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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 25, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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.time.j press at ,39 No. Temple Antlers' of I .workdays., on pjn' 5 to ajn. 8 from drop a quite is figure country.: each to j here. Miami. occasion the tm .

-Incomplete were arrangement l Funeral organizer. was She death.. her of from school the patrol handful ;here.This spokesman, army an individually presented) but ,area front" miles- 13 about .of! try-Johnson Photo' ,'-*juniors the SPEAKER !4pealslr REN3 :Guest RALPH

". relatives. f of>j number time the to tip circles church" a only*"force: present the .Of according\ $124489$ of pay, ere the for an-over-all-plan: ;as ,1rue11'aproperty: .OD house *- rented, who Jent.of. b..p. Shotwell Roosevelt year. ;t last honw the held
a' by survived 1a! Register Mrs. fraternaland positions significant school. high the at children Negro monthly total a down drew rehooj! offered. be ;not will program The family white destitute Turner Hi-Y. senior the of manager who ,James Bertha. queen fag.
of number a held Register Mrs. nine of enrollment the to High Central at tfatrols in serving, areas African many In use tive Sherwood Mrs. and Mr. !business the AtwelTTs George and I .ifae-reliT> waHcrawnetr: :
BethtJ Rkks
Church AMC Greater illness. short a lowing -resistance the of height the during duty on ..
and federal still construc- to put be could Cruellswith the of friendship of president is Smith Walter schooL !
a Miss .BTW at junior posrlar!
of member pioneer was She fol- Hospital Memorial Jackson -October last had guard the which -guardsmen National Arkansas 432 : cooperative A
organization economic because out carried and planned ; junior
... vas the of y'Bi- and senior the
... Fife of Elks Daughter \he\ of uty 1 ajn Friday ,' .school. the at program -T H1
the at court
6 died payroll million $2$ nearly the The ),ANP( ROCK little, i and unionism trade health public beating the contended state The both of officers new the of tion "
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'Deep State and Mother State also 1st NW 1126 of Miamian pioneer Senior and Junior annual the
.,. housing farming
of matters
wM She Miami. of Elks aughter known. widely Register Ida Mrs. ; basedon- program Israel The hospitalized. was mother installa- the !ai officated! YMCA occasion The auditorium school's
O4J85little$ whose seven Branch, Carver, the of the in morning. :Tbursday- last
Draw Rock children white for, -director: program Ross D. Franklin ,- ,
territories. African French ,caring were wife his with/ who 58 held ceremonies fa 1 School
some and Ethiopia possibly and Cruell. Claud of 21 July,beating event. the WashingtonHigh T. BooZer of lily
Nigeria visit will also She March. the in charged were who four witness to present was that! crowd: Miss crowned CityVl"e\ York

r. l4y v Little at Guardsmen ot beginning the at independence againstthe night Wednesday verdicts large the to advice helpful and New of Hicks Willie and, ave.

of anniversary first Ghana's' on the returned jury all-white An II timely.Very some offered! Renick 3rd NW", 1512 of Bides,. Corintha
tin Israel t represent( will she where Mr. "WTVJ. station, TV of news Mrs. of daughter. RJC&S lores
t Ghana visit will Meir :Mrs. conspiracy. of director Renkk Ralph was De- Charming HI-Y MISS
1.% Feb. start to scheduled for each year one to sentenced n e
Mich. Flint In HospitalHurley + zoology. in concentrated I
tour goodwill an were Waldrop
sf African ins 28 E. Robert and
at interne to plans He;'year. a for having University Indiana: from ; ,,
dur- Meir Gokia Mrs. Minister 24 Bentley. Jack others Tlo
Fla. Pompano School High Ely degree arts' of master the holds
Foreign\ Israel's by discussed
'.Blanche at coach basketball head also He degree. arts, of bachelor program sentence. 'three-year
be will the f of Details
and education: physical, .of the received he where leans a received ,battery saultand
,-instructor was and year) a for Fla. ;Or- New. in University Dillard, at , independence.; as- committing with and battery
Quincy in School High Stevens work undergraduate his did 1948 of. 'verge: the on are or statehood and assault commit; to conspiracy

at science general and 'o t in High Washington T., Booker achieved which countries oi convicted was Rochester with
-biology taught he Meharry entering from graduated who Johnson' African of number a' to offered)( be to' who 24. ,Howard Henry\Wade-
to Prior 1951.$ in College house medicine. i assistance technical of program .1 -
More- from degree science of of)' field the in achievement Four "Point minature a paring labor. hard at years six
:,4-:4,> ; -bachelor the, received"He 1946. ,-. .future of promise,. and character '=;we is I Government Israel headto, Klan Greenville year-old
classof the 1 in 1 graduated, Sears, -moral high performance scholarly 30- Rochester, Marshall
"' .. CaV ) outstanding\' on based were If COUNTRIESThe Andrew sentenced Jr. Brailsford M.
-01j.n& Hospital )General County -selections The 10. Jan.. on Society James Judge Sessions General t
Orange the. at interne to plans Het -Honor Alpha Omega Alpha the of
t. Association Medical American Chapter Tennessee of Gamma the f -, here
Student Meharry the of i into initiated who.were students' term prison to sentenced( were
>.- -president as served he student t junior J medical senior six .among.v.ere'. r rAID PUSHES ISRAEL man Negro aged'an of beating'the'

'" aJ As Mass. Cambridge in Health i 65thSt.NW 1541 Sears E. Bertram :f .... in convicted Klansmen, Klux Ku
public studying In spent 'was\ !and 72ndst.,NW- 1238 Johnson A. "-: ',- -- .,-Four C. S. .'
-''' which Fellowship Paralysis Jas. Tenn. Nashville in College
-Infantile for Foundation National, a Medical Meharry at achievement: 4GREENVILUE_ : ?
Negro Beatific for I
-awarded was Johnson Meharry' at academic for week last ored ,

I year sophomore his Following .hon. were sons Miami's' of Two
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4. page 'on Continued in- committee ,the time t Att, Yrs. If" Get Klansmen
cca- industrial typical' a in groes 196T.l 4 Feb. j
Ne- young, .wnty-, + t of out one here held Conference Incentives

"not that said League Urban Training Youth the was practices _
,-National the of director executive discriminatory of elimination : I I
Grar.fer' Lester. time that the of aspect this' with deal to part. in Federal three-judge special. A
,. . Richmonddissented of Hutcheson Sterling fc.
-" training.At !convened conference first The r I
R appropriate take t to \thorn persuade problem. Judge view. majority the taking ColoredPeople.of Advancement the
to and them\ await this attack to year a within(called ; for Association National the over
Norfolk of Hoffman Walter Jjde
-.opportunities r.".nc;taal youth) the convince has Committee the thermos! ; i control of hopes state's' this
to schools. the la i Programs 3. national ,important two t of District Federal and Appeals II -cutting t Richmond in Monday; :

. and ;,groups. -second the was Conference sources of Court Circuit 4th S.. U. the -decision court federal ,Ira ppemngs, h
minority of members among Re- Community Minority The ,of Soper A. Morris Judge: with' 1 significant 'most the Among

poss&le as widely as Opportunity, Job Equal of unconstitutional laws the ; Court.
-opportunities job -declaring in 1 1 to 2 split court The I Supreme> States United .
expanded< about bon -extension the retard which factors the the by
-* of, Dissemination- ) 2. of .one. is groups, minority of > I laws. anti-NAACP ginia's i -ordered society homogenous, the on state and federal in hearings through' simmer still integration, I
;training on-the-Job) and ship!s -,members qualified |of lack the that Vir of three down struck t Court 1 bearing rulings come daily courts the of Out south. the. of much *t of Problems Va. ,RJCIBfiOJID.
-Uces app for and employment contract Government under ed ,
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for opportunities With.more youth perform ::work on employment:: in
( all provide *to leaders labor local discrimination religious and : .
t, stud" men business by Action:1. -its racial' in of found elimination has committee the' for The work -;; I Laws Vaa V Kills Court

-action of courses' three mittee. :
I ;:: '-recommended and \employment skilled for Com- President's' the of [ i- ,

train to youth the of more late ,Nixon.cha.lrman Richard President Vice s i PAGESAntiNAACP SIXTEEN 1958 25 JANUARY SATURDAY ,FLORIDA ,MIAMI 22 No. ,,YEAR 35th
-":-su: to programs of of invitation the at 15 Jan. here
..development the for communities Conference Resources Community: !x v -- :EII'r in Mutamu Nos et Mutantur Tempora :?
Individual of leaders of responsibility Minority the attended urabia )
tie 1!: emphasized then Speakers Co- of, District the and states 3 38

labor., and from organizations., social, and al
business of leaders, and officers -fraternalprofession civic ness

.guidaace their schools) parochial=l busi- f of leaders. 500 than More .
sad public the of -tendents-. -.,::o Contracts.; rnment: rrA a1'.a v j.T/ <
sup the included 017 adi, Committee resident's -
:bJ. urge been has them .
Delegates goals.' those ev > Z'
to need would they th -to \opehe being opportunities ? -

acquire to ind' goals pIo Job vtnet\of. 'tling'nerd! the for Y

em- higher for aim yotafijo the '51training', ,t\ acquire to groups
stimulating in 'r ectiv bee* could: minority f.of. ;youth) thl' stimulate a si kw

believed It whom riroolJ, 250 to campaigns:: ]local ,of, series
arras industrial 16 IroW J vited -hatianwlde DJC.A; / Washington ,

g aimng! x xSr O Y Spur to Efforts ty Commariity l Seeks : .Commitee# 'C" .-Bias (Ant


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Civil Senice Exams Slated, Begins evening New division SemesterThe of North- KOREAN ,

I School is '
western Senior High
iDade County Civil ,Service still acoepting registrations' from I Veterans
Examination for automotive persons, Interested i in furthering
THE MIAMI TIMES 'The People. New.paper"PACE
'1 will beheld their education. The class in iri-
equipment\ operator ( .
'on Monday, Feb. 3, 9 a.m., 2' SATURDAY JANUARY 25, 1958 come tax instruction which met USE
written examination will be held January $2 will continue on Jan\ NOW TO LEARN 'and

at Dade County Personnel Department , 29 and Feb., 5. .EARrl ,
,. 2600 W. Flagler St. Again many opportunities are .
Applications must be made in being made available to the general NEW CLASSES
person and 'will ,be accepted this Deltas Founders DayObsrUance public to obtain;skills, techniques NOW FORMINGJAN.
Week through Friday from 8 ajm. and specific phases of'information .
to 4:30: pan. The closing date ii ,., '
January 27, oon.Applicants Special courses will be admin "
Held.JSaturday istered to groups of twenty or Enroll 'now while there are '
must be male, 21-56;; : more in practically any subject if
have'eight years of formal schoolIng you ,make your 'wish known to elAM openings, ,
and one year full-time paid CLASSES MEET :
school officials ALL
experience. in the operation 'TO Jan. id, was'1be! initial A class in beginning\ Spanish is, i

automotive equipment; have a day of observance for aU Liberty..'TempleDaughter ' ., to start at the Frank L. Crawford In The EveningsYou
valid Florida Stats Chauffeur's' Deltas in the Miami area. Our.. .. Elementary School in Richmond
license,. and be a citizen of the Founders' Day rededication program .* Elks' Height on Feb. 3. A class in are entitled to :t. '
.United. States 'was assembled in the' 'palatial choral music. ;'!scheduled fOr this i dive full time government '
Library of George Washington ' Calendar. Ted ,'at the time training allowance "
The starting !is School ; same school same
salary, $244 a Carver Elementary that 'clubs and '
month and the maximum is $270. of which Soror.Frances S. Tucker The"-Daughter Elks' oil Liberty other It Is interested suggested groups plan to .-, while attending evening '
is the principal. 'i'ernple'No. 724 will entertain! : ctae i"
tht benefit from: .
Friday, Jan 24, is the closing gain some practical
,date for applications for clerk Soror Lugusta::Colston, our: most entire public. with a Calendar,Tea the evening: 'adult school offerings YOU MAY RECEIVE
Jan. 26, from 4 to 6
typist' II. Male or female front! gracious and competent president 'on Sunday, : especially in the area of enrichment. -
18-450'Who, are high school grads presided. The opening session was pm. at the Elks' Home on NW monthly In, t#
18th Tit affair will be un-
'with -a year "clerical experience> : most effective and timely for the ave. up to $$160 traInIng
usual. The 1 'will be Introduced
may apply.' The starting salary Is occasion. A very/warn and cheer.:, to the public,various; attractions ,A REAL BARGAIN 'allowanceREGISTER
$256 and the maximum $328. ful spirit was felt by .all present .
for every month 'iii the year.; e *utlful 'landscaped six lot*. A
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>i> i NOW
Sorer ,Cliffonla' Jackson ,Ross ,Much, enthusiasm is being showp largt charming home, fenced In
Miamians Cited' at was the chairman of the Founders by the daughters. wa.II"; tennis, court, barbecue pit
: Day Observance. Committee. Daughter, Ruler Mable Daniels I sprinkler system, 1133 NVy 66th .
'Air.i Base We would. like to thank her 'with held an ,officers' meeting last at, (
I the hejjp of her committee for week.Wednesday and made plans Cash pall for your Iota
A release from the 'office of 'information planning so dynamic a program for the first,quarter' in the year. BARON, JE, 8.1340 College
Charleston Air Force for us. The DeHalrer were ,again Her program and suggestionswere
Base, S-C' states that ,two Miam- at their( best and Soror Lona Shn- accepted. Among those (pres- PHONE FR -t587
ians: are :members of the 1608th ,mons presented "Do you Remember ent were vice, daughter ruler'' JABBERWOCKFcbritary
Food -Service Squadron 'at that Lest Forget. This was Constance Sandiland, assistant : 10 1958 265 N.W. 5th St;,
Wet ,
base. The outfit was recently ad- I enjoyed, because. we remi- daugh1er'ruler' Margaret Ben- .
Judged the best food service organization I nisced of our college days and' nett, chaplain; Dt. ,Clara BrQoks, Northwestern: Auditorium I
in ,the entire Air I the women that founded this financial secretary: Dt.SibylRoss,
Force for' 1956 and was awarded i wonderful ,sisterhood. Other participants trustee, Dt. '
the, First Hennesey, Trophy /were Sorors Genevieve secretary' Dt. Gladys Smith,
Bynoe, Jacqueline Crosby end, treasurer, Dt. Portia Bannister,
G Sgt. 'Dugene! A. Cole,' son of Fannie Thurston.. and Dt. Deputy Marie White
Mr add Mrs. Bernlce Fowler of ,Dt, Ruler Daniels- stated that
.'this city, joined the squadron in January is the, month Deltas she :will send a, letter to every ;IMPORTANT NOTICE !LM :
August 195$ and Airman First everywhere'rededicate; themselvesto member of the Temple! acquainting
Class Nevis'P. Bethel, son of Mrs. : virtues of them of the plans and pro-
Dorothy Bethel, 1332A NW 4tii this{ great, sorority. \ gram. for the next six months
aye:, 'joined that year in November -> She also :asked ,that a member- M NOW OPEN j
Both men are cited for "out favorite ship sent out to recruit : .
standing performance: 'of assiga4duties" women between the ages of .
which greatly assisted the was well represented, the' tables 18-3 who are of good health and r MIAMI'S GOODWILL THRIFT"SHOP
Squadron in' winning the award. were as.'picturesque as the flow are respected in the community, i
ers in spring.
to beccme'membeu.: .
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: I ,'- \ !At the close of the {meeting _ 0) '"

B. ,&. ', I P WomenSeasonal s A Musical r Tea The light daughters, refreshments.then asked were that served.'an OPERATED BY THOSE WHO ;

l Tea Sun, Floral Heights Elementary' urgent Tea request to 'sent to attend to the the daugh Calendar -. WANT TO HELP J

School Pareat-Teacher Association tars of,Antlers' and Greater Miami
The, Business and' PofessionalWomen's invites the public to a Musical :
'Temples, as well as the en- YOU SAVE MONEY
Club of :Murrell Branch Tea on Sunday1,.Jan. 26 at 4 tire, Elks'-,family.ELNORAN. ,
YWCA cordially invites the public p.m, to 6 p.m.;' in the school's
to attend its seasonal tea on cafeteria. .. .
Sunday, Jan. 26 4 to 6 p.m. at .
Dixie: Paris Auditorium, 340 NW Now you can buy choice used clothing

13th:\ st. A highly entertaining that has been
program has been planned. Fea- Elks Carnival ,Opens ,SUNDRIES donated to leading

tured, on the program will be 'Headquarters for charities from finest homes also '
in Grove your :
Miss ,Myrtle ,Jones, now appearing , ,MIAMI TIME8 If you live out . Ilarolean the Mary Storr''Elizabeth, outstanding Lounge, The Elks Big Carnival of RideS : Browruvllld way New Clothing Furni ure.- General
opened Tuesday night at the midway i WOMEN'S AND' MEN'S hOSE :*,
vocalist, The, Booker T, Washington ; Merchandise .
in Coconut Grove at"Thomas WE/SERVE I
School Chor4us
:Junior High .... '
Foremost Ice Cream
,;and Misses Joan Klnlard and Ave; and Douglas Road. All I
Virginia Bennie, who will render children of the Dade County area Phone NE 4.9441
piano and violin duets throughout are invited to come out for aet Over MEN'S WOMEN'S ,
the program. The latter two barrell of clean fun. Plenty 4338 N.W. 27th Ave. 800
ladles< are members of" Miami's rides. Conducted under the' aus'pJJces. Work Shirts MEN'k
Central meA:,, You can't afford of Atlas Lodge" 'No.. 308 J., FINCHER, M0r. LADIES'DRESSES '
to'mis9.. this program., IBPOEW indf,;,
t - From 19c; up 49c ,
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.: MEN'S
: LADIES'Skirts
of Pleasure Visit'The' L Suits Cribs
For antEvening+* 'I Slacks Mirrors 1

Sport, Coati From Cheats 1
WfeWWW* '4 wSl h* OvercoatsShirts 25c Drewer

: BElt JIU1)I-) I Big Selection Refrigerators :

Slip Crib Pad Dishes :
Blouses Crib Sheets

_ 'i 930JJ.W. 2nd Avenue Opposite Ritz Theatre i $5 v,*, SweatersBrasslares' Baby Underwear BonneU ".Books Pots c J

1" Panties PajamttOveralls'<

S WE HAVE MANY CHARMING: PRETTY ,GIRLS I l l L_Ladies'' Suits -. - -Fabric-- ;

I; :: Who Will'be Glad Pa'nce' With You. ', g p,. NEW MERCHANDISE DAILY .

I You'll Find What, You Want
5' ,
I ) L ., ,. ; .* At Low Prices ,
t I
) t 1 .. ... .. ISomething I.e r 7 .' '
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!; \ .. OPEN DAILY 9 to S30 :.
New in the South f6r Your Pleasure
ei FRIDAY 9 to 9:00
fA ,. go SUNDAY 9 td 4:30:

_ I L '' > ATMOSPHERE' r *g>4! t Super Thrift Center ;

: Open Nitely1 From 8 p.m. Until? J Jr .
; i JQp ,

'' ?.? Additional Attractive Hotes 'Wu'ted. .. Call After 58 pan AilMUWAi 27 ff.W. 5A St. OFF M' VMI AVENUE 7



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Daughter Elks' Religious )Night .I SATURDAY" ,,.JANUARY..-,.... ,25' 1958 -- PAGE I .

