BEDRooM'unturnlshed
when ,all o( the taxi cabs, combined on the run to Cable Beach,
with the Bahamas Federa- Rolle lost his "head" when pas- house in Liberty City area. Call

tion of Later, struck the first sengers complained of the speedhe PL 93113.IMMEDIATELYf.

note. Things are very serious. All was making. He was fined.
hotels, restaurants and bakeries 2 intelligent
are at a standstill. The Public Fire completely destroped the men for .salesman and collection

Health Department workers are two-storey mental assylum of work. Must know city. Good tpay.
5749 SW 8th st. 9 to 11
on strike. the Princess Margaret. Hospitalon Apply '
the night of Dec. 26. The 100- a.m. Friday or Monday a.m.
AU eyes are on Randal Fatwkes, I
year-old stone building of wooden -
president of the Federation. Labor EXPERIENCED! beautician Ap"
will move on his advice.At roof and floors was abondoned. ply at"or call Williams' Beauty II
The Texaco warehouse containing -
Shop 4334 NW 27th ave,' near
the than 2,000 gallonsof
opening of the Legis- more I
Booker Terrace. Phone NE 4-4796
lature on Monday, thousands gasoline, kerosene and diesel
lined the sidewalks end booed at oil on )Fort Fincastle was, threat- or NE 4-316.0. mien Louise w .b.., w .. ..i .. uiuv a Association
the Governor all along the way. ened, but the flames were" subdued Gardiner a freshman at Philander and the Science Club.

British soldiers were flown in without further inicidents. j I Drive Carefully! Smith College, has been National Methodist ScholarshipA.wards
from Jamaica on Tuesday night I _ awarded a National Methodist cover tuition and fess up
end Wednesday .- Scholarship by 'the Board of Edu- to $500 and are granted on the
morning as a'I cation of the Methodist Church, basis of superior academic standing
precaution against possible property ; America's according to announcement by active
an leadership ability
damage violence but the
strikers simply them, the K 'w est Dr. LaFayette Harris, Philander churchmanshlp character; per-
gave Southernmost' '
laugh. ey CityBy president. Miss Gardiner is the sonality and need.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Na-
Shown, left to right are: Na-
thaniel Garlned 1765 NW 66th St.
The protest grew out of the __ FRANCE: t K. OALMIR 31 tional Methodist Scholars Helen
refusal of the Tour Company to Miami, Fla. and is a member
-- - -- -- - - - Louise Gardiner Dorothy Louise
give to the Taxi Cab's Point the Ebenezer Methodist Church. ,
way !
White Charles Eliot Douglas Au-
20. 'DEATHS den was a well'known citizen of ,
this community and was-hllhly !Miss, Gardiner is a pre-nursing retha L Creen Velma Singleton

Mrs. Loretta Butler, wife of 1 I I Theodore Navarro, 828 Thomas I esteemed by all with whom she student. She is a member of the and M. A. Lawson, college busi-

ex-Sgt. Audley Butler, died last St.-died Sunday' Dec. 20 at Mon- came in contact. college choir, Student Christian ness manager
Sunday. Funeral services will ,be roe General Hospital a
held this Sunday short illness. Funeral service was The deceased is surviVed' by I
conducted Sunday, Jan. :9 I at three daughters Mrs. Florence FOR/SALE I IT

Cornish Memorial AME Zion I Crompton, Ocala; Mrs. Franka
Roy Williams, watchman at the '
Post Office, died'during the week Church at 230 p.m. Rev A. F, Blackman, New York City; Mrs. PONTIAC 58 Star Chief. Only

and was buried on Wednesday Hooper pastor,of the church of- I Alice Leggett, Key West, a son,. 850 miles. Small down payment
ficiated. The deceased Is surviv-I J.. Edtien, New Yor kCity, several for your old car, and take over

