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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: February 22, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00586
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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be will "Suit" Bathing "Miss, amateur the in defend will Miami was home the to Damage :50th"st! and 'burns' suffered 41 Perpall has and married is He Chicago. Chicago the of Employment on 1. orchestra his and Gilboe Ross of music the dancing/ ,frolic
affair this At pool. Hotel}- John Sir via Louis St. from Roach Joe and NW 3001 at home his in ploded Stafford night: Wednesday On of University Loyola at, work .Committee the on served has an enjoyed ;,
the at night Wednesday held. be division, pro the in title his defend graduate taken has and Chicago Chicago.He in Welfare Community and fun of evening attire formal in dressed. _
will show swim and 'itipper, ')\; f ''.wffl. r 'Atlanta of Rhodes Teddy 'determined. been ,University Paul De at sociology. en Committee Mayor's' the to guests their and Y.Teens 600 than More YWCA. h Branch:? "
-buffet A night. Friday Hotel! : b : 1966y; 1 in Championship South Springs beautiful the of \not has fire the of cause the and in graduate- a is Williams -associate research a as served had ]MurreJ of Council Inter-club Y-Teen Senior the of

-Elizabeth Mary the of Room Fiesta Nortn- the won Sifford year. last -facilities All event. the of history loss total a was house frame The .. .inception.Mr. and Company Harvester. national -!president Johnson J Marcia: Miss is Sweetheart Crowning-
the in Ball, TrophyAwards: the. California at Open Branch Lonz five-year the in tournament best face. and hands his on burns with its since Movement* Family tian Inter- the of program')] training School. Elementary' Holmes at 14 February ,Friday'
at Cole King Nat by awarded( be the took he when tournament the in ployed
Hospital relations industrial ,
the;'for committee tournament the Jackson in condition Chris- world-wide the in active
will prizes and Thursday on sponsored. PGA major} a win by completed been have Plans fair in is father young The been has He CounciL Interracial em- was Williams Mr. mittee Ball Sweethearts Annual Y-Teen'6?' the at 1958", of ..
': completed be will Play ,afternoon to Negro first the became who Club. Country safety. to fire the through Catholic Chicago the of Com- Service Friends American t-Sweetheart Y-Teen "Misa{ crowned. was who Club Y-Teen

the in beginning play and ing Philadelphia, of Sifford, Charlie Municipal Springs Miami them carried and blanket a .-Directors of Board the of member a the. with work his to Prior Senior the of member a and School, High Senior Carver
morn- Tuesday qualifying with be will doubt no tournament Tournamentat Golf Winter' South childrenin, older two their wrapped servesas and ,church his of Guild 8.1&5& r. Washington George at junior a Edwards Rosetta Miss:
day; practice a be will Monday the in player; outstanding Most' North- Annual Fifth Mitchell's dorway blazing a through School and Home the and Society -September since capacity that in served is above Pictured :Crowned Sweetheart Y-Tcen Miss

crown. her defend to here Monday. beginning Ray for Miami to come have who husbandran the as baby young their Name Holy' the in active is He had Williams Mr. ,Michigan. lower
be will and; year last amateur i days full five for use tournament country the over all from golfers with bedroom the of out rushed 1952 since and Wisconsin Illinois covers ,y b
women's the won Angeles LAS 'for over turned been have course with loaded are hotels- Miami's' Richards Mrs. bedroom. their region The Committee. Service 4.' '-
in smoke heavy by awakened I Friends American the of Office t
were wife his and Richards Regional Chicago the for tunities

Tues. Opens Tournament home.!: burning Oppor- Job, of director was liams
their from children .his 'Of two ed Wil- Mr. Committee President's'
rescc- he when night, Sunday ed v rpG.u cs 2.(: the of staff the joining Before

burn seriously, was st 62nd NW Chicago. ,St. Adams( West
Golf South and North 2244 of 25 Richards 105 at is office The Wisconsin.,
and Michigan Indiana. Illinois of .
i fa
by states the covers Committee *
FatherSpencer I
ofthe Office Regional Midwest The
:director regional Gamty garet
st. 6Pth 6 NW 1361 of 140, *L Orleana.. New I I heard. is case the until Mar- by Chicago in announced
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Bethel James ;of stabbing the for 'In'' meeting now Church AME suspension, :automatic under is Fire from been has Contracts Government !

imprisonment life. to him the of Council Bishop the by ,force the on veteran ten-year a on Committee. President's the
Pearson Ray Judge guilty: district 16th the of bishop active Williams examiners. Union Credit of Office Regional Midwest
pleading by Jury;} Court Circuit Federal the and Dept Police Saved Kids
*a restored 'officially was day ofJie director assistant as Chicago
beforea days two after Thursday( Miami the by FBI the of attention
| of Williams H. Percy of ointment
Thurs-1 Ntehote Ward D. Bishop
trial murder degree ,
) first the to brought' was case The Px. ap The C. D: Washington? .
ay a ; .y .
stoppedhis: 3-1 Thompson. Herbert '-- ___ '... L .
ave. 5th and st. 11th .J1 :2: : :--- "-" / >, ': -,. .
; GUILTY PLEAD NW\ on precinct police the t at :1.:: Office ks.s s.1-1. :s .=::as. oS 0< ::s U .
; -office Union Credit Federal E. C. M. PCGC in Named lAss''t-Director 'at U 'tS ":p.!: 0 q=-> Froro' gJ .. I

TO TRIAL STOPS transactions"the at sergeant with the connection by handled"in '' :as;,)oS C ...'.= :0;; CD "1It" tie.s.s i as:: i. s. I "

hter.;rnanslau. filed were charges the said Uce. wo p.dr r 8 8.E".... 8"= s 0< .s H S:

with charged: be will Crews.. pital. of- FBI Miami, the of charge in )7.T page story tether i. threatened. 'disaster.' "threatens. aid --
I Hos- Memorial Jackson at. Hater' agent special Williams H. John See( arty. Communist the and. were Ridge Prospect of area he which year a 1958 of ems -

hour an died Kimball and stop. NAACP the between,ties residential wealthy the and Club prob-, the to answer only the :5: .mI. i
not did Crews alt>:'Km' strode union. credit employes city -alleged investigating is. Legislature Country Bahamas nearby the duress" in "unity for called He
he when st. 62nd along speeding s a of treasurer was ;hi while Act by up ti.m .
the set committee time a for and clubhouse the to HoteL "faq/: : ,
I was Crews guilt\ his admitted Reserve Federal the violating flames the spread winds Fresh -Fonainebleau the at NCCJ the ;of region Fti 1,:....'..' '
t accident, the on grilled when, and, chargeof a on FBI the by week last constitution.The the of lation Fla. the at persons 750? to poke; i-' --
st 4th NW 3338 of 31. "$ arrested was ,st 56th' NW 1899 vio- in is him upon, served ,ng.: ,conference the f of chairman M "
Nathaniel2rews arrested Pollee of ,38 subpoena a that and improperly up build- panmutuel adjoining the gifts special national ,Johnson A- >
set was committee the that suit m: later seconds another and day S[
ave. 19th and st. 72nd loss. a such to ared t
ago his in charges Graham ReSr. Mon- early building grandstand "I. ,
at weeks two 35 Kimball I com-mull" is dollars, million ,1
Eugene of desth: hit-run: .be FBISgt. it. before the in occurred explosion three budget conference's the uI.' ,
.of solving the to led officer' I, -appear to him force to Legislature .$100,000.One $ said Johnson Wood Robert Gen. a.t a .:
-investigaJng accident an to tip A dt j F. night. Tuesday told was Jews 'j
by the of committee special{ -a for London of Lloyd's with
Arrested authorityof the challenging Court insured was property, The :fire. Christiansand of Conference tional 1 M '
KILLER Na- the of' dinner Brotherhood .
the investigate to pollee asked ,
Circuit: in suit filed has Church .
year a .
annual the dollars billion o
track owner '
has the of
CAPTUREHITRUN COPS Sgt 'Police : Baptist Zion ML the of minister -millionaire Canadian ,Nihon Alexis !30 estimated an costs Prejudice ----... ? lIS as.a Po..a--....... CiI"tS ..;.".... -.---....'-.. I
and leader community ;::s'O"s- ; ,"" ...
militant season. < : "
the for discontinued >? E
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Graham T. Edward The.Rev. be to have win April>: through \ tie -- r-
g .
.gQrQ r;: b roc o
- - - - week a twice ran which YearN ofl2eS.w 2 t
nfeht, Sunday, cq t as Po Po as_ !E .*op 2i_ li* *ft :::c
Comm. Challenges Racing fire, $240,000$ 8. 0::c 'l' tJ t-4- ." ... S ... '
Graham Rev. a in ruined was Hall Horse ntit::ClSIIJ:5CDC: ; U::Et:1i't, ; : :t -g cao 1.4 ,. 1ICi.

;j Hobby Nassau's track.- Bahamas race" horse, only $30$ Costs lice :1 !J. i nt 4

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by University.C Boston< )from! Phd. t-4-. !1 :> !C '7uA'! :d u 'i-
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1 Fire Ruined "Bobby receiving'his S:2 fi ; ...:is:C ; = .
Track Horse" Nassau'sNASSAU ,,' University Amherst Car-, Mt. served. .SVtill : : 9t- -- _,
"" f of graduate a is Cools Dr. C. D. thefi from Tuesday' med'j .";5 :T ": Beach MianVI, on Hospital "'
Washington University, Howard he where Washington o fcjflfs I Sinai Mt. at died Congress:(

at department Language, ,Funeral Range the by shipped I andBYPu School Sunday,, 1 National,
PAGES SIXTEEN 1954'$ ,22 FEBRUARY -Romance the of head Cook Mercer was txxly- \Th daughters. two the of president C D. iaglea
-- -- FLORIDA MIAMI 26 NO. YEAR 35th groups Choral school high city's: Dr., be will speaker .Sunday's' and wife by survived Is He : Wash of Jernagia! H. W. Her.
.,. the ef one! by furnished be win p.m. 3i43: at beginning Church .
Mutant' : program the supporting; I MusIc: Baptist .
Institutional% 'John'
I ---- matter. Kpndrlflr! the 8t., at forum -tint its bold will Here Dies :leader
and languages romance the with body ehrte and literary ft dubs :
deal l d that books many written of King the activities forum
bus Cook Dr. area. Carrjbbean: of year') 28ta' its Beginning .
the in research: additional I .

-completed and .government S. U. the [ -organizations.,active oldest Miami's of Baptist Prominent
for f representative a as Europe I one by sponsored forums of series

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To Appear fin:'. ' '
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sPedoiets 3y ional TV", Concert .

Mrs. Florence Pate Sampson of
(Second 'In a eerles) ." :. : Detroit, Mich'.* will be',presented \

By ELLIOTT:' J. PJEZE' 1 ',i, A..'" here in full concert at the spacious
;' < , ';:" : Northwestern Auditoriumon
The organization of the popular ,.' .,1:', ;1' March 9 at 8 p.m. This is a
Educational leviJon classes , rJ; benefit concert for the Sunshine
at Dunbar Elementary School Convalescent Center Building
operates through five areas "TheTV f program and the public is invited

studio, the Resource Boom, ., t. to attend.
the Special Projects Boom and ... .
the Playground' Skill Area. Each .
of these areas may 'well be considered -, 1 ,% yil
an important pert of the i't l'' n .,r(
new teaching Innovation.The .
Special Projects Classesare
probably the most timely ad- fy

ditiens that tie actual television.. : i ..r
classes i can enjoy. :
.t ..9yyA
In these classes the students *
are .taught special covrw*' In d 4 Its '?

music, art tcoavervattonaJ Span
Ish, physical education, science \
(certain phases),* health and
and safety education.

The classes nave been designed : &;1:: : ;Antient2geTHE

primarily torelievo those teachers -
in charge of 1be regular tY UGHTER B9URBON
classrooms, from! Bvexitag their gz Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 6 Yrs.M
attention to extra-curricular: 86 Proof.CAnclint Af DIaL Co. Frankfort ft.

course's and thus aeablt rtbem to, The Special rOjects Classroom at Dun- extreme right Is Mrs., Ruby Word/ aideto

concentrate. on the fundamental bar Elementary School df which Mirs. Mrs. Jollivette. Seated' In the desks in

'skills. reading, writing, axithmetic Frances R./ ollivette is the teacher, in both sections of the room are students in ,
spelling science,", history Y. ,M. C. A; TODAY:
and geography. . charge. M-rS. Jollivette is shown demonstrating the class. This scene is one in the. Conversational -, I'-

material! +Used in one of the four Spanish Classes-Photo by Johnson I. .
TEACHER AND ,AIDE i UN classes. :' St nding.. in the background at of ,Miami. ,JOIN THE

. Very similar to 'toe television .
classroom, the special projects THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' NeWspaper"
-.tEi !!'SEJl5EEJtlI! !:! !iSIDJlElEltJ1i>!!!! !! !!!!IEIlllIiIIim'!!!!! > ..ti -
classroom also baa ctestdMr and
.a aide Mrs' ftraaccs JL. JoXUvettek -, PAGE 2 SATUJ DA Y, FEBRUARY 22,. 1958Shirley

a very taleatted iatthrklual, Richmond Flashes i i /
possessed with' a very a&nirahiepersonality

is the teacher. In Baptisms at St. Gibson and Mrs. Rosana
charge of four of the ,
pro- By ORA D TALYOR -=-- McKnlght were baptized by the
ject classes. These include! ,health, % .. ... Augustine pastor, Father DeVaney.
; .
.. -"'" -- -- at '
safety, educationY science. and IU tBt: =-Z:=:\imttmt: --'-- ;

conversational 1 Spanish.Mrs. .. HEART SUNDAY -The tleart f''1 'VISITORS We were host Two1 new mem :>ers. were addedto Mrs! rolene Sands and Mrs.

Jollivtite his,. that rare Association Is observing Sunday, anal hostess to a most distinguished St. Augustine's Church by Enid Russel were sponsors for the
gift of ability to .get' the subject Feb. 23 as "Heart ,Sunday." A guest on last Saturday in the solemn baptism last Sunday. Miss, new Catholics. The next convert

matter over to the .students: : in a volunteer will call upon you. I person, 'of Rev. Richard Allen ...........................NINN............. class will begin Monday, Feb. 24 '
in Augustine.
8 the St.
Please donate Hllderbrant of Bethel at pm -
manner that's easily' understandable to help complete pastor .
to them. Mrs;: JoDJvette isassisted quota needed to, balance the AME Church,' New York ..City WILL BUILD School cafetoriiim. at 3601 Doug
las Road.
by an aide Mrs. Ruby Heart Fund budget for 1058. We I ftev. W. E. Taylor gave the guest ,
,World, ,a very conscientious ;person will make all reports Sunday' >a sightseeing tour before dinner ON OUR LOTS the Everyone classes is which welcome will to be attend held
,. '. afternoon to' area chairman, I which was served formally priorto
14601 Lincoln! Boulevard. All' the trip ,to Eastern Airlines, 'IN OPA LOCKA every Monday and Friday night
Other teachers of Special, Pro. shoppers in the business center escorted by'"the Rev S. A. Cousins during Lent ,

Ject Classes are lira. dally are requested to drop some mon- pastor of Greater Bethel LOTS FOR SALEIN
Oate (muelc), ,M... ,Janie ey in the Red Heart,, containers AME Church of Mijml, a 'long
Flowers (art), Bragg Turner and there. Each volunteer worker 1s'' time friend of the Rev.. Hllder OPA LOCKA *
Mr*. Roslyn ,Bethel (physical education asked to help has accepted and I brant HOMES FOR SALE,
) and Mrs Dorothy L. :; thankful to. you for your
S Sanford (librarian). wring services to help a worthy DUPLEX OPTS. We have Call Mr. .FrederickUN $595'Down

cause many people who are calling for 6-8002 UN 6.7801
SCHOOL- REORGANIZEDDunbar rental homes In'our area a' subdivision Partly furnished, 2..bedroom"ens.

has been reorganized so ATTE\TD FAIR* -: Our own' or' part of Richmond ...-.NNN-......-...........NN One mortgage payment.
that,one half .or" the ts'WGrk efficient and active home demonstr&tion -', has\ been zoned for. such In a 1 Hurry! See today. $9,500 total.
in small classes of approxixBalely {( agent Miss Victoria few; months we hopV that apart
Simpson is doing a most, excellgnt ments will be available. Watch '
35 to ,40 ,students for IOnej, Near 57th
for information.Get FOR SALE
half of the day, '-vrhDe the other Job in. homemaking projectsand this ,

half are In large classes.: The students 'community relations. ,Let usencourage your\ applications in for ,4-Bedroom 2 Bath $1,495 DownNeat
alternate posftkra and our people who are one of ,the 18 large homes to begin -
classes for the second hat .f the forging ahead. Miss Simpson recently -' building soon. Our office has 2.Car Garage Home and clean 2-bedroom CBS. '

.... day. . : represented at the State.. floor plans. Come in for inspection '. . Stove and refrigerator, carport. .
'In the large groups 'containingfrom Fair In Tazn/jia/ with' a' beautiful of'same. HARDWOOD AND barreU tile roof, hardwood floors
ISO to, 209, the'students receive i exhibit of work. TERRAZZO FLOORS excellent value; $80 monthly pay: .

their daily "vised.lessonsWi INCOME TAX Our office. 1 Is Con ment. /
'OUR STCK'We 67th St.
sons. ': t are proud ttf fully prepared to take care of and '
note that Mrs. Jessie Byron of Call or Visit'
income tax Any oi
At the close of the first *ducatienal Pierce Street and Moton'Elementary notary 'work papers.and sales of type prop- 24th Ct. Gold l Coast Realty
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television. clas.. "which cafeteria staff has improved erty anywhere In the county ,or Open Sun, ,2, to 5 or 4301
N.W. 2nd Ave.
meet each morning Monday fromrecent illness'nd is able to ,
'I state; We are licensed and oper-' Call JE
1-6873 "PL
through Friday from K40 i i to tcIO be on the Job agadn' 'Mrs.. Leroy ate under Florida Real Estate 4-5508
and consists(; students of the Dennis, local school instructor Ism 'Commission
Our real estate sales --.- .
third and fourth trade these in Kendall Hospital. Can to are not confined! to Richmpnd ,
students are divided .equally and see her ''there in room 16. Ivery" Heights as some seem to think. I
dispersed into two of the several Johnson, 14960 'Jackson remainson Office is in residence: 1601 Lincoln tALL

Special Project. Classes. Fifth and the sickv list. Call to see him Boulevard. Phpne COS4240 WE CAN SAY IS THANK YOU
sixth grade etudenta, who had Mrs. Jackson of 14025 Jefferson Ora D. Tayloj. FOLKS FOR,YOUR WONDERFUL RECEPTION
been attending two/ of the Special St. Is. also on the sick list. She is '
Projects Classes, In 'acwrte groups an Eastern Star member. Please Wanted: A, real estate sales- UPON THE"OP'NING: OF. '

during the first class period to- call to ,see her.TEEN.AGERS. man at once call above phone. OUR, SECOND 'STORE IN DOWNTOWN MIAMI
gather attend their wdwcattonaltelevision ,

9:20 to B:50.class v which meets from note the. fine spirit- We demonstrated are proudto I BRAND NEW NOW 2 STORES TO SERVE YOUCUSTOMERS'

by our teenagers by being the '
A similar procedure is, followed first group In the Heights to dO-I Beautiful3Bedroom .
in the tfternoon when each of nate food to the migrants. I FARM
the large classes, return to the Distress' They have sponsored I .
TV classroom for a question 'and several drives by giving parties ,I \ .
answer period on the lecture it with admission''With can goods.Tn Hardwood Floors MARKET' .
received on TV that ,morning.The last effort they Joined in with Garage .

fifth and sixth (grades from Martin Elementary and contributed Open Sun; 2 to, 4:30: p.m. '. 1001 NAV. 62nd Street and,
11JO to 12:40: and the third and groceries 'and a box' of milk \

fourth grades from 12.d0''to 120. for the migrants. Next week we 2pOO N.W. 56th St. 1045 N.W. 3rd Avenue '
wish to publish flames of teen- "
A MASTERFUL JOB agers who have done outstanding I CAPPER 'i". ,
services. \
A recent visit by' this writer to CONST. CORP. Req'lember'oul'' "
th'e Special Projects Classroom ", our 'MOTTO: W. sell only fresh fruits- 1
where Mrs. Jollivette is In charge Save 25 percent on every
disclosed that this teacher is ish song on The recording dollar" and shop I In comfor* greens and

doing a masterful i Job la her NEXT WEEK: '"Our American ,t UbH, clean alf' .eondltlonedtores. country egg Direct from
classroom. Approximately 100 Heritage\ ,? topic of second TV.
class at Dunbar." Drive Carefully! r- grower to you. .
students' were. present in the l I I
class at the time of the visit .

