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Title: Miami Times
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Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 1, 1958
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at
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set to expect couple in is top the is
fot date the spending winners
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91400,000, again Robinson \seat the on needly hyperdermic: yet) ; mp- of ?cote' a and t Sun- the for performance benefit their at, winter the ,drama the
civil AasociaUon'a the\ for seeks the however completed been t It 1 t appearance are who Detroit of Pate William cculpture.: and painting
year The week. .this\ a with car a in earlier hours. nuptial igsestcolumnist 1' formed a Collie a be will here Her
drive accomplishments
Jackie" by last headed I not have plans l \ Mr. of daughter the is music in
-announced,secretary executive NAACP Wilkins. Roy drive Fund few a arrested war, who man a. .institution.Final\ e.th\ .t< and'accompanist. pianist is Mra., and a ,.Sampson Mrs. -outstanding) made has She aote. !

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economist home Belafonte. .... University\ Columbia' $comes Sampson Mrs. "/''forties' fate
,composer-bandleader' famous internationally) Ellington Duke drugs. powerful other and mcrel I .build1nJt.u. Arts cal -bachelors a pursuing is and Detroit,at guards. ") by honored and University S'at? I the of people young versatile
4eclt sician I in-Hospital Ford Henry the -university by arrested- was Mcfljley {of department} ; I most f&f one as Regarded
Ufonto& ., ... EUl..toa D.lt de- the him give to women two\ ,' the in offices, with, nurse practical a is Sims Miss .}heat WITH ? the
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cited' 1
. the forced and too her terrorized' ;phy< downtown a 37 Dones C. andjdraiita speech the f
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came who place the\ \ (o owner on arrest hb following rcbbery James Mrs. and Mr of son he refused he When. : leave, to Mrtnner"! ";artist! Michigan!: ;? , on! auditorium; Northwestern,
,Starr Rachel .Mjv.; awakening and holdup the to Confessing ; -Collie E. Kelsey to Jean Ports him.i\I\I red.} q|pre Ujtibley? Jordan.r; Miss -outstanding an to t* award" msri'annual' at, !rental in' appear will Midi
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morning early the in hospital I -craving his ,in desperation to almost 1 21-year-old, The C. N. boro ; :' > :
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charges > judges. the of charge when Wednesday last University :;
-narcotics on court the before com In was Harris Lou) Sara and show t, Howard of campus the on)( ; ,'

I] HrivcMrt."Fend 1958 'NAACP "Head I have Juveniles: seven only years) the Tourna-staged Golf Bethel Winter Maxine North-South ment. ANPDeathstruck) ( Washington /A;: ,
.1 Court t
I two Juvenile past the Dade in t that the said at officer Mitchell's Ray during, staged show COED U. HOWARD +4 4W-- \

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water and contest Supper Buffet >: t
James
probation Smith
chief
STUDENT
-- the to out turned guests their : SLAYS
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week. this said officers :
on..Pfe. continued( arc astargets out singled schools two the and golfers visiting hundred a aF ;,. ,) .,:
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rang I Dorsey and -Several patio. Hotel John Sir the. f.t.3-: : ."
Gibson Fr. as applause with Monday, appeared! report( a since were High Junior. ': (
courtroom ty-31fed:. oapac The question the investigating been High 1 Washington, T. Booker Wednesdayat) contest Suit Bathing% -,-
replied ,"Yes t; schools he grounds school on ed Miss the in honors ton with off :
n. Cb IV. have officials school said said I i
walked Adams Marie Shapely him with affair sexual a have
Hawes occurr- anything that indication
:" superintendent Hall Joe Dr.
of _. __ ___1 '
Mark Couaael asked Committee? school.\no find to able. been have u thematter.'Intoi look to asked be may to; her' f forcing, policeman the jj
the on out walking you) "Are :public> a in pupil a was addict' newspaper."We daily a I .h.., : # Justice of Department, the that prelude a as license drivers' i 1
room.the, of out aking! I the not one Only said. Smith Countyin Dade in schools two in believed is it rape. alleged the t havingno and driving reckless for
started and "otherwise\\ ,or Mr addict. an was one Only addiction narcotics of Reports investigating organization the by !arrested was who man another N
-sympathizer Communist a Given not were details While l I of company the in was and
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-Communist a not Tm. :said Gibson Fr. .community.l the in women gro : -married is she t that t explained

\statement his reading After, Schools / Ne- of debauchery the in I' .cumstances.She

". -involved being men white of record cir contingent of because
Committee this\ of Jurisdiction the notorious a has town the said
I publicity
-occurrence the to attached
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1 furtherto myself') 'submit' to refuse J here residents Negro However
Z have to afford not could she that
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Florida. nig- a with go ould-"x men his Call- from visiting victim
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of -State the and States United of none that insisted and "lie" -alleged attractive 25-year-old The
f ofbe\ Constitution the under .. a telling was she her told police
\ SAYS OFFICER PROBATION ,; the said investigation. violation rights.
law f of process due witness other of chief Prichsrd .
i any to or me to afford and body ganization.She j civil possible a for authorities
fact-finding objective an as sit or- civic:< local a of resentative federal to reported be incident t
to Itself disqualified has committee the blasted and ness Mon) on committee: legislative the I rep- a and department! police ard the permit to reluctant was night > :P

*Committee tots that believe I ceedincv wit' subpoenaed a as stand the to (of legality the challenged Simon Pricn- the to matter the -;;! Valentine policeman car squad ;T1 t
pro these of nature chamber" called been had He courtroom. Tobias and Cushman Lucius and -resorting after Wednesday last White Prichard a by raped was ;EV
-tar.r the of evidences other -crowded the from applause C. D. Washington of Reeves D. :& -relatives of guest the was; she where she said who woman: young, A 7"
of light the In and Committee thunderous amidst attorneys, NAACP .frank'! and York New of Carter 4a ,Mobile left woman young The )AlaANP( PRTCHARD
this before rights of battery a by' fallowed)\ room U Robert attorneys NAACP I ;
-constitutional their exercise who. court: the out strode, Gibson Fr.'i i headache biz a was,- ? .
*witnesses of motivation and tegrtty hearing. the of out walked noon-Florida id activities communist: of

*In the upon reflecting lerreil l after- Thursday &AACP.' the of probe alleged their in witnesses. Rape of Cop Ala. Accuses Woman I.Calif.I.

4 Cliff intemperate Representative, the endorsed by remarks, and chiptet Church Miami Episcopal the of president Christ -subpoenaed committee tavwtljaiing 15 the of out legislative got. l

effect in ,which\ ... Perrt Ruth Mrs of of lector Gibson R. Theodore Mi sad Joha Charley Sen. All

testimony the following session Rev. the fashion. dramatic a In tit PI J.1 ELLIOTT ,
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prepared following the read son Bowfvel.- witnesses. subpoenaed.
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THE,MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" I John Gates. Friends wish them
well again soon.
PAGE 2 SATURDAY MARCH 1, 1958 -
The friends this community
extend their deepest sympathy to
Mr. Grace Palacious, on the death
of her brother Prof. James N.
IN NC ATRC English

Ke West SouthernmostS Professor English, a former
y resident of Key West, died Fri-
5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. day morning, Feb. 21 at Queens
General Hospital in Jamaica,
By FRANCES E. PALMER -----
New York.
Funeral services were conducted
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY HONOR W RDSANNOUNCED BIRTHDAY QREETNQS I on Friday Feb. 28 at 4 P.m.(
from the chapel of the Key West
....... To my aunt, Mrs. Martha Wel- ''Undertaking Co. with Father M.
IJIIA MmotN' St. Francis Xavier School made ters of 409( Smith Lane, who will J. Cronin of St. Mary Star of the
MAGNAN1QUINNAKTHOW out honor awards which were celebrate another natal day on Sea Catholic Church officiating
b given to a number of students on March 1. May you live to enjoy ,, !Burial was held in the family
4 Monday, Feb. 10 for regular and many more birthdays. plot In the Catholic cemetery.
FRANOOSA punctual attendance, well prepared To my niece, Pamela Pinder, Rosary services were held In
lessons and good behavior. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. the chapel on Thursday eveningat
..HAL WAWS'.... The recipients of these awards Pinder of Richmond Heights. 7:30 pan.Professor.
were Grade six: Cecil Bain, Jul- English is survivedby
liette McIntosh and Carl Saun- /Mrs. Annie Lowe, a faithful the widoW W, Arabella; a daughter -
Wild Is member of Bethel AME Churchis Mrs. Inez Childs of California
ders.Grade five: Brenda Garcia, a' patient at Monroe General ; a sister Mrs. Grace Palacios;
Jacqueline Gillard, Jacqueline Hospital. Friends and relatives two brothers, George and Dr. L.
..d Hatfield and Ursula Welters. wish her a speedy recovery. V. English of Toledp, Ohio. Mrs.
Barnes Etta Zimmerman, who is closely
Grade ,
four: Tyrone
*-DOLORES HART'JOSEPH CALLE1A o..*..,GEORGE CUKOR Judith Jones, Deane Russell, Our sick: Mrs. Beatrice McIntosh related to the family, and numerous -
..liu'i' ..i lM.n.>4< rt'1'trtiii'-niri-i'inT----frfn-r-iirjr-rrir-\ Chauncey Shine, Tomaso Smith Mrs. Rosa Hall, Mrs. Sophie nieces and nephews and a
and Joanne Wilson. Brown, Mrs. Jessie Dean and host of friends.
Grade three: Elwood McGee,
Jeanette Roberts and Willie

Smith. --- I 1I1IIIIiiIJ1JIIiIB1IH1I1IiIBIIIi1m-me! !!!! ! !
[yMaciRRAY DoiutfiyMALONE Grade two: Caroline Banks,'
John Fluzers, Gay Gilliard and
i Gwendolyn King. Richmond Heights Flashes
; Grade one: Gerald Fisher,
r. Qm Gloria Hannah. Glen Hayes, Deb-
orah King, Patricia Kitchen and -- By ORA D. TALYOR -

:...... ,\ - I Jacqueline Sister M.Russell.Hila Rose, principalof -.---.-.,.-._---.m me

.....SYWIY C MPtII'JEHI 6JWMWWI UUKM'A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL.. .PICTURE. .. the school, made the awards. OBSERVE A TRUE LENT UNITED, COLLEGE FUND -
Lent is a time of reconsecrationand President R. V. Moore of Be-
The Woman's Civic Club held denial. "A season of prayer thune-Codkman College called a
Its regular meeting Monday and fasting that precedes the joy- group of citizens together at a
night, Feb. 24 at the home ,of ous festivity of Easter The luncheon at Hotel Sir John for
STARTS TUESDAY Mrs. Rowena Pinder, 210 Olivia 40 days preceding the Resurrection. 'benefit of organizing the United
St. Meeting was opened with the This is a church observation.It College Fund drive for 1958.
president, Mrs. David Bain pre- was preceded by a sound spiritual Over 30 Negro colleges are bene-
WAYNE AT His MIGHTIEST siding. After the regular routineof basis when Moses, Elijah fitted by this drive all over the
business meeting was adjourned. and Jesus Himself! observed a United States; among them' our
ADVENTURE AT ITS BEST! period of prayer and tasting for own Bethune-Cookman College.It .
40 days. Moses received the Ten now comes our time to help
-
-- Commandments at conclusion of our youth all over America to
John Wayne: his fast; Elijah talked with God have scholarships and training in
... RUCHE at conclusion of his fast; Jesus the various colleges not receiv-
Sophia LorenEossanoBrazzi began His great spiritual minis- ing Federal aid. Let us not let
THEATRE OPA LOCKATel. try at conclusion of His 40 days them go neglected. Give what
NA 1-7322 fast. Each enriched the world by you can when you are willing.
the sacrifice and denial. What
SUN., MON., TUES. reward or services await each of Atty. Henry Arrington is chair-
Robert Mitchum us who keeps Lent awaits us. Let man of the drive. Your full cooperation -
Below" us keep it with fasting and pray- is needed. Forget per..
"Enemy I
er. sonalities and remember you col
Second Feature lege.

R NlAOA'.1TKrlcotOa "Hurry at Showdown"Hit HEART FUND DRIVE Warm VISITORS We had Atty.
M41tMCE um ;r Star thanks and gratitude to the cap- William S. Thompson to visit our
John Beret tains and volunteer workers who area this week. He is a prominent
made the Heart Sunday Fund lawyer of Washington, D. C. He
Drive a success. Thanks also to was much impressed with pro
J the many who donated althoughsome gress of Miami, and was a lun-
had already given freely in cheon guest Tuesday at the UNC
AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL other drives. The Lord loveth a fund drive meeting at the Sir
: cheerful giver. "The gift without John hotel.
the giver is bare," is as true as -
night follows day. A completelist The Mays High School will appear
of the captains will follow at Martin Memorial audi
SAT. MIDNITE and the amount raised by each. torium presenting a Rock and Roll
SUN., MON., TUES. We would like to see this good Winter Wonderland. This attrac-
MARCH 2 3 4 work go on. Those interested to tion has been widely acceptedand
"N.G have a "Heart Club" working hope to give you an eveningof
r r SIDNEY POTIER year round, send in your names: fun and clean recreation.
and addresses and you will be'

Edge of The City in called unity.together. There is strength I Personal Mention

With Ruby Dee
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9\ Miss Shirley Adderley of Nassau -
MR. JOHNSON DIES Ivery Bahamas, made a short bus-
Johnson of 149GO Jackson St., iness trip to Miami last weekend.
'i died at Kendal Hospital Wednes- Miss Adderley arrived on Satur-
day morning alter a lingering ill day afternoon and returned on
W<1Y' W. M W ness. He leaves a dear grand- Sunday, she Is a regular visitor
RITZTHEATRE mother and daughter and a.host to Miami.
of other relatives and friends.
r; Lp.rwivv Funeral will be announced later.

sympathy.The family has our prayers and JOIN THE NAACP!

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Successful MeetCentral I


: Contributions were made to \
Baptist Church, Car- the various denominational pur-
ver Ranches, Rev. B. J. Clark, loses Including a substantial
pastor was host to the 28th annual amount to Florida Normal. All I
session of the Atlantic Coast officers were re-elected.
Ba'pist' Association FeU. 19-23 Pastor Clark, his members and :
In spite;: of the cold weather the friends, and Rev. N. Sears are
attendance was good. The wel- to be commended for the gener- ,
come program on Tuesday evening ous manner that they entertained i
j jI was quite interesting minis-
the delegates. They kit no stone
I ters of the community and others unturned in trying to make
participating. everyone happy. \1

w Beginning on Wednesday three New Bethel Baptist Church, .
6, 1 r sessions were held dally. All tne Carver Ranches, Rev. R. L. '.'
I
+
r. reports showed that the churches Greenwich, pastor, was added to i iI
I made progress numerically, financially I the association, and a candidate
spiritually and otherwise for baptism added to Central on
! Inspiring messages were I Sunday
delivered by the Revs. Thomas The Sunday School, conductedby
G! Taylor' J.' IL Johnson, J. A. District Superintendent, Dea-
King, I. C. Mickins, J. A. King con Charles E. Gibson, had a
.\ The citizens and business establishments Market, Mrs. Maude K. Reid, committee I* A. Thompson and Rev II. W.Moss | large attendance. The BTU, led
of Richmond Heights shared in donating chairman, Willie L. Redding, 'co-chairman, gave the closing sermon by Mrs. K. Trotti, had an Interesting I
food for the unemployed migrants. The Raymond Holloway, Kennedy A. Mum- Sunday night. Rev. L. Johnsonand program at 6 pm. ,
Frpnk C. Martin Elementary school PTA ford and King Fisher. Other committee Rev. H. Ferguson alternated.I The 1958 session will be held "
Peace and harmony prevailed. with the Ebcnezer! Baptist Church, I
sponsored the drive under the directionof members not seen in picture were Mes- West Palm Beach, Rev. J, A.
a steering committee. Reading left to dames, Marqieta Gibson, Queen Arm- Friday the sessions were in King, pastor. ,

right committee members filling baskets strong, Arnita Grey and David Ramsey, charge of the Missionary Society I J

were: Samuel Hall, manager of Super Henry Bell, and Mrs. Katie Alexander. Mrs.headed I. by G. Pratt.the matchless The devotional leader, Mrs. Pate Sampson !

