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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 8, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00588
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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.ding.Minister: Miami of City the by employed") 4. page on Continued Uft.>>11 social District .
!' Miami the to ;transferred of basis the On i1953. award -
wed. spring early an plan' couple! presently, is She Atlanta. in also George "*her at mad was "I and civic: of organizations other was he potential and record his MMaaagerof-the-yearH
The department. police Miami of i Accounting of School Blayton boy. 7-year-old many to hand ,supporting>>: a -
lends . coveted the won' he that outstanding
.city the by employed. is too He the of graduate! 1955 1 a is and a drowning admitted earlier He He Church. Baptist ZIon Mt. and Director Agency AMt. so' was record his where Beach r
fraternity. Sigma: Beta Phi the Atlanta, in College Clark tended him. about tales mother his told YMCA League Urban Miami JAMES OTIS Palm West managership first A.p .AK
of member a and Beach Daytona at. School High Dorsey ate she because summer --
of last drown Greater NAACP, Clubs of King ; his to then and manager .
In- College Bethune-Cookman of gradu- 1952 a is Moon Miss Fla. to River r.LW Tr i
Hudson the into girl memberof Mason! Elk an is He -assistant manager debit agent utility
: .
graduate! 1957 a is Lewis ,Mr.- Alachua., of Lewis E- Howard 4-year-old a pushed he says boy included which capacities field!

11- various in of number
business our in concepts
their of engagement the announce modern
-precinct police the\ at 't-aeck typ of abreast stay fora Co. Insurance Life American
'" *Moo!) E. Hoyt Mrs. and Mr. to effort' an in ,
Afro the served has James Mr. :
courses' extension s .F y :
"business and Nr r zSv'
DROWNSPLAYMATES insurance* : life in courses :service West. Key
"in several complete successfully to south Augustine St. from !

t and study to continued has mes J. Y S 1 districts Coast East Florida the

Mr. contributions. valuable made supervisionof direct with director
veteran.11YEAROLD has committee field the. group ; Q. agency, assistant of position the - -
II War World a and child one making: policy Important; to district Miami the cf manager
the .
has married is Wheatley Mr. of member as tenure his During 'James David Otis of pcintment offenders. bolita second for brother. two and; sisters

.. House. Settlement SL programs., field in t achievement ap- the announced ,president terms Jail 45-day mandatory! two by survived' is Moseley Mr.
Kaufman: at youth with worked 1-- providefor will It meeting. uds.ion,
outstanding chairman Lewis H. James Dr.
for awards cash and .
officiating: Garmon Rev. the
time a Com- City
Y for. and Scouts Boy YMCA' trips prizes of Jacksonville Co. Insurance 19 March ihs at Sect
the ::including winner"consistent that to an (1'.omewith Funeral Bain's of direction
affairs community a : ordinance "ntroduce '
is He Sshments.ccompl AfroAmericanLife the of office hrrne
in active was Wheatley. Mr. burg. trophy duplicate a his for .Y the in held ,stockholders and will he Wednesday said h Hi:' ,thf under Miami South in Church
___ awarded was .... Methodist' John's St. at pm. 2
Pitti- in While System. portation 4. of >
and directors of board meetings
"Manager-of-the-Year" commissioners. other
1956 Saturday on held be will ley
T Trans- Pittsburg the of ; the for Ga. Athens QI* Weaver: ,. ,. ..*, and Managers District of ference support\ further get can sigh Mose- Mr. for services
department personnel the from League W. O. with tied James D. ; confer- annual recent the King i Robert Mayor' if 'ations'
Urban the to came versity.
Uni Columbia from guidance leadership.O.and tions .,t<; : vio- bolita of convicted -ffenders later.
opera. mlit' first all to meted be will jail time short a body the recovered
____ district in .
vocational in. arts of master level high a # 't.'' daysin 30 of sentences Mandatory Department Fire Mfeund South the
a has and University Southern has he where manager ;
-' of squad rescue the tram Divers
rC.h of graduate a is Wheatley Mr. Sought

Secretary Relations Industrial help. for called and alarmed: came

td F ,- as Jr. Wheatley A. Harry of : TODAYas. College Bethune-Cookman of Numbers For Term be they surface to failed he when
t bV k'A d? appointment the announces League president Moore V. Richard Dr. and chairman ,Arrington Mandatory bu "playing" was he thought
Urban Miami Greater The
. REGISTER H. Henry Atty. ;Miami: of University the of president they said they sank he

Post League Urban Gets ( vice Williams' Franklin H. Dr. :right to left are They .

WHEATLEY A. HARRY county this for quota $15,000$ a meeting in with faced however. continue fisherman.When
__ would death her of investigation >ny]!fro"another cigarette his for light a for
relatives. other and are they job the over look Fund College Negro United the said He play.
-1 sister a foul of evidence bank other the to swim to decided
children three Frances wife. his County; Daue tne ox. cocnauman ana \ no was there said Kelly Sheriff Moseiey

., by survived is He rites. final for st. 67th NW 3210 when said
Ga Valley Ft. to Home Funeral of Wryals Oscar by a-m. 8 about cana1nvestJ.gators the in fishing were women

ft ft1 Bain's by night Saturday shipped-: at discovered was body Tne twc and man another Mosely

be will Adams Mr. of body The said. Kelly J. rhom-s

t _. way. !_ Sheriff night the, during ave. 117th SE near Trail Tasniami:
of right the yield -drowned apparently terr. 71st VW on canal a in afternoon Tuesday
:s to failure with charged ,
.. rr: was i : Mary .
2344& of Parker Lee
. . -Bianicm Mr. st. 41st and ave. 37th drowned Miami South st. 67th
r.-r.xH -'"" 'J"
. NW at occurred: accident: theatre.Mrs. SW 5923 of Moseley
.. ; .- '". The Drivein: Libcity the behind st
y.. }. st. 71st' and ave. 24th NW at -ocfcit:;' : *
77th NW a
,. 901 of 55 cl1i. BW Nicholas: .b1.+S J a in Tuesday early dead found

; : : driven auto another with w.j woman 31-year-old A x

caro.ided his when ,Tuesday injured '-,.,-<>

l : I: been had He ;spleen: ruptured :.>,, .rVhauman.r

satisfactory. u The ave. 23rd and st 74th 1 7; .. -:1: fora surgery undergoing after t2l:; :ZfJ( +5 INROCKPIT FOUND x

-described was condition her where near. tracks the alongside) Green ; Hos- Memorial Jackson at night --
j Hospital Memorial Jackson at Miss found deputies Sheriff t Wednesday died Adams Curtis - 44 BODY WOMAN'S'
I '
removed was leg 1 lower mangled knee c. '
I I l
I Green's Miss over rolled l wheel : iii . injuries.
or a but ear the under frcm ut) .-- the of result a as Wednesday died egrces.__

area. downtown the\ in buildings safely was lane 68th NW! 2172 "=-y H collision two-car a In Tuesday & are they because. them against:

t acartaKnt; into crowded now of Smith Miss, move. to started injured man 48-year-old A x_ iz prejudiced. ;{ be might jury fiorku'

Uses&faz Negro*"of"* hundreds\ the suddenly! it when train- t the under .. north a that grounds on
to ,relief brine' would It homes. Smith Margaret Miss friend .4: nonjurytrial a requested: wife his

own' .their} own who those as her following was lane 63th Injuries 'IM I and minister Episcopal The court.
wen *a rent now who people be Crash district federal.. to York New
NW 2174 of ..
Green Doris Miss
would program the In :-; from transferred" suit The
train. freight .14W.1 -- -.
Tallahassee. to Miami
expressway.Included south a under crawling: by) cut short From -- -,, from trip a on happened that
north. the )
and bypass -
Palmetto Dies ',
the particularly ,expressway a taking t night! Friday leg right! Man I.- >" 14"'. ', incident alleged, the 1 with nection, rr

by, yean; few' next the in placed! her lost woman 26-year-old f con in $500,000$ for Tampa Inc

dfe. be will who persons) all be I Tours Trail Tamiami against nut -_.. < '

j would break special l the Getting MISHAPA PAGES SIXTEEN 1958 ,8 MARCH( +j1 ,SATURDAY filed have Helen wife his and
4 FLORIDA MIAMI 28 No. YEAR 15th Bullock C. Grover Rev. The

, the by te&Uted week.program% this a Bounty seder'. TRAIN IN, ;LEG( .. ., _- glSt| .ii.t..vr., ,h Non et Mntantnr Tempera --- can 17. March their here argue trial will non-jury',bus Storida a .n CANALHarold

.j payment down no with term of. front the '. IN DROWNS
,easy on ride to sled!
' homes new buy to
i able
LOSES they when attacked: were )
be would Vies!! of Thousands "
] Jamaica from Ahwile! FISHERMAN
tad minister s A Tallahassee

BreakWOMAN Housing Get rI I Dollars D Million Half For

to Families Uprooted i r&tLI : BnsCo.lie Sues

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THE MIAMI 'TIMES-'The ,Peoples' Newspaper" TB SEAL SALES

PAGE 2 SATURDAY MARCH 8, 1958 HIT $137,834

Contributions received in the
J 1957 Tuberculosis Christmas Seal
Sale reached $137,834 through I iVIT1 rtteATfienOBOBMOnS
yesterday's count, according to
Chester M. Wright, Seal Sale
chairman. NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
Final reminders are going in
the mail this week to Dade Coun-
tians who have not yet respondedto
11ri1i their Christmas Seal letter. FRIDAY, SATURDAY
In the meantime, Miss Sara
Macnamara,, executive director of

; r :: _ Association the Dade County announced Tuberculosis the appointment WAYNE Ar His MIGHTIEsr!

technician of on Bertrand) the Association's A. Leideras ADVENTURE AT Irs BEST!

mobile -ray unit. The unit o1fers-
free tuberculosis chest x-rays to
Dade Countians on a yearroundbasis. = &yDe
14 tr 1 A graduate pf Jackson Memo-
; rial Hospital's x-ray school anda
veteran of the U. S. Navy, Mr.
; Leidor succeeds Frank Teuschler,
who recently resigned the mobile
unit x-ray post to accept a position -
as hospital x-ray technician -
in New Yoitic.

$ tioaeiuiw ./ae>ISOOOaaaomewa
: ., .rY
Want to Speak +sa

4 1: English? W

A new course in English for 1ri
foreign people will be added to -
the; evening adult program at :
M Booker T. Washington> High ,
School The fee will be $1.00 for
the entire course.
Persons interested in further
information call (Miss G. Bray- I
non at FR 3-1825. : t

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A trio of golfers in the fourth flight of Ray Mitchell's WHAT IS a 71_

Fifth Annual North-South Golf Tournament at Miami _

Springs County Club last week were Dr. Freddie Penn of 930 ?

Detroit, Dave Bondu of Miami, and James Balky of Mil- r1 kMIM
waukee. BraleY took second and Bondu third prize in the ..

fourth flight.-Adamsfoto. $* BRIAN DONLEVY


Richmond Heights accepting bids for a contract,sta- BUNCHE
tion to be operated. in Richmond
Post Office ClosesThe Heights.
Tel., NA 17322 WEDNESDAY
Invitations to bid by Interested ..
post office department announced parties should be obtained from SUN., MON., TUE9."Jamboree" ...the book
today the dosing of the Fred Reiter 115 main 11,1
room post t 1'' they said
Richmond Heights post office located office, Miami, Fla.
just two miles waft of with Fat Domino and 1 t could never
highway No. 1 in the vicinity of The contract is to fill the remainder The Count ,Basle! Band be filmed!
Penine, Fla. of the two year period .
ending June 30, 1958. Mr. Reiter Plul"HatEul .Ay.Q
The Richmond Heights post of- of Rain"
said that there bids will be received -
flee was established fax 1902 and until 10 am. March 10. with Don Murray
has been serving the people of Copies of the bids are posted at
that area since that time. Kendall, Perrine and Richmond
With the announcement of the Heights post offices. I
closing of the post office, actingPostmaster
Eugene M. Danlap of .Those needing further Information AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL
the Miami post office made known should phone Mr. Reiter at
today that his office would begin PR 9-5431, ext. 23.

_II_i 11 ... I BAT MIDNITE

Richmond Heights i MARCH 9 10 11
FlasheSl1 Marlon Brando and Tt1RISA 1ACK


--- OF THE

A TROT taCT income papers filled yet have a jJ AUGUST MOON"RITZ
Paul wrote so trallifQQr to the few days left. Our office has add- -r air P F.n11r 1r/1
PhilJppianis, "Finally brethren ed help to see that you ara serv ,
what soever things an true, whatsoever ed. However, rush your papersin -
things are honocafctat fvhat that we can get them out for
soever things are Just, what so you at 14601 Lincoln Boulevard,
ever things are pure, what eoerer phone CE 5-4246. STARTS THURSDAY
things are of good report; it there Shown only at 8:45
be any virtue, and It there be
any praise, think on these things". MARTIN ELEMENTARY THEATRE
.. Words, if carried oat to our dally final organizational meeting of JMRLOX BRI1IDO
lives will help us to bet? a true Richmond Heights Community NOW SHOWING
Lent.rhink: on these th1qs." Health Council will be held In AND AN EXQUISITE NEW
the school's library on Monday, MARCH 5thExposing IN
March 10 at 8 pm. This group JAPANESE
FUNERAL For weeks we will sponsor a great need In our ;
have noted the lHaeas .t Irery community. Let us cooperate. $AYOJlAU

Johnson in our coluaa.: Be died ATTEND CHURCH Every- The Secret Shame in a
at Veterans Hospital on bet Wed i
nesday morning. Funeral services where people are becoming more Woman's Heart I A"A,
There is
church conscious. a great .
:Br Wells .opa4
were conducted by ?
spiritual need for it. Please attend 1lsd btyos i TZCIt IIIfZf22t' yl
Church of God on Prow are. in ,
Coconut Grove by Data Funeral your church and become active "PEYTONPLACE" aMnuini l1CAttIIM'"..w +1r1Ull.
Home. Mr. Johnson ww a veteran in some part of It to the up PATtlCU Will MD HTTOH tlCJIPO ilOIUllll' MIRTH SCOTfillTOSHl '
building of souls. We have
and Air employed Lines for by 21 Fan yean.American ,Ke- the Baptist your meeting on the second I DUEII I Jim Will JumtmciM MilKO TAKA I w
and fourth Sundays with *"" settle fur If
only two yean while MODietiir !Jn
was away
the U. S. Ho was iiov. Ross, pastor; the AME -JOMIOGBI WiMicmiePEOSBORH
serving Navy Church meeting first and third GOETZ
Richmond Oven military Heights honor Post by which the Sundays with Rev. Jones, pastor. L. |.f WMMIMI*'lHB..till SETUP...*...*-
The Catholics meet in the school
excellent'in their operations. Recommended i
was for
cafetorlunv each Sunday.
lIe leaves to mourn Us pasting a "RMOYTA !
devoted wife, daughter: grandson, Adults Only
ersadnoother, two listen, an aunt
and a host of other relatives and The Ground Observer Corps is
friends. active and meets the second
Thursday night in each month at
He was buried In Paradise Memorial the Youth Center. They will meetat Starring Lana Turner
Cemetery, Richmond 8 pm. Sgt. Hubbtrd, of U. S.
Heights. The many commtmfcatfcns Air Force will conduct the movieof Lloyd Nolan .. uaa
and florals proved his respect Instructions. Each organizationIs ---
and love from his many asked to send representatives.The Arthur Kennedy ------...
friends. public Is Invited. Service
pins, wings are awarded for five Cln ma8cop Color
INCOME TAX Those'of you attendance. You are needed by
,who ba delayed In getting your your country to help.



THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"


Miami ,
< .
.. ..
\- t
By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDUI ':ftt Wit .
) :) ,
t : ; jA: r .,
IT 'WAS 'HERE, It's gone, and I Florence Pate-
everybody :lad a ball. The Ray I
I Mitchell Golf Tournament was a Sampson in
I huge success and after the days
of, play were over, people were Recital SundayMrs. a
; getting ready to leave and return Florence Pate-Sampson
their home
,.to dramatic of Detroit
soprano ,
r J-.,".,(" " '''- f ball"town. The(as "golf Mrs. Mich., will appear in recital at
< '" '\''"
i, I"' "' "' ,, auditorium Sunday,
Swing calls it
< ;. March 9 at 8 p.m.
Jh'" held in the
: l
Regarded as one of the most
Fiesta Room. At
versatile young people of the ..
!,,_' ,,,14 this time the late "forties," Mrs. Sampson L
trophies werepresented '"' (
comes highly'rocommended ;
: by Nat as an 1
artist of
note. She has made out- :
King Cole. Nextyear's
standing accomplishments in
I golf tour- music, the drama, painting and
I "'L' ney promises to sculpture.Mrs. .
,. be even bigger
\ .
and Sampson: \ a school teacher i
better. is the daughter of Mr. and .
Mrs. William Pate, 6831 NW

LANGFORD' GETS BUSTED!! 13th- ave. Her husband, Leroy Y. ; + ,
Officer Archie Lsmgford will walk "rtv son is pianist and accompanist

down the aisle to Join the suckers' _._ _._ _.._._ _. _._ ._.
---' ---- -"-- -'------ -- -- -----------
club. Yours truly will be the best ner appearance here will be a
man. Oh, the date is March 18 . 'eneflt performance for the Sunshine District 10 delegates (Dade, Broward, 271 but more than 600 persons attended
Personalities in town: Ed Small Convalescent Home building Monroe) at the 31st Annual Session of the
and his beautiful wife Roy fund.Public. Florida Congress of Colored Parents and the meeting where a, man was elected I

Slim Branker Hall., Rose Curt Harmon Hardaway and his Teachers, which met at Palatka Feb. 28 president of the organization for the first
and Program"Wake '
notes and Satchel Paige . Policeman Dade County"" to March 1. Registered delegates number. time. (Story on page 10.)
of the week: Officer up come
Amos Roundtree. Pretty Girl of see and hear Rev. E. T. Graham, "
;frank Legree and Baldwin
The Week Hep- ,
: Ruth Peeples. Sharp
burn, Sunday, March 16 at 3 Personal Mention
Cat of the Week Futch WHERE IS
: Wally o'clock: at Bethune Elementary MODERN AS : .
Bartender of the Week Benny .
Harvey School 2900 NW 43rd Terr., Rev. and Mrs. O E Turner \I
sponsored by_ the Brownsville | TOMORROWFRESH celebrated their 21st anniversary :. :

improvement Association.Blanche AS TODAY Saturday, March 1. For the occasion 930
THE SHOW at the Palms this their daughters, Christineand
week should be a dilly. AI Nibbler Aurora were home from Be ,
and Cris Columbo are appearing, BETTER thune-Cookman accompanied by --- --

and you'd better believe it Chris class mate, Virginia Sampson, of
has the swingest band in the Calloway Daytona Beach. Non
>Surgtel,, Treatment
land. Chickie Horne and Vanilla
Williams are also on the bill . Wt Mr. Presents
Jimmy Springs, former Red Cap, Proudly Tuskegee, Ala, arrived in the city (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids)
fell in the pool while Juiced at during the week on a two weeks
the Sir John and had to be rescued A STARSTUDDED v y vacation. !tMr. Glenn former DR. LONG'S CLINIC
. With the opening of the Mtemian, has !been employed in 21 8.W. 18th AVI.
Charmayne Modeling School, located REVUEAT with HolsumQWITCU the Tuskegee area for several Phone FR I.2744
at 160 NW 7th st., seems years, having chosen Alabama os
that quite a: few ladies are going THE POPULAR his home immediately (after his Add Lift to Yoar
to the classes in order to learn graduation from the plumbing and Years to Life
modeling. And the pay is good in department of the Institution.
that field. Any lady interested REDUCESptclal
should contact' Miss Althea Jonesat JIMJAM The lIon. Clarence A. Bain, Medication
the school. You can call FR Mll.A, and Bruce Brennan, business -
9-2850. man of Nassau, passed thru
the city Wednesday enroute homo .
to Nassau after a brief business Kit* HAW MM*
NOTICE., to all. organizations trip to New York City. \
From here on, if anyone) gives a OINS .cK
dance in the Fiesta Room no S .e res. /*m sew "
Know Her ? ?
bottles will be allowed on the
premises. Iflowever, bottles will Anyone knowing the where-
be sold at moderate prices <. abouts of Mary Monroe (maiden **!lr MlrMfM..rMl.a.M I& i
Once again, Mn. Bondu has decided nom) daughter of Adalln and =,
to sell our house. Course, CLUB v r George Monroe of Jacksonville

between you and me, I'm not fer Florida, please contact by mall, Yils 1
it. However, $1,500 down is all it Mrs Jesttne Johnson, 1784 Am.
takes to move in and take overa sterdam Ave., New York 31, NY.
1900 N.W. 75th St.
real nice little house with two
bedrooms: -with a big yard. We're I
at 2485 NW Mth terrace, and you Phone PL 9.8651 I
can see it anytime after :9 p.m.


for putting on a summer' golf
tournament, and with the help of 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
the local merchants, it should
bring a lot of business into the
town. More details about this a
little later on . During the four M. C. THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
days of play in the Ray Mitchell
North-South Tourney, I had the And Featuring .
of teeing off with Dr.
Freddie Penn of Detroit, Joe ANDRE WILLIAMSStar '
Howard of New York who quit of "Jail Bait" 0 Fresh Meat Low PricesYour

because of illness, and James VICKIE COPEZ
Bracy of Milwaukee. Mr. Bracy Swivel-hip Shake Dancer
won 2nd prize of the fourth night
and I STOLE 3rd prize of the MARY CLARK
fourth flight., And strictly between Sexy Nassau Mama ...u, an.uu. (4 .i
us,. I'M just. as surprised MAUREEN DUVALLIER /,4. II/I/ ,-

as you are.GOLF Calypso Mama Cleaned Oiled
Watch Adjusted, I

GILBERT' NELSON Guaranteed ...............................,.. $4.75
Roma-ntlo Baritone to Holsum

CHAMP Teddy Rhodes Late Records ......'................. 4 for $1.00
has loft Miami for Nashville THUR., FRI., SAT., SUN. -the Premium
Tenn. . Woo is the pretty little Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio !

hue that's been awih the Jer- ADMISSION 50 CENTS Quality Bread-at no ) Y Guaranteed Watches ........ from $8.95
Olds? The the
extra cost
sey tag? Sewn that most of the DAVID JEWELERS

boys are curious . Deputy Show Time' : better flavor makes
Sheriff Amos Jenkins walked 10:30 p.m. and 1 a.m. 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522

aU with the 2nd prize in the third Sat. 3 Show the world's best tasting .
flight of the tourney, while Al 10:30 1:00 and 3:00Alw.y. f
Mitchell walked off with the 3rd sandwiches. ..
prize in that Cight. They had a surprise' guest artists at
tie and flipped a coin to lee who "lat show Saturday evening AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
would. get which trophy ..Starting SERVE IT WITH
this Monday Mrs. Ann Lindsay TUESDAY NITE ($10,000 $20,000.55,000) To conform with

will start playing golf, so is Florida Law < d
Carlos Clark. Mrs. Bondu it dying Amateur Show HolsumBread

to go out again, but here Music by AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR
comes the old pitch. about not
being able to play but one day a Carlos Bermuffez TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED d
week. She works tha ONE DAY. ,
She loves the game, and has used And HI Orchestra 'i'
her clubs only since being. In Miami : O HOUUM IHTED IAJ&t SERVICE FIRST ,Inc.
(Xmas holiday) Up to this VV. cater to private prtleef' .r ,
point it makes no difference if ...dsn11'"'*. efuht, churehet/wed* 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 95234Around !
. dingo, dance,. eta ,
:you play golf or not you can Drive
still Live Life, every golden minute Carefully!

of it. Peace. ,
w ,,

... .

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PAGE 4 MARCH 8, 1958 .... - ..... ...... .... -- ..

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My, what a !
Some of them
Many people
some place when
reach their Lf
-The TI... Are CkM... Aad Vfe Arc Chanced With Them" cause an
somebody's death
Oft).. .t 1111 If.W. Third .A....., Miami Florid*-Telephone FB .-.!!. your own.
i Plans .. .T4. .. W. lth Ae.. -Telepboee PL ...11. maintain the
you might live
.tered 4 es 1*...* CUM *atl.r, .a...,. 1. 1117 at the Poet Offt<* as 4''' ._ '
KI.... VtoHA _'er She act of March S, 1414 Curtis Adams _
Member ef the .....**.! Newipeper PoblUhere .orl.tlo. Ave., Coconut : ,'
He- er .* UM Ae.e Uted Ntrre PreMH. ed in an auto t wM ,, iNd ) of KY
ave. and 41st
m. BIQUHtmn RERVK8. Editor afternoon and ?? t > 4 1t sy 3r
GARTH o. BBBTB*. Aeeeelete Editor and B....... MaaecerVMOBIPTION night at Jackson

.It TBAX ea." MX .0)(1'01'1.1'' BATEIOMB THREE MONTHS 41.It The Rev. G
a and Mrs. Bullock
"CBBDO OV' THE NEGRO PREA$" stilt against the
THB NEGRO rBK8 -.ftetleee that America can beet Iced. the world Tours Inc., of
tc.. racial and .......l a mtf_.t.m* when It accord to every man r*.ardteee in connection
et race, eeler er ereee.Me ..... ad legal right. listing no mar. a bus while on a
lag re free etrfree te help every maa la the firm belief that
an ... are hart a. Nag MI ws;'. U fceld hart fused to move
I and a White man I
j&ultod .them }
York but 1
HOLDER OF THE KEY eral District 1I I
see. The case

Will the currpot decline in business continue? Or March Fr. Bullock 17.' is
will it level off? Or will ta new upward surge set in? I the Episcopal I
Melba Patillo, one of the 'arshlp fund of the group. With
To a very great extent, the answers ,to these and i Mayor Robert students of Little! Rock ac- tfiss! Patillo U her mother, a
other such questions will be found in the state of retail ing right down a citation for herself and school teacher in Little Rock.: Mint
trade during the auomtha, ahead. bolita fight On the other students in Little Patillo is a bright young woman,
introduced an for their : haviai ma.'nt.incd! a high aver-
pioneer service!
This, in effect, was what Professor Malcolm T. Mc- would send all () age in her academic work' in elementary -
Nair, the disttnguiahed Harvard University of bolita ( integration. The citation as well as In high schooL
authority on awrdcd by Zeta Phi Beta She is interested in danc-
retailing, told the reeen& convention of the National Retail A check for $500.00 ing and is active in community
Merchants Association. In his words: "The consumer also given toward the schol- 'I activities.
holds the key not only to the fortunes of retail business in has In hired Chicago a fund the I

1958, but in a larger sense /to/ the fortunes of the total to successfully
economy." lenge of its
gram. The board
This view has become a generally held one. The week approved r4yA
heavy stress used to be laid upon production figures. But Miss Bettie
consumption figures are equally the league's fund
important, and some ties and .
think they are more Important. it's obvious that produc- new and
tion in any line can't hold up long unless people buy the j techniques.
goods. So the volume of retail trade directly determines
what goes on in the factories.

Retailers know that competition will be tough this! a
year. They know that consumers are doing more shopping IN Hotel'I

around and more planning before buying. Every FIGHT
merchant will do all he dam to offer the most\ attractive inducements d'
and the best buys possible., And, it is good to WASHINGTON! tAr; '

report, most retail spokesmen seem reasonably optimistic Court_.Monday:
about the sales prospects. au anu-raciaj
cision which
result in closing ..
..n rural Prince
Pa Gov. George becomes the first in the nation to
ARE YOU FIT TO DRIVE? The decision (second from left is use such an installation central
You hare timore by the U. discussing plans for a ly for the benefit of all its
may a good driving safety record and feel cuit Court of Electronic Computer for agencies and departments," Gov.
you are in excellent health. Even so, there are circum- U. S. District I Commonwealth of Pennsyl- Leader announced, The Univac
stances under which you're not fit, to drive. Hutchcson of with C. UJell Turpin man- electronic computer leased from
deadline for special sales, Remington Remington Rand Division of
That finding comes from the American Medical As- jchool officials to Co. in his chambers in the Sperry Rand Corporation to the
sociation, and is elaborated in a new pamphlet. Here are mt the Supreme Capitol. Looking on is Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
some of the things tnt make a driver dangerous. public school of property W. Bradley and, left, secre will be used solely for the purpose .
cision. supplies and of processing the State pay
Emotional upsets. If canU mind John Ferguson secretary of roll
you / keep your on the for the Common- The
wheel and off your worries<< you shouldn't be behind the ing System is Electronic Compute
wheel. expected to be in
i sDriver's v dttrV: : of Property and operation by the summer of 1958
BROWNS Bradley will be respon- and its major assignment
attitude. Some drivers feel l that the other for the Univac operation in to process the entire State will be
fellow is always wrong; some are aggressive and intoler- lLA YMA I of Pennsylvania which roll, Mr. Bradley said. pay.
ant. They need to grow up-to become mature. Continued

Sleepiness. Dozing is not restricted to night driving. Tones the -
On long trips the driver should rest every two hours and 'ice late Tuesday

drink coffee or cola to stay alert. ted"I drowning got blamed Th

Medicines. Some medicines, including sedatives, not do and she
ause of the
tranquilizers, cold tablets, etc., may dull reflexes or impair Jones said NOW ASSEMBLED FOR PUBLIC VIIWINO
co-ordination. Stimulants may make a person ner- 7-year-old Louis
vous. Consult your doctor about!: the side effect of drugs. Sunday reneged because on a FOR THE FIRST TIME

Qther hazards listed in the AMA pamphlet include to go roller ; ARMY AND AIR FORCE
faulty vision, certain nerve and heart disorders, diabetes, Because of his
old age-and, of course, drinking. All of these conditionscan held as a juvenile
result in i Children's Court Guided Missiles
special require preventive mea 14. He is a Negro,
sures. It's a case where knowing ourselves and acting accordingly vhose body was

carnage. could produce a heartening drop in highway June. DON'T .

WHITE GIRLSUSPENDED Irish was the first White pupil THE 6TH BOMARC a FALCON
expelled from the troubleriddenschool. MONSTER NIKE BATTERY

Jet Engines Solar Engines Space Platform

The board declined to say why F84F Svpertomc Fighlr.Bomb.rAnd
IN LITTLE ROCK she 'was ousted. She was suspend OF TH more than 200 exhibits by to MvilrM,
ed Feb. 17 in connection with a DADE and manufacturing Wader, of South Florida I
LITTLE; ROOK Ark. The display of cards saying "one
Llttte Rock School Bard last I dwu--egbt( to go" after the expulsion GREATER MIAMI INDUSTRIAL
week expelled a Wfcto girl fromIntegra1.ed of Mlnniejean Brown EXPOSITIONDINNER
Central I.tldi Srfw l one of the nine Negroes who entered Sun. April
for the remainder of the term. Central High last September I KEY AUDITORIUM
Her father ImmedJaUiy amue4 under the guard of federal March 7th thru 16th 2:30.10:30 PM Daily
school officials of pew c tto f her. troops. ATCLUB ADMISSION

SammIe Dean Pwfctr. 1C, Several other White students FREESATURDAY
petite blonde who ***"flffwrad to have been suspended in racial in- Sir John
several racial Incidents at Central cidents.

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THE MIAMI TIMES Tho J'eoplee' Newspaper! ,

Dodgers Open Spring Games SaturdayPLAY I SATURDAY MARCH 8> 1958 .\ . PAGE. ,..', S

WORLD ..... W"I..M .. ... -" Chatter BoxWell
CHAMPIONSMONDAY Sunlight! Life Predicts AU-Negro. '

Seein', Stars
Top of the Spring to all of my

..-.....-.. -.0"---- ... wonderful readers, this and Is bring-yours All-American Team
truly coming to you Cage
Baselball will usher in a n e, w wonders around
season in Miami Stadium this Diahann Carroll seems to be ing you all the
Saturday; night when the Los blossoming all the time, and shehas Sunlight. -

\ Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers a definite style of her own. Last week we had a very distinguished New York, March 5- The possibility year will see a unique All-
I delphia Phillies meet in the first However, there's one little man- guest IIInd honorary of the first all-Negro All- America: Every person on it
, spring exhibition game of the. nerism of Tiers we don't quite go member of the school, Father J. I American basketball team is would -be a Negro/
1958 season and the first actual along with a sort of bobbing E. Culmer. Brief talk was most' suggested by Life Magazine this Inaction
appearance of the former Brook 'her nedk back and forth and inspiring. I'm sure all the students' week., According to an article 'in The other players. as shown
lyn Dodgers in a game as the Los whereas she does it petitely andrhythmically are looking forward to seeing him the March 10( issue, there are five in Life:
Aigeles Dodgers. The Dodgersand It's not too attractive again soon. Negro college players .'whosetal-
Boozer Kansas State.
we're Bob ,
PhilKes! ) also play and too '
Sunday ents are too great con-
Dtehann now hasa Instructor Mrs. L. A. Playmakcr of the country's number -
,afternoon. happy to say Our spiclous to be by-passed."
I chance to dress for her song Julius was out a few days with one team.
The Dodgers have scheduled 11 -that Is costumes to dePict much better now. this
( wear a cold, but Is In choosing year's teams. """
) games for Miami Stadium meet- the mood and title and We are glad you are up and Life says, "the selectors automatically "EtQin Baylor, Seattle Univer-
[ fag the Falls) MihvauGcee Braves irs refreshing rathe' than the about again. start out with Oscar Rob- sity, currently locked in a battle
I and then all tour first division same' sort of attire all the time. ertson" of the University of Cin with Robertson for national scoretna
:\ clubs from the American League Mrs. Ceasor also an instructor, cinnati. "Most coaches say the : honors.
,i Chicago White Sox, Boston Red Now York Is prepared for a has been very busy traveling 19-year-old sophomore is worth
; Sox, Detroit Tigers and their old grand and gala time on the open- from Miami to New York due to two or three ordinary players Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas Un-
crosstown rivals from the Bronx, ing of "The Mark of The Hawk" Illness. She is now back with us. it takes that many to guard him iversity. All-American last year..
I'' the New York Yankees. -color and supersccp( film starring We hope all's well now. and even then he gets loose to Life calls him "even more effective :
,'I Sidney Pouter, Earths Kltt. this season with a' weaker
" Many big name stars will beI and Juano Hernandez. Hernan A few students enrolled the score. team"
seen in action during this series dez leaves his Island home and past week. Welcome to Sunlight Oscar Robertson is called "not
.l in :Miami Stadium among them acting studio where he's doing ladies. the only sure-fire' choice for All- Guy Rogers Temple University. '

I, Duke Snider, Pee Wee Reese, Gil big biz teaching amateurs to The juniors are wishing all the America honors. On the basis of The only scorer in the group,'
Hodges, Hank Aaron, Eddie do guest appearances in New seniors much luck on their coming performance over the past seasonis whose speed agility and ingenious
Mathews. Lew Burdette, last York and Detroit to boost the examination March 13. it possible and many coaches ball handling make up for hi.
year's world series hero Warren film. He begins by appearing in think it very probable that this lack of height lie's only six feet.
Spahn, RoWa Roberts, Curt Simmons the lobby of the Paramount See you next week.
i Jack Sanford, Ted Williams Theatre on opening day to greet Mary Smith, reporter

Mickey Mantle: Yogi Ber- fans. For Tasty, Home-Cooked Mcala-Eat AtBuster's
ra, Billy Pierce, Sherm Lollar, Al I
En-kine pulled a pro-
I Kaline Billy Martin
fessional boo-boo when he stated WHAT IS
Kuenn, Whhey Ford, 'Hank Dauer.and Kitchen
others. that the situation of segregationIs
Just one that "comes natural-
PLAY YANKEES RED BOX ly" with most people. He went on 930 ? in Baker's Famous Corner
Following the Phillies the to imply on the TV interviewthat
Dodgers meet the World's ChamI solving the problem will
pion Milwaukee Braves in two I be slow as most people are too Buster Collie), Prop

t night: games, Monday end Tuesday user to It to change. And from
1 March 10 and 11. And then, his attitude, we wondered if he Specializing in Souse, Peas and Rice and Boiled Fifth..
the American League's first division was numbered among them.

teams move in to complete The "Long Hot Summer" will 6901 N.W. 15th Ave. Liberty City
the Dodger schedule In Miami
be the next to create a small
Stadium. The Chicago White Sox, turmoil here as the picture which

