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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 15, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00589
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Smith Doris Shannon! Marion Wil Pauline and, Williams Louis Jones .Jones.Katt1e, Vernay mission crusading: its pursued of president Young W. Thomas, young high Francis ,Barnett Gwendolyn : to counter geiger a and iodine
,McKellar Dorothy Williams Wilcox Hazel, PuUins Laura -Johnson. Bernice Edwards Hannah has States United the in Press. program. the out round Had- school Mrs. 'are teachers science The I I active radio locate to
Evelyn) Dean. Marion Colson Ponte Ruth McPfaee' Glenda, Miller., Marguerite Thomas genia Negro The' slavery. of -committee relations public. sociation's, -Washington T. Booker at. senior macbe j -attempting was she ,Lastly regeneration.

Willie ,Cherry Johnnie ,Fortson ,Johnson Ethel Foster Inez Blue Eu- Llghtsey Francis Mesdames theinstitution against crusade. to was as- the of chairman and rockets.A made papier' in dinosaur prehistoric of process the on influence! any
sponsors :are sponsors! The are group this for Sponsors -mission Its 1827. 17 March on City -Defender Louisville the of publisher home- for first Countyfe' Dade be. see amdno-icids
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'pursue novels. reading and dancing York New in Journal Freedom's' Stanley,L. Frante by statement to reported Is has she
pediatrics. of field the Church. Orthodox African: And matter. of theory molecular the with working been
enter to hopes sewing are hobbies> Her founded who Russwurm B. John a and Jr King Luther Martin repair. for necessary from, regeneration. in
and Sept. in college' Spanish club the of analysis an did Escix mie this Aside
and Club by message minute five !
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mortician.a or therapist determine to aria
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programs. radio these on A Wind. -111' was it where treatment
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following the in !membership\ holds' In 'High Dade North at grader sophomore a Is She whiChour on Ideals. democratic the stations.. radio local over for Kendall at Hospital County Ponald): Florida.' of map, a on\ _Powers, Recisperative Remarkable
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Booker(, group Russwurm ten the of Winners Lighting::Press Negro The is vance Dorsey of }botl
a is High& Washington T. ;: NW 16125 of Johnson Tau Beta of IV for hand. was She "Speaking. and High Junior
22nd&: announcer.
the of member a a Hardy Mrs.! and the is ier!obser- year's' this of theme The Mingo's Loretta eluded coordinator materials Hepburn
at class senior Mrs. and Mr. of daughter I -contestant is Harreil left} his injuring' exploded "Anthropologically ,
Pittsburgh I I
Cour- publisher
Johnson Rose Jewyll Lovely Jiunlta\ Charming Mr. of daughter Harrell Doris the of 1 cellconstructedrocket the when lives >*.tn projects noteworthy Other George ;instructor science Spicer
Johnson Carter Beverly of
York New place taking change social '
'. :organisms various in hearts of Emma Mrs. ;schools County Dade
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JOHNSON JUANITA = K JR. HADLEY study' comparative a for animals of science of supervisor Allister
I .. I Dodgers, Brooklyn' the of ol: role. the 01 discussions to -. -- ._ ---- by March last
.. .. from hearts of collection srrtall Mc- Birdie Mrs. 7
I.I.I' formerly;Robinson Jackie and group sermons their! devoting are ministers
were projects( and.
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newspapei: the of president the churches: many In arranged.
Charles to went prize Third I Experiments institution. the at
A : ,Walker O. William by statements being is events of variety A aloe. the I-display on now Fair Science Annual

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"Lonesome singing Jr Newspaper Negro observing .
Ii ;-11i..I; ,Sammj. i Week -cosmetics and laxatives as such its through recognition much
and Somebody-
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Sheriff County;
Manatee manded Miami.} Gibson R. Theodore
; r repri severely governor .
;, Father and Miami, Perry
RuthW.Mrs ;Tampa Harvey Perry I
organization.The: of ,
either meetings .
l .;Tampa Gray Johnnie ;Miami
peaceful; with interfere to ,
. Berckman R. A. Mrs. and Mr.
idM. -officers enforcement law expect I ,
... not ;
--- Cin- "Miss annual their branch Fla Tallahassee the of
did he plain it made Collins
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derella*' end will and 3 23% February -presenting again are :Inc Sorority Beta Members certificateswere and merit Officers of The Winners he where from street the across

-Cingan Miss be will Who 5. April be- contest The contest derella" Phi Zeta the of members> masked. and nightriders.; lot vacant a in try !missile second I

:week last Greensboro in ner his experiencing, was enthusiast
I bycrossburnings characterized violence din- awards Freedom held missile rocket a Hadley Young
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Miss Be WillThe Who backgroundof loan's the of cause
? Cinderella' C be- KKK the and NAACP NAACP the at in contributions 1957 during activities standing a in home his explosion.near at rocket

betweenthe distinctions: certain
drew out- for awards won Floridians -afternoon Sunday injured was Heights

)4)C page on continued: ( was ave.. 5th NW 1912 of man old tlons..1ra. but state the of extremists White I Several .N.C. ,Greensboro ,Richmond, ,St more Y 14800. of
20-year-. a WILLIAMS JAMES demon- such prevent to joops the placate to doubt no NAACP 16 Jr Hadley )Boo( Howard
make to expect) and t assailant> the .
the t
hearing. .the out call or powers emergency also Collins i
on lead a have police ever'*'Ho .
-preliminary inquest coroner's HAND INJURES
made. been had arrest no and broad his use to hesitate not rill.
-combined a pending being now 4s
held ,, ,
up and case ,
-afternoon Thursday )to necessary and riots incite to
investigatingthe still are Police man. is and murder degree flirt with !he said Collins -U designed ly REGIONALMEET E. v EXPLODES 4 4x

wo a and man a with : charged later was Thompson' I clear- are that Klan Klux Ku the
killing. the escort. police a with by demonstrations public [ ROCKET
-altercation an in involved 1< was Hunt said I other E ATS.AWARDS
Police: night. Saturday o'clock' 9 with, connection: in investigation, ,, t night Saturday Bradenton f if and parades prevent to sheriffs|

home his at times several for ave. 5th NW 535 of 29 district: Negro the through parade; Florida ordered Thursday !
about / Young
Collins MIAMIANS 4 Miami
wounded and. shot was st 12th -Thompson James William arrested: !.KKK. the letting for Baden Roy LeRoy Gov. Tallahassee II WIN ENTHUSIAST MISSILE. YOUNG)Promise Show Scientists/ I
Police nigh Friday last 11:20
NW 112 ef' 67. HUNT fair.HENRY .,
about at. 14th NW 404 ar Mattie's

was condition his where at altercation an in ,chest. the )4)I page on continued( I Miami Metropolitan the reported
Jackson. to taken stabbedin fatally was st 20th NW is It Church. Baptist Villa :
Hospital Memorial ,

and arrested. hip.was the in Williams.Williams 409 of 34 SMITH HERMAN:were Parades KKK Outlaws Collins Gov. was presi-variance Hawthorne the to David any Opposition by led I I. ,.buildings Orchard White three.the housed containing formerly area ;.