Eustace Wilson, better known ed by his wife, Mrs. Annie Na- grand children, 13 great'grands payment. FR 3-4831. Call after

as U.c., died last week and was varro, a'son, Raymond, :four and 'a host of other relatives and 6 p.m.
daughters, Mrs. Florelle Burns, friends. Funeral services were
buried on Sunday.
Methodist LOT. 4-5 x 130. (city water.) Located -
Mrs. Elizabeth Carr Tallahassee; conducted from Nowman
Mrs. Delores James and Miss Church Saturday, Jan. 4, Rev. in Liberty City. For infor-

The Junkanoo parade on Box- Theodosia Navarro a brother, W. 1.. Hubert e, pastor! presid- mation call NE 4-5354. Puny ys
Ing Day. Jan. 2, was the largest Steve Payne of Detroit; 10 grand ing. The Key West Undertaking PURE OIL Service reasonable.Station}. 14500 ,

best and most orderly to hit the children, and other' relatives and. Company was )Err charge of fun Lincoln equipped. Price Boulevard Richmond
streets of Nassau for ,
many years. sorrowing friends. arrangements.
Heights Ora D. Taylor Phone
The event was widely
Key West Undertaking Comp- CE 54246.BY .
- there were many foreign FURNISHED ROOM. Jessie Clark
vistors. The various participatinggroups any had charge of arrangements. 224 Truman Ave. Reacker Neely 1W2 4-
OWNER. Chrysler
were sponsored by some 720 Galveston'Lane I ,
sedan New Yorker. Good
of the business places of the city. Funeral services for the who Ffi door h,
Nathaniel (Valley) Ingraham condition. $375. Call Highland s
Among the individua 1 prize died Dec. 24, were held Saturday 3-7044.
winners Leonard Bartlett walk Jan. 4 at 3 /pm at Trinity Presbyterian
ed off with first place $240; Per- Church. Rev. C. H. LOOKI LOOKINOrlCE! MONROE MUSIC HOUSE

ry McIntosh, second $84; Phillip Richmond, minister of the church
3rd, $58; and Richard Russell presided. The deceased I 1. survived Everything in Gospel Music Mrs.. Hattie McSwaln oft\ h e
4th, $28. In the group division by his wife Mrs. Catherine A practically new modern 1 bed Everything for the church Also National Live Stock and Meat
. "Sweet Richard" took first Smith Ingraham, Miami, two room apt. No. 3 at $14. Hot water church furniture .and 1058 com- Board of Chicago will be in this:
place $224; the Grenadier children a dear 4 lend. Miss very nice and clean. Kitchen cab- mentaries. 242 NW 8th St., apt. city Jan. 20 to present a meet

Guards, second $168; East Bay Mary Hester Lantana a sister, o nets. A Christian environment. 5, Miami 38, Fla. cookery demonstration before
Street Service, 3rd $112, and K. Miss Jclia Mae Ingraham a I Please to see Rev., S. H. Bowles, the homemaking students and
S. Mosec and Sons group 4th, I brother William Ingraham, a 1891 NW lot court or call agent, Drive Carefully Booker T. Washington and Gee

$84. Several consolation prizees grandfather, Thomas Thompson, FR 4-4079. W, Carver high schools. Her programs .
were awarded in both divisions. 2 aunts; Mrs. Susan Roberts, Mi- will be timely and factual,

ami, and Mrs. Mamie Sawyer, a presenting .n interesting demonstration -
The Rev. William Edward host of other relatives a. n d .. on many phases of the
Thompson son of Mr. and Mrs. friends. subject of meAt. Information will
William Thompson of Nassau and fiUiNf jFifl stress points on meat buying, ,the
Rev. Neil Eric Roach from Trin- Funeral arrangements were J I Is identification of the various cuts,

idad, were ordained to the Anglican under the direction of Allen III. meat cookery 'and serving. Attractive -

Priesthood on Dec. 21. The Funeral Home. s BY ORAL ROBERTS : ways of garnishing will