1 Boston Red Sox Detroit Tigers stars Paul Newman, Joanne i sa l t.Mi...*Mt JlJI st>>> ,.,.,."..... ____ NlJI
and New York Yankees all will
Woodard and Orson Welles was .reretvrs+aasttr
meet the Bums before the Los La. SHOP AT
i shot right in Baton Rouge, ,
Angeles team checks out to wind
and carries some Important racial -
its way to its new home in Los
scenes. Baton Rouge, we re- Barkley's Cut Rate
Angeles. meanlber' is also the location for
last year's film with Clark Gable,
Admission prices are: Box seats
$2.50( ; reserved seats, $2.00, end "Bnnd: of Angels" In which Ca- Good Reading WHERE QUALITY LIES
rolle Drake Faulkner (the new
$1.25$1.50;; bleachers, $1.00(grandstand Children's, Mrs. Billy Eckstlnc) made her for theWhole 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.2376

admission box seats $1.75 de4>u t.We.
: reserved
seats and 75 cents meant to comment on the Family
$1.25 ,
unreserved grandstand, and life story drama of Mary Mc- Gifts, Cards, Dolls and Gifts of all Kind

bleachers, 50 cents. Leod Bethune recently on TV Pokona Seta ........ 1.40 2.98 Drossar Sets 6.19 to 12.08
it was a great! inspiration and reminder

<:, Tickets are on sale at North's to us of her struggles. News Facts Mtn'i Handkerchiefs Box .......... .98 Silent Cologne Night Set .... 1.26 3.69 '
Travel Bureau, 1104( NW 3rd
-- Electric Iron .... 3.08 9.95 Old. Spice Cologne
ave., and Miami stadium. Waste Basket ............/N 69 end Lanolin .............? 1.00
*";ht games will begin at 8:30: WHERE IS Family Features Winter U Approaching Evening In Paris
and day games at 230.: All Sun- Medicine alto ................ 1.00 3.98
day games will be played in the -------------- Scott's Emulsion .98 1,79 Comb and Brush
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I your Inctoeetf find my chrt ermoney Yaramln Tab ............ 2.98 Evening In Parts
order. I year 4110 Klng'e Men' Set ........ 2.10 Stick Deodorant, 2 for $1 j
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At BTW GymThe
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J one ..... We Deliver Call FR 3-9458 or FR 4-2376 j jJM
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gonal Basketball Tournament
be played at the Booker T Washington -
High School Gym on this SECURITY
Friday and Saturday March 7 end I Attention: Now Reopening

8.Participating teams Include: Central Life Insurance Co. I MADAM FARRAN

Carver Northwestern end Booker -
: Miami Wonder Lady
T. Washington of Miami, Dil-
lard of Ft. Lauderdale, Attucks Your Friendly Company Nationally Known! Flighty! Recommended!
of D.nla Blanche! Ely of Pom-
pano and Roosevelt of West Palm *

The actual tournament play will ADVISOR BORN WITH POWER
begin! at 6:30: Friday evenln I ,
when (Blanche Ely will meet At- .i I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU
and Educational Endowment
will take on 20 Year Payment Ute ,
tucks. Dillard I Remember I am a TRUE READER
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evening end Booker T. Washington Life & 20 Year Endowment
Roosevelt at
will 65 15 Year Endowment
Endowment at Age
Friday night. YOUR LUCKY
t On Saturday afternoon the Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life Licensed by State and County
seml-flnal! same will be played. Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Ufa
will take on Tells and everything yau wish to know without Hk
at 2 o'clock Carver 9.0 Payment Ufe you any
Health Hospitalization .f Mends and enomles.
the winner of Ing any qttootlona Gives yea nanta
game and at 3:40: Saturday afternoon Home Office Gives true and never falling a4vlaa an all affair af life. If

the winner of the BookerT. worried, troubled or In' doubt ...... thla psychto. a* onto. I

will. Washington-Roosevelt meet the winner of th game Dil-' 1416 North Boulevard, Tampa Fla.Branch do not call at your homo.

lard orthwestern game.A DON'T BE DISCOURAGED if you have failed to find help

7 o'clock Saturday night, thetwo Offices I do what ethtrt claim to do.. None In Trouble Turned Away
losers In the: emi-nnals wi: DRADBNTON OCALA COME WITH OR WITHOUT MONEY. Privets and CoA.idontltt:

meet In the consolation ame and DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO Readings. My studio Is on the. aoraar No tide doors. No backdoors

after, will the meet winners in the in the finals.semifinals FT. LAUDERDALE .r i PANAMA PENSACOLAJACKSONVILLE CITY Avoid waiting. Ph.". NE 4.3217 for, appointment.

Admission Friday evening; FT. PIERCE '"" ST. PETERSBURG 4500 N.W. 27th Are., Corner 45th St.

students 60 cents and adults 73ccais. 1 Block north of Booker Torrac. Bwa It IS Every 8 minutes
Saturday afternoon, students LAKELAND
35 cents and adults 59 cents WEST PALM 8CACH

and Saturday nifM, students SO
cents and adults 73 cents.A TIME TO' INSURE IS NOW Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results

dneewill follow the flail ..." ..
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"

!iness in operation The wave of the analysis of what they took
SEARCH FOR panic began at a weekend ,party back to the police department, it
where six alone have died as a was not poisonous. Therefore the
KILLER 'SHINE result. One apartment, when searchcontl nues.
Along Freedom's Road STILL WIDENSNew raided had three rooms, all of East Harlem, which houses
them used for distii.a sg. li b-:- Huostly Puerto Ricans, has become
longed to Roberta Garland, 45, heavily policed. Two Puerto RIcans -
By RUTH PERRYA York City (CNS) who told police she was on relief were arrested for owning a
Because new deaths have made but distilled the whiskey to make, hand-made distillery, one held In
the toll 20 so far, police and detectives extra money. She sold 5 gallon $10,000 bail One Negro has been
friend Theodore R. '
'friend cause ,
few days ago a my are swarming the neighborhood containers for $45 each arrested in that
lineup Willett
of ours came to call on Mr. Perry Gibson, by his action, wiped out
bordering Harlem and
Arrested with Miss Garland Clark, (01, who was found withhomemade
of the
ITe especially, the pain Thursday morn-
myself. came: .
East Harlem in an effort to discover -
in his home
was Henry Newlbold liquor
I think to shake my hand and ing indignity. It was right and a 40yearold ,
who is wood alcohol
distilling hidden -in He is
handyman who aided her in a jug. being heldin
it been tough fitting that this should har::
tell me that had /;pen,
''at home which has bail
the distillery. Police poured mostof $250 on a eh.Arge of pos-
that he glad I had because it symbolizes what we
but was
going, the deaths bv of
poison. Agents
; the liquor down drains but on ession of illicit alcohol.:
done what I did. His name is are fighting for in the NAACP. the! Alcohol Tax Division' of the
Tommy Mitchell, and while he
Treasury Dept. have joined the
will stay to anyone who might search door-to-door as the death --
ask him, that hj can't say the NAACP toll rises with five more in critical -
things he wants to or talk flu- condition.On .
ently abcut things in the way he Becuse I write of my other from dying victim
a tip a ,
would liko, yet Mr. Mitchell by friends and co-workers the the police have centered on one
Rev. Graham, Atty. Graves and
his sincerity and forthrightness is
area, but there is believed to be
a very eloquent man. He is a valiant Mrs Vcrnell Albury, together, it' than illegitimate bus-
and staunch upholder of the does not mean that less honor is more one I r1r1"J
democratic rl,"+hts of everyone. He accorded them. There is not
was born ift Canada and became enough' space for me to tell
a naturalized citizen some years everything I would like to say Malloy and Millerin ;
ago. about these three. I can say, ..
though that the Miami area is Joint RecitalMrs.
BROTHERS AND S18TERE the richer for having these people

Mr. Mitchell loves Americaand live here, because these three in Josephine Manor, mezzo ia t
democracy, and if he could their own way stood on principle soprano, and C. C. Miller, dra-
say the things he moans, these for something in which they be- matic (baritone, will appear in 'a.
words would be his feeling about lieved. What more can any real joint recital on Monday evening
democracy. ."! Just oanU see It man or woman do? March 17 at 8:15: at the James E.
any other way, MBS. Perry, I'm Scott Homes Auditorium! 7200' NW Dignified Living at its Best
not much of Those of us who made our. /Mrs JMr'R'nrd
a religious man butI 22nd ave. Gladys
know this .... God meant us to stand the way we did, did so on will be at the piano and Elliott CAROL ANN APARTMENTS
be brother and sisters. He put principle. There is nothing wrong J. Pieze will serve as master of 14100 N.W. 24th Court Opa Locks, Fla.
us all in the world, didn't he?" with the NAACP, nothing sub- ceremonies.Mrs. FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
versive about it, nor do any of
And be have Malloy, a former memberof Bedrooms Near Kwlk Chek Busies
would continue, "nowI us anything to hide :from 1 Bedroom and 2
know aU people aren't the anyone. This is not the point. the talented choir of Shilo Tile Baths Showers Playgrounds
same. Some are bad, but most are There comes a time in each of our Baptist Church of Jacksonville, BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY
good. All lives when under the direction of the renowned -
this talk about what we must make a
Prof. Sykes, also received Phone MU 8-0617 Agent on Premises
church you go to, or where you stand for what we believe. If we
came from, or what color your don't, then what we are fighting special training .from Prof. Or Call Downtown Office: FR 38416
skin is, seems foolish to me. We for becomes a mockery. All of us Linton_ Berricn, (formerly IMIamh -
have all got to live on this earth, who did what we did, acted in %, She Is now a member ofo'r
r. No. 1 Mt.
havent we? It seems pretty silly this way because of our belief if we can't learn to do It In a the principles and guarantees set
peaceful, civilized way. Then forth in the Constitution of the .Mr. Miller is a member of choir SEE THE
Tommy Mitchell would ask this United States. If these things are No. 2 of Mt. Zion Baptist. Church,
question: "We're all human, not valid, then the promise of Prof. I*. Leo Jenkins, director. WORLD'SGREATEST
aren't we? Then we should try America and the democratic way Admission is $1.00 and ticketsare
p to act human and get to understand of life is an empty dream. All of on sale at Miller's Cleaners,
each other" us have faKh that our stand will 814 (NW 3rd ave., 'and (by membersof
be Justified. the sponsoring group. Harris
FLORIDA LEGISLATIVE Chapter (No. 160 Order of East
INVESTIGATION COMMITTEEThe ern Star. The public is invitedto COLORED ,
past few days have not an evening of fine musical en-
been easy days for any of us, and Bethel's Ushers to tertainment.J. PSYCHICREADER"
events and emotions are still too
close to me to write easily aboutit. '
It seems a peculiar thing thata Hold Annual Tea B. SMITH
day like Thursday, Feb. 27
could be about the hardest day I Ushers (Board iNo. 4 of Greater ELECTRICSERVICE
ever lived through, and by the Bethel AME Church, is presenting F
same token it was one of the \ its 8th annual tea, on this PROF.
most wonderful days I ever ex- Sunday, March 9 from 4 to 7 p.m. ., 1Yy
perienced. at the palatial' home of Mr. and Electrical Contractor

I could not be in the Hearingroom Mrs. Walter Smith, 2236 NW 74th
street in (Liberty City. .Mrs Mal- HOUSEWIRING
when Father Theodore R.
Gibson 'ie Hunter, a well known member "Don' HUNTER
had his say about democracy t cuss Call us"
as it is practiced in of the faculty of Douglas Ele- I
Florida. But I did the next best mnetary School, will be the prin- PHONE NE 5.3058 PROF. HUNTER
thing. I watched television and cipal speaker on the program of' Night or Day
saw him, a Negro minister, come the !
to the witness stand to defend i'ally invited. place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the
the integrity and good faith of 0/1 - - "- .,
veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,
his co-worker in the NAACP
and tell of his faith In the democratic -, and advance forward by the help of God under the

process and chow his leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of ex*

righteous wrath tha the American FIRST IN COCONUT GROVE perience in spiritualist and occult science. Make your

for all way men of life and was women not the, Negro same home happy. He will show you how to bypass your

enemies and the things that life demands for
and Wbitc.THEODORE. get you.


I saw his eloquent face, .
lighted with moral Indignation
and courage, I could weep the t
tears I had wanted to shed earlier -
that day when I was sitting A! 3 3a
in the witness stand myself. But
they were good tears I wept, be- ;ii

I .
ELECTRIC \\ k "" ,"
If you happen to see aI..k", *" JIi: 4to ,
Call me, don't wait until GAS iti \t ..';... ,1,' .

next week. Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio on

When next week roll Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallandale, Fla. on

around, the north side of the road, 1 mile east of 7th are.

The rain will come down. Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of three

And when the rain coma NO DEPOSITS story building Office Is in the duplex in the front of
down, the building.

I can't mike a 411",.. He has fifty times more power than any other
medium. You will find him far advanced in know*
Request you asve time* MOVE RIGHT IN

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Phone PL 4-7032 Douglas
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EASTER SEALS MAILED Proceeds from the annual EaS-j THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peopled Newspaper"
ter Seal Sale are used to ,PACE 7
Envelopes! of Easter Seals April 6. Mrs. R. M. Jenkins is necessary treatment and services SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1958
'(250,000) are in the mail this general chairman of the 1958 Seal for those unable to pay. Minimum :I
week to Dade Countians, asking Sale. cost per treatment is $3.90.In I
their support og the work of the Frank O. Pruitt Jr., presidentof an annual report, just issued, Rehabilitation Center at 1475 NW Easter Seal Society. Physical, occupational
Society for Crippled Children and the Easter Seal Society, appealed the Crippled Children's Society and gpecch therapy<< are
adults. to Dade County residents record reveals that almost nine 14th ave. in the past year. provided as well as vocational
I The annual Easter Seal Sale and businesses to respond gen- hundred handicapped patientswere Handicapped persons regardless ixploration, social service work
I opens! today (March '6) and continues I erously and promptly to the given by trained personnelat of race, creed, color or financla ,nd recreation activities, suited. I
through Easter Sunday, Easter Seal a peal. the Barter Seal Society's New circumstances are served by the vO the handicapped.
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360 N.W. 14th TerracetDethany's Rev. H. M. Salmon, pastor L. A. Thompson,pastor

Women Day program Services! at Metropolitan are The annual spring, contest between -

II climaxed Sunday night with an expected tobe high both, spiritually , the men and women of
the Temple is moving into high gear.
address and morally throughout
inspiring by our own
dynamic speaker, !Mrs. Mallle day ,beginning with Sunday Both groups have organized,, and
Hunter, teacher of Douglas Ele- School. A very outstanding topic are ready to do business in a, big
mentary School. Many thanks: to "The Church Confronts Society," way. Duringthe ,past four years
our friends and well wishers to (dealing with temperance) will the women have run away with
the tune of $1,108.84, !which will be discussed during the lesson the palms of victory and have always
be used for a fence around the ',period. I had things going their way.
Bethany Jr. Academy with a few During the morning worshipthe : The men say they are determinedto
other essentials at the school. We pastor will speak from a selected put a full stop to that this

,x. sincerely thank everyone who topic, that is sure to car- .year. The third Sunday in April
helped. Space will not allow us ry the usual spiritual enrichment. will tell the tale.
to mention each name, however, Music will !be rendered by the Sunday services will be as
we briefly mention Eome who Teen-age Choir throughout the usual. The Pulpit Aid (Board will

f went the _2nd mile_ :in various sponsor an Age Rally Sunday at
programs. Mrs. Ella C. Clark, day.At 3:30 p.m. a musical program 3:30 p.m. The public invited..
Miami Master Singers, Elders E.! will be presented at the churchby The Willing Workers' Club will

D. Richardson, C. P. Brown, J. H. the Teen-age, Choir. Other sponsorThe Sunday afternoon,
Wilson with their congregations, choirs will 'be present to' place will be an

: .. . Brownsville. Mrs. Mable D. participate on the (program. Many nounced.
:= Thompson, Neal Adams, Baldwin favorite spirituals will !be ren- Parents are asked to cooperate

THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Hepburn, Jeremiah Dorsett, dered. You /will miss Homestead. The musicale Calva- program If you fail to attend. teachers in sending the children

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1958 cade with Daniel Francis at the More of the same spiritual to rehearsal for the Easter Exercises -
helm was a success. Mrs. Harolean richness is in store for us when and all choristers are urg-
'- S. Storr's remarkable voice' pave the pastor will again deliver one ed to attend their weekly rehear-

MEMORIAL AME EBENEZER METHODISTRev. life and 'beauty to the occasion. of his (powerful messages. The
MARTIN Violinist John Dillard !was great. public is always invited to wore sal.GREATER

Richmond HeightsRev. < A. D. Hall, pastor Special appreciation and thanks ship 'With us. NEW BETHELMrs.
Albert Jones pastor Ernestine Hanbrick, reporter to-Philpitts Music Store for loan- ,We would like to remind all of

Wilma M. Harris, ,reporter: Services were as usual on Sun- Ing a beautiful piano for themusicale. the members of the Family Rally R. Conley, clerk
that /will terminate on the fourth Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor
Sunday was a high holy: day. day with Sunday School begin-
The Holy Spirit was 'overy present ; ning at 9:30: a.m. which was The educational forum "''De- Sunday. !Remember, have all of Sunday School was opened at
tour Delinquency Ahead" your (friends join your family and 9:30 with Deacon Burnice
The scripture lesson for the largely attended. Parents you are was a : am.
morning service was taken: from urged to send or bring; your childto program !which should arouse parents make the rally a grand success. King ''presiding. The lesson was,
St. (Matthew the 27th chapter Sunday School as this is the and guardians to action. "One in Christ.. Class No. .4 won