striking l bullet the once fired incidents violent ol string the in :there obstacles Park Floral the in lots six The
encounter expected not is It tion.
Butler officer. the at gun his! led assailants and victims Among to

but level-,stop and to turned Williams man for fleeing times Ial I Monday. to up night_ Friday evening.last PAGES SIXTEEN 1958 ,15 MARCH .SATURDAY ,FLORDA ,MIAMI 29 NO. YEAR 35th i;lo"thItyac for week goes next petition Commission The' \ and premise 57th between, building ave streets.15th ---GaUr NW tise -

sever- yelled) Butler hand. in gun: since shootings 5 and stabbing: -cA ; "' expanai Jar sn and of
.. = permanentroam a permit to variance a for! night
Av Second along running was I fatal 2 least t at were There Ellis hi Mutamar Nos et Mutantar Tempera ;
give quately Tuesday Beard Planning Miami!
a police B
department. the .
Bar Avenue Second In
and :
'**ad will fije\fCJties*$ ::; repairs and. the from approval of vote moo
--before shortly man another shot had of Bureau Homicide the to lag .
,, \ Haalr *raa>nee Miami Greater
night. today' past over alteration '
WOliams said Police accord' weekend the ,
Sat- 1157: about Butler. Eugene: area Miami the in times seven Carves; e. YMCAwut'E'* ,of CA -3S.tbar.-.; of Breach

Offeer by hip right the in 'shot least at struck violence Grim the for # *Carver Wakhinftca George The _

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I IWeekend' In Injured 5 ,2"Elled;: P 9 '"- Carver 1 I

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Aditional honors came to ,
Northwestern Cagers >g.
Ncrthwesterners: John Davis, Wil- Have the
you seen
Capture Southeast bert Pollock and James Betterson Wonderful
who' were named to the All changes q ""' ....-.wSTARTS

Championship Tournament Team. EVERGREEN Being made CEMETERY at ? -.-....-----.."-'.

Other tournament results were: Go out there and *eeft
Swift as lightning are these. Attucks 53, Blanche Ely 51; BTW will do you r heart good
Northwestern Senior High bas 43, Roosevelt 40( ; Carver 67, At- .
keteers who captured the South hifk"! 57; BTW 65, Attucks. 3Q. SUNDAY"SAYONARA"
east Championship last March 8 ..u...____ J.
during the Southeastern' Basket- ,
ball Tournament held at Booker r AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL
T. Washington High of Miami.
The accuracy and sfclll which Shown at 7tOO and 10:29CMOLVARCABYEONKET.
they displayed while piling up
scores, and their fair play with /aJINCIa 1AlITL a.110T N.NOUCII eat .
all opponents have kept these 3I9 8AT. MIDNIGHTSUN.
men high on the list 00 winning ., MON., TUES.
favorites schools of
among high
MARCH 16 17 18
various counties.
'Their dexterity came throughthe JEFF CHANDLER
hard and ceaseless coaching I
of Lee Perry, driving education KIM NOVAK

instructor and bans manager. "Jeanne Eagles"
Perry, was named the outstandingcoach e
of the tournament.
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The first coveted trophy was
awarded these students last De- _If.__
cember during the :Middleton Invitational
Tournament In Tampa UUNCHJ:
after they defeated 'the Roosf- I COLOR
veil High of West Palm Beach THEATRE OPA LOCKA rac.ucmN HARVEY...,, *
48-43; Booker T. Washington uf Tel. NA 1.7322 ww '- Shown only at 9:50
Sarasota, 55-125.and; Booker T. of SUN., MON., TUES.
Miami 5048.DissatrstJ
;! with winning only "PICK UP ALLEY"

the previous trophy, these: men LEE PERRY Victor Mature STARTS THURSDAYFROM

went all out to captive the sec . winning coach Anita Ekberg
,ond championship trcgitqr sad Jane RussellKeenan ,I
were successful while competing Pictured are Charles Hartsfleld, Wynn PREACHER'S
with Dullard of Ft Lauderdale Ronald Wromas, Robert Howard, l ,
-48-<<; Booker T. of flQaroi 48-47: James Betterson, Austin Wise "The Fuzzy Pink SON TO # ,\
and Carver of Miaaal 48-46. Asa 'and Eugene Lowery (standing); Nightgown"SUGAR ROCK'N'ROLLKINOI ? .
result of their play, Eforihwest- 'I Isaac Green, Reginald Sawyer ""- D
ern along with'Carver and BTW Ernest Brinson, Wilbert Pollock, < :3
will compete in the State Tour- .Calvin Butler, Roosevelt Richard
nament to be held at FU. A and .1 son and Eddie Spraggins (kneeling RAYROBINSON
M University March 14-15. .)

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III&iII5IElCiJiiiiiBlliJIDIIIiIIIIIII'! oM vs. !
Richmond Heights Flashes N drol


m IIIGJ11i1! !!!!! ___ UI' TUES, MAR25

KEEPING A TRUB LHNT-,Dr. County is 15000. This fund helps ON
Flllmore says, "1f God had not over 30 Negro colleges and unl- mm
planned to make Jena a contin- varsities which do not receive Big Screen TV JOHN McINTIREnwr.r.
uous working! factor in our civilization state or federal aid. .+ww.lalr 6Maa1..wwqWBt
there would be no good THANKS TO HEART FUND AT THE aims
purpose for His having been sent WORKERS The Heart Assoc
and for the great sacrifice: that He iation joins the area chairman CAPITOLTHEATRE :,)
made." He came to show us "the and her captains and volunteers
way, and the truth,and the life," 'who did an excellent! job on Heart
and He promised, PLo I am with Sunday as follows:
All Seats $3.50 tax
:you always." He also promisedthat Mrts. Ruth Freeman, captain;
He would !be -with ua as a coluntters, Mrs. V. Moon, Mrs. 4_ --- .- I
teacher. Can you sacrifice some Katie Alexander, 13.$39; Mrs. I -- -
thing ,for Him who gave His life Katie Alexander, $13.39, Mrs. AMBUSH
that we can be assured of everlasting Lee Taylor, Mrs. M. V Moore,
life? Thb is the spirit: of $25.89; Mcs.; Ethel Grant, cap- RITZTHEATRE
a' true Lent secriflce fast, tail;; volunteers Miss Rasa Lee
pray He who seeth In secrecy Grant, $8.59; Mrs.. Lonnie Session KTdMfiRRON
shall reward thee openly captain, collection, $15.(){); LAST FEW DAYS
Mrs. J. Irvin, captain, $8.71; Mrs.
THE UNCF DRIVE 'Dr. W. Whitehead, $2.00; Rev. W E. "Peyton Place"Recommended
Richard V.. Moore, president of Taylor $7.10; miscellaneous 'donations Adults Only PASS rTT
Eethune-Cookman College heads from Hearts, 2000. To- Starring Lana Turner.
the United College Fund Drive for tal collection, 10068.
Florida with Atty. Henry Arlington Those who yet wish to contrib- Lloyd Nolan and SCOTT
local chairman. Many fine ute to :your Heart Fund mail to Arthur Kennedy MARGIA
citizens are on the board of directors Heart Association of Greater MI- Cinemascope ColorAdmlnlon DEAN
helping the drive to besuccessful. ami, rnc. 2 S. E. 13th St., Miami.
If you hare not already 93eJOIN .
made your substantial The Tlersk gee Club of Miami sMsVHssVXBslBHRil sVVKBBBslOiBB CLINT rr..a..yM rM1M 01 Mwa.rei.
pledge please call or send to Mrs. and Dade County sponsors a _.arawrau wwi + '
THE ...
OraD. Taylor FOB 8M or call Tropical Sip on Sunday after j -_-t aaa 1e1
GE 6-4248. The drive ,uU first noon, March 16 at the home of
Dade Mr. and Mrs.
week in April Our goal for Roger Williams ---