In her Spanish Class Mrs. Your Watch, Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted, THANK YOU SPECIALS .' "I

demonstrates Jollivette not the only many erpI.aJDJ'and:Intricate Guaranteed ..:........1..r, .,.. $4.75 MUSARD & TURNIP .

pronunciations which the language Late Records <....., ....... ..... ....4 for 1.00 'GREENS I Jumbo Sweets .
entails; Gut also uses a 25 bunch I >-
record player with the voice of T Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio ,FREE. HOT PEPPERS I < Mfi IL
a, native Spaniard to further R With all | WV IB '
the Guaranteed Watches ,..?..? from $8.9 greens .' :
teach the ,students correct .
manner In which the words should DAVID-JEWELERS ... ', Always bring the kids for free gifts Iy. _: '
be pronounced. The .tuIItDts'Wft'e
yitrjr attentive and at various 1188 NW. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 . .:ppen. Dally 730.a.m. to t p.m. And all day Sunday ,

'points sang along with 'a Spaa- rr sir ,

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,officers: and members of the

,SINCE JHE.; CLOSE of the Cot. I Cleaners ,on 62nd street near 15th Junior and Senior Ushers Union I
I ton Club and the absence of the'I ave., has installed new machines I Association are utged' to be present 1
Cotton Club, Cuties,. the town is and will be able to turn toe : at our monthly program Sunday 1
just about to be buried Most of work out'twice as fast and that'sa Feb. 23, 3 p.m. sharp. The \
the"money I'I good deal . While standing Ina I program will be sponsbred between -
Matthews Freewill
bar 14th street
bags" packed up 'on having a
Baptist Church Senior ushers \
their ole kit bags beer Officer Langford walks in '
and cut out. and all of a sudden the place was board and Mt. Olivette Missionary

However. the SO quiet jou'd thinta that Doe Baptist Church Junior usher .11
Ray Mitchell Holliday had walked in. One I board. The program will be .
and said "Hi officer sponsored at St.; Matthews Free-
Golf tourney guy stopped up
will Baptist Church on NW, 21st
clean. And I
we're as
may ,brighten
st. and 4th court Thanking you
things/up a bit.! turned around, I discovered the
guy was eight! tho entire place advance for your cooperation.
. BACK j .p Deacon David Hudson '
I1 was empty, and brother that's Pres. THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
TOWN DEPT II what I call clesn. Rev J. B. Woodley, pastor KM****sa ddt.Barton Whist* .s Vn.OMfml
Jade Points anc I Mrs Tommle L, Ellison, II .CAnctal Ace Ditt Co,r'
his magazine subscribers crew I BIa NICK got marrledif 'Sho'a Mrs. Juanlta Grant, supervised \ reporter

will work' Miami for about two a real nice and, cute person, and for 'the Miami District of the Atlanta 1 '
weeks, so if you should happen we would like to congratulate her Life Insurance Co.,' has
to be called upon to take a sub and hope that they will have a been selected as "Best Supervisorof
scription to a magazine (any 1 long, happy life together .,. Fun- 1957." Because of her outstanding
kind) be sure and buy one or ny I should think of this, but on record,' Mrs. ,Grant received '
more. You'll save money. 7th avenue somewhere along honors at a recent Supervisors STAR MEAT MARKET
47th to 51st 'streets, there's a Conference at Orlando. The Ooa' ,
JACKIE "Mr. 'Baseball" ROB. laundry with a sign over the Locka, Liberty City and'Browns.
ENSON is in town. He's here for door that sez, "Live life, every ville areas are under' her supervision -
the golf tournament. Sportsmen golden minute of it." PEACE, 1520 N.W. 62nd 'Street -

Kiah Sayles and Harold Kempare _
back, too . Congratula. "Wild is The'Wind" .
tions are ia order for the fine
dance I 'given by the MRS Club Coming to ,Libcity THE MARKET. WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE'
last Friday' night at the, Fiesta Theatre"Wild '>,' I' :

Room. Seemingly, ,everyone had "
a wonderful time dancing to the is the Wind," acclaimedHal
music of Bullmoose Jackson and 1yY"L Wallis production starring
1 Fresh Meat Low Prices
listening ,to Dr. W. A. Patterson, 1 Academy Award winners Anna -

Jr., the vocalist.DURING 4' Magnani and Anthony Quinn and ,,,' .
skyrocketing Anthony Franciosa, ,
A phone conversation will open'next week at the Libcity I

1 with,Jimmy Kayek, owner of the Drivein 'Theatre .
Jim Jam Clulb out on 75th st., I Co-starring Dolores Hart and ,
was informed that the Blanche Joseph Calleia, the Paramount
Calloway show this week wiU bea VistaVision presentation is, the
humdinger Included in the +k primitive and lusty story of a Leaders Help Solve The Problem'
show will be that singing singer woman who wanted to be loved ,
Chlckie (Don't Worry About Me) for herself, the husband who triedto
Home; Pretty Bertha Williams, remake' her in the image of 'Pledges Kept '

Vickie Cope, Vanilla Williams, his deceased wife, and theyoung '
... Satch Robinson, Carlos Bermu- man to whom she turned. in her "Upon request a report will ba malted. FREE, published
dez and his band, plus an extra need. I by the AFRO-AMERICAN a* a result of tkalf Independent In.
added attraction in the person of., ... vtttfgatlon of the town of MIZPAH' betwve,(.Philadelphia .nd
Mr. Relaxation, GU Fisher . Kiddie's Fashion Atlantic City, N.J. *** for the people, who want to llva. : Inpeace '

Excuse: me . Gil Nelson, I mean v ," nd'contentment" I '
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. Lord Count ,and his group Parade. Sunday \
are appearing at the Miami Carver I Mrs. Jlmmie! ,L. Wilson has been N.: Rathblott ,pledged to Dr. W. H. Jamloan, President'cf'
Lounge. Manager Eddie Williams cited for her achievement dur- The 9th Annual Kiddie's Fash- then.BTU, Sunday School Congress and .e&et eutttandtno load
sez' that the Carver Lounge ing 1957'by the Miami District of ionette and Baby Contest sponsored ors,that ho will extend 'tho" ,reduced price* for a'limited time 'at
i is the place ,to enjoy, good food the Atlanta Life Insurance Co., by Beautician's Unit No. 7 his' hugo development
where she i is employed, Mrs. Wilson will be held this Sunday, Feb. 23 I
and good music. merited the honor of "Best at Dixie Park Community Center N. Rathblott, owner and dev.lo,., cf the town' MIZPAH,
I All .Around Agent of The Year." beginning at 4 who I It will known to mllllona of peopl. throughout the United
NOTE to all aelfer Pleat* try She is serving as agent in the Opa Mrs. Hazel Crawford pjn., general States, and the'oMy man of Mo race, waa'honored,with, a.. lifemambershlr
to stop any golfers you see play- Locka and Liberty City area. chairman that < to the National Bapitot itvntt0n 0' America,
announces more
ing with more than four people 4 I Inc.: and accorded with membership to vaHooo' Baptist Stato ,
I z z ,than 30 tots are scheduled to "
Last Monday Ibimfoody from, the Practical Nursing model the latest in children'sfashions. Conventions.

city commissioner's office was ., Mrs. Sanford will .narrate v MODERN CUSTOM BUILT HOMES
out on the course taking pictures
the show. The committee has -
of a group of seven men, and Class BeginsOn also arranged a brief; but delightful FINANCED F. H. 'A. ,
made the remark that this kind t program for the occasion. BUILDING LOTS AND FARM PLOTS
Monday, Feb. 10,
city to defeat .
of thing will help the
The public it most cordially invited
the Negroes in their appealto the new Practical Nursing to attend. HIGH, DRY LEVEL AND RICH SOIL
Class began their basic trainingat
don't play realize golf everyday.the mistake Most we make of us Northwestern llirh School. Unit No, 7, the oldest unitofthe "This growing town, MIZPAH, already has factories, stereo,

but when It comes 'down to the The next practical nursing Orange Blossom Beautician'sAssociation churches, school' electric light, telephone, railroad station and ,
nity grity, Mr. Charlie is way out class win begin in September. "to In community this area, advancement has contributed bus service and has boon endorsed "by the large RoMgloiu' and
terested may call'RA7:& organizations aueh act
front and pushed back Fraternal ,
we are
45491 for further Information. through contributions t. -
20 years by this sort of thing. -- civic and 'charitable organizationsover THE NATIONAL BAPTIST'' CONVENTION OF
Remember golf is a gentleman'sgame a ion "I period of time. The' AMERICA, INC. ,. '
Tca .
so act accordingly. Need Anniversary current president J la Mrs.,, Marion THE GRAND LODGE OF THE ELKS}

t say more? Progressive Court No. 44 Heroines I Muldrorw, noted Immediate AME churchwoman THE B.T.U. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS AND
of Jericho crdlally invite ,and past cochairman -
NAT VAUGHN, Downtown to attend their 5th ann1v r- for tlio NAACP Membership THE AMERCAN' LEGION, JAMES RERSC EUROPE
Barber flew to Cubato doa you drive.MONROE POST No. a 0" WASHINGTON, D.C.
Shop, sary tea, Sunday, F b. 23 4 to 0
the usual gas job for Nat King "j.m. ,'Mr. S. J. Lilly of Afro The above named organization hate already secured prop.
I Cole. Once a year Nat Cole goei American Life Insurance Company MUSIC HOUSE arty ao well as thousands of Individual located throughout the,
to Cuba and send for Nat to IJ I guest speaker. The affair four corner. of this United State*. ". AfroAmorkan Homo
process his hair, cause in Cuba will be held at the home of Mr. Everything In Gospel Service League has' also secured property 'In MLzpeh.
J they think that a process is some and Mrs. Ernest,Pierce, 3360 NW Everything ,for the church.MUlIC'1
sort of legal esrvice: . Chicago 46th terrace. Mrs. Rosetta Sullivan church furniture, Baptist Tees are alroadyHoIng cleared for a 13 million dollar proJ..ct .
Super Market Kin, Ike Sim, and Is M. A. M., and Vivian ard hymnals, AME hymnals. 242 'for the. construction of more than one thousand homes*
popular sportswoman, Audrey Brunson, secretary NW fcth st, apt. ,5. FR 3-6483. stores, Industries, shopping cantor, within SO ,city blocks from
Hinton, nave taken a. Caribbean the Mlzpah Development Another mllflon dollar chemical
cruise in order to beat the cold plant within a abort distance I I. already under construction. The
weather . Policeman of the reduced prices and term will sound unbelievable and amazingbut
week: Richard S. Davis. Pretty JAMES' It I I. true. If you are atlll In doUbt, we can always refer you
girl of the week Darnell Ward. to I.aderl In your own city or Ute and they will toll you that
Bartender of the week: Charles Rathblott can bo trusted regardless- if any one purchase tight

Miller Sharp cat of the week: unseen. ...
Steve McEirvurray.: Biggest thief N. Rathblott guarantee to change the location of iota of
of the week: 'Me" . 1 stole equal 'value before a deed I I. give If purchaser desire. '
23 yards on the gold course from 1 OON.W.:3rd Ave. ,;Phone FR 3-9481
Dr. James Lindsay and Ddunaaner PREVIOUS PRICES i-

Man Eddie Piper . and still $150.00 Now $ 76X0 lop
lost the game. "Easter Is Near-April G, -Lay Away Now!" per
MMMMMBMIMMMMWMOTHERINLAW. $250.00 $125.00 per lot

O.d-ln- Easter filled Basket .50-2.50 Boy Sock _...... pair .:t $400.00 $2004)0 per lot
Easter Oreeee ,-- 1.982.98Bouffant Boy Long Pant :pair 1.00
law, Mr. and Mr Marion shared Farmer a Slip ... .t.8t Boy Shlrta ..._......_... 1.89 TERMS ON BUILDING LOTS, AS LOW ASi

and B. A O'Neal the Easter Hate -.-...._ 1.4' Boy ''Hat ..?.....,_....... 1.10
week in here'Atlanta in order'to, which escape they do Hat A Bo Set _.._ 2.25 ,Boy" St.lta, 2 pc*. ........ 1.00 $2.00 down & $2.00 per mo. on each lot I
Mom-in- PocketbooksNN.. AI BOW TIO .nririril-lni* 0*
every year been Sock .,______ pair .2. Baby Diaper Set ....._ .8t For More Information write to
tow has ofthe Atlanta DailythWorld Ribbon. ___ yard M Baby Shoe ._.._....._., .49

tor was in Its diaper Cotton Dreeoe ......... 1.00 Baby Bonnet __MM.. 1.00 N. RATHBLOTT '&' SONS COMPANY
since paper
days . Nat Cole comes to Miami Panties _.._ Pair .23 Baby Dresses .-..-_... ..89l

to appear on the Beach. Nat, 111 .- ARAMINGO & GIRARD AVES.: PHILA.. 25, .PA*,:
respected by
and ,
who Is loved -
will be on hand to -- GArfield 6-1103 ,
present everyone trophies to the winners "KEYS MADE WHILE YOU W"AIT'8lmpUclt \ '

tourney. <"*tt ern. Money Order Sold Every Day
the golf
of I ., ____ _
.> __ i ,Mon. Thru FrlJ 71 a.m, to 7SO( p.m-8at. till gad p.", .,' f" ; I'
t the -
back *
I BUD WARD Is Cloaed.iundays: -
Booker Terrace as desk clerk. rP." Our'Classified Columns':Get.'Fa: Results
Bud's first gig in Miami was ts < ; .,
-- '.
of the Terrace . Pratt I
manager / I






PAGE 4 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1958 ."1 . . . . . 1 . J . . . J . J . r . . J 'J Railway travel I Ia much safer s
today than It was a year ago. For

.... Instance, the passenger. casualty
JUST BROWSJN'PAUL rate Including ,all kinds of Injuries -
wae reduced from 45.0
100,000,000 pa..enger.mlle In

------ R. HENRY 1913 to 9.8 per 100,000,000 pas

._ . ., J., . ,..- senger-mlle In 1956. In the same
-- - - - - - - - - -
t' period, the casualty> rate for em
The National Collegiate Athletic to say about this. ployees was reduced even moreIn
Association regional basket- comparison, a direct result of
ball tournament comes off next Hollis Hinehah a' well known the organized safety programs on
TKMPOBA MUTANTT NOS MCTAMCB IN ELLIS month in Charlotte, N. C. For the Miamian, Francis E. GetChell!, the railroads. ,
HTh Times Are ChM*.. A.* W. Are! Changed With Them Getchell and William
will be
first time, there no seg- Harry
At least three Powers executive secretary of
regation. Negroes ,
Off!*. M lilt N.". Third *......*Bnmi, florid*-Telephone FB SttMPUal Control on
the State Board are
will participate. They are mem- of
M 1710 V.. W. Uth .*..._Tel pbo..,PL 4-el*$ connection with
> bers of the Temple team. Perhaps trial for fraud in
the credit goes to Temple the defunct Florida Palms Co.
..t.r.4 .e 0 PB. Claw Matte.. A.r..t /. im at the Poet Office *lMUml because the management said
rUrU _.. set of March S, 1876
r the
the Negroes on the team, will> >Jive County Commissioners on
Member of VU2V N. . PablUhers AtfocUtloa
w per Attorneys
with their teammates and eat in Wednesday appointed two -
MeaMr of ... Aieeelated Pr...
John .
I. the same restaurant, or Temple Charles Snowden and
Will not take a part. i Turner as judges tff the new e a
court. Salary
OABTH C. BaIlT... *M..Ut. .Editor .. lotteville Chamber of Commerce

\ 8tJUllfiaiPTION RATE tONE saiU arrangements,had been made On Wednesday night at Miami
TEAR 14 ee SIX MONTHS $$.60 THREE MONTHS Ills for months to take care of all the Beach Tiger Jones' won over Kid
teams in the same facilities, "I Gavilan. in a split decision. Judge
-OBKDO Or T41K NEGRO PRESS": think i all this talk is starting out I Gardner gave 97 to 95 for the

THB NEQBO rRBCIS- eHe" tfcat America, can belt lead the world of New York. They want Temple I, Kid referee Regan saw it 97 io
from racial and national, a... toM ef reel, color or steed. .... bare.a ..4'le..1 rlfhU. Dating no map, l.... I to 95 for Gavilan.
leg M Man...he Negro rM BtrlvM U kelp every man In the,firm bollef thai At Nassau, Bahamas on Mondayfire [
.U mea aN knit 'at lea* M MWMM to .held back. destroyed the Hobby Horse \' This fight was not at the Beach Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 6 Yr..Old
Hall, the only race track in the I Auditorium, ,but the Carillon SSProof Ancient", .Dlat.Co.,FrinkfortKy.
Bahamas. The damage is estimatedat club. Among those
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKAFRO $200,000. An explosion occurred witnessing, the bout were Joe
in the grandstand building Louis and Jackie Robinson. Drive Carefully

INSURANCE CO. ANNUAL MEET and' one in the club house. -

I This week Florida's biggest 'Negro"corporation holds This means no more horse- ......
racing for this season. Police are
its annual stockholders meeting at its home office in investigating. Evidentaly this is

Jacksonville.The a case of arson.

