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Publication Date: February 8, 1958
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ROUSE CYNTHIA ,PATRICK,. BROWN LARRY move. the against solidly up years.:> Ga. ,Albany ,Ave Residence 607' same the at o'clock' 4 t at relatives. other,

:- ., .. - 1- 11- .... I lined, 'commlss1oners fellow tins i nine for admitanee gain to tryng .is address home Prime's' -afternoon Monday .on held be win. several and daughters two Jr
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including
lPAMELA.TtT 1* ?ill--TTeg'1'J f- Primo E. Quentin Fr-
I bonds. and stocks, and property been has he which to school law church.F services Funeral morning .Monday, -
sons two by survived Is Primo -
of acquisition income all list Florida of University all-white
& &}*# #* I o'clock' 10 at Albany in church Fr. Delray in Church Episcopal
to them require would which the to Hawkins admit to order
his at Primo Fr. sung.or! and Matthews St at \priest: former
-policemen all to qnestionaires. mit temporary denied ruling The Washing- Evans'Ruby Mrs.
sub Evans A. E. Manager; City DeVane. Dozier Judge Federal -daughter one *JiXX ,Greensboro said be will requeim of mass A A home. his at morning. .. Tuesday
r : : !! that proposed had payoff by ruling 28 Jan. a reverse Evansof'George Dr. and Defense on suddenly] died Ga Albany;
-receiving were policemen, some that Orleansto New at Appeals of Court of ,Secretary the to Aide Civilian ago.--weeks few I in Church, Episcopal John.J St of
prove to sought who mayor The U.S. fifth the. asked! has. Hawkins ,C James, sons two by survived 'a only died wife Prime's' Fr. vicar Sr Primb E. Quentin Fr.
Virgil TALLAHASSEE\ is Evans Mrs. years. many for
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Wed' on. commissioners other nesday.four RULING Dies PrImo f. Q. Fr.
:4c.PiiIPircc: I the by blocked was years 10 past
the for department police'( the OF REVERSAL
I membersof individual of earnings
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on records detailed get to ASKS HAWKINS '
# -.-,. t; -attempt Hlfh's& King Robert 23. through 9 February from College Holyoke.
S L, Mount at student exchange an be to selected was

'S, Stymied Probe Payoff .Colleges.She abd Universities American in Students
k Among Who Who's for selected also was Patricia
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at Attempt in College Holyoke Mount to College, Bennett Mass.from Boston

rk f -t student exchange an be ,to selected \tfas! \ School ,.High Dorsey
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officiating.Mayor's Pierce school the when Washington T Leonard. Mrs. and of daughter Hopkins :Patricia
I t tV:SMITH BELINDA AUSTIN I Sophia Mrs. by sponsored Rouse Rev. the with :Home Funeral Booker of department elementary I! f-M .;; -

I c ,... ... .... _-----.r. -'" Cynthia ;McMinn, Lacy Mrs..) by McGuire the of direction the the of principal: as served later
x sponsored Patrick Pamela ;Hall under Washington in Church tist She School. Elementary Douglas lived husband her and she where
Phyllis Miss by sponsored; Smith Bap- Berean the at o'clock' 11 at present the of site the, on located! area Miami the .in,known Well ,
..Ann Belinda ;;Co- Insurance morning Friday held were Evans was which School Elementary. C. D. Washington, n
<:.Lit Atlanta of Jones,, Lee Gecrgia Mrs. for services Funeral Washington old the of principal. NW St Quincy: \ 445 home, her
; Mrs by sponsored Austin Sharon Elementary.; Dunbar of } time "one at.was Evans at Wednesday on died Church
P :include contest the far 'Bibles, -principal as while -short for served grandchildren.Mrs. ,Baptist Zion Mt. of pastor former-
!latex She department. elementary andbree Mississippi, of Vanado virs.\ I ,R.aEvans J. Rev. late the of wife
it. 49th: NW 2741,: at group" an had and 1327 In opened first sister a C D. Washington. or 4m: I Evans Carmichael. Lillie: Mrs. .
the 'by) built being Center


: ; -contestcom-Community completion their the.the'Brownsville from In toward conditions Proceeds used the munity.be of better, will l.C. ,Wash. I ii; Dies Evans C. Lillie Mrs.i .

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J''It Z4 to much done has that bod7' dvie

N strong a Association t-*21stI 221W *at protection. police getting quest- being is sanity 'Hagins' .
& ? ; ;Improvement 1fe s Brow the of members lire children other tyro have. who -believed is and for asked has He law.
t !'are contest the' of Sponsors' Wells Mrs..) and, Mr. said. -informer.an as exposed, being since .I the with straightens. he .as soon!
7t 7 pastor. ,. -authorities hospital; adventure brief life his ,of fear in is Hagins as away far far. address
aTay..h. Richardson. his during for cared well been triaL pending -another have will he doubt no that -
D. E. Rev.. .Brownsville.in Church had He Wednesday. am. 1 about bond )$250( $ on free is 'Hagins' him for hot so are Things year.
l'.i vle Baptist Antioch at program cal at ,ave 14th NW 6306)( Center present At newspapers. local the past the during addresses many I
:! musi- a with Sunday on o'clock' -Community\ Square Liberty the of and police the, mayor the to oing as and jobs,, .different six !least:
three at close will Association porch'front the on the/child/ found -.spin been has he yarns sundry at hasliad policeman military -
1 1SHARON, Ward Gray and Cohen G. Frank and various of because loned impersonateda he when was ; '
Improvement
II) public. .the 'to open and| Whitehead, Mable Mrs.. by sored;: Brownsville the officers police Two evening. thelaw with brush last whose gins
{ v !charge' of tree is projram. spcnThe Brown Larry and Rouse bj sponsored contest baby Tuesday him: with place 1st NW : : ::: L:;i4' Ha- back. sets the get to, went
Hospital Christian of out ed he when gun a with owner
Sunday Baby.Contest Association Broumsuille 1218 walk- somebody after Wednesday threateningthe and Sept. last Co.
I IThe her to/ restored. son 3-day-old>< 'Trading Ideal 'from sets TV two
her had z.22 Wells Isaac Mrs. renting with charged is I
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charge.Hagins larceny grand a on day
April mid be Wednes- Court Criminal to over", .
should which conference .trbl pr ;1
UnhurtMayor Returned Baby' Stolen bound was investigation numbers
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case March: the the order after Liebs trill Judge to win .. current the in Herald Miami .!
Wgh
The and l Robert Mayor
-;appeal to decide sehcol the Unless
for sellers exposed and numbers :
trial e ;. -
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and disposition'further for Miami:. Case the.advancement for Negro. one, and colony Cuban po- Miami charged which group bought who 1.21% Hagins Lamar -
to back matter the sent which, GravesJr E- G. attorney NAACP the of one group Rican Puerto Rican Puerto a from plaints ,
Orleans New at Appeals! ;* 'Court> by submitted -motion denied the of representative, ;Dubbin com- to listened commission)( the
Circuit S. U. Sth the to dismissal Judge' the time: SIDe. the Albert Judge Municipal senior after on agreed 'was action I
second the after appealed I was Jr.At Theodore ;,;Headley: E. Walter Chief Police Charges Larceny on Jailed Informer
case the Choate C. Emett Judge son his of behalf in Gibson: DuBreuil George Commissioner Wednesday.The
Federal by dismissed Twice Theodore RoV. the by filed, : City Sanish-; include Cnm-tOQ-OI1** ? 'City Miami,.V the
complaint the dismissing\ nent iudg. will_ committee the qf Members by upon agreed was ,
7t 7 March summary for board l school the unfairly.] -minority.groups of rights civil'\ the protect ,
-3 3pm.pretrial for a down at application tct conference' trial early of request- ft denied Ueb. Judge, .. countrymen' treated.Its had lice to committee a of Formation PAGES SIXTEEN 1958 8 FEBRUARY SATURDAY'! S ,FLORIDA ,MIAMI 24 No. ,YEAR Elh$

renew to \right* the action ;1658.1 June -
.their\ ,
the la J cotnplaintatA associated tn filed. wu suit Tht court. enl' Formed be to Committee Elll la 1Kntim.'Nee et Mounter Tcapom ;T -
fed "In Jury' J-mejriber a befort -
tad Gibson Mr. Rtv. the runted ; -
litigation' controversial: the In April to sometime trial to eerae I .
Minority
Groups
sled three of order second A .to suit intefratloa school county's' '
j calendar. 1 trial !court the en *Did! for Tbmday, way: the paved
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TJKE MIAMI TIThe' People. Newspaper" Dade. County Civil:

>AGE,2, ; SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, ..1958By

..".-.r .....,r.. a .... .... Service. ExaminationCivil '
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!I mil Service Examinations will a
be held at the Dade County Per-
sonnel Dept., 2600 West flakier '
. Richmond Heights Flashes St., during the next two weeks
for Social Workers, accountant
clerk, and life guard. ,
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Applicants for social work may 4a, '
... II" = k_ .- apply from 8 a.m, to 4:30: pan. '':''s I4 ''r

MAIITTN ELEMENTARYCongratulations well or feel better. Go In to see Tuesday through Friday. The
to Prtodpal W. him 8t 14960 Jackson street. closing date is noon' Friday, Feb.
White aad his wonAerfal staff tor I 13, and the written exam will be
and on Feb. 21, 9 a.m. ,Applicants
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the fine worfc being done la our Mrs. Sam Montgomery '
community. Last wecfc'Uke school of 13943 Monroe St. are proud to i must be college graduates with
honored vtsB from Mrs.. major in any of the social set-, '
was V y a : report that their little daughterhas ;
Frank :Martin, widow :trf Drank C. ,successfully undergone an ences. Male pr female between
Martin, founder and,donor: erf the operation at Homestead Ar| Base 23-45 may apply' The starting
salary is $282 and the maximumThe
ground upon wkkfc Ufc* teftatiful Hospital and will be at home Ina
school rests. She brut books. few days to her family\ and '
for the library xrtiick *$ere graciously friends. ... 1$8 closing\ da e for a t l1ca- I
; ,received by: toe, principal.. I for accountant! clerk is

Please take note thai' dasccfi In GOO MEETING The Ground Feb. 12 and the written examination
Spanish, clotb&& art and Observer Corps headquarters will is on February 19, 91
church mhisic will'bta coon. In. be at 14601 Lincoln Blvd. The I I a.m. Male who are high school
quire at school oClco tor ttppll- or, public gatherings will grads with one year of full time
cations,, Coming BOCA' will be a continue at Youth Center AU I experience as bookkeeper may
show presented by' stedeotd, of adults and high school :pupils are apply/ "Starting salary is $256
Mays High School A Winter asked to attend a program and and the maximum is $328.
Wonderland Rod ,sad; RolL movie and meet the new super- The deadline for ''upplcatlonsfor r
Date announced lat .
ar ,
visor. life guard was Feb. 5, and the
GREATER Ali Lost Sunday The Phythlan Cadets'and other examination takes place on Feb.
was high connnsaaJon day. organized; groups are asked to 12. Applicants must be highschool
Hundreds communed, and heard meet With the Corp. The general graduates, '.21-35 years,
two great sermons by fee pastor,, public is called to meet next five feet nine and not more than
Rev., S. A. Cousins, a :great Thursday night at 8 p.m: at six feet four must have valid '
preacher and a learned, theologi Youth. Center. Social hour follows American Red, Cross Senior Lifesaving ,
an.' Two great choln tod ocgjualst programs'and movie. Let's Certificate. Starting salary
Henderson did great credit foe became "Air Mindtd'' and MtBo. $296 maximum $328. "The Bunche Park Elementary "Dental' Health for Children.! Dr.
God and humanity* . prepared" for any emergency School PTA? culminated its, an. ,Kenneth Sands and Dr. Ben Atkinson -
J Idle Hour Art and nual Mr. and Mrs. PTA Contest were quests.
tVORY JOHNSON! ILL We All members of Greater Bethel with Howard Coachman 'and ,Mrs.
visited, gave help, had prayers' .AME Church in Richmond Heights Social ClubThe :Evelyn ,Tynes being crowned as
with this fine yoine' rasa whois are requested to see Captain Tay- Mr,. Wand Mrs. PTA of 1957-58.
very W and needs.mt ksoocU- lor before the third 'Sunday rally. Idle Hour Art and Social Mrs. Agnes McCoy, Mrs. PTA of What .h. .
Club held its usual tea on Sunday, 1956-57 had the distinct honor of I .
tion which helps( the tick to get I Any friends wishing to help areSPECIAl1 S
Jan. 26 at the,Allen's Chapel. The crowning., ,I
program was very inspiring. ., At 'this meeting Dr. James .
The members wish to express White Was guest speaker, topic 9Q'T : '
their appreciation' to the persons :
'' who appeared 'on the program and .. '\
to the ,public for attendance.Mrs. I ,
NOTICE' Florence Allen, Pres i \
Miss Valencia Farrington, Leaders Help Solve The Problem

reporter

THANK: YOU Pledges Kept '' \

TO READERS Of THE ,MIAMI TIMES ,, ,
The pastor, officers and members ,
"Upon request a report will be mailed, FREE,' published
of Trinity Wesleyan Meth- I
JUST ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK
by the AFRO-AMERICAN .
odjit Church wish 'to extend as a result of their Independent in
'vetlQatr' of the town of MIZPAH' between Philadelphia and
,thanks to' the pastor, officers and
//Complete Freight Carload members 'of MU.Olivette Baptist Atlantic peace and Ctty contentment N.J. *** for the'' people"j : Who want to live', |In, '

Church, also Temple 'f"" ;
BIGGEST' BARGAINS Church for the assistance rendered jO 3uopleeJa 'u.eu"'r, 'H 'M '+0 o; ptlp'lci uolg4vii 'N
to us in time of need. Thank the B.T.U. Sunday School_Congress(and other outstanding '.ad.
you thrice and may God's blessing ers that he will extend the reduced prices for a limited time at
'test with you. his huge development. .
,
EVER'I'e
Mrs. Phyllis Andrew "
'- secretary N. Rathblott, owner. and developer. of the town iof MIZPAH,
Rev* George E. Johnson, whole well, known to millions of people throughout the United
Here While: We Unload ' pastor States, and, the only man of his race, was honored with a life'memb'erehlp
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) to the National
Baptist Convention of America' ,
B e Fiat'-' Get The ,Best Bargains St. Luke BaptistS Conventions.Inc. and accorded' with' membership to Various Baptist State1, '

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nsors Tea MODERN CUSTOM BUILT HOMES /
SA1fE MONEY The pastor land members ,of St. '
you ; Luke. Baptist Church are inviting FINANCED BY F. IL A. ,

the general public to attend a BUILDING LOTS AND FARM PLOtS .
1200 ,[solid 'IOOOPaln: : Fashion Review! and, Musical Tea HI ,H, DRY, LEVEL ,AND RICH SOIL
Brand New Mea's Socks 10,000 Pieces: : on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 9, from .
Women'.;liat Sport Shirts of AssortedChildren' 4"to 6 o'clock. The setting will bat .? This growing town, MIZPAH, already has factories stores,
the,home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy 'churches,'schools, electric (lights telephone, railroad,etatlonand '
Underwear. Costume C.'Brown, 7000 KW 13th we., bua.service and hat been endorsed by the largest Religicus'and'Pratnal .. '
StfOES Swea ,Liberty! City organizations such as: ",*
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.,,. Jewelry .
'Now f".1.._._... a r THE NATIONAL BAPTIST CONVENTION. OF "*
rOQKetbool .
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69c to $.... Cues ,34c welcomed to contribute that we AMERICA INC. \ x "-: ;

sLeets 1.59' can cover our quota. THE GRAND LODGE OP THE ELKS; .
SLIPS '1.29 FLATWARE THE. B.T.U. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS AND.
,: Plow 'Pots $ Pens HOME VALUES Among the THE AMERCAN LEGION,,JAMES REESE EUROPE I
Blankets
Blouses 1.79 Dishes, homes for sale Taylor's Realty POST No. 6 OF WASHINGTON, D.p. ,
Sweeten Bed' .. has one newly decorated in, ,out,
Spreads ,'1,'19 Large CaUf;, top two bedroom on Monroe Stone The above named organizations have already, secured prop
N1ghta Towels Plates Now three bedroom with caxtport, erty,*. w.II'a. thousands of Individuals, ;located throughout the
Brassieres ,6 for $1.00. two three bedroom homes'with.. four corners of thla United States. The ,Afro-American Home'
out carport and lots of your choiCeall Service League has also secured property In, Mlzpah. '
-r /I Household in'Richmond Heights. Also "
Crib Pads Goods oil I ,new and old homes In'NW section. Trees are already belngcleared' for_ a 1lsmlltlon dollar project
Hammers Over 1200 j Call CE ,3-4246 daily. the
Sheeb' for construction mora than one thousand homes,
Diaper Saws, etc. I stores, Industries, shopping center, ,within SO city blocks from,
Tooth paate' Ladies Dresses the MUpah Development. Another million dollar chemical
'Crawlers'
etc. NO MONEY DO.WHW.iLL'BUIUO plant within a short distance la already under construction.,The
Party ,Dresses Piss 'From 19cup ON 'V.OUR LOT reduced prices'and terms wlfl'sound unbelievable and amazing
b' 4 but I It la true.,If you are still In doubt, we can always refer YQu
Baby: Bonnets Combs, etc ,f f'ajamos *LL MASONRY MOWtS. to leader In your own city or'state and they will tell you that
2 OR 3ttOKOOM*
: Steel Wool Skirts from ,2Sc LIVING, 'ROOM' KiTCHEN' ,Rathblott can be trusted regardless'''If any one 'purchases! sight,

Socks, 39c JSeI' lb. ,t .'TILE BTHROOW, unseen. %
TILE rtooHs coMouftf.WfTH
N. Rathblott guarantees. to change the location' of lob of
i'L.ANS A WO SURVE* .
.iNCLU.DfcD- \equal ,value before a deed la given If'purchaser desires. .
'NEW MERCHANDISE I DAILY -
-, .. ONE MORTG-AGE MOVI IN :..PREVIOUS PRICES: :' I .