service was quite uplifting Mrs. To Appear in Recital
W. Gamble delivered the addressof
the morning which was Inspiring '
Raise and Mrs. L. A. Moran 'Mrs. Florence .,I,ate-Samson,
Tampans $1,400 responded. The afternoon, addresswas dramatic soprano of Detroit,
, made by Mrs. T. Rolle, Mrs. Mich., will'appear In recital at
Agnes Burroughs red ondinj. Northwestern auditorium on
March 9 at 8 pjm.
at 'Jackie Robinson Day'TAMPA Sunday afternoon the Missionary Regarded as one Qf the most
noun presented the annual Versatile young people of the
Qaecn's Contest. Mrs. Justina ,I late "forties," Mrs. Sampson comer rl!
The recently held Barr of Central won first place highly recommended as' an artist '!
"Jackie Robinson Day" at St. and was crowned District Queen. of note. She has made outstandIng -
Paul AME Church was labeled a Mrs. Marion Johnson of St. accomplishments in music, "
"huge success" by the president of James and Mrs. Prescilla Wilkerson the drama, painting and sculpture!
the Florida State Conference of Around Miami of Mt. Olivette took second She Is among the top winnersof 1
NAACP branch, the Rev. A. Leon and third places respectively. the annual Belle Isle Vocal Au .
Lowry. The meeting was held last Among the visitors were Dr. ditions; winner of the Chicago
Sunday, Feb. 23. By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU J. A. F. Finlayson president of land Musical Festival annual;
the Florida State Baptist Con- winner of the George Kamper-
Appearing in person before an vention; Mrs. R. Holley, presidentof man annual award to an out- ..
audience of nearly 1100 cheering the women's department of -
the standing Michigan artist winnerof
.. Lie of The Week Dr. James ;
Mitchell
.A* I predicted, the Ray :
persons and with a bevy of state State Convention Dr. R. W. Pur- Detroit Talent contest; has
did brighten the Llndsey lost $150: to me on the
Golf Tourney
conference and national officersof year, president of Florida Normal been cited by the speech and
NAACP, as a back drop, town up a bit. People from every- jolf links. and Memorial College; Rev R. drama department of Wayne
Jackie Robinson former star of where came In and just in timeto L. Lane Rev. Toomer, Rev E. State University and honored by
the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball catch our' SONNY THOMPSON and Lula Clark, Rev, Henderson of the Columbia University.
club, thrilled his audience with good, warm': Reed in town. They'll appear at Great Union Association, Rev. N.. Mrs. Sampson, a school teacher,
reports of how prejudice and dis- weather. the Palms next week . Every- F. Clark and Deacon II. Brown. is. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
crimination were struck out by of the people i. body Is wondering what keeps Choirs from the following William Pate of Detroit, who are
clear thinking and a true American town are bringing Little Willie John backto churches rendered music duringthe spending the winter In Miami.
approach. Robinson, town ? ? ? Watch this columnfor week: Central, West hollywood Her appearance here will be a
Louis, a big story that will just Westminster, Hollywood; 'benefit performance for the Sun-
Jackie, a member of the National Rhodes, hlIf. about shake this town. I'll breakit Olivette and Temple, Miami; New shine Convalescent Home 'buildIng -

association Board, of Directors credit to for Capt.the Sifford, to you as soon as I get it . Mt. Zion, Homestead I fund.
gave
Pee Wee Reese of the Dodgers champion; T u ] As I get It, the Health Depart- -- ----
for playing down any animosityon Holmes, ment Is getting ready to crack
Holmes (b 0 t down on those outdoor barbecue
the part of white team mates
or opposing players. He also call- spcarhesdcrs of the "play golf sellers. The department claims Itain't
STAR MEAT
the MARKET
healthy to eat food
unless -
ed for "thanks to God" for sucha everyday campaign" In Atlanta the place is licensed. They
man as Branch Rickey, former -ami won it) plus a heap of
be
may right, but that sure It
Brooklyn mentor who brought
other folks,
tome good barbecue . Moss
Jackie into the major leagues.
JIM WILSON, well known Kendrick, Coca-Cola big wig, Ji 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
He pleaded for (1)) Negroes to Miami delivered in town to try and cop a prizein .
another -
policeman
register and vote; (2)) atop into the world. How the golf tourney. Moss also it e
worrying about being liked by baby connected with Carnation Milk
Whites and start thinking about ever, the child passed on at the Co. . A* for me, all I can say THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
But then . that'slife.
again
getting every right that Is givento hospital. Is the man that wins the big trophy -
and the
did his
Jimmy part
other citizens; (3) to remem- can also "live life, every 0
His . Next
did
Good Lord
part '
"
ber hat every professional Negro golden minute of it. PEACE.
something to the NAACP Tuesday night, we at the Mary
owes Elizabeth Hotel, wiU give a shindig Fresh Neat Low Prices
Affable Mrs. Ruby Hurley, I for Mr. Rock .and Roll house :
Southeast Heglonal Director of upsetter, Stanley Gaines and his Corner
the association skillfully criticized band . Watch for the big 80x109 landscaped
Haws and Charlie Johns, show coming off at the Capitol Good for four unit
counsel and chairman of the Theatre March 0. All of the big
Florida Legislative Committee for time stars will appear on behalf Will build to suit Will fur., I l
trying to link NAACP with the of Dade County Committee of
Communist:> Party. Said she, United Relations. In other words DUb financing on your lot NOW OPEN
"think, there are only six or when you buy your ticket, the mine. Cash
paid for
seven Negro Communists In the money will help to push Integration or your
whole 'America. But just look at In the schools and elsewhere. loU or home. Baron JE
the number of White people who Be sure you get yours early, so FOR BUSINESS
are Communists," she retorted. It that you'll be able to get a seat. 81340.
was her appeal which brought a _
total of $1,394.80 from the over I e
DORIS ALTHEA JONES want
flow audience at St.. Paul. I
to know If any of :you fine young
ladles would like to join her Attention "Bargain Stop"Customers

:Appearing Jackie were on, Dr.the Russel programwith L. modeling school which It locatedat . .'
Anderson, prominent Tallahassee ICO NW 7th st. Miss Jones is i PICOF Food Store
physician and chairman of the the directress of the Sharmaynne 3 rooms of fine new
Modeling schooL For further Information -
St,te's Life Membership Committee furniture
Atty. F. A. Rodriguez, you may call FRanklin
; of the legal committee 9-2859 . It tells the story about
chairman $199.95
and Tampa Branch President; the woman who went into a 15025 N.W. 22nd Ave.
butcher shop and asked for some
S. Banfleld, past
Elder Warren
$5.00 down and 24 month
of the Tampa Branch; bones for the dog. Her little boy
president
Rev. Lowry Dr. Emmett W. pipes to and fez, "Oh goody! to pay, also on hand, fine .
Bashful Tallahassee and Rev. S. We're gonna get a dog!" DeW 9 x 12 rug at $17.00}

M. Peck pastor of the St. Paul I''linoleum I at $2. 9a Hollywood The Stockholders of Picof Food Store

AME Church. POLICEMAN OF THE WEEK: bed, $15.00 foam

Awards were made to Elder Nathaniel Maddox who made 60 nylon sectionals, heater, wish ,to announce the opening of their
BanneR for the "peaceful desegregation arrests, and only had to shoot store, refrigerator, etc.
of Tampa's' buses during one . Pretty Girl of The Week: new business. The public is invited to

his administration as branch "That one" Cabella Callowny See MU Brady ....,, .(.f q'H'f'
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"Golden Davis football' 2200 N.W. 36th St. "", .,. .
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The school patrol members of Booker T. : Wally Futch will assist with the production

Washington High are planning a spectac- of this very worthwhile affair. All
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK ular benefit show for February 28. The funds will be contributed. to the Patrol's

wonderful performances will be given annual trip to Washington, D. C. and club
MATTERS EDUCATIONAL
added flavor with the appearance of four uniforms..
Recently our educational system, national and local special guests. The very well known Tren-
has been receiving a good deal more attention than iers, Mauri Leighton, star of the Cotton Officer B, J. Guilford, Miss A. B. Harris -
hitherto. Club Review, Roy Branch and Alex Stev- and William J. Stirrup are patrol spon-

There is little doubt that the scientific advance of ens are on tab for the occasion sors.

Russia and ,ithe launching her satellites have hlad quitea __ -_ __ _u_

bit to do with it. That Is a good thing. These witnesses were cited for contempt of court. cerned over the number of
There is an old story about the hare and the tortoise.In Puerto Ricans arriving there
E The committee, so far, has made little progress in its
faster than the tortoise, weekly. They report the number
a race, '
as being 1,000.
could Cake' a and did so; while the tortoise
thought he nap, investigating race relations, education and labor.-Perhaps
kept on and finally won the race. greater progress will be made, with these three subjects. This week we recall the trialof

If we have been napping or careless about mathe We feel that a word of commendation is due Atty.G. Nathan Leopold and Richard
is awakening Loeb who were sent to prison for
there an
science in our schools, now
matics and I
E. Graves a young mfam who has fought all the battlesof I the kidnapping, and murder of
and,th\wait too, is a good thing.Locally the NAACP in this area. And, although we are not ina Bobby Franks 14. They were
Dade County School Board has been looking position to say, it is our opinion that he has received ably defended by the late Clarence
into curriculum and general conditions of our schools for little, if any enumeration. Darrow a famous criminal

sometime. They have held five Town Meetings" recently, If, or when golf, or bus, or school fights are won theyare life lawyer sentence., but they Now wound, after up 34 with years a
when Superintendent Joe Hall and members of the board won for the good of the general public; the least the Leopold has been granted a pa-
discussed with, parents and teachers school problems, including public could do is to give credit and support to those who role. Loeb was killed In prison.
juvenile delinquency. At these meetings many interesting fought for /These rights land privileges.
questions were asked. I FAMU Announces

We were present at one of these gatherings in the "I Graduation
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Northwestern school. It was well attended and interesting.Dr. .
Raymond Van Dusen presided. We believe these meet- Speakers

ings will prove helpful JUST BROWWPAUL
On Wednesday the.a4'bosrd announced the following -. baccalaureate Tallahassee -and(ANP commencement ) June-

changes:.., -- R. HENRY speakers announced by

Rep pt g 'M' Ards for all grades will, be . . . . . . . . . .1 r. . . . . . .. . . . Florida President A George and M W.University Gore Jr.are of:

markeo/ f IdA The county courthouse was a new sport palace was dedicated baccalaureate, Dr. Gardner Tay-
buzzing with Investigating activ- lor pastor of Concord Baptist
"
) "f-': ; ;r 2 to 89, good; C-88 to ities this week. Among them was with The more than attraction 15,000 fans Church Brooklyn New York, and
present. major
76, .. i:$ftt r ' ', jywest acceptable average; F- the Investigation of the NAACPin a non-title 10-round bout between was commencement, Dr. Charles
'6 A W.''r,, t23: marking system to denoted Miami. Senator Charley Johns lightweight boxing champion Joe Wesley president of Central
,y will be in heads the Florida Legislative Investigating State College, Xenia, Ohio.
4'V' .:t,lib 10 student <: Brown of New Orleans and Or-
\. Committee that is
J substituted citizenship"be lando Echevarrla of Cuba. Fight
,. n .,. '" >e endeavoring to link Communismwith Hans were certainly disappointedas
; made for academic achievement the NAACP. Other membersof Brown ended the fight in the WHY IS
at MtiWWR Prided a child is not kept in' the committee are Rep. W. C. first round with terrific rights to :

elementary'school''(Aggrades) for more than eight years. Senator Herrell Bart Senator Knight W. R.Rep.Hodges Ben, the Jaw of his opponent. I

Alphabet to 5fc taught, in sequence, in the first Hill Griffin Rep. J, B. Hopkinsof New York seems to be con- 9301
grade. Some schools do not do BO now. Pensacola Ocala. and Rep. W. G. Neillof

Curriculum Requirements will be stiffened in sen-
ior high sc'hools'toJndnde four years of English instead of cius NAACP Cushman attorneys, G. include E. Graves Lu-
three and two years of mathematics instead of one. Science Robert Carter oi New York and (YOUR NameWritten

will continue to be required for one year. Frank Reeves of Washington,

Requirements for physical; education will be lowered D. C.

from, three years to the state minimum of two years. In New York a 13-year-old boy ThereOn ?
It will be interesting to ace what effect these changeswill threw a 7-year-old girl from a
the school 13-story building causing her
approved unanimously by
They were ,
have. death. On Tuesday the boy was ,
board. Indicted and with first The
.. charged Voting List?
.... degree murder-Too bad.

THE NAACP Dope charges m- against the Is your name written there?-on the voting list

Booker T. Washington and the If you want to have a say about how you are treated
There are several investigations of one kind or another Dorsey students are serious, but as a citizen, you must register and vote.
in Miami at the present time( but perhapsnone not true, officers.
going on < says probation can all day and
LYou complain all
of them was more interesting than the Legislative James Smith, chief of the group public officials will not weep night, but
much attention
said that in the past two years pay to you. Local,
the NAACP seekingto
Investigating CommItt 's probe of ,
only seven Juveniles have come state and federal governments listen to voters.
link the organization with mmunism.An before the court on narcotic In the South as a whole, only 25 out of 100
attempt age are actually registered.
Mon- and he was not'a pupil of the
was heard by Circuit Jadge J..Fritz Gordon on
On the other
public school. hand, 60 out of every 100 white citizens
day. lIe ruled that the investigation: was legal. of voting age are registered.
The investigation begem on Tuesday. Some 35 perSons Among the seven cases were
three Negro boys who are now on In some localities and counties the picture is worse
including both races hjatae been subpoenaed. ,,
,c probation. and In a few it is batter but the average of the whole
Senator Charley Johns is chairman of the committeeand South shows Negro registration far behind
:Attorney Mark Ilawcs Is counsel for the 'committee. According to reports there must
Attorneys for those subpoened include A. Lucius Cush- be a second hand car lot under Get your name on the voting list!
Robert Carter G. E. Graves Frank Reeves Robert a take In the northwest section. If your state has a poll tax
man, Three white boys captured in a pay it and hen register.
Ramer and Edwin Davis holdup told the sheriffs depart The new Federal 1 Civil Rights laW protects your right
Those ]already questioned are the Rev; Edward T. ment that about 20 missing cars to register and "ote.
'Graham Mrs. Anna Roseblata Mrs. Bertha Teplow and a truck are in the lake at Find out ,the
12th and 92nd street.In requirements in your state. Go to the
Louis Popps; Atty. G. R Graves "Mrs. Ruth Perry and At- ave. registration place tat, the usual time and apply to register.

torney Dixon. Cu on Wednesday Know when the primary and general elections are: held.

Popps and Dixon were the witnesses so far to answer Cuban rebels staged a .daytime It you have difficulty and you think you are being

questions. The others refused under privilege of free but burning bank raid thousands carrying of nothing checks.In treated illegally, report the details to the NAACP in your
speech granted by the First Amendment to the Consti- town, or write to: J. M. Brooks, NAACP Registration ni
tution. ",,; 7tj, Havana on Wednesday night rector, 404* North Second St., Richmond, VaPAGE -





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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"

American Heritage"Upper SATURDAY, MARCH 1. 1953 PAGE 5 i





Grades TV Topic Daughter Elks Plan



, - Ann DanceBy
(Third In a series) uersarg!