Afro la an $11,000,000 concern It has branchesin The rector, Archdeason J. E.

all the bigger cities in the atate of Florida. employing Culmer and the congregation of
approximately: 800 people.In St. Agnes are rejoicing, over the
I burning of a, $10,000 mortgage
Mjajml, Otis James is the district manager. i debt on their parish hall. The .
burning took place on "Monday

Leaving for Jacksonville Wednesday evening to at- night, following a parish dinner

,tend the meeting as guests are the following members of largely friends.attended by members and
president J. H. Lewis' $1,000 Club. These agents collectedover I

.$1,000 eaic-h during; the month of December. \The rector recently returned
from New York where he was

Percy A. Styles, Willie Slater, Charles 'Gibson, Josh called to a meeting in connection Automobile dealers faced with Why is It that Florida Power and

Brown, T. A. Sams, Mrs. Arlean Strachan, Mrs. Etta with the coming General Con- sagging sales, plan a. big sjrini: Light co. and Southern Bell fall
vention of the Episcopal Churchto to hire Negroes when practically
Moore and Lucius Harper. campaign, promising bigger tradein
be held
at Miami Beach, ill of us use their utilities?
values plus 42emonths to pay
At the (annual banquet' on Saturday night, the Rev, Instead of 36. Might be OK but
Edward T. Graham, pastor of the' MtZion Baptist Florida's Cabinet on Monday the finance companies don't fa- Dave Bondu told you that Nat
approved flew to Cuba
a $65,000 program for Vaughn to do Nat
the plan' . Fresh vegetablesare
Church Miami will be the.guest speaker. yor
"crash (advertising" to convince King Cole's hair but he didn'tsay
high as a kite due to our
directors and reluctant ,tourists that Miami, freezing weather Don't look for that Louise Evans caught the
Mr. Kelsey Pharr is on the of despite record cold weather this same plane to glamourize Nat'swife

'James C. Evans is a.vice, president. > the nation. .Forty, or more news- prices March or to April.come Citrus down fruits before are Marie . If you think gospel

S e* a a m aM B a B a mB mm B*a wai the nation. Forthy or more newspapers in the same category '. Wanta concerts, are not a big draw
north of the Ohio river In Miami listen. The Rev C. L I
ASH WEDNESDAY, and east of the Mississippi River government job as a secretary, Franklin,' Davis Sisters, Little
\ or stenog? Send 20 cents to Supt.
will do I the advertising, said B. Sammy Bryant the Consolers j
of Documents Government
Wednesday of this week was Ash Wednesday. was R. Fuller, directpr of the State program Sunday at Northwesterndrew
Miami but church people found [ Printing Office, Wash., 25, D.C.
+ta cold day for many Development Commission 1,300 seated 500 standees

themselves present at the distribution of Ashes and Holy And the Miami City Commission The Mayflower II had its 100,- and almost' 1,000 had to be turn-
services at 6 and 6:30 ed away . Edward McIntosh
Communion > a.m. a.m. will see to it that "any two 000th Visitor last Friday. Be sure from Chicago is still
or more radio and telegraph, tele- and take the kids to see it before recuperating -
C Lent is a time for self discipline, which is not always vision commentators, reporters It leaves at the end of this in Jackson Memorial room

easy, but is necessary 'to keep one's life under control.) :press agents' of the state of California -, month The numbers boys are 4. Sam Cohen of .
and crying the blues. What ,with three Dorsey Junior
Caribbean and the
Stations of the Cross and' other special services will Bahama 'Islands to conspire, together straight "hot numbers" jumping High sent me a copy.of the breakdown -

be held in most churches during the Lenten Season. to bring weather colder .out 9, 1 and 100 really sent at of vandalism school and breakins -
than 60 degrees or precipitation then reeling , And how about t our and the yearly
surprising. In the
of rain in excess of one-half inch the cops pinching a preacher in past .
BROTHERHOOD" WEEK in arty calendar month"} to Miami., I. that Opa Locka numbers raid last year the delinquents have cost
taxpayers than
The fine to be imposed,is $ OO. Saturday ? '? ? Rev. and Mrs. more $5,000.
This is also, Brotherhood Week, sponsored by the I Leroy, Maura j rains down from The damage distributed among
National Conference of Christiana and Jews. You can !bet California win Cincinnati to bury his father. 17 schools with Dorsey, A. L
Lewis R. R. Moton
fight any fine against her even The former Si Agnes acolyte now and Poinci-
President Dwight D. Eisenhower is honorary chair- going to the United State Weather pastors ,Quinn Chapel AME. His ana Park hit the hardest.

The 1958 theme is Brotherhood For Peace and Freedom Bureau and the U, S. Supreme sister, Leola Plcze, also was down Photographer Frank
it! That people shall Court. [ from .FAMU for, the funeral. Johnson
-BelIeve it! Live 111 Support I deserves a lot of credit for the

live as one family of man. President Eisenhower this week I: That hard hitting novel, "Man- fine Job he did of shooting pic I

appointed Gordon MadLean' Tiffany dingo" is now on sale in tures and readying them for
Brotherhood Week is a good time for people' to get former attorney general of bade' form It's gall about slave- press so early of the Dr. Martin

to know and appreciate each. other: to make brotherhood New Hampshire! to !be staff director breeding in the pre-Clvfl War L. King speech. Johnson made

a year'round practice. of the Federal Civil'Rights South. Sordid and shocking buta the shots Wednesday got up before -

J Commission good book . Jackie Robin dawn Thursday to develop
I son vacationing here, will address and l print them in time to catch
WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Little Rock reports Minnie( an NAACP rally In Tampa the Miami Times' Thursday
Jean Brown 16, expelled from SundayThe circus at Miami morning deadline for, photographs.
February 21' is "'Vorld'Day of Prayer" sponsored by Central High School because of Stadium was good last week, but
The General Department of United Church Women, of the trouble making. It will be inter- Oh that cold weather. The box We don't know who said this

National Council of Churches of Christ. The theme is esting. to hear what 'Minnie has office took a. terrific beating . but'A it's good:
wife is f
I a woman who sticks -
.' "The Bread of Life.- \ with her husband thru all the

On this. day people of the'famfly of.God unite around Pearson and TV newscaster Rajph Renick received silver hadn't trouble: married he wouldn't her. have if he '

the world in a service of Prtap er and Praise on the theme medallions from the 'Florida Conference.Josephine" But we do know who said this:

Bread of Life. Observances are held in 144 countries. There is not much to a man
Each year the, services comes from a different country. Hirsch, Miami Edison High; Betty J. Kelly, who is no wiser today than yes-
written women of Australia. Booker T. 'Washington High, and Russell Jack Weber, terday.-A. Lincoln. '
This,year it is "by Miami Edison, all received bronze medallions.,

CHRISTIANS, AND JEWS CONFERENCEThe 'jlames Aquiline, Miami Edison, Harold Culmer, buyers Railroads and are customers imong the In Amen.Ca. largest.

Booker Washington, and Doris Arlene Gold> Miami Their shopping Kit Include
National Conference of Christians and Jews Jackson, received, certificates for brotherhood work more than 100,000 dlftlnct Items, r

held their aanual dinner ,on Tuesday evening at Miami \ ... ranging from lead pencils to lo
from toothpicks to
Beach with 750 present.
persons BANK OFFICIALS INDICTEDOn telephone poles. In the five-year .

General Robert Wood Johnson, special gifts chair- period. 1952.1956. the. Class I '
Tuesday a Federal Grand Jury in Tampa indicted railroads of the country
Dr. John Fisher. director of the Canadian spent an
man ,and average of $482 '
four of Miami's million, _
leading bank executives on chargesof a year
Travel Association condemned prejudice stating that it mishandling of than for fuel, $148 million a year for
more $7,000,000.
was ,costing $30 billion a ;year. ." forest products,. $531 million. a,
'.' Those indicted Baron De year for Iron and steel products
were : Hirsch Meyer of the
+ Fur. adults and six high school students were hon.ored and $575 million for other pro
Miami Beach Federal and Loan Association
; Leonard ducts-a total
brotherhood work in Dade County. average annual
for> Abess chairman of the North Shore Bank and the Indus expenditure" og $1,737 million for

Carl Weinkle, Miami Beach businessman, received a trial Bank of
Rational award f or*his "qualities devotion and humanity Federal l and Sam Becker also of the Beach Federal. annual sums spent for new
him OB a friend of all -: , property Improve.
which mark mankind. ,
: Meyer and Abess were freed on bonds of $8,000 each m.nta..ol' such things M electric,. I

J Financier; Dares .3 Itinfch Meyer, Circuit Judge Ray .and Becker and Kennedy, $5,000. '. telegraph Ity water,service.and telephone and




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I A : :k ENJOY 'RELAXED, ::: '

. .1.
The first picture of the group mother, M rs. Ellzo/beth/ Kweku, ,, ' '
which attended the recent 'wedding who came to Accra for the event. "" :... ,
of Prime ;Minister Kwame Behind the bride is Acting Chief .
Ukrumah and his bride, the for- Justice Van Lare, On either aide .
mer Miss Fathia Helen Ritzk, at standing in the back 'are members FEBRUARY 22, 1958 PAGE 5 .
Christisnboiy Castle in Accra. of the Prime Minister's Cabinet uJ.tlllO
i Shawn are the ,Prime Minister, notable among them, being -- .
head of the government of Ghana ] Finance Minister Gbedemah, have 'been making covered wagons .
and Mrs. Nkrumah Second from I Minister of External Affairs Kojo HAPPENINGS ATJESCA'
wishing wells trains and
the eft is the Prime Minister's i Betlso anrh Krobe Edu.ANP.InAround +
DAY many more objects of art that
J will channel the child's creativity with Holaum
CARECENTERS towards constructive thInk-
The Bahamas One indication of the nursery Mans for the spring festival -
school teacher being a well at Day Care Center two are
rounded, broad minded personis still la the embryonic stage; how-
By A. H. McKENZIE her ability to control her group ever we feel certain that the program -
passively, not obviously; control will be one of sheer enchantment -
and direct not subdue the' crea- to the parents, friends,
The House of Assembly Is department for six roonths or tivity of the individual child and well wishers. ,'
meeting on Monday morning, instead more is N. iMackey\ who will PATRON'S "King and Queen" for an ev-
of the evening. The mem- work with comptroller .tE IL Mc- COUNCIL NEWS ening. The first Tuesday even-
ben are all dressed in formal] Kinney in improving methods, The parents of'center one were Ing after Easter Sunday the girls
morning. coat aHhoush the idea ttC. Jn ,the dtVartm t. delightfully surprised Feb. 11 at and boys will be given, an opportunity -
does not set SO' well with some Mr. Mactoey' has had many the nursery On the regular Pa- to show off their ,Easter
of/them.; : /generally'' believed years experience. He., was 28 tron's Council meeting night the finery in a "fashion show" exclusively 1/
-tbatthe change of time was made years with the Malayan Customs children' surprised the, parents for the small-fry,; the
'to-avaid.the presence of the large Department, and was at one time with a Valentine' Day program climax of the program comes "
:crowd of spectators who are at advisor to Emperor Halle Sclas- The center of attraction was when the winners of the annilal -HFr
:,,woUlc: during the morning sfe of Ethiopia. focused on the three year olds contest are ,announced The tan-
who stole the show: with the: fare is given and the royal robesare
On February 5 hundreds of'unemployed The wedding of Andre Rodgersand little "tea tot" dance.: After the donned, then the processional .kt at'
laborers staged a demonstration Miss Eunice Jane Bethel of program plans were made by the is resounded. :
on Parliament Streetin Nassau took place protest against employers who Church on Feb. 8, the Rev "King and Queen" contest. This an event like' this? Surelyyou .
allegedly refused :to take back Canon E. W. C. Holmes, rector, event is looked forward to by will come and see the chl1 -
employees after the strike. When officiating (Mr. Rodgers is the son children and parents alike every ren perform.
the smoke was all cleared the of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Rodgers; year; I wonder who will be tne
Job situation was no better. he is a member of the San Fran- "King and Queen" this year? STAFF NOTESAll
cisco Giants and with his bride of the teachers of the
DAY CARE ACTIVITIES' James E. Scott Day Care Centersare .
is now in Phoenix, Ariz. on his
Daniel Carey, dumb and deaf honeymoon before reporting for In spite of the cold weather, enrolled in the course "Early r? C 4saarsrerttnnec
from birth, and unable to,testify spring training. spring is on the way. One Indication Childhood Education" taught
in his own defense, was acquittedon !Mrs. Rodgers is the / fauehterof of this ,is the anticipation from the University of Miami by
Feb. 4 by the Supreme( Courton Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bethel. of the biggest event of the spring Dr. Alma Williams David. This
a murder change. On New for us planning and presentingthe course is of prime Importance to
Year's Day Daniel fatally' stabbed annual contest. the nursery school teacher who
his brother, Edgar, who was Rolly Johnson Gets Out of boxes, cartons, card- wishes to do her best in her field.
also a deaf-mute, at Tarpum Elks Post board and construction paper we Uelen Strachan Stulbbs
Day, Eleirthera. A brother, Frank I
was the only witness to the trag- Roily Johnson, member of At-
edy. The victim was said ,to have las Lodge No. 308, IBTOEW, has I For Tasty, Home-Cooked Meals-Eat AtBuster's
been a man of violent temper been appointed District Directorof
and had attacked: Daniel on the Education, 4th District of
street. Florida. This appointment places Kitchen 'i '_
Johnson in complete commandand I 1
--rIW""Ut' :;-
makes him responsible for
Buliaro, found
in Baker's Famous Corner _
of manslaughter In the the oratorical contest -which is an
annual Miami affair.
Court recently, was sen- I
Supreme imprisonment Liberty Lodge No. 1032: with I Buster Collie Prop Year 'round HolaumBre
tenced to three years ,
Claude Rolle as Exalted Ruler, is
altercation the woman b
In 4 ,
an yonr guarantee
killed her common-law hus- the sponsoring lodge for 1958. Specializing in Souse, Peas and RIce and Boiled Fish
All educational committees of
Albert Harris last June 18 convenience
at Lyford Cay. The Jury asked I and exalted all rulers concerned, daughter are asked rulers, to '6901 N.W. 15th Ave. Liberty City and ,Premium Quality*

for mercy. be present at Liberty Lodge( Rest gooffoeei.Baked '
Union and the md Club, NW 18th awe., on Sunday -
The Taxi have signed an Feb. 4 at 6 o'clock p.m. for fectioa for your eating
-he of laying plans for
agreement which permits enjoyment-everyday.
to he contest. Attention: Now Reopening -
i latter to The State Convention of Elks
and from the with Nassau some International Proviios.- convene at Pensacola on April MADAM FARRAN 'SERVE It WITH
Airport 12. The annual conclave is an
The agreement is effective until occasion for all Elks: Bills and Miami's Wonder Lady

May' 15. Daughters to meet and greet Nationally' Knownl' Hlflhly' Recommended! HolismBroad

At ,West End, Grand Bahama, I session.their fellow members.. .:,during the M

the home of Rodney Latog was
completely destroyed has 0n Mr.ZtLairrr 4 LIFE READER -
fisherman,' wife BORN WITH POWERI
children. The familywas
and five MQ'HIY QVYN1ifcO' "
left destitute. of* you*, tot

z :Q ebsea Pottery of the Bahamas, BORN WITH POWERS For Prompt Efficient
on East Hill Street, is a TELLS VoilR, NAME
located here. It is ,a servicePhone '
i"" .utoOft1'wWE YOUR LUCKY DAYS
< famous, London pot- PL 44909RUDY'S }l'
.'.terV 1house. The local set-op ,if Licensed' by State and County

;headed by' David Radwnal is* Tells you any and everything you with to know without aek TV :;

-iCb: tea Pottery, Ing any questions.' Gives you rams of friends and enemies.' 'andRADIO
European ceramic -
Assisted Two Bahamians, Gives true and never falling advice on all affairs' of life. If REPAIR

Huyler and Kendal Ran worried, troubled, or 'In doubt consult" this psychic at, one. I
nt, are permanently employed, I do not calf at your home. Guaranteed Service ;

and forehimself by producing i JONT BE DISCOURAGED If you hive failed to find help Pick up and, Deliver A

the name largest Jar ever made In the I do what others claim to do. No one In Trouble Turned Away 9 ..... to 1Qi30. p.... ;

A number of young 'i'JI'VO' PUmtOA ROOM Ir. COME WITH' OR WITHOUT MONEY. Private and Confidential 6801 N. W. 15th Av. .
people are being trained. M o IT10 N* A LTE'A'tON I Reading My studio Is on the corner No side door:; No backdoors

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Nice Neely died rt. rts.Exuma .. '1
Feb. 9..Sh' Is ..urvived 4500 N.W.27th Ave., Corner 45th St -

toy a numbir 'of relatives. 1 1 Block north of Booker Terrace. Bus 24 15 Every minutes I'
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There will also be musical entertainment -
Miami Detour! Delinquency which you oaa't afford -

Engineers Open to miss. One outstanding
Ahead! feature will be a music from
Dorsey High School band.

Ranks for Enlistments. This will be the general themeof This forum is sponsored by the
a Jorum held at Bethany SDA Home and School Association ,of
Junior Academy auditorium, at Bethany Junior Academy.
Major John R. Lindsay, ,command 7:30: p.m.. Thursday; Feb. 27.
**. officer of tfcc Mitt Engineer Among speakers for the ,evenIng The school fs located at 5001 NW
: Battalion annognced that THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" are Mrs. Calvin Russell, deanof 25th ave. The general public is

the 841st is now open for enlistments PAGE << girls at Dorsey Junior High invited. /
under an accelerated recruiting SATURDAY,FEBRUARY 22, 1958 School; Mrs. Leo L. Albert, prin-

program. T cipal of Floral Heights Elemen- ,," ,..," #" " ,,,,,,,,,,,,.
Young men can now enlist in tary School, Elder C. B. Rock
the MIst and take fun advan- pastor of Bethany SDA Church;
tage of,the t.1SMilEO WD. Convicted Students ,rof. Clifford Matthews, instructor WE PAY CASH
of history,civics at Nor t h
Major Llndsey pointed out that Dade High, and Mrs. Fred Parker FOR YOUR LOTS
the Reserve Forces Act of 1955
one of Ft. Lauderdale's finest -
now Imposes coanmlaory reserve I instructors.
service on all men tit military age, Seek Review of LawWashington
and urged that an turn eligiblefor I Each of these eloquent partici- UNion 5-5 017
service, consider the United pants is noted for speaking abil-
Jot States Army (Reserve Programand I D. C, The U.S'; ity throughout the Greater Miami UNion 5.2494
consider the opportunities Supreme Court was asked last area. I
offered them Thursday to review the convictionof HOFFA PROMISESTO Presiding as general chairmanwill

i three college youths for vio- be ,Mrs. Zelma Black, whose MR. FREDERICK I
The Army Reserve offers the la ting a ,Tallahassee, Fla. bus PROD pleasant disposition and experience -

following prpgram\ : _I seating ordinance; The ordinancewas with youth will make her .
17-18V& year mga group. 6 enacted by the City Commission UNION ONDISCRIMINATION. an asset to the (program. " " " " '.I#" '
months active dit?, 3 years in January, 1957 following .
Heady Service, 4% years standby a boycott of the local trans- .