Rt. Rev. Spence Burton, assisted ................................'.......... also be featured.
by Canon -i. E. Cooper and Mrs. Laura Edden, 214 Eanes

Canon E. W. G. Holmes, performed Lanes died Dec. 30 at the homeof PRAYER HEALS OANOEROUSOHILD FOR RENT '

the ceremonies at Christ her daughter Mrs. Florence What you are about to rea 4 pray -w-;.uld-your headquar '

Cathedral Canon Colllngwood Crompton, Ocala .Fla. Mrs.. Ed- will astound come of rev. It ten In Tulsa, Oklahoma lad reQuested 3 BEDROOMS furnished house la
Cooper preached the sermon. should thrill all of you because your prayers. We were Opa Locks, caU PL 8-9210 Ray
Other clergymen participatingwere God Is a good Oed. What he has assured of your sympathy and Joseph.
Revs. S. A. Eldon, Claude .. done for another, He le very able This was about 1000:
prayer '
Saunders John Calnan J. Theo and willing to do tor you. NICE ROOM for nice single man
dore,Black and M. Rudolph Duo- Mrs J. W, of'Georgia write a.m.At 1:10: p. m.. thi swelling began Beautifully furnished with plenty
combe. SAVE ON that her physician told her concerning td 111... Dy 1:09: p. m., our hot wafer. ,Call FR 1-2867 at
her 11-year-old eon> 1am boy was tilting up In bed At
1232 NW SIt glace, apt 11 (Sat.
Funeral services for the late so sorry, hut your son is eaten 1:10 p.m. he started passing and Sun.
Rev. Ebenezer E. Simmons were Cleaning & Laundry up with cancer We have jut those cancers from his body We
held 'at Gallllee Baptist Church operated and U the child has called th*physician who had per
FURNISHED ROOM with modern
he has thousand! -
one cancer a formed the
operation and he
of which he was founder and 590 Ii.W. 62nd St. Everywhere we looked, there couldn't believe the report. He j conveniences in quiet neighborhood -
pastor, on Sunday Dec. 22. He
was a mass of cancers. He got out of bed and came to the all buses. Single, working -
died suddenly on Dec. 14 at his might lire S days." hospital to eee this miracle "with, young woman'preferred. 2440
home. Rev. Simmons was a very Corner 6th Are. "What would you think, feel, his own eyes' By the 17th day NW 60th it. hicks.DEAUTI3UZJLY, .
useful minister, especially to the do, II" your physician tamed our COB wanted to get apt aad
old people of the community He away with tears trickling down we allowed him ta He put on anew ; furnished room,
is survived by his wife Nurse ,PANTSDRY his cheeks In a silvery stream faakTMrs. fooaball uniform thai his cooking convenience Call NEwton -
Grant Simmons; five sons, four CLEANED AND J. W "All I could whisper scboolmatM had cent him while 4-5337 after 5 p.m. .
daughters, three brothers} three u my' heart broke within he wae' sick, and went .outside.
sisters and a host of other rela- PRESSED me was 'Don't let him die. for a moment began to worry Legal Notice ' I
tives. The Rev. f-;: S. Colebrook 5 for $1.25PANTS Please, Ood. doat let him die. thinking It might hurt him la .
delivered the eulogy -I wu not a Christian. I didnt some way to get out of bed ana Notice Under Fictitious Name'
know how to pray. and on the go outside so soon after being '
x Edgar Carey was stabbed to morning followtnfthe operation near death Dnt then !. .nmem. Notice is hereby given that the t
Watch the docter called us Into his of. bend it was God Who healed undersigned to
death Night at Tar um desiring engage In
( LAUNDERED flee and told ua that we should him and Ood would look after business
Bay Eleuthera, by his brother? call anyone Id that we'wished.oer him.This under the fictitious name
Daniel. Both of them are said to 3 forJTDc child almost of ,
have been deaf and dumb A hours gone."The mother wrote to me again The Guenst's Sinclair Serviceat
passed I
member of the ,dD flew to the over a year ago aa follows: "It 12045 NW 7th ave.. Miami, Ha. '
SHIRTS / walked out of his room Into the las '....' stn years since God
Island to make Investigation. hospital eorridor. Ibid become healed oar son through prayer intends to register same with the
LAUNDERED ao depressed that I had quit even and talus la God He hunt ha* Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade
Mrs. Erma Grant Smith was recently 5 for 89c tryiim to pray But there I met a sick day since. We are an very County Fla.
elected president of the 'two ladies. and they were so very happily serving the Lord." Dated, Miami, Fla. January 48,
Government High School OldScholars' ice. They told me that God In my ministry I keep eapha 1958. _
Association. She succeeds : could heal my son even though ulna that Ood la a good God THE GUEwaT SINCLAIR
Orville' Turnqueit who is SAVE ON he was at the door of deata.Thef Then la a realm'of faith that SERVICE
furthering his legal studies in CLEANING ANDLAUHDRr also gave me 4 copy of the defies description or physical location A Florida Enterprise
England, and she is the first .Oral Roberts maculae. As they because it te eplritaaJ. ", n
woman to hold that post In the talked to me. suddenly a deeper* Bat It caa 'be reached just aaeasily .
ate tope surged Into my herfrU sad quickly aa did this
U-yoir-old organization. ,
596 N.W. 62nd St. OtmUt It be possible What wonderful I mother, tf you will have faith la -