By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE --
DT. EDNA DAVIS Mickins is regarded as the faster
"Our American Heritage" is I of the temple. The popular
the topic of the Educational Tele- : Great will be the 14th annt- preacher stressed the fact that

vision lecture for the upper 'e-- y celebration of the Daughter the man or woman, boy or girl
grades' ((5 and 6) at Dunbar Ele- Elks of Greater Miami Temple who walks with Christ possessed -
mentary School. The class meets I'qi' s'I' .fo. 769 when they step out on I riches that out weighs silver
/ Monday through Friday mornings Friday night, March 14 at the and gold.'.
-: from 9:20: to 9:50. The T' Ballrooms with
setting is r'em Square Again, we urge you to contactDt.
the same as in the first TV class r their husbands and friends. Tlck- Rogers as to the anniversary
.,' The teacher in charge, Mrs. 4 ,.It! are now on sale at the priceof celebration. She will put you on
Madelle M. Nealy, and the aide, $1.00 in advance. There will the right track.VETERANS.
Mrs. Cherry Mills Boyer, are the 'Ht be a raise, however, at the door.
same, but the studio teacher is Reservations should be made
different from the one who gives now by phoning FR 1-7131, Dt. CAN

the lecture on the TV set to the ,.,, "Mvia Rogers for upstairs, and APPLY INS.DIVIDENDS.
first class. The studio teacher for \. FR 9-2971, Dt. Gertrude Smith
the second class is Mrs. ...: :..:..
Patricia 'tI, ,.. : .v>r downstairs: The attire as usual -
Cabrera.In ,,1",... .... will be optional or "as you I
St
"' like it." Daughters who do not Petersburg Veterans
her lecture "Our ,. holding Insurance policies don't
on American w '. have tickets are urged to contactDt.
Heritage," the studio .' have to take their regular annual
teacher t; ."'., Olivia Rogers, chairman of
presents a very comprehensive dividends in cash they my
ticket sales. Dt. Rogers has add-
discussion use them to guard against
on American historyand losing
Lek
ed Dt. Alfreda Scott and Dt. Lee
government, and other related Ruth Davis to her committee. I their Insurance, the Veterans
features. ? Administration>> : advised
Many Importantand today.
The temple is in hopes of hear-
Interesting phase of American ing from Dt. Alice Williams and I Nearly 1,100,000 veterans, or
history, from Its early' beginning Dt. Muriel Culmer before the I more than one of every five
up to the present time, celebration. holders of participating GI insurance -
are fully explained and demon I already are taking advantage -
strated to the students In a manner All members of Greater Miami of dividend options
that should remain. with Temple! re urged to meet at the 'other than cash payments, C. W.
them for a long time. The structure home of Dt. Rogers on Wednes- Bogg. officer in charge of> the
and function of the American day, March 5. Dt. Amelia Shavers VA office at Miami said today.
Government are also explained Dt. Alta Screen, co-chairmen of All holders of GI policies who
In considerable detail to press and: I iubicity! will be there receive regular annual dividendsmay
the students As In the first class, t >rl'ACTIVITII.S to greet you. The hour Ij 8 p.m. :
the lecture la given In plain r Reporting: Dt. Fannie Mae Mo- 1. Have the dividends held with
simple, easy.tO'Understand Ian. ton has been discharged from interest, as a credit to pay the
guage. It Is also told In a some Jackson Memorial Hospital after premium monthly in case the
what story.form, which makes it a spending a week on the seriouslist. policyholder falls to pay it before -
easy for the students to keep In Send her a get-well. card. the end of the 3J-day grace
mind the various( Important factors I ,Dt. Florine Brown, the recording I period. This is done automatically -
In their proper and correct secretary, is the proud mother if the policyholder does not
I I
sequence.In elect another option.
of a brand new baby boy weighed
2. Direct the VA to use their
this class, practically all of eight pounds. Congratulations. Dt.
dividends to premiums ahead
Brown, the little fellow has been pay
the students can be seen taking
named Emanuel of time (the VA gives a discounton
notes the lecture for future
on I premiums paid three or more
reference. Dt. Beatrice Dunaway formerly months! ahead.))
of Ft. Myers and Tranqulllo 3. Rcqu payment! in cash.
Also, as in the first class, a five __ ___ __ ____ _____ ___ __ _ n ____ _____ Temple has placed her member-
minute
question and answer
is held by the teacher period In- IN 'IV CLASS AT DUNBAR Top photo shp in Greater: Miami and is a

charge on the topic of the lec- shows Carey Goldstine, a conscientious 6th grader in the member mittee. Dt.of Alice the challenge Dean is confined com-- Finley's Foster Home
ture. Promptly at 9:55: these students
second TV Class at Dunbar Elementary, displaying a to her home because of illness.
are dispersed into smaller
groups, some going to one of the replica of a TV set he made at his home. Young Goldstinewas The daughters are urged to send PRACTICAL NURSE

several special projects classes, inspired by the TV sets in the classroom. her a get-well card and to pay LIVE IN OR OUT
while others attend classes where Bottom photo shows Mrs. Madelle M. Nealy questioning her a visit. Dt. Dean Is among
the faithful
and her virtues will
the fundamental skills re taught. Ulysses Jones, a fourth grader, over the public not ,be forgotten. Phone Circle 7-0604
The entire returns to the
group
TV room at 12:10: for a full 30- address system, following one of the lectures. Other students Rev. I. C. Mickins did a fine
minute question and answer in the class can be seen seated in ,the background.Photo .- job on last Wednesday evening MILDRED FINLEY
period on the topic for the TV by Johnon of Miami. when ho conducted the religious
kcture. Emphasis night. Souls were stirred 1035 N.W. 9th Ave.
.. .. .
and the fire kindled as he

30 MINUTES TV PER DAY Gethsemane Court Jones, Mrs. Sadie Mae Clark, Mrs. lifted a forgiving Christ. Rev. Florida City, Fla.

Under the present schedule at Elizabeth Ansley, Mrs. Annie Bell --
Dunbar no student receives more To Crown Queen Keaton, Mrs. Bertha Haywood, I
than 30 minutes of TV lecture a Mrs. Rose Flint and Mn. Clem

day. This schedule has been Gethsemane Court No. 338, m tine Williams. .".-. .. ..-
Ifcroincs of Jericho, is celebratingIts I
worked out In order that the students sixth anniversary with the The public is invited to witness
may not become over.loaded crowning of a "queen" on Sun- the occasion at St. John Baptist
with TV which
can result In day afternoon, March 30 at 3:00 Church, 1328 NW 3rd ave., Rev.
unattentlon on the part of some. o'clock. There are seven women Thedford Johnson, pastor. Heroine ,
STUDENTS TESTED vicing for the title "Miss Geth- Serena Green is M. A. M.
Ksnane." Heroine Addle B. Pierce is secretary an oeam

Cliff Mitchell, assistant directorin Among those listed as contes- and Heroine Ellen Taylor &
charge of the Educational TV tants include Mrs. Mattie Leo is treasurer of the court.IDAY .
in the Dade County Schools tnld
this writer In an exclusive inter- wMm
view that a test was given all''
students in the TV classes at the
beginning of the course. Anothertest
will be given at the end of
the term. The results of the two can0 achenle
tests will be compared In orderto
determine the progress that the I CLEANERIN
students have made as result of

the TV innovation.Mr. nof5e

Mitchell added that he Js BY 10-OUT BY 5

I very pleased with the manner In
which the TV project is being

handled at Dunbar. He paid a PANTS.
very high tribute to the principal -
Mrs. Clora Peanall, as well ''..
as her cooperative faculty and /I I


aides.Mr. Mitchell further stated that 0 $

the Dade County School Board I 5D
feels: it is commissioned by the I as.savs nleq t
!taxpayers of this county to do
the bat possible! Job !In exploringthe
future possibilities of Educational
: TV.
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Next week: "Other Schools Of. i
ferlng Educational TV Courses." FULLY INSURED



:, Willing Workers TeaThe Son Cleaners


Willing Workers Club of

Mt.'Tabor Baptist Church Invites
1047 N.W. 3rd Avenue
the rublic to attend Its 4th anniversary !-
tea, Sunday, March 9 at
the home of Mrs. Robert Lamp- Open Dally 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m-:Sat. to S p.m/ Closed 6und.y /
4 MiNOfD WMSKY.14 WOOF.*.5S GIAN"Oor aeNWTIM
., kin, 1542 NW 7th st from toe .
SfmriQNILYT.P4.Y.C
pm.tiss WilhelrnenU WoodardIs

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Howard University Prof. Winners FashionetteAnnounced of Kiddie's HICK'SPHOTO




is KC Forum Speaker STUDIO

Deborah Manning, Dwight 2440 N.W. 60th ST.

Meyers, and Jeffrey Cornelia, 3.3166
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By: ELLIOTT J., ftEZE children of Mesdames Susie Man- PHONE

In a practical and somewhat: THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" ning, Eloise Meyers anu Bobbie Fine PhotographsMade
I Randall Cornelie, were announced -
humorous manner Dr." Mercer of PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1957 as winners In the 9th annual at studio or at
Cook head of the deportment
Romance Languages at Howard Baby Contest sponsored by Beau- your home
University, Washington, D. C., I ticians' Unit No. 7. Young models Weddings parties groups
addressed the opening program of LITTLE ROCKSTUDENTS winning the coveted top three Children and Babies Always 'I
the 28th annual winter :forum b ? ',rr places were Connie Manning, Di- Welcome '
series sponsored by 'the King of SEE"FREEDOM" y anne Finney and Michael Miles. :
Clubs, Inc., of Miami, Sunday Some 30 children led by tiny Mi- HOURS:-10:00: a.m. to 1:00: p.m.
afternoon at St. John's Baptist chelle Burke, crossed the stageof 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m. :

Church. Dr. Cooks message was Little Rock, Arkansas Eleven Dixie Park auditorium to JAMES E. HICKS, Photographer I
filled with much common sense hundred Little Rock students and model the latest modes In child- DEBORAH HICKS, Receptionist
and sound advice to his small, but teachers from Horace Mann High ren's clothing and accessories. ..
appreciative audience. School and Central High School ]i Nine boys were among the models. ;" mw'>Jt.i>.,.
in his discourse the doc-
Early crowded into two performancesof announced by
tor pointed out that "if the youthsof "Freedom," the prize-winning, I Miss A short program Davis BTW's '57
Georgena ,
today continue to repeat the all-African, colored film produced ?
errors of heir elders, then nations by Moral Re-Armament. This 1 ly preceded, the Kiddie's Fashionette.
Carletha Brooks, BTW senior, as-
ra.cooand individuals will film had its American I
a year ago 1 I
sisted with the child models. Both
continue to forget the golden premiere at the Hollywood Egyptian -
Miss Davis and Miss Brooks
rule." Theatre, and recently was
Using the current plight of the one of the 15 films at the San ii'A'.i modeled prom dresses at the closeof *fU JfLOORt COM f tlTj
new Civil Rights Comnricslon in Francisco International Film festivaL the show. On program wore WITH *CANSAND Unv *
its efforts to get started with Its Mesdames Merchant, Pleasant,
duties, and the case of the prob- Manasseh Moerane, ''leader of Knight and Muldrow, and the m wfljitsAfl* ** MQVJ* wWitt
lem which Willie Mays ran intoin 10,000 African teachers from I Misses Georgia and Lillian Merchant HAND VbtH* Kt*
buying a home in Los Angeles, South Africa, and John Amata, I' and Charlie Mae Foster, <>0 TH .. *$ MONTH
California, Dr. Cook observed Mrs Hazel Crawford was general -
former head of all the students
"it's small wonder that ; 1aly chairman for the affair Mrs,
our children of Nigeria and a militant fighter
r Lelia Williams, choral director at
are upset." II for the freedom of his people, I'
Dr. Cook cited a muriber of instances the two men who wrote and starred I I BTW provided the music.Beauticians' .
Mathis of the fast-
one
in which various foreigners I In the film, together with Mrs. Johnny Unit No. 7 In
visiting the United States I Bremer HoUmeyr, the daughter est rising young singing stars of its 9th annual baby con-presenting ''Wt tUV-LOT*BOOM. *
gave their opinions on various of a Kenya settler who was bur- the music world, sings the title test and Kiddle's Fashionette is Wt Y Y BUltD', FJLORIDA
phases of activities In Ulis 'coun- ied alive as a human sacrifice of song In "Wild is The Wind" star- carrying out a National Projectof
try. He quoted a noted author Mau Man and her Dutch South ring Anna Magnani, Anthony the National Beauticians'
who said "everyone In ,the United ;African husband whose family
League which sets aside the 4th
States, plays the great American have Quinn and Anthony Franciosa at
occupied six cabinet posi- Sunday in February for this
game of uniformity." He emphasized I tions, stood together on the plat- the Libcity Drivein this week. nationwide money-raising projecton /
that fact that: a noted form in Little Rodk
today to introduce Johnny, juke box favorite with a local level. Mrs. Marian Mul-
Frenchman once said the he films.
only
drow Is I
reason that the American Negro' Theprincipal( of Horace Mann his recordings of "It's Not For president serving of Unit her seventh 7. yearas j' JOIN THE NAACP!
wants integration is that he wants High School had Mr. and Mrs. Me to Say" and "Chances Are"is
to conform to customs already es- Vincent Villamin, advisor to the the hottest matinee idol since I
tablished.Dr. . I Philippine President and corre- Frank Sinatra.
: Sook offered the opinionthat I :spondent for 24 newspapers in SEE THE
the future of race relations i Asia, together with the Africansto
in the United States la in strong speak at the school assembly. ELNORA
young hands, and closed by reciting Mr. Villamin said, "The problemin WORLD'S'GREATEST
the lines of the spiritual the world is division. MRA is SUNDRIES
"I Will Walk' on my Two Legs the idea which will unite East
Tit The Kingdom Come," which and West. It is the idea to unite Headquarters for your
is the first Negro spiritual written I the world." MIAMI TIMES If you live out
in France. Brownsville way COLORED
Music for the occasion was WOMEN'S AND MEN'S HOSE
furnished by three combined RINGWORM-DANDRUFF WE SERVE PSYCHIC I
choruses of St. ,
John Baptist Foremost Ice Cream
Church, under the direction of, SUFFERERS
Ulysses Morris. Dr. Cook was Introduced -i Phone NE 4.9441 READER }. .
IT YOU HAVE DAY BMTTLC HAIft! DAJllDAuJ'r.'rEtTEa.IIC& .
by Atty. Henry Arling CA.UNGVORM.OR OTHER IKDfoa
ton. Rev. Thedford Johnson offered : SCALP IRRITATIONS FERSULAH WILL AT. 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J. .
the invocation I FORD TRANSITORY RELIEF or THE SCALINO:
and
Judge AND 1TCHO O. ASK TOUR DOCTOR DRUOCDT.EAUTICIAN 7ir 1
FINCHER, Mgr. /
L. E. Thomas
served as master of OK BARBER ABOUT PER9VLAN.: .. PROF. ,
ceremonies. indf &t, ti t

7! ul >Jf.> .
Musical Program at !! U1Wa1W01AS

St. Peter'sThere ..........""qad L.MaMAl1r Drive Carefully

----- BUNTER
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will
be a musical pro-
gram at St. Peter's African Or-
thodox Church on Sunday, March COMMUNITYl PROF. HUNTER
2nd at 4 p.m. The Church Is located If you are sick, worried or in trouble this is the

The at public 1723 is NW invited 3rd court.to attend l place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the

this program. STORECOR. veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,

Members of the church are and advance forward by the help of God under the

respectfully requested to Join In leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience
& 68th St.
for an evening of pleasant listen N.W. 15th Ave.
in spiritualist and occult science. Make
ing. The program is for the benefit your
of the church building fund- PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut home happy. He will show you how to bypass your
and IsWing sponsored by Miss Emerald enemies and get the things that life demands for you.
and Mrs. Genevleve Lock- Rate Drugs Free Delivery
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N. Rolle, reporter COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
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y.... Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of three-

.., ld1.Ns story building. Office U in the duplex in the front of
...... ..fNra. "Easter Is Near-April 6-Lay Away Now! the building.He .

.. ..... r Easter filled Baskets 502.50 Boys Socks ............ pair ..29Boys EI has fifty times more power than any other
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and Sons Ribbons ................. yard .05 Baby' Shoes .................... .49 FFICI HOURS DAILY
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Bias Propaganda Drive AME's Announce



,. '- Area SeminarsThe
Sacramento, Calif. Backed
by a fund, reportedly in excess

of $2,000,000, certain southern YMCA Deparuncut of Religious
state in alliance Begins
governments
Education of the 11th Episcopal
with White Citizens Councils 18, through Saturday, April 19.
District African Methodist Episcopal The sessions will begin Friday,
have launched vast propaganda
a
Church, announces the fol 3 through 10 and Sat
pjn.
p.m.
campaign to northerners to
segregation, Roy woo Wilkins, NAACP Summer Camp DriveSummer lowing beginning area, March Seminars 14,to with be held the 6 urday p.m, April 19, 0 ajn. through

executive secretary, charged here
Western Area meeting at Bethel
tonight in an address preparedfor will soon be herel! YMCA is merely interested in AME Church, Tallahassee, Rev.
delivery at a dinner meetingof
this
McNeil Harris pastor,
II. ,
the Association's Sacramento That could mean good times, adventure getting more children to camp. seminar will begin Friday March SPECIALIZED
cool air for your child.. ;
branch. There's no reason why any boy 14, with sessions beginning at 3
Yet, for most of us, camp means TRAININGIN
The NAACP leader cited as an expenses we find bard to meet. ought not be able to go to camp p.m., then 9 a.nv until 6 p.m.
example of this kind of propaganda With prices as they are, camps this year with Just a little effort. Saturday, March 15. ,
a full page advertisement have to charge substantially to After all the soap cost no more The Tampa Area Seminar will MUSIC ART DANCE
than regular soaip. Everybodyuses be held at Bethel AME Church,
published recently in a New York conduct a well-fed, professionallytrained
City daily and paid for by the program. We usually end soap. Soap isn't perishable. St. Petersburg, Rev. 11. McDonald DRAMATICSChildren
Louisiana Joint Legislative: Committee up saying, "Nexa year 111 send : No matter how large a stock on pastor, beginning Friday and Adults.Registration .
for the Preservation of my child." hand, people can always buy more March. 28 and through Saturday,.
Segregation. The advertisementsets to help out. March 29. All Day Saturday.
forth what it calls "the position But camp is something you The South Area Seminar, will
For further information concerning APPLY
of the South on race rela- cannot put off any more than you be held at St. James AME Church ,
tions. can put off your child's going O soap sales, kindly call or M>ahi The Rev. A. J. Rcddick. Fine ArtsConservatory
visit the Carver Branch YMCA
school. Only three or four yearsof ,
pastor beginning Thursday, April
340 \
NW 13th St. FRanklin
"This statement," Mr. Wilkins his life are ideally suited to 41829. phone 6 through Saturday April 8,
pointed out, "15 basically an ap- camp life. If he misses out on The East Area Seminar will be 1025 N.W. 2nd A.e. '
peal to the North to Join the those, he loses for the rest of his held at St. Stephens AME Church
South is denying the Supreme life the enjoyments and knowledge Jacksonville, Rev. J. S. Johnson, ((2nd floor-tide entrance)
Court ruling which outlawed racial camp life can give him. New Lovely HomesOpen pastor. Beginning Friday April

segregation In the public from 36 2 bedroom, .
The Carver Branch YMCA has p.m. ---
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found a solution to this dllcma. Florida room, 2338 NW 6Bth terr .
Further, he asserted, "in Its It is a nation-wide project called, 2901 N.W. 43rd Ttrr. Garage and
declaration that if such segrega- "Earn Your Way to Camp spon- hardwood floors.Cash . CLEAN..CLEAN.
tion is practiced in the North, it ored by the Sweetheart Soap Co. paid for your lots .
will help that region adjust to a Attractive boxes of soap, labeled, Build on your lot or mine
greatly increased Negro popula- "Help Me Earn my: Way to Lot for tale
tion by 1980, the advertisement is Camp," sell for 50 cents a box- JE 8.134GBARONDrive CLEAN.
an open Invitation to the Northto only slightly more than soap at
defy the nation's highest: the store. Twenty-five cents go _
court." to your child's camp account; 2Sc Carefully
I goes to Sweetheart Soap Co. The
State Senator W. M. Ralnach,
chairman of the Joint Legislative --
Committee: is also chairman of
the Associated White Citizens
Councils of Louisiana, likewise, Expelled Little Rock
Representative John S. Gossett, a
member of the committee, is a p,t .
member of the White Citizens .> s .4.r MF,
Council state board. Student Enters NY School
Fi M : G 'trs
"The clear picture is," the

NAACP spokesman declared, NEW YORK Minnie Jean Lain two buildings in Manhattan. M, .t 1' '
"that the White Citizens Councils, I Brown, 16 years old, who was expelled I III
who are dedicated to the defianceof from Little Rock Central) A statement issued on Feb. 1'7
blended the Supreme Court, have I High School on Fob 17 for re- by Clarence Laws NAACP field :
themselves with the
tailiatlng to repeated harassments secretary now in Little Rock
state government and, under that charged that Miss Brown's expul-
|by white pupils entered the New
cloak, are launching a campaignto Lincoln School here on Feb. 24. sion for retaliating to "countless Y nil
hold the Negro in subjection Miss Brown was scheduled to cruel provocations" at Little
not only in the South but in the ,
Rock Central School
High was
arrive in New York on Feb. 22,
North as well. accompanied: by her mother Mrs. ",. ct,!"r Abandonment of Justice

There is a report that the I W. B. Brown. i and fair play" s .