I' aeFcre.. I portation system by Negroes
\ J protesting against segregated James R. Hoffa, president of RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
.J8%-23 '
JeBf'at 6
group, seating. I the Teamsters Union has assured
months'. active duty SH years 1
the NAACP that he will send a
Ready Reserve. The Tallahassee ordinance In directive to each of the 892, locals PRIVATE FOR HIRE

20-35 year age, groan 6 months 'I effect, empowers, 'the bus\ company affiliated with the International

active duty. ., 2Vi, yean' Ready Ser- to enforce segregated seat- union calling their attention to
' Ing under the guise of
insuring"an the antidiscrimination provisionsof Ambulance Service
vice.Men equal distribution throughout the union's constitution. ,
enlisting under the above its ,buses of the weight od! the ,This
progf&rQs'will bo dntft deferred passengers/ ,being transported"and of full assurance cooperation and a resolving promise FRanklin 3-5900
while actively partktpeting in "the maximum health and
problems of discrimination submitted "
safety of the .
the 'USAR program. passengers /being '
to him
was given
Of prime importune to men In transported by it to the en4 that 'two-hour conference here In Miami a HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
the 17-18Vt year age fc the pro- .' peace, tranquility and good on Feb. 11 with Herbert Hill- .
vision 'that their 9 nntths active order among said passengers being ,
duty for training .wffl'be deferred so transported, and of sOciety NAACP lalborsecretary; FranklinH.
.' Williams
until they haw*, completedtheir generally, is preserved." |I I regional Coast ,
school studies. and
high The petition for certiorari Rev Maurice Dawkins' president OPPORTUNITY YOU
Everyone is welcome to attend filed today with ,the Supreme of the Association's Los Angeles, AWAITS
the 641st (Engineer Battalion's Court is in behalf of one White branch.
weekly drills held each Tuesday and 2 Negro' youths who 'were The conference was arranged SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED

evening, from 8 to 10 pan. at arrested,and convicted for violat-, in an effort to settle a four- PSYCHIC READER
banding T-83, USAK Center: 'Ml4ami ing this ordinance. They month-old protest movement in
International Airport., For Los Angeles against the Anheu-
despite the fact that
additional Information concerning the ser-Busch Brewery for refusal to'
the USAR program, phone prosecution's, witnesses clearly employ Negroes. The'company,
TU 8-3541, Monday through Fridays l established the fact that' race which lbI'ewsBudweiser\ beer, has
830 to 4:90 wad oak for a was the sole basis for assignment told NAACP1 leaders In Los An- 'HR ii i \
representative of'ONI Mist. and not weight, safety, health or geles that under its contract with
disorder. The validity of the ordinance the Teamsters it hires only members ,
FAMU'NAMESSPEAKER was immediately' chal-! of that union referred to the

'I len 'pd by the, attorney for the company: The1 Los Angeles
youths as a violation of the 14th NAACP' has been urging consumers !
Amendment. to refuse to purchase
Tallahassee June ,baccalaureate Budweiser beer as long as minority
groups are denied equal
and commencement speak-
employment opportunities by the
ers have been announced by
company. I
President, George W. Gore, Jr. of
Florida A and M Untftntty.'l'bey' GOING BACK The NAACP delegation met
with Mr. Hoffa and members of
are: baocal reate, Dr. .. ,-
.IAAf OOIHO, ...Ii his executive ttee.
Gardner Taylor, pester of Con- .. y.OI. "tlCTi A.OM omn They
"AT" AvI.LtIT rawerPA.rr.oOeo. cited not ,only Los Angeles but
_. . ,
cord Baptist; CburcL Brooklyn- 'IOUa llAa oanuu awn -
... of
and commencement; Dr. Charles alMAM 10 MATwALLT pIT,AMMM01_ _o aLAN QIAAN instances of discrimination on my years Experience guide and protect you through Llfdat
Wesley, president t>f Central State ......1I101G011.WA'D a"uDIT.,_AM row P KAWTMtiAM- the part of the union in other a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
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College Xenia Okta. 110O. I IUI. 1I.l1..1iI.p.SUMn cities. Mr. Hill told the Teamsters'leaders
: Baccalaureate services will be .. that many cases have been WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
held Sunday, June 1 at : filed against Uocals of the union ,For Success in Business And Love
\ OilbINmN with state and local fair
and commencement
exercises will
01$ ment practices emploY-I
be deld Monday, Jane t at 9 a.m.
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t What do you think of,the Invl.lbl.
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t1', OFFICE HOURSMO 'a.m. to, 2 p.m .. "4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television. pO"lblet'
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ill ...,. ... earth or ,womb of Nature., THERE IS AN "UNSEENPOWER"Therefore

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egislative Witch] ( Bunt of NAACP Blaste'd .


1 Continuing its harassment of I THE MIAMI TIMES ...X"The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY I

the NAACP In Florida, a state FEBRUARY 22, 1958 PAGE 7
d legislative committee investigating "
the civil rights organizationis
r r to open hearings here on Feb. NEWSPAPERS 79,473 of the 1,097,560 circulation -
26. The unit recessed on Feb. 11 total
after hearings in Tallahassee.. DECLINE IN The 138,0 M circulation of the
.' The committee now has subpoenaed California Wecklk tops that oi
MJYOR.ROBERT. KING HIGH they always have something Juicy practically all past and CIRCULATIONJefferson any single :state except Pennsylvania
who has plagued the numbers in exposing the numbers racket. present state and local NAACP whose Courier, printed at
writers, and who, like a poker They say concentration of numbers officers, and all attorneys who City, Mo. Negro Pittsburgh,, aeDs> 'all but 20, 05 of
player with a king high hand, \ players is in our sec figured in civil rights cases. newspapers today circulate a total Its 2: 1,104 weekly copies In other
has won many rounds in his tion. They also say that 75 .per of 1,697,560 copies an issue, a drop states, largely southern.
battle against this "vice." His! cent of us play the numbers In its edition of Feb. 13, the oi almost a quarter of a million Two of the 173 papers are
greatest triumph', perhaps, came weekly, LeF5 say we agree with Tampa !Morning Tribune charged in two years. The 172 papers in ''dailies (at Chicago and Atlanta)
this week 'when number 100 fell. this accusation. !What we can't. editorially that the legislative the Nejro group, mostly weeklies, five are axsnoVweekUes, one a biweekly -
This ""hot" number, has caused understand is why are our police committee has uncovered nothingnew are published in all but 15 states I and the remaining 164,
I many of the "big backers" to dq.artment and our jcity bigwigs In its hearings and that"'the plus the District of Columbia and weeklies.
welch on their customers. so' concerned about our losingor taxpayer will 'begin to suspect Alaska.
They tell ne that one of the winning our. dimes and that all he is getting for his money Results of an annual survey of M4 ,
kingpins in the business is paying nickels. on a. digit. Selahl! I is a re-reading of) history." the colored 'press, showing each
.off, but only half of the $70 for a I The committee sessions, the paper's circulation, have just ;.
Here's how the mayor has wona WE LOVE BASEBALL and editorial asserted, so far have been released by the Lincoln University wt
hand with the aid of number eve,!been a fan for many years been' largely devoted to old department of Journalism, r.
100: Writers fearing the wrath of We have followed the careers of changes and Intense study of the Jefferson City, Mo.
their customers have quit"pencil- Babe Ruth, Jimmy Fox, Lou obvious. The Lincoln University name
ing digits for their "bosses" in Gerhig, Hank Greenberg Roy ? and address listing, available on'
droves. The players are beginning Campanella, Jackie Robinson and The I testimony of one committee request, shows a decline. of seven S
to wise up and are quitting many, 'many others. Our hearts witness ,that Communists have papers 'from''' that of 1956 when
their betting or are putting reached out for Lou Gerhig when attempted to Infiltrate the'NAACP the last survey was made. It
.J' 75 percent less in the 'coffers of he was stricken and forced to was termed by the Tribune edil- gives audit bureau of circulation
the boys on the other side of the give the game up; for the torial "very stale news." figures for 36 member papers
t." tal I Babe Ruth; for immor-I' and identifies the 29 papers that .y
Committee refusal
Of course this' isn't the first Fox and many other bright stars to allow a belong to the National Newspaper
time that our city fathers have of the diamond who have come subpoened Tallahassee witness to Publishers Association. THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
cracked down 'on the numbers to dead ends in the road. But make a statement \before' the committee I California, one of the states
game here in Miami. It has been what has affected us the most :is to the was decried as -"r ugnant absorbing Negro migrants, from
going on and off as far as we can untimely demise from baseball of American concept of fair the South, spawned more newspapers -
remember, and most times witha Mr. Roy Campanella. play. (4) during the two-year
new administration. Whatever In Glen Cove, Long Island I stretch than any other state and
comes to your mind, you take it while kids play in the clear but leads the country, alonigi with ,
from there! weather this famous baseball During the tenyear period Alabama, with 14 weeklies
Not only is,.this the first time player lies on his bed and his 19471966, the railroads perform Tennessee and Texas come
that the authorities have attacked doctors are worried. Paralyzedfrom ed the equivalent of carrying a next with 11 papers each; then
"Cuba", and this Isn't the his waist down since his accident passenger 280,000 times, acres New York with nine; Illinois,
.. , first time that the big, operators last month Roy waits This the continent between New York Florlday: and North Carolina, ,
have -welched on bets. Whenever fun-loving, jovial player is in a and San Francesco for each petaenger eight each; Mississippi. Georgia,
100, "single 3" 10 or other hot morbid state. fatality occurlng In col. and Ohio, seven. Eightyninepapers
numbers "fall" there is alwaysa Ruthie Campanella k his wife Melons, derailment and other in! 13 southern states and t
chance that the players wont'be tries to be cheerful. She sends the, train accident Washington, D. C. account for
paid in full or maybe/ not at I I entire day at Campy's side tak-
all. !1'l.t1' out_ only to supervise THE MILDER BOURBON
As far as numbers playing is their six children. 'Not only fans I
concerned you can take it or leave kids of Campy, but imagine how those Northwestern Senior ,Hi. School PTA
feel who worship their daddyon
it. We don't see all the crime
or sinful and wicked deeds which and off the diamond. Thousands
are attached to It. Playing the of letters are mailed daily PRESENTS ITS
numbers is just another form of to Campanella, but so far he has SECOND ANNUAL GRAND ;
not been up to reading or ,
gambling,. which we all do occasionally
-if you are like us. We hearing them: *
I go to the races where the crime 'All of us are praying and waitIng Musical ExtravaganzaMonday
and sinful deed of gambling on lor Cant y, with luck and his
hones !is done-legally. It is done !'!'doctors' help to walk out of
at the Jal Ala fronton, at the :: Community Hospital and be backof Feb. 24, 1958, 8 p.m.
dog tracks, but it's legal. The home plate again. '
state gets millions in revenue FEATURING
from these gambling places.
Northwestern Band and Chorus ,
0 Las Vegas is built up ,on gamb
ling. Cuba is wide open. Why HICK'SPHOTO PLUSOutstanding
doesn't Florida, a yearly tourist ,
attraction legalize betting, off Guest Artists
track watering-and the nemesis, STUDIO/
bollta, numbers or what you may DONATION $1.00 BENEFIT Of ORGAN FUND
want to call it? Imagine the
2440 N.W. 60th ST. a
money the state can grab from us
75 percenters instead of just cer- PHONE NE ,33166Fine
tain individuals getting all the
Photographs '
Perhaps the Ministerial Alliance Made at studio or at
and other organizations your home LAST CHANCF TO SEE AND HEAR

will be out for our scalp, but
that's the way we feel about it. Weddings parties groups ALL-STAR BILLING
Whenever a letup, on the more Children and Babies Always
important things in our city government Welcome CHUCK WILLIS
occurs or lade of sensational HOURS: 10:00 to 1:00
for then
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L. Shipp, pastor
Rev. George E. Johnson A.
pastor Thelma Devoe, reporter
PAGE 8TURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1958 Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter !Miami has some of the finest Doris L. Hayes, reporter, .

... Sunday School ................ 9. .tn women speakers and Christiansin are always welcome 'to ,... .
- -- Morning worship .................... 11:00 our county. The women of worship with us in all our ser- :
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. Kelly's Chapel will attempt to vIces. .

prove this ,Sunday when various Our Sunday School attendance .
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST women of the city will leave their is great, and all teachers\ are at
churches and assist us in our annual I
best.Morning. .
1571 N.W. 68th Terr. their '
/ / Woman's Day program. \,'
Rev. G. Jones, pastor at 8:30( a-n service was highly
( Sunday School........... 9.45: a.m. Sunday morning and
rn Morning worship .................. 11:00: Sunday School will be called to spiritual with prayer songs.No.
i Cf Evening worship .................... 7:30: order by one"of our own Miss Choir No.1 and usher board
Maxine Neely then at 11 o'clock, 12 were in charge. ReJ.. Swain, x
Mrs. McGhaney. 'Will glorious message, .:
I ST. JAMES A.M.E. Dorothy delivered a
ir call morning worship to order. II "I'll be Satisfied When I Awake"

Mrs. C. W. Brooks, reporterDr One joiner was awoke'and confessed >

__ A. Joseph Reddick, pastor morning, 'Bringing will the be Mrs.message Ida M.for Rat-the the Lord.satisfied in the' House of! ,i', I .

The worship services on last cliffe a member of Ebenezer M. '
Sunday at St. James were most Church and principal of Northwestern BTU began at 5:30: and the ,

:.. inspiring, and impressive. During High School. president requests the presence ,
lhe 11 aon. worship period the Promptly at 3:30: the women of you and your friends. Bring a I f

Rev. A. L. Maura, a former Mi- will gather again. Presiding at Bible. ,
omlan and now pastor of Quinn this service will be Mrs. Lula Mae j _
Chapel AME Church In Glendale, Deveaux. Speaker will be Mrs. At 7 pm. devotional services "
Ohio waxed eloquent as he expounded Willie Mae James, science teacher I were highly disturbed with the ? /
the theme "Change and and director of students activities Holy Spirit Choir No. 2 san,; and
Permanence... The pastor preach- at North Dade. I usher board No. 1 served. The ,',,

e3. to the delight of all presenton Evening worship will begin at i I pastor brought us greetings from rI
Sunday evening from the 7:30: pjn. The speaker this service the Association Convention which
HEW BETHEL BAPTIST ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST theme "The New and the Old,. will be Mrs. Cora Martin a was held in Ft. Pierce, after

Rev. W. K. Smith castor Rev. N.:F Clark pastorB. member of New Hope Primitive I whkh he delivered a (powerful .
Upon our pastor's return from sermon "A Good Shepherd.
Mrs.. R. Conley, clerk Hamilton, reporter'DE Baptist Church. ,
New Orleans where he was in The climax of the service will I i This message was more than inspirational -

Last Sunday morning our pastor attendance at the Bishop's and b* the reporting from the different .
brought us a, most interesting M m ,Connectional Council he is expected captains. The public is invited i
message bearing witness to the .r4 "1 to be' at his best during to worship with us. NEW'MT. CALVERY

word of God and standing aloneas e ls Jie 11 o'clock service. The Rev. ; '
Christians must sometime: do. 1 {y n' > 0. E. Turner will deliver the MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor '

Ife spoke from St. Luke with the message during the evening worship Edna E. Thompson' reporter ./
service. D. A. Bradley, pastor vl
subject: "The secret' of a Christlan.s -
Despite the cold weather last
L. R. Smith, reporter ?
life. /
The atmosphere is charged Sunday we had a large atten-
(His message conveyed the importance around St. James geared towardthe "Let not your heart be troubled, I dance at Sunday School under ) ,,,
)of prayer and the valueof w g culminating-! the VictoryDrive I ye believe in God believe also in Sirpt. Deacon N. Miller. Prayer .
it as' an.' important weapon Sunday during the even- I me." I was led by Rev.. Johnson, the

against Satan. r ing worship service. We had a magnificient tune pastor gave remarks and Rev.
During the evening the Rev. .4 The following persons are expected throughout the day Sunday. Our Freddie' Johnson reviewed the )
Mr Hargrett (brought us a very,I to report $300 and moreas Sunday School began at 9:30a.m.: lesson.

interesting message from the captains of their respective We enjoyed a wonderful lessen) I Morning prayer service ,was
Book of Isaiah. His subject was groups: Pro. Cleveland Jackson, and was able to obtain valuable conducted by Deacon Martin and ,
"I have seen the Lord/ Annie (Brown, M. Gilbert, Edna information. the message was delivered by '

After I service a short but spicy I M. Owens, Classic Porter Beulah The pastor delivered both Rev. G. A. Burns His subject .'

program sponsored by Sister Mallard Alien., Ida Wright, Lottie Williams morning and, evening messages was "I Believe I'll Go Back >
was rendered by No. 1 Junior rs : Carrie Perry, Rose White, The texts were taken from Psalm Home." Usher Board No. one and -
Choir for the :purpose of raising 4 p Geo. Pearson Pura V. Williams, 24:1 and II Kings 1:2. The messages the Senior Choir, served throughout \
funds for the Woman's Day; pro- 44r>r i aLT Martha Nicholson Portia Ban- were both Instructive and the day. Prayer for the unsaved ,

gram. It was quite successful. nister Magdalene Johnson, Es- inspirational. Thfe No. 2 choir was delivered by Rev.
LT tella Barr, Gladys Nathun, Grace rendered music for the morningworship. Black. ,

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER ri,'.C ., Teamer Either Scott, Georgette The No. 1 choir for the s. Evening prayer service was
Campbell Cleora Brooks, Bessie afternoon worship. No. 2 usherswere conducted by Deacon N. Miller
N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Ten CON HAROLD BROWNTo Smith, Theodore Mackey Catherine In charge.We and the sermon was delivered

Phone FR 9-1424 our friends in radio landsin Peterson, Mattie Reid C. M. I by Rev. W. P. Tarpley, subject. '.
are asking the members
Daily..,.......MASSfS............({............ 8 a.m next%Sundays Feb. 23, you are Johnson Pearsall, Susie Joe Smith Harris,J. Prudence H. Dean the church to continue to pray 'Seven Eyes Upon. One Stone.:' .
Bro. Freddie Johnson
Sunday........... 7 a.m. & 8:30 a.m cordially Invited to attend an Mae Tucker and J. P. Newton and Join us at BTU at 5:30: p.m. I will get his
ordination service at 11 o'clockat We wish to acknowledge the license to preach Sunday. Bro.

BETHANY S. D. A. 361 NW 17th st. with Rev.N. The Sunday School which begins presence of Rev. Feltop and Rev. Larid will be ordained a deacon ,
F. Clarke officiating. Deacon at 930; am. and the ACE Stevens and all {he visiting at three p.m. .