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-- State Announces THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1958 PAGE 33 '

Around Miami "Miss NAACP ofFlorida"


Lowry, president of ,the Florida
State Conference of NAACP : GOWNS COMPANY '
branches, announced today that
guess the Big 7 Gospel the "Miss NAACP of Florida"I 216 N.E. 2nd Ave. MiamiFR

best way to Train contest will officially open on 4.2737 FR 1-8011
start this column April 1 and will terminate on Room 212
this week Is by May 18 with the winner being
saying "U something BIg 7 Gospel Train will be crowned at the "Freedom Sunday Custom made >choir gowns
doesn't at the Longshoreman's Hall at Rally" where the Hon. James
happen, around 816 NW 2nd ave. there will be Roosevelt will speak. ,: !
i: Highest Quality I ; ;
here soon 'I'm two performances. Time 3:00 p.m., ALL EXPENSE' TRIP I
gonna hang up and 8 p.m. Sunday, March 16. I'' First /prize will be an expense Lowest Prices 1!
my pen" "Us's"is The program will feature paid trip to Cleveland, Ohio, for
leaving the Madam Edna Gallmon Cooke, the one week. Additional prizes will From $10.95 ,
city so fast you'd Singing Sons, The: Inspirational I be announced for second, third
think the KKK was chasing 'em. Singers: The Spirit of Memphis and fourth prize winners. In ad. New Styles Old Styles
They are leaving because there Quartette, The Five Blind Boys, dition, there will be many con Choice of Finest Fabrics
just ain't any money floating and the Gospelalrs. solation awards to runner-ups in Caps Collar Stoles ','
around, and as the hustlers would Advance admission is $150 at the contest:
put it, "w1 en there isn't any the dor $1.75. Tickets: are now on The awards will be made to ' All Colon and Combinations 'ten;
money around, it1* time to cutout sale at North Travel Bureau, To- the lady submitting the largest '
Dickttt wilt call
. snow or' no snow." backs Grove Pharmacy, Oneal I sum of, money raised during the Larry on you at no !
Beauty Salon Pratt1 Cleaners, .contest Persons wishing to take obligation
and Neal's Super Market. The part are asked to contact their ,
OLD, stub from your admission ticket local branches or write to Robert
A8 I AM the dance
will,be placed in the drawing box W.. Saunders, field secretary, 709 !
given by the King of Clubs, the for: the grand prize, which is a East Harrison, Tampa.
other night was a humdinger.Just brand new 1958 Oldsmobile Get I.
about everybody who is anybody your tickets now. You don't haveto I
wu there. Bouquets to the Kingof be present at the drawing' you DON'T MISS Opa Locka's Largest I
Clubs for a well planned and will be notified It you are the ,
beautifully! executed affair . winner. THE 6TH ANNUALCALENDAR
'While checking into a series of The 1055 Oldsmobile will be on
breaking and entering cases in display in the Miami. area this TEAOF ,
his neighborhood. Officer William weekend. GARDEN APARTMENTS
Kimfbroulh's house was THE
broken Into . Another of the DADE COUNTY YOUNG \
big dances coming off win be that \ .
of the Loyal Buddie at the W5 Daughter Elks DEMOCRATIC ASS'N II
things there are more and more AnniversaryCelebration Sun., April 13 4 p.m.CLUB I
of the social clubs and civic clubs
having affairs this year. It's very Friday 535 STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS"i
good for Miami, as we do need I i
more social life. By EDNA DAVIS Sir John Hotel ,
The Daughter Elks and their kl
LOUIS JORDAN and Al Hlb- friends will turn out in full force " I
bier really flipped the folk at the to observe the 14th anniversary
Mary Elizabeth Lounge lost Fri- of Greater Miami Temple No. 769. Free Water Laundry, Room ':,! ':" !
day night. They sang a duet that Elaborate plans have been made Blanche Calloway
was a "pistol." Louie is here to and a happy time is promised to
dudk the cold weather and to reorganize those attending. The sale of tickets 0 I' "
his band . Pickpocket; and tables have been excel. Proudly Present
of The Week: Three Cuban cats t lent and funds raised will go toI
were arrested for trying to picka I ward purchasing a piece of property A STARSTUDDED Open Daily and Sunday 7 am. 9 p.m. '
pocket. The pocket happened( I for a new, beautiful Elks
to be In the pants of Officer home. Dts. Sarah Smalley and REVUEAT
'Tremble . Dottie Anderson I Dt. Ruler Ellen Taylor report 14255 N. W. 22nd Aye
widely known as the "Bahama that several thousand' dollars are THE POPULAR !
Mama" has finally closed the Malayan |already on hand toward this pro-
Lounge. The owner gave 'cram. '
Dottie a check: that was chock fun District Deputy Dt. Marie See Superintendent, Apt. 2 '' i 11
,of Goodyear. Bahama Mama has White loft Thursday for the
been on the same gig for almost School for Girls in Ooala, but will JIMJAM
aix years. She holds the longest return to lead the grand march Call MU 8-9092 or WI 7.2420 '
record of any performer, for lon- for the celebration Dt Fannie
gevity on the Beach. Mae Moton is seen quite often
on the race track. The ailing and
lick daughters are up and out
THE DEVINE ONE, MI.! Sarah and will be seen at the Ann'
Vaughn comas to Miami on April, versary Celebration when they
1. She'll appear at the Fontaine trip the fantastic toe to the M
bleu . Policeman: of the Week: merry strains of Alex Stephens. There is Vodka
Sgt. Leroy A. Smith . Pretty
Girl of the Week: Mary Alice
Smith (no relation to Sgt. Smith) Official Visit CLUB like Gordon's.
of Hollywood, Fla. . Earl Cole- ..
man, star of Porgy and Best, was
Earl sentenced was charged to 20 days with in disorderly or $50. Grand IUgh Priest, 33rd of the degree Most 1900 N.W. 75th St. 189 yean of tradition In,evay bottle I
Excellent Union Grand
conduct: (and on the charge that's State of Florida
and its Jurisdiction
not fit to print) and when arrested Phone PL 9-8651
he told the officers, Bowe worldvg under the protection 1
working under the protec-
"I'm the only
and Westmoreland -f th HEADED BY ,
married in Russia e'ate of Florida, will make
! Negro who got his official visit to Miami Sun.I .
\ to"toooo which?" PS.the officers Earl't wife replied ...arch 16 at 2:30 pm. at the SATCHROBINSON ORDON
Masonic Temple, Ml NW 3rd
.and from this
1 Is a Negro, too. ave.
\ end, so what 'All Royal Arch Masons are re-
Quested to be present at the :
MARY WILSON, owner of the above stated hour. AU Muter
the Mary's House of Beauty, has Masons and other departments M. C. )
and done it again. This time are Invited to see and hear the
she gone is the sole owner of the Mary Grand High Priest Alexander. THUR., FRI., SAT., SUN.
1 Elizabeth Restaurant Mary is The Grand High: Priest also
featuring: America's favorite dish holds an important, office In the ADMISSION 50 CENTS
Grand Lodge of the State and
Souse. The restaurant is open
6 Jurisdiction of Florida.
7 days a week from 9 pin. to
a=n. '. and Mary Iez, "Tall You will miss a -real treat if Show Time:
Come". . Sharp Cat of the you fail to bear him on the above 10:30 p.m. and 1 a.m.
Week: Eddie Williams manager date. The Royal Arch MUCIM Sat S Shows
of the Carver Hotel . If you have grown by leaps and bounds 10:30 1:00 and 3:00
are a coffee drinker, I have under his leadership.HICKS'.
found that you can get' the best Always surprise guett artists at "
cup of coffee in town at '. (Ian show Saturday evening a3TittED4DK
' place, 715H NW 2nd ave. You
,'I'I know I alwaYs like to keep you HAVE YOU ANY TALENT?
t informed on these little thugs I KURLE KOMBE
j find around town. If so Cash Prizes are