White Citizens Councils, working On the day after her expulsion w G.W

In partnership'with certain from the Little Rock school. Miss I, WARNER 6 ,
southern state governments, have Brown accepted a $1,050 1 scholar-I .v L
more than $2,000,000 available to ship to the New Lincoln School. MINES. Inc. : -JiL4l
finance this campaign. We know offered her by the school's found- Painting and SKIS
that the Louisiana Legislature Ing director, Dr. John J. Brooks WaterproofingContractor iu _
appropriated $100,000 for the use In offering the scholarship: Dr.
of its Joint Committee. We know Brooks declared: "Our kind of Licensed and
that the Mississippi Legislature Insured by City te
school just can't sit by and not
appropriated $250,000 for Its State make some sort of gesture Incase I and County
Soverignty Commission, and that like this." lies NW Uth 8t
the legislature in Florida Ark- New Lincoln a private school, Free Estimates
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PAGE SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1958 Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor I Rev. James Culmer, pastor C. W. Brooks reporterDr.

L. R. SmIth. reporterWe Eddie Edwards, clerk A. Joseph Reddick, pastor

were greatly inspired by Sunday School.........-... 9:30: a.m. The Victory drive closed Sun-

the Holy Spirit beginning with Morning worship .................. 11:00: day night with more than $2,100.
Sunday School. Westminister Fellowship... 6 p.m. Mrs. Esther Scott reported the
highest amount reporting $212.;

Our Christian faith points us FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Bro. Theodore Mackey, second

ii't 'AA i away to God who sustains Ufeand with $192, and Mrs. C. Porter

holds human life in his hands.It Rev. C. J. Burney, (pastor $164.91.

reminds us of our dependence Claudia Wilson reporter

of a power far beyond ourselves.The God (blessed us to enjoy another Others reporting more than
morning wonderfully the $100 were: Mrs. C. M. PearsalL
U message was blessed day and enjoy
Mrs. Ida M. Wright,
delivered by our pastor. the day that 136.26;
services throughout '
His text was talken from the 6th filled with the Holy Spirit $134; Mrs. Grace Teamer, $120;
were Mrs. Gladys Nathan, $115; Mrs.
chapter of Ephesians. He used as beginning with the Sunday I and Mrs.
Prudence Johnson-$110;
a theme, "Take a Stand For School. The morning message was
Catherine Peterson $102.
Righteousness." The No. one choir delivered by one of our own, Bro.

1 and No. 3 usher board were in W. Slater, text St. Matthews 25: Our thanks to all who participated

charge. 31-32. in any way toward the

The No. -2 choir sponsored a The evening message was delivered success of this most glorious ef-

magnlficient program, highlight by our pastor: text "Ro fort.

ed by the warm fellowship of the mans 6:23.: delivered Friday night at 8 p.m. the
Both were
new Bethel choir. messages Love Feast service. will be held;
and left great
with much a
The pastor's afternoon message power Stewardess Board No. 3 of
minds. The No. 1
thought In our
was delivered with power and which Sister Gladys Nathan is
choir rendered music for morning
vigor. His text was found in president, will be in charge. The
Daniel 5:5.: services and the No. 2 choir, that I
School under the lead-
Sunday ,
evening. The No. four and the
HEW BETHEL BAPTISTRev. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST ership of Bro. C. S. Hall and
Junior ushers !in charge of
uur churcn is full of activity. were teachers will begin at 9:30: ajn.
W. K. Smith castor Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor We are in the midst of a men's the days services. We were very

Mrs. R. Conley, clerk Oretha Holder, reporter day drive. Visitors and friendsare grateful to have our many friends During the 11 ajn. worship the
always welcome to Mt. Car- and visitors present throughoutthe pastor will deliver the sermon

Bringing encouragement Sun- Sunday was another day of mel, the place where you receivea day. from the theme, "The Road to
day morning to his audience to grace at our church, beginningwith hearty and warm welcome. Jerusalem" and at 7 p.m. he will

endure trouble until Jesus re- the Sunday School with Rev. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. develop the theme, "Strange Re

wards us with good things, was Stephens in charge. The school MARTIN MEMORIAL wards." Dr. Reddick is expectedto

our pastor He spoke encourag- was of large attendance as usual. A. D. Hall, pastor be at his best throughout these

ingly from this B'li'bject.elood At 11 an inspiring devotional Richmond Heights, Fla. Ernestine Hanbrick, reporter services.

Things Come to Those Who Walt service was held with the deaconsin Rev.. Albert Jones, pastor Services were as usual on Sun-
Upon The Lord," which was bas- : charge. Music for the morn- 'Wilma M. Harris, reporterThe day with Sunday School begin- The Holy Eucharist will be administered -

ed upon the 62nd Psalm and 5th ing's service was rendered by the ning at 9 o'clock ajn. at both the 11 a.m. '
third Sunday service was services.
verse. His sermon' revealed the No. 1 choir who sang from their Rev. Hall delivered a very inspirational and. 7 pjm.
highly inspirational. The Rev.
facts about how Job, a Biblical souls. The pastor came before us
Harry Henkle delivered a soul sermon entitled "Sure The ACE League, under the
character, waited on the Lor. d I with the morning's message stirring sermon, taken from the ly be both bore our grief and capable direction of Miss Vivian
and came through his late more found in Psalm 136, "0, give "
carried
than I 10th chapter> of Paul's Letter to our sorrow. Rutherford begins at 520 p.m. on
conqueror-also revealed the thanks unto the Lord; for he is
In the evening the Willing Sunday.All .
the Romans. His Ye
subject was
,
patience
and volunteered trust of for his endureth for-
good; mercy Workers Prayer Band an" he
Must be Born
many other Biblical men in our ever.'" Again. East Coast Kings from Ft. Ki.d-: members of the Federal

his Saviour.listeners He sought to prove to Sunday afternoon at 5:30: BTU We had visiting with us duringthe erdale were the guests at the Credit Union of our church are
that Parish
to walton the church. asked to assemble in the
morning service the Faithful
Lord was the wisest was held with Bro. Daniel Smith minutes at the
Hall for few
thing to do The a
Few Club No.4.FollowIng pastor received into the
and that it in charge.' A surprise program was worship.
accomplishes close the morning
more Qf
the morning service church the membership of two
than any other remedy. rendered during the program period -
the trustee board was elected for persons. You are invited to be presentat

We were happy to have withus Sunday night at 7 o'clock de they I I On Sunday Holy Communion all of our services at all times.

Sunday evening a visiting min- votional service was held with Our pastor delivered the even- will be administered at both am.

ister, Rev. Freeman, who is a the deacons in charge.,The night's ing sermon from St. John 1:18. and p.m. services.
member of the beloved Friend- message was delivered by the On the first Sunday in March The pastor is urging all class "SPACE MINDED"

ship Baptist Church of Miami, pastor found in Jonah 1:2, subject, the Junior Church will leaders to be present and come Sermon by
and was as equally glad to hear "Rise, Orders." ize ,for the year. reorgan prepared:;: to make a financial report Rev. Glenn O. Canfield

him preach a wonderful sermon. In our prayers let us rememberthe on Sunday Sunday Service .................... 11:00
He emphasized on the theme, .sick and the needy ones. Visitors Our services are held the first The rally is still the blgjest Church School..............-... 10:30:
"Jesus is The Way which was rare always acknowledged at and third Sundays of each month. attraction of the church. You are FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH

based upon the 4th chaipier of St. our church, so don't hesitate to Class meeting is held every; urged to continue payments.You Dixie Highway at SW 29th Road
I John and the 5th verse. Rev. ccone and worship with us. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. are urged to pray for and
I Freeman declared that the way Every Saturday the Ushers visit the sick. They include the

unto Christ was made perfect by MT. SINAI BAPTIST Board sponsors a barbecue for following: Mrs. Florida Butler, HARLEM SQUARE
Jesus himself, and that even a the benefit of the church building Mrs. Leeyor Reedy, 1312 NW 4th
fool can find his way through Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor fund. I I ave. Mrs. Sadie Jones, 1978 NW SWEET SHOPA

the path that Christ has travelled. Ernestine Hambrlck, reporter Visitors are always. welcome f in : 4th court, Mrs. Englina Barnwell,
He forcefully stated that the way our service. .. 223 NW 16th terr., Mrs. Margaret FULL LINE OF GROCERIES

of Christ is insured to bring eter- We Floridians have really felt ThomPkins, 352 NW 17th st., COLD CUTS COSMETICS
winter weather this season in its James E.
nal eternal St. Martin.
peace
happiness and Matthew
AME Zion 208 N.W. 10th St.
even eternal life. severest form. And I !believe all We acknowledge the presenceof

parts of the state have undergonethis 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. all who come to worship withus

A few splendid remarks were test, yet, it is good to know Rev A. Ii. Ferguson, pastor and Invite you to visit withus

made by Rev. Williams, who wor that with the group the religious Sunday School..*........... 9:45: a.m. often. GLAND TROUBLE

shipped with us very regularly. work of the church has kept 1 in Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m.

progressive action. The Sunday Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. NEW MT. CALVERY Urinary Ailments
School first is steadily movingforward
In its various I activities Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor Pains In BACK, HIPS, LEGS
THE INCARNATION in all departments. It Is amazing 1 TRIUMPH CHURCH Edna E. Thompson, reporter tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR,

Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar how various persons are drawn i Sunday School WEAKNESS
was opened at If you are a victim of these
Veronica OTJcrry, reporter Into work in this field of laboras Mrs. E. Cooper, reporter the usual hour
by the symptoms then
I (reporter) write. I am forced Sis. E. Cooper, reporter superintendent. The junior be your trouble may
teachers took traced to Glandular Inflammation
SUNDAY to think back the time
over "The Church at Worship" was charge of the classes. The day of the Prostrate Gland.
Church School and Adult Bible!L when we pleaded for workers.Yes .
Class .........................-. 9:30 ajn we have a lot of them, and beautifully outlined and discussed being Junior Day the entire services Neglect of Glandular Inflammation -
Solemn Sung Mass and by the various classes in were carried on by the often leads to premature
we humbly thank our Heavenly
Sermon .................... 11:00 a.m Master for all. School of Wisdom on Sunday juniors. loss of function, low vitality, lost
past. Our memory selection was Morning prayer service was vigor, surgery or malignancy.
St. Michael's Guild ..._... 5:30 p.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen The pastor is growing stronger recorded at Matthew 21:13. However conducted by Deacons Finger and Why Suffer Delay and

Unit No.1........ 5:30 p.m. daily from; ihs attack of the flu this lesson mikes plain to Adams. Prayer service was enjoyed Get Worse
He preached again last Sunday by all. The Modern Methods
Solemn Evensong and us that when Jesus was talking morning sermon Bring

Sermon ........................ 7:30: p.m We had a lovely worship serviceSunday with the woman of Samaria at was loved delivered junior by our own be- Without Gratifying Results
morning. The spirit was: the well, and she made this ap pastor the Rev. Surgery In Most Case
TUESDAY felt in our midst. His text was proach. Our fathers worshipped Freddy" Johnson on "The New CONSULTATION FREE

Acolyte practice ............... 8 p.m. from II Cor. 5:19, "That God was on this mountain; and you say Birth.Deacon Larid Hours:10 Mon., Tues., Fri. Sat.
!in Christ reconciling the world that in Jerusalem !is 'the place< was ordained a.m. 5 pm'
WEDNESDAYLow unto himself, etc." Read the Sunday afternoon Freddy John- Closed Wed., Thurs. t
where
Mass ...-......'..-...-.. 6:30 p.m. pas- men ought to worship. son also received his license t to
Evensong, meditation ......- 8 p.m. sage.We I Thus Jesus quickly led her be r. re sen. We Wish both young men SOUTHERN CLINIC :
Confirmation Instructions for still have faith in the BTU. yond that point with this instruction and women much success towards NEW LOCATION

We believe with Bro. Henry Lur Woman, believe me, their goal and to our junior 2847 Coral
AdultsTHURSDAY the hour is coming when neither WayNear
church.
ry as director, this auxiliary; I it on this mountain We are proud of ,you,
St. Mary's Choir Guild will put on new life. We as a will nor in Jerusalem continue on, you are the future 27th Ave.
worship the
you Father.
Rehearsal .............. 5:30 fun. body of coworkers will pull together But the hour is coming, and now church.
FRIDAY with accord in
one tryingto Is when
the true
Stations of the Cross .... 720: p.m. ,build a strong union In the worship the worshippers !will
Father
In spirit and
St. Cecelia's Choir Guild p-xn. church. truth, for such the Father asks SOUTHERN CHOIR
Note: All Masses on all Saint and The services through the day to :
worship Him. (IWhlch
Holy Days .........?,........._... 6 a m. were very good. The choir renditions mens that God is a spirit simfcly and GOWNS
were very appropriate, those who COMPANYMiami
worship Him m u s t 216 N.E. 2nd
the We welcome you to our church.
St. Elizabeth's Chapter of worship Him in spirit and In
Woman's Auxiliary will hold its Come and worship with us. truth. < s FR 4.2737 FR 1.8011

regular meeting on Tuesday,
March 4 at the home of Mrs. FIRST UNITARIAN The honor was bestowed upon Room 212

Anna Williams, 1376 NW TOth st. i Mother J. Murray to open' ihs Custom
Minded" will be the seri made choir
"Space YPE Band 1
topic "Trust gowns
at 8 p.m. All members are asked in God"and
mon topic of the Rev. Glenn O. Pk .. 0'
many wonderful
be Mrs. Dorvelle
to
present. Mary thoughts
Highest
is the secretary and MAlice Canfield, minister of the First were gleaned. Since It was Wo- I Quality!II!
Unitarian Church, !Dixie Highwayat m-m's Day the president Lowest
Knowles is the chairman. of the Prices!!
SW 29th road Sunday
on
Missionary Band said (we would
You ere cordially invited to attend March 2, 11 aon. At 10:30: the have a teachers' meeting. Among From $10.95

a Lenten Tea sponsored by idult ,forum will discuss "Money those to participate were Sisters

the Episcopal Young Churchmen: Plays Part in the Child's Re- B. Brooks, Harris, B. Williams New Styles Old Styles
,
on Sunday, March 9 at 430 pjn. 'Iglon.' and Mother Higgs. All were Choice of Finest Fabrics

This affair will be held In the On Wednesday, March 5, 8:15: spiritually tns ired. Caps Collars .
Parish Hall. Come out and encourage at the church, the Miami Community I I StolesAll

these young people Forum will present Bertha Today's thought: "The Lord is Colors and Combinations
Lugan speaking "Nutrition: my light and my salvation; whom
Facts and Fancies." Miss Lugan !s !II "'I T fear? The Lord Is the Larry Dlckett will call on you at no