Elder C. B. Rock, pastor Harold Brown, a well knows League beginning at 5:30 pm. cor- friends, who came In to worship
Mrs. Evelyn: Tynes, reporter young! !: man in civic and dially invite you to?ibe in atten with us on Sunday. Visitors and THE INCARNATION
I nal work has been serving as dance. friends
Because of the many Illnessesin I Deacon under Rev. Clarke, a You are at ,all times invited to are always welcome. Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar

our church we would like to dynamic pastor for more than 7 attend services at "The Friendly NEW MT. Veronica O'Berry, reporter .
dedicate this poem to our in pastor yesrs. As God is calling for more Church... A. M., E. SUNDAY /

and all our members, not only laborers In his vineyard;' He will Hialeah Fla Church School and Adult Bible

Bethany's members, but to all be one to go out and work. Cometo TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince Rev. W. M. Mason, pastor Class ...................?. 9:30: ajn
the sick and shutina. witness this great event. A Solemn
Sung and
May he grant you strength and good time spiritually is anticipated. David Williams, pastor Women's Day will be observed Sermon H:00

health, May God crown' him with Sister Ethel Cooper, reporter Sunday, Feb 23. Mrs. Carrie B. St. Michael's Guild 5:30: am .,
May he make your spirits gay wisdom knowledge and understanding Miller, first 'vice (president DIs- Episcopal Young Churchmen pjn
And fill life with so that he may preachthe "The Preaching Ministry of trict Baptist Union Convention *
In your Gospel. The Church," was wonderfully will be the morning speaker Sis- Unit No.1...-... 5.30: ( p.m / .
a most rewarding way. Solemn I
Honorably submitted. discussed and 'outlined by the various t4ir Carolyn Sheffield leader Evensong and /II
.We would like to extend our Sermon .. ,
classes in School of Wisdom the Soul I 7:30 p.n .
Rev. N F. Clarge, pastor Saving Church, will
thanks to the Miami;Master Singersfor'the Rev. J. E. Monroe, reporter I on Sunday past.. In this lesson we I speaflc! at the evening service. '" '
splendldprogr: ,that find that many methods have been We invite visitors to Join TUESDAY :
was held last Sunday evening, used \\n the work of ,the kingdomof our services. us !in Acolyte practice 6 pjn.: '"

and also to our many friends that FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST God but one Holds a peculiarand (dt+Its. Bertha Parker ChYm WEDNESDAY *'\T
made it a success, and again we honored place. It is the ? Mrs Annie M. Davis, Low Mass ..._..-..*.....- 6:30: p.m. '
are welcoming you to a musical ,Rev. C. J. Burney, !pastor preaching of the Gospel. I'd like to S co-chairman Evensong, meditation 8 p.m. K
Cavalcade on Sunday, Feb. 23, at Claudia Wilson reporterWe leave this question in your minds: THURSDAY , t".
Bethany Seventh ''Day Adventist Are you practicing what you FIRST St. Mary's Choir Guild ,. l
were greatly fed with the UNITARIAN ,
Academy auditorium 5001 NW
preach and 'What is preached to Rehearsal
Holy Spirit throughout' the 5:30 N
25th This Is of day p.m.
ave. program one Miss Alice
from M.
you :e pulpit Harrison of
of Bos
Sunday your "
beginning with FRIDAY t
Sunday .
the advaJ ces toward our final ton ,
? Is life associate director
School. your a living ser- Junior St. Cecelia's
program on March 2. These pro mon? High School' Work Division Choir Guild ,
grams are sponsored by the I I "A MIght Dense Is GoOd"was Education of the Council of of f Rehearsal........,.?....... 8 p.m oN
women of Bethany for the an- The morning message was delivered the Churches Stations of the Cross .... 7.30: p.m .. .
topic of our YPE band will participate 1 in 'I
by our pastor. Theme: : All Masses
nual Women's on all Saint
February and
Day. :"Spiritual Defense" The evening sed lesson by and those it was sweetly dIscus- several Unitarian activities Church. at the First Holy Days ......................... 8 a.m. .
message was delivered by a visIting -', who spoke 6n it. A i _
METROPOLITAN A. M. E : minister Rev. J. D. Nedd of spicy program was rendered by On Saturday, Feb. 22, 8 p.m
Rev. Oklahoma "A Mary Murray. Devotional servicewas Miss Harrison: will meet with the ST. MARY'S
H. M. Salmon, pastor City, theme! Sick W. M.
World." Both messages were delivered at Its best with Mr. T. James parents and teachers of the Junior j t/

The first quarterly conference with much power. We are oens paving testimony ser- High School church school dasses Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter
for the year' will foe held.Friday, thankful to God for what we vice l rpace for others. Rev :at the home of Mrs Evelyn Ross, Rev E. A. Culmer, pa tor '
Fob, 21 under Elder Allen Stevens, was the 2321 TUer Tail Court *
our Presiding ; received, from both massages speaker Coconut I "How to '
Rev. F A. Allen. AU I The No. 1 choir rendered for the night and he delivered an Grove.\ At 10:30: ajn., Sunday I School" Develop Our Sunday ,'# .
boards and clubs are urgently requested music for' the morning the No. 2 inspiring sermon from St.'JohnToday's Feb. 23. she will lead the worship* the was the discussion to begin "'

to be present with their choir rendered .musij ,for the J:1.: service of the church school, and Sunday, Sunday under School hour last. *
reports. evening. The No.3 usher board thought: Let not at 6:30 pm. she t will be guest I Trotman. Asst. Supt. Marva
rspeaker Linda
Sunday services are expectedto was in charge of the services. heart be troubled ye believe i at the meeting of the Steward Kelly, Harold
be high, tboth spiritually and I Cod believe also In me. In my Liberal Religious Youth group I Constance Carey Marsha l ".:
We'were grateful to have Mrs. Father's house I Johnson and Herbert John- '
morally. Music will be renderedby are many man I
Katherine sions if it At 11 a.m. on Sunday Feb. son, It was quite ;j teresting and '
choir No.1, throughout the Ramlbe and son of were not so would 23, ,:V ',
Carrollton, Oat and E, R. Petersonof have told you.BAHA'I Rev; Glenn O. Canfield will area everyone enjoyed the expressions ':: ,:, .
( day.The on "The coming from v
this in Lengthening Shadow the young People. "
presiding elder, Rev. Allen city our midst. These I _
i will deliver the message for the and all other' visitors are welcome ASSEMBLYMiss At 8U: that evening, Louis! Re+. H. v. Stewart read the .'.

morning and the evening services. in our services. i Poughin, ssslstant to the execu- scripture and preached from He- ""- ,
Betty Keogan ot'Little Hve director of the American brew 2:16, theme: "WaBc Right ''
You will miss treat if fail In r
to hear him. a you The No. 2, choir will present a River will speak on "Living Today Civil Liberties, Union of N e. w and Make Myself at Home" No. .,",

The Calender Rally will terminate Brotherhood 'program: on Tuesday for Tomorrow's World," at York, will speak on "Church, 1 choir sang and No. 2 ushers' Aboard
night, Feb. 25 at 8:13 the Bah-a'i State and Civil served.
Sunday night at the closeof o'clock. Center, 37 NW llth Liberties.. The .
the regular}services. The Guest speaker for the nAll., 7:45: p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23. meeting is open to the public. I I The evening services were led /' '". .
public Is cordially invited general will'be Clifford ,R. Matthews, instructor races and faiths are cordiallY .. I I by the &aJltoL.who Cached: from '"
at North Dade Junior- invited to attend. Psalm : Purge
me with hys- .,
to come out and help make our St. > '
Senior High School. Mr. Matthews / Matthew AME Zion lOp and I shall be clean. The "
rally a success. .
is a .graduate of Fisk University 1628 spirit was very high among all. ?
N.W. :3th Ave. .
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Nashville; Tenn.,> and is I "The, Lengthening Shadow" Rev.. A. II. Ferguson No. 2 choir with organist V. *. ,
pastor Hifljs
known furnished T
for his 'oratoricalachievements.
Sermon bye Sunday School ._. ._ 9 _. I music and No. <,.,,' '
: .
.. James Culmer, pastor There will,' also b Rev. Glenn O. CanfUld Morning Worship __.?_ JJ J. board served.m. / fc'
Eddie Edwards, derk a musical program on Friday Sunday Service ......?.._..w/ 11:00 I Evening worship ._ The public is invited! to attend : "*rk">
night, Pd,. 28 celebrating. the Church School ,.,..,....,.._. 10:30<< ? 7:30 pro.Drive cur conference 'starting Wednes- ;.\, ,
School B50 ..... :
Sunday tjco.Morning day
same event( This is where youw111 FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH night. Program is Thursday .
worship '..__, IfcQO find very warm welcome .Pixie Hwy. (U.S. 1) 8.W. 29 Rd. / night and closing Is Friday night .I ;': ;

Westminister Fellowship 6,pjn. awaiting you at all tlm,s. Carefully! Come out Sunday and hear some .....
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I| TH.E. MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"* BIRTHS .

I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1958 PAGE 9 foibles born at. Douglas Road

S LD Boy James Williams, born.-.Jan.
23 to Willie James and Morell
D sVE iN Noble of West Palm Beach and
South Miami, 9 lbs
boy, Steven, born Jan. 23 to ;1
5-3513 N.W. 22nd Eugene and Mary Sears ,of Opa
i Locka 6 Ibs, 4 ors
Gal, Barbara Ann, born Feb.
3 to Watefied and Mary Geraldof
FRIDAY Brown Sub, 8 lbs., 4 ozs.
Girl. Helen Chine, born Feb.
6 t to Addley and Mary Home'Jr.
rAN of South Miami, 6 Ibs., 4 ozs.

Dt. Elks
\" FI DD '
,"- Anniversary

*(' CelebrationBy DT., EDNA DAVIS

The Daughter Elks of Greater i
Itit'rr Miami Temple No. 769 is now
preparing for their anniversary
celebration ,Friday, March 14,
9.30( until 3. at the Harlem Square
Ballroom. Tickets will go: on saleIn
a few days with Dt. Olivia
.a Rogers as chairman of ticket
sales. Dt. Rogers has 'selected four
assitant Dt\ Madie Smith, DU
Eliza Dona'ldson' Dt. Beatrice

E I A DOUBTFUL FATHER is I Conferred upon him the title of Dunawayj This anniversary cele- t
Hoijan (Kid) Baser, shown} here I MInE (Member ,of the Most Excellent : bratlon marks 14 successful years '
SAO with his wife, Maria, and 15- Order of ,the British Empire and the daughters are proud of
. month-old son, Hogan Jr. Baseythe ) for his services: ,to: Nigerian their temple
I Your attention please; Rev. I. "
featherweight champion of,
uoaa .. sports. Bassey won the title by C. Mickins will conduct the 'Ire- ,
nw the world, is the first Nigerian
stopping CheN Ilamla of>' France ligious emphasis 'night d
ever to' win a world boxing title. on 7
Recently, he was honored by 'n June, 1937. He is due to ,tour I nesday evening, Feb. 28.Wed'j'j l
I Britain's Queen\ Elizabeth II, who America, soon.--AM*. members are urged to be ( T
\ I and on time to dispose of all
business as no Interruptions ,will
AND J be made during the service.

, I bt. Spero Parker Is very ill at
,,6ttiv sssAuh her home, 735 NW 63rd st. Please I
WeSt SouthemmotS send her a get well card, flowers
Key City or pay her a visit i
/? Dt. Sybil Bogis is much im
f') proved. Dt. Carlee Daniels"is
Aa8 Gaiety, ) up
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and out to the delight of her 1
The picturcH to watch I temple Dt Bertha Lewis has been .

I .. Florida A 'and M University'sChoir The' purpose of this meetingwasto ill. The temple regrets It was not .
of Tallahassee rendered a get the, cooperative think? notified so that many felicitations
(SHOWN ONLY AT g the district could have been shown to a
) musical program Sunday, Feb. 16 ing of the officers of
at Douglass High School gym 10 of the FST pertinent to the daughter who has never been ill
The audience w ii!I thrilled with State convention which will be Dt. Amelia' :Shavers is feeling ;
rendered held 18-24 in Miami. Dis much better Dt. "Ruth Hanks like
selections April
THE FACTUAL STORY OF N.Ws: this group. trict 10 will host this convention. many others, has lost her voice
fpr awhile. What on earth has
SAVAGE WATERFRONT WARS 1 1I Everybne is kill I-'king of the Pvt. Walter L. Ashe Jr., whose happened to Dt. Melissa( Baldwin.
LOST"I ',program rendered, In parents live at 1C Fort Village Daughters' are urged to get In
If community. Key Western recently was assigned to touch with her
turned out to this grand the 93rd Signal Rattallion at Ft.' Th? grand dsUfhtcr ruler' is r
Huachuca, Arizona asking that her',recent proclamation S
be followed through by every s
ASSOCIATION "she, a teletype operator, irk the. temple As to .past daughter rulers ,.
Battallion's company C, entered also doctors certificate*.
I 1I the army in June, 1957 and com-
Alfredo" Sand ,. vice president pleted basic draining at Fort MONTE CARLO
ihe Douglass faculty organiza Gordon, Ga The soldier was The beautiful home of, Dt. Ida
attended a meeting of the graduated from Douglass High Mae Fuller as filled on last ,
E committee of the Florida School in 1957. Friday night when the daughters '
Teachers Association at and their
husbands, and friends
co WALTER Liberty City Elementary School, .Iapy! birthday to Mrs. 'Annie turned out for this annual fun.
Feb. 5 at Miami. Lowery who will celebrate .an- The lovely blanket. was won bj
.. fCHARLES McGRAW. ... other natal day Feb. 21. Dt Edna Davis. This blanket ,
., SM*.M M TO MM WO BOO M BUT*$ is alone netted the temple $83.* Dt.'
John patient at I Hester Rivers was elected dele-
RITZTHEATRE the Naval Hospital Frjends wish gate to the daughter Elks. State: t
aim a speedy recovery. Association Dt Myrtle Davis who ,
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, is an elected State Officer and has \,
Mrs. Range Musical a voice and vote was voted a' donation f
SUN., MON., TUES. of $50.
FEB. 23 '24 25 Tea Spe ker'Sunday It is believed that Dt. Olivia
Ml "MR. ROCK AND Rogers, who is tho (greatest financier -
ROLL"' A Musical' Tea will be given in her temple, will be ',"
Sunday afternoon for membersand given a large donation should she
LIONEL HAMPTON friends of St. Luke Baptist decide to attend with voice and
LITTLE RICHARD'Plus Church. vote. This money will be raised .
f Sponsored by Captains No. 12 through various efforts and can- ,
Abandon Ship" and 23 of the church, the affair not ,bo taken from the treasury.A "
Tyron Power will be held at the spacious and big affair will be given at the t ''
home of Dt. Hester Rivers before
palatial' home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wesley Culver, 5500 NW 19th the anniversary celebration. It was r
ave., in Floral Park. also reported that Dt. Enid Reese ',
is 111. Dt. Betty Fisher Is again ,
The afternoon promises to bern on the firing line. So don't forget
interesting occasion for thoseIn Wednesday when, all will turn '
BUNCHETHEATRE attendance, and Mrs. M. Atha- out and hear ,Rev. Mickins find I'i.
f IANCO S( RUSAI'U11N MDES ) .. He Range of Range Funeral Home, Arthur King, as soloist Let us ,
has been selected as the speaker. least as never before! ,
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t"t State Employment Service Mrs. Maine ,S.. Waldon of theO YOU !
t B.'B. A., Inc. of Florida andD.
A. Julius, state advisor and the For Your Lot or AcresI .
elected i Ipeneral chairman for the Fordamatic '56/
The Florida State Bmijjloymenl National Be::.uty Culturist League 2-door
Service announces the following THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People' Newspaper". 'j 1958 convention 'attended the Station Wagon Clean '
\ professional job openings avail mid-winter executive board conference .
;/ able through its office, 363 JTW PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, '1958 !I which was, held at the OR
\ J ', llth st., Miami. .. National Shrine in Washington,
t.,"' Teachers, (one in each of'the .J I D. C.. January 26-27. It was, at '56 Yellow Chevy convert-
t following (fields:) this executive conference that the Kit
\: College (math) College (phy proposed plans ,for the 1958 Na- ible. Continental
sics) College (bio-chemistry). Jet Mechanic School; tional Convention were ;presented Powerglide
Job Summary: to 'be held in Miami on July
I Conducts undergraduate college 27 thru Aug. 7. The proposalwas ALSO -
: classes, preparing and delivering approved and we are eagerly -
lectures, compiling and Here working towards making this 56 Yellow Ford 112| ton
holding examinations, grading to Open 1958 convention the most suc-
papers; or assigning this work to _- cessful and greatest in history. Pickup Truck. .Good condi-
others. Arranges class schedule; Unit No. 2 OBBA of St.'Peters-
r end assigns other departmental I Florida's first course for commercial burg will be host to the state
staff. I airline ,jet mechanicswill Authority and it has (been approved OBBA's 21st convention' on May tion.MR. FREDERICKUN
be established at Emlbry- ," Mporehead said. "We 18 thru May "22, with Mrs. Alber- .

..... Choir Director (one) Riddle Aeronautical Institute in also\are expecting delivery of a tha Smith, president. 6-8002 UN 6-7801
Job Summary: Miami within the J-47 engine' for use in trainingin
\ Gives !fcrouip, instructions in a. matter ,6f 'days. ,
vocal music, conducts studen Announcement of the new "After the engine and other HAARLEM SQUARE
f choir, selects and arranges music, course at the 22-year-old avia-, necessary equipment arrives, We
I directs Dinging performance. tion school coincided with the will be>gin setting up our training SWEET SHOP
I maiden flight of Boeing's, firstAmorican..jmade : program" and should be able to JQIN THEY.
.f. .
. (Teacher, Music (band Director]) commercial jetliner start: accepting students within. A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES
: and disclosure 'tdat Pan the year." COLD CUTS COSMETICS
i, one.Job Summary: AmeYlcan World Airways and The jet, course will provide .: 208 N.W. 10th St M. C. A. TODAY- /
,'" Gives individual or group in- Northeast Airlines will build three months of specialized'train-
structions) in ,instrumental music muUmillion, dollar ,jet oyerhaul ing after completion of a 16 .
tar, (band)., Organizes and direct: plants In Miami. months' airframe, and powerplant I I
'' school band., Eastern and 'National Airlines,' technician's course at the school. '1

For all of which "Iread/ have huge over- "We have \ been. last teaching three jet," ROCKLANDPalace :. '
the foregoing posi haul plants for conventional air- theory fojxtlie years
S tions: craft here also are expected to Moorhead l said. '1'he new course ,
Salary: $5,000 pa| (add. pay for build jet Installations making this will provide basic training on jet v
i H. .sW1'l'1ertenn.\ .) Hours of work: !I city the ,nation's ,leading jet aIr- engines, qualifying graduates for Your Biggest Dollar Value in
Full teaching load or equivalent15 line' maintenance center. "** airline jet maintenance.. jpbs. ,
hrs. Marital status: open, age In view of the imminent delivery Jjjv3j ij3 3jjA&(1. eso aCu&paMSftie" Liquors, Package Goods and Beverages j.
ranje: open, sex: male, or female,,, of the first commercial Jets .
duration: Perm., citizens: open,,, and establishments major over- VISIT HARBOUR ISLAND i
atM.I location: Jackson, Tenn. haul bases here airline authori- I BAHAMASAnd The Finest. Foods at Popular Prices

: Experiences: (for all positions) ties have expressed concern over Stop, at The
in Three years experience hi availability of adequately train- I "' .., 829 NW. 2nd Avenue Phone FR 4-9943
n.III. teaching profession at secondary ed men to fill the thousands of r,::..,.. IT .-t'.... "j ,'..'. "';',
school or college level., Will consider Jobs which'created within "',$' "." -+'tiAG''t. .. -'r." .,.,',.;"',''. .' .
} : substitution of experiencein the next'' several,years. ,... ..." (\ "
a related field. I "r. '. 7' "' '',
pr Stephen P. Moorhead, Embry- :j jSUNSET
a Other ,requirements (for all Riddle vjce president and assis-
ct positions) ." tant general manager, said the
fu J' Sound character references Miami aviation school has been''
Good health will consider contemplating this development I WORLD'SGREAtEST
handicap If not occupational I
1 for more than a year and is prepared --
Must be capable of adjusting tc I
to expand: its training program f 4 ] _
segregated community. Prefer;
to any degree necessary
: / Negro but will consider other. help meet the airline needs. INN & TAVERNOn

i" -: Nature of organization, etc. "We already have submittedan the Ocean .Receonable rates COLORED
\. Liberal 'arts college. Faculty of:. outline of our jet mechanic Home-cook.d meals
D. 23'' members with teaching staf course t6 ,the Civil Aeronautics PSYCHIC ___
Su numbering/ 15. Coeducational, Wm. T Mather, Prop.

Enrollment of 460 students North's. Travel Bureau, U.S. Rep.