OFFICER NAT MATTOX U Beauty Salon Awarded ,at our

\ walking around with his hand in 5550 N.W. ITttj Ave. TUESDAY NITE

a bandage. Seems a Louise Car- Announce its new
ter told Mattox "if you're 'gonna Amateur Show
take ne to Jail, you gotU carry Telephone number I'
As Mattox puts it, '
hand. She
"that's bow I hurt my ,
weighs over 200 pounds . Our In for FREE Color
sympathy to Cecil Sweeting wen Music by
Sunday {

", morning known Mr. Swtetihrg left his Expert hair coloring, tinting Carlos BermudezAnd GORDOH'SVODKA
apartment togo downstairs to
have his place cleaned, and upon dyeing, reconditioning; HI Orchestra
his return (found that his wife Stylos by
had died. It is reported that Mrs. Vera Hicks Prop.No Wo eater to prlvato parties, organizations . . the name that makes k better
Sweeting had been ill for quite club*, church.*, wotf
some time: . Once again will waiting four operators dings, dnetrtc..
you beer In mind that vr-i T "st: to serve you so AltO HO rseor to* NEUTRAL VISITS asmfe- not MAM

Live life, every golden minute of I +- oeeon DIY GIN c0.,LTD..U..1- --- -
It. Peace.


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+ r +* the power Invested in me as president of

In Atlanta Ga., the 238member -
house of delegates, :governing THE
body of the American Bar Association PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION

-,-, .,,-- went on record as opposing "
a Congressional move to f proclaim the week of
limit the United States Supreme
ThaN Are Oh..(.4 Lad W. Are Ch.Bed With Them MARCH 16-23 1958NATIONAL
-- Court's Jurisdiction over appeals. ,
The opposition was expressed
OHlM M 111$ If.W. Tblri ATM.*, Miami Plorlde-Telephe.. FB 1-"" as
against Bill Introduced
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Jenner, Republican from Indiana NEGRO
and take away the right of the
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Miami .......* ..d.r the art .( M.reh I, 18T congressional NEWSPAPER
cases involving
.. mt>*.r. .{ the ........ Newspaper Pobllihtri Ai.nUHoa committees executive security During this period, I called upon all of our
M...k.ff .f th. AMUt Negro Press programs, state security -
programs member, friends and supporters, to observe
school boards or atimli-
H. i. CIOtflMtTND BERVXS!, EdtUr sions to the bar. with ceremonies, articles and public expression,
UAHTH f I.) RKBTRH. As* .. ... Editor .. ., the achievements of the Negro Press during Its
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iln Mississippi, Superintendent 131 of continuous service and, in a fitting
Schools IL V. years
VBdCKIPTION) HATKtMl Qf Hooper announced -
VRAK MM MONTH0! ..... THREE MONTHS Sill that the new million manner, recognize the contributions our many
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-- dollar school now under construe
distinguished editors (past and present) have
MOKBDO Or THE NISORO FBESS" tion for Negroes will be named
THB NiCORO PKK8U-**!!**.. that America e.. best load the world after a retired Negro teacher. It made In service to their race, their nation and

,.*.. r.rUI MM! ..t.rU.>. when It accords to ever mal re..rdof will be known as the Ross the world, In proclaiming (ustlce, human rights
*... rare. e.l.,r or fir.... kl. k.u.n .nd !..*.! rlfhti. Hating BO mac, f...- Temple High School. Mr. Ross:
Rae .. m.-the Noire Press ..*!... to help ever man In the firm belief tb.tI served the community, church and the advocacy of fint-cJais citizenship for
sit sea ar* h.rt' es !..* M MTM. U held back I and school for a period of more all.
than 60 ;years. Done this 1st day of February, 1958

Too (bad! Our Explorer II has
e not been a success. She vanished I President
after a 1,900( mile trip and her

fate remained a mystery to .... .
up '
The Negro Newspaper an important egment of the \IJIiBI\nllIII
this: vvrlt'ng.! Better ]luck next
Great American Press: is one hundred and thirty-one years .":."I"... '.. we Uopc.Rq. .
old this week. Today, as in 1827, ,there is tremendous need

for its untrammeled yoke of truth, freedom, and justice Robert Sikes of Florida Carver Student CARVER YMCA ,
The Negro press is the conscience America Throughoutits has asked the Postmaster General -: WINS ZONING
to issue a postage stamp depicting I
distinguished history it has ever been in the forefrontof the birth of Christ for use
/the fight for decency and right. at Christmas time. Dies Fnroufe FIGHT