.' 'You'll Fmd' What YOU ,Want WILL H'vNO FtRST YOU'"T'Ke MONTH KEVrOH.THE $150.00 Now $ 7S.OO per lot ,';
PAYM.'ENT. OF $M.COCMEAPER'TKAN --
;At Low'' Prices RtfTN'O. $260.00 $125.00 per lot
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OTHER COST $400.00TERMS $200.00 per lot ", .
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,OPEN'' DAILY 9 to S's30-FRi & SAT., 9 to '9 vv'HifE OR COtOHEDWE ON BUILDJNG LOTS AS LOW ,ASi .

w SUNDAY 11 to.4t30Super WiI'l'lLD BUY fl OR.LOTS l DA ROOMS ;$2.OO down & $2.00( per'mo. on,each lot! .
A D 0 i < 'O* S A v.T t H Htm)N SA ,

Thrift Center 0D )!i''. W C O M P i (! A. T HJ nS'lVBLM For Mora'laformatba :.write.tot \

1 BUSINESS' t MIAMI BU Bf.A'nt.TiEK tAi N.( ,RATHBLOTT, & SONS COMPANY

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21' ,"."< 5". St. OFF MiAMI'A'VF4UE. AkAMINGO.4, & GIRARD AVES., .PHILA., .26,, PA., .

GArfieU 5-1103
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Attend 'Hi-Y I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY" 8, 19S& PAGE 3

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.ConclaveMore I '
gram ,in the high schools con.acme JABBERWOCKBslmSfr
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I than 250 teenage boys with developing shlgh ,
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and girls are expected to attend standards of Christian character 10, '1058
the State Hi-Y and Trt-SHUY among youths. '
conference Feb. 14-16, Franklin I, Northwestern Auditorium
D. Ross, program director of the
YMCA announced today. Book NOTICEWatch
.THE: AVENUE \
(2nd, that is)
I, once" the main drag where celeb- j" T. Washington High School Hi-Y Where is
< Club, under the leadership of rot the Fashionette and
I'" riti es were found and the entertalnment J Royal'20's Club \
capital for our ,area I John Dillard and John C Capers 'Baby Contest 04 I Beauticians' Unit .

\ ,where the spotlight focused on The Royal 'Twenty Club met clave.will servo The as theme hosts of tyr the the conference .con No 7 tp be held on Sunday Feb. 9301

its night spots, where you could Jan 26 at the-home.of Mrs.'Ada- is "Brothers in The of- 23, at the YMOA :F1&
1 find all the down boys and gals I belle Dunn. 210 Florida Ave. God." Eyes /
4; and such as much has changed J Ermatine Hilton, the president,
like,the chameleon. The once popular 1 presided.' Thu meeting was very The Annual Conference met in
canyon of entertainment has 1 Interesting. I Miami 2 years ago. At that time
I, been 'forsaken and the funseekers Officers -Avere elected on the Moses L. Perry, executive secretary
and celebrities have gone into the second Sunday in January and of 'the YMCA, served as
byways! .and highways idle l the installation ceremonies will. bq state president according to Mr,
Palms ,of Hallandale, the 27th \held on Feb:: '29 at 1 am.'at St. Ross. I I
Ave. Booker Terrace, 62nd. St. 3 Paul AME churchcor. Douglas I Consultants and group leadersof
Club Royal* the 75th Street Jim Road an4 Thomas' ave., Rev. C. J. the conference this year will'I'
,I Jam. Club>> and Bake" Famous II III Kelly Jr., pastor. Members of the include Charles LL' Williams, !I
I Corner?" where: ,fhe ,congenial Conrad club Invite you to their Installs Rev. S, A. Cousins, Rev. EdwardT
\ ;Farmer has made, the allI tion ceremony. Graham, Atty. ]Henry Arring-
Wtery the. 5 umst.most popular.PEBRUA4r' ton, Mrs. :Mable D. Thompson,
.. -L The regular meeting.will ,be Rev. C. B. Rock, YMQA secretaries
f 'I held' Sun'day, Feb.; 9 at the home throughout the state and
', 14th, ,follows, Is I o! MrsRo$&' JIalU;,18421 Polk other civic and professional
'/ + just around' the corner, one week I St, Richmond ,Heights_, leaders. x
*o 'be exact.: That special chick?' S. tlillsman, reporter HI., Y as,'a: YMCA club
', looking forward to this Valentine 1 ,. ,.. ': 4 Date, ,so be ready -. r Tae,MIRS : .INS Y .Y.... Y oGNMrA W
;} Club is presenting a Valentine ,
'.:"a I + Dance ,on the Uth In' .tie Fiesta Dignified Tyro; at its Bert .

Room of the May Elizabexh, ,,: STAR 'MEAT MARKET
A Night of Games is, on tab ,for CAROL Atftf Ai AR" ENtS,
J .... the 14th also. It is being sponsor;)
ed by the Ushers Club of H o 131 14100 N.W. '24th Co-irt Opa U>cW,
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a Redeemer Catholic Church. See N.W. r ,
1520 bind
Street
"Peola Red" Gaiter for partial 1 Bedroom and 2 Bedrooms .
lars. Door prizes will be , '
a giveaway FURNISHED OR UNFUIWtCD \ '
plus refreshments' and a fish I. \ ," ",
1 fry, for- a fee, of course. Adm. Is THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE Near,. Kwlk. ,Chsk Bwsa ', '
freebie.
a \ Tits; Baths fc',SAftWtra Playgrounds? ;;, "-
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THE SPORTSMEN (Squar BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY \ .
Circle) Complimentary Dance Fresh Heat Low'Pric
' !" bids are ,like gold. Their,recent l s Phone MU B-OQ17 Agent on Prenmes
affairs 'are so highly enjoyed un. .'
, Or Call Downtown Offkcs FR 3-8419 \
ill you Just got.to. know someone.to . .' ,'It.. .1.... . .1 ... .. . ?
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get invited Task 1w- -
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LfbCity Drivein returned
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from a two-day Grind
Bahama) visit, lie reports'the island -

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I' ,r ,THE LIBERTY: EIW- Lodge fc
I ,.; sponsoring a dance Friday night\ BLBN'DSlVlAN8HIP
j (the 1.ftbalnl!) at their, home :
on 18th ave.You'will ,dance to "
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,i the strains of Herbert Brown ands .

!\ House 10 pm.Rockers.The tariff The U fun, $1.00 begins. .at. One oj'a eeries on THE 'A iT l OF' BEING A GOOD>> wxiii ;, I

The Annual Kiddies, Fashionette '
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/: / will take place Sunday,' Feb. 23. ; ,I' :
;
t\I1 I The ladles of Beauticians Unit 'f

I Np. 7 1 is, sponsoring., Donation,,,50 '. \ :: ('I
,t cent* . The Ushers Guild of \. ,fz ff' 1", '1/ i' ,
: I '
the Church of the Jncarnation will ,.J A--I' . 'Jo..1!
sponsor! a Valentine Dance at the ;
I ,I parish hall the old church building , ) I .
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+ ) Feb. 14 beginning at 9 pin. : .... '
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?r I A 'L TEA 'Ia being .' ; "J \O{.' .. ,1 \

,.,' held Sunday Feb. 23/at the home I .
o, I ,
of Mr-r and''Mrs Wesley Culver. ; r Pr r d n ,."
'. You will sip with members of St .
Luke Baptist Church Another yr1 ', ,' .'
Musical Tea is set for the !,o"' ....
I.'. came date and is presented by the n r
Hospitality Social Club at the .,.; "'/' :"
Masodic Hall. Appearing in per- \ '\
l' \ I son will be the Dixie. 'Humming ,. ,.
\ \ Birds: Its fox Feb,;;7 *t that Ld ,. 1 Jf(
.: shoreman's }W ,-,i Drt.jttsil. ute J \
{ d big show with former entertainers I ..
\ of Cafe Society Feb."10. Musk r .
\ by Rufus Beacham ,and his new .
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". orchestra. JlmrnJe Reeves is presenting i"' 4.1/. : f ,. 'rr, ,." 'rte :. u'
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the fun.
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i ? 10. The theme for this year Is \ e .5 ,y II : >. .,,-
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best of luck and happiness to .I .."/You're =always rewarded. with vodka your Screwdrivers and Bloody
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mat to all at their Sunday.services t 11. Best of all, Gordon's Vodka-the Dto ef Vodka; to'your driak
at 0 am at the Martin .. amiable) intrudes. YouGordoa''I.
Elementary<< SchooL Special Instruction mx r-never your brand I

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1958 ............-...........................1 H I tcmber .Jf.JfIt to 1833 Niy 54th st More than
600 were present at the 11 a.m.
JUST BROWSIN'PAUL was a good fight at the'Miami service.; At 4 pjm. the Rt.rev.
Beach auditorium on Tuesday Henry I. Louttlt bishop of the
R. HENRY night ,when Jimmy Beecham of Diocese of South Florida con
........-.-..........--....... Miami met'Willie Vaughn of Los firmed a class of 35 candidates.
"Angeles.: Vaughn was the winner.
Oh my our Navy is still In bad The two Judges gave him 9994,
luck. We had hoped Vanguard for Bbecham ,and the referee by CORNER 8x109 landscaped.
would have become a companionfor 98-06. '
Explorer, not so, the Navy's Will build to suit Will fur-
OfflM *t 1111 JT.W. Third atom. ]llsrl. IrlowW&-Teiepbo.. FB I-MM second trial blew up and had to
Piss M 1141 !I. W. tlth **..._T l.pbc.. PL 4-01tl be destroyed. Better lOOk next There were 1,132,600 people nish financing on your lot
time, we hope. .employed in the State of Florida I
..t r.4 .. Read OIM Matter. Aalra.t 1. It.,. at the Port Offlr .t, during the year 197. And it wasa or mine. Cash paid for your
KI..... nrf4 ..... the act .f March 1. fete The weather has certainly record breaker:
M.Mb r .f the JTattoMl V,,,..*... rabU.be,. A..oel.tloa changed in Miami. This week we . lots or home. Baron JE
Momboe ., ... A..eI.ted N..... Pre.. had ice and frost when the mercury -I The congregation of the 81340.. '
hit 'an all-time. low of 27 Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
K. .. BroiSXDXD REEVES Editor degrees. r moved to a new place last jf -
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GARTH 0. BKJEYKe. ....H>t. Editor and BHB M Mossier i Sunday. The long orderly procession :
Your Browser has not learned headed by its own Junior Foster Home
gU11AcR1rTION RATER"' tONI I who kidnapped the one-day old brass band. Richard Barry, leader Finley's
THAU M.t r lIZ KQKTIIS $.... THREE MONTHS '1." baby boy from the Christian Hospital went from 17th ave and .69th st.BEAUTY PRACTICAL NURSE
on Tuesday. What a cruel , "
-CKKDO OV TUB NEGRO PRESS" act. The infant was found on I
THK NEGRO PBX88-Mto .. that America ran bet lead ttrcai .' world! Wednesday a.m.: and returned to on two lots, cow LIVE 'IN'OR OUT
rarlal sod .AtoMl ..........* when It accord to every man retard- its parents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
lees .t rose eIor .r w.... fcto fcuuui and legal rlihU. Hatl.r .o min, far- Wells of 224 NW 21st st. ner, desirable location, 3* Phone Circle 7.9604
tug .. aaa--tia. N.*r. Pr... itrlM. to help eyer,'mss la-the firm belief that bedroom hardwood floor
The Grand Jury has indicted ,
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all mtm r hart M I.ag a* a r* held bark.
Clyde Mae Dixon for the first MILDRED FINLEY;
vanitorves 2901
garage,
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degree murder of Gill Gunson a
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK real estate broker on Dec. 24 last NW/ 43rd terr. Lots for sale.. 1035 N.W. 9jh Ave. '

MOKE COLD WEATHERWe year. Cash for your lots. Baron, Florida.City,- Fla..
Ole Satch Paige will be on the I .
had some more. cold weather this week. Wednesday mound for the Miami Marlins JE 1340. I
was a moat imasnal whiter day for Florida. Even in again this season. Mr. Paige will
oar own Miami everybody was talking about the frost on be in Miami next week. t -...............-.- -.......t5 -..-.atslsia ._,._............. D ,

automobiles, trees> frosa and everywhere. It was just
cold in the 20's evt places. Lamar Hagins who worked with \
temperatures reported
some City Mayor; High in purchasing 'JAN'S RESTAURANT
The freeze naturally damaged more vegetables, suchas numbers and giving information
there were, aosd continued to Increase the number of jot much publicity when"his pic- X
unemployed migrant workers. That means more suppliesare ture appeared in the dailies; ,but Inc. ( "- .
needed. he knew it would' hurt him. On

South Dade tomatoes suffered heavily. Thousands of Wednesday Constable Rogers arrested -
him on a grand larceny OF MIAMI BEACHNOW
tiattle have died as a result of repeated freezes.In charge. Rogers said he had been
addition to government supplies, the United Fund looking for him since last Sep-
Migrant Relief Committee and private individuals are OPERATING THE

helping.
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ELECTION POSTPONED NOW AT THEPopular Mary Elizabeth
This is the week ve intended telling how we were
going to vote next Tuesday. Yes or No. We were already

1 at opr typewriter when we got ,the news' that Judge _
George Holt had postponed the February 11th electionon Restaurant

Dade,County'a new+ Metropolitan government for a .
period of 90 days The Circuit Judge ordered the delayso JIMJAM ,.'
that the Supreme Court of Florida can decide if the

proposed change to constitutional. Hot pastrami. .fried chicken, shrinips. ,teAk,

This delay Stows! 'down things according to Metro 'chops, blintze .souse, chitterlings and breakfast i i

County Manager 0. W. Campbell.The \
amendment to the charter seeks to keep thq .
county from interfering with functions of''th@ 26 munici .

palities, it is claimed.

Metropolitan supporters claim it would cripple the OPEN '24 HOURS ..

new government. .
The Dade League of Municipalities claim a strong CLUB
folowing, but Dade County has already voted for the Free. birthday, cake for birthday. parties with/ six '

Charter and with! the present 'support, an election will be or more persons with reservations only- ,

mighty interesting. JI, *
We supported the Charter. We have listened to both 1900N.W.75thSt. MARY WILSON, HOSTESS '

sides of the iargz Dent, we see no good reason why we ,

should change our opinion.We Phone PL 9-865jl 10'- II .... .
would still like to see the County and the City',! .-

' get together and work out a satisfactory solution, 'with \ .. .
out wasting another $85,000 of the taxpayers money to BlancheGalloway '" , 1"

hold another electkln.t "\ '
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Atty. George Obeli, representing the League of .
Municipalities said be would go ,before the Supreme".Court ,, )..... .\;' :- ., ....... .
on Friday in an attempt to force the election on 'next "f j.I, ",',,y ".0/" ,. 1 ; I
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Tuesday. '. t.
It is doubtful he will have sufficient timo to obtain 'ANNOUNCI'NGCatholic ,
Presents
Proudly
such an order. 1 .
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/ A'7STARSTUDDED .
MRS.,L C. EVANS Services S
Mrs. L. C. Evans, widow of the late Rev J. IVEvana, REVUE > ';'. f
a former castor of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Miami,

died in Washington, D.CL on Wednesday, February 5. ,, Richmond
'' Heights
Funeral services were held February 7, at 11 a.m, in FeautringEARL' ".. , I .