Drive Caref ally! clinical dietician at Jackson Memorial strength of my life; of whom shall obligationTHE
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PARK ELEM. DUNBAR ELEMENTARY NHS Student Heads Mrs. Leila R. Williams, Betty
Kelly, Russell Rymer, Mrs. MableD.
The Brownies and all interested Mrs. Frances Jollivette, special State Hi-Y Thompson, Rev S. A. Cousin
girls attended a tour day projects teacher, returned to Miss Marie Roberts, Rev. Thed-
workshop during the week of Dunbar on Monday after attend- ford Johnson, Mrs. Mamie Wll- Hello there,
February 1017. The purpose of ing a 3-day Stat e Guidance Jams, Miss Estelle Waller and Once again yours truly is com
this clinic was to stress to each Meeting at Tallahassee Mrs. Jol students, Russ LIndquist, W. X ing to you and hoping everyone
Brownie that here Is more to being livette, who is doing advanced Cogdell, Thomas R. Papino, bought a copy of the Miami
a Brownie than just attend study in the area of guidance, was ert C. Burke, Fleet Hawkins Rob-I I I Times last week. If you didn't
ing meeting wearing a Brownie one of five elementary teachers \ ston Davis, Atty, Henry Arring- you really missed the latest on
uniform and learning the Brown from Dade County at the meet- i 1 E Er ton and Fred Parker. Sunlight.We .

ie pledge. ing.Mrs Charles L. Williams, principal)
The speakers for the week Burke want to thanQc our new
were Robert (Betty of the Booker T Washington
our own faculty members Mrs. welcomed backto president for the fine job she'sdoing
Ingraham) was High School and Mrs. Ida Rat-
Mary McKhan, spoke to the her second grade classroom cliffe, principal of NorthwesternHigh since her election and that
Brownies on the subject, "Scho- ., after maternity leave. Her fine extended themselves to see best compliment wishes.A goes to Mrs. Arnold
lastic Achievement." son, Robert was christened on that all delegates were properly
Mrs. Helen Jackson, "Good Feb. 2. Miss Roxie Matthews was housed during their, stay here. few (of our girls are busying
Manners." Your manners depict the substitute teacher: in Mrs. themselves studying or getting
you. Good manners are an inner Bur+ke's room. Host advisors, John W. Dlllard ready for exams. Hope you girls
desire to do unto others as you A most interesting social stud- and John C. Capers may well feel much luck. I now you'll make it.
would have them do unto ies project on Africa is being 'developed proud In the results of efforts
you..
given to this Here is a hint for the juniors.
project.
There is nothing so beautiful or by 6th grade pupils/ und-
There is an exam in June, better
Rev. Edward T. Graham, chair
attractive der the direction of their teacher
as good manners. There -
is no age limit as far as mannersare Mr. R. S. Cook, II. A displayof w man of the Board of Management, get down to brass tacks, girls.
concerned. Some tips to good materials maps, book jack G. W Carver Branch YMCA, Monday, the committees met
manners. ets and books has been arranged. acknowledges the participation of at Sunlight to pave the way for
Stories, folk tales, poems all persons who helped to make the National Beauty Culturists
Mrs. Covin, "Personality." Personality games music films, film strips this program one of the most suc- League convention to be held
is the quality or fact of and records are being utilized. cessful in the annals of lif.Y andTriHlY here in July.
being a person and not a thin;. Pupils have done individual and Donald Aikins, student of conferences See you next week.
Personality conists of all the class research in the school library Northwestern Senior High Schoolwas 11111....................................NNI.
qualities that make each person ias well as at the public elected president of the Fla.
different from every other !Per- library. Mr. Cook, a native of 'I' State Hi-Y and Trl-Hi-Y\ Con WILL BUILD J. B. SMITH
son.The Fernandina is a 1955 graduateof ference which was held at the
culmination of the clinic FAMU. Prior to his coming to Booker T. Washington High ON OUR LOTSIN ELECTRICSERVICE
was an excellent demonstrationgiven Dade County, he taught for two School February 14-18, with the
by Miss Gussie Johnson on years in Lake County. theme: "Brothers in The Eyes of I OPA LOCKA
Good grooming. "Every girl Miss Delores Bethel remains ill God.
should try to achieve the goal of at her home for the second It marked the second time that LOTS FOR SALEIN Electrical Contractor
being well groomed. It is not a I month. We all pray for her complete BTW has served as host to this
hard task, merely an early developed I recovery Mr. Jefferson annual activity which left 244 OPA LOCKA HOUSEWIRING"Don't
habit. These are points I Reaves is substituting for Miss young delegates and advisors;
that make a well cuss Call us"
groomed
per- Bethel! from 24 municipalities with fond-
Call
son. The sympathy of the Durvbar est memories. The young people I Mr. FrederickUN PHONE NE 5-3058
In summary the sponsors em- : Family was extended to the Maxie participated in one of the greatest 6.8002 UN 6-7801
phasized that these traits may Smiths. Mrs. Victoria( Grtiham, conferences! in the history of Night or Day

be the feeding tools that can be mother-in-law, of our secretarywas the organization. Miami was represented ........-...-............-.-........
developed into a daily guide. buried last Sunday !in Low- by delegates from North-
'There were several Brownies dens County Ga. She died at the western Senior High, Booker T,
who expressed themselves as to hospital in Valdosta after an Illness Washington and Carver High.
how much they enjoyed the clinic : of less than a week Mr. Each One of these schools partici- SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER
and what was accomplished.I Smith was her only child. pated In some form that should
,The clinic was organized by Approximately 180 Girl Scouts give all adults responsible a feelIng l-
the sponsors: Mrs. Inez Anderson! from the two Intermediate and of gratification for their efforts 2186 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 3-2691
and Mrs. Jenlce Rogers. I four Brownie I groups at_Dunbar and interest.
win attend the annual Thinking Many of Miami's adult civic-
BETHUNE ELEMENTARY Day Program scheduled for Saturday leaders and young people contributed HOURS: 9 a.m. to IS p.m.
I March 1, at the Martin to' the success of the
Mrs. Josephine White, 18senior Elementary School, Richmond conference, among which were DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
student of BethuneCookmanCollege Heights. The theme is "Hands I the following! : Members of the
is taking her internship Across The World.; Booker T. Washington School
work at Bethune with Mrs. Nao- I' ,
Miss Amanda C. Franklin C!' K* S'C mi Ward Symonette the cooperating member of the executive council, r/I.e! %.!....ww T;e.t.!....V..!?oTo!.!..!N?o!b-....V..X..%...SFAIR'S...........................ti.....www..................A,1 .......r..........Iril .....A. .. ......e... ..
teacher. Under the guidanceof Dade County Girl Scouts and f1
this well-chosen cooperating chairman of Ixora district, was f.Cjill
teacher, the teacher-to-be will guest at the recent Thinking Day '
have an opportunity to put into program of Cassia Girl Scout district il I Religious
practice some of the theories, That program "Our Chalet" -
ideas and skills she has acquiredand was held In the auditoriumof ill nl
hope to further develop as Coral Gables Senior High i i
she becomes more and more 1
specialized in her chosen ,profes- i I School.Beginning with the second semester 1 [fa Supply Store I 1
I ii
sion.The PTA a Monday morning devotional :: 1tt4
Bethune
(a president of : ( assembly is held In our
Mrs. Docla Howell will attend the cafeteria for all pupils grades 3- n
State PTA conference in Palat- 6. This Is in addition to the daily .
Ica, during the week of Feb. 27- devotions heard over the public n2 rtn
March 1. Also attending the State address system. Classroom teachers M
-
PTA Conference will be our REV. W. J. FAIR
.
are responsible for the two ,ltd
music consultant, Mrs. Johnnie types of program. iUr ul
Patten. The March PTA meeting will
Get well wishes are extend be held on Monday, March 3 in I Great Spiritual Listener ,
to our well loved secretary, Mrs. the cafeteria beginning a t 7 2t1'r
Thelma Worth who Is now ill at o'clock. The Dunbar Day Nursery
'
Christian Hospital.Congratulations. will provide the program. Reportswill _: ;
rCI.
to our little be given about the State u'' :; ;
third graders for a very entertaIning PTA meeting convening this
assembly program on last week in Palatka. Leon Kelly !it. Y
Thrusday morning. The play entitled PTA (president. flit He helps the rich as well as the poor.,I If you gU<

"The Meaning of Brother- it 4'4' I are troubled with unusual conditions-can't iJti;

hood," was very informative. It dtII hold friends or money Rev. W. J. Fair will .*U;
dramatized the practical things Non-Surglcal Treatment
which people can do to promotean Hernia Piles U pray for your condition to be changed for the |l(i iu3

these understanding Ideals. and realizationof (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids) ', better. Some come by train some come by air, iJlj:

Orchids to the fifth graders for DR. LONG'S. CLINIC u3 some come by car to see Rev. W.,J. Fair. Cr C

the unique way of letting the 21 8.W. 13th Ave. r ll a
other classes know what they are Phone FR 8-2748
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grade class is responsible for devotions -
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Bernice T. !Johnson reporter T flR f
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MIAMI TIMES "The a Fire Dept. Building Fund Drive.
Peoples Newspaper" I Bureau Federation approved
: opposing compulsory:
resolution the Fireman's -
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1958 unionism and favoring a national Broward All proceeds Ball will from go toward the
The resolu-
right-to-work law. thanksto
fund drive. Many
tion states; "No person should be County building attended and gave
who
deprived of his right to work because them L.

575,925 Negro Catholicsin of membership or lack of" Newsby toward Herring, this president affair; W.Wilbur A. Bowe,
membership in any organization. Y secretary and C. B. Blount, fire

Vice President Nixon has em- chief.

phasized that the Jobs of more Walter BoweA meeting of the
The regular
United States
than 4,500,000 Americans depend CHW Chamber will meet at the
upon foreign trade and that we I
4444 SW
Bowe
home of Walter ,
exported some $8 billion worthof special meeting of C. W. H. Ranches Monday
lth7 st., Carver
Washington Negro Catholics non-military goods last year.
of Carver
Chamber Commerce membersare
Qf All
in the United States total 575,925 He quoted Cordell Hull as say- Ranches, was held at 8 p.m. at night at 8:30: p.m.
be present.
asked to
which is 30,000 more than a year CAjfDAROF ing:: "Either goods will" cross bor- Mt| ion AME Church Tuesday The ladies auxiliary of the
ders or soldiers will. Feb 25. It will bring together -
night, Chamber of Commerce will meetat
ago.The Catholic Church maintains Tax Bulletin states presidents of all organizations the home of Mrs. James Out-

343 schools especially for Negro f and .. .W that in the cast 20 years or so order and pastors to discuss of all community churchesin ler in Washington Park on 19th
children, with a current enroll- more than $4.5 billion of highwayuser st. and 52nd ave.
Improvement plans.
ment of 83,384 (pupils. No Statistics &JplnlOn tax funds has been diverted All members are asked to be
O'Neal Johnson Is presidentand March
are available for the total to non-road purposes. And the present Wednesday night
number' of Negro children in I Q trend of this diversion has been E. K. Hardy is secretary.All 6 at 8 pan

schools. upward in late years.A .
Catholic integrated
members of tile CWH Fire'
'
The annual report of the Com- A reason why President Eisenhower railroad spokesman says this Department are asked to be present JOIN THE
mission for Catholic Missions and Secretary Dulles are about his industry: "This vicious Sunday at 3 p.m. at the
among the Colored People and reluctant to hold a "summit con- circle rf loss of markets, higher i Church of God of Prophecy. Spec- Y. M. C. A. TODAY
Indians, an agency of the U. S. ference" with Russia at this timeis rates, still further loss of markets, ial program for the benefit of the
that there are 499 found in some information- still higher rates, can be stopped
Bishops, noted gathered by U. S. News and
for Negroes only by providing the railroads
churches and missions World Since 1943 there
Report. with far greater freedom to price
319 of them in sopthern dioceses. have been 19 top-level confer- competitively and to price for ARE YOU IN

Indians living on or ences, in which the chiefs of quantity, thereby reflecting the
Catholic
stale or foreign ministers part- railroads' inherent efficiency."
near reservations number 117,398. cipated. Forty agreements were THE REGISTER
They are provided with 413 made and the Soviet government -
churches and 231 priests to look has kept exactly three of
(Directory of clubs organizations businesses
after their spiritual needs. them. ASTHMATICS!) ,
and institutions in Miami and Supurbs)
Fifty-seven day and boarding 1'101 P-. 4 ,tl.S from cboko
I: schools, with an attendance of Economic Intelligence reports e3./ :=BIft R = I
8,072 Indian children are staffed that average hourly earnings of Me loW MARCH 1st IS THE DEADLINE

bv 725 and brothers.lay teachers.sisters, scholastics workers NL8 in percent manufacturing from 1955 increased to- set,'G. afmlon byl 6re thtod GoamO For Information Phone NE 5-3321 or 4-4170

1957, and total compensation( Increased J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
There are more than 17 million 15.2 per cent. In the same .410 N.W. sand St., Miami, FU
Negroes and about 350,000 In- period, on the other hand, net ,
dhl"' in the United States and" corporate profits after taxes declined -
I'', *
I
Alaska. 1.2 percent.
OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
The report was signed" bY'' VISIT HARBOUR ISLAND

Francis Cardinal Soellman, Arch- At a recent conference, the BAHAMAS SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
bishop of New York; Archbishop mayors of 82 per cent of our big
Francis P. Keough of Baltimore, cities said that parking Is the And Stop at The PSYCHIC READER
and Archbishop John F. O'Haraof most urgent municipal problem.It's .
Philadelphia. Rev. J. B. Ten- common for four or more
nelly, secretary of the commission cars to compete for each spaceon j
released the report.Globetrnlters the streets.
e

Stop :Many observers expect a rough, d k'P
no holds-barred battle betweenthe
Off at HolyRedeemer "big three" car makers and .
the United Auto Workers union

when new contract negotiationstake , j
place this Victor "
Riesel
year.
Captain Hank Kean and Bob writes of the possibility of the SUNSET INN & TAVERNOn
, Milton of the world famous
j I Harlem Globetrotters visited Holy! companies 4 million stockpiling cars and as Walter manyas the Ocean Reasonable rates Ufa
Redeemer School last Friday and Home-cooked meals
Reuther building up a $50 million -
student body to
treated the a strike fund. Then both sides Wm. T. Mather, Prop.North' .
trtdk shots
of
display
dazzling '
and ball handling on the basket- would shutdown.be ready for a prolonged Travel Bureau, U.S. Rep.

ball court. 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Fla.

Father Goggin then trotted out Delegates to the latest conven- Phone 7R 3-0757 Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through Life

the Holy Redeemer School team tion of the American Farm :;c cIt's M a Lighthouse guldee the ship In a storm
and Hank and Bob gave them
some pointers on hook shots and WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
set shots. The following membersof For Success in Business And Love
the team were introduced to never too late"to have your CONSULT
HER
the famous players: -
0 You can now have home made
GRADUATION PHOTO Made your happy
Carol Williams, Howard Cole- ''
0 Get and Hold
brook, John Rolle, George Gold- the position you so long wanted
smith, James Dullard, Stanley 0 Don't Stay in the rut! get out now
Coleforook, Cornelius James, and Cap and Gown Furnished Also tassel with your 0 By the help of God she can help you
Joseph Lawyer.
school's colors Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
Both men are of the Jackie
I troubleIt
i Robinson calibre of athlete. They

impressed upon the boys the great .- will pay you to call and. see this Gifted Medium First
need of a good education for
everyone who wants to get aheadin Where thousands come yearly for help end advice you too can
Photos
Prom Backdrop Available for Prom .
be touched this
life. The Holy Redeemer boys by strange mysterious power

were deeply impressed.The WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

over, the exhibition famous pair and left practice)with a Johnson of Miami The same God who delivered Moses and the children of Israel
of old to still alive
parting Globetrotter hot. today and will open a way for you through

"Win 'eni all," they said. 1182 N.W. 3rd .Avenue Phone FR 1-9541 the troubled .... of llf. Let not him that I. blind lead you or
you stumble with him.

Do you doubt the existence of thing because
you cannot see
them

If you happen to sea a leak What do you think of the Invisible waves end .ound. that make

Call me, don't wilt until Wlreleee, Telephone, Radio and Television possible

next week A seed before It sprout, lies concealed,
secret, silent In the dark
When next week relit earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UN8EEN t

around, Therefore acquaint POWER"I I
yourself *? ** -
The rain will come down. with the one who U an f;'1: t

And when the rain coma authority Whose private f y i

down, consultation will evolve you 6 !