Our pastor also took his text from most Important part of the church.It Panel guests were principal THE INCARNATIONFr. the attendance banner and Class
Grace D. Albert, Elder Fred No. 8 won the offering banner.
the same chapter, end preached Is the foundation. Mrs. Ida E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar i I
a heart warming sermon. Ratcllffe snake briefly on this Parker, Ft. Fauderdale; !Mrs. A. Veronica The prayer service was con-
Russele, Prof. C. R. Matthews. O'Berry, reporter ducted by Deacons William and
Holy Communion was administered matter and urges you to come out
at both morning and evening and take a part in this important Discussion was "Tho Home, SUNDAY Coaks.
service. At our night servicethe 'part of the church. Church, School and Community." Church School and Adult Bible, Rev. Smith (brought to us the'

pastor preached .from the Rev. Hall was at his !best as he The Dorsey Junior High School Class .......-......-..-....... 9:30 a.m word of God from the 2nd chap-
27th Psalm. brought us two very touching ser Band rendered very fine music. Solemn Sung Mass and ter of Phillppians and the 5th

,Immediately after the morning mons. In ,the a.m. his subject was Thanks to Mr. Thurston. :Many Sermon .................... 11:00: a.m verse. His subject was, "May We
service the Junior Church!:: was '"From Him That Hath Not Shall thanks to our chairman, Mrs. St. Michael's Guild ...-... 5:30: p.m I Have The Mind of Jesus." His
organized, and will toe held every be Taken Away Even That Whichhe Mary C. Clayton, also soloist Miss Episcopal Young Church efforts were to persuade the audi-

L Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock.' + Hath/'. Hits evening sermon Joy Evans. men Unit No. 1.-... 5:30: p.m ence to let their minds be of the

Official board meeting was was, "God is Our Refuge and Solemn Evensong and same quality as that of Christ

it 11 held on Tuesday evening Just before Strength, a Very Pleasant Help FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Sermon ........................ 7:30: p.m Jesus.:
class' meeting. in Trouble" Our evening prayer service was

fAJ The Martin Memorial dub The castor administered the Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor TUESDAY conducted by Deacon Howard and

will meet Sunday, March 9 at 8 Holy Communion at both serviceson Claudia Wilson reporter Acolyte practice ................ 6 p.m. Deacon Williams.
'.,. o'clock: at the home of Mrs. Sunday. He also accepted the WEDNESDAYLow The two senior choirs were in

t... Maxine Cole, 14500 Monroe St. mcmibershiip of one convert to our The Lord (4 blessed, us to have Mass ...............-....... 6:30: p.m. charge of song service.
The /Ushers (Board is still sponsoring Christian family. another wonderful first Sunday Making a second try to convince -
Evensong, meditation ....... 8 p.m.
) the barbecue on Saturday Don't miss' ,the Song Festival in which we were able to worship Confirmation Instructions for a lost soul to follow the
II' nights, !Please !come out and support which !will be .presented on Mon- In the spirit. Adults ways of Christ was our pastor as

Ii I i it. All ,proceeds go to the day night, March ,10 At 8 o'clock. Our Sunday School lesson was he spoke from the 5th chapter of
church (building (fund. Participants are ((both choirs of beautifully discussed and enjoyed THURSDAYSt. St. Matthews and the 1st verse.
We extend a welcome to all the church. Each choir has been !by all. Mary's Choir Guild He used! as a them, "He Was Set
our visitors and friends. working very hard to compete Our pastor delivered (both messages Rehearsal......-..-... 5:30: p.m. For the Task."
I II against each other. Come out and I: of the day. The morning FRIDAY
I; MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. enjoy a night of good singing. text St. John 15-13, theme "What Stations of the Cross .... 7:30: p.m. TRIUMPH CHURCH
This is for the benefit of the rally. 'i Friend .We !Have in Jesus." Both St. Cecelia's Choir Guild pjn.
E. M. Thomas, pastor On Sunday night, !March 9 Rev. messages were plainly delivered Note: AU Masses on all Saint and Prince H. Mobley pastor

-. Oretha. .Holder, reporter' W J. Sheppard and his congregation and !were filled with the Holy I. Holy Days ...............-........... 6 a.m. Sister C. McKinney,, reporter

li1'V'1ng praise and honor to our r _. from Kerr Memorial Spirit. The choirs :rendered music. The School of Wisdom was one
Lord and Master, the service at Methodist Church, Perrine, will combined throughout the day. NEW HOPE BAPTIST of the greatest yet. "One in

Mt. Calvary began with the San- 'ender an after !service at the The ushers were combined. n______ _to? Rev. J. E. Brown castor Christ" was the subject of' the
day School, which( was of ,their work. Let
large hurch. us all come to lesson. There are many various
A. L.
Stephens, reporter
attendance as vstx+t. The rally is BTU at 5:30:
nearing its termination every Sunday We The denominations but there really
spirit high throughoutthe
At 11< Bran an inspiring devo Each class leader is have a number on the ran
tional urgd sick list. day on last Sunday. The No. isn't but One Lord, One Faith,
service was conducted with : to see his members now in Let us continue In prayer for all one choir .and ushers from all and One Baptism. In order to be
soul-stirring prayers and uplifting order to make of them. We were
a good showing.We very grateful boards served. one in Christ we must have unity.
hymns. The morning mes- acknowledge the presenceof to have so many friends and vis- Ona writer stated where there is
Services this Sunday will begin
sage was delivered by the pastor all of you who come to wore itors present 'With us Sunday. We unity there is strength. Each
found at the usual time with the No.'
"Pride "in St. Luke 9:5, subject, ship with us and invite you to want all of them to know that 2 choir and No. 2 ushers in son is obliged before God to
the sermon was wen de- with they were welcome in
worship us always. our midst. charge. stand true to his own convictions,
and all seemed Come
to have again.
been touched iby the News of interest: The PallBearers one basic conviction should always -
Two (persons holy; cpirii. FIRST UNITARIAN I will celebrate their anniversary be that we must extend fel-
Christian were joined to our : MT this Sunday at 3 lowship to all of God's children.
family( one candidate "Ethical and Human BAPTISTRev.
noon day service
lor baptism The Gospel Stars, formerly the was high
perience. and the other by ex Emotion" will be the sermon D. A. Bradley, pastor Pinckney Gospel Stars will ren- in spirit and the Lord were

Sunday topic of the Rev. Glenn O. Can- L. R. Smith reporter der an after service program glorified. Mr. and Mrs. Smith was
afternoon firSO BTU field, minister of the First Unitarian Sunday night.A our visitors and both had a
'was' held very
ial during which testimon Church, Dixie (iHwy. at SW Last Sunday services were both bar-be-cue selling Saturday inspiring testimony.

Daisy service iMae was conducted by little 29th road, on Sunday, March 9, inspirational and instructive. We afternoon, March 8 at the home of "Songs of the Hills" was the
i 11 a.m. At 8:15: :pan that evening were guided by the Holy Suirit, Mrs. Juanita Newson, 4219 NW subject of the YPE band. Text
Sunday night at 7 o'clock' de the Jefferson Club ,will meet at beginning with the found Isaiah
votional Sunday 32nd ave. A sale of dinners at the 55813.: iBro. R. L.
the deacons service was held with I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard School. We all enjoyed a won- home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Deal, Moultry rendered a very nice
and deaconesses in Hutner 2323 SW 2nd derful lesson. Our
chaiye. ave. Sunday School Saturday, March 8, 1414 NW 69th program.
TheP( Stor delivered a A three-day Leadership Development ii growing raddlv.- terr Sunday was the first Sunday of
most powerful sermon, "A Good ,Workshop and the The morning message the
delivered month
Man, iMoses." was Our sick list is a lone one. but so therefore it was
Lord's Supper After service the annual meeting of the Florida very vividly by the pas- we pray for our shut ins that"they Dollar Day for the pastor and
was administered. Conference of 'Liberal Churches tor. The text was' found in have each member
a speedy responded
Let recovery. nicely.
the us remember in our prayers I will begin on Friday, .March 14 at Erekiel 37:3. Rev. Coats was our visiting minister
Sick. Visitors tire always wel the Miami Unitarian Church. At Music was furnished throughout( for ,the
evening and he also
come. 8 p.m. that evening, the keynote the day by !both choirs. Service ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. delivered the message.
address will 'be given ,by Royal was, rendered by usher' Subject
boards "Jesus
No. O. W. Foster,pastor is Coming, Calling For '
NEW MT. MORIAHi i H. Cloyd on'.the subject "Toward one two and three. A. L. Johnson' rc'orter Thee. Text found St. John 11:1-:

Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor i' Dynamic Leadership," the theme ally The Training Union is gradu- In unity, Sunday School was 41. The message !was most inter-
of the conference. Mr. Cloyd is improving. We invite esting. On
Doris L. you to timely with the superintendent in Thursday
Hayes our
reporter pastor
the director< of the Adult Education join us at 5 pjn. and
"The charge. The for wife will
One in Christ" was oat- The ,subject the lesson leave the city to
lined and discussed program of the American evening service was also was, "One in Christ." attend the quarterly
by the classes meeting and
) Unitarian Association of Boston.At delivered by the
in our Sunday SchooL pastor. Text was The devotional service was we are praying for their safe
9 a.m. Saturday, March 15, found in Isaiah 53:7.: We acknowledge arrival -
'The 11 am, spiritually high throughout the end return.
rational. The was inspi Mrs. Nelson A. Burgess of !Boston the presence of all visitors day. Antioch's ushers board No.
spirit was felt in executive of the and (friends who
secretary came in to
our midst. Rev. 'Shipp' wor- one served. The mixed voices of KELLY
a wonderful General Alliance, co-sponsors of ship with iis on Sunday. We invite choir No. 1 and the male chorus CHAPEL
message. 1basaJ a- he workshop, will open the session you to visit with
ian 5:23. And the very Ged af us often. rendered music as Pastor Foster Thelma H. Devoe, reporter
with a talk on "What Are
Peace sanctify you wholly; and I Our Goals?", Other activities will brought the message taken from Our annual Woman's Day which
pray God Jeremiah 8:2: ; subject, "Missing was observed
your whole Feb. 23
spirit and )e individual workshops, general ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST was a suc-
soul God's Last Train for
and Heaven. He cess financially
body be preserved and spiritually.
essions for and evaluating
: reporting -
blameless unto Rev. N. F. Clark preached with power. Everyone
the coming of pastor was inspired
Lord Jesus Christ. oar : and a banquet at 7:30: At 5:30: p.m. BTU was called three messages that by the
which time panel discussionwill I Rev. J. E. Monroe, to order by drector were deliv-
ItlTU is reporter Roy Ross. The ered. The
progressing ] women
with your cooperation rapidly be held on "Living -and Play- I At Sunday morning service we group discussion was, "Living Chapel would like of Kelly's
help of the Lord, we are and going the ''ng Certain Roles in a Hostile had a shout in the camp which Productively." We are still ask- to Mrs. Ida Ratcliffe, Mrs.say thanks Willie
to Environment. Panel members was carried over into the BTU ing the cooperation of Mae James
open parents to
our devotional and
I 5:45: p.m. and have service at will be Mrs: Burgess' :Mr. Cloyd I I service where we were spiritually bring their children. The BTU Is i Mrs. Cora Mar-

s in the name of the Lord.a good time and Rev. C. Leon Hopper Jr., also revived. At the 7 p.m. service our the training school to help oar !; tlllwhosparticipated and also
Evening service of Boston and executive director, :astor administered the Lord's. church of tomorrow.At I program. on the
with a of the Liberal Religious Youth
glorious Supper.On evening worship
devotional. The choir Shiloh'susher To all our Christian
was consecrated with an amagfna organization. Sunday morning the Rev. board No. 1 and choir No. who left their various churches friends
exigent Harold Brown will his 2 served as Pastor Griffin to
prayer. In preach brought worship and
every won of BAPTIST help to make this
prayer and supplication with NEW first sermon since he received his the message taken from St. John successful Woman's Day.

thanksgiving, Ibe known, unto the 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. license to preach. The public i is 12:32, subject, "Livlnj Under The God bless you all. May

Lord. Again the pastor spoke the Rev. G. Jones, pastor invited to hear Bro. Brown andto' Shadow of The Cross." lIe I We would like to also express

gospel, from this theme. 'The Foot! Sunday School.......... 9:43: : a.m attend all our services. Rev. preached a wonderful sermon. our appreciation to Mr. Reeves
of Remembrance. 'The Lori's Morning worship!: ........_...... J 1'M I Bain will deliver the messageSunday Our vistors and friends are wel- and station WMBM for the pub-

Supper was administered. Evening: worship .M................ 7JO night. come to worship with us. licity given us.

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TRIUMPH CHURCH Confirmation at THE MIAMI TlM'ES-uThe Peoples' Newapaper"

Prince David Williams SATURDAY MARCH 8 1358 PAGE 9
pastor I St. Augustine's ,
Sister Ethel II
"One In Christ"Cooper was reporter the subject ....._ ''IQOI,; :J1' r '''''''

of our very beautiful lessonon
Sunday past. Everyone seem HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS
ed to have enjoyed the lesson to

the highest. However find in ........... ..........,........ .... ... "- "" -
we ,a _._......................."JiL.........x'Cy" : .LC x.OCI .tIIl ------.r. "" "" ""
this lesson that there is only one
church, really. Beneath the dif- P t F. C. MARTIN ELEM.An NORTHWESTERN HIGH NORTH DADE JR. SR.

various ferences that denominations may exist among there the is overflow audience enjoyedthe STUDY NORTHERN SCHOOLSMrs. On Friday, Fob 28, North Dade

really only one basic faith and annual "Thinking Day" program Ida Ratcliffe, principal of brought its first basketball seasonto
one Lord. Without commentingon sponsored by Sunflower and I Northwestern and David Dobbs, a close with a decisive victoryover
Scout Districts on last the Carver High School
the rightness
or of
wrongness assistant director of vocationaland
any particular belief Saturday afternoon at the F. C. Hornets. The Thunderblrds play-
ticular practice, most any people par Martin Elementary School, Richmond adult education, along with ed a 12-game schedule, winning

would agree that there are sin Heights. Troops, both Bib Wilson, director of secondary four of their battles and display

cere Christians in groups.' 3rownie .and Intermediate were education in Dade County; Theo ing zealous competition in. the

The YPE was at its best and a orient from the following dore Koshler, director of vocat- others.
wonderful program was rendered : \ jchools: A. L. Lewis, Carver, tlonal education; Dr. Lee Aber, We feel that this season exemplifies -
by the M. C. The devotional Vlays, J, R. E. Lee, Liberty City, principal of Southwest Jr.-Sr. the manner in which we
service was exceptionally high 'oinclana, Dunbar, Bethunfr, High School and Paul Davidson will take place in the sports
with Sis. G. Williams opening the : lolmes and Floral Heights. In ad- principal of North Miami Senior I world.
testimony meeting. The speakerfor I litton to the program of dances High, spent one week in Balti- The Parent Teacher Association
the night was Rev. C. Thomas, ind games pointing up the theme more, studying the school system I undertook an enormous project
who delivered an inspiring message 'Hands Across the World," a color there. Much of their study was when it decided to beautify sucha
from St. John 10:10.Today's Urn showing scenes and a<:tlvl- done In five-year old integrated vast area as the North Dade
thought: I will lift up les at the International Chaletn Merganthal Vocational and Technical campus. To raise funds for suchan
mine eyes unto the hills from Switzerland was shown by Mrs. High School, and two year enterprise the PTA sponsoreda
whence cometh my help all The Most Rev. Joseph P. Hury ylvla Martin of South Miami. old' Carver" Vocational High-both baby contest. The response
help cometh from the Lord who '. Archbishop of the Diocese of Miss Amanda Franklin, Ixora the "last word" in vocational from the entire community was
made Heaven and Earth. St. Augustine will confirm a classof district chanrman, served os mls- training the latter costing over gratifying The parade of babieson
18 at St. Augustine's ChurchIn : ress of ceremony for the occa- six million dollars. The tour also the night of the contest was a

ST. MARY'S W. M. Coconut Grove on March 13 at ion. Sunflower District, Mrs. AlTa . included a study of City College spectacle worth viewing. This
8 p.m.The. Lucille Crawford ,was the host there. Both Mrs. Ratcliffe and Mr I fruitful effort resulted in the raising
Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter confirmandi are as follows: tlstrict. Mrs. Josie Roberts was Dobbs related their experiences ina of $300. Visit our campus soon
Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor Joseph: Byron Bowles, Ivon lanlst for the program. Miss Mt- recent faculty meeting. and see the uses to which these
Sunday School began at the aniel Constant, Otis Charles icrva Strachan is the profession- funds are being put We were
usual hour with the superintendent Miller: Jr., Malcolm Patrick tl worker for the two districts..L. Mrs. Doreen Young, journalism thrilled by the musical selections
Marva Trotman In charge Whitlow, Carolyn Edwina Ellis, instructor, has undergone an rendered by the band on this oc
After the reading of the minutes taria Louise Ellis, Raymund: emergency eye operation. The faculty casion. Mr. McCall and his group

by our secretary, Carol Paul, the Ivette Constant, Mary Katherine \. LEWIS ELEMENTARYOn and students arc wishing for are to be commended. Little
classes took their place with the Williams, Robert Lewis McKln- her an immediate recovery. Bichette Woods, sponsored by Mrs.
Bernadette Lele Price. Tuesday, March 4 the mem. Alice
teachers at their non, Harrison stole first prize
posts. The lesson
was reviewed by John Bullard The following adults will alsc ers of the 4-H Club of A. L. EXTRAVAGANZA SUCCESSThe by reporting the turn of $402.00.
be confirmed? Avis presented an outstanding
one of our fine young men, In a rogram in keeping with 4-H PTA, headed by Anthony During the assembly on Wednesday

very intelligent and interesting Diana Maria Newman, Shirley 7eek. The theme for the occa- Simons, has just successfully we were eloquently addressed
manner. Mary Gibson Rosanna Maria Mc 'on was, "Our 4-H Salute to ocmpl ted another of Its projects, by Dr. White who spokeon
The 11 am. service was !n Knight, Ola Maria Jenkins, Ethel arents," which was carried out the Second Annual Musical Ex the subject, "Dental Hygiene."
charge of the pastor. Being the Helen Dunn, Frederick Job ery beautifully. The opening travaganza. Backed solidly by This Informative address brought
first Sunday, Love Feast and testimonials Newman, Napoleon Augustine MM "O Master Let Me Walk i homeroom mothers, and NIIS'i many quectlons from the student I
were the order of the Sands, Moses Ellas McKnlght. 7ith Thee," was very inspira- '8. teachers, the Extravaganza body and initiated! many class
day. The spirit was very high and The friends and neighbors of 'onal to the assembled audience vlll help Northwstern purchasen room discussions.Plan .
everyone was blessed. No. one the confirmandl are cordially Invited ouise McDowell:: Caldonla Wat- organ. Yearly, jprlzos of free now to attend the dedi-
and two choirs sang with, Mrs. to attend this beautiful on, and Rosetta Rolle, gave ai rips to Cuba and Nassau and catory services'of the North Dade
U. Higgs at the organ and No. 2 ceremony. utstanding and enlightening hit' -aany useful items are awardedo Jr.-Sr. High School in April.

ushers served. ry of the organization. Rosettr purchasers of tickets. Charles D. Wyche, principal
The 7 ,pjn. devotion was led by tolle also demonstrated the "Use Barbara Rollins, reporterB.
the pastor. He from The institution is grateful to the
preached St
f dried foods for variety am
Luke 15:4, "For the Son of ManIs Bishop and Mrs. Ball baking the meal more interest, I uany community friends who
come to seek and save that EntertainedAt ig." She prepared apricott cot.
which was lost." The Junior choir and stuflec' vaganza a success.
tie cheese Test! test! test! Everyone's taking
and our famous male chorus fur DinnerThe the stage. The girls A
runes on Cornelius Han field of Fla. tests. The llth graders will
nished music with their organist resented gfts to the following md M University is completing be given
an Achievement Teat
Mrs. U. Higgs. Both usher boards : Mr. Nelson Adams, Mr hree of his nine weeks' stay of on
Rt. Rev. W. F. Ball, presiding arsons March 11.12 in our auditorium.
bishop of the 17th and 18th }, W. Johnson, Mrs. Vlctorir ntcrnshlp at Northwestern. He i'tudyini This test is very important and
served.BAHA'I Episcopal Districts of the AME' Impson, Mrs. A. D. Johnson, Mr under Mrs. Lenvmif will determine what students will
ASSEMBLYThomas Church and his lovely; wife, Mrs. 7. B. Davis, and Mrs. G. Holmes 'litchell and Miss Mary Davis Ir be eligible to take ,college prep
Baumbartner, North \gnes Ball, were lavishly enter- he entire program received hig he field of social studies. NHS is in the fall.Members.