Washington. ,, f ..
Surviving are two sons, James C., assistant to the + Ii ...

Secretary of Civilian Defense at Washington; Dr. George ,i) r _

Evans of Greensboro N.C.; a" daughter, Mrs. George. JACKSON ..'. .. r ,,..' '- ,I
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Washington, two grandsons and a granddaughter. \"" '"k'"' .1. : ,. ;:, '
Mrs. Evlans was widely known in. Dade County. In > .... '. 1r < ,
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fact;, we look upon the Evans as Miamians. of "Porgy and Bess" ., vf' ;y'", I
Mrs. Evans was principal of the old Washington SINGER DANCERENTERTAINER \: '

School for many years and principal of the junior high DELUXE Mass will i be offered 1
department of the new Booker T. Washington School until every '"
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she retired.
She was a very \tamable person and was respectedby THUR., FRI., SAT., SUN Sunday in the caf torium of i

all who knew her. SJnce,the death of her husband she ADM. 50 CENTS, .

occasionally.spent long vacations in Miami. TABLES FREE ,Frank C. Martin School ,, \ \,

TIE REV. QUINTIN PR1MO \ \' /
News was rec hred of the death on Tuesday of the > Show Times I ., at 9:00 a.m. < "
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Rev. Quintin Primo Sr.. rector of St. John's: Church, Albany 10:30-p.no. and 1 "..m.Y '#.."." ?, . , --'' ,

Ga. Sat Shows. / ti : :\, :... { . .
Funeral services with a Mass: of Requiem: will be heldon 10:30 1:00: and 3:00 :"\' "..'.. \ " ,

Monday at 10 man. , Father Prime was well known in Florida, especially! Music by \ ,' .,' r*.*k. : .. .. .
.,on the East Coast For several years he was vicar of St. 1...,..'j. J .
Matthew's Episcopal ,Church, Defray: Beach, and was. in :1IMMYHINESAnd f
of several other Mission Churches. I ;0.
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Surviving are two sons, the Rev. Quintin Primo Jr., His Orche ra : : :
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The Beta Zeta Sigma: Chapter,'

By Rev. ,Ernest, Hutcheton Jr. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. THE MIAMI TIMES"The Peoples Newspaper"SATURDAY
will present its 15th annual Jab- f| I

On Wednesday eveningTeh,12, Beth n -Cookinan berwock on Monday evening, .
I the people of Miami ,will be privileged Feb. lOot o'clock In the North- FEBRUARY 8, $958, I ' PAGE 5

to see and hear pne 'of the' Choir Sings Here western High School auditorium, I .
,most outstanding young men, not located, at 7200 NW 12th ave. i' ----------

SundayThe The theme for this year's pro- the participants for the best Watch'For
duction is Jaibberwook Goes thatrlcal performances.. I
nationally famous Bethune- Theatre Participants include local I I Another Interesting feature will GRAND OPENING
Cookman College IntercollegiateChoir elementary Junior and senior be the crowning of Miss Jabber-

will be presented, at Eben- high school groups and several, wock and the Jabbcrwock Prin. PICOlF Food Stores
eze; Methodist Church Sunday, fraternal organizations. cess.. 4 QUALITY FOODS
,1,1 &m. I Tickets may be purchased from !
Scenes from some of the most AT A PRICE
This 30-voice choir has gained any Delta Soror. : .
national fame on 'the coast to outstanding movies, such! as "The IN A HURRY
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coast radio network on the United' Caine Mutiny "The Ten Commandments : 15025 N.W. 22nd Ave.
Negro College Fund choir hour ," "The King and In"
each Sunday morning over the "The Tenth Avenue I \ Drive Carefully! : Opa Locka

ABC radio network. They have "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue"and ,
appeared on television and have "Pajama Game" will be reproduced I
been acclaimed q* the outstanding ,by the above mentioned'iro At
HomeCookedBuster's
For MeftlP-EAt
college choir in, the country. ,: \'!;!. Prizes \vllLbe. awarded, to Tasty, .

Singing at Bethune-Cookman ,
College has been one of the great Kitchenin
traditions of this institution resenting every major department
eo founded by,the late Dr. Miry I of the college, and nine States ofi ,', '
'" McLeod Bethune, as the story I i I the Union with the Department of Baker's a Famous, Cornej-
goes, with one dollar and fifty Music contributing. the majorityof J
DR KING cents five littunrirls and faith in members. 4 '
Buster Collie Prop..
God. Many outstanding musicians Thomas P. Demps/ a" graduate ,
only of the United of I I .
States but Bethune t
have been developed this institution of and former member'
the world. I am referring to the, while taking an active- of the De Paur Chorus of New Specializing in Souse Peat'and Rice and Boiled .Fish
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, part in the singing group. I York City is in his fourth yea'ras
B.D, ,Ph. D. 1957-58' conductor 6901 N.W. 15th Ave. Liberty
The edition of the Be of the choir. Elliott City
At the early age of, 27 years, ,..
thune-Cookman Collew Con 'i Scavella tenor of Miami, is a '
Martin Luther King was already .
Choir consists of 30 singers rep- featured soloist.
d doctor of philosophy and had
wen world recognition ,as one of -- ,- -,- .. ...... .

the foremost young men of the
20th century -
tHe will live in the history of v _vI .

the Negro race beideDookcr, T.
Washington, Frederick Douglas,
M'fVTeod Bethune, etc.
\ Ills courageous and monumental -
stand. Montgomery, ,Ala., $1& t
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d.-: he bus strike' has and
will in the years'to come, serve
as an inspiration to all men of

good. will and human,compassion!
He wears the 'her 's crown.not r
merely ,for the success of his effort -
but ,because he arose about
,, ;. bitterness and rancor in a, most ;tt} rN

( crucial and testing period of his .,
life. It was during this time '
when the moving finger of des ,
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tiny had touched his life and v. ,
marked him for immortality, \ : t "
: when he said, "If I hid to die /f re t. ',4\ ,J
tomorrow morning, I would die '.
happy, because I have been to i ,
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N4NY YORK (ANP) William ; I
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important !personages in the Communist .
FUDGE IN 5 MINUTES
party In the,United States I .
and certainly the top functionary ; I
Negroes the party, has
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ton bas been an effective worker, .. '

in United' the civil States.rights He was'field the in brains the I i .(.,- t f 0anaaU8a Sa'ft.e...... ,

in the background of the Scotts- ,.: ; ' CAHNATION BEOIPH 4hits o.n is tits wcrl4'o 1. fiI'1 1E.
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McGhee and the Trenton Six 1 aemJ.neet, delkiofeftH fudgi so eotlio MSivuORATW
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cases.
.::,: Pattercn. has been active in . .' I. KIL& chocolate pitcM terns or oaady MMmomUt .

", -, Communist Party ranks In New ; IHeupfcugar (1%.fatmet aee&4 And w a co tr -'" ,
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...'. ..... occa,icnJ. He is married to the Mix Conation udl&1tla I Auaecpaa form o/mOJt,For tht fe *r to Mtt '! i
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Order. Poul Robeson described i and cook for 0 minutes stirring coastinUy, red u4 "hKe ... \ i ,

Pat'frson as hU political mentor. Remove from heat Add remlnlaglagredlenU .
The Daily Worker, official organ sad tlr until the JteeIpM os TJu r.a bmm,
: of the privwas: .suspended In
IBanhmsJlowi melt Four ftxdfft
t January. The Worker is an extencicn into buttered Ever1 C rflatlotlabd haf<_
of the Sunday edition of the a stashrgntrt ,_.dw _cpaD. .
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t VA. I NAACP I I "the scope plain of the violation demand'constitutes of
3 Get Human Relations' Award a
REJEcrS.DEMAND lights\ and guaranteed Its members to the association by the- /

FOR NAMES ,OF First and Fourteenth Amend-
I Federal Constitif-
ments to the
at Brotherhood nner MEMBERS tlon.

(Previously, on Jane 20, the Virginia -

Awards recognizing outstanding' RICHMOND, Va., '- Officials State Supreme Court upheldthe
of the National Association for' right of another legislative
better fenonoa relations
contributions to. Florida( will be chwp THE MIAMI-TIMES, -"The People. Newspaper", the Adancement otf Colored PeopleIn committee to require production .
I Virginia have turned down thestate's 6f the names of NAACP members
BttCbcrtModDfnaer
at the sixth sponsored annual br else Florida PAGE 6 SATURDAY,. FEBRUARY 8, 1958 latest efforts to secure the and contributors. However, the
association's list following day a special three-
Chapter of the NtfMOftl Oonferenoe of members and
of Christians aod Jews onFeb. contributors. Judge Federal District Court rul-
Contending that the legislative ed ,that two Virginia laws designed
Assets
6 at the FwtainebleauHotel. .$60,000,000 .
committee which 'demanded' the to compel disclosure of the
of NAACP records had expired on names were unconstuttional. .
cfrainnan
James M. Locate
'\ Nov 1, 1957, the Virginia ,State 1 NAACP lawyers 'In the state
Ftorida NCCJ
the board of the
NAACP refused to comply) witha are now seeking, in the State
announced today that a national 2 Insurance
citation and three regional Chicago subpeona requiring productionof Supreme Court a stay of its
association documents on Jan. mandate of Jan, 20 pending a review
awards will be gJten. 27. of the issue by the ynlted:
The national honor has been States Supreme Court.
granted to Carl \Teinkle, 18 Companies Merae Meanwhile it was learned that \
Island Ave., Belle Itfand Miami only two of the ten- en committee I '
Beach almnAR of the Florida had prior of '
knowledge
co-c .... any mom'
group and a former member of the demand by the committee KEEP fiAiR
the national board of directors of Chicagp' ,ANP) In one of Jackson vice president and treasurer ohairman, James M. Thompson.The BACK
the biggest in the history I as assistant treasurer. Har- GOING .
the Brotherhood rgaoicfttloa. He mergers subpoena was served od W. .
....
was singled out for the honor bya of: this city' Negro business community ris B. Gaines will become associate Lester Banks, executive secretaryof p pu.rlATrw. .c:ssisss;ssx.':.z

national awards esanatttee In the Mammoth Life, and general counsel. the Virginia State NAACP on ..fY.VILLMTTOI..LA.Mp.NNrAA1 ,. *OUt w AM I.n... *."'f \
recognition of his perrk M a director Accident Insurance Company of Jan. 21. Some members of the p.rM t.....*MA>MAT .ALLI arT A/1..*t...- .
of the nattan-wfcSe enterprise Kentucky and the Jackson Mutual Family Documents committee: accorBing to The rUMLAM e*..ftAAC =:..tJtLSL'SS O/f'y::jrS
in human relations educa- Life Insurance of Chicago last Richmond Times, Dispatch, agreed ..1tOG."". I':/."...II.11.1'"Lit
week merged into one big financial with the NAACP that the committee '
Should be SavedVital
"VSIIMI& 1;
tloMr. ''
Weinkle's, award will be giant, bringing their' com had ceased to exist. : ,
conferred by Dr. Sterling W. bined assets to more than $60( Moreover, Mr. Banks said r. ..... 0&
Brown New t York executive vice million. family ,documents shouldbe through his attorney, Oliver W. ...........R -- _.

('president of the National Con- The merger followed competitive ; be needed preserved to support because claims they may for .. i i

ference of Christians and Jews, bidding by several Negro- veterans benefits, officer in YOUR WATCH CLEANED, Guaranteed $4.78 R
who will attend the dinner In
Miami. I owned" Insurance Jackson companies Mutual for charge of the VA'office at Miami. LUGGAGE FROM ........................................ $4.75
of
the assets advised veterans' and their dependents
Three regional award will also which reportedly was experiencing today, I f WATCHES, New and Rebuilt, From ........ $8.95

be Selected granted :daring.the ptegram.the cover financial difficulties. It was C. W. Boggs said the documents I RECORDS-All New ................................ 45o ea.BIRTHSTONE8 .
as, tectp/cattsef rumored that the insurance department Y
include birth death certificates
medallion fo* flerviw;. to the of the State of'Illinois marriage or or divorce decrees, + From ..!:.........................., $3.95Cry.tala
cause of brotherhood awes': Baronde had cautioned the company to ,guardianship or child custody ev- I all Colors
Hirsch Meyer, 4JV"Uaeotn Rd. bring Its reset.veS and balances up dence and military discharge ,
Miami Beach, leadtog' pbaanthroplst j"1t9 an adequate safety point. separation pacers. or DAVID JEWELERS',
and financier Jodfie Ray
Pearson, 640 NB 93rd ct, Miami MAINTAINS IDENTITY Types of claims in which the 1188 N.W. 3rd ,Ave.: FR 4-1522
of the Dade,County, Circuit Court; UNDER, NEW rF.TUP documents. may be needed Include c
and Ralph Renick, w"TTJs vice disability or death compensation
president ,in ,charge 9t news I Under the new setup resulting or pension and burial benefits Mr. ,
from the multi.million dollar Boggs said. '
The regional honors will beconferred merger, Mammoth will reinsurethe "Don't throw these valuable SEE TIE
by the head ef the Fla. business of Jackson Mutual documents / or hide them
away
Awards Committee, Dr. C. D. but the field force of Jackson willremain where your family cannot' find
Tharp, vice president of the Un- intact. The most marked them In an 'emergency," Boggs I WORLD'S
iversity of Miami and a cochairman changes are in the joint administrative said. "Preserve them carefully .
of NCCJ in Florida./ ,' setup.J. and make.sure your family knows' GREATEST
The dinner program and arrangements E. Hankins; l president of where they are at all times. '
in the charge of
are Mammo' 'Will, continue in that
,
COLORED .
.Sb hard Broad chairman of the
C'ommfsslonerOlarles office, with Leonard J. Livingston, I
.dinner committee.
former president of Jackson, '
F. Hall and Mitchell, Sir- New Lovely Homes'Open PSYCHIC
serving as vice president. Livingston
gany are co-chairancn. will also serve as a memberof from 3.5 p.m. 2 bedroom, I
Guest speaker for the occasion the board of directors Florida room, 2338 NW 55th ,terr. '.
is Hon. John W. Finder of Toronto 2901 "N.W. 43rd Terr. Garage and READER'
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of Jackson, as assistant secretary Lot four sale PROF E