,' ay. ui. IjoUNI\ DAVIS vise Individuals about their rights
Social Security
'r"?" I and obligations under the Sodal
The I
t Daughter Elks of Greater
Security Art They suggestthe '
' y.I I I': jMiaml Temple No. ?69 has marked Invites You .,proper course of action"1 'person :
calendar for Wednesday, :
may take to insure his presenixor
Feb. 12 to hold their spiritual UTr __ out ;get in touch withus
claims to social
,emphasis' night. The meeting will andfade that social security insurance payments security' .,. .
I be conducted by Dt. MaUie Hunner question mat has been bothering \
\I and the Rev. I., C. Middns. tis I IM you." That was the invitation .,
:AH members are urged to be a made today by Edward P. Blon-
I present and on time. Dt .Hunter son, manager of the Miami So.
... > States that several minutes will dal Security District office at 234
Abe alloted for brief testimonies* NE 79th st. la Miami.
; At the Sam time Mr. Blonston
,\;: ; The daughters of Greater Miami b'' suggested that "you take your
consider this meeting the Federal tax questions to 'the Internal -
i ? (greatest,of any held within their 'Revenue Service." I
;terncr>le. The slogan. is ''Tor Spiritual Since the collection of taxes;

... Living." Including social security taxes,. is
primarily a function of the internal '
Arthur King !will sing "It Pays Revenue Service that
'to Serve Jesus" Several daughtersstate
agency has 'the responsibility Of
/ that this meeting always furnishing all taxpayers 7 with 'the
]has a great.effect on their lives '
; tax forms and instruc- ge
;.spiritually something,,they need to 4i-, ,>.:" '" ., '. tions on how to report, Mr. Blonston Jelt;
feast on for days and months ,
;'$I>: : .::. 'ti. pointed out. In his invitation -
come' : ,:/ ::.tA to "ask ,that social security THE MILDER BOURDON \"
is:: '" Dt. Lula Mae Yancey kas been question that has been botheringyou lUnludii Stnlght Bourtw" Whltkty 6 Yn.Old')
,. reported ill. Her temple wishes for I The officers. and members of. Liberty'Temple No, I ," ''Mr. 'Blonston stated that M Agt DIaL Co,frankfort,Kyj
i f .. v her a sjpeedy recovery. Dt. Hester 724 cordially invite the public to their Calendar Tea Sun- social security district offices ad. : I

\ Rivers is' quite busy serving and ,day, January 26, 4 o'clock at the Elks' Rom 6526 NW. I
delivering dinners for her church, 18th ave. '
Mt. Tabor Baptist. We regret to .

announce that Dt: Maggie :Wil- Standing: Dts. Cleora Brooks, chaplain; ,Gladys
was called to Jacksonville Smith recording secretary Frances Turner orgpmist ..
because of the passing of her ; ,. ;
brother Our sympathy is extend. 'Portia Bannister, treasurer.; '" I ,

ed to her. Dt. Florine Brown, the Seated t Dts. Constance Sandiland, vice Dt. Ruler.; tttl:

recording secretary' of, the templeIs M ble I. Daniels, Dt. Ruler and Margaret Benne e, assistant .
A. M + o. .Iti.MI"
eexpectfng a visit from the Dt. Ruler -
stork very soon. .

The. temple would like to see -
M Dt Nellie GravesDt..Annie Stirrup I ; I ,

and Dh, Virginia Ferguson Eastern Star Day isBig hH
Dt. Mary Felder has donated $5 :. J' "
,* as a gift to her temple. Dt. I d a i i
Mae Fuller' is getting ready to '' .
"Night ; ( 11
sponsor .Montecar- Success r
, lo at her,:home '7152*,.NW: :"lJjfc: et $ ; : I t (r

This Is an annual' affair and quite _.:- 'l I I ,; Ii I Ii j I
\ a large sum Is realized fropi; :.this 'I' / ,.cIi
'-0 ', effort always; : Dt'Fulref; a" one The 'Worthy Matrons'and Past I' :t 4 1 I"' r11"! ,":' bis

hundred per cent Dt."EIk., Matrons' Council thank the many dent and state grand DD. at large; '. "' I'' lit
a $
Rev. T. A. Rolle, O. P? Sister .L '
All daughters are urged to attend Matrons' ,and,Patrons ladies of t J
Viola mil, grand State DJ3.;; ,Bro.L. .' .. I .
the calendar tea of Liberty Eastern, Staf, and the entire,Masonic = G., Bodle,, P.D.; Sister. Laura; ;.
temple No724 Dt.. Elks on Sun- family who' made Eastern Adger, W.M4 Sitter Virginia Fox? :I j t .
1 day. Jan. 2$,This will be a beau Star' Day 'a banner day., long"'to WJ4M Sister'BUen:Taylor, ,W. M-;; t l "
. \ tiful and talented affair' be remembered Sister Ethel Curry' WJM. and > t } iVOfl4Ere; H 1 ,

r Dt. Olivia Rogers, that great Kindly, generous thoughts from secrc'ary: of ,the Council.: I f' I
I f financier of her temple, is calling each one of us Is the first step to, We wish a happy and' Prpsper- ,
; for a printed: calendar of every, ward! righteous world. So many ous Nw Year to all. \ '
: i-. &'project for' 19M ,Will. we,do' itt, stars in the infinite space, so Sis. Mable i Bode, W.M.(, Rep. ..
'i Of course Dt Rogers!,, many "Wordt''In the'light of God's
; ,
h " ,',I'''',' ''',' I .
/. Matte I.sure, daughters, that you face, so' many creeds,, like the, I .
i, pay your fine and,taxes. It won't /tweeds In,the4'sod, id many temples
take lone to ,awe $9,09 then you but only one God. May God dwell WE PAY ,CASH
\ are out of benefit..Sot corns to the in the garden of our Star. .
meeting and!, ,,and .
pay up ) remember FOR YOUR LOTS
'Many thanks 4o ReV E. T. .
I' when you don't come out
I Graham pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist .
there is no sick dues, and when
( Church the and a.
,1 you are ill,please notify no one members. Your service officer'will longbe' UNion 5. ,OI7 ..
else but, Dt JHester. Rivers who ARE YOU INTHE ,
remembered by the Stars.
Is the chairman of sickness and '
). distress.. Sister Hattie pottage, presi.e 0 UNion 5.2494 REGISTERi' ) I:

: ; ,MR. FREDERICK y *

i i (Directory' club, organizations'f; buslne'sesand

institution in ,Miami and Surburbs)
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February 10,. 1958* B- 3'2l 4-4170 r
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Northwestern Auditorium .1 a

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"t. ,: Happy birthday was njoye'dby many youngsters at I'. '

,: .. : the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl J, Edwards for their son, Proud J 7l'resents, '

.'1 1 Cliff Pony Baker riding Edwards.was the main attraction.for his many DON STRACHAN., . 'Q .

.x guests. Thanks fojiis little friends for so many lovelygifts.. And hiss VoodooDancer."c from Hollywood, Cal.

VANILLA U,1AMSoUc, Dancer, -. Yoif must

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J.' JOHNNY AND MARSHA Bock V Roll Recording' ''
Stars '
STAR GIL NELSON New romantic singing sensation

) Admission t Thur., Fri., Sat. and Sun. 50 Cents '

Open House-Mon., Tues. and Wed. Admission FREE
\l 1520 N.W.', 62nd Street TABLES ALWAYS, FREE

0 how! Times: 10:30 p.m. A 1 a.m. Tu.. Thru frl. )<

ft THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE Sat. a show*-10JO p.m. 1 a.m. and a a.m. !:

Music By Fine Foods ,and ,Beverages: ,at Popular 'Price
We cater to private parties wedding parties

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rTTTTTTT" Hollywood (ANP! ) Doote
Recording Co. of California has
43 YEARS IN, THE CLASSROOM Newell is head of the. Immokaleemigrants' launched a nationwide talent

Is committee. He says search for singers, combos, songwriters
Fortythree'year. a longtime lard, salt pork bacon and other musicians. The firm
1'11111"0. KT HO YIITk t* IV BUM to spend In* the classroom, meats much needed. and
"...... TIM. AN C.....* Lad W. AN t C...**. With .." but that IS the record of Mrs. is the largest Negro owned and 1
Anderson boasts. operated business of its kind In
Annie Jackson Down at Homestead migrant
out. .l till If.W. ThlM a...... XUml, :ttorM*-Tl'phB. VB SSIMM Mrs. Anderson retired from the workers are also dEU'endInlar.te-. the west. --; I

neat t1N.. W. Itt ATM..-TU.fc... Ft .-.... faculty of the Bite Park Ele- ly on food supplied by the gov In the !past Doote's top executive -
mentary School on Jan. 24. She ernment. This include !flour rice, Dootsie Williams has dis-
..(.r... .. ....Ml IaN .....,. wit t. 1MT. at the Feet Mb a1I1rd. / has Mvoitked in the Dade School dried milk lima beans and covered such hit makers as the
nrM witr UM ..* *f Ur h I. SITS System for a period oi 25 years. cheese. These folk could also use I
..., ... .. ___... Penguins, Calvanes, Madofwlarks, p
/b.. W.t. .er .MWaen A1 She began her teaching career Jn lard meat !bacon and salt pork. Don Julian'' and others.. Most of .
... .. .. ..
1erbeR .r A..eIat.4 Pr. Palatka, Putnam County them were 'totally unknowns.
Mrs. Anderson lives with her Virginia has lost its fight to whose hit tune
The Penguins
n. .. szaisSlvatn a.."... JUUUrAABTH
husband at 15700 NW 157th st. rd. require the NlAiAGP to registerand
,O, ...T", .....f.t. ....." MdCMCBimOlt ........ ......... disclose: its membership lists. "Earth Angel" skyrocketed them
to international fame were students -
Last Sunday night at Hastings The laws were ruled unconstitu-' at Fremont high school in
BATB9I0KB fire destroyed a home when kerosene tional. Two of the three Judges Los Angeles when Williams spotted v
TBAB ....* IIX MONTHS .*.*. 'THBBB MOKTBI ".M was poured on fire in a made the decision. Judge MorrisA. them. ,
stove: Six persons lest their lives, Soper and Judge Walter Hofl-
"OBBDO or THB'HKQBO PBKS8"TRB three adults and three children. man. Judge Sterling Hutchersonof An accomplished: musician him ',,

"NBOBO, FBBBB-lwltovee the "'aetrtea. era ... U4 the verl The owner was a farmer. Richmond 'dissented, In part. self and former ,bandleader, Williams
fee* ,...... Sri ..ll.Bl Mt.* wh. It ."terte .. every ..e. n.erd- 1The r is alsoa song writer and .
.... et ...., eel.r. .r ..... hie ._ ea< legal rishte. Katie N seen, rM' Cerebral Palsy Telethon on composer. During the year he
toy as eiM-.h. Veer. Free ""... te help every .*. .8 the "a belill -..* Sunday went over with a bang COMMITTEEContinued plans to visit key sections of the

.. ... ere burl .e l... ee .are.e U held ...k. making. a record contrfbctlon of country to audition talent. Meanti ti
over 300000. Dade County does from page 1 while he (invites vocalists, combos
things In a big, big way. song groups and otters to
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK munity "has the faintest idea of contact his offices at 9512 Central
The Indians and the KKK met the vast variety of jobs that are Ave., in Los,Angeles and outline

The belt prophet of the future is the past- -Byron when the KKK(was about to burna held by members of his own their abilities.
cross in Lumberfeon N.C. in race or of the much greater variety -
Indian territory. This KKK rally of .jobs that can be held if

r was to have been a warning to training Is required." "

MAYOR HIGH' VS. NUMBERS the Indians, it Is'said, againstrace In the eleven months sine the I. NOTICE '
'" mixing. The leader is the Youth Training-Incentive Con-
Miami's new mayor, Robert High has squared off in Rev. James Cole. Well the Indians ference the Committee has work- The wedding. reception of Mr.

battle against number selling in Miami. The mayor has were ready for any evan- ed with leaders of business edu- and Mrs. Arthur Farrington will
a His opponent is tough but the tuality. They raised cain put the cation and labor, and with leadersOf take place on January 26 at their
tackled major problem. ,
PJ enemy to flight with shot guns pdblic and home, 805 NW 69th street from
_ private'social
mayor has succeeded in landing a few good punches, and and captured much,booty.. agencies concerned with the elim.inatlon 6 p.m. until ,4 a.m. ,.
piling up points( \ _in the early rounds How many rounds this Nojw the Rev. Cole might find of discrimination in em-- ...

battle will go remains to be seen. ....4.1 .#" himself others. indicted along with some Association! .both the National .. .
for the Ad-
Last Friday Mayor High, somewhat disguised, accompanied SDon't vancement of Colored People r Opportunity ForBetterment ?'

by Miami Herald reporters and photographers, left forget just a few days and theNational Urban League, '
of laces'selling number.ticketS. At one to file your alien registration to stimulate your Incentive pro Y,
made\ checkup card January 31 is the*dead- .
of them the. Midget Grocery, fc364 NW 62nd street he in- line. g'r ). "
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number 33. lost his the win _* I., The . .
vested 40 cents on He money,. Minority Community Re -- -

ning digit turned ,to be number 10. But the mayor won in ed Too bad! .Five people were kill- Sources Conference wast&lled to Investor utlnew Men f'

his moral battle as he reported to the law enforcement on Wednesday when a car broaden community support for Speculators
pulled out and tried the Committee's
to \ Those .
pass an- programs.
department that; he had purchased the tickets from Clinton other on .the Tamiami Trail east invited Included key leaders of (Alto Real Estate Broken '

Broadhurst, clerk of, the grocery store. This store is of Naples.. The accident took individual communities and 'of 1 Invited) '

_ in the county .........1.. ; ..: -......: I" I place at 2 pm.( Drive carefully 'national organizations which are I .,
live longer, important among members of mi- s .
On Monday State Attorney Richard Gerstein ,filed nority ,groups but who previously
Ocean frontage 200 ft, for hotelor
charges against' xadhurst. Round No. 2 for the mayor.As Glad to hear the strike situa- had Speakers not been at asked the conference vto?' assist motel or apartment Choice -
included I
tion in Nassau, Bahamas might property. on the Eat Coact. of' ,
this written that the Grand Vice President Nixon ..
is being reports are be settled very soon. Committee ; Florida,.... bt'tween. Dtlray. and 7
Jury will be turning. attention to numbers operations' ..,,. .Roosevelt of New York John City A.; Palm B.a.h, desirable aroa.. Alto ,

___ Greater. Miami. James H. Kindelberger, chairman 20 home ltM, private street All
IIt's In Charleston S: C. four .white North American Aviation Cor- Improvements private beach
time ,to be purchasing gambling stamps. So far 13 men said to/be members of the poration; A. J. Hayes president, rights. Entire trait. Including ,\h''
have been purchased and'the' iwimes published. KKK have been convicted for International Association of Ma- ocean frontage, can'h purchasedor

flogging a Negro. The Jury was chinist, AFL-CIO; Dr. Omer Car- will soil separately. Writ for
This stamp for gambling still puzzles our weak aU"'White.-Amen. michael, superintendent of location map; and for appoint

brain ; one department of our government'licenses gamb- Sch&ols. .Louisville and Secretary ment P.O. Box 2535. Pompano

lers. Another part of our government.prosecutes the licensed 'of Labor James. P. Mitchell, vice Beach, Fla.' -

gamblers. Coconut Grove will be treated chairman of the committee.

to a new incinerator costing t r

$1,325,000. It will be located at .' ,
_ J j.. corner of Washington Ave. eOV" ---- l'
\ and Jefferson St. The ' I, ,,
city commission '
On Wednesday' .an Indian Judge, Lacy Manor, gavea made' this decision on :v,. \ ,,, a.' >..' .. tt

klansman convicted of carrying a concealed weapon and Wednesday. t f ,,1 I I . ,-: .
of public drunkcness a leoture'that( should be long remembered \. .: ;" .

by all who follow) the KKK ideology. '. I;, I'I'M
At the Miami Beach Auditorium I

wild the judge: Wednesday night Holly Minn .'
fought Bobby Boyd to a drafvr. I.
'"You came into a community where there is a happy, (Mints floored Boyd in'the eitghth, <: :

contented 'people who frown on violence. round, but that did: not give him .
the victory.The .

"You came with a gun. Obviously you did not bring score went like this: Referee :
Eddie Coachman .. < ":
[goodwill. and Eddie ':;: .
Thai saw the fight as being even. \ I .. ,!j'

"Our people (Ind&ns) can't understand < why :you Judge Barry Pearbnan had Boyd in Richmond \ : ;,; .
the W 96-T4 Heights : :
points. The \ "
and bring
would want to come among a happy people Miami Held gave Boyd 94 and ,
nd create discord. Mires 07.Good ) k.I +'or'
: .
'''Yo lave helped to brfeig about nationwide adver- -- -+ f : :1'

isement to a people who do not want that kind of adver- fresh water \ . ,. . t
iaement-who only want ,to create a community that this week;' Among those reported : ..', 1.\ .I..', ,'I 'U

ould be an asset to our nation. talking to us were Willie Littles, .; ':'. '.:.t. . t .
Dennis Smith who went the .
'If your organization had something worthwhile to canal, and James Strachan and .Y 'idl, f. 1
for us we would be happy to have you. But the history Cyrus Jollivette who went dqwn .' :: y

your organization proves that'll f. has nothing i to offer" ,of the breams trail. Plenty they say of; Tell bass us, plenty about Mass will be offered every 7

:Klansman James Garland was fined $60 and given :your good catches, bad ones too,
'If you like. It's been rather Sunday in the I '
60-day suspended sentence. The Indian judge could for salt water fishing/ windy_ cafetorium of y ; '

jive, given him two years.

-=-r. Frank C. Martin School ; ;; .

THE LORD'S DAY, .Looks like we will get. the Mi- . .. 't:
ami, Stadium.. '
Your. Browser at 9:00
We had a very friendly chat with one of our readers !hopes so. Keep the Marlins In a.m. );

9'week who dallied our attention to the Editorial'in last ;Miami, 'we want them. We want .. .,.
the stadium .'i
k'. Issue of The Miami Times He pointed out that 1 to even more. Congratulations "

'urday'Wlas the Jewish Sabbath and that we suggestedt Shivers and Commissioner his fellow commis Otis Eueryone Welcome : "1.