Miami businessman, will speak at :alned at a welcome dinner helc I jdlence appreciation. The" closing ecelving five more from the of World History, history -
led b
the Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th sn Saturday nlht, at the bishop's mg was, "Tell Me Why, ;' bove university to practice and government and basic
ave., 7:45: p.m. Sunday March 9. esldence, 1773: NW 58th st. The I ie many fine voices of the 4.- caching in the fields of music education classes have been touring -

His subject. will be! "Man's Relation iffalr, which celebrated Bishor 'tub members.The of theTA panlsh, English and physical edicalion. the Mayflower II for the past
to God." All races and and Mr?. Ball's return from oflilal I regular meeting Wednejds' two weeks. This trip is both educational -
faiths invited. '! duties in Central and South will be held this and entertaining Those
Africa, was given by Mrs. Anr kht, All contestants are expect tours were each highlighted by a
:'rnlth. Mrs. Smith was ably as-I :i to make their final report for I' DUNBAR ELEMENTARYThe motion picture of the Mayflower
'Ethical Religion and Human listed by a number of the members I ic Kindergarten King and Queer Most of this week all classes
Emotion" of the BalNfor-Bishop Club opularlty; contest. Who will b- Dunbar Day Nursery pre- were given tests for the six
Sermon by owned King and Queen of th ented a playlet, "A Child's Oar- weeks. These tests were really
Rev. Glenn O. CanfUld A complete turkey dinner was : :kindergarten ten" at the March PTA meeting reviews of the whole six weeks

Sunday Service ..............._.. 11:00 I served and enjoyed. I We wish to thank all of th1 yOl'vho Irs. Johnny McMillan, director period.

Church School....................... 10:30 Among those present were Rev participated in making vas assisted by Miss AmandA Seniors ,with B and Above averages
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH and Mrs. S. A. Cousins, Rev. T mtcst a most successful venture ranklin, Mrs. Sallle Oitcs:: musi took an inter-collegiate ,
C. Kelley Jr., Rev. A. J. Beare, Since the month of March ha 'nsultant, and Mrs. Janie Flow- ex. I
Dixie Hwy. at S.W. 29th am. your scholarships will
Rev. A. J. Reddick, Atty. and designated as "Spelling
"" .een rs, art consultant who designee be given to student
TRINITY"WESLEYAN" Mrs Henry Arrington, Elliott J. lonth" the entire school Is strive attractive garden backdrop. highest scores to the making tho
Pieze, Mrs. C. Wlnfleld, Mrs. ng to work unceasingly with thpelllnj <
Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor Cloie Sweeting, Mrs. Myrnle program this period. Words of greetings were giver house colleges: Fisk, Southern, More.
Tuakogee, Hampton
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Dingle, Mr. and Mw. W. F. Ball Nelson Adams, principal Mrs. Katherine Gibson, for Southern, and Spelman. ,

Sunday School ................... 9 sun, Jr., Mrs. Mary T. Colden, Mr. and Henry O. McKinney, reporter :ner Dunbar PTA president A night of stars given by
Morning worship ................11:00 Mrs. Leon Kelly. Mrs. Margaret hose two pre-school children was
--- our patrols as a benefit their
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. ,arey! Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Brun- were on the nursery program unifoims and their annual for trip

"" St. Matthe7AMEliion: son, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cherry, Dr. Edward Braynon, addressed to Washington, D. C. The starsof
Mrs. Ella Troatman, Mrs. Cherry
!ho large audience on dental care this show were Cab Calloway \
Mills Boyer and daughter Cherry
1628 N.W. 5th Ave. 'or children. This informative talk who was master of ceremonies
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Ann, and -several others. was followed by a question and and the Treniers. !,

Sunday School.............. 9:45: a.m TOOTHACHE mswcr period.A Seniors are preparing for their I
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m class play which. is to take place
Evening worship ............ 7:30 pm Free X-rays ,at ; i mimCQiraphed report of th sometime in April. The play is 1
State meeting of the Florida entitled
- --- ----- "Spring Fever" and the
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Coconut GroveThe Congress of Colored Parents and cast Includes Jewyll Johnson, Alex I
Teachers was distributed by Me Payne, Maude Newbold, Norman
James Cubner, pastor mobile unit of the Dade I lames Taylor and Sanford, dele- Love[ Betty Baker and Daniel \
Eddie Edwards, clerk County Tuberculosis Associationwill r g :tes. Award ribbons were givento Evans. The play is to be directed

Sunday School ..-...-..-... 9:30: am. offer free tuberculosis chest Mrs. Taylor and to Mrs. Cherry by Mrs. Z. Bethel. Ij
:Mills Boyer TV aide and county
Morning worship ................ 11:00: x-rays at two Coconut Grove locations council delegate., Mrs. Boyer alto The members! of the newspaper \
W. mln"tf'r Fellowship .... 8 gm. next weed.: On Thursday, I ita/I who attended the state conference ,
at both the State Banquet
March 13, the service will be offered sang
- ---- along with Mrs. M. Shannon

- -
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER at George Washington Car and the Memorial Service. Mrs. seem to have enjoyed the I
School 238 Grand Sanford served M workshop con
ver High ,
trip We're to
Your very glad
N.W. 4th Ave. and 18th Terr. faculty: school personnel and Wedding sultant and member of the rules have them back. I

Phone FR 9.1424 all students over fifteen years of choose only.uuWut committee. Two flrst place rib I Dorothy Ellen Jenkins, reporter
MASSES age. Hours will be from 9 a.m. bons were given to art work don

Daily! ...........-............_...... 8 'ajn.S'ndav to noon end 1 to 4 pm. Residentsof under the supervision of our art 1
.......... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m. surrounding areas may also t J. :onsultant, Mrs. Flowers.

get their! annual chest x-ray at The building program whichwi ELNORA
.lea.##II'I'I" ,#eWE this location. '
add M rooms to our present SUNDRIES

On Friday, March 14, the unit school plant got under way beta
PAY CASH moves to Tobac Pharmacy, 3877 INVjIOTIONfFiiufcruWltum eek with the moving of our 8 Headquarters for your
Grand ave.. and will be open portables to the north side of our MIAMI TIMES If you live out'

FOR YOUR LOTS from 9 am. to noon and 1 to 3 present campus. Brown vllU wayWOMEN'8
We were so sorry to hear of the
pm.Mrs. DIE FREE: befell Mrs. Doreen WE SERVE
accident that
Axle Gary, assistant pro
UNion 5.5 017 gram director: on the staff of the U. Young, sister to our Mesdames Foremost Ice Cream
local Tuberculosis Association, 100 tompItt, Tolllvette and Lltt'pg, May sh Phone NE 4.9441

UNion 5.2494 handled the schedule. cI'.11 g nave anuccessful: recovery.We .
4338 N.W. 27th Ave.
Dr. T. E. Cato, director of the also extend our sympathy'o

Dade County Health Departed' TIMES the JoUivette family upon the J. FINCHER, Mgr,
MR. FREDERICK urged everyone to get the annual death of the father of Mr. C. M r. Indf
0740 N.W. 15th Ave. PL 4ft12
JoUivette. Th elder JoUivette
free chest x-ray to be sure he
doesn't have tuberculosis. 1112 N.W 3rd Ave FR 1.2236 lived in Port Arthur, Texas.
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The People. Newspaper" Makes Official Visit


Good Morning JudgeNews ) k ..

From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court ,

State PTA Closes JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy

Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer Nr4'f

Annual Session.His'k l :'

Another total of 128 cases !was disturbance, fined $30 or 12 days. I ,
A listed on the docket of the day in '
Municipal Court Monday( morning Ulysses (Bush, Althea Smith and :t '
was made last Saturdayin !March fl. :The day was one Eugene Taylor, were each charged -
PQlJrtJoa' by the Florida' Con- BAPTIST TO filled with human interest in '3.I with disorderly conduct by
gress of Colored Parents and wide variety of cases. creating a disturbance, each was
Teachers in annual State session. PUBLISH I fined $15 or six days. I
W. K. Harper, veteran postal I A hint to the wise (was the case
A.k !
worker of Jacksonville, and longtime MEMORIAL I of Bennie Alexander Jr., a 19- RogerBeckham- charged with 5 _
PTA worker, was advanced VOLUMEThe year-old youth of 717 NW; 2nd inter'terring'with' a police officer, _ _
from the office of first vice pres- I ave., apt. ;234, iwho was charged Jesse !Beckham (a brother of
ident to that of president of this i with vagrancy. :Alexander was Roger) was charged with carry
16,722 member igroup. He thus editor of "Who's Who in arrested by Officers R. Tremble ing a concealed weapon ( a knife) qA/
becomes the first man to serve in Baptist America in the National : and Archie Lanfcford of the police and with assault and battery on i u
this position: of leadership. Although Sunday School and BTU Con- I force. Willie James IM Neal. Roger was
more than 500 persons> attended gress," announced this week that fined $15 or six days and Jesse
I the meeting, only 271 were this volume originally intendedto Lankford told the court that was fined a total of $75 or 30 I
registered delegates.Mrs. honor Dr. W. H. JernLgin( now they were checking on dope days on the two .charges Against I Fred Alexander, 33 degree,
deceased) will be continued as a cases and had a plain clothes assistant him. Grand High Priest of the Most
Mary Fisher Johnson, former Memorial Volume. In a recent working Dade County teacher, now conference with Dr. Jern g1n's Lankford added that the assistant Johnny Gathers, charged 'with Excellent Union, Grand Chapter
of Webster, was advanced from widow, Mrs. C. J. Jernagin, it contacted Alexander in a local assault and battery with hands on State of Florida and its Jurisdic-:
secretary to first vice president. was agreed that this project bar and made a deal with him to Julia Gathers, .fined $35 or 14 tion, working under the protec-
Other officers -are Mrs. Mary L should be carried forward now as buy some dope from
Washington, Jacksonville, 2nd a memorial. Dr. Jernagin led the peddler. Lankford said Alexander Eliza Latimore, charged with State of Florida, will make his
vice president; A. L. Osgood Jr., NationalSunday School 'and BTU agreed to get the dope, but assault and battery with a knifeon official visit to Miami Sunday,
Palatka, secretary; Miss Artie "C. Congress for 32 years. He was insisted that he be paid in advance Louise Hayes, fined $50 or 20 March 16 at 2:30: p.m. at the Ma-
Patterson, Jacksonville, assistant acclaimed' by many as a Chris- Shortly after he and his days. sonic Temple, 941 NW 3rd ave.
secretary; R. V. Daniels, Jacksonville tian educator, missionary, statesman partner armed with information
treasurer; Mrs. Peacock, ecumencial leader, -world from their assistant, toolk: Alexander --- AU Royal Arch Masons are requested
Pensacola, historian, and Mrs. I traveller, outstanding leader of .: into custody at 3:30: a.m. to be present and on
Elizabeth E. Johnson Miami, Baptist youth Sunday at the bar. However, WHY JS time. All Master Masons and
parliamentarian' Mrs. Charles L. I When they searched him, they did I other departments of Masonry
Thousands of loyal Baptists are invited to see and hear Mr.
Williams, past state and national not find any dope on his person
president charged and installed throughout the nation: will proudly ) But Alexander"could not give the i Alexander. The Grand High Priest
the officers Me Saturday afternoon subscribe to this volume because officers any satisfactory explanation 930 ? also holds an important office in
of the : !the Grand of
great esteem in Lodge Florida.
on where, if at all, he was
which they held this
The 1958 theme is "Imperatives leader. As 'a person he outstanding lived valIantly : working and why he,
out in bar at
for a Growing Society" Session served: nobly, and died youth was a
3:30 in the OPPORTUNITY
: morning. AWAITS
speakers were Rev. Joseph E. S. heroically. He leaves to his race
said convinced that
Ray and Rev. Nesbit, both o f ind nation a record of steward- were
Alexander was not <( Jacksonville Mrs. Minnie H ship worthy to be rememibered, COLORED
therefore arrested him
Fields,' state supervisor' ) ,, elemen- greatly to be cherished and on a
tary education, spoke- at the proudly to be preserved forever.In charge of vagrancy.In PSYCHIC READER

Thursday night local program, and his defense, Alexander dense
Dr. Gilbert Porter was the ban- the last board meeting of knowing anything about any dopor
quet speaker on Friday night. the Congress presided over by dope peddlers, (but could nr : Y ,
the late Dr. Jernagin in Hot prove to the court that he ws
4 'I Thirty of Dade County's 31 Sprints, Ark. in January, he gave working. Judge Johnson tour I
delegates traveled by charteredbus. the "Who's Who" project his :
Alexander and fined hirr
Dade County participants In
warmest blessing. This beloved
$50 or 20 days.
the program included Mesdames leader all Congress work-
urged '
Among other cases heard an(
Elizabeth E. Johnson
May Dell
ers and Baptists related to the ,
disposed of were the following:
Braynon, Genesta Sweeting: Alma Congress to subscribe that their
Brooks, Johnny' Patton; Dorothy contributions would serve to in- Horace ,Dennis, Virgil Watts' ,
Stanford, C. Sullivan Culver, spirt young Baptists who come Thomas 'Dames and Pete Sharpe, A/ /. tir,V
Henry Bell, William' Stirrup, after them. Though he himselfwas were each charged with disorderly M A
Cherry Mills Boyer, Rachel Pratt, already listed in such volumes conduct! by loitering. Each one
,, and Bernice Mack. dating from 'the first among was fined $15 or six days.
to the last issued
Negroes by this
Mrs. Myrtle Davis, president ot
nation! including all races, he James T. Smith, charged with
the State Federated Women'Clubs
made it clear that he wished to I carrying concealed weapon (a
t served as a workshop consultant be included in "Who's Who in knife) fined $50 or 20 days.
I and Miss Cherry Ann Baptist America." It his Harry Gibson charged with ma- Ut of
Mills BTW was | my year Experience guide and protect you through Life
junior at the
sang opinion that this volumewas licious mischief, destruction otfalou.sfes
.proposed M a Lighthouse guide the ship In storm
banquet. a
important to the future life property of Elizabeth
"II North Dade school was awarded .01 the denomination.All Wilson, $15 or six days. WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME

1 the Mays floating trophy for inquiries should be directed Lillie Mae Dukes, charged with I For Success in Business And Love
'art work made by a PTA The failure to the orders of
to the editor Rev. L. V. obey a CONSULT HER _
Braynon floating trophy was won loo.h 432 W. 9th st. Cincinnati known police officer, and with :
by another new school, Floral 2, Ohio. disorderly conduct ""by creating a 0 You can now have your home made happy

Heights. 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

\ Convention hosts were Central! O Don't Stay in the rut get out now
Academy High, Mr. Brooks, principal I II I I 0 By the help of God she can help
; Central Academy elementary I LAST CHANCE TO .:SEE AND HEAR .