Community Facilities: chauffeur's license. Male: For- 1104 N.W. 3rd ,Av.., Miami, 'Fla. READER ,jfr1PROP. w
i\ Excellent public schools. Year mal serving experience.
1,1/ round city recreation program Nature of jdb: This is a family Phone, FR 3-0767
Good churches and library ser, of two adults and one I child, fii&&sS&SiffsSiSif& f&5&y&i?&&
vices. Nominal housing costs -
: there is no child care involved.
in :\ some facilities provided by employer Couple will have (private roont in Drive Carefully! f '
del' home of employers. .
tor Other benefits: Applicant employed ij 4 :
Bdi',;! \ will enter as departmen
the'"' heads and be covered by grout
Ma'Ma hospitalization insurance,. retire HUNTER
ment and Federal Old Age anc fAy
Survivors Insurance.The v x PROP. HUNTER

An In Florida State Employment If you are tick, worried or In trouble this is the

I' Services announces the following place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the

the job opening in domestic service veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,
available through its office.
ers Couple: (man and wife) domestic and Advance forward by the help of God under the

w&aM service. leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of,experience -

,mal Job summary; 11 ,' .}, a .tr' + in spiritualwt and occult science. Make your
Man drive family 'car, does
are heavy house work yardwork,'acts home happy. He will show you bow-to bypass your

Car as butler. Woman, cooking,, enemies and get the thing that life demands for you
Bet cleaning and laundry .R-
Salary: $400 $500 per month,,
25U depend on experience.
the; At least four .
Experience: yean
pro4 Mint be able to furnish recent Dignified Living at its Best

grat references. This is a live-in position CAROL ANN APARTMENTS
woa with Thursday and
,other Sunday off: every- 14100 N.W. 24th Court Opa Locka, Fla.

nuME Other requirements: Male:: FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
1 Bedroom and 2 Bedrooms Near Kwlk Click Busses

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Fla' East Coast Endorse I THE MIAMI TI'IES'IDe, Peoples Newspaper '

Baptists I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1958 PACE 11

Chatter Box Prizes were awarded to the
Race Relations Resolution Sunlight
I I three students who wrote the best
essay about "Beauty." First prim
.Hi there, this is Yours Truly w.. s awarded Miss Viylan:&paud-
Re-elect Entire coming to you to keep you up ins: 2nd prize to Mrs. Home; 3rd
to date on the school's many activities prize to Mrs. Batofos.
Slate of OfficialsSpurred First we sincerely hope
you've forgiven us for not appearing We enrolled a few new studentsover
'Along Freedom's Road by a keynote address in Chatterbox (for the the ,past few weeks. Welcometo

by Mrs. A. O. Partcwr Cocoa, past two, weeks. Sunlight'girls.Our .

By RUTH PERRY president of the Women's Auxiliary Nerw officers had to be elected. instructors Mrs. Ceasar

pointedly outlaying "TheNeglected Your former lIe orter. Mrs. S. has (been called out of town, because .
'Tasks of the Church, Williams took her exams in Jan of illness in the family. We

There will be A regular membership I' decision in 1954, it would appear the Florida Baptist' East Association Coast Missionary unani-- uary with many others. Best hope sincerely she will return
meeting of the Miami that justice has sadly left the' wishes, girls! loon t
endorsed Good Race
Branch of the NAACP on Thurs- 'South for favorable cli- mously a I '
a more
Relations resolution presented by We want to thank our instructor See you next week,
day night Feb. 27 at 8:30, in tha mate.
office of the Afro-American Life Moderator, the Rev. J, 'H. Dol-I I Mr. Julius for the wonderful Mary R Smith ,
Insurance Co., 840 NW 3rd ave. (But I have never been one to 'phus, and passed the recommendations films the class was shown on
All members ark urged to be take the negative viewpoint I of the nominating com- haircutting. Everyone learned
present. have found that life is not always mittee that the 'entire roster of quite a \bit for Jt !was very cducatiohanl. JOIN THE NAACP!
officials be reelected for another /
easy, and the going gets mighty .
WHY ,INVESTIGATING hard sometimes. But I have also term. I I
COMMITTEES found out something else:, when The organization voted to "join
the (going gets tough is the time the forces of hope in our midstto '
Wednesday, Feb. 26, the to stand firm and not give in to, extend commendation to bur J"
Florida Legislative Investigation
pressure or intimidation. And one great the Honorable
Committee will (be In Miami "to governor
important fact has comforted
me LeRoy Collins for his humanita- CLEAN CLEAN
Communish and racial
and given me courage the past jan fortitude and tolerance in . . .
agitation and unrest in Florida.
few days. Here in Miami 'we are administrating the affairs of stateso
This situation can' (be explained\: being investigated for the second .1 I that the implement of bias '
very well, I think by a few time in about one year's time. It i bigotry and prejudice might be CLEAN.
quotes from an article,by Stanley is conclusive proof to me that i completely eliminated from bur
Rowland Jr., appearing in a recent the NAACP is not only alive In I midst.

issue of The' Nation. Mr. Florida, but has been, and continues 1 The success of I the conventionwas '. \
Rowland in part: 'The ones
to be effective. Why' else
I marked allocation
by an of
the NAACP the
out do get are would
we be investigated
councils and the extreme segregationists ... more than $10,000 to Florida
Normal and Industrial College at
the minority
; organized -
RIGHT WILL TRIUMPHI SU Augustine, comparable allo-
; and the frightening development I , f
cations of funds to missionarywork
is their
use of legislatures
and state legal machinery believe the majority of peoplein and a sizable reserve in the
Florida and in the Miami area association sinking fund. A tenta-
their tools. While
know better than to believe the tive plan to publish the historyof
ernments are supposed to respond -
NAACP Is "Communistinspired"'or the Baptist the
to the will of the majority
"instigated an alien background of national Baptist
government -
and minorities in the
." Most people recognize political leaders in a program' to stimulatethe ,
South we have the spectacle of IL
moves prejudiced intimidations pride of youth in the Baptist
using the
one government\, to stifle another processof and logal red herrings. heritage drew unanimous support
Because it is obvious that'.if the from the delegates. \

"Still another minority could NAACP is Communistic, then' so Another highlight of the convention -
do likewise tomorrow. If a law is democracy; and if the aims and was a youth forum spon-
aimed at the,Ku Klux Klan yes- purposes of our organization are sored by the Women's division
terday can +be used' against the fostered by "alien: agitators," Saturday morning: at the Mt. Olive
NAACP today, it can be ,used then so, too, were the alms of Baptist Church, under the direction -
'''against Jewish or Catholic action the Great Emancipator, Abraham ot Mrs. Susie' C. Holley of
groups tomorrow, against the Lincoln. Ft. Lauderdale
Masons the next, day,' and so on.
We could In
give to despair, ,
By yielding to pressure and not ,
and turn aside from our purpose.It .
supporting the legal rights of the would certainly be much the ELNORA
NAACP however much ,they may easiest thing to do. But the roadto
detest that body, 'the mass of
is not soft and easy, SUNDRIESHeadqulrterl
Southerners have endangeredtheir and principles and aims of eter-
own democratic .rights and nal value are not gained by weak- for'your
by that much have shrunk the ness and apathy, The NAACP Is MIAMI TIMES If you llvo out,
democracy of our natioril'"Thus an organization, but this organization Brownsville way

"the NAACP suffers, and Is made up of men and WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE
there 1 U much to be done to sup- women determined to fight for WE SERVE
port it In its tight on two fronts their freedom. We will not be Foremost Ice Cream

-for its own life and for a bet- deterred, from our purpose, for , ...,
ter life for its people, Neither we remember: ,Phone NE,4-9441

this struggle nor the 'work of the 'Stony the road we trod, bitter 4338 N.W. 27th Ave That's the tatteyou get '
extremists are exclusively t the chast'ning rod, when make
you your "
Southern problems, for the coun- J.
Felt in the days when hope unborn PINCHER, Mar
try Is a whole body and a woundin had died) indffav Tom Collins with clean-tasting ..

one member affects all. Economic Yet with a steady beat, have not D1fiy1 IJ ;
reprisals in Mississippi i our weary feet D1lYo1H
touch the business man in New Come to the place for which our FLEISCHMANN'SGIN .
York, 'while election of the bigoted fathers s'z.hed1We .

to Congress divides that have come over a way that ? Gmttutcttox $2.55. .
body and affects the processes of 'with tears has been watered I x.

law and ,policy making. We have come, treading our path Pint

"The Ku Klux Klan has spread i thru the blood of .the slaughtered -
northward and the extremist DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN
councils may well do the same, Out from 'thA gloomy past, till 90 PROOF. THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING r
now 'we stand at last
augmenting 'racial hatred with CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
prejudice against Jews and Cath- Where the Whit' gleam of our
olics. Therefore the struggle belongs bright cast"WARNER We build according to

to all those who value democracy your plans or ours
and victory. will be of
value to all by protecting the democratic No down payment *
tights of all.". \ ... ;? ARE YOU IN'THE.REGISTER
** HINES, lire. Use your lot

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Waterproofing .
As residents of the Greater Miami
Contractor ,
the. arri- / rnmV @ 9l II "
area contemplated Licensed and I' " , lausinesses
val of the Florida Legislative Investigation '": I.. (Directory of clubs, organization,
Committee with) mix- Inaured and 'County by City f; 100% Financing I and institutions in Miami ahd Supurbt)

ed feelings, it would seem to f taU NW atth St. ?. NE>6171

back many that Justice Florida has permanently turned her Free Estimate tf ',"" General, Building Contractor ,MARCH lit .IS THE DEADLINE '
upon I Call hour ,
And; surely,In thinking the' South about and developments In- i Ph. NE 5-6879 r / 1121 NW 29th. ft, Miami 'For: Information. Phone! NE 5.3321 or 4-4170 } r

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a; 4; me .1 ooc. This glfsed medium wW 101 only advise, bst wilt give belp 00 all sffalniiit. I Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery
1 m 8 of Ufe.-Inch as love, eouruhf ip. rnamage aDd rciwring bar Mw uvia. Admt w .U SERVICE'f
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may be wo late Dons go dun life unhappy 111 abolll yes the W.ylO success. Your '
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tZSSZSSZESZSEZSZEHAPPENINGS' : Q .. .Oc."":..:;..... :- .. NAACP to Meet .

The regular membership J. B: SMITH '

IN OUR SCHOOLS meeting. of, the Miami Branch of ELECTRICSERVICE )
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The 'FHWESTERN HIGH offices of the. Afro-American Life
Peoples' Newspaper" ,
I f Insurance Co., 840 NW 3rd'ave.All Electrical Contractor ,

;. PAGE' 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1958 BIG MUSICAL .. i' members are urged '.

.j >': _ _. EXTRAVAGANZA ..',v:,. ',' present. . HOUSEWIRING"Don't
i .'. r
'tfl? r4. PTA, headed bY cuss Cairus"
Center To Have ,
Floral Park Elementary BUNCHE' PARK ELEM. I Antony
p'! : Simon, is staging 'one of PHONE NE 5-3058
the most interesting extravaganzas
Block Rally JOn
Our school is face
getting a
',": Floral Heights has many new ,to be hem at the school. Mon- Night or. DayFinley's
:sifting, both the interior and ex- .
afternoon from 4 to.
day evening Feb. 24, the band,
r- features and attractions in that ''
terior. This paint job will add to
6 the Sunshine Convalescent
' we have ascertained! palms for chorus and a well kjnown, artist \
the beauty of our school. I Center Committee will receive .,.
will Door prizes will be
cafeteria hallways and appear.
our '
; Yes we've done it again! For donations of 8-inch building
given, and lucky will
"', grounds. We have an expansion I a person
the consecutive
third year oar blocks from citizens. One block Home '
\ win free with Foster
a trip '
on at Floral Heights. We expenses
program pupils have won first prize in the I !
costs only 18 cents .and each
paid to Nassau or he receive per-
>, have added four new portable may 1
,, tfhrjsion of the
Elementary # son is asked to donate from'one
cash instead. The public is
classrooms to our school grounds. "Jiblbenvock.: As, a result of this I invty- PRACTICAL NURSE
to ten blocks he
or as as
to hear a rare evening of many
ed en
\ The following
; persons were fact we will keep the trophy asa
""t' tertainment. Net proceeds will 'go or she can. The place to deliver
: the elected State to represent'meeting our in Palatka.PTA at permanent part of our collec l toward'the purchase of an organ i blocks is 2641 NW 67th st, righton LIVE IN, OR OUT

tion.Mrs. tot Uj, auditoriumi the grounds o>( the proposed
Mrs. Catherine Gibson, PTA Marion Dean and the center.

president? Mrs. Marie Huff sec- members of the committee are *1,, thr Patrol twce go to C. W. Preston executive Sec. Phone Clrtl 7.9604 ,
retary and ,Mrs. Dorothy Babb, leaving no stones unturned as Washington by attending their
one of our ardent PTA, members. they prepare for the annual dance 'on Feb. 28 Northwest-- MILDRED FINLEY
On Friday, Feb. 14 all school operetta "Molly Be Jolly." In, true ern's gym.Monday. It !I. estimated that the rail .
j. organizations participated in our Bunche park fashion, this prom- ,morning Feb. 24 at road In the United States Issue 1035 N.W. 9th Ave.:

assembly program. The 'program ises to be the best production in : 11 o'clock, Raymond C. Lewis, and distribute approximately
1'.. was very informative. The stu- the history of the school. executive director for Allied tables 100.000,000/, passenger train time Florida City, Fla.

,dent body received (ecial opera- 'Miss Ruby Jean Williams, a i Youth, will meet with membersof annually. .
tional procedures concerning each senior in the School of Educationat I this organization at Northwestern The'average passenger Jour.ney' .. ::: ::: :r: _
organization, Bethune-Cookman College is .' on Class I railroads, accord.
The teachers have selectedWeather" internin in fourth grade under the The Honor' Society sponsored Ing to the most recent statistics, "\

.'. 'as a unit for the entire guidance of,, Mrs. Maxine Page as by Mrs. Ellen Heidt held its was 658 miles. For suburban and JOIN THE '
school because of the un- her directing teacher.A Third Annual Induction Ceremony i commuter ,travel' In metropolitan

usual weather that we are. having very informative and enter- last Feb. 13'In an"'impressive .' district miles the average trip was 196 Y. M. C. A. TODAYIt's

) in "sunny .Miami taining assembly program "Yan- assembly program. Seven !! .
The flu and colds have brought kee '''-.",,:" .-- -'
Doodle was a teen persons became members.,at,
f about many actual experiences group of bright eyed first grade that time. -
.for our students and (personnel in :, children., Mmes. Speight and Pat- never too late to have your \
'that they have been victims off terson, were sponsors of this
.w the germs created by ,pie 'feath unique program. Another out- : PHOTO
I ,er. standing: feature of this programwas I :BrowardCounty ) "
Aside from our unit on theweather the presentation of membership -

we are emphasing spell cards of the Cubs by Mr. .
Cap and Gown Furnished. Also tassel with '
ing and working toward: improving Vernon Miller, chief sponsor. your

j A our students abilities in ,these Get well wishes to Mrs Rosa News school' color

areas. Wilson Miller, oUr former co- ..I... ..' :\ ,'.
"N Grace B. Albert-principal worker'' and wife of our faculty

1 :'' William H. Turner, reporter chairman, Vernon Miller. Ih eProm .
: ,, ,
A Charm School was held for 1rl \
j! ',' ',', ,
I "
i members of'the Brownies. Every \
B. 'T. W. HIGH, SCHOOL last j .:'
\ day week the little ladies Available for Prom Photos > I'

: Y-Teens' began their' annual were treated by members of the TheI C. W. Ii]. Chamber of t. f"
<.. :}'eb.. 14. ,This faculty giving them points on. different the "
\' Potato Chip Sale, Commerce will ,meet at home 'S
.) j.: also will continue until Feb., 21. show phases of charm A :fashion of E. K. Hardy. 5404 SW 20th it.,' Johnson of Miami .
showing the girls the
: Potato chips may be,secured from Carver Ranches, 'Feb.: 24 at,; 9
,', .,' member of the Y-Teens. A correct, type of clothing to wear All membrSj'a.T l to
, any pjn. ; pSk .< ,
at various occasions
prize is to be awarded to the Y- was the treat be present. 1182 N.W. 3rd Avenue' Phone FR 1-9541
of all treats and of Miss "
Teen selling the largest number course, The C. W. H. Fire Departmentwill .
Gussie \
Johnson the picture of
01 bags. present its annual Firm1 n's t
a Tuesday night proved to be 'a charm and good grooming herself Ball In Liberia Thursday night .

Spectacular. one. Seniors were was the (guest for this ac- Felb. 27. The Invited andtickets .. .

t spotlighted when they presented tivity. are qn sale at the M&G f .
w "The Big Rec rd." Guest stars Mmes. Maxine Page and E. R. Market, Modernistic Barber:Shop, I'
included the Castterock; Harry Ward took' their 4th grade classesto Eleanor's Salon of. Beauty, Day'sDry "A Urioi Service tar the Living '
Casuals and the the Miami)International Air- E. K.
Cleaners Hardy
I Lee Conley, The ,
.. Tropics. Seniors participating included port for a tour of the Eastern O'Neal Johnson, Wilbur L. Herring .
Bertha Airline section of the airport. David Bell and Range Funeral Home
""'" : Ivan George, C. B. Blunt, I
They highly recommend this field
Smith, Joy Evans Elizabeth James Outler. i i
Thomas Butterfield, trip to other teachers during these

Thompson Mary Ann, Boykln, Lola ,Broad- days" of "Sputnik-minded child' Rev. N. H. Phillips and Mrs. OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, Owners .

nax, Willie North, Betty Bakers ren. I ti i i Clara Milton attended the 54th
....- .,, J and Robert Poltier. Miss BTW Mrs. Helen V. McDanlels. and annual session of the Missionary PHONES i PL 4-7468. PL 1.1331
Mr. V. C. Miller's classes visited
I Marcia! Johnson, made the pre Baptist Association at Ft. Pierce
.L' \ the historic Mayflower II. As a the
Felb. They reported
,, sentations.First semester driving students follow-up of this field'trip Mr.Miller's meeting 12-16.was the best ever., Oscar Bangs Licensed >EmbsJmer Funeral Director

i I '. Those were receiving given road their test operator'slicense Feb. 20.. visit on tape class which evaluated is being their used Mrs. Eleanor V. Bowe wife of 5727 N.W.17th Avenue ." Miami, Florida
{ " will )be listed next week. fa reference for many classes Yours Truly, celebrated. her
that were unable to get accommodations '
Human Relations classes presented v I birthday Feb. 18 at her homein
, observance oh this hip.
"' regular assembly in Carver Ranches
The recent contest sponsoredby
of Brotherhood Week,

Wednesday brought to morning mind the::The Importance program the success.PTA Over was an$900 overwhelming was raised -- Royal 20's B. Sebmoii Funeral Home '

.,; of brotherhood in everyday life. whjch} will be used for pro- Installation Sunday
Members of Blanche Ely High viding record players library (EstablMhs 1lt) .. ,
t I School Student Council visited books and other necessary educational Installation ceremonies of the ;

the campus on Thursday, Fb. 20. equipments and suppliesfor Royal 20's will be held Sunday, Dignified. Personal Courteous genic.Funerals ,;
French+ Clubltes are planning our children. Mrs. Evelyn Feb. 23,. 11 i.m. t St. Paul AME
'to for their assembly proiram.1) A Tynes, was declared first prize Church, 'corner Douglas Road and i '
: skit entitled "Leave it'to Suzanne" winner, Mrs. Daisy Barnes, second Thomas Ave:, Rev. T. C. Kelley, Within Range of Each Budget
will be presented by the group. prize and Howard Coach Jr., pastor.
"Spring Fever" has been selected man third prize. All members are, urged and
by the Dramatics Club :for I Alma F. Brooks, principal friends are invited to be present.
their presentation this year. Delores E. Hart, reporter On. Fob 9 we' met, at the homeof S
'I 1 Senior members .are in charge of '' -- Mrs. Rosa Hall. The hostess 315' N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3'1440 .
the play which will be presented served a delicious sUnn r. The ;
'"" 1, , by the senior class this year. I I ASniMATIC5! next meeting will be held ,Sun- '.
; Mr. Charles L day, 5 ipm. at' the Frow Ave. ,
"\/ Our principal, 11sa dm 1 a ctKdv nUll from c.okla. -
I Williams, is still talking about .. hCkIq bro.c1W utbay rpu.ns1Cbs.qst home. of Mrs. Beatrice Harrison.
J the zero weather he witnessed in '-r.fae rudlea.', ... what.dM.rot'soIsip for S.: Hlllsman... reporter

'k- Indianapolis, Ind. this week. He 6ra yTh.qIoluL. sta aeblal1lel The House of Albert
... attended the national conference Gstcoofon I DnatWqs GUtaDtft4J

:,,"fl!', of Secondary School Principals J A J DRUG DEPT. STORE Drive'Carefu1lANNOUP4CING ly'' .. .
c fc/ ', and reports an enjoyable and .410 N.W. 62nd St.,. Miami, FU ...... '- ---------- S In the hour of bereavement

inspirational session. .
for the award-winning school .. 1 each *day more
'(44-I ,) Congratulations are in order and more families are t

newspaper staff ,of .our school. turning to the House of .! ..