\ people could purchase necessities on Saturday stoners. Hope they make this deal . \
We realize this fact; however, if those who believe ''I

turday, keep that day holy it's all'1'fght but'give I ', 'I ,. .. ., .
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The \ !II. '
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government Is . ... .
sending . ,
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of the days to the Lord, and we have no argument. much needed food ". / ,.1". .. ;:t J. ,
supplies .
to \ 1'1' .
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tmmokalee i .
where 2,000 ..., ., ,' . > ,'" .
migrant : > '
Most Christians do keep Sunday, the Day of the Res-workers' were stranded .... t r \ 't .
by the '
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jetlon, as the, '.'1..Lord's.. Day. ,'. failure of cr 'ps. The Rev. David .J-. . .: J)\ .% i"'.(' '.
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By DAVE (Miyftwlng: ) BONDU! .
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Here is a poem'by Nathaniel owner of the S. and,T. Meat Co.
Scott, entitled "Time:" I the Mary Elisabeth Restaurantand
Time! A wasted, borrowed and the Flanoloco Restaurant of
beloved thing. the Sir Join Hotel, Herb, as
And time motivates, despair,,, joy everyone )knew Mazy passed In the
and pain, iittis of another good'friend, Bud
How it travels, with the quick' Ward, from a heart attack, on
ness of thought Monday Jan., 30u Heft has only
And yet, it's a tiling that cannotbe been in our area for a short time'
bought.. but had gained, the respect and.
Think! yes think! But live not friendship of All who meLhim. He
for times to come. has taken it Upon himself to.'
Harvest, reap and praIse this day help a lot of folk, like Flip Wilson -
as the only one. Richard "Ricco": Sauoders.
---- Bud Dave
Ward Bondu and
week the,' loads of other folk. Many times I
tires were cut on' have seen Juan dig into his pocket :
Cab Ctflloway'sj I and help mcvneK and there
Car, Steve Gibes were' times when he gave a mealto
son's bus and! anyone who :was&hozt' at the
another guest moment . Jait :with the wave
the hotel. i F I of his hand. ),fro Schull is survivedby
are hoping < i his wile, two fine boys .(one
have the 1nl! Is one Miami Beach's champion
soon, and I I tennis player) and a lovely little
police are 1 daughter. From the end of our
patrol every pens, our deepest sympathy goes
now to the family of this fine man
from Dave and Mayroe Bondu
PRETTY GIRL OF the week: and sons. 'The Bud Wards Amos
Audrey (you ought to be ashamed J Jenkins the wbqle staff and man-
) June. Policeman of the week! agement of the Sir John Hotel
: L Bowen . Jay Weiss, Kingpin !: and the Mary Elizabeth Hotel
p of Tiny's Liquors, has taken Dan Boland, the William Kim-
., ____ possession of the 535 club. Jay, bros and ,hundreds of other
at one time, owned the Club Cal- 'riends.' ,And in, She
vert and brought big name acts to friends.. , .
the area . .> Mattie Cooper, long
time ornployee of the Sir John And in the meantime ,. Live
Hotel, has been reported to be in Life, Every Golden Minute of It.
:1 the hospital. Get well, baby, we I
rtP' miss you , Hear Ye. Clubs and
organizations: The Fiesta Room is
Shown above is the float from now available for dances, dinners, J. B. SMITH
Cox's Kindergarten entered in teas and other affairs. You maycont'act
the Orange Blossom Classic Pa- me for details at Fltank- ELECTRICSERVICE:
rade. Participants: were 1957 and 1r tin 4-8105 . Starting at 3 a.m. .
'58 calandar King and Queen, this Saturday morning there's
Master Jasper Moore 'Jr. and gonna be a jam session, at the
Little Miss, Aretha Bridge Mary Elizabeth' Hotel until tho Electric Contractor
Alumni wee hours of tho morning. Kick-
: Michael Doby, Phyllis
Joe ing off the session will be Myrtle HOUSEWWING
Wheatley: Carey, Douglas
Jones and her trio and brother
Ernest Wilson, Dunbar; Bobby "Doa't cw Call at"
no telling might pop
Baron Phyllis Wheatley; Patricia ,
Ann Inman, Lamont Norwood I in. Come, PHONE: HE 83058ft..t

and Lorenzo Billings, Dunbar or Day
Seated en top of the shoe Is good. friend' , Herb Schull, I
our lively fUcn, Little Ryirttte
Richardson of Miami.: Dressed in : 3 y Nn ,'.
a' beautiful ,pink gown, she was in t
high spirit from the beginning to In Fine I :
the'end of the parade. The queen WhislteyFLEISCHMAMS
and her attendants, Little Carolyn -
Sharpe and Jacqueline Wilcox
had dinner at the beautiful Sir
John Schenley: Hotel+
Others on the float are Nathaniel '

ald, Willie White Mae, Ehunette Brown, McDon-Jaunda IS THE BUY

Faye King Zddie!: Brown andS a .
Patricia Ilines. Standing are Bertram "
\ Belford Tyran Troy and PF .; fstt;
Mrs B. E. Cox, supervisor.

Personnel and children not . __ ___ mm_ -
shown are Jacqueline Wilcox,
personnel to the kinder everyone who helped make it ,
are Mrs. Cum ''Brown, possible for them to participate
Ivey teachers, Miss in the 29th annual Orange Blossom -
Scanes,' dietician. Classic.

parents and teachers of Mrs. Ernestine Stqphen is PTA pAl
Kindergarten wish to thank president. ,

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JAMES' i I we .
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N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 .

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Cards 10* to $ .00 'Hat? and full cottonndk.rchl.f y .
I J4f to 4.f luc ,"?,., -.-................... 1'M aasA..Fe 3
) Panties .._.___......, 35* pr. r +
t"W gifts 25* to $1X10 Nylon, Hose m.............. 79< pr.'
sets _._, 1.98 bx. Dr... Materials .... 35* yd.

..,. pots fila****,, pitchers, ,knives, spoons, fork., plastic ,$4.62 4(5( Qt.
.., curtain, rods, window shades, shelf paper oilcloth,
., pillows, sheets, c.*.., wastebaskets, children's, ,
I ..' socks, ribbons, boys socks, underwear, pants, tee ehlrtsj;
I '. ,socks, underwear, c metlc., hair -greases, hair" pieces, 90 PROOF 1s WIlY!

I ., needled threads, zippers, buttons earring, flowers for.
.. and''hair, Only F1c clurwm',baJ mor iOPsaaf-a

s I ... "KEYS MADE WHILE YOU WAIT' with ail other IcadJoe: Mends. They are 00)7 M Proof.'
Fkbchmana's Proof means more nany-nume enjoyment
''Simplicity, ) patterns Money Orders, Sold Every Day -more satisfaction. And-Fkischmanirt sacprWng mfldMM -

Thru FrU 7:45 fit, 9> 7V n m,- at. till ':10..p.m. and exceptional ochDesa tell you UMtyotfre Betting
1, Closed Sunday' the highest qualify in every bottle.That's*fay Fttacfemm's .
: : offcn you so much more than, any Ustey fct Arm I

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HUE MIAMI TIMES..'... Tmrp1etf Newspaper" Some HousewivesNot cia Security Administration. To ,.
obtain the proper forms and Information -
PACE 6 SATURDAY: WARY 25, 195S Reporting about ttrocedufe to Et eT I ICleanars
make such a report, the employer
Wages of Maids should write the local Internal a1JLairdry
dettirng I
Revenue office. Employers -

The Miami (North), social security additional information about '
Born office this week I the coverage of their domestic "
Infants Gt reportedthat Fbtr quality and1 ,
\ under social security
some housewives are not employees ,C urt8ouIvICe- I. '
reporting the wages of their may obtain information by writing -

household domestic help( under to the Miami (North) Social Alteration done onPremises I
Christian social security as required by law. !
Hospital Security office at 234 NE 7SUi
According to Edward P. Blon-

ston, manager of the Miami St. 1125 >N'eoW' : 3'd Av'. I fIn
N CGBCHUBEBZ 1957 (North) District office, certain '
; ; I applicants for social security front of; Modern Theatre.

1 Roberta CaldwcU Howard.1K3A NW,5thave,, boy benefits, based on domestic workin JOIN THE NAACP! ,
I 08 Barbara Taylor Brooks
NW 3rd swe., rid private households, are finding .
1001 NW 62nd st. 15
apt. girl
2 Vornloe Bridges Rctmdtree that their employers have failed
lisa NW Sth court, .Ctrl. 29 Helen Braddy Hayes, to record their cash wages with
0-Bcssie Jett Henry, 1329 NW ,2770 NW' 43rd terr., apt. 3, boy. the Social Security Administration. :
29 Vernie Lee Jones 16220
1st place apt. 4,1 oy. Furnished Apartments
21st ave., boy.
2-Geneva Lowe Ollisam. 2320
Nearly all domestic employeesare
29 Olivia Thompson Jones
NW IStth st, girl
now covered by social se-
145411 Hometsead Perrine
-Rosette Simpson Ro.sar. 1727 ave., curity. Mr. Blonston pointed out AS LOW AS
NW tilt court, ajpt. A, girL boy.SO
Carver that the, legal requirement to report
Gladys Dingle ,
5 Lola Davis Cross, 6301
217 NW the wages of household em- $19.95 wee'iLIGHTS
15th st. 9
apt. girl.
NW 12th aYe.. apt. 7, boy. 29 Hunter 355V& ployees and to remit the 'social per
Ruthena ,
5 Maude Saunders Mills
tax on those wages rests directly
tZOEt NW If th court girL NW 14th terr., boy. '
30 Pettye Hyler RAaves, 1067 upon the employer. The employer GAS & WATER' INCLUDED
ft Lois Palmore'Balky, 1733 ,NW' 65th st who fails to meet his or her
NW 3rd: court, apt 1, girL male. Select Your Which
30 Kay Oxandine Johnson, responsibility to do this is liable Own Brand New Furniture
g Gertis Williams Simmons for the delinquent ta.xes on these .
153 NW .
6th St. 11
apt. girl.
1440 Tyler St, girL / wages, plus a penalty for failureto Becomes Yours S
1 r- Elouise Bain Harrington, I report at"the proper time.

1410 NW 4th !am, boy.: :Asks; Legion Head to. Mr. Blonston said the precedureto Unfurnished $14 week
DuPree McCants
t Clara report domestic employees in Apis.
MIA NW ,13th it. boy. Define Racial I farm[ households on farms operated -
6 Norma Jean Lee 1606 -
for profit is different from reportin3 .
NW 1st court: ; girl; AgitationThe domestic workers in urban -
9 Bernice Myers areas. The farmemployers .
222 NW 66th st, girl ,
National Commander of must report the wages of any
3 Mary Borier Livingston, such who, worked for the BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY
32* NW 22nd St., boy American Legion, John _S. person
farm household, and was paid) .
Williams Gleason Jr., was last week askedto
Myrtis Major of least cash in the
420 NW 10th St., apt.. 32. define "racial agitation" and wages 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 3-8416
calender or who worked in
'12 Rossic Owens Thompson, to put the Legion in the fight year
the farm household on 20 or more
441 NW I5th'it, apt 1, Kill for Civil Rights.In .
days cash pay on a time
13 Mae Alexander 'Myles, a letter to the Legion head, basis. This report must be madeto
1150 NW 67th st.
John D. Silvera, New York veterans' the. Director of Internal Rev-
12 Mae Bethea Mack 2231 '
leader, himself an AmerIcan enue before Jan. 31, 1958. Farm
NW 71il st, girl
employers report their domestic
Legion Past Commander
13 Sarah Summers Butler ,
help once a year along with any SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
1622 NW 5th,place, girl. stated that the suspension of a
I Jackson, Miss. Legion post for other farm help they may have.
14 Catherine Butler Boynton I PSYCHIC READER
10115 SW 170th ten., girl. so-called racial saltation had Where domestic work is per-
14 v- Ethel Loo Stewart, 439 caused "grave concern among formed in on-darm homes, the
NW 2 15 Bernadette Turner Johnson report of the employee's wages at
6201 NW 17thave, apt. 104, Silvers., World War II veteran the end of each calendar quarter.
boor. .end currently an active member That is,. in April, July, October
15 T-- Eugenia Alice Speights, of the Arm, Reserve Pro- l nd January. Every quarter in''
C02 tnV,5thave., bay.It ram a''*o akqd the National which a non-farm domestic is paid
Christine Grant Stewart, Commander to ban (further use of $50 or more cash wages, the
4420 NW 33rd ave. &rl Lesion Halls by White Citizens wages must be' reported, the fol-
16 Nancy Young Burke, 240 Counclls. He stated that resis- lowing quarter. Along'with the .
NW 21st ct, apt., 8, boy tance to the Simreme Court de- 414 percent social security tax on WM
IS Ernestine Richardson cree on Integration was as un- those wades the employers is exported -'

push. 430 NW 17th st, apt. 12, American as the Communist to deduct one half of this
.cirL party itself. ((2% percent) from the worker'spay

20 Mildred Harris Butler, and to add tin equal amountas
5909 SW 63rd st. boy. Capt. Silvers, in a clarifying her share of the total tax ;
20 Mary Williams Johnson, statement concerning a future Quarters in which less Ulan $50 --
153 NW 6th st., girt course to be taken by Negro cash are paid to a household em-
21 '- Bonzola McPherson veterans pointed out that a mass ployee are not reported' end no ,
IYMS. 5S2 NW 20th st, girL withdrawal or economic boycottof tax is due. Let my years of Experience>> guide and protect you through Life
24 -1 Bonnie New-holds Stirrup, the Legion by Negroes the National would Mr. ,mons ton, pointed out that a. a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
"seriously affect
poi ,RW 8th arc., girL tax reports of wages are alwaysmide
Treasury. He estimated that over WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU 8EE ME
25 Clarissa Sadkey Nixon, to the District Director*ofImernal
,1329 NW 1st place 1 ;t. I, boy. 30,000 annual Negro dues, veteranswere to the National paying Revenue. In no case For Success In Business And Love

28 Barbara Ross Murphy; 2140. office. should they be made to the ,So \ CONSULT HERO -
1 NW Kh. sve, fcpy.2S \
- - - You can now have home made
ZSbertha Shnpkina. BareBOSH. - - - your happy
- - - -
3358 NW Slst st, girL 0 Get and Hold the position you so long; wanted _

2* Minnie Johnson Penny It's never too late to have your 0 Don't Stay' in the nat get out now

axnoav S42 NW 8th st, apt. 13. .. 0 ,By the help of God she can help you
gir L .
2* Betty Jean 'Nathan, IMS GRADUATION PHOTO Made_ Remove,evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
-NW tad court, apt 8, girl troubleIt
3* Lottie Griffin ZHO NW63rd
Cap and Gown Furnished. Also tassel with your
sot.boy. will pay you to call and MO this Gifted Medium First.
2C Annette Jones, 3119 NW44th
si, WrL school's colors I Whore thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can

29 Angelean Eiaxayette IVndersaa be touched by this strangt mysterious; power

1223 NW 71st st, girL eProm WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
,23 Ida Lane Maddox, 2432 '
NW SCth at.. girl. same God who delivered Mows and the children of Israelof ,

+ 29 -Dotothy Slcxnwn, 217 NW Backdrop Available for Prom Photos old Is still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe

IStk st. girl troubled seas of life Let not him that la blind 'lead you or
2* Hazel Lane Mathis. 1391 you stumble with him. '

Johnson of Miami :
,Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot see


If you happen to .te leak, 0. 1182 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR ,1.9541 What do you think ,of th, 'Invisible waves end sounds that make

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Call i. e, don't watt utl$
.4xt week. \ - - --: A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark

earth womb of Nature. THERE .
Wfccn next week roll .r or IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"

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By RUTH PERRY I publishers Qf some of the nation's I I THE MIAMI TMES-"Tbs People*'""'""

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\, - - - In a two-day trade SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 198S
fThose Southern :ballots I've tJ.claM ar e right in their: think I here last weekend to discuss publishing -
!been talking .about in the past, ing John B. Orr Jr., ,has broken problems 'and round out I
.and:most .especially those,Florida. the ice and there is nq questionbut I plans for their annual June con- Rainbow Tea
I vention tb be held In Philadel Dr. Sweeting .
\ ballots, are ,going to bear more that in the future more progressive -*
,And more watching fromnow. on. Florida legislators will phiL The Idle Hour Art X3u*> presents -

,Join him. William O. Walker, publisher of Appeals for r, 'a musical program at their
YOUR VOTE WILL TELL' the Cleveland Call and Post and annual Rainbow Tea, Sunday
PEOPLE Workers' Jars 5:00 'to 7:00'pan at 1744
THE STORY president of the National Newspaper Migrant 98.
Publishers vocation, was NW 3rd av, upstairs.
Increasingly in the Southern *
states, votes,and .returns ,of,those If Pepper runs for the U. S. chairman of the meeting.A Dr. H. Sweeting, owner of the You are invited. :
Senate against Spessard Holland, Sweeting Estate, 2143 .NW 4th st. Florence Allen. ,president
'.votes at election time ,will be I
number of the editors and Birdie Neal secretary
and if a strong segregationist I Fort Laudefdale, founder of the
closely ,scrutinized, not only by candidate opposes John B. Orr publishers were among the WO Sweeting's foundation' fund. and .
white politicians, ,but by Negro or more civic, fraternal, businessand -
Jr., what could happen Holland religious leader, is asking everyone -
leaders. Though .not always:so, it could win again and Orr couldbe social leaders from' over the who can to help in this great

...... is a comparatively .easy thing for defeated. If voters remain country who attended the one- emergency to do sY>. More than 'r I
Negroes to cast their votes now apathetic and, Inert, the status day'meeting called by Vice President 15,000 ,migrant farm workers are
In the South. There are still in- quo could remain for years to Nixon to plan a National unemployed. We must not leave
stances ,of intimidation, coercionand come in Florida But If Florida Equal Job Opportunity Program It all unto, the government., It is .
threats. But there is not ,the of to help. Dr. Sweet-
voters will study the facts and A committee also named the duty all
wholesale blanket of enforced )know the backgrounds of the from the to ing is asking a special prayer for
denial thrown ,aver 'the Negro candidates coming up in the next newspaper owners the hungry co-pie.. Also a special
call on Senators Lyndon.Johnson,
vote as Once: existed not too many election, a 'real change could be I prayer\for those who are employed -
of Senate
Democrat Texas
majority -
.' years ago. Now Mississippi ,and effected in.this state. and their employers' for their
leader, and William Know-
Alabama alone stand ,out in the :South as the worst examples of Please note that I have not land Republican of California, a special blessing. Dr.
,unbridled, arrogant and stupid'' said white voters or Negro vot- Senate minority leader. Sweeting is donating from the

Jim Crow. ers I mentioned only Florida During their stay, the publishers Sweetings Foundation Fund $200
voters. While it is most impera- were guests :>of the Capital and, a box of clothing
There is no doubt that, votes tive that Negroes exercise their'Lght Press Club at a dinner meeting THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
are imortant.'When ale can't to yote and in so doing wil addressed by Meade Alcorn, =
'vote, they don't have, 8'voice in make the ,difference between advance chairmen, Republican r.JABBERWOCK
electing their official, and con- or reaction, it is almost as Committee. National\
:sequently they don't have .a imperative for the white voters of According to Mr. Walker, the '
'voice in running their govern Florida to wake up and realize workshop was fruitful to most of February 10, 1'958'' '
ment, be it local or national. It what their votes cast for segregation the publishers. Several subJects''
is an old, old story in the South will get them. As soon as under discussion were placed on Northwestern Auditorium
about the muzzling of Negro they face the reality 6f reactionary the agenda for further study during -
votes since: Reconstruction days. politicians and recognize that the the June convention.. vtfjjga sapa'tf'tfs5
This column has more than once status' quo means just that-for
told the 'blunt facts about some them as well as the Negro popu- I IUJtJlIIJIJI .:II 7iI aJl"'IIJiIUlJlJlJlNtJlNlU\JIJI > JlIIJt Af ""!
sections in Northern Florida' lation, then and only then will
where Negroes have not opted true political and economic pro- SHOP AT I
since ,the Civil War. I believe this gress come to all citizens in
condition has improved: somewhat Florida. Barkley's Cut Rate M
at the present writing.
But as long as men like Sheriff If you have never known the THE MILDER BOURBON
McCall go their prejudiced way pride and satisfaction enter- WHERE QUALITY LIES
in Florida, just so long will we ing a voting both and casting
,. have evidences of intimidation, your ballot. I suggest you try it fr 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.2376
in the next election. Governmentin
bullying and violence.
a democracy: is run this way
STATUS QUO OR PROGRESS If ave'abuse our privilege and responsibility Gifts, Cards, Doll and Gifts of all Kind