Others elected are Rudolph Corner tth Ave. eewit My eon coold recover > Ood. Only believe, for Jeeaa JOIN THEY.M.C.A.TODAY
/ -1 believed it I told my came U bring abundant '
Moultrie vice president; C. V. 11U' ;' f
lusbaad lad he begs te tad .Health !
Bethel, secretary Eomett Weir, ery Led bfeeelita. ,
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> PAGE 16 SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1958 i-v T
. Classes at :NHS SI'CK ?

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,' 11EIII'J1:11iiiii11SiE! : ! .1 CiiiiIiiiJ1I/:5iiiii'! /: : 1m 1iiiiiiiEJ1rJ1iii5liiili!! 1DI As a i art of the current tax-
, : payer assistance program, the Internal Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
} .: Bichm nd Revenue Service with the I

Heights.Plashes cooperation of the Northwestern SAME.' DAY SERVICE. "
Adult Education Department will ; "
,. ------ By ORA D TALYORr- --- conduct evening classes in the I

eo -- -----.. '. preparation of Income tax returns -
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. ; INSPIRATION am inspired !I IJI. at seven different Dads Picture Tube Special 1

, .by the wisdom of God and County schools, The course will P
'"1 Joyfully look to Him for guidance ,be covered In''three weeks with 17-inch-$22.95 21 ..

\ .. and Instruction. I wish also one two hour session each week.
to intreat to
, :,' remamber His Each class will be conducted: by

1 spirit in. you. He an experienced Internal Revenue Converter For Channel 17-$16.50
,[ is the light cf I agent from the, Miami office.
your life anoHheinspiration These courses are free and no Used 17-inch -Good condition $39.95 i
of registration is required. Those
P your heart. Open attending these classes need only RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick serviceVets'
,i your mind and k AWILLIAM to furnish their own pencil and
; heart to God and rote paper since all other ma- I '
let Him teach terial will be furnished by the.

; you.Him in Talk prayer to; Internal Revenue Service.. I Radio & TV (O.. .