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1968 PAGE 7

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Miami Tournament gallon. in federally aided public 'of, federal funds for segregated
housing and Is the first case In project
,. which the federal agency has NAACP Legal Defense Fund attorneys -
i '!Washington, D. CMembers been joined as defendant. Attorneys In tills case are n>.-
of the Ray Mitchell golf tournament . . . . . . . . . .' . . I . .'. . . . . I I . for the Negro faittllles good Marshall and CtnsUnM
committee are busy at seek to enjoin the racial segregation Baker M0tgy of New York and
work I I in Miami, Fla. with plans policy and toenjoin the use A. T. Walden of ,Atlanta, Ga.
SEEIN
tor what will probably be the STARS.
finest winter golf. tournament ever *
promoted by Mr. Mitchell, the
former Florida caddy turned pro. .", I . . . , . I I . . . . . . . . . . . . . STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY
.
From his headquarters 'in New "South Pacific" which had a I Hearing'
York City the well known golfing wonderfully long run here on f onSavannah Central Life Insurance Co.
,pro has announced that his Broadway, is reqdy to take its Public .
tournament will be held Feb. 24- bow as a motion picture next .
28 over the beautiful championship month' with banoers already Housing Suit Your' Friendly Company,
layout of theMiami Springs beginning to wave. In the originalrole .
Country( Club. Mr. Mitchell also which she made famous is j .
NEW ORLEANS The Savannah ..
hasannounced that Juanita Hall who included ftOfferings
several well- airways -
.
housing suit was.
known her from the show in public :i '
the
persons Jn entertain- songs argued again today before the -
ment and sports fields .will con- her repertoire wherever she sangin
U. S. Court Appeals for the
of
\ tribute, trophies for his tourna- concert since the show closed.
Fifth Circuit ,in New Orleans.
ment, while a minimum -'$1,000 Doing the movie made Juanita sadas NAACP Legal Defense and Educational 20 Year Payment Life and I, Educational'* Endowment
purse has, been set for the com- the star on Broadway as Enzlo Fund attorneys seek to Endowment at Age 65 I at Age 18 '
peting professions.Persons Pinza, who died last She
year.
have the
appellate court reverse
Paid.up Life & 20 Year Endowment
was a great admirer of his.
the dismissal of the federal
case by a -
giving trophies are Nat ,Endowment at Age 65 15 Year Endowment .
'KinS (" Cole, Joe Louis, Sarah William Marshall huge 6 footer district court in Savannah on '
July 9, 1057. Juvenile Estate Builder Whole LifeMortgage
Vaughn, George Treadwell, Roy who hasn't been Men on -
Campanella, Jackie Robinson, screen since he played the cap- The case was originally filed Redemption .16 Payment: Life.
Ray Robinson and The Moss 11. tured leader of the Mau Mau'in with the the U. S. District Court Health Hospitalization 20 Payment Life
Kendrix organization, Washing "Something of Value," wasn't too for Southern Georgia on May 20, [
ton, which furnishes the leg trocphampionship -- satisfied with his small role in 1954: on behalf of 18 Negro families Home Office . ..
y d women's "The Bright of San Luis Rey", the Named as, defandants in the .
.. divisions TV ,drama which proved quite suit I are the Public Housing Administration North Boulevard Fla.
I 1416 Tampa
complicated except for those who the federal public ,
Also donating trophies are the I had read the book.. housing agency and the Savannah ,
following well known persons and I I Housing Authority Branch Office**.
organizations: Mrs. Murean Bar- Detectives have been marching:' The suit was first dismissed on i&RADENTON, OCALA ,
bera Roberts, International Box into small clubs in Brooklyn, and
Oct. 21, 1956 motion-of the
on
DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDOFT.
ing .Club Manhattan unannounced,
Mercury Record Co., areas defendants! NAACP Legal Defense -
Lady Calloway, Chock Full 0'Nuts asking each member of the bandor attorneys appealed the ruling LAUDERDALE PANAMA CITY
Lou '' combo for their cards \ PEN8ACOLA
police
Borders
Ebony' Hotel, and on Nov. 30, 1956, the dis- FT. PIERCE
Bay State Golfers Association of Though they cost only about two missal action \was upset by the JACKSONVILLE '5T: PETERSBURG
Boston, Springfield Golfers, Mass. dollars, 'a surprising number of U. S. Court of Appeals and sent LAKELAND TALLAHASSEE
Among donors to the pro purse musicians are working without. back to the district court for
are the Mary Elizabeth Hotel, them or borrowing them from triaL After a full trial on the WEST PALM aMeN,,
Carver Hotel, Booker Terrace friends who have identical height, merits, the district court again
Motel and the Sir John Hotel of weight, etc . This Is an offenseas dismissed the case. THE TIME TO INSURE; IS NOW ,
Miami. I bad as driving an ,auto with- I
I out a license This case involves racial segre- ,
An elaborate souvenir Journal is "17-
being prepared under the direc- I Lena Home was so upset ,over
tion of motel manager Burke Campanella's accident, her secre-
Jackson, which will feature pro tary was one of the 3,000 who ; .: ,.
Chairlle Sifford. Joe Roach and phoned asking his condition .'. why Ancient Age can : :: :
Eolie Thornton, Los Angeles, are And Lena, we hear, takes two ay :
defending amateur champions. vltamih injections twice a weekto ( ' '
Th* pro division was won last keep up with the strain of "" ":. ': .. : > ,
year by; Ted Rhodes, St Louis. "Jamaica". She also calls. her : '. '- Ut. ,,1i "
husband, Lannle, "daddy.. l' '. ' I. tl. :" I.'t"d
.I Persons working with the tour- I f. .. '; :,':. """ \

nament committee, in addition to frank Sinatra giving our guy \\ I f', i.,, ir
Mr. Jackson, are Dr. Ira P. Davis Sammy Davis Jr., some advice on . .::1. , ; IFYOU I ;J. "., '
,
Mrs. Ann Lindsey, Atty. H nwrrlage of all people with : .. ..' I,,: :, .
\ 'Arrington, Clifford Combs and Dr. divorces under his belt. ( : /,,,. .
James*Lindsay, Miami, Fla. Other with. a clear'' record, lust listened t',"\ ..1'1(of
persons on the committee are with one ear. Nat King Cole con- ;
Theodore Jones tournament director tinues his terrific record at the ,' .
R. Gardiner TUtos Ahranor Copacabana , another star' who " '
Mitchell, Ray Co,es and Miss was personally shook up over his !
Bertha Whitehead, of the New friend Campanella's, accident CAN"All
York City area.Omegas .
Louis Jordan in town for the : :

Big Record has some big plans "
for his future, is trying to swing
AnnounceScholarship a deal which will Insure his playing .r( It, I
only the biggest supper clubsin
big resorts. Louis has ,tried to
Winners break away from his style and
use more rock and roll-tout club
According to announcement customers still' clamor for "Cal- FIND A BETTER
submitted by Dr. Matthew J. donla" and past Mts.McKissackii .
Whitehead chairman of High ...
School Essay Contest the following
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students have been adjudged i'; r fA ,",'"
winners in theWl National
High School Essay; .Con st.. The Build. New CollegeBuilding
subject on which these students : '
wrote was "Desegregation '
Changed The Practices; Integration I BOURBON
Must Establish The Values."I NASHVILLE ;ANP) MeKlssackt I \
: and McKlssaoV, the Negro ,
The first place winner of the I architectural and construction ,
s $300 scholarship goes to, Janet firm has been given approval ,/ '
Bverhards, senior student, Ann to design a student union
Michigan High' Schflolj the lee1 1 building at A&I University here. ';
ond !place winner of the $200 The now center will cost about "
scholarship goesto Miss Barbara :1400,000, and it is probable the ; I" ::
Pickerel, senior student, Wood ]VfcKlssack firm will get the con B'UY' IT' '
River Illinois Senior High School: ; 1 tract to build the, :structure. ,-
honorable mention was accorded .
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Ann Jensen, Marshal lit Senior I .
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High School. '
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JABBERWOCKFebruary +
The scholarship awards will be ,
10 1958
sent direct to the colleges where we distill is Kentucky itralght And to safeguard uniform
these young Women plan to enroll Northwestern Auditorium
for the 1958-09 college year. bourbon. ity of Ancient Age,w*distill it at one

We know that bourbon of the finest place only...at the Andent Age dlstlllcry >
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quality requires choice grains. That's in Frankfort. Kcntudy...die

COMMUNITYDRUG all,we use. We know it calls for the heart of the bourbon country.:

W.. greatest skill in distilling. The men Nothing has been spared to mate

; who guide the making of Ancient Age Ancient Age the greatest bourbon el

STORE are the most experienced In the indus them all We invite you,to try h to

try. And it takes lou of time. Thus night. After one Wte. ;youll underitand .rte
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f COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. why we wait m full yean for careful why we can make the challenge .
aging to bring the quality Ingredients "If you can find a better bourbon...

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I' I PAGE, 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1958 '

Editor The Miami Times: 4 .

Negro Hbtory Week brings to Minister Claims
mind the Negro's remarkable Kazah Court No. 117, under the

achlvemcnts, made under adverse leadership'of their commandress.,
conditions designed by 'N8 Louise Rolle, rolled out the red ,
,white supremlsts to hinder his carpet. '
development. ,I believe these Made Spite The Imperial potentate1'. has
achievements are manifestations has spoken and now
of the power of God's will in the f r''T,' l N departed the sunny south. ,But
fulfillment of His Plan for earthly Dear Ministers and Members' 'transferred against illustrious potentate Carey P.

children. I, also believe' that of the AME Church: moted'and moved ( AIl'I'KNI Bentley, states that Shrinedom {in
\ God, who- has ever given succor : minister'in our duty? I'' Florida, and especially ''in Miami ..
to the oppressed and crushed the As a good and regular Sincerely, will grow by leaps and,bounds as ''
oppressor, chose the Negro for a standing for 42 years as an (Rev/, ) J, W I, 11'l a result of the dynamic! and In- ?. j'
elder, I am writing to let you rr ,,I,
leading role in the creation of '
( spiratlonal message, the' thoughtful -
know what is happening in Flor-
universal democracy. This situa planning and the direct1" I
ida under Bishop S, L. Greene. ,
tion is paradoxical, considering American I charting o( paths to ,success left 'I'
We thought when left Miami
we
that the Negro has not as yet en- I by him. f I
joyed the blessings of real de- that .ve were free men, but slavery Hold Service : A,
,has returned to the church;
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mocracy.Margaret Just Butcher, in her Because we stood with Bishop VA ,Hospital ,W'I T 7, _/ / ,JABBERWOCK : .:;0: ,
Nichols who, was our bishop and .
book "The in ,
Negro
American 'I, M '
Culture" who was framed because he P 1 February 10, 1958 '
based The second
( on materials left
would not bow to the gang, we I ...
by Alain Locke), qualifies the many of the I env Northwestern Auditorium
Negro's role in the establishment were all demoted" and sent to Post of, the 10th j ',/
of world democracy. She "the woods. 'I was moved from 'District will unit
says,
788 members and sent to actuallya "
"The experience of the Negro! in render one hour
America him few more than 100 members For Prompt, Efficient
has made leas susceptible vice at the Coral
to the pitfalls of Nationalism with a dilapidated parsonage an Hospital. Also BOOKER ALEXANDER servicePhone

and this in itself may be St. Stephen paid me last year tive 'part in this PL 44909RUDY'S
one reason why the Negro may $3,000. Ormond Beach pays its occasion is the Kazan, Temple No. 149was,/ the

playa dramatic role in bringing pastor an average of $1,000 a year.// and Accepted proud.....recipient of a visit from TV f ,
about world democracy: ; The Ne- This is quite a let down, isn't it? Appearing with t; imperial Potentate Booker ,T. '"
gro has learned to detect the Is it right? Yet this holy Fatherin very fine singing Alexander of Detroit, Mich., He andRADIO s
realities behind democratic ward Travellers arrived in Miami from New York
generalization God, the Itt Rev. Sherman L. REPAIR .
!. Ire has learned that, Greene in his Godly Judgementdid All these City Thursday, Jan. 23 and proceeded -
just as solemn mouthings to ,Tampa by automobilethe ,
frequently
this act bining together to Guaranteed Service : '
conceal following to, hold state .
differentials !in day a
domestic Here is what happens to 'the vice for the (benefit Pick 'and Deliver '
affairs, so they may disguise conference with the illustrious up "-
Nationalistic men that did nothing else but and disabled Rabbans and recordersof '
bias in fore- potentates 9 a.m. to 10:30
it p.m.
ign relations. Sensitive to domestic treat Bishop/NJohols; like we pital. The public' the state. Mrs. Bessie Hester
discrimination,' the Amer- would have treated any bishop so tend this held a conference with the illustrious 6801 N. W. 15th, Ave. .
ican la sensithre accused: program, February : lieutenantsand ,"
Negro
to the to lla.m. ,after commandress,
plight of 'oppressed and minority 1. Dry, D. A. Russell, veteran American Legion recordress of the state on,the
'peoples everywhere. This sensItivity presiding elder and church builder motorcade: same dates: Jan. 25-28 in Tampa. "
will .
and, realism heightened by Connectional character! for BRAND '
NEW .
Heights where the
,
The motor-
the drama of his own 'racial ex- more than, 40 years sent from imperial potentate
periencejn America Miami the district gion District C edback to Miami on Monday to Beautiful13Bedroom
give the Ne North District (
held, beginning meet with the Nobles of Kazah
gro an unusual Ball
advantage fav'establishing from which Bishop was I .
American rapport with elected) to' the little church: inHallandale Meeting place, Temple. JIc was feted with an
Boulevard. elaborate zim-zam at the 535
people traditionally of with little more
skeptical a
American democracy." than 100 members) I A. J. Johnson, Club after'tempae meeting Tuesday Hardwood Floors
: R. L. Clark
Airs. Butcher substantiates the night. Garage ,
Negro's ability' to enable the 2. Dr. R. A. King, former chair- On Friday 'the to
drove Key Open Sun. 2 to 4:30: p.m. ';
1. United States to gain the trust 'man of the Episcopal Committee West and met with the Nobles of eo .; ,
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and onfidence of a, now suspiclous -'I' NrXh Jacksonville' District to EVEN that city on Saturday. Sunday 2000 N.W. 56th St. '. "

world (when he has gained and a man sent from God, from Lot, saw him back In' Miami where he .
his full citizenship little Payne Chapel, a little more For Your honored CAPPER ' :
) with this was 'guest at the beautiful ,, ,
,
statement, "There are among han 100 members.' 2-door home of Daughter Bessie Be- CONST. CORP.I I ,
(
Negroes no big'Dames' Internationally Eleven presiding elders were thune at 6317 NW 17th ave. ',' "

known in the world ,ol taken down, some of them were: Station There the Daughters of 1515 .,t

business, trade finance, or (save Doctors John E. Carey, K. D. ,
that of Bunche) ow the' large White, I, D. Ford, E. L. Pinkney, OR

scale, diplomacy. There are no Frank Jones, S. L. O'Neal and T. '56 Yellow C r"I
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names, save that of Gen. Benjamin /" '. '
W. Dullard; 'Dr. A. ,L. Sampson Restaurant 1
O. Davis and his son of Flamingo
top I was demoted to a smaller district. ible. .. '
military officers or Negro naval :There were 40 pastors moved: )

oficers. In short, Negroes are not among them ',were: Revs. J, B. In The Sir John Hotel '
identified in the eyes of Europeans Blacknell, S. E. Sneed* RLT.
Asian and Africans as ,Blaine J, T. Littles, H. L. -J!Q- -,ALSO I I

representatives of our national monds, T. D. Tyson, T. E. Wright, '56 Yellow | the finest
aggressiveness in terms of extensIon A. M. Scott, N. McCrary, W., M.... Serving ,;
of business or trade; or of Campbell and H. Y Fryer. Pickup Truck.
our acquisiveness in terms of our t
being in positions of bargaining Is that what the church expectsto tion. I Food in Town
for territorial or national-resource slay .nen who paid their bud
gains." get and otherwise did their duty? ,MR. '
ti To me; the true value of Negro -' Is ithere no ,help for the widow's Under tne management

.JI1st can give to the Negro to fulfill the church of 'our choice, to be I of j '"

his great destiny, the fruits of,I .f ,
which will be universal peace'and. Albert Bellamy
brotherhood' for all. '
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Pains In BACK, HIPS, LEGS I DAILY' EXCEPT SUNDAY" Open 24 hours a day ,-

Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR,
WEAKNESSIf We also cater to clubs, fraternities and sororities ,r \

you are a .victim of these fraternal
organizations
: and'partiel
symptoms then your trouble nay
be traced to Glandular Inflammation
of the Prostrate Gland
Neglect of Glandular Inflam BEN H. ATKINSON, JR., D.D.S.
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Pokena Sets .?_.. 1.49 2.98 Dresser Sets '
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Along Freedom's Road Hear Rev. MickinsBy l


Dt. Edn* Davit served many places until death MONROE :MUSIC HOUSE

By RUTH PERRY. On Wednesdayevening, Feb. 12, removed her from the ranks. '
,,' .... I_ .... ..... ...I-. __ the Daughter Elks of Greater Miami The entire public is invited to Everything in Gospel'M u t i c.
u Temple No. 769 will listen to attend the night in Montecarlo.The Everything for the church. Also
I admire 'Governor Collins' tion is serious, and that a divided Rev. I. C. Mickins and Dt. Mallie daughters are urged to bring church furniture and 1998 com-

speech in North Carolina last nation is not a good security risk. Hunter during their annual Religious their' friends. The date is Friday, mentaries. 242 NW 8th at., apt'5,

Saturday, and especially part But our nation will continue to Emphases\ night. Every Feb. 12, at 8 pjn. at 7152 NW 15th Call FR 3-6493 after 6.p m.I .
be divided confused and unreal-
.. member of Greater Miami Temple court.
where he said that integration is
i istic as long as those who live
,. is urged to be! present and Elks of '.." ,- . '
coming to the South, and that below the Mason' and Dixon line the various lodges and templesare "
the South must abandon the defiant maintain Jim Crow. Words.alone also invited. Rev. Mickins is :.. "