Originating in the struggle of our forefathers to win (continued from page 1))
freedom and full citizenship, the Negro Press today faces Now it's Easter Seals. If youhaven't in To HospitalMinnie
already received some dent of the Dade County Property -
the necessity of greater effort //toward the ultimate ful- the mail, you'll get them. The Owners Association and local

fillment of its original mission. proceeds go to the fund for han- + Winkfield, 15, daughterof loader of the White Citizens

Now functioning in an of dynamic transition, dicapped children and adults. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Winkfield Council.
age of 10341 SW 84th st., Perrine, Inexplalnable to the entire
the hunger for enlightment deepens as desegregation be At the City Commissioners and a popular student of George body was the appearance of nine
comes more legal and segregation itself becomes more meeting on Wednesday March 19 Washington Carver High School Negroes in Hawthorne's group
real. I Mayor Robert King High will introduce died suddenly on Tuesday morn opposing a YMCA for their own
Because there are those who would still deny some an ordinance that, if ing about 10:30. while in a Wil .' community.
will all liams' Ambulance enroute to of the
Representatives YMCA
passed give
persons con-
citizens full to life and would not have the I
aiccess A good victed for bollta for the first Jackson Memorial Hospital did an excellent Job of sellingthe
truth known, it becomes more incumbent upon the Negro time a jail sentence of 30 days. A 9th grader, with Mrs. Jeanette cause to the Panning Board.
Press to readily, openly and fully expose every evidenceof For second offense 45 days. Frierson, her homeroom Those speaking in favor of theY
unfairness, inaccuracy: and distortion. Only in this teacher, Minnie went to school ' were:: James L Keller, presi-
The Federal Housing and Home Tuesday morning as usual and dent of the YMCA of Greater
manner can the Negro Press remain the most democraticof
Finance Agency has granted was stricken about 9:30) while a Miami; Atty. L. Eo Thomas, Rev.
all newspapers by applying the great variety of facts $1,925,000 to the University of physical education class under'I Edward: T. Graham, Herbert
and opinions necessary to extend and accelerate democ- Florida for construction of stu- the instruction of Mrs. Frankie Mannings, John W. Dilfard Mrs.
dent apartments. Of course thatIs Rolle. The ambulance was called Oscar Range and Moses L. Perry
racy.As a loan, but, well here is a by school officials and the girl I executive secretary of the Carver
the progenitor of everything worthwhile about question mark? was rushed to the hospitaL She branch.
its readers, as well as those who would aid their progress, died in the ambiance at the corner

the Negro Press singularly supplies that awareness which On Sunday Dr. Joe Hall, coun- of NW 20th st. and 27th ave, 2 Killed 5 InjuredIn
must precede intelligent group action. But the veil of ignorance ty school superintendent will be according to the attendants. ,

superstition and fear must be further penetratedif laymen's speaker at Mt. Zion Minnie is also survived by four Weekend Violence
Baptist, Church. The Laymen Ed.
full victory is to be won. Thus, until that dlay, (the Ne- ucation Project is a monthly program sisters Mrs. and Rolle nine was over-come

gro Press must remain the courageous, clear, calm voico with outstanding speakers. from the shock that she required' (continued from page 1)

sounding from the bridge, pointing out the shoals ahead. Last month former Mayor Abe medical treatment. an arrest shortly.

Never in the history of journalism has the need to Aronovitz was the speaker. Funeral services for Minnie Hunt is now in Jackson Memo
will be held on Monday afternoon rial Hospital where his conditionwas
keep the issue of social equality clear, been more acute. Fire on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Mt. Moriah reported as serious.

Never has the opportunity for our press to become a destroyed the property of the Baptist Church under the direction JOHN BROWN, 29, of 810 NW
truly great asset in the struggle for human dignity, beenso family of the late Nathaniel Deanat of the Bain's Funeral Home First Court toLd police his gun
manifest.On 16th st. near 3rd ave. Two with the Rev. W. C. Edcar, pastor went oft accidentally about' 10:15:
small frame building were destroyed I officiating. Saturday night at his home and
the eve of the beginning of its 132nd year of ser- and a t\vo-story buildingwas shot and wounded his girl friend.

vice, the Negro Press, fully.cognizant. of its expanding responsibility badly damaged. These: buildings Miss Elsino JoneSnthenmn
reaecucates itself with renewed vigor and were condemned sometime TRIUMPH CHURCH Brown added that he could not
ago. Nearby property, owned by stand the sight of the blood run-
determination to the unfinished task of achieving a sdcle-I also .
Henry Dean, was damaged.In Prince H. Mobley, pastor ning from Miss Jones'k arm and
ty in which there will be unimportant people.
no Sister C. McKinney, reporter shortly after became excited he
Chicago, Robert Dukes, 19- also shot himself in the arm. Both
METRO YOUTH BOARD yearold Englewood High School Opa Lodka were taken to Jackson Hospital
'student, drew a 60-day jaJl term The school of Wisdom was at for treatment. Brown was being

The authorities finding'their hands full} and juvenile and five-year probation in boys its best on Sunday past. Bro. B, held in Jail up to Thursday on a
court last week for the
striking charge of suicide
Edwards is our new elected sup attempted according -
the increase have decided to createa
delinquency still
principal and a teacher when erintendent. "The Church's Influence to police.
Mtropolitan Youth Board. they sought to break up a fightIn
: on Society" (Temperance -
the school between Dukes EARL ROACH, 29 of 1711 NW
The request for this board was made last week by and another youth.yard ) was the subject of the les 5th Court, was shot by Willie
the ,Child's Guidance Association and agreed to by Coun- son. In the lesson we find that Johnson an employee of the

ty Manager 0. W. ,Campbell. However, :Mr. Campbell let we as Christians are light of the Ebony Bar NW 15th ave. and
Jack Bell, well known Miami world. The life that God lead
it be known in no uncertain terms that he "is not a damn columnist wrote very interesting through us daily; should be so 69th at. shortly after midnightlast
Saturday. Police said John-
bit interested in aching up an Agency that will take on ly on the recent NAACP investi- bright that men will be drawn to son suspected Roach of

one more part of an already split-up program" Its job gation by the Florida State Investigating ,God through UIS.I to break into the juke box trying at the
will be to pull things together. "Then when we find a Committee headed by The subject of the YPE Band" bar. Roach was taken to Jack
former Governor Charley Johns. I was "Search: My Heart, 0 God. i son Hospital for treatment and
loophole, we can plugit, Mr. Bell in his usual manner, Scripture found Psalm 26:1-12.: was discharged Wednesday

Dr. Eugene Byrd, local psychologist, has been namedas went right down the line and told Bro. R. 1. Multry was in chargeof Pollee sad they arrested Johnson -

chairman of a committee that will recommend .members things about' this hearing as he the service. on a charge of assault and

and work out till program for the youth board. saw them. The evening devotional service battery with a gun. Police indicated .
If you didn't read his column was high in spirit and many tes that it was not
With the Juvenile Court, the Police Department, the get a copy of the Miami Herald timonies were told. The message for Johnson to shoot Roach necessary In
Youth Board and other interested agencies at work, let for March 9 and read it, please was delivered by our Mother M. order to prevent the suspected

us hope some definite improvement will be shown in the robbery.

behaviour of our delinquents in the not distant future. The governor believes there should be no substandard GUS GOODMAN of 3880 Ch ..