I cent make a dime. to a higher state of mind. \ ,3MP

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::1Jasketba" Tourney'/ THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples Newspaper"I i


I Home Leave "Peyton Place"
on


::Here March 7 8 I Opens secret at shame RitzThe in a woman's


1' heart is exposed in all its stark
: Southeast Regional Class A realism when the emotioncharged -
jsketball will invade Booker T. drama, "Peyton Place," makes
rashington High School's gym on I SGT. NASH COMMENDED L its screen debut Wednesday,
arch 7-8 for the annual tournat. March 5 at the Ritz Theatre. To
bring this daring story to the

: Seven leading high schools of screen, 20th Century Fox selected -
a roster of talented stars, cdm-
tie area including Roosevelt of .
.r4P
Wet Palm Beach, Blanche Ely binging some of Hollywood's more
h, Pompano, Attucks. Dania. seasoned performers with a group
8nd Dillard of Fort Lauderdale, of young, up and coming person
will bring their teams for the alities. They include Lana Turner
[ ven t. Lloyd Nolan, Arthur Kennedy
and Terry Moore. This picture is
Booker T. Washington, North- \ d' recommended for adults only.
western and Carver will also play.
[Drawing of teams will be held
(Sunday, March 2 at Dillard High For Prompt, Efficient
lin Fort Lauderdale.
Teams will be d
service
I seeded according to their rank
lit is expected that Attucks High Phone PL 4.4909RUDY'S
'wil11ead this group after the rec- ____..__.__.n..__n__ ..n_..._... _.._m..
ords have been tallied. TV
Ml I Sgt. Samuel S. Holmes, well
I Promptly at 6:30 p..m. Friday, known Miami career soldier, returned andRADIO
March 7, teams will begin the r r home Feb. 19 on leave REPAIR
"death" play for the regional t gx4'fir:; c. from the United States Army.
championship. The exciting tournament Having completed more than IS Guaranteed Service
is expected to draw many : years service in the Army, Sgt. Pick
,students from the southeast to Holmes plans to serve two more up and Deliver
|j witness the fray; and, to cheer in order to complete the required 9 a.m. to 10t30 p.m.
their favorite team on to victory. I 1 20 years, after which he will
6801 N. W. 16th Ave.
retire from the service.
: Tallahassee and the state tour- ] :
nament scheduled for March 13-15 During his last tour of duty in

will be the goal of each team as Korea Sgt. Holmes distinguished --.. . .. .
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I they rack up their scores. Unfortunately J himself so well that ho received
t only three teams will a special commendation- certificate For
be able to carry away the honors of achievement for out- Your Wedding
to vie for state trophies.STIRRUP standing service from Drig. Gen. choose
tk Robert Q. Brown, commander of only

_ the I Corps Group Artillery The
Sgt. also received a special commendation Lctuiute.INVIWION .
from Lt Col. Manuel
H. Martinez, commanding officer
of the 39th Transportation

3 : tallion (Truck.) D3t-1 I !

While in Miami, Sgt.
Sgt. J, L. Nash, center, well as a police officer occurred on stopping at the home of his mother Ant
Known member of the local police the morning> of Jan. 24, when, Mrs. Florence Holmes, 3352 Ecru Vellum
force, is shown receiving a check after receiving a pidk-up order on NW 53rd st. He will return to DIE FREElOOtMiplrtc
for $50 from Police Chief WalterE. a get-away car Involved In an duty on March 25 at Ft. novena,
TI'Y Headley, as part of a citationfor armed robbery in West Palm Mass Sgt. Holmes said he has '
outstanding service. At left Beach in which some $1,600 was enjoyed every minute of his time
is Captain L. G. Nolle, commander stolen, he shotted the moving car in the Army, and highly recom- "' .11gI
Y : of the local precinct, under in Miami, ran the vehicle downin mends it to nny young man who "
whom Sgt. Nash serves. his service car, and appre- is delirious of a career with security. I
hended four men and a woman, MIAMI TIMES
Relatives and friends
In addition to the check are
Sgt.
\ : wanted in connection with tho
6740
) Nash also received letters of happy to have Sgt. Holmes home N.W 15th Ave. PL 46128
!r.: ft: commendation from Police Chief robbery. again. I 1112 N.W, 3rd Ave FR 3-2236
> Robert W. Wilburn of West Palm With the assistance of two West
:, ";..ft.,. Beach, as well as from his own Palm Beach detectives, he turn-
,*. r Chief, for prompt and efficient ed three of the men and the car
7 ;; service. over to authorities. The woman
In Fine WIii&seijELLIS
and the other man were placedin
DIRECTOR The specific incident in which I Miami jail on narcotics charges -
Sgt. Nash distinguished hlmseif ,
Mr. William J. Stirrup, athletic I CIIMA1TN'STHE
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'i director, is director of the -
tournament, and Mr. Nathaniel .
*"* '*. %v L! '!\ '_ iti "
i Powell, coach at Carver is the h : !
1. assistant.
;, LAST CHANCE TO SEE AND HEAR
Members of the Booker T.

Association Washington will High serve School as host Athletic and BEGINNING MONDAY, FEB. 24

I ,hostesses for the tournament.
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No. 2 of Mt. Zion Baptist Church
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples Newspaper"PAGE Mallory and Millerin Prof. L. Leo Jenkins, director.

A. L. ShIpp, pastor 12 SATURDAY MARCH 1, 1958 Admission is $1.00 and ticketsare
Doris L. Hayes reporter Joint RecitalMrs. on sale at Miller's Cleaners,
814 NW 3rd ave., and by membersof
Sunday School began at 9:30 Josephine Malloy, mezzo the sponsoring group. Harris
ajn. with a large attendance. The I soprano, and C. C. Miller, dra- Chapter No. 160 Order of East-
teachers were at their best. matic baritone, will appear in a ern Star. The public is invited to
Morning service was very In- Good JudgeNews Joint recital on Monday evening, an evening of fine musical entertainment -
Morning
spiring. The choir sang the praisesof March 17 at 8:15: at the James E. .
God and the ushers were at Scott Homes Auditorum, 7200 NW
their duty. A wonderful sermon Precinct Court McFord,
From Miami's Municipal 22nd ave. Mrs. Gladys
was delivered. will be at the piano, and Elliott
JOHN D. JOHNSON
The devotional service at 7 p.m. JUDGE PresidingBy J. Pleze will serve as master of
was uplifting, with prayers and Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer ceremonies.Mrs. .
graceful hymns sun*. Rev. Shipp
delivered an inspiring sermon on Malloy, a former memberof
the subject, "An Event I May the talented choir of Shllo
Not Forget." Surely the Holy Exactly 111 cases were listed carrying concealed weapon (a I Baptist Church of Jacksonville,
Spirit dwelt with us. for trial Monday morning, Feb. knife) fined $25 or ten days. under the direction of the renowned 1
24, in Municipal Court. Timothy Womack, and Fred Prof. Sykes, also received -
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Regretful, ,but not too difficultto Howard, both charged with cary- special: training from Prof.
understand was' the case of ing knives, both dismissed with Linton Berrien, formerly of iM-
1571 N.W. 68th Terr. Mrs. Eva Mae Taylor of 233 NW warnings. ami. She is now a member of
Rev. G. Jones, pastor 14th st., who was charged with Clarence LeFrance, charged choir No. 1 of Mt. Sinai Baptist ORA-JEL
Sunday School........... 9:45 a.m disorderly conduct by fightingand with disorderly conduct by creating Church.Mr. .
Morning worship .................. 11:00: assault and battery with a disturbance, fined $15 or Miller is member of choir I
Evening worship .................... 7:30: hands on James Scanes. Jack six days. a .
Bradley of 2375 NW 155th st. was Joel Cox and Ralph| Cooper,
TRINITY WESLEYANRev. also charged with disorderly con- both charged with disorderly

George E. Johnson, pastor duct by fighting in the same case. I conduct by loitering both dismissed BEN H. ATKINSON JR., D.D.S.

Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter The incident occurred Sunday with warnings.
Sunday School .......-.__ 9 ejn. : night at Cafe Society. Scanes told! I &Henry Stallworth, alias Pidgeon ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
Chest, charged with disorderly
Morning worship 11:00: the court that Mrs. Taylor was
People's Meeting- p.m. I conduct creating a disturbance GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
Young sitting to the bar in the Cafe, FOR THE
and using profanity fined $25 or
: ,
talking to a man, when Bradleyand

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY a young woman came in. Almost 10 Wesley days. Owens, charged with OFFICE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m ,. 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
like magic, added Scanes,
Irving Goldstein, former vice!I and at the vagrancy, sentenced to 15 days. And by Appointment
Mrs. Taylor Jumped
comander of the Jewish War I up Willie Lee Burch, charged with
I other woman, grabbed her by the
and now I
Veterans of Brooklyn, disorderly conduct and with ,making -
a resident of Hollywood, will be I I hair and started to give the young threats of violence against 6705 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone PL 7.5601

\ speaker at the Baha'i Center, 137 woman what would have been avery Officer N. Mattox, fined $50 or 20 ,
beating. However
NW llth ave., 7:45: p.m. Sunday, I I severe days on the two charges.
Scanes said he interceded in an
win be "The
March 2. His subject Benjamin Hayes, charged with
effort to make and thus
I I peace,
Calculus of Modem Religion. diso:(.erly conduct, by creating a
saved the other woman much of
and faiths are cordially
All races disturbance with
and
vagrancy,
the beating she would have' got-
invited. fined $50 or 20 days. RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
ten. But when Scanes interceded,
Mrs. Taylor went at Bradley and Ulysses Havin, charged with
BETHANY S. D. A. disorderly
conduct
by
the two battled away at each creating a PRIVATE FOR HIRE
Elder C. D. Rock, pastor other, until the police came and disturbance, fined $25 or 10 days.

Mrs. E. C. Tynes, reporter restored order.In .
Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
The much-talked of Women's her defense, Mrs. Taylor Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
Day at Bethany will reach its climax told the court that Bradley was Matrons and inmates of Mt.
on Sunday evening when an her man, she had been talkingcare Olivet Court, Heroines of JerichoNo.
interesting program will be pre of him and that she was Just 91 are hereby requested to 3-5900
sented. The guest speaker will be fed up with catching him with be present March 6 at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Mallie Hunter, popular that other woman. Mrs. Taylor 1742 NW 3rd ave.
teacher of this city. admitted grabbing the other woman It is very imperative all finan- HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
On Saturday at the 11 a.m. service but declared the other woman cial and non-financial be presentat
Mrs. Julia Jones of Little always disrespected her in this meeting. It is of vital im-
Rock, Ark., will be the guest public when she was caught with portance take due notice of the
speaker.The her man. Mrs. Taylor added that same and govern yourselves ac- JiJlJtJlJdaMJlJtMJlJlJlIIJIJIJtJtJlaJIJlJlJlJtJlJIJIJIJI.>
\
purpose of this effort is to Bradley had been sleeping nightly cordingly. SHOP ATBerkley's
raise funds for the Bethany at her home.In Mary Dean, M. A. M.
'
Academy. The women have been his defense, Bradley denied Alice Cash, secretary
busy with various activities with sleeping every night at Mrs.Taylor's Cut RateWHERE
home but he did admit
: view to making this affair suc ,
1 a.
cessful. The public is invited. spending some time there. Brad- FOR SALE QUALITY LIES
g ley declared that Mrs. Taylor was

BAPTISTRev. with another man when he and 4-Bedroom 2 Bath
TEMPLE the other woman arrived at the 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.2376

L. A. Thompson, pastor clufb. 2 Car Garage Home

J The Second Court Church of has Mrs.an Taylor estranged admitted husband that livingIn she HARDWOOD AND Gifts, Card, Dolls and Gifts of all Kind

God, Bishop G. Wallace, pastor, Detroit, but Bradley declared TERRAZZO FLOORS Pokena Set ...... 1.49 2.98 Dresser Sets S.19 to 12.93
I'' will render service at Temple I that he does not have a wife. Men's Box Silent NightHandkerchiefs

tonight (Friday) in behalf of the I It appeared to be another case Cor. 67th St. and ....._.-. .98 Cologne Set .... 1.25 3.69
senior choir. You are invited. I of a "playboy", his regular wo- 24th Ct. Electrfo Iron .-. 8.98 9.95 Old Spice Cologne

First Sunday services will De man friend and his other woman, Waste Basket -_ .89 and Lanolin ..........._.. 1.00
as usual. Covenant meeting at 11 all Involved in a most unfortunate Open Sun. 2 to ft or Winter Is Approaching Evening In Paris

a.m. and sermon at 7 p.m. The incident. Call JE 1.5973 Medicine Sets ........._... 1.00 > 3.98
Lord's Sup2' er will be administered Judge Johnson found both Scott's Emulsion .98 1.79 Comb and Brush

both morning and evening. guilty and fined Mrs. Taylor $75 Dr. Brown's Magnolia Sets ...._......... 1.00 2.49
The choirs will serve jointly and or SO days on the two charges Remedy .................... 1.49 Men's Small BriefCases

I, so will the ushers. against her. The judge also fined Father John .68 1.35 .........._..-M.......> 2.9P
4 March 3 the Inter- Bradley $25 or ten days on the Yarsmln Tab 2.08 Evening In Paris i
Monday, Close in Town
King's Men's Sets ..._ 2.10
; denominational Choir Union, Bro. charge against him. Stick Deodorant 2 for $1

Allen Ferguson, president, will Ready to Move in
'f' Among other cases heard and
bold Its monthly meeting at disposed of were the following. 1542
N.W. 62nd Terr. SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
The at
Temple. begins
program Rufus Ledpepper, charged with
830 p.m. disorderly conduct by creating a This New Home Where Prices Are Right
I disturbance, fined $25 or 10 days. I
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r JOIN THE dressing in a manner not in 3 Large Bedrooms We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 4-2376

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.
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper"

I SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1958 PAGE 13f
Investigation Flops


FOUR KIDS DIE that we, the members of the Interdenominatlonai -
(continued from page 1) M n Burial
I Alliance of West Palm Beach goon
took his departure from the room 'that I he is not, has never been FOR RENTROOM. AS FRAME HOME record denouncing segregation
followed by NAACP attorneys and will never be a member of BURNS in general and particularly the
Reeves, G. E. Graves and Edwin the Communist Party. Private home. PL 0-2498, establishing of a Negro Junior
Davis. I| Atty. Howard Dixon, who was 790 NW 66th st. Fayettevllle, N.C. (ANP) college in Palm Beach County.
Unlike similar bearings here the first witness called Thursday Four small children died Wed- Rev. H. G. Poitier, President
two years ago when most wit- morning, spent a considerabletime :HOUSE in Floral Piatfk. A nice nesday in a fire that destroyed Rev. David L. Brewer, Sec.
the stand and also told
nesses fully cooperated with the on home for nice people.) Completely their frame home. Officers said
committee, all persons taking the the Committee that he is not, furnished, 1 bedroom, frame three of the children suffocatedand MINISTER
stand with the exception of Louis has never been and doesn't intend dwelling. If you want to live ina the "fourth was burned' to
Popps, who refused counsel, were to be a Communist. nice, quiet neighborhood, apply death. Police and firemen said ARRESTED FOR
thoroughly counseled by compe- All of the NAACP memberswere 1934 NW 58th St., phone NEwton the four children of Sgt. and Mrs.
tent and brilliant legal minds. represented by Attorneys 58915. Willie Weaver were alone in the GAMBLING