Attitude of "never" toward will not change the status quo a Yorce&il speaker, a great min I SMART : : ;:, ,,
integration, But, then, in my Constructive planning and actionis fitter of the gospel and an active :
opinion, his Southern heritage got needed 18t once to remedy a situation pastor . ' ..
the better of hLa when he said already hardening into' .. : :: : ; ..
that the tragedy of the South's totalitarian resistance by pro. \Dt. Sybil Boggis,. Dt. Pinkie "
plight today is that the reformers segregationists, Lowe, Dt. Alta Screen, Dt Ger- "Wi
often destroy the South's power to trude Smith, and Dt. Elizabeth
.
.- make progress toward the goals NEGRO LAWYERS E. Johnson have been ill with influenza
." I 'Ihq themselves espouse.; I do not Reports That the Florida Leg Dt. Hester Rivers who W
think I am, wrong when I assume islature Investigative Committeehas haSbeen confined with the same '
.. that the NAACP is foremoston Burned to,the Florida Bar As- illness is much better. with HOLSUM ;

Gov Collins' list of "reform sociation to find out If NAACP Dt. Deputy Marie White spent
ers." Goy. Collins then said that attorneys acted illegally and unethically last weekend in Ocala and Orlando. : includes a nourishing,

the heavy hand of coercion, in handling suits attacking She regretted that her betterbalancedbreakfast.
f whether by Judicial order or bayonets the segregation statutes, chauffeurs were all 111 and was \
or otherwise should be certainly bears out my contentionthat accompanied by Officer Rolle of Enjoy
,;: taken off .the South, and allow the climate in Florida, at the police department. Holsum's Premium

southerners to "resolve our sins present 'is surely not"conducive DIG NIGHT'IN MONTE !
Quality goodness
of racial discrimination, such .as to interracial "
progress.
the-.may be, by pur efforts in our CARLO
own time. A statement was made recently -
The daughters met at the
by the President of the State
WHEN IS THE SOUTH'S Conference, of NAACP branches home of Dt. Edna Davis on Wednesday -

TIMEr in defense of Negro lawyers who night and made plans for
I their annual night in Monte Car-
are presently 'under attack by
In the past, Gov. Collins has pro-scgregatlonists in. Florida. lo, which ,will be held at the '
home of Dt. Ida Fuller 7152: NW a
made some fairly forceful state- ,
When the members of a state
., .ments about. interation, and some! legislature seek to find means to 15th ct. There will be lots of good
'parts of, this last speech would be circumvent decisions of the U S. things to, eat as usual and gamesof
.
all sorts. A beautiful blanket
considered very "liberal" by die-
Supreme Court instead of planning -
hard segregationists. But I am will be given away $'nd nil
is
to carry out its dictates, it
r wondering whether Collins is time for Ute citizens of Florida to daughters.holding, slips are urgedto
speaking s a politician or with pause and soberly consider this ; turn them in. The tem le is anuanquw
.sincere//belief. I must confess that tact Are the Negro. lawyers proud to know that Dt. Carlee r.v

every, time anyone mentions let- wrong, or is the state of Florida Daniels is much better Dt. Dan-
ting the South resolve its own wrong When state officials con- lets is one of the ace daughters of isrutq ,
her temple March is the time
problems, by its own efforts In its tinue to defy the Constitution 'of .un ur".ur..
own time, I take a very dim view the U. S, spend the tax payers'money for the anniversary celebration .u ur..r nn..
'II The Past Daughter Ruler Council
of the whole thing I waste time and useful
t
will meet with Liberty Temple on
would be the"'firs to deny that man' power In, conducting Inves- Sunday. Please get your yearly
been made in the tigations, can they be right? It SERVE
progress has not dues in past daughter rulers. Its Holsum Bread
'South But I will also be the first must be remembered that no cheaper' to stay in' than to stay IT WITH
white in 'Florida would
lawyer
:. to say that If progress in any appreciable out. Dt. Madie Smith has four Q HOUUM UMTW lAKOO,
dare to handle suit
a attackingthe
"
o amount has\cosne to new applications for her temple.

the South, 't has largely come segregation statutes She will probably, .be moved up -. to-- . .

,., through the efforts, of the NAACP But no suit can be brought as chairman of her commlttdb. Dt.
and other like organizations. And Ruler Ellen T works hard
without a lawyer. It it obvious, ylor I I
.. of necessity, to relieve the 'posi- that as the Investigative Committee to see that Greater Miami is on LAST CHANCE TO SEE ,AND HEAR
'' tion of the Negro in, the past, sought to intimidate tho the run. Dt. Lorraine Sweeting :is

some "coercion" by legal !means NAACP in Florida last year:, this asking all of the daughters to help
has been used. ;year they are seeking Intimi- her raise $50 for the benefit of I Bill
s f'- .- date Negro lawyers by bringing the Council Dt. Sweeting is : Doggett
IS FLORIDA TRULYPROGfESSIVE pressure to bear, and are tryingto among the first daughters of I

? stop any suit of a' civil rights Greater Miami and always offers
"".,,- that might be brought in helpful suggestions THE HONKY TONK MAN .
The,State of Florida is supposed Florida. A few days ago, death remov-
t to be falrlyenlightened, as con- ed from the ranks of Elkdcon a AND HIS REVUE
trasted with the other Southern t I If the Constitution> of the U.S. pioneer. Dt. Ida Register, who

states, with the exception of is valid, if democracy as set forth FRI. SAT. SUN. .FEB.1-8. 9
North Carolina perhaps. But Ln) the Bill of Rights has any ,
:Florida "in its own time, and by meaning, then the NAACP is act-
methods has resisted Integration ELNORA SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 p.m.-2
its own .. Ing legally in its attempts to obtain a.m.
Just much as Alabama -
or Mississippi.We through our U S. courts, SUNDRIES .
those rights guaranteed all citi-

here, but haven't then had on the a Little other hand Rock, zens under the r;nstitution. ThusI MIAMI Headquarters' TIMES If for you your live out BEGINNING MONDAY,. FEB. 10

we haven' t had the chance to see am certain that intimidation Brownsvlll way
what would happen in the event will not stop Negro lawyers if WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE GIANT ATTRACTIONLITTLE
court order their of WE SERVE ...
that Negro children, on pursuit Justice. t -
tried to enter Miami Edison, Foremost Ice Cream
WILLIE JOHN
for Instance.I JABBERWOCKFebruary Phone NE 4.9441

would feel more kindly toward ,
Gov. Collins' speech if I bad 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J. .
ANN COLE
10 1958
reason to think that Florida' under PINCHER. Mgr
his guidance' and with his
Northwestern Auditorium lad
", open cooperation had come further I PLUS

along the path of Interracial DEE, CLARK and the
understanding since the Supreme -

Court decision of 1954 J. B. SMITH Original Little Richard Band
WARNER
than It has at this writing. Eight p

now resistance is stronger in MINES, Inc t
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Florida than It was in the first Painting and,
few months following the Supreme WaterproofingContractor :
Court decision. Then was "* SERVICE
the time to set in motion the pro- Licensed and i'i Electrical Contractor ;
gressive moves the Interracial Insured by City' THE PALMS
committees with members of both and County HOUSEWIRING

races chosen with great care,' and 1863 NW BVth 8t I
the education of the people of Free Estimates "Don't cuss Call us" n

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THE MIAMI TIMES -'fie' People Newtpaper": 'garies of the color question. But 1
!,.ne evidences daily multiplying BethuneCookmanRobbed
PAGE 10 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1958 : that "segregation, experts'"
cannot compete with Russia lit the. ''I
'mad race' to take over tie' worflcL

roo. -'" ..... V'L...... ..... h.A' ".... ......,. $8,404Daytona
I The currant crises are callingfor of
t I ', tile bread of statesmanship,

; ; Between The Lines. 'and: we are offering tfte stone of 12: build-
r : Beach Working fast told: officers he has over
segregation exfcertaesa. ; .
and! it takes nearlyon. ..
II ,
i check
broke into'1 inja to'
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STATESMEN VERSUSSEGREGATION i A statesman Is whoe a n I democracy the energies of our i BeUhune-Cookroan College dur- pus.
one of the
$3,493
fen said about
I
nation must be dedicated to'' Sunday night; Jan. 29 Hyde
1 look over: the: shoulders of his fellowmen lag students'tuFtion
EXPERTS lag off communism: rather than smashed! open a. biff steel sate* loot was represented by
I and see the shapes of for the spring
I the Negro back. States- payments
;holding with about
while the writer Vhings to come. Our socalledT I','I II and slipped! away : week night
Some years ago ;:men) versus, segregation? experts. 93,404: in tuition: receipts and, war term.. Had it been a
\, was teaching/ in Virginia) the money would have been deposited
I bonds.
Y Union University, he offered a night bank: depist-
in a
in rural sociology We -. IS COLLINS I !Business manager Paul I..
cam course upon !the: discussion of the EYEING PRES. .1 i Hyde said: at least $2413 of the tory, he' said. i
backward!' rural community as I,loot was; cashv The balance Included -
against' the (progressive one. Wo ::: SEAT? checks: money orders and
I
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made field eexcursion$ to rural nonnegotiable bands tIn
Washington:, D, C. (CNS) -* I
rural life I I
where was
communities' ? I Believing no> Southern Governor Thomas' Fcrrell, the schoorshead : ,
"
an inviting situation where I ;' cam successfully run for President i maintenance. main, discovered : i
everybody seemed to* be urged od the theft when he came to''
without( a good race relationsproiam.
toward something, better. Tbeybad and' without pledging work: at 7 ajn. The intruders apparently
progressive churches and entered'the building: ;
Himself to racial Tlori-
harmony. )
school and their own physicians! ,, "', #i f' 1 da's Governor Collins is makingfirm White Kali through the unlocked r."j
and dentists anti there was an I '. I stands on the matter. The! front: door. Moving: dpwn' a short I i

ease and happiness about life I two greatest Influences now destroying ihaUvray i' / they jimmied open two, We build according to
that seemed satisfying: nation's of doors) and entered Hdye's private I '
our spirit: ours
; your plans or
:'" There other communities Mh unity he says, "seem to me to ;,office. Nothing, was found missing
were
where everything was. depressedand ,be our failure to achieve an understanding !I there. Then the thugs crossed l1e'j I No down payment
hall,Dripped the door of
open
;
Haaccck about the
objective of large Cer&i L segregation i
the' major business office and found
and to obtain the ; Use lot
problem acceptance -
your
contingents of the citizens: wan to I
,money. ,Using a sledge hammer or
states'
to the cities and urban: I I of a sound rightsphilosophy.The '
,
get away
Instrument
some other heavy ,
'V&mCJ
: need now Is to rid I
centers.. Nobody seemed satisfied i!statesmen;, have contented< them 'ourselves they knocked-off the combination. i
and there was a run down appearance :.!:selves with brandishing the atom biased of attitudes.'prejudiced'* thinkingand [Next they drilled 'a hole Into the (oaoa J ( ( ffi Q
noticeable in their ''
so 'bomb and later the hydrogen metal lock fitted a bar into the ,
schools and churches., 'bomb.. We have been content to Meanwhile, ;ors Harriman ot I opening. and knocked the mechanism 100%' FinancingNE
thed.1l. play international Santa Claus New York came out with the loose.Detective.
The class wondered at
on the one hand and international statement tl'rathis time he belIeves l 5-6171
ference. Only casual observation !: I Adlal Stevenson would Sgt. Lee Mack speculated -
convinced! them that the great' bully on the other. score "a smashing victory" -- the Job was done by profes- General Building Contractor

difference between a progressive Meanwhile Russia speaking of the coming presidential sionals.
community and a backward one was getting The school employs' a night 1121 NW 29th St, Miami
[ to launch'.a teUit which elections.
was a matter of leadership! Progressive ready .s watchman William Range but he
would dismay the world. Now wefind
leaders gave the program --
for progressive( communities .- ourselves squabling among
ourselves as to who Is to blame VISIT HARBOUR ISLAND
leaders
and badcward
whMr what OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
gave leadership to the badcward BAHAMASAnd

communities | The fact remains' this country atop at The "'SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
The obvious question u to ,spends entfrely too much time debating -

which ,preceded, th.Ieadn or the : ways and means of holding PSYCHIC READER
community in which we find the Negro in tf-e secondclassstatus
them Only casual study made It as a citizen of this country

clear that the leader preceded the t
r: kind of community in which we
find him. It takes a progressive The representatives of the Old
leader to band at progressive' South have sworn( among themselves -'
community and every such com that they will not let the

munity has a history of able Negro go. The color question has '
leaders dp. consequently produced. a generation =, ;j,
I of "segregation experts' who SUNSET INN & TAVERNOn I
Backward communities have specialize (on ways and means of I '
histories of backward leaders. I oppressing and suppressing and the Ocean .Reasonable" rates to.

This Is likewise true of great andmighty distressing and hapless Negro. Homecoeked mal
nations as opposed to! the' .
decadent ones. The greatness of In an hour of national peril and Wm. T. Mathsr, Prop.

Athens and :Rom can be explained crisis we do not have able North' Travel' Bureau, U.$. Rep.

In term of great leadership statesmen but a set of "segrega 1104 N.W. frd Ave, Miami', ria. I
And so the BrltlsK Empire.For tion experts' whose highest abilities ; .
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hundreds of years theBrit are utilized with the complexities .a w -j w .( L r

ish Empire survived crisis: after :. and Intricacies and va- Let my years of Exp.: :ci guM o"aftd''t>rotct 'you I through Life

crisis because it had able*states I II a. a Lighthouse guldoo. (the ship In a storm
men. During World War 1 Britain I 4 ,

found a Lloyd George; during WHEN OTHERS FAIL 'YOU.8EE ME

Churchill World War II it found a Winston I NO MONEY DOWN For Success in Business And Love

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I CONSULT HER -

-- The recent resurgence decades has of Russie let to a within new I WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT A' -You can now have your home made happy,

of I 41 Get and Hold the position wanted
apral&al leadership in the leadIn you so long

countries of the world. The, 2 or 3 Ietfroom CBS Him Don't Stay in the rut,', get out now \F'(
disillusioning fact that Russia d I
the
i' 0 By help of God she can ,help you
bidding for world leadership> with

its should superiority lead our In nation the space-race toan introspection I I PAYMENTS CHEAPER THAN RENT Remove evil influence, trouble if you are! sick, worried, or in

hat should throw a I 1

searching leadership' spot-light, on our national 'I Free Estimates Free Plan No Closing Costs It will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium' First

Where thousands come yoarly' :for help and advice, you too c.n
W- refuse to oe comforted with be touched by this strange .
mysterious
President Elsenhower's attempt Cart ss Construction Company powerWHY

to reassure us, while Russia is GO THROUGH, LIFE UNHAPPYThe

forging ahead in the space-race CALL UN 5-3976 same God who delivered Moses and the children of lerael
Somcwfhere down the line our of old Is still alive today end :will .
open a for
way
national leadership has been fall r'' you through
ing. the troubled seat of life. Let _not him that le blind load you or

you stumble' with hl"I_


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If you happen to see a 'look JAMES1S What do you think of the Invisible them. waves end sounds that v make

WlreJese, Telephone. Radio and Television. per.lbld
C.U me, dent wait until

k next week & lOc STORE A seed before K sprouts, (Its eonceeled, secret, silent In the dark
womb of Nature..
earth or IS
When nut week rolls \ THERE AN "UNSEEN POWER"Therefore

I around, 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 acquaint your ,
The rain will com own. self with the one who is r
Whose .I'
authority.
I,' And when t".In oomee VALENTINE DAY FEBRUARY 14TH
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down you
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F tk THE MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper";

ONCF Islii6 tes $5 5:529:\ SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1958 rAGE: 11


1
The Associated Negro Press
Ghana Minister'sWedding
Third '57 AllocationNew representative was told that the

Still Kept Prime Minister regarded his mar-
York Jan. 51 T' h e riage as a very private affair and
United Negro College Fund has "Private' that no further information
distributed a third appropriation would be immediately available.
of $535,529 to 31 member colleges ACCRA, Ghana (ANP) What news there is has been circulated -
from the proceeds of its The populace of Ghana knows its by word of. mouth and
1957 campaign. Announcement of Prime Minister, Kwame Nkru- not in Ghana newspapers Dr.
the allocation was made here today mah and his bride, Miss Fathia Busia, leader of the Opposition(
Dr. D. Patterson Helen Ritzk, are married And that made adverse
by F. Party some remarks -
UNCF president and director ofthe they are honeymooning with the in an interview but by and
9 ra Fund. recesses of the fabulous Chris- the of
Phelps-Stokes large people, even women
is
Castle which the
tlanborg
the country who almost defied
Since the College Fund was Prime Minister's residence. Thatis Nkrumah, have accepted the marriage -
chartered in 1944, it has raised about, all it knows except the without making issue of'
any
approximately 10 per cent of the guest list at the marriage which It.
w wG combined operating budget pf its was very small.
; member'colleges)1 each year, according The Prime Minister "I Egyptian, papers have had many
to Dr. Patterson, founderof bride, a 26-year-old stories' about the wedding and its
the organization. dent, took their vows before background is understood bat
Elizabeth, Kweku) Dr. Mrs.I, nothing has been published here.
"Allocations from campaign mother; \ Adley Macos Sadek, i I Egyptian papers have reVealtd
r I contributions are used by the col- uncle of the bride; Justice Van i i that President ,Nasser sent the
.L .eges to provide scholarships, buy Lar acting Chief Justice and I bade a $20,000 diamond necklaceand
ft1 equipment 'and augment tacuiiy Mrs. Van Lare, 1. A. Gbedcmah Nkrumah a $400 gold cigarette
salaries. Scholarships help deserving finance minister, Kojo Botsio, case Also he sent him the
students, who could not minister of state and Kofi Daatfb, highest decoration in the gift of
otherwise remain in school, con- Minister of Broadcasting and Information Egypt the'Grand Cordon of
tL tinue their education. Salary Increases all close friends. I Egypt
: often prevent valuable
faculty members from seeking

hLjherpaying> appointments elsewhere OlMlMtftMlXlMlMUiMlftBiMiliroWORLD "" JdIW"
1 : ; tr r a ,? ," Dr. Patterson said.