Juvenile delinquency is on the increase practicallyall housing in Florida. Florida has not been able to par Terrace, Coconut, Grove, was
the United States also in some foreign countries.It dead on arrival at Jackson Me-
over ticipate in the Federal Housing program because of a morial Hospital on Monday
as a
is, a major problem, and it should be ddalt with boldly. Supreme Court ruling that declared unconstitutional a result of stab wounds. IVuce aid

Among the delinquent juvenile of today there could stat law which permitted slum clearance for housing de- Goodman's death resulted from a

be, some of the rulers of the nation tomorrow. velopments. family altercation involving his
Mary Grace and his mother -
However, under amendments made to the National Mrs. Sarah Gardner. Policeare

OFFICIAL AGREEMENT Housing Act in 1954 Florida would be able to participate.This still investigating the case.

1 It's unusual uow-a-day, but it really happened. Tho committee will also study the problem of relo-

city of Miami and the county officials have endorsed a cating displaced families by state highway construction Williams. There Is a meeting inproires.s
in Miami and other now at the church for
State and Federal to abolish slum areas. areas.
program the healing of tnycne who Is sick
Gov. LeRoy ColliDe has appointed a State Committee It is good to see City, County and State working to: and believe that God will heal

and named J. E. Earn manager of the State Planning and gether. Now they ought to be able Ao accomplish something them. We would like to take this
time to wish
Mother Llllie Mar-
Community Service Board as charm ui. worthwhile. shall a happy birthday.

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IN JOINT RECITAL MONDAY NIGHT Letters to The Editor THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper"

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It Itf L IFs HOMESTo The Editor :

Miami Times
Dear Sir:
; Please caution your readers to
"Don't get caught" in the last
ditch attempt Of the Get Rich

Quick Bays who are offering to
? build a home on your lot for no

: down payment.
p4 ; I Your city administration !Is

a. : working full speed ahead in applying -
for Federal Add for urban
I S development. Which means especially -
( for those of you who live

.... '. ..'..... >', ..., _"....._"' _,....... ..... '..0.-- ,,,,,,," in 1.downtown New home Miami.for you at no

. Mezzo Soprano . Baritone 2. Small monthly (payments.

Lovers of good music are In ler enjoy the benefits of training 4. 40 years to pay your bill in

for a rare treat on this Monday under some of the greatest musical full.
can't otter
night, March 17 at :15, when directors in the South. A complete The get-rich-boys
Harris Chapter No. 160, Order of program, consisting of you mall monthly payment; 40 Willie Coffee
in full.
Eastern Star, proudly presents sane of the finest works in clas. years to pay your bill
I Mrs. Josephine Malloy, mezzo ales: semi-classics, spirituals, There who are people and In the right Completes TrainingFor Power Sewing at
soprano, and C. C. Miller dramatic gospels and pqpulars has been places care are .'
baritone, in a joint recitalat prepared and wil Ibe presentedby everything to right the wrong the Masseur CareerWillie Northwestern T f
scheemers have made for Itwouldn't
the James E. Scott Homes both artists.Admission you.
be fair to these
Auditorium, 7200 NW 22nd ave. Is $1.00 and ticketsare people are spurred to action because Coffee, registered masseur The power sewing class at
Mrs. Gladys McFord will be at on sale at Miller's Cleaners, they see corruptive prac. is the new title of this former Northwestern Senior High Schoolis
the piano and Elliott J. Pleze 814 NW 3rd ave., and by mem- ticca popping up in their own concessionaire at Station "D" offering on Monday and Wed
will serve as master of ceremon- bers of the sponsoring group. The back yards. Out it would 'be fair Post Office. Last July, The Times nesday evenings from 7 to 10
\ ies for the occasion.:: public is invited to an evening of to say, commendations are theirs gave a rather detailed account on o'clock training; for beginners who
Both Mrs. Malloy and Mr. MilHAPPENINGS fine musical entertainment. for having the courage to call a Willie Coffee who at that time wish to learn power machine operation

, spade a spade. Knowing full well had been apprenticed to Mrs. shirt or blouse making,
I I that many of their friends are Susan Harris director of the Reactivation garment designing, and garment
20' Discuss involved. Health Center, since tilting.
Royal Why can't 'have non May 23. On March 1, Coffee took
we a
Special training is offered
the Anal examination to becomea
AT JESCA profit appraisal board to point pcnons who aro already employed "-
16th AnniversaryThe out some of these outrageous licensed and registered mas- -
sour He passed all of hU work at power machine operators
DID YOU KNOW prices. People are asking for with high grades. This is a tribute I who wish to improve themselves
Royal Twenties Women'sClub these third to sixth handed homes
That a quiet school is not to this soft-spoken man's so that they may receive promo ,
necessarily met at the home of Mr. and and perhaps prevent some of
in their
a, good school. Children ability to concentrate and to or get new po
Mrs. A. Davis Sunday, March 9 at these gangsters from crowding sitions. For further
need to talk to people and to I I 5:15 in the afternoon to discuss Negroes in areas against the laws grasp subject matter as shown i call PLaza 4-0491. Information
themselves, this way we help too its. 16th anniversary ball. The of the city, health and human through practical application. It I
build the vocabulary, social discussion was the highlight of kindness.A is also a tribute to Mrs. Harris ---.-
mindedness, emotional stability the and investigation whose experience and training
meeting. survey grand jury -
I has made! her on excellent instructor
and many more phases of thebpd's The dance will be held on Fri- will reveal come facts .
Mrs Harris
Coif cc is the second and the "textbook"tape