\;/ > They placed Scholastic second Press in Association the Columbia ;' Albert. :.;...:".;:, -

I -Jj ._, Press, Project. Coral Gables There must be a reason ':.::: .; :'

( '.v, .: h, won first place. The unselfish SOMETHING BRAND NEW ; j you owe it to :::::;r, ,
work of editor, Ulysses White yourself ..
and .
'1' \ your fam :::: :;
!: Patrick Cooper and staff members tiles to find ,out the , .
\ \ ( Maria Alford A Package Delivery Service for Miami .
,: .?;}'"' Leroy Venke, helped t reason why.LESTER ", '-. '
1l M to make this award a reality.Members '.'
':... of,, the staff will takeoff : "
To have parcels delivered errands run C. ALBERT
f. Wednesday of next week for your, .' ?'N OWN"I LICENSED ., ."
; \ ;, Tallahassee where they will attend -

i": ,' the 8th' annual Scholastic Relax, --tCall .:1 '9S EMBALMER AND

}.,. Press Workshop. NIf N ." FUNERAL DIRECTOR
"ou see Marcelle Wake, Anna (Funeral service' ,where the '

J. Hawkins, James Davis, ServiceNEwton ..
\"'\ "itEthel M. Smith and Eunice Neal Jet Delivery i families set the cost) '

f looking /pecuUa; and asking you - 5 Phone P'
\ to' slot their scrolls, it Is because I ,.
4 I3S4
i 6942
they have been acceded for Quill N.W.16tb Avenue ,
and Fcroll membership. ,Congratulations Miami p } "
,. ,, Florida'Jr '. '
i Dorothy E. Jenkins, reporters _. Ii/ ..... ,

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4 S FOR RENTNICE' BEAUTY on two lot, corner *

desirable location 3-
furnished room in private
home. 1826 NW' 55th st. Phone' bedroom, hardwood floor,
rfE 3-2740.
garage, vanitories, 2901
young couple. 1317 NW 2nd ave., NW 43rd terr. Lots for sale.

apt. 9.TWO Cash for your lots. Baron,

Northwestern PTA Celebrates Founders' Day BEDROOM duplex ...apt. JE 81340. I
2236 NW 50th St., phone TUxedo

1- Full House to Hear Band and Chorus ville FURNtSIIBD 84296.for single ROOM I Browns-New Corner 80x109 for four landscaped.Good unit .

house, $10 per week. NE 32385.
Will build suit. Will furnish
Two objectives occupied the ized on Feb. 17, 1826 and the Ne- to -
attention of the officers and gro group on May 7, 1926. Floridawas FURNISHED ROOM in good financing on lot
I WANTED Christian home, Phone NE 5-1830. your
'members 'of the Northwestern one of the four original
Senior High School PTA meet- states to have PTA's. This num- or mine. Cash paid for your
Ing on Monday night, Feb.. 17n ber had grow' O '21 before five WORKING WOMAN needs ms- FURNISHED ROOM with mod:
the .school library. They were: were lost recently to integration. I ture lady 'with church "and medl- ern conveniences in quiet neigh- lots or home. Baron JE
Celebration of Founders' Day and !cal references to share home and borhood, all buses. 2440 NW .60th
reports of ticket sales for the The second part of the Foun- help with children. Please call street., 81340., \
coming Musical Extravaganza on du-i Day celebration featured: tho MO. 1-0178 between 11 a.m. and
"Monday, Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. I r.esentaticn: of plaques to six I 12:30: MODERN furnished room cook- *
PTA outstanding PTA workers.! Mr. ing facilities and Use of house.
The meeting was designed -
to brinj more information to Simons: presented: the plaques to HEJLP WANTED 1986 NW 57th st. Call NE 4-1290, AMATEAU'BE'RGA'MONT
Principal Ida Ratcliffe who In FR 4.2449 after 5 pjn. I
its membership about the functioning '
presented them left to WOMEN sew ready-cut .
of Parent Teachers Associations turn to ( easy .
throughout the State right): Mrs. Maud Butler Mrs.) wrap-a-round' aprons home. Earn FURNISHED CBS 2-toedroom
and also to honor six of its tire- Ann' Stephens, Mrs. Margaretand $26.16 dozen. Spare time. Write house. 1961 NW 61st. Call FR HAIR POMADE,
less workers. Some of these F. 'W. Reynolds. Albert Accurate M1,r's., Freeport, N.Y. 4-2449<< or NE 4-1290 after 5 p.m.
workers continue to work even I Smith (Mn Evans shown as On Sale at Your
proxy) and Mrs. Beatrice "Mother BEAUTY Operator. Apply at
their children have fin-
though Bee" Robinson. Eloulse's Beauty Salon, 2226 W. Local Drug And
ished and still others have
never Bunche Park Drive or Phone FOR SALE
had any children. A splendid report was made Sundry Store
NA 1.8318 after 9 Ml
for the musical'extrava. p.m. BEAUTY PARLOR in all
coming new
Along the information side, a
ganza Monday, Fob. 24. It will beauty shop Phone PL .1-9250.
panel was presented. It was com- Half pound 75c
posed of (see picture of group feature the school band, the chorus : JOIN THE NAACP! Mrs. Jones.
and several stars. The
I guest
with table on this page) left to
'funds will be to purchasean

Gay right,, moderator seated: ;Rev.Mrs.Samuel Wilhel-L. organ for the used auditorium ...eWW............d.e.d..........T.;..... .......WTWWW.;.........................;..WWWWW..........................;..w....,..... w;......... t.Q..Q.'r 'w ....,
Everyone is urged to attend
mina Sands, N.W. Area president; 6Ur st
Mrs. Athalie Range, loal mortician -, ing and entertainment enjoy an evening. .of and Inspir-help ,
the State at large Mrs.,
; i FAIR'S I
the school its
4 Genesta Sweeting, County Coun-, purchase o\\zan.\ Religious
There are several, prizes for ,
cil. Standing, Anthony Simons, the patrons r
PTA president, district PTA and
Principal Ratcllffe sat in for Mrs. 1 l left
Mayme L. Williams of the Na- ATTENTIONFor Store J
I I Supply
and 1
Teachers.tional Congress Each of member Parents of the and Cosmetics Wholesale of Perfume all kind j fl

panel brought interesting Infor- PHONE MO 6.3452 I
mation about the area he or she 1667 8.W. 67th Ave., South Miami t
represented. It was brought out .
p !
that the white group was organ-I { ; \ e 1,
n I
REV. W. J.. FAIRr9t

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Great Spiritual Listener S inf

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f j ; $ He helps the rich as well as the poor. If 'you i in

:' are troubled with unusual condition*-can't

uj '" hold friend or money -- Rev. W. J. Fair will 1talt'

pray for your condition to be changed for the '-i!

en better. ''Some come by train some come by* air,

Jr! ,g : some come by car to see Rev. W.,J. Pair. 'MJlt
b ..

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t4'K GbLO PLATED rlt. '
1 11I Hear Rev. Fair over WMDM >rXGFRS Nafy iAM103r .1 j jd f
6 starting March .9, 12:30 everySunday }n
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(i iti nJU
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f: Rev. W. J. Fair know many people have been '>'2C n

fn helped through the power of the CROSS. He JCJ.

.ays.-you can be a success. You can enjoy in

Good.'Health, you can be 'loved and wanted. 1 7 '4


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THE MIAMI TIMES 'The Hospital on -- ,
I Peoples' Newpaper"PAGE at Jackson Memorial
j Feb. 16. Besides his parents he >I' ForYourWeddlnchoose

a 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1958 DEATHS I survived by one brother. Chapel]
Tuesday A
] s sRichardson were conducted on only
with burial at Lincoln.
: r -- --
I :. I leiuoiu.INVIWIONi.
.1" . House of Albert '.
If .:., .. .. George Brown, 554NW 20lhst. Jannle Mae Jenlkins of 0103
;''If' ----- died at home on Feb. 15. He SW 63rd terrace, died Friday,

[had Just been brought to Miami Feb. 14. She is survived by a I I

-3s1 .: In Appreciation r IN MEMORIAM [nom Key West the day before to father, Rufus, and mother, Bessie -. -

,t .W' ;. 'join his. family here. He leaves Jenkins, one sister, one RM(fan Vellum
'nJ ' .he family of the late, In loving memory of our dear to mourn three daughters, several -'( services will be
MR. NOBEL BATSON mother, grandchildren and great heldeTh at 3:13: (pjn at DIE FREES
J who departed this life Feb. 5, HARRIETT J. WALLACEwho grandchildren, and a host of First Born Church of The Living

1958, extends to their many departed this life Feb. 22, friends. Funeral will be held God. The body will be shipped OOComplrt|
:. friends a very deep and sincere 1942. Wednesday, Feb. J9 at 3 p.m. Thursday night to Hollyville, SC.
thanks for the thoughtful and We at death must partIt from the Richardson Chapel. Rev. cr".I2" gMIAMI
uplifting expressions in the sickness gives us inward pain W. H. Zanders .of Bethel AME Clarence a of 7L27 NW 15th .

S and death of our beloved.A But CIne in Christ and one heart Church in Key West will offici- court, died Thursday, Feb. 13 ati

1 special thanks to Rev. A. J. We will put to meet again. ciateate. Mrs., Fannie Spry will his residence. He's survived by his, TIMES

Beard pastor of Mt. Herman From sorrow, toil and pain play the organ. Burial will be in wife, Alice Lee, and one daughter 6740 N.W. 15th Ave. PL 48128
ti t. AME Church of Opa Locka who And sin we shall be free Lincoln. Eva Lee. Funeral services | 1112 N.W. 3rd Ave FR' 8-2236

was ,the officiating .minister and And perfect love and friendship: were held Tuesday at 11:30: p.m. '
I ; to the other ministers present, being; Lafayette Call 1639 NW 1st at the Church of Incarnation. 1 I _

I also the members of the Richardson Throughout Eternity. court, died Feb.: 13. He was Burial at Paradise Memorial.

.... Funeral Home who served She leaves to mourn her loss funeralized on Thursday, Feb 20
,. beyond their designated duty. Mrs. Eliza Dean, daughter from St. John Baptist Church Sarah Jones died Tuesday, Fab. Non*8urpical' Treatment

I S "He Is gone, but shall r}eve r Mrs. Mae Dean, daughter with burial in Lincoln Memorial 18 at Paravllla Convalescent Hernia Piles
j ,' be forgotten." -- | 2 sisters, 10 grandchildren, Cemetery. Funeral will be at 3:30 Home. Funeral arrangements are (Hemorrhoids
Annie L. Batson, wile 15 great",grandcl 1dren, 2 pra. Rev. Thedford Johnson of incomplete. (Rupture

rte And members of the family sonsinlawa -. ficiating. Mr., Call, a former fire- DRi LONG'S CLINIC

host of relatives and man for the Florida East Coast : CARD OF THANKS 21 8.W. 13th Ave: .
friends railway, is well known :
IN MEMORIAM throughout Phone FR 8.2748
Miami. He' is survived by a '
wile Leona, his mother Mrs. The family of the late,
( In sad but loving memory of Emma Call Scott of Sanford. FRED MILLER MAURA Add Life to Years
,- our dear brother, wish to thank the many friends and Years to Life
IKECARNEGAY I In memory of the late and neighbors who extended
Mrs. Phyllis Powell Barnes, REDUCESpecial
who departed this life Feb. 26, MARTHA USHER 349 NW 13th st. died Feb. 14. 'kindnesses during their recent i)
1954. and bereavement. We are, indeed, Medication
Mrs. Barnes leaves to I
1- He is gone, but not forgotten. PEARL MAE EARLYour husband, John Henry mourn several a :. grateful for the many cards, letters .

ojJ The Carnegay Family sister and niece, who departed other relatives and a host of telegrams, gifts and florals ,H-
this life Feb.. 8 and 11, I that were rnnfrhufwt-{
friends. Funeral -
will beheld Fri-
1957. You are but not for Special
IN MEMORIAMIn gone thanks are extended
day morning at 1CK30: o'clock, from I
J I gotten. the Richardson Chapel with Rev. Canon Charles Cooper and the FOR SALE

memory of our dear loving We know you are resting in Thedford Johnson members of St Peter's Orthodox
father, grand and great grand the Great Beyond, but we will Burial will be in Paradise Memo- Church, The Oliver Cornet Band, BY SUMMONSPROPERTY
l ' father who departed this world meet together over there some rial. Charles D. Wyche and the North

R.,: .. sweet day. Dade Junior-Senior School Family -
I .. Into eternity Feb. 21, 1956, two .
"'7;' i Sister and niece: we miss you The faculty and other per- MANAGEMENT
1 > have Mrs. Ordell
years ago passed since you Hwrfies, 2025 NW
4 ). left us. Sweet memories still i loved you, ,but God knows 6th place, died at home Feb. 10. I sonnel df! Holmes Elementary Efficient Dependable' Reliable'
,: linger in the hearts best.Dora School, The Dorsey Junior High
of those who Surviving are a husband, Robert
L. Brown, sister, aunt Lunchroom Personnel, membersof 2.8edroom Dado County pine
were so close to There dsvacant and relatives
us. numerous and
., e Daisy Alexander, sister, aunt Quinn Chapel AME Church, home. Must be eeen to appreciate.'
friends. .
places in our homes which Funeral "will be
I ,..< can never be filled. Eddie Johnson, brother, uncle Feb. 22 at 10 a.m.'from the Saturday chapel Glendale, Ohio, and the Range Located at 3270 NW Slat terr
to Funeral Home.CARD Total' price $8,900; $1,500 first'
Sadly missed by loved with Rev. Thedford Johnson
your down balance' Ike rent.
payment (
ones only a look at Jesus. THANK YOUThe officiating. Burial will be in
Now for '
Oh so bowed down with care. Paradise Memorial Cemetery j OF THANKSThe open Inspection.

IJ I lIe has promised to defend thee. family of the late, I Brand CBS bedroom

"' He will all your burdens share. MR. ASA W. SMITH I Sam Burgess, 146 SW 3rd ct. family of the late, home, 7545 new NW 14th Hard.
Only slack, only a look turn y r who on January 26 takes this Homestead, died Feb. 17 at home. VIRGINIA STANLEYof ave.
tmethod I wood floor,' tile features, close
away from sin. A look will of expressing thanks and I He Is survived by his wife, Hen 5625 SW 16th st., Carver to
t ,' salvation eternal, life to win. appreciation to the many friendswho rietta and several relatives and Ranches wish to take this meth- bus line; paved streets, sidewalks.'
Clark Russell, son were so kind during its hoursof friends., Funeral arrangements od to thank our many friendsiand price $13,900; ,first down

J f. Milton George Russell, son bereavement Thanks for your Ire not complete at this time. neighbors, along with understanding 'payment $1,500. Now open for

Edward B. Russell, son cards letters, telegrams, flowers, relatives who were so Inspection. 1
1 Elva Roberts, Marie Green cars, and other kind gestures of Donnie Morgan<< 350 NW 22nd kind and thoughtful to us in our PROPERTY

-. Mlzpah Oates Annie Jones, sympathy. Special thanks to FT. st, victim of a hit and run driver, hours of bereavement. Words
1 Grace Toles, daughters. Theodore R. Gibson, rector of died Feb. 17. Funeral arrangements could never express how grateful Restaurant fully equipped.' Now ,

1 Eddie Green,,son-in-law Christ Episcopal Church and the are Incomplete. we are to you. Mrs. Virginia I CBS rented at $100 per month. New

Gol Jones, son-in-law Bain Funeral Home for their Stanley died 011 Sunday, Feb. 2 at building located at 6351 r
..t1f. t. Bertha; :, Russell, very fine 'service. Again, thanksto Funeral services for Mrs. her residence. We will like to givea NW 18th ave. Total price $7,500,

cI daughter-in-la"w everyone for everything. Eunice Newsom will beheld special thanks to the membersand $1,500 down, $85 per month. :.I

.. Edna Sand, sister The Smith Blount, and I, Monday,' Feb. 24 at 10 am. at the Rev. Walker of Mt. Zion bedroom r
1 Cleveland Russel brother Ferguson families .. St. Francis Xavier Catholic AME Church, our neighbors. the with Two- all CBS home
,_ Key West, Fla. Church under the direction: ofthe House of Albert and staff Florida' room, hardwood
1 Richardson floor, built.''n fireplace, locatedat
I CARD OF THANKSThe Mortuary. The Charles Stanley
IN MEMORIAMIn body will be on.view Sunday: 1459 NW 55th at. Full price
morning at the funeral home. $12,500; down payment, $2JOO,
family of 'the
late and $80 per month.
loving memory of our dear I MOTHER MARION KNOWLESof ATTENTION "
son and brother, Carver Ranches, wishes to express Range. . FOR THESE SPECIALS
I thanks and appreciation: to Per Wholesale' Candles' Oils CALL

I the many friends who were so I Herman Johnson of 360 NE > and 'Incense (

,. f y r 4r kind during its recent period of 70th at. died at Jackson Memo- J. A. SUMMONSDAY
bereavement Thanks for your rial Hospital following a short 'PHONE MO 6.3452 f

cards, letters, telegrams, flowers, illness, on Feb. 16. He is survived 1667 8.W. 67th Ave. OR NIGHT
40< South M Ian/I
,' gars and other kind gestures of by his aunt, Mrs. Bessie HI 4.2448 or HI 8-0178
t ax sympathy. Your kindnesses will Stokes and other relatives. Chapel :
never be forgotten. Again thanks services will be conducted on 8781 GRAND AVENUE

r i I 1 .o everyone for everything. Saturday, Feb. 22 at 1 pjn with Drive Carefully Miami M, Coconut Grove. Fla. I
The Family Rev. A. J. Reddick officiating. tadf

\ Burial will be conducted at Lin'cola I
CARD OF THANKSThe MemorialCemtery.. ,

fv Y r family of the late Rev., W. IF. Jernigan of Wash- STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY '

,, C?l,7jfi MANDY ington D.c.
ye KIRKLANDwho died at Mt. Sinai

Ie departed this life Feb. 1, Hospital on Feb. 18 following an Central Life Insurance Co.
vish to express our sincere appreciation illness of two weeks. Rev. Jer-
tI .
stJ to everyone for their nigan was an outstanding figure in I
kindness and gratitude during her the Baptist faith, having been in Your Friendly Company
b! I llness and passing. : the ministry for 65 years. At the _

The cards, letters, telegrams I time of his passing he was serving -
flowers and visits and many other I as pastor of MX Carmel *

1tJ w..yS of sympathy and love will Baptist Church of Washington.

tJI. : never be forgotten by her grate He was also the president of the Offering t !