...... .. .'._.,n.. ".,"t r"_.. -"- In February 1958, these colleges ,FAMOUSWMBM'
I will also share ,in an appropriation
Bunche Partc Elementary County' ,as a primary teacher under -' of $130,000. This will
School was the scene of a Surprise \ the late Mrs.. E. L. Sulcer at be the final allocation of money ,
,Retirement Reception Douglas Elemenary School. Here raised in a separate five-year
Thursday, Jan., 23 honoring Mrs. she was'very active in drama and capital funds appeal which end- I
Annie Glass Anderson who retired especially in oratorical contests. ed in 1956. The capital funds
from the Dade County Public After more than 20 years as a campaign raised a total of $17-
School System after .47 yearsof teacher at the Douglas Elementary 7 OOOO. '
service as a teacher. School Under the TOPS IN LISTENING
Against a colorful mural entitled ship of Mrs. Sulcer and prinCIPiI-I "Capital funds money made it
a "Life of Service" which Ford Williams she I possible for many UNCF collegest 0 THE CASTLEROCK SHOW .
portraited Mrs. Anderson and the the Bunche Park erect urgently needed new
professional symbols of the many 1951 under the leadership of Mrs.'I buildings and repair old ,ones," S THE GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW
vocations and professions that her Alma, F. Brooks as her principal. Dr. Patterson stated
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former pupils have entered.many 1 In her mlny years of teachingshe "These improved facilities have THE BUTTERBALL SHOW
of her friends, former co-workers has Influenced the lives of added to the Institutions' funda-
NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. PJEZE
0 LOCAL
thousands mental usefulness and have contributed -
. former pupils and relatives stepped of young people, manyare
out of the covered wagon and responsible citizens in many vitally to the whole advancement 1
related incidents and humorous different communities. It is the of education in the -e- ,
events from Mrs. Anderson's* past.'47 years of service, that she has South."
'The following persons participated given to the boys and: girls of 800 ON YOUR RADIO j ,-,
on the program: Dr. Baker I Florida as a teacher: wife, community Miami Cadets Get
Hindman Mesdames Isabell S. I leader and citizen that
made the faculty and Patent Assignments I IJIUtNddlNtJlJllaItNt> > ..JtJINIJa rlAA JtJaJtM. NtIIJIJIJIJIJtJ
Blue; J. C. McClure Hazel Cato, I
Teacher Association
Marjorie England, Vera Austin, of the Tallahassee '- Forty-five Cadets -
Maud Chandler, Delores Turner Bunche Park Elementary School of Florida A and M UnIver-
Paula Williams. Charlotte Ellison I happy munion to with honor God her that, and has the com- I sity Reserve Officers Training B. Solomon Funeral HomeEetableehed
Margaret Newbold, Alma F given Corps have received their Army
her
Brooks, Dr .James Lindsey, Mrs. I the strength to endure thru Branch Assignments, The cadetsare
lope
the Yes she has lived ( )
years. well commissioned Second
Eunice Liberty Francis Gause to be as
and Miss Alice Kahl. The Bunche laughed often, loved much, and Lieutenants in their respective
Dignified Personal Courteous Service
Park facul'y: chorus provided the has gained the respect jpf ?? ? ?? branches upon receipt of their .

music for ,the evening. I academic degrees from the Uni-
versity. Funeral Within Range of Each Budget
(Henry Brooks Adam once said, Cadets to be commissioned in
"A teacher affects eternity; she HICK'SPHOTO the Infantry from Miami are '
,can never tell where her influence Theodore Payne, Eldred K. I
stops." The popular quota- Waters, Cyril E. White, Lewis H.
tion characterizes the .47 years of STUDIO/ Johnson, 315 N.W.16th Street Ph. FR 31440"A
service that Mrs. Annie Glass In the quartermaster corps
Henderson has rendered to Ue) 2440 N.W. 60th ST. Lewis H. Johnson.

boys and girls of Florida as a I PHONE NE 3.3166 !Medical Service Corps: Earl E. /
teacher, community' leader and Allen.

humanitarian.' Fine PhotographsMade Signal Corps: Norman C. Carey .
Her colorful career as a teacher and Sam Love. Uring Service for the Living- "
had its beginning in 1911 in I at studio or at Upon receiving their commissions -

Putnam County, Fla. She left your home of 2nd lieutenants, the cadets Funeral Home
Putnam in .1816 and moved to Weddings parties groups may be called to active duty Range
Broward County where she Is Children and Babies Always for a period of six or 24. months.
considered a pioneer in Negro I I
Welcome O8C4R AND ATM A LI I RANOI, Owners
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education. She served as principal
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of what" Is now known as the HOURS:-tOrOO a.m. to 1:00 p.m.I I I
Blanche Ely School and even later 6:00 p.m. to .:00 p.m. Notice Under Fictitious Name PHONES, PL 47468'PL M33I
she became principal of the Law .
Hammondville School in Ham- JAMES E. HICKS, Photographer Notice is hereby given that the'I
mondville where she remained in DEBORAH HICKS, .Receptionist, undersigned desiring to engage In r Oscar Range, Licensed >Embalmtr funeral Director

that capacity for eight years.In business under the fictitious name 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami,. Florida
1931 she came to Dad e of
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PAGE 12 I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1958, Week Speaker \ ArouiiciiamI'r .


H Daniel Lang, Urban League
8y DAVE (Mr. awIng) BONDU
will guest
4 \ executive, serve a}
speaker on the program celebra-
America's- ting National Negro. History '
Iey West Southernmost City Week at the Dorsey Memorial AS I 18IT HERE, I asked Janet I HAVE RECEIVED many complaints
Branch Library on Monday, Feb, ;I Smith what could I wru iu...., concerning the W1lUamsAmbulance' ;
10 aftSO pjn. .ua she se:, "Oh, white about meLet Service. A popular
By FRANCES B. PALMER i----- (Mf.' Lang will discuss the cur- : everybody know what a !sweet doctor told,me that something has
L isy \ rent and somewhat controversialbook girl I am." So I figger that's as tt be done about: getting peopleto
------ - - "''Black Bourgeoisie," by good a way as any to start the the hospital without the drivers
The Southernmost Players pre ------------------------1 E. Franklin Frazier Aoording to column for this week cause she :s asking to. be paid before he
sented .their initial drama Mon- i reports this book takes a hard- sweet. She is the desk clerk- can move the !patient. Does money -
day night, Jan. 27 at 8 p.m. In the Rudolph .((38)) Johnson, 907 hitting but objective look at the cashier at the Mary Elizabeth mean more than a life? Thatis
gynatorium of Douglas High Center St., died .Jan!, 24 at Mon "new" middle class in America. during the day.:I don't like to be the question that is being ask-
School roe General Hospital 'after a short The program, sponsored by the unfair to the other hotels in that ed by the people 61 Dade County.
and illness. Funeral service was con Library in cooperation with the I'm always'writing about the Now here Is the other side, of the
This group of dramatic young men training ducted on Sunday, Feb. 2 from Murrell Branch YWCA and the Mary Elizabeth, but since I have story: I talked with Raphu Williams -
received
women Catherine an Bethel AME Church' at 2:30: :ym< Carver Branch YMCA will fea- become the manager,' I find it owner of the Williams/Am ,
from Sister Myrtle of the Rev. W II. Zanders officiated.The ture recorded music, poetry and necessary to write more about it bulance Service, and I find that
Episcopal nun community Glendale books by and about the Negro. because I see more here . on he is he only Negro who had
of the Transfiguration deceased is survived by his The public is invited to share in account because I1m'here most of enotlgh "get-up-and-go" to start
Ohio. mother, Mrs. Stella Johnson, a this timely\\'vrogram and refresh- the time. an ambulance service. He started
The 3-act comedy entitled sister, Mrs. Lennore Adderley; ments on Monday* evening Feb. r* I this to prove to the "other" ambulance '
"Her Step Husband" was enjoyed two aunts, Mrs. Myrtle Johnsonand 10 at 7:30 pro. in' the library' 100 BOBBY MARSHALL has Introduced service that the Negro
by all (present. This play was I II Mrs Rosalee McGee and a NW 17th st. Remember It's all a new personality to the didn't have to'depend on them t
given'fOr the benefit of St. Peter's host of other relatives and free. Miami area named Chickle' And Williams' rates are 'cheaper. ..
I Episcopal Church I friends The Key West Undertaking 1ASTHMATICS Horne, whom I find very refresh They charge $22 per pity calk
'.L Co. was in charge of funeral ing as an entertainger. If you have while Williams charges $10 per
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .Whitehead arrangements. not seen Chickle as yet, I suggestyou city call and $15 for out of city
of 709 Whitehead St., entertained \ ": make Jt to the 535 Club. It's limit calls. Now Mr. Williams hasa
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several members of. the Board of Want dm 'l.. .decd.. relief from chok a good show Note to Sam Rabin: big payroll to meet, heavy insurance -
Bishops meeting which convened log, racking bronchial utbmi tpum.l0.t Let Marshall wear and tear on ambu-
Bobby
ctouin. Breitb"if-. what, .',* buy your
in Key' West recently with atypical bwo mliiiotl TbiV' BO cab,dmi. for acts he knows the show folk and lances, and expensive equ rnent.
Key West dinner Jan. 11. 930 ? oriflntl Breathe*?inhiuni and oeooliseract will do good business for All in all, it takes a lot of mon-
you.
.
Gel comlon br bra at CvanDtMol 1 ley to operate a business, of this

their J A. J DRUG DEPT. STORE A fellow walking/ by Frankie kind . and he still has. to pay
those enjoying
Among Bishop Joseph D. 410 N.W. 62nd St., Miami, FU (Cotton Club cuUe) asked her if his help even on nights or days
hospitality were '"
she knew who Deliah is, to which they 'don't get a single call. As
Quathen, Norfolk, Va.; Bishop she replied, "Oh, she's the broad Mr. Williams puts Jt, "we have to
Charles E. Tucker, Louisville, Ky.;
that got Sampson for his hair." be paid in advance for OUT service -
Dr. W. R. Lovell, Charlotte, N. C.; )
t . Well it won't be long before and there as a lot of-"deadbeats" -
Dr. L. J. Baptiste, Johnstown, Va.; '
among> our professional
LIBERTY CITY Ray Mitchell will bring his golf
E. M. Graham, Chicago.The
and tournament to Miami. The tour people as well as the laymen. So
menu served consisted of ney.'opens Feb 24 and ,we hope from this end, all I can say is If
turtle steak! stewed turtle, fried that the weather will be good for you have need of Williams Am-
king fish, Creole strips, baked NEW APARTMENTS that period < Roy Hamilton bulance Service call him, and if
mutton fish, creamed i: carrots, back stage at the Palms, lookedat you can't afford him, then don't
Spanish rice, fried plantains, Bahama Mama and sez, Wow! I call him and everybody will be
baked beans, avocadaa. salod, coffee I tad a chance to hear Butterball ; happy. How did I get into this In
key lime pie, hot rolls, assorted o QUIEt, CLEAN, RESIDENTIAL sing a ballard . ..and believe me the first (place? I am the voiceof
sodas and cake. he has a good pair of pipes. Was the people.
LANDSCAPED WITH GRASS AND I surprised) *
The distinguished'guests hear- SHRUBBERY N C .
tily enjoyed the sumptuOus mealat BILL DOQETT I.! tn town for
the Whitehead's beautiful POLICEMAN of the Week: two weeks. One week at the
home. LARGE ROOMS Jimmy Wilson' Pretty Girl'' of I Palms and one week at Porkys .
the Week: Frankie Williams . I Hideaway in Lauderdale. You
Celebrating birthdays In the CORNER APTS. AVAILABLE Sharp Cat of the Week: Robe don't want to miss him . The
,month of February: Marva Bas- ( Jackson . The party Jim Jam has a new' show this
1 tian, Mary E. Jones, Jessie o POLISHED HARDWOOD FLOORS for Roy Hamilton and Linda Hopkins week, featuring a calypso; revue
Wens, Pamela Pinder, William at the Mary Elizabeth' Lounge Tip pf the week Williams
Riou and last Friday night was a gasser. I Ambulance Service win soon have
WilliamVanrDykerJr.. 651'1 N.W. 12th :,Ave_ HI 4-3673 Guest stars who. appeared for the an integrated staff.. They will
occasion were Builmoose Jackson, have "one of them and one of us"
Mrs. Lena Butler of Columbia, Open Daily and Sunday Bobby Marshall Chlckie Home, as attendants in the near future.I .
S. C., was-here at the bedside of Ernest Banks, Earl Plummerand told you this man Williams has
her husband Johnnie, USS Tab- Jay Price of the'Rcd Caps the t-u:>-and-Io.
bearer, stationed 'at the Naval Myrtle' Jones and her trio, and -..
Base. He is the victim of' a ser- Just about everybody else in I HEAR THAT Qov. Collins
ious, auto accident. show.business and on the scene said to his fellowmen that they
In MamL( As
read
this
you we're
While Mrs. Butler was stayingat Miami Beach Employment/ Service having a SIBtpy; White and Cotton are that to accept Florida integration should- be, and I(; ..
say the
the home of Mrs. Rowena Pin. Club Cuties Night starting at first state to abolish
der 210 Olivia St. 2:30: segregationin
Friday
night. We are honor
all phases . .or is the Great
1022 5th Street Miami Beach ing Slappy'' because -everybody in Father Just
talking through his
Mrs. Lucille Miller of New Yorkis Miami loves him. And
most of the
: hat?. We should
practice What
here visiting her sisters, ,Mrs. 4d'YI ty celebrities will come by towish we
preach. Nuff sed. And
Annie Lowe, and Mrs. Beatrice h'm well, for he Is one +.of the 'I statement all after that I
Mclntosh who is ill at her residence greatest showmen in the U. S. we could live life,

106 Olivia, St. Come Sleppy on by and.. say hello A'I runy.every golden minute of it. Peace-

Mrs. Florlne Strachan Brown of
Jacksonville, was in the. city at-
attending the funeral of her sister '
the late Mrs. Eloise Thomas.

Mrs. Mamie Dixon, is a patientat NIGHT OF .
Monroe General Hospital.

Friends' wish her a speedy recov- t Y


ery.Mrs. Blanche Hlg sg 'a faithful 'I.

member of Bethel AMD: Church, : GAMES
Is ill at her residence on Thomas ? H '

St. Friends wish her well again. I,

Mrs. Martha Welters of 409 4 F sr
,Smith Lane Is ill at her residence. C Valentine's Day

We wish' her a speedy recovery,.
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" I HOLY, REDEEMER TRIUMPH CHURCH NEW MT.' MORIAHRev. "

A., L. Shipp, pastor
Locka *
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1958 Beginning this Sunday at Mass Prince Opa H. Mobley pastor Doris 1,. Hayes, reporter
Redeemer
the parishioners at Holy -
...........- .; .;.... -, -'- will enter a week of attending I 'Sunday School began at 9:45:
Sister C. McKinney, reporter
church every morning and even- day of remembrance airs with a* large attendance,
Father, Walter Buecke the Sunday was a I in the
ing. of in the minds of those who Deacon Carson presiding
Order of Rcdemktorlst Fathers is I "Privileges of absence of the superintendent.!

Catholic to give a mission.revival A which mission every is a Church were present.Membership" was the I I I The teachers were at their best.