: personality. day March 21 which will make heart person
I evening in the your sing
to be trained by Mrs. Harris, recordings. The prayers and
Harlem Square Club ballroom.An and one deacon and his 11 cohorts
PATRON'S COUNCIL NEWS and the second to pass with hl hlfadClS' good wishes of many people in
open invitation is extendedto will end up behind bars for per this
The Patron's", Council of Liber- community were with Coffee
I the club's friends and petuating on the human race, a
ty Square Day Care Center met many to lin his work toward becoming a
Tuesday evening, March 12 at 8 those who failed to receive one scheemer to deprive that race of Totally blind Coffee studied the self-sup;or'ting citizen in this
or to those who have its birthright, community development
fcjn. As the parents gathered we seven-month course in massageand community. He will be on she
had a group "singing Parents their address, you may call Mrs. and Individual progressive physical theraphy as givenat daft of the enlarged Reactivation
suggested songs and we all rang Carlee Daniels at HI 4-2907 initiative Lindsay Vocational School by Health Center in the Sir John
together, after this the business at The dance is expected to be Observing the clock of means o.>f the direct teaching& of Hotel.
one of the outstanding events of the time
hand dtacuescd.
the and the Royal Twentiesare \
At Center Two at James E.
Scott Homes the Patron's Coun. there.looking forward to seeing you Dear Editor

cil met Wednesday evening and At the adjournment of Sunday's The 'results". of the late investigation CLEAN..CLEAN
to the delight the
short of parents a meeting, Mrs. Alice HSsmith Lucas of the NAACP Indicate
program exclusively the hostess served a deUce that it Never Advocated Anti-
parents was given. Miss Helen ious repast which American Communist Philosophy,
was enjoyed by CLEAN. :
Dorsett of toe public libraries of i
an O. E. T. is the club's reporter. and that it was Not Acting '
the .
city prepared a very enjoy Against Country's Policy. In fact
able outline of events on the
NAACP means democratic action.It .
adult level.
WHAT IS was the Investigating committee
DAY CARE ACTIVITIESDid that made me see Red!

you see the birthday list Sincerely,
for last month? Every last Friday 930 ? George Savitt
of each month the school is open, I
the children at each oi the Day
Care Centers are given a birthday
party. The names of these children
are printed every month in LAST CHANCE TO SEE AND HEAR

the column of happenings at
JESCA; in: site of the limited
recognition of words our children LEE ANDREWSAND

look forward eagerly to the appearance
of this list. Fi
Remember the "King andQueen" _
contest held annually at PLUS *
the Liberty Square Auditorium?
This year the contest will be held WILLIE MABON AND BAND

at the same place, the auditoriumand

the date is April 8, at 8 p.m. FRI. SAT. SUN. MARCH 14 15 16
Come out and enjoy yourself. ,
There Is admission
no price
charged SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 p.m.-2 a.m.

The Sub-Dobs Talent Show will .

be held Tuesday, March 18 at the _4 um'

Liberty Square Auditorium. Wai- BEGINNING MONDAY MAR. 17
ley Futch will emcee the show ,
also entertainers now
in Miami area will be appearinl,1, Those FabulousMIDNIGHTERS
ists on the show. For
of pleasure! you are invited. I '- aThat's
Tickets may be purchased from I

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Scott Community Association office the super-dry taste you get

6244. NW 15th ave., phone PLUS when you make your JQt '

ft 7-T289. If I CAL (Pee Wee) GREEN & BAND Martini with clcan-tasting .. .

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Congress Asked to Withold Funds EASTER SUNRISE t Carolina the Women, who of is the looking State of forwardto South

SERVICES SET FOR seeing a mammoth crowd on
hand to'watch the sun ris from
Washington, Match 8 The 1fu1 inadequacies of the illegally an even more severe handicap the ocean and send forth its rays
National Association for tbe Advancement I segregated Negro schools impose upon the national effort." JUPITER'BEACH over the worshippers.
of Colored People has I
Palm Beach Area cit.
West -
again urged Congress to withhold _._ .-
will their first concerted -
federal funds for education from 80 ATTEND at FAMU. Mr. Smith is directorof izens get
opportunity to watch the sun
segregated schools. the workshop. rise over the blue Atlantic while I The BookwormBy