". I*,... about your problems. He AJ1) classes for this community I I
will reveal inspiration and lightto will be held at Northwestern 939 N.W. 3rd Ave.
you. New ideas, satisfactory during the hours,from 7' to 9 p.m:
\ solutions, wise counsel and guide Y S.Wednesdays, Jan, 22,,29 'and' Feb. 1 ,
ance will be your reward, "I all
continually with thee," your se- ..j1.-r: .......r.J'..__....___ r...................................}..'.............................:........................ejlbfftttt&ZXS ......... JI'.......
curity. I
'FOSTER HOMES Childrer Fair From :
is Easy to Buy
; of all ages, mostly Infants to ag
1?, from broken homes who need
loving care and normal; family 4 I I'I
\ life until a permanent plan can ({Bill) HEPBURNLove VISIT OR CALl TODAY. . PL 7-1645 '

.. be worked out for, them. If you 'I \
have enough love, ,to share, to and Charity Social Welfare .
give and space ,to share with a League and Atlas Lodge ahd,
child ,contact or Write: Children'sService Temple contained their efforts m --- r I
.., Bureau, 395 NW 1st St., thanking all donors who contri- '
Miami or call FR 4-3106. Please buted to their big Children's _
calL > I Fund at Christmas time.The contributions -
and gilts of these civic H

VISITORS' ,- Pleasant visitors minded donors played a giant .
during the past week were Mrs. part in making over 250 youngsters
Susie Daniels, principal of Car- happy during their holiday d ,
ver Ranches School, Mr. and I party held Dec. 27, 1957. ;nf4'Y.f,aBS>;a k"tl0v!% R1" :? tabs' y+k .r k jDON'T j
Mrs. Charles 'Williams of NW.Gth This jI I
ave., Elliott O. Rouse of Chicago, i \ Yuletide venture is Spearheaded -
each year bY hard work,
real estate broker, Mr. and Mrs. I
ing William (Bill) Hepburn, who
HI: Mass.
J. Jadkson, Oak Bluffs,' ;
has played "Santa Claus" to
Mrs. Lois Hill ,and friend of the '
thousands of Miami youngsters
Children's' Service Bureau. It
over the years. Among those who
indeed Inspiring to have these
contributed during the '57 party
floe friends come Into our home include:Seybold Baking,, Co., Me-
and renew "old
'to cheer us
rita .Baking Co., Nehl Bottling
times. I Co. and Monsalvatge, Candy Co.

THANKS Mr and Mrs R. >.
Saunders and daughter, Jesslyn Personal Mention
and hUSband Wesley Brown wish
to thank the many friends who Mrs. Lillian Paschal Wheelerand
children, Clyde and Deniseof
gave so many beautiful gifts and during their" recent mar- Washington Wednesday, D.C.after left,spendingsome the cityn PA Y RENT I

_* I time,with her mother, Mrs. __
DGLNINER FOR AGED The dinner Fletcher Paschal Sr. Mrs. Wheele -
ahd gifts foraged at Oak' had comedown to attend the,,

Lodge, Kendall Hospital, was a funeral 'of her father, Fletcher A '. $495 DOWN
Paschal Sr,
grand affair. The menu consisted
of fried chicken, salad, vegetables, : LIBERTY CITY
hot rolls, cranberry, 'fruit and Mrs,and John Dillard and I I Lovely ,2 bedroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, bah on .extra ', ;
punch The head officials of the sons motored to Dallas, Texas to large Liberty City lot near' NW 22nd ave. Move right in. No closing
attend the Sigma Fraternity Na- I
hospital were to'guests Rev. and and gave Mrs. tional convention. costs, ,one mortgage payment, anyone, can buy today. Only one like .