Catholic Church holds every year. subject of the lessor Memory I i I The 11 a.m. devotional service -
verse: "But we are a chosen generation -,' whom God
All the parishioners come to Mass was conducted by men
each morning and opme bade to ,, a royal priesthood, an has chosen to pray and sing His
church each. evening for a ser- holy nation, .'a' peculiar people; praises from on high, with the
mon and Benediction. During the that should show forth the praises No. one choir singing God's

!tt ..week they receive the sacramentof at him who hath called you out "Amazing Grace," and usher ,
Confession and Communion. I of darkness into his marvelous board No. 2 in charge. Rev. J.
I All the sermons are about the light. I Peter 2:9.: The classes responded Swain, assistant minister, deliv-
Ten and how nicely upon the lesson message
r I II IK Commandments we ered a very inspiring
have kept them during the past Miss Jessie Bell Phillips was our from Hebrejv 11:10. Evidence of

year. Then a study is made of visitor for the morning. The' sub- the Holy Spirit was with every-
the Mass, Confession and Holy ject of the YPE band was "Do
Communion and how< they can Good to All Men." Scripture: one.The
help us follow the path of Christ Luke' 615.: The evening devotional I I I 7 pm. worship began with

better. In the Catholic Church the i service was high in spirit and consecrated prayers and songs, of
week of the Mission is the most many testimonies and praises Zion were sung by choir No. 2
fruitful time of blessing in the went. forth. Mother L. Marshall No. one ushers were at their best.
whole year. delivered'' the message for the Again Rev Swain brought a most ,
L- I I evening. Subject: Break up Your consecrated, inspirational sermon
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is
Father Buecke an experienced i Hallow Ground. Text Jeremiah which was powerful and touching -

j missionary having worked in 43. The lesson was wonderfuland The Lord's Supper: was 'ad-
Incarnation Moves to New Site Brazil and in all the states of the right to the point. There ministered.The .
Eastern Seaboard Father will say were many visitors out with us
The Church of the Incarnation Mass each morning at 6:30: a.m. to enjoy the Lord. Wont you I i pastor wishes to thank

moved into 'its permanent struc- BAHA'I ASSEMBLY and preach each. evening at 8.p,m. come .out and worship with' us members and friends throughout
ture on Septuageslma Sunday. I I Everyone is welcome at all ser- !. the city for flowers, money, cards
attended vices and the spiritual. exercisesare and calls during his Illnessof
Approximately 500 people Mrs. Alice Evans, teacher at NEW MT. ,CALVERYRev. phone
the first service held at 11 Wheatley. School will not reserved to Catholics only several, weeks. Thanks a million -
Phyllis ,
W. P. Tarpley pastor
o'clock. Bishop Henry Irving speak at. the Baha'i Center, 137 .
Louttit, bishop, of the Diocese of NW 11th ave., 745 p.m. Sunday, FIRST ,UNITARIAN Edna E. Thompson, :reporter '

South Florida, dedicated the Feb. 9. Her subject will be "God's : The Rev. Glenn '0. Canfield, Sunday School was opened at METROPOLITAN A. M. E. v
class of
church and confirmed a Bounty to All Races. All races I the usual hour the
service.; minister. of the First Unitarian by superintendent Rev, H. M. Salmon pastor
4 o'clock
35 at the
and Faiths are cordially invited. Church, has chosen "Ethics: Basic Deacon V, Miller. .The
The church: moved; in proces-' Religion" as his sermon topic for teachers took charge of their Services are expected to; !Abe
sion from the former; ;sit?' some FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev I classes. Bro.
distance led Sunday Feb. 9, 11 am. Freddy Johnson high throughout the day both
mile and a half by tought the adult class and the spiritually'and morally, beginningwith
the vicar, Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Sr., C. J. 'Burney pastor C On Friday Feb'! 14, 8:15: pjtn, pastor reviewed the lesson. Sunday, School, under Mrs.

the Deacon, Revs H. E. S. Reeves, ,Claudia Wilson, reporter Rev, Henry R. Cheetham, minis- I The morning prayer meeting Celia Day, superintendent.Two .
I
the Sub-Deacon Albert Butler, We were blessed' to have another ter of the Unitarian Church of was 'conducted v,by Deacons Mar- delightful- sermons hove
master of ceremony, Hubert high service throughout the Charlottesville; Va, ,will be guest tin ;:and Slaughter, and was spiritually I been prepared by our, pastor for
Sharp, acolytes: both choirs and speaker at the Religious i Educa high. Our beloved pastor the spiritual enrichment of the
day, beginning at 9:30: a.m.
church organizations. The cornet with the Sunday School lesson. We tion Forum, at'the ,church. Rev. delivered the message on the subject entire congregation. We feel certain '
band >of the church accompaniedthe feel that all were able to gain a Cheetham has been in Miami participating I "The Christian Race." that some portion of his ser-

procession. thought. Services began at'11 am. : in the Religious EdU-1: 'Evening prayer service was mons will caus /each person in
This Mission beginning its 9th The devotional\ services were high cation 'Week at the .conducted by Deacons Larid' and his own way to feel a little closerto
year of work has grown from 168 followed by '''a' high I covenant Miami. Slaughter. Our 'pastor preached God. Music will be rendered by
members to 385. The value of the meeting. Our I (BTU; begins every I from the dqpth of his heart on the ,Teen-age choir for both I ser-
site has increased from $20,000 to Sunday evening at 5:30: of whichwe ST. PAULA.. M. E.RCI' 'the subject "An Appointment in vices. Any feeling that is missed
$t8OOO..Fr, Elisha'' Clark Sr., who usually have a fine time. Our Galilee." Ushers' board No. one m the sermon is'sure to be captured -
F. E. Snead
pastorM.
,
Mission for the and the senior choir In
has served the evening devotion begins at 7 p.m. rendered a song.. .
past 16, months;, his predecessor, It was filled with the spirit,' and Braynon, reporter I service. for the day. The, little church with a big
Fr. Lambert Sands, presently rec- our pastor delivered the message. PASTOR'S MESSAGEWe ' heart extends a most cordial invitation
tor of St. Patrick's, West P a I'm Text St. Matthews 26-39. Our I :TEMPLE BAPTIST to the public to worship
Beach, and the first priest-in- pastor was A little'' ill but God have a fine group of men I with us at an time '
Rev. L.
charge, Fr. John J. Jarrett (now brought forth his power and the and 'women to work with and we A. Thompson; pastor ., I .

deceased) were all trained at the building was filled with the holy are praying' that Qod will blusout The No. '2 ushers' board will THE INCARNATION

The choir combined. program. to build a new St. celebrate its first,
,spirit. sang anniversary
ginla. We: honored. Frankie Batman Paul, not only in brick or stoneor Sunday 4 pan at the Dixie Park Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr.,\vicar

born in Miami.,- Of this city* as our special guest. wood, but in spirit and morale. auditorium. The feature I of the Veronica OBerry, reporter

lc All of our friends and visitors Let us remember If :everyone occasion will txI Fashion Re- *SUNIi\Y.-: .
c ST. JAMES A.M.E. were welcomed on Sunday and at. pulls, we :will have no kicks be- View,' The public is invited. This Patronal' Festival Celebration we

l Mrs. Ci. W. Brooks reporterDr. all times. cause we cannot pull and kick at promises to be a grand "ttair; Church School and Adult BibJfe

A. Joseph Reddick, pastor the same time. / The Missionary Society, Mrs. Class ...Y.N..._....WN fc30 ajn.
St. Matthew AME'Zion On Tuesday night at 8 p.m. we Agnes Burroughs, president, will Solemn Sung Mass and .

Accepted' into full :'member held our budget,, meeting for 1968. sponsor a tea Sunday, 2 pm.at Sermon .......__._ 11:00 ajn.
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ship at St. James'on last Sunday I 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. This included the 'pastor's salary, the home of Mrs. Ethel English St Michael's Guild -?... 5:30 p.m.
,(tev;/A.. II: Ferguson, pastor 211 NW 10th
st You !
were Rev. and Mrs. C.' D: Perry, are invited Episcopal Young Churchmen -
building fund, budget fund for
School .. ..... . .
Sunday . . 6:45.aiu. ,
Miss Alice Lewis, Bro David Unit No. 1 .._... B.30 .
general board of AME: church and pm
Smart Little Jonattar Randolph' Morning,, Worship '............ 11 a.m. TRIUMPH CHURCH1Prince Confirmation Instruction for
and 'ftlallnda Bryant. A capacity Evening worship ......_... '7:30 p.m. local Operating expense. Children

congregation enjoyed thoroughlythe I MT. CALVARY: BAPTISTRev. Sister Ethel DaVid Williams, Pastor Instruction for children 6: pm
music led by 'choir No., 1 of i TRINITY WESLEYAN Cooper,' reporter Solemn Evensong and

which Joe Harris is president and E. M. Thomas, pastor School ' Wisdom Sermon ........................ 7:30: pjn
George was at
the message brought by the pas 'Rev. E. Johnson, pastor Oretha Holder reporter best on Sunday past. The its I FRIDAY
tor during ',the 11 am worship.. ,Mrs., Phyllis Andrews, reporter 1 I I I of our very beautiful subject St. Cecelia's Choir Guild
lesson
During the evening service Dr. Sunday School M..__ 9 .m. Otring honor and praise to oar was Rehearsal '
IIPrivUt"ges _
R. E. Lamb newly appointed Morning worship .-....-..-...,. 11:pp Lord Jesus and Master the services ship." We of Church Member ? 8 pjn
Were
presiding elder of the North Young _People's ,Mating 6 p.m. at our church beginning have our honored indeed .to Note:,Mas*w on all Saints and
I with the Sunday school which was ,State Mother (Mother Holt days x 6.30: a.m.
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Jacksonville District delivered a hankins1' with .. .... ,
'us. Our : ,: :
BETHANY S. D. A., called to order at -the usual hour memory
great sermon by Rev., Stephens. the attendance selection was 'recorded at ''I Peter ,On.last(; Sunday ?morning the
Reddick will fromthe 2:9.
Dr. preach
The devotional) Members',of the
380 N.W. 14th Terr. Beading church'marched
number. was
was of a large
a theme 'The Challenge of thChurch" q I wond.rtulty(! opened by 'in a solemn -
Mrs. Vivian Davis, 'reporter : our'State procession from the
at the 11 am. service. At 11 an inspiring devotional Mother and, many enlightening old site to. the new-one. It was
During the evening sermon he :Evangelism was the watchword I service ,was conducted by the thoughts, were: gleaned. ,The lee! easy to,note the enthusiasm that
will apeak from ,the subject, "The Sabbath Feb 1. Our'pastor deacons and deaconesses. The I)ond and, third class ,teachers re- hovered over the entire

Christ1a Heritage." ", I said we must' ,get away from our Holy Spirit seemed to have vealed their daMes and' they re- P Uonq asr''the, (Procession congre-moved
During the morning worship smallness and make larger plans touched everyone when the pas spvnocd/ 'nicely Morning 'lerVlcil 'into, the new edifice.
the manager of the Atlanta Life for reaching men and women In tor' came before us with his most I \Vere'exCt.'P'Uonal with our State 1
Insurance Co:, L. Portlock, along the highways and, byways.! This powerful ,sermon, "Lost! Hopes Moth "charge. M'4' iri.., ,:the ehu.rth'was dedi
f
with, his staff, will worship at will be done through literature' Reformed," found in the book. of The m Band was, 'lealled' to I cated'aftd class of 31 was, con
"The Friendly Church.1 I( prison, welfare, Bible Evangelismand Ezekiel. order(; by.'the 'presldent.: The',ubJ.ect .finned 'by Bishop Henry I. LouNeitrSyHdW .
Commemorating' the 17 lei year home nursing bands. l ;Wes "aq. Good to" Arc UA* "
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of the existence ,of the Foundingof Sunday afternoon at 6:30( BTU I I A 'SPIcy program I,by'- J (-- -
Mary
the AME Church, the Hospitality Every true Christian will laboras was held with Daniel Smith. in enjoyed bY all Murray : mornill'ihon., .
I / Club of which Mrs. Martha our Saviour who went about charge. During the program period I I otlon.ll.lerv , n hW Will receive their
I Nicholson'' is president, will sponsor all the cities, villages teaching the testimonial services were con- and 3ro. ''Davis opened a. were' the.,high, first"CO: 1'' n D1on J and certificates.
}' the Annual Founders Day Tea gospel of the kingdom. We haveno ducted by Alfreda Gray, ill the .enrfca our State .te5tiimony Thls.eIASl presented a Sanctuary
I from 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. W. H. Jam time to lose. The end is near, children took part ,in' the service. : came to us ainging Mother light 10 the ehurch. .
Ison has been named chairman of Every advanced move made now Sunday 'night 1 p.m. devotional 'Saints;' As she sang"JoUfnq 1t ort I I. The Ded1caUoD : 1
the program committee. A most must be made with increasing effort service was conducted by the dea- ''as It the very God 'Ot 5eerped well attended. Banquet pros
An
unique program has been arranged -- for' Satan is working with all cons and deaconesses with theJ'Pirit poured rout Ills spirits peace gram was interesting
for the occasion. power to upset the Christian pro. still high the pastor< came power was on us and the as they enjoyed* ThJ the guests
U dined. ,
Under the Department of Re gress. The work to be done calls before us' with another powerful through the manifestations.we went committee dedication
ligious Education the Sunday for self-sacrifice at 'every step, sermon. Afterward the Holy Mother made it thanks to expresses: sincere k
School which opens at 9 :.m. Invites but we muM go forward in Communion was administered. A the name doesn't plain make to us that the affair,all,who helped. to make
: all to be present The ACE faith The Woman's Day drive for cordial invitation is extended to nor does the the person a success 1
League also invites full particle the Academy will climax March all, so come and worship with us ' the office. but it', I You are' .InVited
pation of all at :5:30 pm You are 17 ana 2. Various programs are on next Sunday. hint Sh'2 also person said that that makes Valentine Dance on to li.atthj<
welcome, going on to help meet the she was Feb.
to now
: our service at all not there when Jesus old church, sponsored Vh
raised Laz-
times goal. GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. jarus from the grave but she was Umer' Guild. The admlotoj it
950.
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Airs. Ella Clayton Clark, 1942 James Culmet; pastor f rMJj'uft raised her out of .
NW 55th: st. invites you to tea, Eddie Edwards clerk StW are adequate
Sun, Feb. 9,--4 to 6 A, thAt express the i
N.W 4th Ave. (and 18th Terr. pm. con- Sunday School very: great
y Phone FR 9-1424 tritfutlon to the Ladies of Bethany mMMM.HM. 9:30( a.m. Joy our souls felt as our Mother Watch
1 MASSES' What kindness, for a cause. Moraine worship ?.*>............ 11:00 4 ,.it f'ti !Hone of her revelations to For

S / Daily, ............>_..._.............. 8 ajn. Sunday night 7:45 at Bethanys Westminister Fellowship 8 p.m. us. Today's thought: "Remember GRAND OPENINGPICOF i
Sunday........... 7 a.rp.:&, 8:30 ajn auditorium SOW NW 50th st a now thy Creator in the days of ia
I Grand Temperance Program "Ethics: Dada ''Religion thy.;youth, while the evil days Food Store
waits/ every one. Don't miss it. Sermon by come not, nor the draw
years
(' NEW BETHEL BAPTIST '
No admission and offering will be Rev. Glenn O. Canfleld nigh when thou th.lt.say, I have QUALITY FOODS

j j( 1571 N.W '68th Terr. taken. Bring a friend. Sunday Service .-....-......... 11:00: no pleasure in them." AT IN A A PRICE .