'j Mr. Mullins, principal and Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
I the Putnam' County Council, A. troubleIt
L. Osgood Jr., president. AL HIBBLER

will pay you to call and eee this Gifted Medium First

i PLUS ,I Where thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
I be touched by this strange mysterious powerWHY


BAREFOOT And His Swinging Gentlemen The of old same le till God alive who today delivered and will Moses and the children of Israel
t open a way for you through

Can Be FRI., SAT., SUN., MARCH 7-8-9 you the troubled stumble seas with of Let not him that le blind lead you or

SUNDAY MATINEE 5j30.p.m-2 a.m. Do you doubt the existence of things because you cannot eee
Kee.childWh. them
f aiwe* What do you think of the Invl.lbl., waves and
I' r.-.... e4b Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television that make
..... ... possible
..seisesYee1 ..... BEGINNING MONDAY MAR. 10 A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark
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= 4eIIIIII ,. Therefore, acquaint y o u r- Iil',--' ,.. .,,
r LEE ANDREWSAND self with the one who is an r, '
} -' authority. Whose
Pbe.swfee. ,I.: #' private' .
.... ............, consultation will evolve you t ; A

II .. .--. '. _.'gJohnson THE HEARTS to a higher state of mind. .; i 1

PLUS All Information is

and Sons WILLIE MABON AND BAND Strictly Confidential

6570 N.W. 15th Ave. Office Hours: 9 l.m.-8 p.m. .

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Phone PL 9.9190
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NAACP Presses Hawkins.Oniv. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1958 PAGE 11

of Florida Court Fight 11 B-GC Internes HereDade

County leads in the num one' each are: Madison, Walton,
ber of ,placements of interns 'who Bradford, Hendry, Escairtbla,
Pasco and Columbia.
NEW YORK Three legal ; Mr. Hawkins filed his suit in went out from Bethune-Cookman
actions involving the constitutional I ic federal district court in Tal- DT. ELKS' College in the second intern Mrs. Small announces thai
rights of Negroes were taken ihassee, Jan 14, 1958 at the period which extends from Feb. preparation is in progress for the
this week by attorneys for the uggestion of the U. S. Supreme ANNIVERSARYCELEBRATION 3 to April 4, according' to the report third Intern period which begins
NAACP Legal Defense and Edu- :ourt sifter the Florida Supremeourt from the office of Mrs. March :5 and extends to May 2.
cational Fund, Inc. One was in : refused for the third timeo Florence Small, chairman of the
the Little Rock High School case issue an order for his prompt Invitations are now in the mail division of education at the col-
end two were continuing effortsto dmisslon despite the fact tha for the 14th anniversary celebration lege. Dade County has eleven internees
gain the admission of Virgil le high court had ruled him, en- of the Daughter Elks of which tops the 17 counties Dt. Elks to
Hawkins to the University of :tied to prompt admission or Greater Miami Temple No. 769. I of the Stale of Florida (participating -
Florida Law School. everal prior (appeals. All daughters' are urged to report I in the second period Sponsor PartyThere
not less than $14.00 as a gift to program, Duval and Volusia
LITTLE ROCK SCHOOL CASEIn When Hawkins filed his noticef their temple. One of the best orchestras Counties are tied for second place will be a Lawn Party
appeal with the District Riven at the home of Dt. Luella
) Court, has been secured for this with seven each. Third place is
the Little Rock case a brief he Attorney General of Florida, affair. Dt. Olivia Rogers reportedthat held jointly by Palm Beach and Edkles 1895 'NW 58th st., Satur-
was filed on Feb. 26 with the Richard Ervin, asked the court tickets, as well as tables, Alachua Counties with 4 each and day, March 8, at 5 p.m. until.
U. S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Jor an order staying, in effect, all have already Jumped ahead of Marion County is in fourth placeall
Prizes will be given
Circuit in St. Louis NAACP further in the away.
by proceedings case
alone with three. '
last The '
year. daughters are hop Hilbborough,
Come and enjoy the fun we havein
Legal Defense and Educational until the Court of acted
: ing that the "Bills" will serve as Broward, Lake and Pinellas store for
Fund attorneys. They urged me upon his appeal. The district guards and escorts, since there Counties are fifth with two internees you.
court to affirm 'a judgement of a court (granted the order. As a will be an unusual lange\ crowd.Dt. each. Other counties with Dt. Luella Eckles, sponsor
district court which prohibited result, Hawkins is now prohibited Edna Davis has been assigned -
interference with the Little from pressing his case to a to the ticket box. Dt. Lula Mae
Rock's court approved plan to integrate final decision which would enable Yancey will be in the cloak room.
its high schools. him to be admitted to the Dt. Ruler Ellen Taylor has
September 1958 term been suffering from influenza. Dt.
On August 29, 1957, a state Deputy Marie White has been Having TV Trouble ?
In view of this action Mr.Hawkins' .
court order was obtained by a confined
to bed being force to
have also
Mrs. Clyde Thomason, a White attorneys give because of illness. All
parent and taxpayer, which restrained petitioned the Court of Appealsto daughters up seem to be improving Get Results . Not Excuses
issue a writ of mandamus directing -
the school board from
and the road
on to Dt.
proceeding with its plan to inte- Judge Dozier DeVane to
Estelle Brown, who is pulling a YEARS' EXPERIENCE
grate and, in effect overrode the proceed with the case pendingthe shift at Variety Children's Hos-
judgements and decrees of federal appeal. pital stops every once in a whileto
courts approving the plan. Attorneys for HSawkins are turn out one of her famous $2QQ
Service Calls
Francisco A. Rodriguez of Tam cakes
On the same day the Little pa, Fla.; Thurgood Marshall and Dt. Brown and Dt. Anls Thompson
Rock school board petitioned the Mrs. Constance Baker Motley prepared and served break I
U. S. District Court to enjoin both of New York. fast for the deputy on Sunday -.- I
Mrs. Thomason from using the morning. Dt. Zessde Tucker ratesa
state court order. This injunctionwas one in her temple. She made a
granted and the Little Rock fine contribution to swell the
For Efficient
high school proceeded to desegre Prompt service, amount raised in Monte Carlo, so Millsap" T V
gate. did Dt. Ruth Hanks and Dt. Sarah

Attorneys for the Negro stu Phone PL 4.4909RUDY'S Smalley. Dt. Marie Gilmore was
present in the last
meeting. The
dents are Wiley A. Branton' of
Pine Bluff Ark. and TV many daughters were glad to see
: Thurgood her. A wonderful party will take 1823 N.W. 79th Street
Marshall, director-counsel of the AndRADIO
place following the
NAACP Legal Defense and Edu anniversary
cational Fund staff in New York. REPAIR celdbration and a beautiful bedspread Phones -
will be given away. So
VIRGIL HAWKINS CASE Guaranteed Service until March 14, when you Join
Pick up and Deliver us in the 14th anniversary cele- PL 7-0051 and PL 8.9474
Virgil Hawtkins, who has been bration at the Harlem Square
seeking admission to the schoolof 9 a.m. to 10s30 p.m. Bllroom to the strains of Alex \
Law of the University of Flor-

ida since 1949, appealed to the 6801 N. W. 15th Ave. ,Stephens........../1. .........../. _.......__.n._ ... __ _u' _u_ ___' _ "u_ .
for United the Fifth States Circuit Court in of New Appeals Or- .-.*........NJ*..Ir:: ti*..**tttttti&ty.ii&itttttFAIR'S--.w. MrrIM1 r *%iV>Ayrt"nir.... ;........'..; .to..NIlh..'.>.........t..''.*...t:1"ti........y...::;.:YIhYW//..y., ..o..*:;":..*'.!;,::tr..t'..:;:..M'111YY'..:;:. -*!*.*!;*!. V .r..!..\ U

leans, La., on Fob. 28, from the W
refusal of U. S. District Judge WHERE IS m alt
Dozier DeVane of Tallahassee, to I
issue a (preliminary -injunction in alt:: ReligiousSupply fa:
Hawkins' latest court action so 930 .
that he could be admitted to the iUM
school without further delay. u

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COR. N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. ., ,

n Great Spiritual Listener fitflt M1

Rate Drugs Free Delivery T ;fit I Iu Ua'

: He helps the rich as well as the poor. If you ul I IU'

Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 8-4704 : K are troubled with unusual conditions-can't in I IH'

C. M. JOLLIVETTE 8R., Prop : ,, hold friends or money Rev. W. J. Fair will alt

sanJAMES' :n'' pray for your condition to be changed for the fit J i iI

I lit: better. Some come by train some come by air, ,fit I

:n some come by car to see Rev.. W. J. Fair. fit I

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P !! I
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Phone FR 3-9481 ; 3; Hear Rev. Fair over WMDM >rHfRe WAhlfyiNO 'J. r
1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. n
; ; starting March 9, 12:30: every

g w Sunday. y ,nl t
m "Easter Is Near-April 6-Lay Away Now!" N ,
Rev. W. J. Fair knows many people have been '! ill' t
m Easter filled Baskets .50.2.50 Boys Sock ............ pair .29 h the of the CROSS. He B Easter Dresses .... 1.982,98 Boys Long Pants pair 1.00 h helped through power 'C ,Jlin
III Bouffant Slips ..._.. ea. 1.89 Boys Shirt .................... 1.89 ays-you can be a success. You can enjoy iU

Easter Hats ...>............ 1049 Boys Hats .................... 1.10 Good Health, you can be loved and wanted. % pel K
Lii Hat & Bag Set ......._ 2.25 Boys Suits, 2 pec. ....... 1.00 l 1 7 Ej'
Pocketbooks _...__ AI Bow Ties ...-...-_.... .*. 49 :' Order your CROSS e

Socks ...___..... pair .2t Baby Diaper Sets ........ .89 j
Ribbons ___eo yard .05 Baby Shoe ..___....... A9 :*? Send $3.00 cash or money order. No COD's t" uggsJf
Cotton Dresses _..._ 1.00 Baby Bonnet ................ 1.00 accepted.
Panties _..._. pair .23 Baby Dresses ................. .89

; 2449 Seventh Avenue
Simplicity pattern Money" Orders Sold Every Day : cw--"'- w ....,.........
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1958\ West America's Broward

--. Key Southernmost City
County ,

I FAMU to Dedicate


Mrs Annie Sweeting, 1026 I
Four New Howe St. end Roosevelt Sweeting, I DEATHS Walter Bowe
Buildiugs New York City wish to announce I I Charles Cleare died, Feb. 20 at

the engagement of their daughter, Monroe General Hospital after a meets
---- Jean A. to Clarence Haggins, son long illness. Star: Light Lodge No. 542
By Charles J, Smith, III of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley: Haggins, Funeral services were held on 8 pm at the Masonic
321 Mickens Lane. I Feb. 23 from Cornish Memorial Temple on Pembroke Road. All
TALLAHASSEE Dedicationof ACAL NEAR OFr The bride-elect Is a graduate of AME Zion Church} with Rev. A. members are asked to be present.
four buildings, constructed at Douglass High School and Is now Franklin Hooper officiating. C. Johnson, W. M.

a cost of $2,045,000, will highlight FilcIad4 employed at Sher's Jewelry He leaves to mourn two devoted -
traditional Founders' week- Store. daughters Mrs. Elizabeth
end observance at the Florida A fI / A2c| Haggins, a graduate of Cash, Miss Sarah Cleare; three Starldghtt+ Commandary No. at
and M University, March 79. Opinion Douglass In 1956* 1 i$ now stationed sisters, Mrs. Wilhelmlna Sands, meets Sunday, March 9, 3 p-m.
AU members
During the 1&57 observance the at Albuquerque! N. M. Mrs. Beatrice Sumner and Mrs. the Masonic asked be Te ent.
Julia Dames. five nieces three are
; ,
dedicated two buildingsthat
II. Commander. ,I
Obediah Ferguson,
cost $1,500,000.Structures nephews and a hoist of friends.

to be dedicated Fri- Walter Lippmann writes "Our Heavenly Gospel Singer Mrs. Annie Lowe of 106 OliviaSt. \vi
will in concert. at Bethel
day, March 8 are Perry-Paige schools and colleges are overwhelmed I VME appear Church March ., died Monday night, March The C. W. H. Fire Department
Agriculture and Home Economics by the growth of the on Sunday, 3 at Monroe General Hospital meeting Monday
,6 under the of WIllie will hold its

Building $1,250,000: Guest House population they are supposed to after a short illness. Funeral
; Ward. The singers services night, March 10 at th- home of '
Commons educate and they are under featuring will be conducted SUn- I ;
University ,
$45,000 on
; I All members are
Cecil: Blair known the thunderbolt C. B.
as I'
addition $250,000; and Student enormous pressure for the mos4 of the Deep South will day, March 9 at 2:30 pm from requested to be present. This organization -
Union, $500,000. part irresistible to lower their appear at 8:30) pan. Proceeds, wille Bethel AME Church' where she wishes to tharik every- t
intellectual standards. There is an i was a faithful member. The Rev. Fireman'sAnnual
> used to help off the mortgage one who attended the !
The agriculture and home eco- pay -
ominous in American
tendency W. A. Zanders will officiate.
nomics building will be named in : on the church' a project on B ll end made it a suc- ;
education to teach more and more She Is survived by three i
honor of the late B. L. Perry Sr., less which all the units of the organization cess. Thanks again. I'
students less and of the daughters, Mrs. Arleane Page of I'A5T
former head of the departmentof great disciplines which form ac. : are now working. Tampa; Mrs. Cathrixie Roberts of
agriculture and long-time faculty Tickets are now on sale. Be
educated man Miami; Mrs. Florine Bain of Key
member> of A and M, and the ;ure and; buy one for this great West; two sisters Mrs. Lucille MA'ICSI I
cause and let 'us make this affaira
late Miss Ellen O. Paige, who
Generally speaking capital Investment Miller of New York; Mrs. Bea-
joined the home economics facul- by industry is substantially grand success. trice McJntosh of Key West; nine vut_sIpple- d .= sebass. :;

school ty in October, 1887 its the doors.year Miss the : down from the very Celebrating birthdays in Marchare grandchildren, three great grand If! !'i .fr i..ra'w '
high levels of last A major' I children, a host of nieces, f
Paige served continuously until year. : Mrs. Isabelle Roberts, Mrs. :=t = f
exception to this rule is the electric I Susan Davis, Mrs. Nathalie nephews and sorrowing friend- wa duap
1925. She rejoined the staff in
utility industry. Gene Smith : Sympathy Is extended to the
1938, serving for an additional 1 Carey, Mrs. Zerlena Reckley bereaved families J A J DRUG DEPT. STORE
writes in the New York Times Mrs. LaVerne Barnes, Mrs. Sarah of the above
period of a year. that the utilities will spend : Roberts, Mrs. Sarah Cleare Mis deceased. 410 N.W. 62nd 81, Miami, Fla

Founder's observance will begin $5,300,000,000 this year for expansion Elise Gallagher, Mrs. Martha
formally Friday, March 7 at a new record. They Welters, Mrs. Beaulah Pinder,
10 o'clock with! traditionalFounders' will add 16,400,000 kilowatts to Alonzo Butler, William E. Briggs,
assembly. Speaker for their capacity, also a new record.A Willie Wiggins, E. J. Boldon, BEN H. ATKINSON, JR., D.D.S.

the occasion will be Dr. W. A. Robert L. Dobbs, Archie C. Pin-
Bdsson, class of '22, director of: Ford Motor Co. executive der Jr. and Little Keith A. Pin. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
Bisson's Clinic and Hospital In reports that wages and salaries I rI r

Memphis, Tenn. paid by U. S. corporations have FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY

Alumni meeting has been Increased 75 per cent in the last' GLAND TROUBLE

scheduled for Saturday 10 years, while profits as a percent : OFFICE HOURS 10 to 2 ,. 4 8 1
morning 'of sales have declined 35 I Ailments : a.m. p.m p.m. to p.m. \
at 11 o'clock. At 2 pan the traditional And
cent. This he demonstrates by Appointment
per says, ,
visit to the of the
graves P.alnt In BACK HIPS I
that' wages and not prof- LEGS
Founders' whose remains
rest in
its are a major inflationary in- Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR,
Tallahassee will be made. fluence. WEAKNESS 6705 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone PL 7.5601

If you are a victim of these
Sunday morning at 6 Mrs. Lucille -
G. Coleman, principal of Reports from Washington indicate symptoms then your trouble may
Arlington Elementary School that if business doesn't be traced to Glandular Inflam
Jacksonville' will deliver the show an upturn by mid-year mation of the Prostrate Gland.
1 Founders' vespers message. A reception there is a distinct possibility of i Neglect of Glandular inflammation
in the Student Union the Administration and Congress I often leads to premature SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER
Building will follow. approving a reduction in the individual loss of function, low vitality, lor
vigor, or malignancy.Why .
9 9I income tax. Opinions surgery
differ as to how this should be Suffer Delay and 2186 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 3-2691
I done. 'Some want a straight percentage Get Wo..fModern
E WHY IS cut; others favor in- Methods Bring
crcatng' exemptions.' Gratifying Results HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Without Surgery In Most Cases
Acordlng to a newspaper account -
930 ? a large Massachusetts high Hours: Mon., Tues, Fri., Sat.
school spent more on athletics in 10) a.m. 5 p.m.
i late year than on science and Closed Wed., Thurs.
mathematics! combined. SOUTHERN CLINIC

A. U. S. News and World Report DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC

At* MSONRY .'HQ'M" article points out that sales 2847 Coral Way

OR J BEDROOMS '>f foreign-made cars, most of Near 27th Ave. 3197 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla.
t :lJki . which axe small economical
nociels, are rolling right along in The General Clinic la well equipped and offers you excellent
his country. The 1958 total is expected .
to be 400,000, as againsta Clinical and Medical Services for the care and treatment of all

mere 34,500 in 1954. Volkswagen FOR SALE Illness, diseases, bodily Injuries and physical disorders of
still leads by a big margin -
followed by Renault.A all types for the entire family. PreMarital Blood tests, Health

BY SUMMONSPROPERTY I Cards and Workmen's Comfensatlon Insurance Cases.
FAVMEN* jQir lipftHO reliable estimate says the
maintence of records costs American MANAGEMENT Office Hours: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday
.'tftttf.t ;S<3|* burin ess a cool $12 billion a Reliable
Efficient Dependable
year which explains the fast 24 Hours Phone Service Dr. James T. Ross
increasing use of electronic com- 2.Bedroom Dads County pine Phone Hllwid
C vvi uv toT( $ puters and memory machines home. Must be seen to appreciate I : Director
Located at 3270 NW 51st terr I
Total price $8,900; $ ,500 first
Towner Phelan writes in ThFreeman < down payment, balance like rent
: flIt all power is concentrated Now open for Inspection.
MEM8EH' OF MIAMI' 'BEACH in the State, it is of nr

importance, in the long run, Brand new CBS 2-bedroom ATTENTION NEW OPENING

whether that State represents home, 7549 NW 14th ave. Hardwood FIRST TIME IN MIAMI
communism, fascism, British socialism floor, tile features, close to (LADY FROM CENTER HILL) ,
or Welfare Statism, car- bus line; paved streets, sidewalks.
ried to its logical conclusion, or Total I price $13,900; first down
any other 'him. The men who payment $1,600. Now open for MADAM MARS
Jtikv t control such
w a State may start Inspection.
with the best intentions but
they will end as bloody tyrants. BUSINESS PROPERTY AND ADVISER

Tt is except impossible in favor to reject of Ibs capitalIsm only- Restaurant fully equipped. Now If you need help to overcome Bad
-4"ted at $100 month. New
alternative, the omnipotent State, CBS building located at 6351 Luck, Spells or Evil Influences. If you