It has come to my attention I fie use our, votes we may we are lose casting it. If Pokena Sets .......... 1.49 2.88 Dresser Sets &.19 to 12.98

;several times recently that former .hem not only for ourselves, but Men's BoxHandkerchiefs Silent Night .,V7HE
Senator Claude Pepper may run or the maintenance of our democratic ........... ,.98 Cologne Set .... 1.25 3.89
against U. S.. Senator Spessard L. Institutions Electric Iron .... 3.98 9.96 Old Spice Cologne
;Holland. It would be a great sign Waste Basket ................ C9 and Lanolin ................ 1.00
of if former Senator Winter Is Approaching Evening In Paris
Pepper progress would declare himself in Fair Realty .' Medicine Seta ................ 1.00 3.98- a
the running..:Temper's, liberalism Executive Scott's Emulsion .98 1.79 Comb. and Brush
.' has been well known for Purchases Dr. Brown's Magnolia Seta ............... 1,00 2.49
years, Waterfront HomeC. Remedy .................... 1.49 Men's Small BriefCases
and during the time of his ser Father John *...... 65 1.36 .,................,..__.. 3..f LIGHTER BOURBON
vice in the U. S. Senate Florida
A. Bliss, sales manager Yaramln Tabs ............ 2.98 Evening In Paris
took some mighty strides. along purchased a beautiful new home King's Men't Sets ........ 2.10 Stick Deodorant, 2 for tl
the road of
on the bay front of Treasure. Island -
is also to be expected: that Bay Village.In .
segregationist die-hards will SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
interview with Mr. Bliss
strongly organize in Dade County
we learned that Fair Realty has Where Prices Are RightI
to back a' candidate: : to oppose '
John B. Orr Jr., for the Florida drawn to be the largest home I. 1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue
legislature. According to their sales orgaplgatlon in South Florida 3.9458 'FR ,4-2376
We Deliver Call FR or
and thru their good reputation -
thinking, it would be a tragedy for
the people of Dade County to of honest and fair dealing i CIC c crcvnce+c IC"IC'CIC'CICIIIC""IPNICIIlCtCIC'ItC\IIQ.' i
\ again be represented by Orr. Although most of their sales are from rec- i
standing alone at presentin comendations from their satisfied
the Florida legislature in his customers. This has been accomplished

views, Orrs ,political courage and In a period of 5 years, a I LAST CHANCE TO SEE AND HEAR
'. strong position on civil rights and, ,record they are very proud of
equality, under the Constitution'of IF YOU CAN FIND
the United States poses a .
threat to anti-integration fO JOIN THEY. The DriftersPLUS "
err has the courage of his convictions I'I' .AETTERwwwcIN.51BiY111
and the status-quo ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The church shall be the gospel of Our /
Elect ,Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE Triumph 'ChurchCelebrntei Saviour from Genesis to Revela-
tions inclusive
Officer 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1958 After morning senses we all

_.. .,. went outside the church,, and you '. ,
Founders DayOn
The Greater .Miami Interdenominational I ..'k about a feast, but wehad ,

Ministerial. Alliance New Insurance Company Sells $$1,000,000 Monday, ,Jan. 20, all the one. i
met on Jan 21 and elected officers ! "
for the year lQ as follows: in First 14 WeeksFIRST Triumph churches celebrated At 430 pjm. we had a nice parode :,
Rev. EdWanrf, T Graham, pres- Founders, Day. Services, started at The :Youth Band from TrI- , ,{
ident Rev A. 11 ajn. with Mother Teresa umph No.1 in Miami: furnished
; : 1st vice .
president; Father 'Theodore Gibson ; 1. "' L' ',., .,., ,,,,.,,,,: '.,"'. , ': .4' 7".M <, James conducting. Two or more the music. The bnd played our
2nd vice;; Rev. E. P. Brown, songs went, .forth after which all National Anthem "Onward .
recording secretary; Rev. E. /1Blockqft Iki'V stood inf !prayer and another Ethl il.! ;i
sweet praise went forth and our
financial secretary+ ; Rev. service started.
W. C. Ettcar' treasurer!: ; Rev. A. State Mother opened up a glor- Expression '
D. Hall, chaplain: ; Rev J. D. Eth- ious testimony service. She was promptly at 6. pan. .Many uplifting told- ,
drlge assistant+chaplain;;. Rev. J. glad to be here although she was expressions 'of Joy :were '
K Byrd, parliamentarian;, Rev. not here last year But she by our saints., At 8 pm. a spicy, ,
Thedford Johnson critic; Rev. planned to'be hear today, and 'program was' .rendered by Sylvester -: '
George F. Ponder, dean. that she was happy for this day. ,I Murray. Among those on
Being truly grateful' to the Almighty program were the Singing Angel
We are asking ministers of all for sparing her life she The Related Five;' The
denominations to please cooperatewe said that each of us had some- Specials] and the, Voices of Tri- '
have gretwork to do this thing to thank God for. Many umph. _,::0'

year.Yours, for Christ'* sake _. wonderful the saints. testimonies came from We had a high 'spirited devo- -, ''

-E. T. Graham, presidentE. y tional service and the power
P. Brown, B<<. Sec'y J Our ,presidcr came to us sing- truly rained down :from above. f '
$ Ing "No More Compromise.! He Rev. W. Gloster really preached I '

LIBERTY CITY ELEM.On p then began to relate to us 'the from, the inspiration of the Holy '
\W history of 'our church.., lIe made Spirit. His subject was "The
Tuesday morning, Jan. 21 many vivid ,pictures for us, con- Greatest Feast.., Words( are Inadequate -
it was "Happy Birthday Time" erning! the handing 'own of our to express the wisdom
for our principal Mrs. Alese GIN. lILJY-1 MMfif1 %%(i{! Ji r ;i'R ,'it7; },t 1J' ::1,1<':>:.',iI'! '!! church. this man of God put out. '

i The boys and girls of Liberty City Triumph The' Church and King-
Elementary. presented to1 her a MILLION ,James H. ..'u... nis itt sales representativesclosed dom of God In Christ was con- You who failed, to attend this
beautifully] decorated birthday Browne (right) president of thq the year with $1,051,500 in firmed with 225 members of its celebration missed the greatest
1 coke and -a lovely bouquet of Crusader Life Insurance Compny sales. Browne and Lyons are for- overcoming body in the 15th yearof one that ,has ,ever been witnessed. ,
flowers.,A wonderful program for of Kansas, congratulates'Robrt mer branch managers for other its millenlal reign at an international I Wet ad a miracle performed
the occasion -was rendered over P. Lyons (left) agency direc- insurance companies in Kansas religious congress call- our people which hs nevervhap- r

the PA system Roscoe Ellis, our 'or of the new firm on .the sale City and both are organizers and >d by God the Father during the pened before. A man tellWith'( .' '
radio reporter, serving as master of more than one million dollars directors of this como my founded world's greatest confusion The. hear" some of termed as a light "
of ceremonies, Introduced: a pupil vorth of life insurance in the 14 by Browne. They have set I God of Heaven sent his resurrected attack but we the saints of '
from each grade croup who veeks since Crusader began selling their first year sales .goal at five I: Son, the Christ' to fulfill God begged God"to spare} the man '
spoke on the'mbfcds of Mrs. in September, 1957. Lyons million dollars. l.e; scriptures (Dan. 12:1-26: 7:9-: and give him another chance and
Alese Gill as a Principal, Friends, -- J4)). And 'our beloved Apostle he did and we didn't have to take
Parent, Community Helper, and declared the Father has receivedit him to any doctor because Dr.
Leader. Mrs.. Gloria Lacey. sang A Progressive MasonVy' Federal\ Reserve Bank, Miami, for and fave a black flag with Tesus was :'already there. / I
two beautiful songs dedicated to / is the first
charity fund. This feat white letters thereon, the name
Mrs. Gill from the student body Among our guests 'were our ,
'South Florida.
of its Iki'ndin Triumph The Church And
II u" '" !1 "'!\to *"*** n: ?'JI Kingdom I
general supervisor Mr. S. O.
Thinking that the morning of God in Christ (Isa 13:2, '
pro- Noble Williams is to be commended Johnson of Ft. rce. Our presiding -
gram was the end of her natal I lor this achievement by Psa. 205604.: ; ) A glorious prince and his companion,

'day celebration,.Mrs Gill had, another I all PHA Masons in South Florida. church having neither spot nor Rev: Baker of Perry. And. our '
surprise on Tuesday night He is worshipful Master of New wrinkle (Eph. 5:27)) better knownas State Mother, M. A. Hanklns I '
when the members of our facul- Bethel Progressive Lodge 626, the church of the first 'born. X a ,
ty gathered at the home of Mrs. High Priest of Progressie Chap The church that John saw coming This day will long be remem- 7 I

:Mary Edwards and surprised her ter of Royal Arch 170, a Sublime 'down from ;od 'out of Heaven bered. ,,
with a birthday party. Mrs, Gill Prince of Royal Secret, Noble of prepared as bride'adorned Todays thought: Ariseand t '

'showed her surprise and thanked the Mystic Shrine and a member For her' husband. There shall be shine for ,thy light has come. ,. .. , '
each of Us wholeheartedly. and trustee of St. James AME four kings. The death of Je ua ,,

Our last PTA meeting proved Church, Rev. A' J. Reddick, pastor -, delivered all mankind from sin. '..,'" \
(Rom. 5:1-2: I Peter 2:14: 2 Cor.
to be a very interesting and successful aft Drive Carefully!
M r 5:2: Heb. 9. The doctrine' of the
one We were divided into

,groups according to grade groupsand ,, I THANK YOUMrs. .
discussed I
subjects leading up

to and around vandalism in our Lula Mae Yancy wishesto "

schools. thank'' the Daughter Elks of GOSPELCONCERT
ThbSe parents and ,friends attending SWS'
Greater Miami Temple ]1o. 769 .
as well ,as teachers were for their 'beautiful flowers, pots ,.
concerned to the point o{ forming of and all other kind-
committees to work on the ipoblem. r nesses soup,shown fruits during her recent ; ;: ;r}::: .

!Iii Illness. Your kindnesses will :1 Sun Joy, Feb. 76 ,
Thanks to,all of those parents 'never be forgotten.. Again, thankso t< \ -. ,
and friends who attended our \> 3
-------- everyone for everything.Mrs. p.m.Northwestern ..
PTA meeting and we are inviting Lulla Mae Yancy l'
Noble Robert Williams,has just
.those parents out who have not '
returned ,1, Hi '"
from a special execu- '
AS yet been to visit us. Rcxnera'ber :
tive board meeting held by the ;
the date for our next meet- '
'', M. W U. G. L. PHA Masons in FEATURING (
4aj Tuesday night, Feb., 11, '
at, 8 pjn. in the .school cafetor- Jacksonville. Noble Williams was : < Rev. ,C. L. Franklin

;tunL. lodge successful to deposit: ?in getting$1,000 in the the grand First Y. M. C. A. TODAY! k'r';r' of Detroit, ,,M Ich. ,,'

J)UNBAR ELEMENTARY f f'Mrs. I .fj" "Dry Bones" V-l' :;
Davis S"w
flora M. VPtaml: and j ;f. f .
CENTER of Philadelphia, Pa. ''.. .'
Mrs. # ;
Alice J.' Hawkins, curriculum SEABOARD MEDICAL .
assistant, returned to their I The Consolers w.t

posts of duty on) Moeday'after a of Miami, Fla. : ,
e week spent in ,observing Educational 2186 N.W. 7th ,Avenue Phone FR 3.2691 \
Aretha "
Television programs inbrine .. Franklin '- ', j
of Detroit, M Ich. ;
elementary In Oklahoma .1 4
HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.' I
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City, OkU4 Wichita, Little ("
Sammy Bryant "
:leans ) :
and Louisville
Kj. 'Theyreported DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, S Ft. Midget '
a most Informative tqur :.
but were happy to,,return to the I ? Adv. $1.25 Door $1.50 '' ,'
comparative balmy; weather of
Miami. They were part of a ,six-
member 'team of observers from .

Dade Wednesday County., the last day, of the'flrst BEN H. ,ATKINSON, JR., D.D.S." Attention: Now Reopening ,
semester, was designated as ,
rides for primary children and a
record hop for the upper elementary FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY Miami's Wonder Lady .

pupils>> after the close of the Nationally Knownl! Highly Recommended! '' '
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school day:
The second of two Parent- : OFFICE HOURS. : 10 a.m/to' 2 p.m :4 p.m.. to 8' p.m..

Teacher Conference Days is And by Appointment '
scheduled for, Monday, Jan. 27 -
Parents are urged to make every 6705 N.W. -15th Avenue Phone PL, 7-5601 ADVISOR BORN WITH POWER 5''. ,\0
effort to keep the appointments I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU ,
that they have made'with
Remember I am a TRUE READER '
ers. ;,
teach-I L ... .
The i PTA Is inviting the ::0. BORN WITH POWER' ,, ,4 i,'

,port; cJf the cctnrmmity: r TELLS YOUR NAME oj,. ", "
special bit through project the.they 3rd jot are February.Mr. sponsor. DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC YOUR LUCKY DAYS ,' : .;.: '

Leon Kelly is PTA president. Licensed by State and County ,''..r.. ,

We are rejoicing,with Mrs. K. I 3197 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla. Tell you any and everything you wish to know without ask < ,\ .
:1 owell over the recuperation . "
of .her sister, Mrs. Blanchevc I I The General Clinic Is well equipped, and offers you excellent 'Ing any questions. Gives you name of friends and enemlee. 'M\

; who Is staying with her I Clinical and Medical.J Services- for the care and treatment of all Gives true and never falling advice on all affair of Jlfe. If f' '

r after a period of hospitalization.Mrs. worried, troubled or In doubt consult this psych at ones. I / .,
3: Fierce retired lIst June Illness, diseases, bodily Injuries and physical disorders of do not call at your home._ :,i.'

ufKr.long and fucreAcJul career all types for the entire family. pr,.Marital Blood tests, Health DON'T BE DISCOURAGED ) )., '
If you have failed to find )
as a teacher in St. Petcnturg. ? .
Another birthday tat a Dunbar Cards, and Workmen's Compensation 'Insurance Cases. I do what others claim to do.. No one In Trouble Turned Awayl J' ,

fltrrulyainember ltiap btrthl COME WITH OR WITHOUT. MONEY..Private
py and Confidential .
Office Hours: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday -I. .,..
eta 7 :ftojour-very tfficirot. se" Readings. My studio Is on the corner No side doors. No back '
tM7.'mdrs. taRayne Sands Smith! noon Avoid waiting. Phone NE 4-32J7 --i ..
24 Houri Phone Service Dr.. .James T.: Ross for appointment., ,: *
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Phone Hlland 8-2310 Director. 4500 N.W. 27th Ave.- Comer 45th St. ,- ,to' W .
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u B4iiY. '1 SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1958. PAGE I Seen'J Stars .

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'Now that Tim Moore and wifeare
,.,_ ,
? m Wl H MMP"WMMV T MPWWWiVWIWl lovey-dovey In Los Angeles
NE 53513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. and all is well again, he's a bit
sorry he made all those frank
5 statements on the Tonight Show /
FRIDAY SATURDAY we think, but what he said la
said and It made good newsopy
b I at the time . Jade Parr
lowever was careful not to take '
jiy sides as that's dynamite in
GINA LOLLOBRIGIDA .' husband and wife argument
; ... anyhow ". . Jack's proteg,
, ct0 ANTHONY QUINN < Mauri Leighton, slightly shocked
", ': ;" Miamians when she insisted on
;:::. 4' wearingVier very dressy sequined
HUNCHBACK ; "pants"'on stage. To us, she's a
THE beautiful girl with a beautiful'
figure for wearing clothes-4>ut "
NOTRE DAME ..;" \ '. there just isn't, any voice.
-, : Leaving his fans amazed at
{ the; sudden decision, Little Richard *
LI joins ranks with Joyce Bryant ,
who left show business for -
religion some time ago. In tendIng *
Yeva! ik to join the 7th Day Adventistsand
0, give up his present way of
life, Little Richard, who has beena
great favorite .with the rock tI/I
and rollers: lays he must answer
his "tourtured dream."
,: They're talking about Wild '
Bill Davison's Dixielanders who \
k'. are in town for a stint here at
the Central ?laza. Wild Bill, be-
"eve it not, wa a former pianist .
...the easy way ..the,savage way for Louis Jordan some time ago. '
: ? Lena Home, who is ac< pted
..1. he killed ho loved I IMARK ItiA111 everywhere now with husband

,t, ... Lennie Hayton Without an eye-
;:," '. ,. .J'i t $"''tif -.s.: .d ..t."iwMMa," ... #,;i\{;! ____A- ..-" .w."w...,.;.,"7' I, 'ash_ quiver, put tit a charming II
k" i:' ,.. the
appearance Mayfair Supper -
cmJ, iU/f't. ,, !:-< STEVENS." 4M uevenm Day Adventist neliiis Hanfield, Ronald Bethel,
..< ,. ; Dance wearing a, really tight .
'.1 < the
'.. ? ** '>., was setting for the Hansel Rohmlnj, Alfred Ray- '
< \\ Sf" ''''' 1 satin Own, which dOt!n't let you
, 'f w. :' marriage of Nice? Jean Jackson mond, William Bethel. remember she
: \ : fi 11 : (X\: has two teenage
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: and Lloyd Rahming, Dec 22, with Young brother of the groom, k'rf who
are growing
I ,\ .,,:<... ..\ "J" ,.<<< The bride is the grand daughter I bearer.
: of Mrs. Helen Rose of Carver Reception followed at the Adventist .
Ranches and niece of Mr. and Academy in,Brawns Sub-
SUNDAY MONDAYm Mrs Carlton Finley of 2301 NW division. JABBER. WOCK
65th st. The groom is the I son of The bride is a graduate Fla.
,. V I Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rahming, A and M, Colleg the groom a February 10, 1058
Op Locka. graduate of Oakwood College in Northwestern AuditoriumYou're
'j\; I The bride wore white silk taffeta Huntsville, Ala. .
f..: and lace encrusted with ... "
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, veil was attached to a cap of .1' IBLBNDSMANSHIP
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The matron of :'., ,! I. Untold Tew Story of KUty KM Kldl! Etta Bowes who was beautiful in
r" aqua Best man was Andrew
, .: Identical gowns of orange pink ..
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;, delie Lewis, Euyclna Rahminf, .
t.f' Dorothy Eppes, Mary Farrington
' / JAYNE MANSAE1D IY and Ruby Thompson J.1
SUZY PARKER Flower girls, Elvira Clinton and r
Roberta 'Davis, were lovely In
pink taffeta. I
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10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1958 over 55. Delta Kappa, Alpha Delta Chapter

Bert anticipatesthat 1 cordially Invites you to attend -
Taxpayer'Dollar .
: of
will annual March
Dyes fdil Letter to The Editor Announcement. fog come the to 1959$72.5 federal billion budget with defense Tea on its Sunday afternoon, Jan.