HERRE'LL' BLOWS TOP Reeves and Graves with the exception house when the first started. It FILES SUIT
of Rev. Graham and At- WANTEDWORKING was thought the children struck
Rep. Herrell bad earlier levelled torney Dixon who were represented a match and ignited a mattress. I Indianapolis (ANP) A
an emotional blast at Mrs. by Atty. Tobias Simon. WOMAN needs mature The victims were identified as Negro minister, twice arrested by
Ruth Perry, who was the second Mrs. Teplow and Mrs. Rosen lady with church and medi- Willie Jr.,; Deborah, 4; Michael members of the police vice squadon
witness called Thursday morn- blatz were represented by Atty. ical references to share home and 2, and Bruce Gregory, five months charges of being a profession..
ing. Herrell tol<. the spectatorsthat Robert J. Raymer. help with children. Please call I al gambler, last week filed a
anyone who refused to MO 1-0176 between 11 a.m. and old.Two older children were at counter suit naming 12 priests, as
JOHNS PLAYING DUAL ROLE
answer the Com:nlttee's questionsIs 12:30. school when the Are was discovered defendants.
"not fit to be: a citizen of this I As chairman of the CommitteeSen. at 9:30: a.m. The father stationed Arrested for the second time at
state." I Charley Johns appeared to at 18th Airborne Corps., his home Friday on what police
Herrell made the drastic state be !playing a dual role both Ft. Bragg is a native of Keys- called "reliable. information" that
ment, obviously in anger, after judge and opponent of tne ville, Ga. The mother is a native ho was still running a lottery,
Mrs. Perry, on advice of her attorneys NAACP. Every motion or objection WELCOME of Fayetteville. Rev. Oftle B. Johnson filed suit
Frank Reeves, G. E. offered by any of the attorneys through his counsel, Atty. FrankR.
Graves, refused to answer ques- representing the witnesseswas Close Beokiwlth, asking the Superior
Longshoremen
tions "bout the NAACP or to give promptly denied or over Court for a declaratory Judge
the Committee records of the ruled by Johns without giving GOLFERSTO Meeting Here mcnt and a permanent judge
same Herrell was not present at any reason for the same. Johns ; ment against the mayor and his
Wednesday's: session. was in effect the Judge or refereeof Hoffa TalksSome lieutenants.Rev. .
The Johns committee has been the hearings, while at the MIAMI Johnson, pastor of Great..
criticized repeatedly as being same time a member of the Com- 250 delegates from 173 er Zlon Baptist church here, does
The Committee itself International Longshoremen's Association not deny running the lottery. ,
formed for more reasons of politics mittee. ,
than to perform a useful appeared to be stacked againstthe BlancheCalloway locals closed out a However, he contends it is no(
function. The NAACP charged NAACP, but counsels for the three-day meeting here Thursday different from gambling games
that the committee's purpose NAACP seemed confident In Teamster President Jimmy IlofCa run by ministers of other faiths.
seemed to be to''smear any per successfully defending all of their addressed the convention on the lIe cites the priests as example,
sons or organizations who seekto clients. final day but an expected tieup I and indicated he believes his arrest -
between his union and the ILA
bring about orderly compliancewith was based on discrimination
(the U. S. Supreme Court Personal MentionMrs. failed to materialize. between clergymen of different
decisions. Local' 1416, Judge Henderson, races or of different denomina.
president, hosted the conventionIn tions.
MRS. VERNELL ALBURY Doreen Young is convalescing -I Proudly Presents their spacious Longshoremen The lottery game, which Rev.
WALKED OUT at the Jackson Memorial Building at 816 NW 2nd ave. The Johnson claims he discontinued
Hospital after an operation of the ELA, of which W. V. Bradley is after the first arrest, was basedon
Later Thursday afternoon, Mrs. eye. Friends hope for her early A 7-STAR head, is an integrated organization. a combination of letters which
Vernell Albury, secretary of the recovery. appeared each morning, in tho
Miami chapter, also called as a John L. Lewis of the United headlines of a. local dally news
witness, read a statement similar Friends of Mrs. Charles North STUDDED REVUEAT Mine Workers .and Joe Curran of paper. '
to the one read by Fr. Gibson, are pleased to know that she is the AFL-OO were also invitedto
and walked out on the Commit- recovering from her recent Illness the meeting but did not come.
tee.The although still at the Chris- THE POPULAR The three big independent unionsare ,
IS
witnesses refused to answer tian hospH.al.I said to be considering a fed- WHAT
the questions on the grounds of eration. '
the first, fifth and fourteenth I Wendell Thompson of Nassau, 930 /
amendment of the Constitutionof Bahamas, spent three days in Miami JIMJAM MINISTERIAL
the United States. enroute to New York, leaving -
on Tuesday evening ALLIANCE
Fr. Gibson, Mrs. Perry and Mrs.
Albury were all cited for con- News was received on Wednesday OPPOSES NEW
tempt up to Thursday afternoon. Ql the death in Los Angeles,
Others cited were: Mrs. Bertha Gal., of Frank Jolllvette. Mr. and JUNIOOR
Teplow of 253 NE 34th St.; Mrs.
Mrs. Jolllvette's home is in Port
Anna Rosenblatz, 608 Euclid ave., Arthur, Texas, but were visiting COLLEGE IN WPBThe I
Miami Beach; the Rev. Edward 'heir sons in Los Angeles and
T Graham, pastor of Mt. Zion were about to return home when following resolution was
Baptist Church, and Atty. G. E. he died. passed by the Ministerial Alli- ANNiYiaaAllTGood
Graves. Surviving are a wife, Mrs. Re- ance of West Palm Beach last
Arlington Sands, local businessman gina Jolllvotte, six sons, Earl, CLUB week:
also testified Thursday Harold, Sydney, Cyrus, Percy Whereas the Supremo Court of
afternoon. Sands told the Com- and Albert James. Cyrus and the United States ruled that segregation .
mittee that he '- not and has Harold live in Miami. is illegal; and

never been a member of the They will fly to Los Angeles 1900 N.W. 75th St. Whereas segregation is ungodly Reading
Communist Party Sands, admit, on Saturday where the funeral and Immoral, and expensive to
ted attending a meeting which. he will be held Monday the taxpayers; and most of our,.
later learned might have been Phone PL 9-8651 leading educators contend that for theWhole

Communist. We saw a lot of big league segregation denotes that one side FamilyHews
HEARINGS OPENED baseball players in Miami this Is inferior to the other side; and
week. Among them were Junior Whereas segregation is basedon
WEDNESDAYThe
Gilllam of the Dodgers, and THUR., FRI., SAT, SUN. race prejudice without regard
hearings opened Wednes- Brooks Lawrence and Prank for individual ability. or character Facts
day morning in one of the Circuit Robinson of the Redlcgs. Also saw ADMISSION 50 CENTS ; and
Court rooms on the fourth floor I pro footballer "Night Train" Whereas segregation casts a
of the courthouse. It Is scheduledto Lane. TABLES FREE great reflection upon democratic
I
end Friday. principles thus hampers our Fanrify l Features
The Committee, which is composed I Henrietta "Chubby" Salmonsand Show Time: role as world leaders; and
of seven members, is head Gloria Phillips, telephone Whereas the democratic (principle ---..rwwwrrw..rr
ed by Sen. Charlev Johns of company supervisors from New 10:30: p.m. and 1.a.m., in full execution for all TN OvMtan fctonc: Monitor
Startce. Other members are Rep. York City, are spending a short Sat. 3 Shows people is the only thing that will On Nonroy V.torton I),Mea .
W. C. Herrell of Miami Springs, vacation with Mrs. Annette Loveat successfully counter-act Com- fend yew nswpoc' r to IN tfctttfwcfed.
vice chairman; Sen. W. Randolph her 15th sL home. 10:30 1:00: and'3:00TUESDAY rmmlim; andWhereas Cnclottd find my eNd W
Hodges of Cedar Key; Sen Bart the establishment or ....., 0fdIt. I ytw Its O
Knight, of Blountstown; Rep. Night of Stars at creation of segregated Institutionsof 4 montM }9 Q I the H30 D
Ben Hill Griffin Jr., of Frost NITE any type, such as the proposed
proof; Rep. J. B. Hopkins, of Capitol ThursdayThe Negro Junior College for NegroesIn
Pensacola and Rep. William G. Amateur Show Palm Beach County, violates
O'Neill of Ooala. Dade County Council of every principle of Christianity and
The first witness to testify was Community Relations are sponsoring our democratic precept of liberty -
Mrs. Teplow. Mrs. Teplow was a benefit performance Music by and justice. ; .,.
followed by Mrs. Rosenblatz.Rev. Night of Stars at the Capitol Now therefore be it resolved 'Z Ity -
Graham was the third Theatre Thursday night at 11:15. Carlos BermudezAnd
witness called Wednesday rnornin The Treniers, Steve Gibson end - - -
*. Rev. Graham remained on the Red Caps, Blanche Galloway'sshow His Orchestra I
the stand for exactly two hours from the Jim Jam Club, It's never too late to have your
and handled himself in a commendable and many more top stars now ,
manner. When asked appearing in Miami and Miami GRADUATION PHOTO Made
the question: Is he a member of Beach nightspots will appear.
the Communist Party, Rev. Admission i. t donation to the Drive Carefully
Graham said he was not, his DCCCR of 250. Cap and Gown Furnished. Also, tassel with your
never been and will never be a I
member of the Communist Party. school' colon

POPPS ADMITS MEMBERSHIPIN

PARTY ROCRLAND PalaceYour .-
Louis Popps of Richmond

Heights, followed Rev. Grahamto Available for Prom Photo
Prom Backdrop
the stand. Pops stated that Dollar Value in
Biggest
he once was a member of the

Communist 1950. Popps Party also but said got he out later In Liquors, Package Good and BeveragesThe Johnson of Miami

Joined the NAACP. Graves followed -
Popps to the stand. Finest Foods at Popular Prices .
1
- Graves too, made U very clear 1182 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 19541Commie
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829 NW. 2nd Avenue Phone FR 4.9943

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THE MIAMI TIMES "The People Newlpaper"PAGE Garden and Civic E.Continued C. Thomas.shut ins are Mrs. FOR RENT

Flossie Gibson Mrs. Andel in Christian home.
ROOM a
14 SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1958 Club News Mickiris, Mrs. Cogdell, Mrs. Ethel .full use of house. Owner out mostof
Primus-and Mrs. Ertha Styles. time. Mrs. Bessie Jackson'
i Recently the Garden and Civic 1960 NW 58th st. ME 58915.'
Club was entertained by Mrs. It is so nice to have Mrs. M. S.
Annie Twine at the home of Mrs.: I Pearson from Stamford' Conn,
FOR SALE
Addle Sampson. and Mrs. Pate from Detroit return
In-Around The Bahamas After a very inspiring meeting; for the season. Ohter visi- :
Mrs Twine entertained the group tors were Mrs. Brown, sister of BEAUTY PARLOR in all new I
with a puzzle game. All sparedno Mrs. Mary Wright, and Mrs. beauty shop. Phone PL 1-9250.
__ By A. H. McKENZIE pains in partaking of the Mary Smith. Mrs. Jones. I
choice menu and left by styling
Mrs Twine an ideal hostess. The next meeting will be held SACRIFICE! large duo-therm S
The freeze in Florida has affected HAPPENINGSAT The next meeting was held at the Wake's home on 52nd st. gal kerosene heater, 1 Florence
the Bahamas in a bad way. with Mrs. Madelyn Thomson at in Brownsville.Mrs. kerosene heater, $15.00; 1 apL
Of the 1,000Bahamian- laborersin JESCABy the home of her parents on 16thSt. Ann Coleman, president size ,gas range, $12.50. Philco refrigerator -
the state, 800 are expected to !Mrs. E. C. Thomas, reporter freezer top, $50. Nit
Helen Strachan Stubbs
return home by this weekend. There was a lengthy discussionon 54394.
DID YOU KNOW the migrant workers camp in
Mrs. Roxana Fernander, 93, Homestead, the outgrowth of HELP WANTED r
died at her home in Augusta St. I' That children l like! to have plans perfected in the last meet
on February 17. She is survivedby some privacy of their own, es- ing. More than 100 cans of vege WOMEN sew easy ready-cut FOR SALE
a son, Harold, two daughters I I pecially on play-ground\: area tables, fruits and meats were donated wrap-a-round aprons home. Earn
Ellen Balbbs and Geroline Fer- I' this accounts for their going behind at this meeting besides $26.16 dozen. Spare time. Write
nander, and nearly 100 grand, I I shrubbery, trees, tree- several bags of clothing and Accurate M ;r's., Freeport, N.Y. 2 Bedroom BS
great grand and great-great grand I houses, etc.PATRONS cash which the ladies took to
children; two brothers in the U. S. Homestead for the needy mi BEAUTY Operator. Apply at NEW HOUSE
and many other relatives. Funeral COUNCIL NEWS grants. Elouise's Beauty Salon, 2226 W.

services were held at Bethel Bap- We would like to thank Bunche Park Drive or Phone
tist Church, Dr. H. W Brown oifldatlng. i our The last meeting was held at NA 1-8318 after 9 p.m. Ml Carporte, Tiled Bath
parents for their fine attendanceat the fabulous home of Mrs. Lucille
the regular meeting this
Reed on Feb. 22. O
month. Let us continue to makea
The of Miss Mable
It is estimated that up to Feb. presence
fine showing every month at EQUIPPED
Barlow who has been from
kept
15 there was a 20 percent decrease -
these meetings; remember that $500 DOWNOne
of her
meeting on account position
number of tourists
in the
your child looks forward to see-
due to the recent strike. The rev- ing you take 'a part in these was especially acknowledged RESTAURANT
and appreciated. Mortgage
enue for January fell off by functions.
$95,200 below that of last year. During the brief business
STAFF NOTES period the reports and discus $80 per Month
Johnson has been sions on the migrant workers,
Gladstone Beer and WineLicense
missing for two weeks. A resident The Greater Miami Jewish were led by Mrs. Carey. More
of Kemp Road, Johnson went Community Centers sponsored a plans are in the making to offer 0
fishing in a 12-foot dinghy on workshop for nursery school further relief to the suffering
teachers or persons actively engaged people. Move Right m
Feb. 10 and has not been seen
since. A search has been made, in nursery school or kin- Many members are ill with the 628 N.W. 3rd Ave.
but no trace has been found. dergarten work. All of the teachers flu which has been so popularin 4814 S.W. 20th St.
at JESCA attended this work
our city for the past few tok.. over
Responsible party
No racing will be at shop, held Feb. 27. months. Glad to see some have
more recovered including scribe with Just small security CARVER RANCHESCall
Hobby Horse Hall for the seasonas LEST WE FORGET your ,
the track was destroyed -
by fire on Sunday night, Feb. The Day Care Center No. one FR 3-2869
15. Shareholders of the 25yearold is holding its annual "King and

race course were having a Queen" contest the first Tuesday Now AppearingIn See Mr. Myers ...
legal battle in the Supreme Court evening after Easter Sunday. ThisIs
when the fire occurred. The loss the time all of the children are 320 N.W. 7th St.
Is estimated at $240,000. The, given a chance to show off all of OurCelebrity
Drive
CarefullyANNOUNCING
place was partially Insured. The the Easter finery, and two of the or Call FR 1-4554
CD has been asked to investigate children are crowned King and Lounge
the cause of the fire.The Queen of the day care center.

r THE BIRTHDAY KIDS
printing plant of the Nassau LORDCOUNT
t Guardian and all its equip- To the following children of !
ment were completely destroyedby both day care centers, we say,
fire Saturday night. The cause "Happy Birthday:" Yvonne
oi the fire has not been determ- Chandler, George Stubbs, Myrtis SOMETHING BRAND NEW ,
ined at this writing. Swanson, Rudolph Littleton, Marie ,

The new Benjamin Memorial I Carr.YOUTH A Package Delivery Service for Miami! :

AME Church has been established TALENT SHOW
In Nassau' under the leadershipof DATED FOR MARCH 18 AT THE PIANO
Satis- To have your parcels delivered, errandt vui
the Rev. M. Benjamin. i
I What is probably the greatest 1
is being made.
factory progress array of local talent,ever to
Hymn books and other religious ap- Singing Authentic Relax-Call ,
tear: on any one program has
books are needed. Friends in the been assembled by the SubDebCubs .
United States are asked to senda the association; CALYPSO TUNES
pf for its
helping hand to this new (Fourth Annual Youth Talent Jet Delivery Service
church. I FromTRINIDAD '
Show scheduled for 8 p.m. Tuesday
March 18 in the Liberty
The House of Assembly is Last still Square Auditorium 6304 NW NEwton 4-1354
very much in the news. Mth
week Milo Butler refused to take I ave.

back an expression he made First, second and third place *
against'' the Junior member in the prizes will be awarded to contes-
House for Exuma. He simply ignored tants finishing in that order in
the speaker. The fireworks the Junior and Senior Divisionsof Also Popular and IntimateEntertainment I
then began and as the sparks the show. Besides the youth,
flew, the leader for ,the government ': we plan to have for your enter
moved tor adjournment tainment number of outstanding COCONUT GROVE .
without giving notice for the guest' artists, currently appearing -
next meeting, : in this area.Admission *

Your' scribe who sustained a for teenagers and
leg Injury in an accident recentlyIs adults is 50 cents and tickets may Spend an Evening of Brand New Airy Apis.
I
be
Improving rapidly. He wishesto purchased from Sub-Deb II
thank his many' sympathizers.ST. members and at the office of the Pleasure in our I
James E, Scott Community As- I
MATTHEWS CHURCHRev. sociation, 6248 NW 15th ave. Net Celebrity Lounge
proceeds from the show will go FURNISHEDFREE
N.' F. Clark, pastor I to the association to help with i I
Rev. J. E. Monroe reporter I its program of recreational and *
educational activities in the
,Impressive services: were held ccmmunity.
last Sunday at 11 a-m';' when licensedto Deacon I i Miss Mable Morgan is president r1M1 . ELECTRIC :

Harold Brown was of Liberty Square with Mrs. !
the Gospel Ministry. The cere Doris Yaeger serving as adult : WATER
monies were performed by the leader and Mrs. Haroteon Storr Ml GAS _i
pastor the Rev. N. F. Clark end and Mrs. Ada Larry volunteer
other ministers attending. A large leaders. HOTIl
number of members and friends I

were ,present. .

pastor Along and with the brother entire Brown membership the- |MONROE MUSIC HOUSE 899 N.W. 3rd Ave. I

of St. Matthews in wish attendance to 1, Everything in Gospel Music.Everything :. NO DEPOSITS !
thank those who were their prayers. I for the. church. Also Phone FR 1-1633
and request i
church furniture Baptist standard i
I Clark pastor iI
Rev. N. Ft
hymnals AME hymnals. 242 I
i Rev. J. E. Monroe, reporter NW 8th St., apt. 5. FR 3-6483. I MOVE RIGHT i

',I FICTITIOUSNAME IN I

NOTICE, UNDER LAW FOR SALE BY OWNER

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Home J JI
that the undersigned desiring to 2 Bedroom CBS
in business under, the fictitious I
engage name of SUCK CHICK NO DOWN PAYMENTHome MANAGER LIVES ON PREMISES TO KEEH>EtACE !

t at 1033 NW Third Ave.. In the : .
City of Miami Florida intends has awnings and need some work ORDERLY AND CLEAN
with f
to register the said name
the Clerk of the Circuit. Court of' Located at 16430 N.W. 22nd Avenue t ,
Dade County Florida.
Dated .at Miami Florida this Bunch. Park, Opa Locke 3201 t I
Douglas Road
first day of March, 1958. 1
Lionel Fahrer and Phone FR 9-7206

Joe Gutnick,
Owners M22 I
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IN MEMORIAMIn THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"


CARDSMEMORIALS sad but loving memory of I SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1958 PAGE 15

our dear loved one,
MRS. IRENE SAWYER KELLY
who daptred this life in Boston. I CARD OF THANKSClarence conducted on Monday at the Salem -
IN MEMORIAM I IN MEMORIAM Feb. 16, 1957. I Baptist Church.