1 under and his which man cannot be free NW 18th ave. Total price $7,500. seem to be crossed in Luck, Sick in body or mind . ,
dignity will be .
not re

$ down $85 month.
We build according to spected.U. ,500 per I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU!

your plans or our Twobedroom all CBS home Has the one you love changed? I can tell you why! .', ;

investment. S. railroads constitute a total with Florida room, hardwood Let me explain higher powers to you now. I do what ,., ;',1
No down paymentUse about 60 of around $35 blUioi floor, builtIn fireplace, locatedat others claim to do. ',:, ,':::.'
cent in
your lotaaaaaaQ ing property stock.and 40 per cent in roll- $12,500 1459; down NW 55th payment it Full$2,600 price bers.Gives Satisfaction you your Lucky guaranteed.Days and your Lucky Num "

1i'& U' and $80 per month. Come let 104 make you Lucky, Happy and SuccessfulOpen

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Reading for Colored and White

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Central Building Contractor COLD CUTS COSMETICS
I 4.2448 or HI 8-0173
208 N.W. 10th St. 2590 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami Fla.TH
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) THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper" Dade County Civil

Service Exams

a r 10 Schools Offering TV County officer Written will Personal examination be held at Department for the police Dade,

2600 West Flagler St., March 14
t at 9 a.m. Applications will be accepted
Courses In DadeFourth up to noon Thursday

King of Clubs take over $25 bankroll will be the winner's March 6. Applicants must be
Bayfront Park ballroom for their take. Contestants may apply by male, 21-35; high school gradu-
ate at least 5 feet 9, .and not more
annual ( and Last In a eerie) ;
prom tonightMiami's 400 filling out application blank on periment said:
will be out in than 6 feet 4. Weight must be in
their finest andthat's
for sure . Another look. page of this issue of the Times. By ELLIOTT J. PIEZEIn "We have an obligation constantly proportion to the standard of the
Shaplies from Key West to Palm
ed forward to dance is the Nation to seek ways of Improving height and weight chart. Vision
addition .
Beach enter . to Dunbar Elementary
may Phyllis 20130 in each eye 2020( | binocular -
al Alliance of Postal Employees opportunities for learning.
Wheatley Art and Social Club is School which I've discussed
Thus (without glasses) and normal
the '
annual affair at the Jim Jam Educational Television
planning its anniversary banquetand in the three previous articles in
color vision and
Club next Friday night . The fashionetta for the Liberty this series, other schools 'offering experiment deserves our concen- hearing.
Royal 20's party is scheduled for Square audit April 10. Educational TV courses In Dade trated attention, our understanding I Starting salary is $206 and
the Harlem Square on the 21st County Include: Hialeah, Miami and support because it has in maximum, $380 per month. Ap-
. Biggest and best dance of the Jack, Miami and Northwesternsenior : it such great possibilities" plicants must apply in person.
season was the Square Circle hUh schools; Dorscy North OTHER CITIES
Sportsmen Club Complimentary THE LOYAL BUDDIES (a fine Miami and. Westview junior high EDUCATIONAL TV Closing, date for applicationsfor :
Ball at Bayfront Park last Thurs. i group of guys) are mailing out schools; Miami Park and Palm Mosquito Control Inspector
day night More than 1,000 guests invites to their 12th anniversary Springs elementary schools.In In addition to Miami, other No. 1 is March 10 noon. Written
brought elaborate buffet lunches ball March 19 . The James cities throughout the nation examination will be on March 18;
and everybody had a whale of a Harrises are announcing the mar the center ,high schools the where educational television Is 9 am. Applicants must be high
time. We wish more clubs would riage of their friend Myrtice 10th and 11th grades receive the being offered are: school graduates or have experience -
give buffet-dances of this type. Little John to Everette Beckwith TV. course. The topic, for., the Olahoma, Witch Ita, 8t. Louis, in insect control and sanita-
March 1 . Daisy: Edward and 10th grade la English and for the Milwaukee, Detroit, Philadelphia, tion. Vision' and hearing must be
Joe Silers Jr. will have theirs 11th grade, American History In Norfolk, Atlanta, Cincinnati and good and must have a valid Fla.
"LONG Live the Kino" the March 23 in the Grove . Mary i the Junior high schools, the 7th Onvaha.t chauffeur's license.
Nicks and Albert Scott's nuptial and 8th grades receive the TV
saying, but some teenage ruffians reception will be later this month Instruction "Science" la the top. The evaluation of the experl Salary starts at $266 and the
had other ideas over the weekend . Sunday the 16th Ruben lo of the 7th grade lecture, and ment In Dade Is being directedby maximum is $202.
when they roughed up Carl-: Thompson and Teresa Miles will "United States Hletory," the an evaluation advisory com.
ton "King" Coleman, the WFEC explain things to the preacher. theme of the lecture to the 8th mlttee made up of school admin
disc Jockey ace. It happened in grade. Utrators and faculty members of any day, Monday through Friday
front of the Booker Terrace Motel the University of Miami's School TV station WTHS, channel 2 from
where the King lives PURPOSE OF EXPERIMENTThe of Education The experimental 9350: for the elementary schools
Naomi Kyder Bain is visiting from GREATER MIAMI Temple's14th classes are being matched with 95 to li:10: for the junior high
Boston . Lucy Oliver shapely anniversary celebration is basic .purpose of this experiment central group; standardized tests 1 schools and 125: to 2:40 for the
Phyllis Wheatley schoolmarm, is Friday, March 14 at the Harlem. in Educational TV is to were administered In Septemberof senior high.
sporting a diamond sparkler on This will kick off the entertain see whether or not the quantityand lilt year and will again be administered I
the third finger, left hand. The ment season for the Elks . That quality of learning may be In April this year. It.1s. the opinion of this writer
lucky guy Is U. G. Horne, FAMU Night in Nassau, a Clyde Killens' increased and improved through that the surface has barely been
prof . Note to Harry Pinckney: brain child, In behalf of Greater the use of television as a re. In closing may I again remind scratched in the potential of edu
Call me for an important messa&e. Miami Elks Lodge, is March 23. source in teaching large classesin you that in addition to the students cational TV. I predict that the
This annual affair is colorful and certain areas of subject matter. I In the various classrooms, experiment win not only prove
.loaded with laughs, calypso and Dade County's superintendent ,parents and others back home successful but will, in the not too
good times . 'Shine drinkers of public instruction Dr Joe may also benefit from the educational distant future, supplant many of
ALL In New York may feel a little re- Hall in commenting on the school TV classes offered by the the present and former methodsof
MIAMIAN8 are proud of lieved after a scare when 21 persons ,board's responsibility in the ex- county school system Tune in classroom: instructions, and will
the way our NAACP officials : died and 50 hospitalized last develop into a most important
handled themselves before the I week. It was. .first reported that I I phase ext the educational systemOf
Legislative Committee. Miami is poison moonshine was being sold I this and other states.
real fortunate to have leadership in the East Harlem area, but I
of the calibre of Gibson, Graves, I authorities nabbed a man who In-Around The ,BahamasBy
Graham etc. And now that you confessed that he had stolen some FOR RENTCCMPLETELY
see exactly where those dollarsgo wood alcohol and he and others A. H. McKENZiE
that you give to the NAACP diluted the stuff and sold it for Furnished house,
leff dig a little deeper and give the illegal white lightning . 1034 NW 58th st. NE 5-8915.
a little: more. There is nothing so James E. Scott Association
an. witha Hanna Quiet neighborhood. No water
Nassau has been plagued. I
precious as freed1so
your nual and
don't let anybody take it membership meeting series of destruction by fire for I bll. $16.50 weekly.
away. buffet is March 26.
supper more than two consecutive weeks. Mrs. Wilfred A. Smith, 75, of
During that period of terror it Is I George Town, Exuma, died on
---- -- -- -- ---------- - estimated that more than a half Feb. 25 at Princess Margaret FOR SALE
THE CONTESTANTS were few million dollar damage was done I Hospital. She was flown to' Nas.
but Maxine Bethel's bathing to property. Arson is suspectedin sau ten days before her death for 4-Bedroom 2 Bath
beauty contest highlighted the most of the cases, and the an emergency operation. She is
golftournamcnt events of the for Your Wedding Criminal Investigation Dept is survived by her husband and two 2 Car Garage Home

evening last Wednesday not to working hard to find the culprits. ,, sons HARDWOOD AND
mention the burlap choose only
bag come on, TERRAZZO FLOORS
it was unique especially after
The United Bahamian Party, a Cable Beach was jarred at 8:13pjn. :
sacks.viewing The what baggy came look out Is what of those the c wutut& new political set-up comprising on Feb. 26 when an explosion Cor. 67th St. and

gals go for now, and some of 'em the majority group in the House badly damaged a Sunbeam 24th Ct.
are not so bad. Mary Adams ErtqiavcdRnttcruVtltem (it Assembly, made its bow to' the convertible car parked oppositethe
walked away with first prize, but public last week. The party has headquarters of the staff at Open Sun. 2 to 5 or
F.merald Beach Hotel. The
not too far behind was Mary Britf INVITATIONS presented a 20-point platform explosion Call JE 1-5973
heard for miles
which alms at rapid development Away,
They say Mary's appearance on believed to be that of
this occasion drew national at Qf the entire Colony; extension 'of dynamite.
traction. A modeling outfit in New the franchise to' all males over
York is making fine offers to her. 21; labor laws permitting all
workers to' join trade unions with
provisions for minimum wages; SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT
IOOCornpkte better housing for lower Income
SOUTH FLORIDA State Fair soups; Improvement in educational -
+, opens to you A special attractionfor health and other facilities. NOW OPEN
Sunday March 16 will be It is too early to say whether
Negro Achievement Day To high TIMES this Is just a "pacifier" or not.'One .

light this affair a Miss Bronze. 0740 N.W. 15th Ave. PL 4612ft "Slick
vile Beauty Contest will take of the causes which had to ChickFeaturing
1112 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 3223C
place. A beautiful trophy plus a do' with the taxi-cab strike recently I
was removed_ on _Feb. 24
In the court, when Magistrate :SL'I to Go-Mouthwatering
: George ruled that a tour car is
ENTRY BLANK taxi-cab and Is subject to the
same laws requiring license to BAR B Q CHICKENS & RIBS
South Florida State Fair operate.

With our specially prepared regular or hot sauce

Miss Bronzeville Beauty ,Contest The Florida 'toys" who fall
into the hands of the law for
telling "number tickets" need not

! NAME .......................................................................................................... think that they have an the bid BEST PRICES IN TOWN
luck in the world. Granville Sy-
monette was caught in the same
ADD R E SS .....................................................'......................................... business at Governor's Harborlast
November. On Feb. 24 the "Eat Out" At HomeFree

' AGE ................ BUST ................ HIPS I ................ W A 1ST................ court' fined him $840 or one year
1n roonment. His assistant, 19-
Please enclose a photo. You mutt be between 18 to 25 and year-old Frederick Brennan, was Local Delivery Anytime"For

unmarried. Mall blank ,by March 25 to: Mr. Bronzeville Beauty fined $28 and was cautioned by
the Judge.
Contest, Maxine Bethel 1231 N.W. 68th 8t., Miami, Fla. the best chicken this side of heaven,

Canon Addlngton Johnson was
inducted and installed as rector of Call FRanklin one o six one seven"
St. Matthew's Parish by the Lord
Bishop of Nassau on Sunday. FRanklin 1-0617
Canon Johnson is a native son,

ROCKLAND PalaceYour Eleuthera.born at He Governor's arrived from Harbor Bar Special rates to Churches, Organizations, Parties, etc.

bados on Feb. 26 with Mrs.
Johnson' and his sister Miss
Biggest Dollar Value in Kathleen Johnson. r

Liquors, Package Goods and BeveragesThe The case of the 37 men charged -
with obstructing traffic In the 1033 H. W. 3rd Avenne

Windsor Field strike on last No. ,
Finest Foods at Popular Prices vember 2, was dismissed by the I N

I court on Feb. 26. They were represented Miami, Florida C"The ,
829 NW. 2nd Avenue Phone FR 4-9943
by Messrs. L. O. Plnd-
t t 11n.t, L. B. Johnson and A. D.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" 1 Tuskegeans Surprise PartyMr.

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1958 and Mrs. Spellman Royal I
The SpotlightThe were entertained at a surprise
,party on their 32nd wedding anniversary -
Miami Tuske>gee Club is Saturday, March 1.
Letter The Editor
to in the process of planning for its
annual spring tea, The plans will The party was held In the backyard
be completed at the regular of the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Says Probe Sought to meeting of the club on Saturday Freddie Barkley, 2081 RutlandSt.

March 8 at 8 p.m. at the ., Opa Locka.
home of Mrs. Dorothy D. Harris, :
2515 NW 67th st. Those helping In, the celebra-
Smear NAACPDear tion were Mr. and Mre. David
FOR SALE The proceeds from the tea will Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Letaniel
go to increase our scholarshipfund. Griffin, Mr. and Mirs. Edward "'
Talble-top Stove (Norge) In Foster Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell
Editor, good condition; also trombone Williams and Mr. and Mrs. John
Royal Twenties (Sterling) in good condition. A very fine evening is being Royal, also present were the 13
As one who was an eyewitnessthe Reasonable price. PL 70973. planned and an outstanding grand children of Mr. and Mrs. 1
recent hearings of the Florida speaker. will be heard.
Legislative Investigating Committee Install LUNCH SHOP, completely equipped Watch for the complete announcement Royal. "
concerning the subject of and doing good business. 314 next week. a
communist infiltration into various Gladys Thurston, reporterThe NW 16th terrace. FR 3-4360 or
organizations, permit me to Royal Twenties Women's FR 30149. Drive CarefullyNew 1
make the following observations Club held its installation serviceson Value Value 1i
wncernuxj this ,prot/e: ( Sunday, Feb. 23, at 11 a.m. slip good condition;
at St. Paul AME Church, Rev.T. $45. Call FR 4-2912. i
1. It obvious from 50th Street
,I was ( newspaper Near
C. Kelly, pastor, The ceremony
accounts and from the Lovely HomesOpen I
was conducted by the city and
hearings themselves that the sol $595 Cash
!tate Federated presidents, Mrs. FOR RENTONE ,
Intent was to link the NAACP M. Davis and Mrs. Elizabeth E. Partly furnished, ,2-bedroom CBS. from 3>5 p.m. 2 bedroom,
with communism for the purpose ohnson. BEDROOM! APT. Unfur-, $75.00 month oayment Hurry I Florida room, 2338 NW 55th terr.
or attempting to discredit this nished. Building: just completed. See today. $9,500. 2901 N.W. 43rd Terr. Garage and
legality constituted and legally The setting was beautiful. Many 524 NW 22nd st. FR 93576. hardwood floors. "
functioning organization. thanks to Mrs. Davis and Mrs. lots
Near 57th street and 14th avenue Cash paid your
Johnson for their efforts. Added ROOM for single woman in quiet '
in which this Build on your lot or mineLots \
!2. The manner
thanks to Rev. Kelly and his neighborhood. 776 NW 65th st. $1,495 CashExcellent for sale ) t
so-called investigation was conducted -
I group. We are indeed igrateful. Phone PL 44546. Mrs. Williams. Kit. '"
the impropriety of cer- 2.bedroom CBS. JE 8.1340--BARON ,,
then furnished, barrel! tile roof, p
propounded by
tain questions Our regular meeting also was MODERN furnished room. Use of I,
counsel for the committee and the held on the 23rd at 5:15: p.m. at home facilities. 1986 NW 57th st. hardwood floors. $12,500 total. -
implication of the chairman at its the home of Mrs. Beatrice Harrison Phone NE 4-1290. I FOR SALE i
conclusion that to refuse to sub- :3650 Frow ave. We were 12th Avenue and 57th Street .' i.
mit to obvious harassment and honored to have some very fine Baths i.t t
5 Bedrooms 2
denial of guaranteed Constitu- guests from Cuba visit with us. BEAUTY on two lots> corner ,
tional rights is an indication of There were some recordingsmade HELP WANTED Lovely CBS partly furnished, tile location 3 :
.guilt, is a distortion and debasement which we had played backto roof, hardwood floors, $3,500 cash desirable ,\
of the laws of our land. us and they proved interest- OPPORTUNITIES for Negro men will handle. Reduced to $19,500 bedroom hardwood floor ,i
ing. and women. We pay as you learn. total.
3. It appears to me that the position Phone FR. 4..1 SOl. vanitorie 2901
taken by the NIAACP and !Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Jesse the CALL OR VISIT garage, ,

its officers in this situation, hostesses, served a delightful The Exclusive Beauty Shop has Gold Coast Realty NW 43rd terr. Lots for sale.
f namely, that :it is a fundamental repast. jt L...a, opening for 3 operators. The
Constitutional right for people phone number has been changedto 4301 N.W 2nd Ave... Cash for your lots. Baron,
c "peaceably to assemble" and PL 79237. ind. PL 4-5508
challenging the authority of the JE 81340.
committee to endanger that right Crusade For
by,demanding records and membership NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
lists is one which reaffirms . NAME LAW
this guarantee for not I Freedom on WMBMBe NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
It's too late to have
only the NAACP but for all never your
that undersigned, desiring to i
sure to listen to
a new pro-
Alvin R. Berckmann engage in business under the fictitious -
Tam on WMBM produced by GRADUATION PHOTO Made
dances name of SLICK CHICK,
437 Valencia Ave. Freedom" it 1033 NW Third Aye. in the
Coral Gables 1 every Sunday City of Miami, Florida, Intendsto \
to 1:30 pan Cap and Gown Furnished. Also tassel with your
4 March 3, 1958 register the said name with
Miss Henderson will furnish the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
school's colon
you with all the requirements I Dade County, Florida.
; WHY IS bout registration.The Dated at Miami, Florida, this
first day of March, 1958. .-
motto for the program is Lionel Fahrer and
"Segregation:. is Against Every- Joe Gutnick,

: 930 ? thing Stands For the" Christian Religion Owners M22 Prom Backdrop Available for Prom Photos

For information write Frances
Henderson radio station WMBM MONROE MUSIC HOUSE Miami
..,............................................ MacArthur Causeway, Miami Johnson of
Beach. Everything In Gospel; Music.
WILL BUILDON Everything for the church. Also 1182 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 1.9541
church furniture, Baptist stand-
OUR LOTSIN f' = ::: ard hymnals, AME hymnals. 242
WARNER NW 8th St., apt. 5. FR 36493.