spending accounting for $39 o'clock at the home of
son Mrs. Mary Anderson Faust 26, 4 to 6
Times fore-
Editor The : 440 billion of,that Other
Brew wishes to announce to all her budget of as Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C.-Brown,
l President L.: H.; Foster of Tus- former customers that she is now casters look totp NW, 13th ave.
\Vi VDX kegee Institute says that race relations back to work Beautyrama\ Writing In' The Reporter, Car- !much as $74 \ I 7000
F: worsened in the NW 15th Phone PLaza
have I 6817 ave. roll Kilpatrick says: "The move- Theme
driZ1 South in the past year. He says, 89111. ment away from the farms has Efficient
N. FCeor "The divergent segregationist and I not meant the development of Announced"Jabberwock For Prompt,
the desegregationist '(points of Happenings atJESCA's corporate. farms in this country servicePhone
view are held more resolutelythan but rather the strengthening of Theatre" is the PL 4.4909RUDY'S
I W. in the recent past. Day Care the family farm. The proportionof 1958 theme for ,Beta Zeta Sigma "
'dead' Isn't this a sign of the times? family farms to the total number Chapter of Delta Sigma TqetaSorority's TV
vre I A3 the events of the developing YOUKNOWr has held steady in recent annual Ja erwock.
IPearOn. world come into sharper/; focus, years. The trend is toward larger Scenes from "The King and I"
1 naturally the participants take a That good hand and eye cordi- mechanized farms operated by a "Cain Mutiny," Pajama Game," REPAIR
,1 stronger stand on their p6ints of nation can be developed by the single family with little -or .no and many other outstanding
1it view; the desegregationists, practice of reading numbers in outside lalbor.." movies that you would like to recall Guaranteed Service
through 'greater knowledge and a left tq right sequence. This is especially will be presented by local Pick and. Deliver
.1.1 'cleaner understanding ot the injustice good for the preschoolerin According to National Associa- actors and actresses. up
of segregation'and the seg- developing, these muscles., tion of Manufacturers' statisticians. Plan now to attend this delightful 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
regationists, who fear, the loss of 474 per cent of current'de* show Delta's Jabberwock
wl \ their "way of life." PATRON'S COUNCIL 'NEWS fense spending is accounted for Theatre, Monday Feb, 10 at 6801 N. W. 15th Ave.
for o< It has' been said that injustice council I by the Air Force; 27.4 per ,cent Northwestern High School Audi
The Patron's of
Theb will cease only when those not ; the and 23.5 cent
JESCA Care No. 11 met Jan- by Navy; per torium. Time 8 pm Subscription,
EJeme affected by it become indignant Day by the Army. The remaining two $1.00. '
beauU about it. As far as segregation is uary 14 at the center to make per cent goes for interservice pro- i BRAND NEWBeautiful
cake.r concerned, ..1'believe that time is plans for the coming Easter Pa- jects.
flowci "- fast approaching. More ,and more rade. This is an annual affair ._ .
held at the Liberty, Square Auditorium WARNER
the 01 people are becoming indiginant
There has been only one unmarried 3-Bedroom
the first Tuesday even- HINES Inc.
pradio over this gross injustice, and are U. S. President James
: f facing the reality that its effectsare ing after Easter, the' tots are given Buchanan. Painting and
of cew 'now /world wide in scope. a real chance to show off -_-_ _ _ _* WaterproofingContractors Hardwood 'Floors.Garage .
\ They see the peoples of the 'entire their Easter finery. Dorothy Thompson looks at education SS
spokeParent 1[ world (of whom 65 percentor Because of the poor attendanceof : "Most American parentsdo Licensed and '- k. Open Sun. 2 to 4:30 p.m.
AJesel better are non-white)' exam- I the (parents Tuesday evening, not want their children to be Insured by City" ., '
ining American democracy and another meeting of the, council educated. They want them to be and County 2000 N.W. 56th St.
Leader finding It hypocritical, in this will be held Sunday afternoon, trained for, a specific function. 1863 NW 59th St. ,
two be" dangerous period.On They despise "useless" knowledge.So Free Estimates CAPPER
January 26 at 4 p.m. at the cen- J
Mrs. Q thetther hand, as this indignation ter (Liberty Square). We are our high schools are forced to Call any hour :..4 tf) CONST. CORP.
Thlzigram grows, the segregationists asking all parents to come o.itand teach everything under the sun, Ph. N E S-68791da11nJ 4:,
i find it expedient, to rise to help us to complete plans typing, home economics: mechanics -
day eelother protect their "prerogatives,:' Thusas for this affair.. parenthood, and many other I
\ President Foster says, "Thediver.'en things that young( people once
9 points of view are held DAY CARE ACTIVITIESThis learned at home, in specialized
tty ;
more resolutely.'* schools, or as apprentices. But a ' RAPHU S. WILLIAMS'PRIVATE
: gathMazyE So the battle goes on and month at the centers is real educational institution is nota
'' grows in tempo to the war between devoted exclusively to the per- Job factory" . "
with a true democracy and traditional sonal growth and development of FOR HIRE
''showedeach | democracy. I pray for a the child; our, teachers keep in Alaskans do more talking on ,
ofOur I bloodless victory for true democracy mind constantly the abilities and the telephone than any other
limitations of each child, thereby people. In a recent year they averaged Ambulance Service
9 to be'a I achieving the radmum.Such 630 calls each, as against
'cesslulCroups Miami, Florida 426 for the continental United ,
Jan. 19, 1958 / things as good manners, States and 51 for the world as a FRanklin 3-5900
and dial / George Savitt safety rules, numbers\ vocabulary whole.
to andachoo1s development, to name a few, are _ _ _ _* % ,I
Church Honors geared to the child's ability Inasmuch U. S. News and World Report HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
Those as this month the per- finds that the current business
tending I I; Assistant Pastor sonal .growth 'of the child is decline is felt most severely in
concernscommute stressed, we are introducing to the 'factory towns and smaller
The Fifth Avenue Church of the children such stories as "The cities the . places) that .
Jem. God in Christ will honor its assistant big day", "Mother's Helper," have cut loose from ,their dependence I
Thank\ pastor, the"well known "Teach 'Tommy" How tOo, Cross =on the farmer but have not B. Solomon Funeral Home
-and frlci-,*. Rev. Ira McCall on Sunday, Jan. The Street, taken from the developed a broad base of industry -
J1TA n 26 and Monday, Jan.' 27. The celebration Humpty Dumjjty- 'magazine for and trade." (Estsbleh.4 1'21)
those pa] will 'begin Sunday nightat little children., .

as yet bi the church which located at STAFF NOTES The Chairman of the Board of '-Dignified, Personal, Courteous' Service J,
.'Music will bo
'ber the i 1809 NW ave. Assoclatlon'of American Rail-
gat is Tturn. furnished by the Senior''chorus, The teachers ,of both Day Car'eCenters. Is / .' -
that this industry
..t. 8 P an the Miami Choralairs, and the .attended a workshop at roads giving says special consideration: to the Funeral Within Range of I Each "Budget .
: Voices of Triumph.On the Kensington Park Elemen utilization of atomic energy and
Monday night there will bea tary Schoo(, January 18. The topicof nuclear: physics on accomplishing
:. UNll'MJS. .grand musical program given in discussion was'the child under research objectives. Known fieldsIn
honor of Rev. McCall at Israel six. The theme:for this workshopwas
t Bethel Primitive Baptist Church, the "Art' and Crafts for the which be useful radioactive in railroading include 315 N.W.16th Street, I'h. FR 31440.
!!(rs. Alicassls corner NW First Ct., and 18th st. Child Under'Six." power production, preservation '

urn Appearing on the program will be 'Miss Jean Johnson, coordinatorof of foodstuffs in lieu of refrigeration i I ,i
e 'Posts of d The Southland: Singers, The Miami. art in the public schools of and the changing of
\ne* epa -Master Singers, the Sons of Dade County, ,and her staff, very physical properties of materialsto

,. Ronal"trine elezn'lahoena l Tc' Zion, the Sons of Daniel, the ably assisted those persons pres- make them more suitable for "A Living Seryic for the ,Living'a
.... Heavenly Star, the' Heavenly' ent to make various objects which desired purposes. ,
Gospel! Singers, the :White Rose, were carried back\to their situations -
xanr... .ant Singers, the Spiritual Harmonlz- to 'be used as patterns or According to National Review, Range Funeral Home
wed a' ers, the Sensational- Hummingbirds samples for further ,work in arts the Soviet Union had. a "catas-
but were Brother' ,Cicle Blair, the and'crafts. trophic" crop failure last year.
'eoInparatiMiami. Good will Male Chorus, the' Helen S. Stubbs, reporter Output is estimated at 15 to 20 OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners
Titmember Utility Voices, the National Gol percent below the 1956 level.
'tt; den Stars, the Dixieland Stars,' -* PHONES PL 4-7468 PL 1.1331
Dade'CottWednesd the Four Dings of Harmony, Her A Trendex News Poll asked
., man Thomas Gospel Chorus, the Drive Carefully what a&e.a U. President shouldMORTGAGESlst .
flnt same Trumpet Kln&s and others.. Mrs.. ', I Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer )Funeral Director: '
Fun Day Gussie Gamble will be the prim I' :..t
rides for II.hop .cipal speaker. f 5727 NW,17th Avenue Miami Florida
Accord. ( Rev. McCall is( also a Gospel' J j ,
tary fadih Disc Jockey on Radio Station: and 2nd
WOMBM on Mlsmi Beach.. :
The sod Rev. W, Gamble' is pastor of '
Teacheracheduted i the Fifth Avenue Church of Godin LOW RATES, NO INSPECTION FEE

1 Christ, Rev. P. D. Brantley7 The House Albert SIn
Parents of Israel Bethel.
effort to ars k' pastor Call day or night-FR '3-2869 of

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a:: rs J'iN'qanaa i LI. HAN1C THE*.FIRST''VtlU MONtH THE 'KEYTOJt Magnolia Gardens, Richmond Height and Hyde aS; reason why.LESTER .
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been, The k Lames State >Pair at Tampa Feb. 415T1AMrPA

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WITH SQUABBLINGP Plans for Negro activities
at the 1058 Florida .State
WITH Fair are shifting' into high ,earand THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"s II
RATION! Negro participation in thiyear's

years ago when I was a presentation of the nation' SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1958 PAGE 11
at Benedict greatest mid-winter showis
College, Co. expected to be the largest in -
C. there
all team that was a local the Fair's 53-year history.In makers of America March
was one 2,000 TO ATTEND 27-29
i best to be found In all the all divisions of the Fair'Negro National Association of Dramatic r
y. It was a colored team Department, sWORKSHOP Speech Arts, April 9-12; Florida
:t- ad as its manager' a fellow is being completed rapidly Interscholastic ,speech and drama
Railroad Bill" because heEd the approach of this year's Fair association, April 20-22; biologyand
the team for nothing, dates, Feb. 4 through Feb. 15, AT FAMU chemistry, clubs, April 24-26;
rked at the and Phi Beta
railroad sta- Sigma fraternity,
Days for preparation of exhibits -
a living. April 26-26.
or in the Negro, Building have TALLAHASSEE: Nearly rite
all never forget that one been announced as follows: Sat- 2,000 persons front the state of
ae of his men became miff- aks urday and Sunday, Feb. 1 and 2, Florida and several other sectionsof
at something and although ----- from 9 am to 6 p.m. and Monday the nation are. expected to attend -

((tiffed man was one of his ..fy Bald Gonba B. Hancock Feb. 3, from 9 a.m. to 12 conferences, workshops, and
players, he took him out ofme noon. During those days Fairgrounds various other meetings at Florida
with the pungent re"come and buildings (twill be. A and M University this spring.

off the field, for'no inferior, but they balk when they open only to exhibitors and their The agenda of 13 organizations baseball when he is are asked to accept him as a assistants. planning to hold their meetings.
."' I have never forgotten brother and .an equal here the with
In the Negro Women's Depart- on campus opens ,
? terse admonition, and Race prejudice is threatening ment, exhibits this year are expected the state agricultural agents con
Sigh, the years I have looked
to damn democracy and to reach a new high, according terence Thursday and Friday of
nd found, much truth .in ,it.: despoil 23-24
Christianity. This column has to Mrs. Melvin II. Sweat, this week Jan.

lien a man is in the game been crying out for '25 years that general superintendent of all Other organizations and dates
,nes angered he makes all "America must, save ,the Negroor women's activities at the Fair. of meetings announced by Dr. H.
t of mistakes. I have founde Itself be lost." The reasons for Assisting Mrs. Sweat and in direct I Manning Efferson, dean of the
in >baseball and football this conclusion are becoming more charge of the Negro women'sexhibits
university, are ilS follows: Florida
is Mrs. Lucille John-
now in basketball, that an conclusive &a time passes. B. State Music Teachers, Jan. 29 THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
man is a liability and not son. Other assistants are: Mrs. Kentucky StrlgAI Bourbon WMskty a Yrs.O
1 Florida
Just I February ; / guidance khl
a few days there fell Mary B. Hoffman, Mrs. Helen
set to his team. There is no i into hands I conference, Feb. 19-21; interscho- M hoof:CAnttttt Ap,FmkfMt,Krq
sign of a team's my a Colgate Univer- Ponder, Mrs. Alma Bailey and
Impending sity publication. And there was a Mrs. Achaleese Cruo."We're lastic press workshop, Feb. 27*
fet than when
they begin to'Ale letter from one of my classmates March 1; Group 11, Class D. Fla.
among themselves, and who recently' traveled over the getting ready for several Interscholastic Athletic Association JABBERWOCKFebruary ,
harder team to defeat than thousand exhibits from more Feb. 28-March 1; college of
greater part of the world in recent 10 1958
hose members stay at peaceg months. "And," said he, "I than 300 individuals," said Mrs. law, March 12-14; Class AA, ,
themselves. A team that was questioned in many lands Johnson. 'These will include FIAA, March 13-15; ROTC+ rifle Northwestern Auditorium j'
together is almost unbeat- and about many things pertaining articTes in the Textiles division meet, March 7-8; New Horne- .
to our country, and the most frequently with classes for embroidery, crochet j'
e thing .iBibout our current asked question Was 'why I work, crochet and ''knittingin
lion nationally, that gives does America still reject the Ne wool or cotton, tatting, quilts, '
iter greatest concern is the gro' "? I do not know what his rugs,,and miscellaneous items. ROCKLfiND 4
|ency of our top-level offto !- answer was but I .am sure it was We're expecting also a numberof Palace
squabble over the fact an embarrassed and apologetic entries in home canning Including -
we.have fallen, or are fall- answer. Furthermore I am sure it preserves, pickles, fruits, A

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Mass to be
BAPTISTRev. Catholic
17 : } -40 : ,\ Rev A. D. Hall, pastor, C. J. Butney, pastor Offered in. Richmond.

:; : "' '12 ..: SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1958BAHA'l Ernestine Hambrick, reporter.. : Claudia Wilson, reporterWe Heights V .

emIt 1\ \ ok* wonderful time
.... "pAstOR'S MESSAGE : had another ire Catholics of RlclunonlIeighs
.. tough for throughout Sunday. Our Sunday area will be happy to
We* I: Life gets rough, andi wonderful. The
all of us betimes in a way that School lesson was with know that Mass is being offeredfor
soityDloc, I t' hurts us most. Unless we take devotion services were tilled them every Sunday in FrankC.
',I (,' time and pains, to build up 'with the spirit both morning. and eyen delivered Martin Elementary School.
l. ':' in ourselves sources and resources: ing. One pf our own ministers Father DeVaney of St. Augus-

W.I '" of faith -spiritual habit, we the !morning won't message do.1 tine's Church in Coconut Grove

D. E: r. I leave our hearts' exposed.. We theme: "For my 'way was delivered offered Mass for the first time
drigtN ought at least to be as careful of The evening message Roadswe : last Sunday at 9' ajn. in the
1 I GAr 1I our s6uls as we of our bodies. toy our pastor, "The school oafetorium. lIe stressed the
Travel. Both messages
ThedGeor Sunday a great day all with the Holy Spirit. The fact that the parishoners should
not only all
/1 IL day at Ebenezer. We had with uJ fro 2 choir rendered music for spread the the but also
one the Catholics: of area
WIdenoa a wonderful visiting minister the morning and the No.
: who brought us such thrilling choir for the evening. The No J to all their friends and neighborsthat
The morning speakerwas in charge of the might be interested.The
we tIt ,I I" sermon usher board was will be
)year ; I, ,the Rev. H. W. Brown, pas- day's sendees. We honored the new congregation
1 ; } tor of ((Bethel'' Baptist Church in I presence of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- In the chsrge of Father DeVaney
rr) I Irl Nassau, Bahamas. The evening ward Bensley of New York; Sis and Father Goggin who has
.1.I.1.j I H ..r .- speaker was the honorable Rev. C. V. Perkins, Claude Jones and cflange also of Holy' Redeemer In

.1.'J ,.: M. E. Nelson of Mt. Pleasant Charles McBee of this city. These Liberty ,City and, St.. Augustine'sin
r j k' Methodist# Church Of Cleveland, and all other names we were not Coconut! Grove.
"j) : Oh} o. Ills sermon was taken from able to obtain we want you to Every Sunday at 9 a.m. they
die 26th chapter of St. Matthew know you /were welcome in our will offer Mass and preach "in the

wi ; ; and &7th verse, "Not my Will, but midst. Come again. cafetorium.' They and the parishioners
for 04 Thine be Done." extend a cordial welcometo
'ThehElem ; -- t CHURCH to( come to the ser-
*' I ft NEW We were also honored to have TRIUMPH : ,,, everyone
beauti with us the Rev. C. T.' Nelson, Opa Locka

cake: n.. _j ,.t* Mrs Frances Bauxngartner 'ot: Rev.. W P, Tarpley, pastor district superintendent of Methodist Prince H. Mobley, pastor METROPOLITAN A. M.. F.
churches in ,he District of:
Edna E. Thompson, reporter reporter
flower North Miami will be the guest Sister. C. ,
Columbia.' He's the, brother of:
the Rev. H M. Salmon, pastor
. the PJ ot ) .I speaker at the Baha'i Center) 137 The Sunday School was open- Rev. M. E. Nelson. Along with Fellowship of The Church was .