Dear loved one, one year has Mrs. Mary Eugenia Watson of
,In sad but loving memory of passed since yon left us. It seem NW 7th st. died on Sunday

my dear daughter and husband, as if it was yesterday. Now the r.i 1372>. 23, following a short periOdof
SYBIL LOUISE JOHNSON old home is vacant no one to illness. She is survived by her

and take your place. Some day we daughter' Mrs. Mildred Shields
JAMES JOHNSONwho _ hope to meet you in that city and other relatives of Chicago, Ill
departed this life Feb. 24, where Angels dwell. And to that t I where she was sent on Wednes-
1942 and Fob 27, 1957. 4 beautiful mansion where no neI day for final rites and burial.
ever bids farewell.
Time has sped since you left
M. J. Cambridge of 2011 NW
us.Friends. Eugene Kelly, husband
74th terrace, died at his residence -
may think we have forgotten Charles A. Kelly son i
; on Feb. 20, following an
Charleen, Irene Charles
you
of illness. He is
extended period
When at times they see us smile 3 L., grandchildren
survived by his widow, and other
But they little know the heart- Charles E. Sawyer brother
relatives. Chapel services will be
aches our smiles hide all the Bertha Kelly
conducted on Saturday at 2
p.m.
hlle. You still live in our mem- daughterinlawBoston

ory. We miss your loving smile Mass.
and caress but God had soothedour Bishop R. JF. Coleman of Tampa
aching hearts and driven died there early this week. He
away our tears. We know that IN MEMORIAMIn was pastor of the Pentecostal

you are at rest in that heavenly loving memory of our wife, Church of the Living God. He has
home above. mother, grandmother and sister served as pastor of that church
Esther Johnson, mother wife g aDd aunt, since 1938. At the time of his
Pauline Woods, sister .L MYRTLE MAE moos passing he was serving in the capacity -

daughterElla who departed this life March 3, of Grand Master of the International -

Jean Smith, REV. J. J. PERKINS 1952. Lee 7127 NW 15th ct, F. A. and M. Masonsof
niece, granddaughterIN February 28 1954 Sunset and evening star, died Thursday, Fob. 13 at his the State of Florida. Survivingare
Dear And one clear call for me; home. He was buried on Tuesday, his widow, M. L Coleman, a
MEMORIAMIn pastor four years have And may there be no moaning of Feb. 18 from the Church of The daughter, Mrs. Madeline Williams
passed since the day that left
you three brothers Bishop A. D.
the bar Incarnation, Fr. E. S. Clarke,
us. The blow was great, the Coleman of Perrine G. J.
When I (put out to sea. vicar. ; Bishop
loving memory of our dear shock severe. We little thought HJggs, Barry Family I Coleman of New York and Leo
mother, I the end was near; and only those We wish to thank all :who sent Coleman of Philadelphia; two sisters -
who have lost can tell the painof cards, flowers telegrams and Mrs. Hanna Coleman of
(parting without farewell. More CARD OF THANKSThe rendered any acts of sympathy Perrine, and Mrs. Martha J. Far-
ach day we miss you dear. during our bereavement and relan of New York, and other

Friends may think the wounds family of the late, special thanks to the House of I!relatives. lowing services in

k4Wr healed, but they little know I I _" ._ _._ __ re Albert. :Tampa on Sunday, the body u will.
he sorrow that lies within our Mrs Alice Lee wife be "brought to Miami, and will lie
w ie-arts concealed. in repose at the chapel from 9
Moher Johnson am Monday, March 3 until 2
And Friends p.m. at which time burial rites

.t a, m DEATHS will be conducted at Lincoln.

IN MEMORIAMIn ., ,,
Frank Shaw qf 1735 NW 84th
loving memory of our dear st., died at 'his residence following -
mother grandmother and great a period of Illness of several
grandmother, Range . weeks lIe is survived by hi.
MRS. EUPHEMIA ALBURYwho widow, Mrs Tollle Shaw and
x departed this life Feb. 27, Willie Alfred Hoskins, 240 NW other relatives. Arrangements are
J55.Vo. 21st st., died as the result of a incomplete and will be announcedover
highway accident on Feb. 22. local ratdlo stations.
years have passed since you Surviving are his father, J. L.
:eft us. Sweet memories still Hoskins, a sister and other relatives -
Robin D Thrash the 5monthold
.anger in the hearts of those who He was sent to Macon, for -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
vere close to There final rites and burial.
so us. are vacant -
Thrash of Brownsville, died at
places in homes whichan -
our
home on Tuesday Feb. 25. Chapel'
,
: never be filled. We all loved Mrs. Gladys Mlley Williams of
services conducted
I IOU but Jesus loved you best. 540 NW 7th st., died at Magnolia were on
Thursday at 11 a.m. with Rev A.
iE Hospital on Feb. 24. She is survived -
I She leaves to mourn her loss: 'by her husband, Frank, her J, Reddick officiating Burial was
Mrs. Veola Evans, daughter held at Lincoln
MRS. GRACIE EDDBNKNOWLES parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miley,
Mrs. Learlinc Edyth, five sisters, Mrs Eva Thomas' ,
The infant son of Mrs. Lilla
daughterMrs.
who departed this life Feb. 25, Rosina Gibson, daughterMrs. Mrs Carrie B. Shelton, Mrs. Sarah Parker was stillborn on Feb. 23
FRED LEON HUDSON Edmundson, Mrs. Nellie Bell
1951. at Jackson Memorial
Eunice Saunders Hospital
friends Pearson and Mrs. Geneva Daverson
wish to thank the many Graveside services conducted
were -
She is gone but not forgotten daughter who expressed their condolences four brothers, Charlie, Willie, Thursday
To that Heavenly home above Miss Clotell Albury, daughter during the time of bereavement.Alice James, and Henry Miley a niece, on
Some sweet day we long to meet Mrs Velderia Sawyer Hudson, wife Mrs. Ethel Bell Tyson and other
her daughter And Family relatives. She will lie in repose
And share in his infinite love. I Arnold AUbury, son beginning at 3 pan in the chapel
God knows how much we miss I 15 grandchildren, 5 great on Friday, and will remain there JOIN THEY.
youNever grandchildren IN MEMORIAMIn until 6.30: p.m. on Saturday when

shall your memory fade : she will be shipped to Barney, M. O. A. TODAY
Loving thoughts shall always CARD OF THANKS sad but loving remembranceof Ga. where funeral services: will be

wanderTo our dear mother, grandmotherand -
-- --
the spot where you were laid. I The family of the late, I great grandmother. : ,
AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
Bertha K. Lewis daughterIda
K. Sidney, daughter $ ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000) To conform with

Grade Ann Sidney, I II Florida Law

grandchilld J AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR


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GFTED PALMIST AND ADVISER
ELLEN JORDANwho 4
departed this life Feb. 9, and MRS. MARGARET SAMPSON If you need help to overcome Bad
laid to rest Feb. 19, takes
was
his method of expressing their who entered Into eternal rest Luck, Spell or Evil Influence. If you

thanks for the various gesturesof Fob 28, 1942. Sick in mind . .
May she rest in peace. teem to be crossed in Luck, body or
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kindness and courtesy and friendsin shown The Family I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU!
hem by neighbors
their hour of bereavement.We -- Has the one you love changed? I can tell you' why!

wish to acknowledge our Let me explain higher power to you now. I do what
-' thanks for the many cards and FOR SALE others claim to do.
MRS. MASSALEE SPURLOCK contributions of each end every-
Gives and Lucky Numbers
Lucky Day -
who departed this life March 2, you your your
BEAUTY two lots cor- Satisfaction guaranteed.
me.Many thanks for the splendid on \

1954.May the soul of the faithful work and the courteous service ner, de.irabJe.location. 3. Come let me make you Lucky, Happy and Succeuful
departed rest in (peace. -endorcd us by the Range Funeral -
Open Dally and Sunday-Hour* 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
husband Home. Our thanks alto toI bedroom hardwood floor
Carlyle Spurlodk, Reading for Colored and Whftt
Mrs. Lillian Atoury, mother Rev. Adam Rutherford for his
Diana Spurlock, daughter leartfelt services. garage, vanitoriei, 2901 BUS NO. 16 PASSES DOOR EVERY 15 MINUTES

Mrs.Miss Valiant Marjorie Finder Anbury, sister, sister And Catherine Family Davis, sister NW 43rd ten Lot for tale. Phone NE 4-9601-Permanently Located

Mrs. Doris Sliva, sister Cash for loU. Baron,
Mrs. Caroline Edwards aunt your 2590 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami, Fla.

Loo A2 ury, brother I' Drive Carefully JE 8-1340. I
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F DR. SWEETING The Lincoln's ceremony birthday was on held Feb.In the 12.


: Tan Will Win Top Cage Honors GETS HONORARY jamin Waters Bishop's F.College.K.TSiiVTrO Lee Auditorium Seminary. of at the Edward Ben-


ell' DEGREE
1, OHIICAGO (ANP) With -
the college basketball season
Hearing the tournament stage, itappeared THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" Jacksonville (ANP) Asa
certain this week that feature of the Founders Day :
tan players would talke the two PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1958 observance of the 171st Methodist anniver- IL. 1
i most coveted individual honors sary of the African /jr/i
: for the 1957-58 campaign.The Episcopal Church, and the 92nd 4k
: anniversary of the Edward Waters :: ,,:.. ; e.rro .
individual scoring battle College, here in Jacksonville, Dr ,
remained a three-cornered battle "Diamond King" Leaves Harry Sweeting of Ft. Lauder- ," \
Involving the greatest triumvirateIn dale, was tendered the honorary sSibi/ I
college basketball Elgin degree of Doctor of Laws, on know that all things
And
Baylor, Oscar Robertson and Wilt Richard Allen's and Abraham we
Chamberlain. work together for good to
Estate to Relatives them that love God... (Romans .
At the same time, Alex (Boo)
I Williamson held 800 shares In the 8, 28.)
Ellis the Niagara sitar, and Al
Innis, of St Francis (Brooklyn) I Dar-es-Salaam, South Africa- executors of the will have disclos mine, while his brother Percy, When we truly love God
continue to set the pace in rebounding (ANP) Dr. John Williamson, j held 300 shares. The other bene- heart and soul, we put our
I recognized for many years as the ed.Dr.. Williamson, educated at ficiary and sister. Mrs. A. R. Mil- complete trust in Him, joyously .
I "Diamond King" and perhaps the McGill university in Canada, ler held no shares, although Dr. surrender our will to
Baylor, in 19 had scored wealthiest Williamson's legal adviser and
games ,
Negro in the world, died of cancer recently. Some- He is .allgoodandnaughtbutgoodall
654 points (as of last Thurs- has bequeated all shares in his how his :fabulous wealth had not friend, I, C Chopra, held 100 His And, as
day) for a 34,4 average. Robert- diamond mine at Mwadiu, S. A. been /known to the world until shares. that
son's output" P* 706 points- and the property belonging to it recently. South Africans, how- Thus control of the mine remained comes to us will be good, in
highest total in ttte U9n-gave. I I I to his brother and sister and immediate ever, knew him as the "Diamond in family hands. Also abundance.
ftinja! 36: aY!raet \ members of the family, King willed to immediate family were
] the land and other property as
6hami>erialn, who missed two) HELD 800 SHARES sets. Liberal provisions were Drive Carefully!
vital games earlier this season, I I At the time of his death, Dr. mode for personal servants.
had a total of v34 points in 17 .
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games for 31.4 average.

Baylor, the Seattle star, has

on been the moving basis of along per at game a clip average that, Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From

would make him the third high

est scorer in collegiate history. VISIT OR CALL TODAY PL 7-1645
The 6 ft 6 inch' junior from .
Washington has averaged 47-
point-phis in his last five games. 4 au;pi r,


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INTEGRATION

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IN MISSOURI


CHICAGO (ANP) Lincoln
University in Jefferson City, jII
Mo., has proven that Negro
schools can survive when integration :
9 begins to work, accord- BISHOP W. F. BALL
ing to a story in the March issueof I
}])ony. The Rt. Rev W F. Ball, presiding -
I bishoo of the 17th and
After the Supreme Court issued i I 18th Episcopal l Districts --of -the I
its desegregation ruling, AME Church, returned to the
some members of the Missouri United States from Africa onr1' II .
legislature wanted to know ifLincoln's ... I
J gMw'r..y Y.C; r1.lvoNxwtSv'
facilities were being II
duplicated by other schools, including -

,'.. oi Missouri investigation the 30 all-white miles Lincoln's away.University future Afteran u, I WHY PAY RENT ?

In the state's educational. picturewas I
firm. I II
WATERFRONT
Today, it is estimated that I

dents nearly one-third are white of, and Lincoln's although stu- : Boating and Fishing in Your Own Back Yard

most of the Negroes come from
all over the U.S., most of the
other students live in Jefferson *, 1 w a f $795 DOWN
City or surrounding communities."The .
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Beautiful new CBS dream home, 3 bedrooms, large living room, com
School That WAS Too
bination kitchen with built-in oven and range, colored tile bath tile
Good To Die" tells of the schools ,
good student relations with students roof, front porch, rear patio, large closets, many built-in features, on
White and Negro freely on :I large Rainbow Park lot. No closing costs, no qualifying, anyone can
the campus, and participation in buy, only one mortgage payment. EZ terms, less than rent. See this,
student 'activities.One R s 1 today I II

White student said, "I I
know several of my friends who BE THE BOSS! $295 DOWN
were prejudiced and a little hes-
itant about' going to Lincoln. ---- --- $1,695 makes you the owner of a Cozy 2 bedroom CBS, living room,
Some of them went .and learned I MRS. AGNES BALL cleaning store business. Owner of dining room, kitchen, bath, front

two lessons one from" books,I! Thursday. Bishop Ball was accompanied cleaning plant picks up the work in porch, on very large lot, near
and one from people. by his wife, Mrs. his truck. Store comes fully equip. schools bus and shopping. No close

Agnes Ball. Bishop and Mrs. Ball ped with counters, clothes racks ing costs, no qualifying, anyone
are scheduled to arrive in MiamiSaturday and register. Call owl! can buy, move right in. Pay bal
:! afternoon. The bishop ance less
than
WHERE IS rent
nas returned on a leave from his Hurry, see this
official duties. A spedal recep- NEW 3 BEDROOM CBS today I

tion committee is scheduled to $795 DOWN
930 'I welcome the couple on their return Best in Opa Lock Real beauty, 3 N.W. 59th St. Near 17th Avenue.

I trip to Miami. bedrooms, large living room.. com $995 DOWN
bination kitchen colored the bath
Completely furnished 2 bedrooms
utility, porch, extra closets, jalou- living room, kitchen dinette front
TV SICK ? ied windows, 2 blocks to new screened porch on beautiful land-

schools. No closing costs, no nuali scaped large |lot. No closing{ eosu
I fying, move right in, pay balance Only one mortgage. $16
week
I II Then dial' FR 4.20449 a.m. to 9 p.m. EZ terms. Go see. all, with furniture. Don't miss this pays!
1751 N.W. 151st
: SL. Many other properties
SAME DAY SERVICE I Open Sunday 2 to 5 for your In. as this in. beautiful run as low
spection. All welcome this ed new area. Pay
are see streets, city water.
I ALL MAKES ALL MODELS lovely home.


I Picture Tube $795 DOWN $495 DOWN
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Locate close to town in this charm One year new CBS
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17.lnch-$22.9S 21.lnch-$29.9S ing 2 bedroom home. Newly redecorated me room, combination kitchen,
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LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN roofj utility room,
in? room and screened front porch. car porte large 60x130
lot No
Converters For Channel 1716.50 Kitchen has refrigerator and stove, closing! costs, no qualifying
city Go 420 NW right move
gas. see 22nd terr. in. EZ terms
Used 17-inch TV-.Good condition $39.95 then call) us oui-k. f.nole I less than rent

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