"1, Rev. a. Jones pastor Church ,School ......_...?.,_ 10:30 HURRY
'''Sunday.School _._ 9.43 ajn. FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH 15025 N.W. 4 .
Morning worship ...---.. 11:00 I Drive Carefully Dixie Hwy. (U.S. 1)) S.W.2t Rd. JOIN THE 'NAACP! 22nd Ave..
Evening worship ......?_.?.r_ 730: J' Opa Locks

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IN MEMORIAM THE MIAMI TIMES-:-"The People Newspaper"

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CARDS MEMORIALS In loving memory of my hus- SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1958 PAGE 15

band,
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who departed this life F 'b. 10, .
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM 1952 Rev. A. J. Reddlck officiating.
Sleep on in Jesus. We loved Burial.. will be held at Lincoln.' Watch For

/ The family of the late In memory of the late, you but Jesus loved you best. 9'month old I
Wilfred Logue the GRAND OPENING
CONSTANCE SIMMONS Mrs. Annie Barber Fonly
infant of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
DOUGLAS wife
Logue of 2952 NW 44th St., died PICOF Food Stores
wishes to take this method to express -
again, ,sincere appreciationto IN MEMORIAM, at Besides/Jackson, his parents Hospital he on is Feb.survived 4. QUALITY FOODS
for their kindnessand
everyone AT A PRIC2:
i grandparents and other
by
thoughtfulness during her recent .
In loving memory of our dear IN A HURRY
services will be
illness and relatives. Chapel
passing. I husband and brother J5025 N.W. 22nd Ave.
conducted at 4 on Friday
The gifts, cards, letters, telegrams JULIUS WILSONwho p.m. Opa Locka
flowers, visits, personal) departed this life Feb. 5, with burial In Lincoln. -
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services and many other gestures 1957. Gone but not forgotten. --
S of sympathy and love will never ar Sadly missed by: 'N '
be forgotten by her grateful fam Mrs Daisy! Wilson, wife : CUSTOM'
ily. Walter Wilson, brother : NEW BUILT HOMES/

David A. Douglas, husband
Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Simmons \' a IN MEMORIAM '
And Family Sold 30 already Demand to great we have built

I To the memory of of our dear 1 MORE at N.W. 31st AVE. & 48th TERR.
mother and grandmother .
IN MEMORIAMIn MRS. ELENORA DAMES, SEE 3080 N.W. 48th Terrace

dear and loving remem- who devotedly loved and cherished 'us so I Open Daily 1 to 5 p.m.
brance of our dear sister II'
TERESA NAIRN Feb. 10, 1942 Feb. 10, 1958 0 '

who departed this life: on'Feb. 4, Mrs Mrs. Virginia Sybil Ramos Christian, daughter, 3 Bedrooms Oak floors;; formica kitchen, tile roof,

'1943. d v daughter wall heater, tile bath, large laundry and utility room
Come when i1 aA 3 '
Lord has mademe
grace Dames '
meet Mr J Wilton son Built-in oven and. range
HENRY MACKEY Miss Theda Christian
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For Thy If blessed thy work face on to earth see.be sweet rest who In died Feb. 6, 1954. May he Mrs Elseda Ramos Knowles, $1,50'CASH' ;EZ TERMS ,
peace. granddaughterIN
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What will
thy glory be?
The Mackey Family
Sisters: Milton Rothman Broker

Mrs.Mrs. Albina Carrie Bethel SawyerMrs. K* MEMORIAL MEMORIAM 145 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables

Delia Hale I. In l9vlng memory of our darling -
Phone HI 6.6426 MO
In sad but loving memory of mother, grandmother and or 6-8407
our dear husband, father and gr grandmother .
IN MEMORIAM grandfather MRS. ANNIE McCRAY
I who departed this life Feb. 2, 1

In loving | memory of my '. 1953. Gone, but not forgotten. J

daughter The Family IF YOU DON'T BUY YOUR NEW
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Ya /' I DEATHS CHEVROLETFrom 1

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1 :t: y.
S a
I me.: You'll pay too much
Ip House of Albert . money

.. 1 for'it. '
<, : : : Mrs. Virginia Stanley of S625, . ,

i k., SW 16th St., Carver Ranches, died . NORMAN JACKSON x
).... "t ry Sunday, Feb. 2 at her home. Fun- ,
eral Services will be held Thursday c -
SEE ME ATt
Fdb. 6 at 1230: man, at Mt
Zion AME Church in Carver\
Ranches. Rev| Walker presiding. VIC POT AMKINc
Il Burial at Paradise Gardens. ,

,:' ; 1 Mrs. Belle of 1419 NW Chevrolet Inc.
r' : ',: 62nd st, died Fdb. 3, at 3 am in ,
: .' "A't her residence. Funeral services

( + :!...:h 1I ), ..'* will. be at held Ebenezer Friday, Fdb.Methodist 7 at 2p.m. 540 Alton ''Road, Miami Beach

? % c-1IJPT"TNG Church, Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor ,
i f I :!
HORATJO JAMES Burial at Lincoln Cemetery.Mrs. Phone JE 1-0057 I
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::' _.' ',: ":: ; ( who died Feb. 7, 1953. Gone, but
not forgotten. Emma Allen of 1759 All Low Down Payment.-36 Month to Pay
WINIFRED JUANITA CURRY "If thou shall call me to resign limbo ave., pa Locka, died Sun- Low Low Bank Rates
who departed this life Feb. 9, What most I prize, it ne'er was day, Feb. 2. Funeral arrangements ,

1955. Sleep on, darling and take mine, arc incomplete. ALL MAKES . ALL MODELS
your rest, we all love you but I only yield Thee what is Thine/
Jesus loved you beat Thy will be done." I Open Dally 0 to 10-Sunday 10 to 6
ILula Ingraham, mother' Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting, wife I Range. ;
John Ingraham, father And Family I Be Sure to Ask For NORMAN JACKSONAT
Mrs. Thomas of 140 NW
5 sisters, 2 brothers 1 Mary
IN MEMORIAMIn 17th st, apt. 9, died at Jackson VIC POTAMKIN CHEVROLET, Inc.
Memorial Hospital on Jan. 30.
\
IN MEMORIAMThe loving memory of our below She is survived by a son and oth- 540 Alton Road Miami Beach

ed son, er relatives. Chapel services wlllv

family of the late .,.-. , .. be conducted at noon on Satur-
.
Feb. 8 with Rev. A. J. Red-
f. day,
'-. f; ; 'j. ,.,' didk officiating Burial will be
I: .,I ., . held at Lincoln., '
.," '.....,.'
I :" ,. f Mrs. Sophia Sanders of 2289!

M ,4 West Oth lane,' Hialeah, died at Grand OpeningERI
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t.' her residence on Fob. 2.'She IfI I

,..' survived by three1 sons and three
t \. .l' 10'J daughters, and other relatives.
,, ',' Funeral services will be conducted -
..- 'r.1 on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 2 -- SAT. - FfB. 7th Bth'UNCLE
+ .: > .
\ p.m. at New Mt. Zion {Baptist
;. Church with the pastor, Rev. Ma-
'I son officiating She wilt lie In re-
I'1. , rJOe.at; the church beginning at
1. 7 am Saturday until Funeral LEE'SNEW
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\ : ',' time. Burial will be held at .Lincoln -

,. ..' . t Memorial' Cemetery,
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Mrs. Emma Lester 2380 NW

',. 73rd terr., was pronounced deadon STORE f
I' arrival at Jackson Memorial
capital on Feb. 2. She is survived AT
by a daughter Mrs. Emma L.
M -- :............. Jenkins, four sons and other relatives.
'f.:I ,. 'GEORGE FORBES : Final rites and burial will 1025 N. W. 3rd Ave.WITH .
be conducted in Fitzgerald Ga.,
VANDERBILT "WRIGHT who departed this life Feb. 8, on Feb. 9.
who departed this life Dec. 2), 1957. !
1957, takes this method to thank He left to mourn a wife ,one Mrs. Allegro Johnson of 2560
all kind friends who sent cards, daughter a mother and father, NW 155th tU Opa Locka died at A Complete Line of ,Infants'And ,
telegrams, flowers and offered the I five sisters, two brothers, and a
her home on Feb. S. She Is survived Children Wear
use of cars. host of other relatives and friends. bv her husband, Freeman
Sleep on, dear one, and take Sleep on dear George and take three Children, her parents and .
:your rest we loved you but God your rest; other relatives of Augusta, Ga. ---1MANY -- --
loved you best. We love you but Jesus loves where final rites will be conduct
He leaves to mourn, a wife and you best. ed on Sunday. She will lie In repose OPENING SPECIALS .
six children. The Forbes Family In, the chapel beginning at ,
Bro. J. C. Wright son noon on Thur.4ayInUl, 3 pm. ... A D'
of Friendship MJV Church Friday. ..
' President Board No. 4
Ushp' '
and Family .Why Is Dwight Williams, the two- FREE GIFTS \

+ month( old infant son,, of Mr. and
\. '. Mrs. Coley William of 475-NW ',
930 9th st. apt. 12, died at home op
Feb. 5. Chapel services are being Our Classified Columns Get Fast' Results
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1958Incarnation Andrew Steward of States- -TV SICK ? T

: I boro, &a, Is visiting his son-in-
law and daghtor,: Mr. and Mrs.
: Henry'' C. Mitchell of 1910 NW
Holds 71st St.Robert. Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m.: to 9 p.m.
t '
: E. (Chuck) Crowell, SAME DAY SERVICE ,',
I son of Mrs. Essie M. Crowell, .' \,
1131 NW 68th St., left on Mondayfor ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
; Dedication Banquet Ft. Jackson' S. C., to enter
r : j the U. S. Army after an enlist-
ment. Young Crowell, a ,former Picture Tube Special,
,4 !! I By DOROTHY SANFORD life guard at Sir John Hotel and
rtii, II frog man enthusiast, will enter 17-tnch-$22.9S 21.iQCb-$29.95
t f ,The Church of the Incarnation, Final RegistrationU. the Airborne Division of the

Crowell entered the Marine f
t: + a gala dedication banquet on last I
I Monday night in the auditorium registration .for the Uni- branch of the army. Converter For Channel 17-$16.50
versity of Miami classes will be \ ,
I I! of the James E., Scott Homes. held at Booker; T. WashingtonHigh Mrs. Louise- Ferguson arrived Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95
\ Elliott J. Pieze. local ra'dio commentator School on Thursday evening from Nassau. last Sunday after
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newspaper columnist, ,at 7 pm. The following 'spending, two months with her RADIOS REPAIRED. -Bring it in for quick service J
and a oncrriber ,of the vestry of courses are being offered:'English parents Mr. and Mrs. Knowles. \
' St. Agnes Church, served as master j 101, geography 170; early childhood Mrs. Ferguson, who lives at 1955
I of ceremonies. -I education and U. S. govern- NW 4th ave., apt. 9 left Miami
I. '' na, senior warden, gave occasion ment. Christmas Day to spend" the holi- Vets Radio & TV Co.
\ and a detailed history of days in the Bahamas after 13
this eight-year-old Mission. | Benson-Walker ,years away from her family.
i 939 N.W. 3rd Ave.
i Sister Margaret Joan, founder WeddingThursday ,.
of St. Vincent School: for handicapped ( .
children in Haiti, was the evening, Jan. 30, a Drive Carefully! I

guest speaker. She was introduced quiet but attractive wedding took and .,..., -.1.-______ T ...,............................;.............................................4'.... .............. "
by Mrs. E. S. Clarke. Sister place at the home of Mr. "NZi5.T..T..T..T..T..T..T.r..I..i'L..T.L.tA'LJ .> t. .c...
Margaret Joan who is in' Miami Mrs. F. D. Delancy, corner NW -
I to bring one of her charges for 5th court and 21st terr., when '
hospitalization, spoke about'' the Miss Monica Walker and Frederick Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From
problems of the poor in Haiti and Benson were joined in holy
of the great need to help handi- matrimony.The '
capped children there. The Episcopal attendants were Miss Wil- VISIT OR CAR TODAY. . PL 7=1645WHYPAYRENT
able to
Church has been
'
touch the surface of this need butt helmlna: Hepburn and Leroy M j
Palmer. The bride was given in
much more must be done in
terms of missionary, money and marriage by F. Delancy'and the
ceremony was performed by Rev.L. ,
supplies. / I I' A. Thompson.

The Rev. Fr. Don Copeland of
I I The bride is a daughter of Mrs i
St. Stephen's Church, Coconut
Eva Walker and 1057
"' Delancy a
Grove, brought greetings and
,
of BTW The
graduate High.
congratulations. j I bridegroom is the son of Mrs.S. f

C. H. Reeves, retired, a social Benson and' also. a 1057 gr&du.. M \
worker from Nassau, gave words ate. "
/encouragement, to the church A reception was held at theDelaney's )
of the Incarnation. He urged home Saturday even-
them to stand and work'together' ing when a number of friends of
.I for in so doing they can.accomplish ,the couple were present/> / "
''I all things. Rev. H. E. S. I
Reeves, banquet chairman, spoke Notice to Boy Scout
briefly, thanking the many people
who assisted him.: I Troop 79

Vocal selections were given'by I I All Boy Scouts and Cub Scoots
Mesdames Thebna McDonald and of Troop 79, St. John Baptist
Geraldine ,Ash Allen and Ralph Church are asked to meet, E. G.
Baisden and William Finder., Dorsey, committee, chairman and a=
Harold Higgs,. violinist, accompanied Mrs. ,Mary Finney, Den Mother,
by Mrs. Htggs, played a at St. John Baptist'Church, Sunday ,
Mozart Concerto. Feb.: 9, at 10:45: a.m. Sunday I
I is National Scout Day and will
The'guests were representative be observed at St. John. All boys 'I i ,
of the various denominations in who have uniforms are asked to
{ the Greater Miami area, as well wear them. The troop will marchin
as of the other Episcopal churches church 'with Mrs. Finney andI
d i within the 3 BEDROOM 2, BATH LIBERTY CITY
I Diocese of South'FlorI -I I Mr. Dorsey. Mothers please have
I I'( Ida. 1 "
I+ your boys out on time.

4 $795 DOWN


Hurry! 3 bedrooms baths, living room,'dining room,,enclosed
ROCKLAND I on huge lot, with separate one-room building in rear for extra 'I
Palace Only one mortgage payment $80 per month. No closing costs.,

qualifying; anyone" can buy, See this NOW" ..

:Your Biggest Dollar Value in I I .'

Liquors% 'Package Goods.and Beverages WEST HOLLYWOOD. NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS
\ f fl $495 DOWN $795 DOWN

'The One year new CBS 2-bedroom, living Rainbow Park New Dream Homes
Finest Foods
at Popular Price '
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( room, combination kitchen, Beautiful new 3-bedroom, colored

829 NW. 2nd | tiled bath, tile roof, closets, utility tile"bath, living room, combination
"Avenue Phone FR 4-9943 | on huge lot 60x130. No closing kitchen with built in oveh and '
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I | Call today., cabinets, many other built in features -
< MBMMH *HM MMMM M MBM picture window, porch,

EDISON CENTER utility, rear patio. Small deposit

FREE FREE FREE.CUSTOMERS' K Beautiful 3-Bedroom. CBS will hold until ,completed. No clos

One new CBS 3'bedrooms'2 ing costs. EZ terms on balance,
year f ; like rent. See it today!
FARMMARKET tile baths, huge living room, separate -

dining room. formica kitchen,\ NEW AREA OFF NW 17th AVE. '
" breakfast bar; +extra, closets, hard- See us First
wood floors, inside utility carport.' We have '
a large selection of 2 and 1
I' large landscaped lot. Near schools, .3 bedroom CBS homes in .
l00lo'NW. 62nd Street Chopping and bus. Owner must sell. tiful thk'beauk
new area paved streets cit-
", See this and make offer. Reasonable ,
.
I PRESENTS THE, water, transportation. Priced to sell.
a terms. Now!
No closing costs. EZ terms
arrang- ,
I .GRAND OPENING OF ANOTHER. STORE, AT ed. Call today for appointment' to

104S N.W.! 3RD 'AVE. NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH' see.
CBS BROWN SUB
INCOME INVESTMENTS
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 $1,895 DOWN "
LIBERTY CITY
Gorgeous room .
new huge living ,
Fresh preens :and vegetables W. sell only' fresh fruit' separate dining room, all.tile features 2 Storey CBS Building .
dally. The, finest quality vegetables, greens and extra closets beautiful formica on lot 85 x 115
fruit at 'lowest prices In country egODI ,ct from kitchen, Inide 'utility, carport Zoned for Business

Miami. grower to yoh.f \ on large lot. EZ terms on balance 2,:Larg Store Rooms Down :- ..
Call ", 2 jThreo Bedroom Apis. Up M
for appointment:
f OUR MOTTO-3ave 25 percent on every dollar and shop In have the key. Look. 'We V-ry good income. See and make
comfort at the most modern air-conditioned stores In the. city. I offer. '
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,. A FEW OPENING, ,SPECIALS FOR BOTH STORES Cash Quick, for Your Lot or. Acres C.:

Oreeni ,. 'Bunch -
Collard Lg Yellow'Ripe! Bananas "
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Turnip' Greene 25(5( I U pound '

Mustard" Greens FAIR REALTY H : :


.,, : :. ' ' 'Always briny" the kids for tree gifts YOU ARE WELCOME DAY OR NIGHT-OPEN 9 to-9 .

Open Dally. 7;30 a.m. to 9 p.m. And all day_ Sunday 201 N.W-: 62nd Street Phone PL 7-1645

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