:radiofrom I 'NW 11th ave., 7:45: pmt, Sunday, ed at the usual hour by the sup- them were the. wives of these two the subject of the School of Wis- Services at Metropolitan areeXIPected'
: .
.. ''I- Jan. 26. Her 'subJect will \be erintendent. All the teacherswere well known 'ministers. dom lesson Sunday I past. Mem- to be high both spiri-
of 1
cerj i 1i l: : The Keys to, Peace. present and'on time. We ory verse: "And be ye kind one tually and morally throughout
I ?3, All races and faiths are cordially were glad to have in our Sunday S The, Nationality Tea sponsored) 4o another, tender hearted, forgiving I the day, beginning with Sunday
spoke Invited to attend. School Bro.; Freddie Johnson who by the Wesleyan Guile 1 God
AJese 1 ,one another, even as School at 930: under Mrs. Celia
preached his, trial sermon Tues- was quite a success. Guest'speaker for Christ's sake hath forgiven Day, superintendent.
Leader Paren\ f:' : FIRST UNITARIAN ? day. for the occasion was the honorable you." Eph. 432.: ( The first mark of 'Morning worship will begin at
Mrs. Ida T, Ratcliffe, principal I
two be A.I The 11 a.m., servcie on Sunday (Usher board No., 2nd the sen- of Northwestern Senloi fellowship is Christian 11. Music will be rendered by the
Mrs Q '. ,.1 y \ Jan 26 has been designated as ior choir rendered service:for the High School. She spoke on "A I Christian love is respect for each Teen-age choir. A 'powerful ser-

Thlniday \ Unitarian Service Committee day. The, morning \sermon, taken Search for Happiness or a Serenity individual as an individual, to accept mon has been prepared for' our
ti''!' Sunday at the First Unitarian from the 46th Psalm, "Security," of Peace." the natural differences spiritual enrichment by our' very
,gram ";, Church. The entire\ service will I! was ,delivered by, Rev. Daniels. among people as normal. It is to able pastor.
eelother ; be conducted by the'high school I All enjoyeda great message. Don't forget members the rally appreciate and encourage one and an An invitation is being further
a I. Is still 'underway. The pastor other rather 'than criticize extended to the youth and the
class led Mrs. T Pat Wil-
when to! ;'./. by The delivered the school there
,eVening sermon was this condemn. After
''t' liams. urges you to report weekly on adult as well to join us in our
ty gath 'Jk.: by our own Rev. W. P. drive. were' healing services at 12 noon ACE League hour at 6 p.m. Many

:will E I. . The sermon Will be given by Tarpley, subject 'Eternity.." The pastor accepted one member and,many bodies were healed. interesting topics on the Bible

:showed a \ '1, Cathy Heldt, Connie Kugel, Jeremy Miss Delores ,Outler is side and to our Christian family on The YPE band was educational and every day' events, offer
Jackson-Cook and Robin Sunday. as usual. Subject of the lesson for all
each of ./iI I in need of a pint of blood. Please challenging experiences .
j 1 Whlttaker. They will outline the if Visit the sick. was "Life Through Love", text: present.At .
!, help her you can. Our sick list includes: Mrs,.
.Ou".1]. ,4. work and needs of the national It's our duty. Florida Butler 152 NW 8th St.;; I John 3:13-18, Psalm 63:3. Miss 7 pm. during the evening
to be acessful I ,',1 Unitarian Service Committee. Mrs. Estella Farrington, 1512 NW Taylor rendered a most inspirIng worship! another dynamic sermon

' i 4 Others participating in the service ANTIOCHMBAPTIST 70th st; Mrs. Eugenia Barnswell,,, program. will be delivered by the pastor.
< t will be David Lee, Roy Potts and 223 NW l&, th Terr.; Mrs. L. Reedy,, Tfhe evening devotional servicewas Music will be rendered by choir
.cro1ti \ Carol Canfield. \ Rev. O. W. Foster, pastorA. 1312 NW' 4th ave.; Mrs. Ella Williams filled with the spirit of No. 2 A cordial invitation is extended -
1 On Sunday, Jan. 26, 2:30: p.m. .'L. Johnson, reporter 1512 NW 6th ct; Mrs. Sadie Rev. O. Griffin delivered the to the public to 'worship I Iwt'th
schools., the Rev., Glenn O. Canfield will evening message, subject: Do you(
f The churches in unity are worshipping Jones, 1976 NW' 4th ct.; Mrs us. I
ThbseT, t be//guest, speaker at the newly or- together., In' spite of the Mamie Lambert, Christian Hos have a new mind. Text Colos- '
lending ganlzed Broward County Unitari- sians '33-12.: After the messageour
I cool weather on Sunday morning
concemttC 4 an Fellowship which meets' at nmh1.ed..szoimd.1he..d1urchpool pital.We acknowledge: the presence pastor gave the closing re-,
\ --the ChurchByTheSea'linJirtrtLauderdale. ( w. and one was baptized with of one victor and invite you to marks. Among our visitor we Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor .
Jem. honored to have the ElderL. Oretha Holder
Pastor Foster presiding. visit with us always. were reporter.
ThanJand ) Bake of Florida. Our Pente-
; trier ; At 8:16 that evening,' the J fierson Sunday School was timely cost meeting is still in full force "Remember the Sabbath day
PTA lne* Club will meet at 'he home with Supt. E..Ross in charge: The ST. JAMES\ A.M.E. and the Lord is still blessing and keep it Holy." This commandment -

those pa: of Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph( Funari, subject of the lesson was, "Fel Mrs. C. W. Brooks, reporter W on't you please come out and was carried out heav-

.asyeot bi 5331 SW Sixth St. Their[ discus- lowship of the Church. Dr. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor worship with us? This meeting is enly at our church on last Sun-
ber the '4 i. atop topic will be "Is the Indivi- The 11 ajn. devotion was spiritually for everyone. If you want to receive day, beginning at the usual hour
JA| ?sx ,dual More Important than the high. Ushers., board No. The first quarterly conferenceof the Holy Ghost more pow- With Sunday School which was
1 served throughout the day. The this conference will beheld
year of
large attendance.
.a t, 8 pan Group? er, your new name, or your body
Junior choir of Antioch' rendered Friday night at 7:45 with Dr., healed, come out with us, God An inspiring devotional period -
dum.DUNIL TEMPLE BAPTIST music. Pastor Foster brought the F, A. Allen, the newly appointed has everything need. was conducted at 11. Sunday
: message from Genesis 12:1-3, presiding welder of the North morning's message was deliveredby
1 I Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor "New Year's Vision" It was a Miami District of which St. JamesIs THE INCARNATIONFr. the pastor, found In St. Mat-

'Mrs. t dynamic sermon. an integral part. Each board thew 3rd chapter, "Repent Ye,"
I. :Mrs. Alfclum The Rev.and Ernest assistant Hutcheson' The BTU had a very interest- and club Is requested to make 'E. S. Clarke Jr. vicar and. all present seemed to have
assls missionary secretary of Atlantic ing lesson, "Living in the Lightof both an oral' and financial. re- Veronica OTJerry, reporter, been touched: by the Holy Spirit.

posts of t Coast Association will be the God. All present 'enjoyed the port. SUNDAY Sunday afternoon 530: BTU was
Our Sunday School will
week cpct"tlonal discussion. open held with Bro. Daniel Smith in
preacher at 11 amt Sunday with Celebration'C
Patronal Festival
under the
promptly at 9:30 am.
TJ" The 7 pjn. devotion was led by charge. A unique Bible quiz was
the Jcnlor choir singing. Adult Bibli\)
School e
' I direction of Bro. C. S. Hall and
ine alert' Deacon Lunday. Shiloh's choir No. ,
. ,lahomareported' .. I Both .senior choirs will present 1 rendered music and Pastor his capable staff. All ,are invitedto C ass MM ............_....... 9:30 ajn period.conducted during the program .ani their usual service of at 7p.m. Griffin ,preached from St. Mat- attend in order to learn more Solemn Sung Mass and ,. :.
songs Sunday night at 7 devotional ;
11:00 . pjn. -
"Eternal about God's word. Sermon __. --. ... a mSt '/ .
t after a short sermon. You thew 19:16: ; subject, Michael's Guild __ &30 service was conducted. The
. pan
but were-', aree Invited to spend the, day at Life. During .both the 11 am. service Episcopal Young Churchmen message for the night was deliv-

cooaparathMiami. 1 I 4.: I Temple., Let's not torcet'our shut-In and he 7 pjn. worship service Unit No. 1........ 5:30 p4n I ed by Rev. J. H. Stephens found
Tb' \ members. Dr. Allen will deliver the Confirmation Instruction for in St. John 1557, "Witness. The ,' .
, memberDade $fl !i NEW BETHEL BAPTIST I messages. Children sermon was well delivered and I

CoulWednesc1 I.' ' Rev. W. K. Smith castor NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. The ACE League, under the direction Instruction for children 6: pjn ail seemed to have been full of

} Mrs.: Ro.Conley, clerk J. E. Brown, pastorA of Miss Vivian Rutherford Solemn Evensong and the !Holy Spirit.Visitors.are .

flrst semeiFun : Li Stephens, reporter 'will meet at 5:30: p.m. Sun- Sermon ...-................*. 7:30 pjn always acknowledged '
Day' ,. ''The Old Ship of is still at day evening all young persons TUESDAY at our ,church, so come and

rides for frecord ,\\-'I!', Greater New Beth zion After ,the Sunday School was well attended will be expected to be In atten- Solemn Sung Mass .._... 11 p.m worship with us.
hofl l/, pastor delivered a wonderful, ser- The superintendent, Bro. J. D. dance. P .
tary pupib i \ mon Sunday morning, a candi- Brown, was in charge. He is still (FRIDAY St. Matthew AME Zion x' :
school dayj: : date for baptism got on board. asking for more adult attendancein Thirty two persons have been St. Cecelia's Choir Guild I"

The ceeTeacher IDs text was taken from Num- Sunday, School. elected: as group leaders for'the Rehearsal ..,...._.-.,... 8 pm 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. .t\
1 .t berstoers 21:5-8.: His subject was During the 11 o'clock 'worship Victory Rally which will terminate De prepared to attend the Annual Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor, I '

scheduled I "Stop! Look up and L'''*!" .'.-Wrh our pastor delivered a soul stir- Sunday, Feb. 23 during the Church's Bazaar onv Jan.*24 Sunday School _...__ $:45 ajn. ;

Parents art every Christian must do if he is Ing message filled with, power svenlng worship service. They to 27. Morning Worship ___ n a.m.l
effort to bound for higher ground. and .understanding. The No. 1 ire as follows: Brothers Cleveland Evening worship ?.-.__ 730 p.miJ
'thai they 1 \ At 3 o'clock the Pastor's' Aid choir and No. 1 'usher board Jackson Matthew Gilbert, We were happy to have the .
as. Union celebrated Ke anniversaryand served throughout the day. Sunday 3eorg Pearson Joe Harris, Rose Art Social Club worship :.I'

The PTa : was honored to have as guest night the order of servicewas Theodore Mackey, John H. Dean with us on last Sunday morning VISIT ,HARBOUR

+ort 'oaspecial' U .. 'speake Dr. G. W, Hawkins. carried out and the congregation and J. D. Newton. Among the which was its 20th anniversary. BAHAMAS )2:
never-falling and along with the pastor visited women. of the church are Sisters Visitors are always welcome at ISUNDt')
pro, The never-
Inx througb'.J4r. I dying love of Jesus' Christ was Israel Bethel Primitive Baptist Annie Brown, Edna' M. Owens the'Cburch of The Incarnation.You And Stop at ;; ,,

. LeonK ,Church, where the pastor's Classic' Porter, Beulah Allen Ida cannot afford to miss the ....
expressed in the pastor's eevenlng ':
We are fv .: I The text was taken Aid Union met. Our pastor delivered Aright Lottie Williams Carrie church's second annual: Bazaar on ., I" p.t.ii. .f.Jt. j'. .l, f : J'

:X. JSowe '_ "t. message.from St. John 15:13, "The Climax another wonderful mes- Perry. Rose White, Euta Williams Friday, Saturday and Monday. A \ ......''ff. is
of hcrJ.l of God's Great Love." sage. Martha Nicholson Portia Bannis : real treat Is In store for all who .1 :

>F'ievice wbO' An after service program was Consecration service will con- ter, Magdalene Johnson, Estell attend.
:aher .a'p sponsored for the benefit of our tinue throughout this week. Sun- tars, Gladys Nathan Grace On Sunday, Feb. :2 the Churchof
.. S Installation of Teamer' Esther Scott Georgette the Incarnation will
.IS. Peafter ,', coming Women's Day and w' a avery afternoon at pm. move from
: 't.ead1..f: t financially. f Ocala, Is the speaker for these ,ie Smith Catherine Peterson site on NW 54UustreeI A dedica-
I. ; This was a very busy day at services. The Junior usher board Tattle+ Reid, C. M. Pearsall, Prudence tion banquet honoring this occasion : -
., b Greeater New Gethel but a veryrewarding and the No. 2 choir will be in Johnson Susie Smith and will be held on Monda

.7 to ,, one for, all. charge this Sunday;, Visitors are \lae Sucker. night FeB. at the James E. Scott SUNSET INN, & TAVERIOn
... \ 'S ...,.... r. - always welcome to worship with Community Center, 7200. NW '
s I"' 'I. us at New Hope Baptist. 22ad ave., ...- the Ocoan Reasonable rt .
ierj.W f. Help. a person to Help Hlmseir' 'I Hom .eokd meple '
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, 0693 N.W.. 14th Ave. TRINITY WESLEYAN Bern.n t.u Win. t. k ,
] High School Class Mathtr. prop.
) Rev.. James Culmer, pastor'
Rev. George E. Johnson pastor lunday Service ..,-<.,..,.., 11:00 JABBERWOCK North's Travel Bureau, *ILL Re|
Eddie Edwards, clerk Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Jhur h School>>I __.."__ ItoSC ,February 10 1958 1104 N.W. Ird Ave f\\\ '
I .Sunday,Schoo .............. 920: ajn. ,Sunday School ,... ....... ,... 9 sum FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH Miami \ ,

Morning worship -............... '11:00 doming worship -__.-.11:00 >nixie Hwy. (U.S.1), S.W. 29 Rd .Northwestern Auditorium Phone ?R 3.077Of

Westminister Fellowship -,. 6 pja. Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. ;Ia


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Good Morning Judge Klan to' Disb'and 'Form...

News From Miami', Municipal Precinct< Court ;

JOHNSON, Presiding ,
By Elliott J. Piez Time Staff Writer :

New Churc'h, Hate Gr.oup':

Veteran court observers are DISMISSED -
ptill at a loss to determine the DUNEDIN Fla. Bill Hendrix .
It for the excessive number imperial emperor of the Knights
cases which were listed for NIGERIAN PUPILS of the'Ku,KIux Klan said Thurs- THE: MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples'.' Newspaper"

lin Municipal Court Monday, day that organization is being 19L
Van. 20, when the number reach.. WILL RETURNTO disbanded. SATURDAY, JANUARY, 25, PACt 13 .
i a, staggering. 127. The session
Some of the Klan (making
groups -
egan as usual at 830 Monday .
SCHOOL MP that organization will .. .
min and
was still going onto ;
unite under the

One late reason Monday may be afternoon.the concert- JBADAIN, Nigeria (ANP) Christian ,Church,name" Hendrix"National said..

action on the part o; police Last'November/ the entire student He'laid klansmen to disband have and been instructed II I !i.-.I.
such as was the case 'WIth P. body at University College Iba-. robes and destroyall
IFarrington, J. Sanders and J. dan, were dismissed and the itf- records. :

Ferguson, who arrested five deendants stitution closed dawn after an la* Hendrix, a contractor said
within a matter of a surrection ,by the students. The there have been too many Klan '
Jew minutes early Saturday evening trouble began when a, "burgle groups many at for carrying proof" fence was erected across another. ,test WbattoltoT ttassteaa patMefteai symatime >
eapons Including conceal: the front of the school after several 1 Mteve tail Oeft'tt the pater > *OsantMr. appetite rtaraa
incidents including' the death He said the incident at Lum- ass Mttaiatr of tate Mi- the aaly a.iidltlii lMlt..a.*
; I 'of a co-ed during an abortion bene!), N.CL where Indians broke Terse; taai naakla4 U W* prtawy aaJe I.tte eeearreae of the fbeTwt >
The ,live men, four of whomwere operation.The up a Klan rally.Vas "caused by tautest sad eoaotra taatOo M8TIII1I II ,...,.,
.,' arrested at Titty's Bar 1090 students resented the erection different Klan groups fighting bon ttery one of at >tarrMaaltyaa4oTtry ..v sad.r bit dlmt ..
NW 62nd at., and, one at anther of ,the fence rioted and tore each other." detail of owam. rfaUett>On carrot states ta ar '
at 1288 NW 82nd at it down. I ., ao matter bow laetfalfl dt.. ....., aDd '
ar The
school was
alter Parker, 32; OXX Biggens and the'students sent The social and speaking arm of, eaat to Ilk aa oea book to... sosese v e. T oats possible'
dosed'i the National Christian Church I bashers Got wtoaet to share vat that ataUac oo
8, 1435 NW 62nd si.', Durnie Seal The University will open will be known the oar UTM with s -to assist M ta carrot to direct answer to
!;,Burke, M, 5920 NW Ifth ave.; next semester. All but 4 of the I the White Camelia as Knights of very phase of Its Mtirity-Oat prays Dr. caress should know
Hagans 53, 715'1' NW 14th nearly 700 students have Hendrtx uU. chief b
applied I Ills Ucat Is to sake oar a oaaear whoa ht tees oat-bo
lace and Johnnie McCray 50, for re-admission. Those four, regarded I He Invited all Americans who be- lives Mat n4aBtw ta er ry way. woo tbs Kordhoff-Jifrc Modal for
|W16 NW 61st st Parker was as ring leaders in the ieve in a segregated church to God answers prayers Not lie masse research, lit ttttlBtt that
irged with carrying a 'knife trouble were not sent applica ; join the organization.Hendrix ways dose Ha answer It with tat one. bo saw a ...owou tore
|and a gun. Hasans was also tions. The students were Required .- respoBM w. wish, bit swats shrivel ay lams a tear debt boy
charged iwith carrying a gun. to sign a promise that in the tu. diSband was,said taken the decision at a recent to Ulc .u......, tf.... will )let It, alttaUly < toes ... .,.. actor aa earnestprayer.
iggens, Burke and ture they would meta oar living nor .
McCray were : pay due
respect held In
irged with carrying knives. to' the principal and other officers Montgomery. }oyo... more prospsrous" sad It yea aDd I ooald have oar
"abundant. what
more deepest desire craattd.
Most of the men had very little Nigerians of the college. While many Ooh Is a food Ood, sad vests It ho physically? Simply
to by of defense foremselves. both within the institutions wtlllag te halo as. War He able this: ft wtitt ,. llvtl t I do act
say way
Officer and without ,it are said kt ...Uac. He would be kite what lift Is I only know I '
Farrlngton to feel that the students have not GOING r r Til. War. !!, wllllnf'' but lOt do not wish to loaro It know
aid Partcer had his gun hidden'rery been t sufficiently punished college abla H. would be Impottat But whatever ivfftr
( brings pats or ..
secretly on his person, and it officials seem confident there BAREFOOT' fji/ God It all good, all powerful. lag tarrits mt toward the ettta .... 4
?1 as not until they actually had will be no further acts o( insub Dr. Alaxis Carrel, a diatla tics off Hit That whl h brings
in the jail 'cell that they I ordination.GDIEINHASTINGis. ,von k fi : c Uhd seiantiat. physician, No- happla at tnlarttt lift. Thtroforot .' ..,
ound his ..gun, after being tipped ,Bl prise wianr, and former whattttr 'makes my lift '
off by another prisoner COSTLYJohnson head of the Rock,;,ll.r (nstiut* moro Joyous and men eomplttt
for 'Medical a..rcb.,said this 1* that which I seek:; U U that
Following the usual'warntna 4 oo raiac prayer and Its re- toward which I nort.Jttat .
Fudge Johnson found all of them FIRE a chW.kFop!: .... .... salts: (Man, the Unknown. said, "I am come that yt ,
Ity and fined Parker $100 or HASTINGS: ,- A five-year-old: ,.-.......114 "P aJtr may 'Nt la motion a might hart life tad that you
ph.aom.aon, the mlra* might hart U moro thvadaatly"Joha
10 days Biggens $75 or 30 days boy Monday became strange
the sixth In ...
f.fself. '
ind Burke Hagans and McCray victim cl.., Our present eonc,ptloa of ( 10'to) Abundant moans
of a fire that destroyed a .
p1.I.Tie's .
ach $50 or 20 days. farm the Influence of prayer la "llttrally filled It tvtrfjtwtno.
worker's home Sunday tot based upon the observations of la this column, I share with
Among other cases heard and night. ..., ... patients who bar .bees oared my readers my own ozptrltnott
isposed of were the following An explosion ripped the house wMIllf almost lnstaauiM u8ly of fart of direct answers to prayer. ( IK
with after kerosene was poured on fire $ og sanctions.such aa peritoneal Others, vnlmptachablt author
Johnny Williams charged
in stove. The dead from threeamilies .. tuberculosis& cold abscesses oa tttt la th.... fltldt of ...IoIM,
rderly by creating a f includeed three childrenand teltls, supjaraUaf wounds \la psychiatry, thd ministry and
turbance, fined $25 or 10 days. three. adults. ;.,, 1. pas, cancer, tto. The process of alas proftttltat retain their
Curtis Hooper charged with oF' ea, ,...' heeling eaaacta'UtUe-ofUB aacuu .wa tiptrltnott of sod antwt 1 ,
pala. dan a sadder HOMo log the prayers of alt ehtldrta
vagrancy, dismissed with a warn- tlea of btiac oared. la. l*+r I am showing you how.J taroasb
-- ......., a few mlautM, at the prayer sad faith alive.t 0e eta
most a few bean,. wounds an be "abaadantrjr
Vernon Woodrow, charged with and Sons 1
ierly conduct by using: profanity .
fined $25 or ten day. 6570 N.W. 15th AT*.