OPA LOCKA HINES, Inc. r"'if'

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Range . I Rites for Mrs. Delia

I loving memory of our dear Frank: MoCray of 10275 SW Thompson SaturdayMrs.
family of the late Mable P. Mrs. Josephine( Powell of 14700 170th terrace, Perrine, died at
brother"r' Woodard takes this method to Polk St., Richmond Heights, died Jackson Memorial Hospital on
__ :... ;, .I.!" :1 thank all kind friends' neighbors Feb. 27. Funeral services will be Feb. 28. He is survived by his Delia Thompson of 2245

and relatives for their expressions held Saturday, March 8 at Mt. widow, Jessie, his mother, and NW 65th street, died on Sunday
1'r 1 10f sympathy offered during the Ollvett Baptist Church, South other relatives. Local services March 2 at Paravilla Convales
Illness and death of beloved Miami at 2 Rev. E. T. Brown
our p.m. were conducted on Monday at
cent Home. A native of Eufaula,
vS' 4.i, Pall, wife, mother and grandmother.To officiating. Mrs. Powell is sur- Hurst Chapel, Perrine. He was Ala., Mrs. Thompson was a school
those who sent cards, let- vived by a nephew, George Harden shipped to Kissimmee, Fla. for teacher for a number of yean.
ters, telegrams, florals and the Interment Paradise Memorial final rites.
I Because of another occupation,
of their heartfelt Park.
use cars, our
she was also. known as "The Old
thanks. Special remembrance to
Bishop J. H. Miller, Elder J. Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Cash of :Mrs. Mary Parker of 2344 NW I Shoemaker," by many, of her
Watson and members of the The 1124C NW 4th ave., died Feb. 28 71st terrace., died as the resultof
First Born Church of The Living at Jackson Hospital. Funeral ser- an accidental drowning on Mrs. Thompson spent. the last
God and the Francis Funeral vices will be held Friday, March March 4. She is survived by her two years of her life in Miami
Home for special service render 7 at St. Agnes Episcopal Church husband, Walter, her parents, Mr. living with relatives. She was not
ed. Thanks again to everybody for at 10 ajn. Rev. John E. Culmer and Mrs. Mose Marcus, a son and widely known in this community,
everything.Mrs. officiating Survivors are her other relatives. Funeral services but those who knew her feel that
Leather E. Saunders, husband, George; son, Joseph will be conducted on Monday, they've lost a very dear friend In
daughter Cumberbatch. Interment in Lin- March 10, the time and place tobe her passing.
\Htosie Woodard, husband coln. announced.Mrs. .
And Family Funeral services will be heldon
Mrs. Essie Mae Lang of No. 1 Saturday at 3 pm. at the New

Church St., Princeton died Feb Georgia Home of 1370 Mt. Calvary Baptist Church at
IN MEMORIAMIn U at Jackson Memorial Hospital NW 61st st, died at Jackson Me- 7103 NW 22nd ave. in Liberty
Funeral service was held on Sat- mortal' Hospital on March 4. She City under the direction of the

sad but loving memory of urday March 1 at Morning Star b survived by six sons, a daughter Range Funeral Home, with the
our dear son and brother, Baptist Church at 1 p.m. Rev. several grandchildren and Rev. W. p, Tarpley, officiating.
HARRY ELGINROUNDTREE Fai'son officiating. Survivors area other relatives. She will lie
...,,,.. in
--- ---- Mrs. Thompson is survived
SR. son, Johnny Futch and other repose at the chapel on Friday by
who departed this life March 7, relatives. Interment in Lincoln. and will be shipped on Friday" t three Mrs.: Lecvonla nieces, Mrs.McClain Daisy and Pincher Mrs.

1857. : 10 pm to Adel, Ga., for final
lie is gone but not forgotten s Samuel Cyril of 916 NW 2nd rite Ella Johnson, two nephews, Al-
I bert Mallard and Alfred Glover
To that Heavenly home above court died Feb. 18 at home. Funeral -
services were held Saturday and several other relative
Some sweet day we long to meet
him March 1 at 10 am. in the chapel. Mrs. Viola McPherson of 2098

And share in his infinite love. w Rev. E. M. Blocker officiated. NW 76th st., died at Jackson Memorial .

God knows how much we miss Survivors are a wife, Gladys. Interment Hospital on March 5. Sht Thank You
in Lincoln. Is survived by her husband, nine
shall sons and daughters, and other
Never your memory fade relatives. The time Mrs. Blsby Taylor, 2044 NW
Loving thoughts shall always Mrs. Maible Woodard of 14221 and place of
wander NW 24th ave., Opa Lodes, died the funeral will be announcedover th court wishes to thank her

To the spot where :you were laid. Feb. 15 at Magnolia Hospital. local radio stations. elatives and many friends for

Josephine Simmons, sister Funeral was held Feb. 22 at FirstBorn their many kindnesses, flowers
of the Living God Church
William Roundtree brother ,
and cards given: during her ill
Bishop J. II. Milton officiated.
Harry Rnudtree Jr., son ST. JAMES A.M.E.Dr. .
Survivors are a hUSband Hosea, ness.
Ronnie Roundtree, son
George Roundtree, son and other relatives. Interment in A. Joseph Reddick, pastor

Mary Roundtree, daughter Lincoln. Mrs. C. W. Brooks, reporter

Mrs. Clara Dav a 1816 NW Accepted into full membership Drive Carefullyntal.

i IN MEMORIAM 5th place died Fcflx 12 at Jackson on last Sunday were the following -
Memorial JHiospiui.' Funeral service : Henry L. Johnson, a convert;
t'', In sad but loving memory of was held on Fcto. 22 at the Mrs. R. V. Hudson; Charlie Bos-
our dear son, husband, father and African Orthodox Church at two well; Berneva Allen, and Elouise "
brother CAMPBELL "Dubber" MOSS Griffin. The services During both services he is
p.m. Father Charles F. Cooper, throughout
expected to be at his best.
who passed away on March 6, officiated She is survived by a ho day were most challenging

1957. daughter, Mrs. Ernestine Smith nd l Inspirational. Ushers board number one of
May he rest in peace and may and a host of other relatives. Interment whkh Mrs. Classic Porter Is
light perpetual shine upon him. in Lincoln. ty" will be Confronts' Socle- president. will celebrate its 33rd
r1s taught during the
Mrs. Dome Moss, mother
{ anniversary Sunday: afternoon at
, Campbell Moss Sr., father Alfred Edgccombe, con of Mrs. Sunday School period which opens 3:30 p.m. Dr. G. W. Hawkins will
Mrs. Mae Bell Moss, Pauline Edecombe of 1351 NW Jt 9:30 a.m, under the supervision be the principal speaker during
twin sister died Fob. 16 Dade it Bro. C. S. Hall and staff.
at place at this celebration. Many of the
Eugene Moss, son County hospital. Services were Choir number two and the city's outstanding personalitieswill
I Tyrone Williams, nephew held in the chapel Feb. 25. Jospel Chorus will furnish the appear on the program. The

Brown, music during the 11 o'clock mom, various ushers boards from all
son of Mr. ng worship period'. The pastor churches are invited to share in
f CARD OF THANKSThe and Mrs. Elizabeth Borwn of sill preach from the theme" The the fellowship of this 33rd occa-
y. family of the late 14240 NW 22nd ave. died March Arm of The Lord; ," and at thr lon. A delicious repast will be
1 at Jackson Hospital. Interment vetting service he will speak served at the close of this anniversary

n Dade County cemetery March from the sUbJect, "Personal De- celebration.

Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Carl

Cheeseborough, 2198 NW 68th RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
ttM ,A at.. terrace died Feb. 27. Interment xn
Dade County cemetery March 4.

I David Forbes, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Forbes of 2297 Rut-

..nd< St., died Fob. 21. Funera. Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
was held Fd 26 at Mt. Olivette
Primitive Baptist Church at 3:
WILLIAM ADDERLEY I ,,m. Rev. I. C. Micklns officiated 3-5900
who departed this life March 9, interment in LlncoUl.I .

Shall claim of death cause us to Ronald Miller of 1717 NW 2nd
grieve, $c'r
court died Feb. 28 at Jackson
And make our courage faint or Memorial Hospital. Funeral services -

, fall? will be held on Saturday,
" Nay, let no faith and hope receive March 8 at Temple Baptist
lust aa it will forevermore. 'Church at 3 pjn. Interment in
The Adderley Family Uncoln. Rev. Thompson officiat

,! B. Solomon Funeral Home
ing.Mr. Miller is survived by his
mother, Mrs. Maude Andrews, (letablMfcd 1926))
I step father, Robert Andrews.
11 In loving memory of our dear LAFAYETTE CAlL
pother and grandmother, takes this method to thank the Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service

a1 MRS. LORETTA PERPALL many kind friends, neighbors and
who departed this life March 6, relatives for the many card, let- Thank You NoteThe Funerals Within Range of Each Budget
'1956. ers, telegrams, Dowers and the

14 Gone, but not forgotten.The use of cars extended-during the family of the late,
and burial of our lovedne.
Family death. MR. IVERY JOHNSON
r > Kind rememberances to the thank the following
wishes to
St. John Baptist Church family, people and organizations for 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440
Rev. Thedford Johnson, pastor, '
kindnesses shown during his re-
and the Richardson Mortuary cent Illness and, death.
services rendered.The .
family of the late Family The community of Richmond

. CHARLES CLEARE Heights, Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, the
wish to thank their friends for' American Legion Post No. 281, "A Living Service tor the Living"
thcr kindness shown to them in CARD OF THANKSWe. of Richmond Heights, the Pan
Their sadness. American Porter Club, Marvin
Special thanks to those who Roy Stevens, and all the other Range Funeral Home
the late
sera telegrams cards of sympathyand the family fine people for their flower,
Coral pieces, also to those MRS. DIANA HUYLERof cards, letters, telegrams and other
vho gave us the use of their cars. Nassau, Bahamas, who died kind gestures of sympathy. OSCAR AND ATHALII RANGE, Owners
I 'Thanks to Monroe Genera Feb. 25, 1W8, wish to thank all Special thanks to the Bain's

-staff, nurses and doctors and to kind friends who rallied to our Funeral Home for its efficient PHONES PL 4-7468 PL 1.1331 '.
the pastor 'Rev. A. F. Hooper of assistance during her sickness, and courteous services, and to
Cornish Memorial Ala Zion death and burial. Elder Wells of the Church of God v
Church and the Allen Funeral She is survived by two sons, in Christ. May God bless you all. Oscar Range Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director
services three daughters, fourteen grandchildren
Home for
Gussle M. Johnson wife
rendered. and sixteen great grand Mrs. 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
E. Mills
Mrt. Queen ,
and all.
Again thanks to one 4
The Family May she rect In peace. daughterAnd
.Key West Mrs. Irene Roberts, daughter Family

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper"
Lauds "CrusadeFor
Senator Hennings


Citizenship" Vote CampaignThe

r following letter was received ; Civil Rights Act. Also, I send my 1957 Civil Rights Act protective
by the Rev. Edward' T heartfelt thanks to you for remembering provisions would certainly en.
Mli1lllL4HCANAVERAL I Graham from Senator Thomas C. me in your prayers courage prospective votersendno
KenningJr.., sulb-committee and I want to assure you that I doubt discourage possible violators
chairman, this week. Its contents too pray for and look forward to
of the Act.
should be Crt interest to all our the day when not only elected
readers, therefore, we publish it officials but every citizen in this My very best wishes to for the ).
"Crusade for Citizenship"
CAPE LoitI I pockets, dadiSeriously below: land of ours is imbued with the. registration campaignand asuccessful
One 80-inch moon made in the true spirit of America's democratic '
though, we would I hope and pray that your
Airforce. heritage.
laboratories of the U. S. :
have liked to hear of our putting goal df 3,000,000 new voters will
The errant Lostnik, nicknamed The Rev.. Edward T. Graham i
and that this will
be realized
J.-C. last heard from another sattelite in onbit It would PresIdent 1 do not believe that too much
was over The Interdenominational
Antigua breaking all speed laws have been moral victory In our Ministerial Alliance emphasis can be placed on the only the beginning 0It a continuous -
finally getting, itself lost in the cold war with Russia. The success 358 N.W. 9th Street citizen's duty and obligation to better citizenship program.
.;; heavens knows where. of these launching means Miami, Florida exercise his constitutional rightto Very sincerely' yours,
more to your safety and peace elect those who represent him. Thomas C. Hennings Jr.
''t! JjC.'s purpose, like his broth than you may think. Dear Reverend Graham: Likewise, I do not believe that Chairman
" er Ex. 1 was to spy on outer too much emphasis can be placedon
e space and send back secret: data The approaching spring seasonis I wish to thank you and the the duty of the government to
i for the government's invasion of one time of the year we enjoy members"of the "Crusade for Cit- protect each citizen to the fullest
i I the moon. However,. it seems, instead the most, although it brings mosquitoes izenship, for your kind messageof extent when he seeks to exercise I NOTICEThe
of carrying out its orders sweatty bodies: sleeping approval for my proposal that that right. I cannot say that my Varsity Barber Shop WHO
J.C. seems to have wandered off sickness ,etc., it also brings back notices be placed in post offices' suggestion will offer this protec- NW 15th ave., will be closed every
probably to lanpet Jupiter. Thesattelite baseball! and other public buildings informing tion, but I will venture to guess'that I I'I Wednesday beginning April 2
probably became con- all American citizens of a poster or bulletin servingas until Labor Day.
fused abort where it should have Yes sir, daily baseball games their voting rights under the 1957 a constant reminder of the I i I Harry Smith, Prop. GSfl

gone and, hurried itself ,to Jupiter on radio TV and the game of the dayon l I ?'."'?Ts..LYJ.? "."" ""r '; -"'''''..................... '......!IOi''!: ..r; __._ __ _"' _"''''_
j seeing, as how it was named after Saturdays That's for me; ) ... .)>. jf., x4 x .i.x.lfo.x..T..r..T.x..T:
that planet.. Anyhow the Army As a prelude to the coming
'I I
is overly concerned as to the Iy I opening: days in the leagues the Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT
whereabout of'J. C. and would world renowned Brooklyn . .er, I
gladly, Fm sure, knock off a few Los Angeles Dodgers will do limbering -
dollars from income tax
your exercises
this year !it you locate and reportJ I night with up the Philadelphia on Saturday Phils OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
c,'s whereabouts.
wnen they open the Graefruit .
Report your information. to the league at :30 p.m. " a "t

Bird Watchers Society the Plane Once again comes the heated : :
Spotters. of America or direct to arguments about averages pitch-
Cape Canaveral. In the meantime, ing records, scores and the like.
while your are searching the hea. Newspapers will be called to
f/ vens for the errant moon, be settle bets, baseball manuels will
careful, that object you may see be thumbed and world almanacs
coming at you may not be a bird scanned..
or Superman Man. It may be J.C. z.
I Yep, it's great to be alive during -
It may seem funny to you and the Spring.
crao' a whimsical smile about p
I' the mystery of the whereabout the '(But when the men in blue cry ? #
Army's Jupiter-C but we don't Play ball!" there will be one sadheart
see'anything funny. Do you know and for a time whenever a i t ;
{r that there is close to 2 million tall smacks: into a catcher's glove .
><: dollars worth of machinery and fans will think pf Roy Campa- ,
instruments lost somewhere in nella lying on his back: -paralyzed W vy
"fl outter space? Money from your !


} NEGRO IiEADSI Food and Drink

I I TOPEKA Manual Published '

r TEACHERS ASS'N Florida' food and drink serving

4 establishments now have WHY PAY RENT ?
i' : available to them a manual bas-
TOPEKA Kan. The Topeka I ed rules
I on and regulations of
Teachers Association Wednesday the Florida State Board of Health
elected J. B. Holland:, 49yearok and the State Hotel and Restau-
Negro to become its presir rant Commission.To Be Smart BUY DUPLEXES Live Rent Free
dent of 1959. I

establish a uniform set of We have several beautiful 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom and practically
He will be the first of his race standards for food and drink new ,

to hold the office. sanitation, and to bring about new CBS duplexes east of NW 17th Ave. between NW 55th and -
Mr. Holland teaches the sixth unity of enforcement, the Florida
grade. ''H'e and another Negro State Board of Health and the 59th Sts. City water, paved streets, modern baths dose to buses and
State Hotel and Restaurant Com-
were schools selected where recently most to of teachin the mission prepared this manual of hopping. Live in one, rent front the other will pay off. Don't wait

pupils are white. Mr. Holland practice. Call now.' ,

formerly was principal at Monroe Written in laymen's terms, this
School, where'' most of the pupilsare booklet explains the food service
Negroes. laws administered by these two Q
agencies. Copies of the manualare
now being mailed to all ONLY $295 DOWN East of NW 17th are, between
Florida food service establish NW 55th;.t. and 62nd st. We hare .i
2 bedroom CBS Brown Sub large
WHY is ,
ments. Many 2 and 3 bedroom CBS homes
50x140 lot. No closing costs, move
The manual Is divided into right in. Pay one mortgage. Less for sale. City water paved streets,
eight sections. Each section than $20 week. close to buses end .ho pinc. See us
930 ? points out the basic requirements- first for best buys. Hurry. Selling
the public health reason for the fast.
requirements, and what is nec-
essary for satisfactory compliance. EDISON CENTER NEW
NURSERY and Kindergarten.
Now building a beautiful 3 bed-
Partly furnished. 5937 NW 22nd ONLY $795 DOWN
room, 2 bath corner CBS. Tile roof,
Drive !Ii
ave. Phone NE 41714. Carefully separate living room, dining room, Buys this new 3 bedroom CBS in
kitchen and den. Also carporte. Opa Locka. One payment only. No

Close to Holmes school and Northwestern closing costs. Move right in. EZ

i F High School. Shoppingand terms.
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SAME DAY SERVICE EDISON CENTER Real Beauty $7,995. Furnished. One mortgage

P\ ALL MAKES ALL MODELS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 year old CBS, payment to owner $65 month.
ranch home. Carporte, separate No closing costs. East of NW 17th

4 kitchen, dining room and living. ave. and 59th at. Cty water, streets
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