:7 ful family.. National BYPU.Those survivingare 20 Year Payment Ufe and +
Florence Casteel his widow, two daughters, Endowment Educational. Endowment '
THOMAS LOUIS CASH } Clara Marry, daughters and other relatives, He was sent at Age 65, at Age 18 ..

t, !1 who departed this life Feb. 2).I Madeline Williams and to Washington, where Anal rites Paid-up Life & 20 Year ,
1955. Family and burial will be conducted' on. Endowment at Ae 68 Endowment
Tuesday Feb. 25.
'j The world may change from Endowment
f year
.: Juvenile Estate Builder
to year ARD OF THANKSThe Whole Ufe
Our loves from day to day, Ben Deliford of 1437 NW 62nd Mortgage Redemption Iff Payment

Ii f But the love and memory of you family of the late, st, died on Feb. 18. He Is sur- Health HospItalUaUon Life "
( Shall never pass away BELLE: METZ vived by several' suns and daughters 20 Payment Life

0fc Mrs. Mary Cash mother wish to take this method to and' other relatives. Chael
Mildred L. Cash sister thank our many friends, relatives services' will be conducted on Home Office
j I and neighbors who TUesdI1'Jeb. 25 at an hour. to 1416
were so North '
J < : CARD OF THANKSThe very' kind and thoughtful to us conducted at Lincoln.. Burial will be Boulevard,, Tampa, Fla.
'n '
I our hours of bereavement.I
family of the late Mrs. Metz died-on Feb. 3 at her Branch Offices
I II Mrs. Bessie Perry of 3821 BRADENTON
f SAM THORPE! home, 1419 NW 62nd st. We will
Thomas ave, died her OCALA
.. take this method to again like to givear special thanks to .at homeon DAYTONA BEACH
express Feb. 19. She is survived
Ip' by
? their sincere appreciation the members,'and the pastor Rev. a FT. LAUDERDALE ORLANDO
to sister Mrs. Louise
d ./: , everyone for their kindness In W. 1'. Tanner of Ebenezer Meth- conut Grove of Co- FTv PIERCE PANAMA CITVHN8ACOLA'
and other sisters
I ,I his gassing, for the rainy cards, odist Church our many friends and relatives of Tampa,. where I JACKSONVILLELAKELAND '
telegrams, flowers, and and neighbor, the House of Al-
I IIt cars other final rites and burial! will be *T. PETERSBURG
: gestures of sympathy and love bert and staffMarjorie conducted. I

they' will never be- forgotten by Evans WilT MU ...CM"11*"*"" '
( .1' -
the 'family.
n Angelo Stanley," tb young son
ttIi "', Willie Thorpe, wire '' of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus' T. Stanley THE TIME TO INSURE
AM J'amfJ-, J HOW"t.
., of 2039! NW 87th terr. died .
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Another significant event was
f held Monday night at St. Agnes'
Episcopal Church in its spacious I
I parish auditorium. The event wasa cp1 U =: E4 \
triple .occasion which includedthe
Patronal dinner, the award- 'Li. JLk1i
Ing of certificates ofc merit to a .
number of faithful: members in _
recognition of outstanding services -
i' rendered, and ,the burning ofa ?

$10,000 mortgage on the parish ; ; _
auditorium.A .
large crowd of members and
friend were ,on, hand for the oc-
casion. ,

The top feature of the eveningwas qi
the burning df the mortgage,
participated in by members of
the St. Agnes Vestry. Followinga
timely program, the paid-in '
full mortgage from the American I
Church Buildirts Fund I
Commission, was attached to a
$ display stand In front of the rostrum -
.-Members of the Vestry helda
,wire rod with 'a 'curved end
which they attached to the dis-
play stand. The mortgage was
J. lighted by the rector, the Ven
John E. Culmer, and as it burnedto
ashes, the entire' group joined

in ,the singing of doxology, X
"Praise God From Whom All . r ; { 0 Yv r 1, ,r I nhfr
Blessings Flow 4 o t r *

n&-- mortgage was paid one
year ahead of the originally
scheduled closing date.

brother'feature of the eveningwas
the awarding of certificates
dC fcierit to members who raiseda
certain minimum quota during
the recent November Calendar
Review. The certificates were
presented by B. E. Hearn, city I I

commissioner, and acting mayor .
jof Misani. Mayor Robert King r -
Ugh, who was scheduled to pre- I Scenes above depict activities of ,the Church of ,the The entire 'center panel shows members and friendsat
; sent the certificates, was out of Incarnation as members moved from {heir old structure the Dedication Banquet held Feb. 3 in the Scott Hornet

.. the city Commissioner Hearn on 69th st. and 17th ave. into the 'new church at 1835 Auditorium On the bottom is shown the procession of

was also pffered also present remarks., Mrs. Hearn.. .N.W.,54th st. The Sunday, February 2. acolytes, choirs and members as, they marched from ihe
old church to the new. .
Others responding on the pro- In the top panel Rev; H. E. S. Reeves and FatherE.

gram were: Vocal solos ren- S. Clarke, Sr. witty acolytes are shown leaving the old I .
dered by Misses Patricia Beemanand church. In the center is the altar at the new church. Top THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples'
-- New.paper"SATURDAY
Eloise Joy Barrett Evans, and Mesdames right is Bishop Henry I., Louttrt, bishop of the Diocese ,of :

Ford and Lenora Kent Smith., Bernice Harold South Florida who confirmed a ,class of 35 candidates.. I FEBRUARY '22, 1958 PAGE 15

E. Brown, secretary and treasurer -.1 I -
of St. Agnes', spoke on St. .
Agnes' In Retrospect. Dr. I. P. Sands, priest of St. Patrick's. Personal Mention Thanks AndAppreciation Leo Ro4.>crts, Mrs. Estella1' Deason,
Davis senior warden discussed West Palm Beach was among, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Robertson,
the General: Convention of the those present. Mrs Katherine Ramsey of Car- Mrs. Alfrcta Scott, Mr and Mrs.
Episcopal Church and its Chal- Harold tllggs, (Miss Josephine
The croup enjoyed a turkey rollton, Ga. is now visiting in
Mrs Mable Dodlc of 1445 NW
lenge. The convention meets In Washington, Mr. and Mrs.,Robert
Mrs. Veronica Bynoe served as Miami as the houseguest of/her
73rd st wishes to her -
October of this year In Miami express appreciation Squire Mrs. Moo Ester' Bodie
chairman of the entertainment relatives, Mrs. Adrennp Smith '
and Miami Beach. to her familyand Mrs. Dolctha Foster MIll Kath- ..
comlttce, assisted by members of and family of 118 Frow ave., in friends her
for a
many lyne IlrownMr, and Mrs
The'Ven. Jonn E. ,Cu(lner offer- the other various parish organizations Coconut Grove. Mrs. Ramsey also surprise birthday party at her Travis and Alfred Ue'ason. (
J.. Pieze served has her 2 ye'fr old Riccar- ,
ed the invocation and remarks Elliott as % son, home Feb. 8. A joyous evening
Again, thanks, and I hope I can '
master 'ceremonies. do, along with her. They have, ,
the I
general theme of "Gatheringup was Hid by 'everyone and all '
have more as nice as this one.
been in Miami for four weeks
the Fragments." Fr. Lambert kind of delicious foods and drinks Mrs. Mlble Bodle
and expects to remain through were served.
May. Mrs Ramsey attended toe :
SPECIALIZED Again thnnfks for the many
Patronal pinner at St. Agnes I Many Thanks
glftd: flowers, telegrams, and >
TRAININGIN Parish Hall Monday night as money received. The: mor ibers of the National
Close in Town guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maceo Guests httendlnj were Mr. and Sorority' of Phi Delta Kappa take
Ready to Move in, Tomlin. Relatives and friends are Mrs. Charles! 6mth! Mr and Mrs. this method of thanlklng/ each and
MUSIC ART DANCE hapy to have Mrs. Ramsey visiting -"Ii J. D. Fanlel, Mrs. Jellta Johnson, everyone fcr tho support given
1542 N.W. 62nd Terr. 'DRAMATICSChildren here. son and: daughter, Mrs Margie them in helping to make their
Hanna, Mrs Carolyn Bain,' Mrs. annual March of Dimes Tea a
This New Home and AdultaRegistration 'Dorothy Thompson, N. Y. City Rebecca' Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. I success. '
For Sale Bureau of Community Education Leroy Stewart, Mr. and Mrs.' We extend special thanks to
Miami ,
All Day Saturdays visited for her first", trip Samuel Stafford, Mr., and, Mrs. ; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C. Drown for
3 Large Bedrooms' APPLY ,- South to see friends, former Jacob Dean, Miss Ella Mae Dean, the use of their beautiful home
... New Yorkers, Eugene and Ber- Mrs. Myrthli Holmes, James Messrs. Daldwin Hepburn, Arthur
Many Big Closet Fine ArtsConservatory nice Kemp. Though cold, the Desmo, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Alex- : King, Arthur Evans, Mrs. Gloria
warmth and hospitality of peoplewas ander, Mr. and Mrs. John Daw- Lacey and the Southland Singers
Large Living Room such that made up for lack kins, Mrs. Maggie Dullard, Sam- "| for their participation one the.
Dining Area 1025 N.W. 2nd Ave. of sunshine and the 'fabulous uel Gay, Mr. and Mrs. William program. Again we thank you.
Large Kitchen home of the Kemps afforded\ most. Wdbstcr and daughter, Mrs.: Rosa (Mrs Los) S Hicks, reporter
(2nd floor- ld. entrance) pleasant atmosphere,. ..
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10 Ft. of Cabinet .r.-
Double Kitchen Sink
Formica Top

Full Tiled Bath Urinary Ailments, HERE'S HOW YO'U'CAN BLEND MEN

'.'WA&'K ,OK AIR';' ,
Colored Fixtures Pain' In BACK, HIPS. LEGS '
Oak Wood Floors IN C

ThruoutAwning tf you are WEAKNESS a victim of these

Windows lymptoms then your trouble mar MlO.AI&.IJ1J: begin with Gordon'sfor 5'i
be traced to Glandular' Inflam-
ThroughoutNew nation of the Prostrate Gland. _. Vodka drinks J '
Fence Neglect of Glandular rename SHOD , /uuI1' :

One nation often leads to premature .. With happy blendings! .a I
Mortgage Payment rd des, 'REI'' d.f..o.a.
!Ion of function, low vitality, lost ** W th..t rwMrtabU (boM to year .
Runs Till Paid ,in Full vigor, surgery or, millgnancy. B> *<_Ba* .f Mar*. Ttwy carry aN
Q ke.pp. O.a..t. 8l.
Why Suffer Delay and .... .. .
$1,700 Down tfa.ya..lk4y rifts kO d.y l
Get Worse long ees rJ-IOR AIr C..*... tow.
...... LIb .. .
Plus Modern Methods ring --wa Jr lbow Chas
Clo.inrLarge ... 170.t... practicalpart df.., GORDON'SVODKA:
Utility Room Gratifying Results work aboa atjrla* for- ...
...... .
Without Surgery In Meet Gene Ambling rt of ***, Utlia.alp .
CONSULTATION FREE *ya" ast..t..cor.f t.b1.It. EcI.. '
WMnicaNr y.ld-.I. i in atom. far \
Hours: Mon., Tues.t Fri. Sat. rKER daaxM tntio cootact .r, jvurMtkeriMd { I
CALL 10 i.m. 5 p.m. "" _BOM Couaa lor\.... ,
Closed Wed, Thun. .
Mr. FrederickUN
SOUTHERN. CLINIC' 2256 N.W. 64th St. "

6-8002 'orUN'6.7801 NEW LOCATION '> NE 5-5942 ...the name that makea it better

2847 Coral Way . ,
Near 27th Ave.

... Drive Carefully Ni1IPMg.181E. I81M1>-HAi mEIIWI.NMIO'f' .....UO". li.L '

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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"
Announcing The Openingof
I ,
j PAGE'16 SATURDAY), FEBRUARY 22, 1958 '

Morning Judge

I 5550 N.W. 17th Ave.

; News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court J Phone PL 8-9375

; JUDGE ,JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy _

Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff WriterA Operators:
4 1 Y. Mrs. Geraldine Allen

moderate total of 88 cases sault with a gun on his wife, Mrs. I Fair
i was listed for trial in Judge' Willa Smith, case continued in- Formerly of Vogue Beauty ,
\ John D. Johnson's Municipal difinltely ,the -
pending outcome ofa Serena William
Court Monday morning, JFeb. 10. divorce initiated by.Mrs. Smith. Mrs.
e Strange was the case of Mrs. Another moderate total of 81 I Mrs. Naomi, Latimore
II Carrie Lou Warren of 235 NW cases was listed for trial in Municipal -
I '14th court and her husband, "Court on Monday, Feb. 17. The !Original Five Blind Boys of Alabama, along Mrs. Vera Hicks Johnson
: Clarence Warren of the same ad- Again, veteran court observers
,,f' dress. Mrs. Warren was charged offered the opinion that the small with Clarence ,Fountain, The Caravan of Chicago with Proprietor and Manager

with drunk and disorderly con- number/ was due largely to the James Cleveland, ,will appetar\ at Longshoreman's Hall,
duct by' creating a disturbance cold weather ,which the 'area has
816 NW 2nd
Ave. Tickets
Friday now
28,8 p.m. are
(, and Mr. Warren was charged with been experiencing during the :past
!, disorderly conduct by creating a week. on ale at Nbrth's Travel Bureau, O'Neal Beauty Salon,

t disturbance. Somewhat unfortunate was Pratt's Cleaners, Toback' ( Pharmacy, land Neal's
Drive Carefully_
The incident occurred Sunday the Case of four men and two I
'4' night about 9 o'clock at the homeof women, all of whom were charged 'uper Market Advance admission,$1.25, a.t Door $1.50. i
4 the Warrens. Officer James 'with disorderly conduct by I /
Albury, who was the arresting creating a disturbance. Those involved 1- '
officers, told the court that when were Norman Johnsonand -_.
he arrived on the scene, he found his wife, Laverne, and Wil-
\ that one of Mr. Warren's feet lie ,Clark, all of 343 NW 9th' St., Fair From
l had been cut very seriously. and Aaron Holloway of 1760 NW Realty is Easy to Buy
S The officer added that Mr. War- 1st place; Marvin McGirt, 1600 .
ren told him that Mrs. Warren NW 1st court, and Miss Edith ,
P had cut him, but that he did not Robin>;on of 100 INW llth st. VISIT OR, CALl TODAY. . PL 7-1645
I wish to press any charges against Officer C. Anderson, who was
i! her. The officer added that he the complainant witness, told the
tried to have Warren press a court that the entire group\ together -
,.J, charge, but Warren refused to do with several children were ;
so. in the Johnson's apartment, whichis
I 1 :;, Officer Albury said that because directly above his were mak-
I ;' of the obvious disturbance ing so much noise Sunday, after-
I ,? which had taken place before ne noon and disturbed him so much
j arrived, and since Warren did that lie was forced to call the
r. not care to press charges Officer police and have them .arrested.. yr r'', I
I Albury arrested both Warrens. The group was represented by _
In their defense they declared an attorney who did a fine job ..
that there had been a slight mis- in defending' his clients. The attorney -
j '! understanding between them but pointed out that there wasa
that neither wished to press group of children in the apart-
\ charges. Judge Johnson found ment celebrating the birthday of
both guilty and fined Mrs War- one of the children with A, party.
ren $25, or 10 days, and Mr. War- The attorney further ,pointed out
ren $15 or six days, but the judge that :Anderson had failed to defi-
ii suspended the fine against Mr. nitely prove that any of the I
Warren. adults in the group' had been disorderly I
f or had created any dis-
Among other cases heard and turbance.
disposed of were the following: Judge Johnson found the six
Georgia Lee Hoffman, changed defendants not guilty
with assault and 'battery with a
can opener on Walter Butts Among other cases heard and
I I Butts was also charged with being disposed of were the) following. I
drunk, and with (giving false Arvetta ,Wlgzlns, charged with WHY PAY RENT ?
: information to a police officer. assault 'and battery with handson
; t Miss Hoffman was fined $250 or Midcey Kenard, fined $25 or : =. .
GO days in jail and Butts was ten days. .
I fined a total of $35 or 14 days Willie O. Smith Jr., charged
f* on the two charges combined. with permitting an unauthorized
CliftonRobertson\ charged profanity, fined $25 or ten days., $295 DOWN
;\ with 'speeding fined $25 or 10 William James Love, charged
5 \ ',1 days and ordered to attend traffic with permitting an authorized 2-bedroom CBS
Cozy living room dining kitchen bath
school. driver to driver his car with giving j i I room, ) front

I t Buddy Gaston changed with false information to' a police porch on very large lot, near schools, bus and shopping. No closing
being drunk and resisting arrest officer, and with driving a car I ,

-fine $100 or 40 days on the two without. a valid inspection costs, no qualifying, ,anyone can buy, move right in, pay ,balance Jeu
charges. sticker, fined $50 or 20 days on
I. the three charges combined. i than rent. Hurry, see this today!
'I Thomas Griffin, ,charged with Clarence. M"-4 in *"nwn. cnarg-: I
malicious mischief (destruction of, "4,with driving a :car witho' I;
washing' machine, valued at $25 driver's license, and with giving

the property of Adolphus Ste- false, information to a police officer NEW3 BEDROOM CBS ,GORGEOUS NEW CBS K)
phens, fined $25 or ten days. ; fined $40 or 16 days on the FOUR BEDROOMS
Joseph; Rodriquez, charged with two charges. $735 DOWN /
I disorderly conduct by creating a Myra Mae Rahming, Curtis Beautiful new !CBS dream home, 3 TWO TILE BATHS
disturbance, and with' resisting Morgan and Cecil Lamar Lemon, bedrooms, large living room, kit- BUILT IN FEATURES
arrest fined $75 or 30 days on all charged with indecent or lewd .cheri, / dinette, colored tile bath, BEAUTIFUL KITCHEN
the two charges. behavior, all sentenced to 30 daysin
Marion Cash, changed with vagrancy jail. Lemon was also charged tile roof, front porch, rear'patio, SEPARATE DINING ROOM
l I sentenced to 15 days. with being a vagrant' but re utility, large closets, ,Built-!n fea- TWO-CAR GARAGE
f' Johnny Barton, charged with ceived a suspended! sentenced on I tures. No closing costs, 'no qualify LARGE CORNER LOT
assault with a (knife on Alfred that charge. ing. One mortgage. EZ terms. Don't Truly a beauty, only one mortgage ?*
"1 Nolan. Nolan in turn was charged Earl Hargrett, charged with wait, call! attractive terms to reliable
with assault and (battery w M h being a vagrant, sentenced to 15 Best NW location. people.
hands on Barton. Barton w. a s days. If ,You want the
" dismissed, and Nolan was'. fined Clarence Johnson. charged with M I NEW 3.BEDROOM CBS best, this it it. Call! '
r ,", $50 or 20 days. disorderly conduct by creating a I $995 DOWN
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r room, combination kitchen with $495 DOWN KJi

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I ALL MAKES ALL MODELS living room, kitchen, dinette; front Lovely 2 bedroom, tile bath
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