Dozier Barr, charged with disorderly Shoe ShopREPAIKING HARLEM SQUARE'' ST6P *K..STliftl PAW '\
conduct by using profan- -
Jty. fined $15 or six days.; SWEET SHOP AfU1JTAA9 i i! '
Robert Diliard charged with w.. Save Your ftolae-Whllt Yen A PULL LINE OP OROCI"IIl __ meow .

bn ssault Dozier and Barr batteery fined with$25 .or hands ten "It's all'light to hold your Pin Shoe Walt GOLD CUTS CO MITICI =r:.:: s "I I
head bat don't Repairing .
op turn up ..
Jays.ttK. 209 N.W. 10tn 8t
your no e.M .h.M thlnod and Dyed ::; :=
Phone PL tt1tO I
assault with a gun'on Isaiah V > .. .
ith assault with a- gun on Isiah II.
avis, and with carrying eon-
ed weapon dismissed on
e first charge fined $50 or 20 STYLISH FLAVOR.LIFT \ ';

ays on the second. The gun was
Jtiflscated by the court. FOR AFTERNOON ;. \ A TER"'FFIC BUY I \ .

Tasker Howard charged with ? I I
isorderly conduct by creating a
disturbance fined $20 or "bla


(Joe Jackson, alias Johnny Nich- ,
pls, charged with disorderly conduct ' .
:' : 4710 NlW. 25th Ave.
by creating a disturbance .
nd Svith resisting arrest, fined ALWAYS A TREAT .
75 or 30 days on the two charges firetb nutrition .
mbined. Call Barnett NE 43256PERR1NE <
Johnny Gray and Carey Fill- Hokum Pien.imaQrrsGlly.'BreacL .
ore, both charged with 'disorderly : -
conduct: by using profanity
ray was fined $25 or ten days,

nd, Fillmore $I' or six days. -

Ben ParrisK and Paul Mat- { ,

8WJ, both charged )with' ..peedon Fastest Growing Town in South FloridaI
motorcycles.; Parrish was
ed $25' or ten days and Mat- I SPORE FOR RENTIn I
bean, $39 or 14 days.'test .
New Chopping Center ,

Best Location Pared Parking Area


Drug OP Oroe.ry Store Barbtr Shop,..i Beauty Parlor' '

Hard wars or Oinsral Store Shoe Ropalr or Other
. If Required Will Divide Into 2 Stores '

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I *f MM fftafly. albu.. bat CM. 'Holsw pa '
look fat the mirror without a IT WITS .:,. Phone JE 8-0636 '- _
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eat t, THE, MIAMI TIMES-'The' People Newspaper", SURVIVAL IS NOr ENOUGH ,
m :

em Hiidea.: .... \ PAGE, "14 SATURDAY, JANUARY' 25, 1958.,I

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Ahe4Geo1: ,, of late DEATHS ttfJ 'LAUNDRY or ironing {
I : The family the ( :
".;"' CLIFFORD RIOU I for anyone. Pick Utf and delivery.

We v'wish' to extend. thanks for floral! 3039 N.W. 43rd Terre. ,NE,3-6129.Fl .c ,
denOiweb tributes, letters, cards' and for

,..,donation cars during .their be- Range . '
year. ; .:'reavement.! Special thanks ,to the .
.1Z \ "!f Ten., '' John E. Culmer of St. Agnes' Lee Itylls! of 1035 NW 75th St., WANTEDONE

: i Church and the... Richardson 1'un-! ,, died at Jackson Memorial Hospital -
". 'r: oral Home-' ,.' I : on i Jari.. 10. He is,: survived! BEDROOM unfurnished. 'p f Ssr b
j Lucille. Riou / his widoW Mary, 2 step- house In Liberty City .area Call
by '
...' PL 9-3113. htmt7 ,
44)for ) ; daughters, and of her relative %
,. LThanllR '
On"" i You I Chapel: services were conducted
IMMEDIATELY 2 intelligentmen
I. '
It w Thursday; J1at' ::23'at Stfin.
oq} i//' Mrs. Hattie Ingraham, Daughter with, Rev. IJ*. Reddnck officiating for salesman and Good collection
work. Must know city. pay.
ThebS I conducted at
of the late, ,- Burial was Apply 5749 SW 8th' st. 9 to 11
Elemt 4 MRS DAISY CHaiSTIAN: Lincoln! Memorial Cemetery am. Friday or Monday 'am.
beautijP who passed 'away on'Jam;"1,'takes

cake f ,j( this method of thanking the many Mrs. llattife' Louise Davis of JEiXPERlENCED! beautician. Ap-1 { t

flower: I friends and relatives who -were'so' 1421 NW 7lstst: apt., 16, died at' .ply at,tor call''' Williams'' Beauty I
the oc: \ very thoughtful' to,,jjs: in our hour her' ,residenceTon Jan 18.. She Is Shop, 4334 NW '27th ave, near 4r
the Pradio i i, of bereavement,Special.thanks. to survived: by her' song Phil p,.Sr., Booker Terrace. Phone tyE 4-479B I ,,
0 J ,', the House of ,Albert for }ts ,superb of Mdami and other: relatives!. .of 05 NE 4-3160.. I fad
of cerf!E Espoke' ;., funeral arrangements 5 and Talladega, Ala., where ether body. a{
from ,sympathetic services; Rev P. D., was" sent for' burial. '

I '1Ir J"' Brantley and imailubers, of, Greater : P .J r strkktli'1ir poUo Jw.Ij .i95'l.
I ;I Israel,,' Primitive Baptist 1Qarle2 years old i was
Parent, l' ''I I Church. Again. I say thanks' to all Eli 'Lee of 3160;, NW 45th ,st., THREE, "SPACES: : in' all new have three shots of Salk polio, vaccine to 1958 MM1iShelSdTnot .
Leader." I '!\ of died, at home on',Jan. 18 follow1-' BeautjrShop.' Will arrange to suit thousand little girls and boys, and adults,''will be,crippled' by

,two be j you.Mrs.. Hattie. Ingraham, 'Dght.. Ing an I extended:'illness. Survivorsare beau1i 1ans. PL 9250.' Mrs. J, unless they are protected: with Salk shots, March' ,,of. flutes
Mrs. d 'his widow, Mattie,,'a ,brother, I J nes. ....... ladf Sta the Salk vaccine a at e wefl o"PJ!-i
ThinJgram w IN MEMORIAM' George, and'other'relatives. Chapel .TthTSsUviOIaWecar. for polio patients without refard,t.*

1 ., .. ..,( ', services will"' conducted on IN LIBERTY CITY. Furnished' aft race creed or color. Join the March ol Dimes with. dolt,! "'
Saturday; Jan. 25:at 2 P".ml with
'day celt In loving memory of my, hus apartment for single person or Jan.2-31. > -u: "r.
officiaf.1ng.Burial -
otherswhen band, : I ."' 'Rev. A J, Reddick; : couple, all utilities ,included at INew
tl I I} :FRiED" WHITEwho will be5,conducted. ,sit. Lincoln , $15,00 weekly.,, ., , <
\ 19&3 .1 '.-,.',. 1235 'NW 68th Terr. PL 4-6965 ''
:gathiMary passed away' Jan, 23, ,, , TRADE Lov Iy'o'm *

with a E No one mows how 'much' 1 miss Mrs. Celone Brown of 2973 NW FURNISHED: ROOM, with modern ' 1954 4-door Buick. Fluid Open from 3.5'p.m.2bedrrpom,, ..
{ you,' '. ' conveniences in Florida room, 2338 ,NW 65th. showedeach 51st terr., died;at Jackson on Jan quiet neIgh-
of, a No one knows the bitter painI 18. She is'' survived' by a. niece\ borhood, all buses. Single young 'drive.- White. , and. very, 2901 N.W. 43rd Terr. Garage. and
,, .have. Buffered since hardwood' floors. ,
you have of woman preferred 2440 60th
. Mrs. :Josephine i Guyton NW
Our J been : clean. .pne owner for your Cain for lots
.Jon: other ,relatives BttHfcks. paid your
% Brownsville >nd
tobea Life has been : ) \ ... mine,,
never, the same in Services: will be conducted .one ,* Build on your.lotor,
,cessfulCroups < ,my heaU.. Friday;."Jan. 24: at1. 3..pjn. "at the I I FURNISHED! ,ROOM..,Jessie Clark lot. *:. Lot for sale

ana discto < ,Your, memory still, lingersNo Bethany 7th Day' Adventist, I 224 Truman Ave Reacker Neely Landry MO 7-2578 JE 8.134G-BARON
day passes, my* dear one 720 Lane.
Church located on! NW, 'Htht er; I Gatyeston:
schools.Those and.) j when. Ldor\'think, of. you., neat' 4th ave!. Elder'Rock will -of. ;:F8 67Q8 W.Flapler Eve. MO 7.4936A SALE .
I Mrs Marie C. White, wife FOR '
Delate.\ ;',Burial will. be ,conductedat ,
; Mrs. Florence DeVoe Dght. '
tending 1' H and.,.8'.grand. ,:children f : 2 Bedroom House \
I 1- \ ,
concern* Everything Gospel Music
connmltM, CARCf,/OF. 'THANKS. (Mrs; Cora'Colson'Coker of 2230 Everything for the church Also Real Bargain Full Price . :

Jena.Thanlo ,. NW J52nd' Terr.,:,Opa:',Lockat' died church' furniture'"' and 1968 com-: 6, lots, charming, home, '
i The family of, the late at .Jackson on Jan.'21 following mentaries. 242 ,NW 8th si.,apt.;9.; $4,50G-4500.! DOWN \
and friei y .. an ,illnessof" threft'.r' weeks' ; Suf': Call FR,3'C493'atte; 6, .fenced in wall, tennis court, 3006 N.W. Slit Terrace '
PTA lne: 'IM V1V'9rs'.ie.; 'ho. ions, J.mei 'tfRd" / .
those pa: "I John: 'Colson..t 2k' laughters;! Mr 7 barbecue pit, beautiful Open Sun. 2 to-5 p.m.k
; "
as ;yet b- J. Mollie B. Jackson, ,and'Mrs,, &u- Legal Notice 'Iand.cape. Good for
'' a
. '
'beEthe''iin '/ ra Smith Bell, .2 sisters,' 96.jgrandr Notice Under Fictitious Name or Call JE 1-5973 ".
Is , children,' 17 great, gandchil r'eA, Law church, school,*' nursing
> ,
PJDQ4um. : and other relatives. She' will lie "
.. Notice! is'hereby given 'that the
Non-Surgical Treatment
I ) I.. in repose"at the Chapel beginningat undersigned desiring to engage in home or:' private estate,
: noon' on Thursday and will remain -> business ,under the fictitious name Hernia a Piles, 7.
there until at 6:0'0m. : Baron, JE 81340.
DUNBC ) Friday of., (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids).
/ I p, She'wi11 thin be sent t :: trs. AU :,,..i,, lahan, 'for final rites and: burial. at 12045 NW 7th ave.,,Miami, Fla.. 1133 'N.W. 66th St. > .' DR., LONG'S CLINIC''

lum assU i Intends'to register same with the 1707 N.W. 59th St. 21 s.w.,13th Ave.. .
posts of ( I I'week ',> The ,son Mr, and'Mis. Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade Phone FR 3-2748.

B.Pe, \ Henderson Williams of '5246, NW County, Fla. G'
Uonal TI'" !' : 81st ave.. died, at ,Jackson;Memorial . Dated, Miami, Fla\. 'January' 18' Add Life to Year (,J ,I'.,

(-nine clcn, "j 'Ic '. Hospital on Jan. 18 ,following 1938. 'J FOR 1 and Years to Life, .;
,lahoma ]IYr I .. ( r birth. Graveside services wen TIE. 'gUENST'S SINCLAIR: SALE REDUCE '
"KajosL, am ,: conducted ,on' Jan.' 23 ,at Lincoln. ( $ Enterprise I ; :
'.. .''. A Florida Special, Medication '
wcte'' .J. F8i BY SUMMONS
but "I Icomparat .... r ,' -, I' i
{; "
Miami. Tmezaber .PROPERTY" MANAGEMENT /, .
t FOR 54,1ENEAR .'qSAVE" '\i>*\ rtf*' Efficient! Dependable.I ){';RellsbleIW'T I i

' Dad*'Com) ; : 0Af' : 'J) )JE Ni W.;:JBECTIQNBrand GLAND TROUBLE

Wednesc ,'new CBS 2>,bedroom.iome.: I'
flrst seine wmLIAM ; >.I.A it11 \\II : Bfth. ST., 7649 N.W. 14th "YO"': H..rdwood Urinary Ailments &:

. Pun Day who departed this life on January Cleaning &. :Laundry, floor, tlo) features. ,C;oseto bus Pains In' BACK, HIPS, LEGS [

rides forre'a'd If 2, 1956 tWMhJsTft> thTd by which' $60. Month line paved streets,".'sidewalks.Tptall Tlrtttnew, LOSS OF: VIGOR, H'i!
# "t ; :
,hop to extend to our manyv friendsour price $13,000() ,:+ down pay. WEAKNESS H '.
school, U<<>>Ut profound thanks and sincereappreciation Partly furnished 2-bedrooni) 1bath H.W.: 62nd St'. kooL41,5004;; N4w<;" open', "dr. In, If you Ere a victim, of these I if)1
5,90 .
dayl \. I for your kfpdn esse"sduring ,: I ,' screen. porch. pectlon., 'f *' :; symptpms then your trouble may j
I The fif our' hours of dep' sorrow, 6ch 2-Bodroom. Oad County pine be traced Jo Glandular Inflammation \
f Teacherscheduled: t $6,950 Total c,'' Aved homo!:; Must n 'appreciate. of, the Prostrate Gland. I

[ l' .The' expressions .sympathy w ,"M, > . ."w J .Located at-a270 NW 8lit. tern, Neglect of' Glandular Inflammation I" \
[Parents ark", ., which you\ ,sent in forms of ftor- CBS 5-rth 'ST. A TS ,Total I prIce) $8WOf.,1WO first often leads premature
leffort to J i she, letters, telegrams and others FEAR doWn payment, balance, like rent loss of function, low vitality, lost :
that they i made Out burden of sorrow much ,DRYLEANED! ,'AND. flew* open t Inspection._ vigor, surgery ,or malignancy '\ :
+e The PT. f. offer special!: 1 thanks to the Omega 5,45 w<* or t I Pht Chi Sorority, the Collegians Partly furnished'" 'z bedroom, 1 5,' ,for,' $1.25I rented ai $100 per month. N e \+r Modern Methode Bring'
Especial pwL .Clubs. and Richardson 'Mortuary bath, CBS, home.; toys and rep. #Mi"(' / CBS building. Total, price. 9,000 Gratifying Results P
fin* through, land St. John, Church.' Again frlgerator, 1 mortgage payment. I: .P WTSTLAU with tefm'r; Without Surgery In (Most Cases I

Ir. Leon 1$ I IWie thanks with all .our hearts. b- lUCOMS PROPERTY CONSULTATION FREE ,
if ,.. ,' Hours: Mon, Tues, Fri. Sat. "
areSowell .All :
',., CBS bedroom du lex.
II NEAR ,5,7th ST. 3for 79tft IP son. 5 p.m. y .
.her' I] 'I Harcourt Rolle Dies '. I, .' .s* I payment Full price 1700.$15,000' ;balance first down easy Closed Wed, Thurs. '

who irarooyrt,. Rolle, a 'well known $490DownNeat : SHIRTSLAUNDERED Shown by' appointment ,only. SOUTHERN CUNIC 1' 11

fter a pet Miamian of 1738 ,NW' .5th court, : NEW LOCATION '
Its, Piero: | died last Friday' night at Jackson and e ea"/ 2.bedl'lOom11 bath r';' IN COCONUT GROVE' "

ilaag' -, I Memorial Hospital following CBS. ,Stove and refrHreratof, car. :,,S for : All, CBS, ,bedroom,. 2 baths, 2847 Coral Way ,:

to tcachec a long Illness Mr.; Rolle is survived port, barrel! ,,'tile roof,'hardwood 4 *r_ 1"'ft' Florida. rqom, built..In garage, Near 27th Ave.,

Another H by, his wife Marguerite, a floors. excellent, value, Open Beautifully landscaped Full pries. ,
I' nephew, Herbert Watts, and sev- 9to9. SAVE.ONCLE'XMd; $19,.00-v,14,00 down.. Ttrms
T f4 i I eral ether relatives. Funeral ser ; X --- .I
vices /were.held on Wednesday: s ( AW FOR. THESE 8PECIALas KEEP HANI ..t
I morning at 11 o'clock,, at St. Agnes Viit . LAUNDRY'& GOING'RACI(!