high Taylor, ,praises Mr. and Mrs. Brown and this, better hurry I Call now: EZ term*. Pay only $17 week. .
idrr d ..
: : Mrs. Quinten North
staff for the fine spiritual educational .. .
and ealth services rendered entertained with a birthday party NEW .BEDROOMS CBS DANIA'BEAUTY CBS '
these disabled citizens. for ;their son, Kevin on Sundaya .
$795 DOWN $595 DOWN ,
eekBgo. ,
and Each man rebounded for with all the thanks help Gorgeous new 3 bedroom, living Like new, 2 lov 'l,. bedrooms, living

given appreciatiop them. s John O.Brown and familyare room,' combination: formica kitchen' room, combination kitchen, tile

enjoying the Visit of her parents with built in oven and range, bath, tile roof, carport, utility on
NURSERY FOR SALE A the, Rev. and Mrs. W. A. breakfast bar, tile bath, sliding ,, large lot, near schools and trans
Faulkner. Rev. Faulkner is
beautiful state ,nursery standards building, is. yours meeting if- tor of Park Manor Congregational pas-- doors, front porch, rear patio, large portation. No closing costs, no

you need It. A church, lodge or Church. Chicago, .Accompanying closets utility' on large Rainbow qualifying. Move right in. Don't .
other group .may purchase same. the Faulkner, is a family Park lots. Only one mortgage pay miss this. Call for appointment
Call CB5-4246. for'information friend.,' Mrs ,Salina Shaw of Atlanta ment. No closing cost; EZ term
.... *1 on balance. Small deposit will hold NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 BATH
Please send your news. We wishto / I until closing. ''See this today I 'CBS $1,895 DOWN
build up our news flashes so Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of .,
send us your arties, dinners Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority observed Fabulous) new CBS 3 bedrooms, 2
home events, church announcements ( I their Founders Day with EDISON CENTER tile baths, large livjng room, separate .
or what have you? That all :, a ,closed affair on last Sunday. Mixke Offer dining room, electric kitchen, j

may share your activities. Call To Settle Estate extra closets, inside, utility, tile
Mrs. Lucille Starice well known
CE Lincoln 5-424: Bpuleward.Jitterbug or leave. news at 14001 Homestead resident ,and A mem- Well built 2 bedroom, Dade,County roof, carport, on huge lot, best location

ber of St Paul Baptist Church of pine, living room, dining .room,' ,_1 near everything. More right
Contest Homestead, was admitted as a 1Zath'closeti, carport. Need clean, In. Pay balance EZ like rent. We

patient to the ,Christian, Hospital ing up. A/bargain for cash, see this, hare the key, call now. ........
There will be a Jitterbug Jamboree Tuesday Mrs. Starke, who ,is and make offer. Speculator tee '-
contest on Saturday night popularly known as "Sister," may 3 UNITS III..A
Jan. 18 at the Bunch,Park Elementary be the hospital locatedat this! DOWNTOWN .
',School cafetorium. Come 1218 First place. Relatives INCOME
out and enjoy a night of fun and friends are wishing for hera Ideal Spot For eI 1 Unit-2 bedroom

Prizes will,, be given.. Rockln speedy and successful recovery' ,- NIGHT CLUB 2. Units-1 bedrOom. 'er da _,
Rodgers of the 1220 Club will,be "* ,.' Edison Center Area completelyfurnished.. Good In.
'M. C. The affair Is sponsored by *
the PTA. Adults and teenagersonly. Beautiful CBS 2 story building with come. Priced to sell. Best terms.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Peterson
huge ,store room down and 2 SF.E1
Admission 50 cents. apts.up
left this week for Ward S. C,
with bedrooms ...
each'apt.. .A
where they will attend the fun- (
eral of Mr. Peterson's mother Huge Jot with parking space In LIBERTY CITY LOT '
Drive Carefully who died earlier in the week.AMANDA'S rear. Priced to sell. EZ terms to be For Saloon EZ Terms '.
'50 x 140 lot., near NW (
arranged. to suit ,you. Check this Low are.
today *' down ,payment, low monthly.
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ur future. See this.

6314 N.W. 15th Avenue 'CiS' ,QWC& "for Yovr'lot er Acres

,Breakfast at 6 *.m. Daily-Boiled Fish Every 'Day , FAIRREALTy s'

Lunch Dinner
and Served

1 Now Operated by" Amanda Herself 201 NeW6


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