,,' Episcopal ,Church, '.under; the 4301 'N.W 2nd Ave \ of eaw. + .. I
the 590
direction II. S. Allen uw..wT..o.n.o
Bn NW.8'sindyL. "" .*Ta .,..L., ..+. ,..,... '
Funeral Home, with, the! Yep. .or -PhonePL' 4-5508 ,_ "; '.IAY OR NIGHTHIv42448OP ...,.."fOIIII..0&.II1..a....'_.__ ,!
i a--lit NATV&A&& IIWf 8S.T
jJohn E. Oulmer, rector,. official-:. h wrouN.ATau+ .
: Gold Coast Realty .. HI .fi.0173 'AMLU.a.$U4OO.R..utortnoUUOar..M._a..T.CYM '
; : : .eeooo.n. ..
1 ,. 3781 GRAND &' ---
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\i: ,REALTORS \ , }''A1-I ....... <' ow 33" AVENUE tP
Mlamf' o onut.Grove; Flat .
:"t -PftilmJ&:; .
; ' DriveCarefully JOIN THE NAACP, Indf

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To :... tl. T' L pU. '!> II\ .; THE MIAMI TlMES-'Th J
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9 taptpa .\ I .. ., ,, ,

P10tld NAACP ft. iIdidkickie I.."SATyRDAY.'"" ';....... ._. ._ '..-. JANUARY.'" 25, 1958., '. 1 I
Outs> Island $Squadron to seas

pen who were victims pf the
\ storm and it Is receiving generous
\ Robinso.n' support from the public.
: Day" .
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Sixteen: yea J.old Kenneth
-- Johnson who doing two yeas
.j' WAS, ,
frAiMlPA( "The Florida State f
Conference of J AACP Brancheswill turned over to' their local for house breaking and an additional
six months for
honor one of baseball's branches to be reported at t h > sfi escaping
In And 'AroundThe from prison, had :Iwo more yeats
greats and the first N gro to meeting.
added to his Jan; 9
crah ties 'barriers; tf.racjal' discrimination sentence, on
Also approving recommendations Banamas for making a 'second escape.
in the. game, :when it ,
observes "Jackie Robinson Day"Feb. to some of the State Com r
23 here in Tampa" the Rev mittees the board named' Mrs. : 'William .Hilton, 42, reared

A.. Leon I/wry, state' conference Myrtle Freedom'M.:Fund Davis co-chairman, Miami as 1958 and The gale which hit New Providence merchant,, died 'of'a heart attack ;attieII
president announced today. Rev. : and some of the other Islands during the storm on' Jan. 3. Mr.
Lowry, co-chairman. Dr. R: '
on Jan. 3 ruined the fishing Hdlt6n was a native of Rock
Mr. Robinson, National Fighting L. Anderson, prominent physician THB LIGHTER 80URD
fleet. More than 30
larger Eleut but to
Sound tnt
Fund For Freedom Chairman and Tallasassee doctor was named Kintucky St' \lM Bewtm WMitajrvl/ YrtNk
R in 1957, is duplicating his efforts co-chairman, of the, Life Membership boats, besides dinghies were Nassau as a, )young man and operated -. Proof.CAncitM Act DM. Ck,Fm'*tort,i
smashed In' Nassau harbor trees
a successful dry goods business.
to raise funds for the NAACP in Conin ttee. Worklna'with uprooted here and there, power M representative of ,the ,.,'
1958. He will speak at St. Paul Dr. Anderson will be Mr. t. H. :
lines and
disrupted few houses
: a City District-In the House of Assembly
AMJ3! Church, 506 E, Harrison at., Burney of Ja k onv1lle. Mr. Burn damaged. Two men 'are. reportedlost ; he introduced: laws 'for. JOII TI'p
at 3 p.m. Rev. S. M. Peck is pas ? is secretary 'of the Afro- ;
at Andros Some of the vessels half-day closing of store in the
tor. American Florida.. Life Insurance Co. of ,have: been'; salvaged: and are city on Fridays. M. fc. A. TODAY!

The Affair," Rev. Lowry said, I ,being repaired., ,, . ,
A fund has been i :V "''(11'' a ,
opened by the (IjW"
"is the first major program plan- Named to the public relations -. -, .
ned by the State Conference Jo committee was Robert Hawke, ' :!

raise funds, td meet Its state and chairman of the Marion'. ,County -. .,' .. '
national obligations. Rev. Law- Branch. ,. ,. : t ,
S t'Q'eo; ., ,.
ry stated that there is a great' For Your Ieddinchoose .. \" : ..
need for funds to carry; 'on edu-
cational and other programs de- I "
signed to. end racial segregation, t : SAYE llllR llY!
piaster of Mt. Carmel Baptist e ., .. :
All the \ .
NAACP branches in Church and congregation will .
state are asked 'to support theprogr'aan be at Mtt Sinai tBaiptlst Church, :
by raising funds to be Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor;, on th0 Autonomy Atrtendrnetlt
turned in at the meeting. Organ Sunday at 3 p.rn. 'They will render t if '
izations including fraternal, social service in behalf of the Missionary 1N1TAflONcILtkFins
civic and religious are askedto Society, Mrs. Lula Moran, ,.. 1. Mitro
mdke contributions. They may president. ...... I t. strengthen government by making deer the ,

address their 'mail to the State Ecru\tlfum Intent el f the Oiortir- ntotnlng the sslf-ditirrntnotbn and "\,

Conference office, 705 East Harrison autonomy of the. munklpalltlul l *' \ 'i..
st., attention of Mr. Saunders Drive Carefully ME FREE .' ,/ ',"i,
or"all contributions may be '

. .. . . . . . . .1. . . .1. . . . . . . " IOO I 2. . ...mldirtroyMitrobutwlBprmntferthirconfusionas K':
J4tl !!: to the Operation c4 f powirs between the county" and ',:

I Personal' Mention .I MIAMI TIMES ,' dry jwmminhl .w' , 'b,I I.;,

{(740 N.W.. 15th. 'vt. PL 46128 3. '. .. guarantee,, In o legal !"Kll) of tights" form, that I41t
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- - - ---"-- ,J J J._A.Mrs. _ ___ _ 1112 N.W, 3rd Ave FB 3-2238
' u n
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I. then shop bi no Infrlngirntnt upon the fights ef; local munld '

( Muriel Johnson' Smith of .I to conduct local I j
politiit thitr own offalrt as long at minimum t
New Yortt City, former,Miaandaa, .
is in the city for a three Smith's weeks NEW I PMQDUCT'INSPIRES FASHION CREATION standards on redo!I 'ii*
vacation. This is Mrs.
first visit since she returned 'to .I" it' 4. . slow down the majority of the aunty Comml lonirs. if

Miami six years ago to bury her In their Irresponsible spading' of.taxpeyirs1> immy "pcllfkol p'
dad the late T. L. Johnson. On
Friday' she leaves ,for Nassau to plum" appoIntments, and attempts at the awarding of lucra'
spend a few days before spending fsap tin conciuloris to the lowttt bidden

the'ranaindar of her visit'witb h .,' *' '! ..
sisters Doris and Mario ;
her ,
of Richmond two Heights, and, an old ,L 5. . give the kind of government recommended by the ;f

friend, Beatrice Robinson of Liberty Charter Board and ether' ,experts on loymm.nla men :
r City. F.'l" f' s' tl ; dimocratlc form of government' that Is dost to the cltiiin and '"\,/
Mrs. Winifred'D ean Curry, formerly :' provide a higher standard of service for the taxpayer) -:,,
of Miami and now of Detroit l I't
,. Mich., arrived in Miami i','
early Tuesday morning in orderto VOTE
attend the funeral of her cou : ,1,1a
sin-in-law, Harcourt Rolle. While ,(u L L
here MM. Curry'' is the house
guest of her sisters, Including Mrs. : \
Hazel ,Dean Aikens, and Mrs.-' ... r ,
.Flora Dean Iladley both of ; ,
Richmond Heights and Mrs': tk
Frederidca D. Wanza of Carver . .

Village IT'S A BOYI .,... ......' ;,' ::i\f;}\, : :: f;: :: \, Dodo (ON lioquo FEB.of MunlclpolltlisA IIounty P. t.
rri .
343 N. 3M
HM : Miami./ Flarldo Ft 7511
Mr; and Mrs. Jimmie "SaltPork" k\ l ;: \i;' A r ;;i'ffiy'i{,,)\,. .',,'i" il', ).,'1 1 ii' i\! ,
Reeves are the proud parents ' I ":" : j !)" : ,' ;:;I,;>:,,\, ", : .'.(, of a baby bo.wrn' last \ .
Tuesday 2 ounces.(Weighing J mnJe. 9 Adair.pounds is and the ; } III;;'i lei .

name. ,Mother and. baby 'are' doingnicely t t'j "T"J ,! THE J

Mrs. Reeves is the former Mary : : '
r Alice' Barnes of Marianna and .< SCUAFFHE'R': f 'O""ES i
graduate of Florida A and M ,
University. 'Jimmie produces
shows nightly at Caie Society.- '

-, _- -*, OFFERYOU
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Jlenry ,Anderson, 157000 NW .. r ,
157th if. rd. it ill at the Mt. 3-bedrooms .. 2 Tile Baths i Formica Kitchen Large l

81t ai 'JJo lt.&L Friends hope for Two nationally known career. inlaid with jewel-like squares 1 Utility Room Built in Storage Closets In each rBedrooni
his.early recovery. of emerald and blue satin.
.. women get' together to intro- green
1 L_ ; Tile Roof 27 ft. Carport- 50 ft. frontage
duce New Pet Instant' Nonfat
Garth. Reeves,:managing ed- NewPet.Instantwas recently
itor of the 'Miami Times Dry Milk with a fashion creation introduced nationally and is a
on Monday from a ,business- inspired by Pet Milk Company's new"sparkle and vitality beverage 3311 N. W. 49th St.

trip to Washington and New sparkle and vitality high in protein and low in .
York. beverage: calories with a flavor more refreshing .

touise Protnrp (left), Pet than; fresh whole milk." .. Open Sa't. knd Sun. 1 to,5 p.m. +r
.Mrs. Florence Cooper NW 17th home economist models a- for Mist: Prothro has been' a
eve., has been on the sick list for t mal dining and dancing gown home economist with Pet Milk :
two weeks. Friends hope she will created by Verlie Morrison 'Company for the past five yean $1,500 Cash f-Z Terns r

soon be better.. (right). frew York dress and received her Masters Degree -
designer.Mrs from Columbia University. Also ,
Mrs. .
Helen L. Smith of Colorado -
formerly: of Miami- arrivedon : ProuWs gown is, an She has appeared on numerous
radio and television programs 1 Lot SO x 142 ft.-N.W. 67th Street near 27th Ave.
Wednesday evening as the emerald green silk satin sheath *
house guest of her sister and with r circular ovenkjrt of the and has conducted cooking I
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. same material.The draped over. school and demonstrations for ,e .,
Chris Wardiam, 6859 NW 17th Pet Milk Company and leadIng ' .
,skirt dip from the waist in the '
Other Locations For'SalcCall
Also and Lots
ave. front to the hem-line at ,the national publications ,

back and reveals Us emerald. throughout the country. 'I, .
.lining delicately edwftb blot Mrs. Morrison was born to.Montreal bar or, Night .
JABBERWOCK ehantiDy lace. To add,*- tsote and has studied pith I t M.w II
of interest, the designer 1 has CUDOBS French and Italian do HI 6-2359

February 10, 1958 caught up the OTerHoh at the signers. Studios ofVerlle'Orip-are I ... . Jack Schaffner
waist with a briffitat rhJae- Jaah lac located at 2 west '+ L' 4
Northwestern Audits riuwa f. done pin..Ths veJret peoft art 86th Street io New York:



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t nlTh lAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" \
NAACP Asks .Court

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t PAGE', 14 to Void $100,000. Fine .

Washington (ANP) Con- Issued a restraining order againstthe I A
Association at the behest ofState'
tending that the NAACP had '
I CARDS4'&L been illegally ousted from Ala- Attorney General John

I' .. t" bama and fined $100,000, Robert Pattersan.
I ,Fi\ .... , s L. Carter, the Association's general The state charged the NAACP
as ,an
. 4 counsel on Thursday asked with failure to register
a ,CARD OF the United States Supreme but.of-state corporation. How-
' -. Ceo t Court to set aside the-tine and an ever, (when the Association 'offer
p- '' >>I", The family o Alabama court injunction restraining ed to register, although claiming
CL .the NAACP from oper- exemption as a non-profit corporation
>dcni Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whltkiy 6 Yr%Old
we'F wish to exte: ating in that state. solely engaged in interstate eSProof Ancl.ntA('Dlst.Co..FrankfortKy.
let r it was not permitted .
tributes, coramerv.;
Argument on the case, the outcome .
yeast N'donation ofreavementjpent ', of which may determine tq do so.
last Tsursday and Frlr a picture and did a bangup job of the future of the NAACP in Ala- For refusal to submit its mem-
;!% Ten. Johr at' the Roger Smith Hotel in singing and acting She got strong bama and in other southern bership lists in comtxliance) withan Expert PaintingAND
t .,, / Church,ashington, D C. in a trade pow support from Josephine Premice states, 'was t>eun in the Supreme order by Judge Jones, the
,'.j.jera, I I&ow !with editors and publishers and Augustine Rios, 10-year-old: Court on Jan. 15 with a reviewby NAACP !was held in contempt and DECORATING
; from the nation's leading weekly moppet. Just couldn't visit the Carter of the constitutionalissues fined $100,000. The Alabama "*
Ota .' : a city without, going to Radio City involved. State Supreme Court refused Large and Small Jobs
It J ,"" businnewspapers.conference withy the Music Hall. Their holiday ,stage He traced the development of I either to dissolve the injunction
for newsmen giving serious thoughtto show is still, playing to capacity the case from: the surprise move or lift: the fine"Drive NE 4.1857
The rising costs in production and audiences, and wwill continue until by :Alabama 1 oh .June 1, 1956,
Elem '. declining d/culations. It was the Easter. On'screen was "Say pora" when, without prior notice to the --, 6828 N.W. 18th Ave.
beau$ ', first I've attended that the National with Marlorj) Brando, real top NAACP, Circuit, Court Judge Carefully!
cake wa i ,Newspaper' Publishers Association flight entertainment. Also caught Walter B. Jones of Montgomery 1w.A..A..A.J.A..A.

flows ;[ did not have a full entertainment the'show at the Roxy where they .. .. .. .
the, c .calendar lined up for presented a dazzling tee show on : : ft.'Q(. ."':J(".A.""" "'''' '''''Y''''.'t"Y.. ..............VJ'......A..A..A..c..A.!' V TZ1..1""Y5l5........................... .................__........_ '.
the P the evenings after the business stage. The hard-hitting movie
radioof sessions. "Peyton Place". was the screen

from cei ,/ Meeting in Washington gave usa fare.' Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT

chance to sound out both par- There were many 'other placesI
sAlese vParen' ties on their attitudes toward con- wanted to go and people I OR CALL. TODAY. . PL 7-1645
tinued progress in civil rights wanted' to se, but oh, that Yankee .
Leader legislation. Committees called on weather. thought Washingtonwas -
bad when; I encountered .70 M1 fli3a
two bt. Senators Lyndon Johnson, Democrat -
Mrs, ( Senate majority leader and degree temperature there. But arriving -
4fa C-0 ..William Knowland, GOP Senate iA New York .I found four
Thin .minority leader. Last Thursday inches of snow on the ground and
gram 17* night we were guests of the Cap- before I left Sunday night the
day 'ce> 1 ital Press Club ata; dinner meet- mercury had ,dropped to 10 above.I .
other I i 4"when
tty i, Republican played the New York weather
cheap bK.going therein a topcoat .
gatt Meade Akorn who made
man ,
but I got wise real .fait.
Mary I f j 'darn'good speech. ; '
with a Early; Friday morning I went to
showu1'each \ , It was real nice to renew acquaintances Klein's on 14th st and bought an
o| 1$" '.: with Bill Walker of overcoat so Jack Frost and I
j J the Cleveland Call-Post, John could' be at least ,on even terms.'
to Our ,': "' Kirkpatrick of the East St. Louis News 'of the "unusual weather" I
cessful be a .; ,, Crusader, Frank Thomas of the here in Miami is all over New
I Mobile Beacon, John Sengstacke York. Everyone laughed at me "'
| ',: of 'the Chicago Defender, Emory when I. complained about the that' Et' <
and dW ,,', cold, saying Miami'couldh't be
to Jackson of the Birmingham.
schools.Thbse and. i.croups >', I: World and many others. 1 much wanner since all the tour-
ists '
are leaving there.
;j. (Had dinner Friday night with
tendingconcerns I Edythe; and Charlie Wars at their
Illinois Ave. home. Charlie
commit .. / "I, Edythe 'will ,drive, down next 'No,More Homework'The
m. '/ week to spend two wears between
Thank ", the Florida Keys and Hialeah newly organized Humanities .
and frie' Park The Wars drove ,me to 'the Club, sponsored by Thomas .i I WHY PAY RENT ? ,,' Jii
PTA mer' airport /where I hopped a plane R. Papino, instructor in English _
those pas f :: for the half hour ride to Newark, at Northwestern High, will present -
yet bt iber from where a cab took me to the for your'pleasure, "No More ..
the Tat Statler. Hotel on 33rd St. in New Homework," a comedy drama in ,UNBELIEVEABLE BUT TRUE
iAi is | \, York. 3, acts, -on Tuesday night, Jan. ,28
8 pjni r at the ,Northwestern school audi \ NEW CBS HOME $795 DOWN
rum No'sooner 'bad t checked in I torium. Admission, students 50c," i
:,,,,; called my brother-inlaw; 'Bob and adutos 75 cents. Curtain time ONLY ONE MONTHLY PAYMENT, LESS THAN' RENT

: 3UNB, joint Young in, Harlem and we Harlem took in being every is 8:15 p.m. The public is invited. Beautiful 3-bedroom, living room, dinette, formica kitchen, tile path

Mrs C pretty big place this lasted until a. and roof.. Builtin features, extra large closets, jalousied windows,,
Mrs. ''N! 4:30: am. Our first stop 'was at utility and many other features. On large Rainbow Park lots Near bus

Ium a! ,s Well's newly remodeled night My Neighbors new schools, churches and shopping. No closing costs, no red tape
posts of i 1
week cpet spot.down Joe he'll be"driving move right in. Truly oday'S best buy in lovely fast **<> ing commun.
tional Tbine next month. After taking in sty SEE TODAY. I I .. '
the Shalimar; 'Small's Paradise I'
elenc (which Joe Small doesn't ,cwgi ,
tahomaKans.i t? anymore),"< Count Basle's,. 121, HANDY MAN'S BREAM NEW AREA NW 17TH AVE.,
an* Dexter's, Jock's; the Casbah, i
We We have
ported a ended, up at Sugar tay'.. One $495 DOWN ta large selection of CBS
tot were spot we visited really. Impressed 2 and 3 bedroom homes in ,this
xuaparathUiamJ. me. It was Carla Corner on II' ij Brown Sub, 2-bedroom ,on huge lovely new area priced to sell.

Thnember Broadway\ at 150th st.' A real jj ;lot. Total price only $5,750. A little Paved streets, city water, near

wide CoutWednesd ti: classy doorman spot, maitre'd with sensible and prices candlelight -a I work- will make a nice home. EZ ,,- everything. Terms.. Call for- appointment

The place> really. has atmos-. ., terms. Call now. ,to see.EDISON.
rat semen Phere. j .
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ides for dp Saturday afternoon we caught 1- "J v r v V .J GORGEOUS'NEWCBS CENTER
R ecord hop ) the musical eomedy show "Ja ,"B d case of creeping par- Like 'New 3-Bedroom CBS
pupils maica;" with Lena Home and RIcardo 1I alrsisbrourhtonby too mud $1,895 DOWN FURNISHED
: day: + Montalban at the Imperial I socialism and ,Lovely 3
creeping creep Three 'bedrooms years new, 3 bedrooms,
The Theatre Lena still large
eacher sect is as pretty as ln.. Inflation living room, large living room, combination kit.

eduledaren1s separate dining room, formica chen, tile.bath, barrel tile roof
ale H kitchen, 2 'tile baths, ,tile roof, .inside closets, utility, front porch ..

act they to ''kt TV SICK ? : |! utility] picture' ,-' enclosed garage, large l lot, dty,

H r window water, hardwood floors
S '; .J ," ' ; carport, porch and many paved
The PTAro I ;} other features. Very good N.W. streets, well landscaped, near

( Ihi Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.' !< location. Reasonable terms to good everything. Reasonable' down pay-
1 pr X I fl people. Do it now J ment. Good terms. Only] a few in

g throufbLeoiJSg< .. SAME DAY SERVICE this beautiful area,'call.,

re are rif ALL MAKES ALL MODELS : ,

her wbo'a perk PA I Picture Tube Spec;.' Opa Locka FOR GOOD Carver BUYS IN Ranches 2 Stores Liberty- down City plus 2 three J

PierceteacherJ' I / \ 17-inch-$22.95 : W. Hollywood Dania oed apts. up

"a :loaeea ". 21-inch-$29.95 I Hallandale v 2 Story CBS plus lot 85x115
t LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN : as low as $495 down.. EZ terms zoned bus
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,'- Used 17 inch TV-Good condition $39.95 I I Cash Quick' for Your Lot or Acres -

RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service .! . ,_

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