Testifying: before Labor the and Senate Public FAMU PRESSWORKSHOP One of the highlights of the raising their voices in' singing
on William Henry Huff for ANP
Easter morning
Sunday year
Welfare here on. March 5, Clar- conference was ,the organization
ence Mitchell, director, of the of the Florida InterscholasticPress According to H. E. McKinney, I have to smite and give a
NAACP Washington Bureau, cited Association a State wide well known local public relations I I friendly look
the continuing defiance of the I Ay William, Junior, Edw. iYr* organization of high school figure who is handling publicityfor At every one In whose hand Is
United States Supreme Court I journalists and advisers. The idea the project, the first Easter a book.
High, Palatka, Fla. Sunrise Mission Services to be
ruling against segregation: in was brought to light by Mrs. I gladly lift hat to him or her
and MoRae of Central Academy held here will take place at Jupi- my
Marian H. Shannon, adviser to :
education fcf political action
public such
No matter may
Some eighty
Tallahassee I ter Beach on Sunday morning,
the Booker T. Washington High
leaders erf Alabama ,
young junior journalists from all April 6 beginning at 5 a.m. occur
School The Washingtonian.Those I I
Louisiana Mississippi paper.
Georgia, ,
over Florida gathered on the For those who will be called uponto
South Carolina and Virginia A truly spiritual songfest will
of Florida A and M University lead
,campus who participated from
be conducted with Mrs. Seretha
in the to that Promised Land
to participate Miami Anna Jean Hawkins My people
were ,
"The question arises* he said Eighth Annual InterscholasticPress White Strong of Miami conducting n Whereon we all must some day
Cynthia Ferguson, Ulysses ,
" group of 150 voices, assisted by
can the official of these statesbe Workshop held last week. stand.
Marcelle Wake Booker T. Wash-
trusted to handle kind ,of Rev. Ira McCall, director of the
federal assistance tor the educa- High schools represented included ington High; Eunice Mosley, Bar. Miami Master Singers. The Mas I
tion of all of our dtiscns with- Central Academy High, bara Seniors, Cedric Moss, Mays ter Singers are expected to ren-
out finn anti-segregation safeguards Palatka, ; Howard, Ocala; BookerT. High; der several numbers also, as well
? The answer. to that Washington, Miami; New as choirs from West Palm Beach,
question is "No" Stanton Senior High, Jacksonville Riviera Beach, Pompano, Fort
; Miiddleton, Tampa; Univer-; W. P. B. NEGROESWIN Lauderdale, Stuart, Fort Pierce,
The NAACP, Mr. Mitchell told High, Tallahaisee and Mays High, Vero Beach and Miami. I
the committee members, asks Goulds. Messages from several out OOTH
"that no state be given y funds GOLF SUITNew standing Florida ministers will
unless its appropriate officials These young journalists had the precede the delivery of the mes- AGUE
pledge that such money will be opportunity to work with some Orleans, La. (ANP) sage by Bishop J. W. Wilson,
spent in conformity wttA the requirements Qf the nation's best known newsmen Negroes in West Palm Beach, outstanding Souht Carolina
of the U. S. Supreme which included such notables Ha., again won the right to use church leader.Sponsoring .
Court decisions of May 17, 1954, us: Robert Ratcliffe, managing I the city's municipally-owned golf the sunrise pro-
and May 31, 1953 in tOO school editor of the Piittsgurb Courier; course when the United States gram is Mrs. Alice Sa under' of ORA-JEL
desegregation cases." Calvin Adams, reporter, The St. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, in West Palm Beach, church missionary I
Petersburg Times; Russell Cowan, a ruling here last week, refused mother, and ,leader of,
Mr. Mitchell read into the rec- sports editor, The Chicago Defender to lift an injunction ordering the
ord a letter'which NAACP Executive -- -- --- -- ----
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Secretary Ray Wilkins Correspondent, Associated ban on the course.
wrote to Marion Folsom, secretary I Negro Press; Cliff Mackay, editorof
of health, education and the 9froAmerican Newspaper, The permanent injunction was OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
welfare, on Jan. 3. In this letter issued last June 13 after Dr..
Mr. Wilkins charged and Frances H. Mitchell, associ- Warren H. Collie and three other .
"Two million Negro children ated editor, Jet Magazine.At Negroes filed a suit contending SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
continue to be deprived of their that the city, in not pedmitting
right to equal access to the best the opening session Thursday them to use the golf course, violated -
training their communities pro << morning Charles J. Smith, : their civil rights.
vide. Education and training In III, brought official greetings to
the sciences for the generality of the entire body. Greetings were The appellate court here main
students are now deemed inade- also brought by Dean H. Manning tained that the appeal was overruled -
quate to meet the challenge to Efferson and Dr. Dorwin Turner, by three !previous opinionsof
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JESCA YOUTH tants finishing> in that order In
RUTH PERRYI 8 GAMES the Junior and Senior Divisions
TALENT SHOW > Dl the 'show.Stesldes .
Bethune-Cookman College has the youth, we plan to
think all of us who are in-1'i No matter how much the Par-
its 1958 football
completed have for your enjoyment a number
terested in freedom and an end ty says it is working for Negro schedule which calls for only of outstanding guest artists,
to segregation! read Jack Bell's rights this is a deception and a
eight games, according to a release is probably the greatest currently appearing) in this area.
column in last Sunday's Miami fraud, says Mr. Hoover. The from the office: of RudolphC. array of local talent ever to appear >- Admission for teen-agers and
Herald with a great deal of interest Party's sole interest as most Matthews, director of athleticsand on any one program has adults Is. cents and'tickets may
and thankfulness.: I don't American Negroes know, is to head coach. been assembled by the Sub-Deb be purchased from Sub-Deb members
believe the stand the officers of hoodwink the Negro, to exploit The Wildcats will play only Clubs of the James E. Scott and at the office of the
the NAACP took in the recent him and use his as a tool to
two games on their home groundsbut Community Association for its James E. Scott Community Association -
investigation, could be explainedany build a communist America. Florida fans will be able to Fourth Annual Youth Talent 6246 NW 15th ave. Net
better than Mr. Bell did in NAACP AND COMMUNISM see them in action in Jackson- Show scheduled for 8 p.m. Tues- proceed from, the show will go
his column. For this reason, if ville and Tampa. day, March 18 In the Liberty to the James 'E, Scott Community -
any readers interested in doingso I I Square Auditorium 6301 NW '
Mr. Hoover gives many interesting Association to help with its
will take a few moments and Coach Matthews announces 14th ave. of recreational
I facts in the chapter entitled program 'and educational
drop Mr. Bell a line or two I. Communism and Minori that the annual Tilt of the Maroon First, second and third place activities' in the communlty. -
thanking him for writing as he ties. There is no doubt but that and Gold will return to Tampa, prizes will be awarded to contes. .
did, I am sure he will appreciate the Communist Party has made and would be played October 11
it. vigorous efforts to infiltrate the which is earlier than usual be- -- --
NAACP. However, in 1950 the cause of the problem of getting
MASTERS OF DECEITJ. NAACP authorized its board of the field in November. I---------- late to have your

Edgar Hoover has recently directors to revoke the charter of In a discussion of the schedule, .
written a book called "Mastersof any chapter found to be commun.: Coach Matthews informed that GRADUATION PHOTO Made
Deceit published by Henry ist-controlled. Quoting Mr. the team would play nine games
Holt and Co. As all of us know, j Hoover "The NAACP's national providing the November open
Mr. Hoover is director of the leadership has vigorously denounced date on the schedule could be fiU. Cap and Gown Furnished. Alto tassel with your
Federal Bureau of Investigation, I! communist attempts at ed. He b still in search for a .
and has been for many years. His infiltration. Minority groups, game on that date. school's colors .
boor is the story of Communism! like other patriotic organizations,, 1 .., 1
In America know that no communistcreatedUtopia The 1858 Football Schedule:
and how to fight it.
No I can compete with the September 27, South Carolina .-
man, believe is
more American way of life. The ability State, South Carolina; Oct. 4,
to write this of book
type of the communists to Florida
propagate Normal Daytona; Oct. 11,
and I would suggest that the Prom Backdrop Available for Prom Photo
their false doctrines is a Morris Drown, Phillips Fields,
reading of it is a "must" for
challenge to our educational pro- 20th Annual Tilt of the Maroon
those who
want to
really cess. We need to counter communism and Gold, Tampa! ; Oct. 18, Dene-
combat Communism it. and how to by making the hopes and dice, Columbia, S. C.; Oct. 23, Fla. Johnson of Miami
aspirations of the American ideala A and M, Gator Bowl, Florida
Aa Mr. Hoover says in the foreword reality; for all to enjoy. Classic Jacksonville; Nov. 1,
to his book, he wrote k. he. This book is required reading I Open; Nov. 8, Fort Valley, homecoming 1182 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 1-9M1
cause he believes that every citizen for those who want to know more ,, Daytona; Nov. 15, Xavier
has a' dubto learn more I about communism and its threatto (L, New Orleans; Nov. 23, Allen
about the menace that threatensus. America. U., Columbia, S. C.

If citizens will take the time 1
to inform themselves, they will FREE TRAINING NAACP OFFICIAL ,

find mysteries that as communism its leaders holds have blueprinted no CLASSES FOR SAYS "YOU CAN'T There is no'Vbdka '

their objectives.Mr. NURSES' AIDES TRUST THE

Hoover goes on to say that
he has faith in the ,American Interesting volunteer activity as i SOUTH"Washington like Gordon's.
people and in our American way Nurses Aides is being offered by (ANP) Offl. ..
of life, but he knows what communism the Red Cross and a free train. I cials of deep southern states cannot -
could do to us. The danger ing class for Nurses' Aides will be trusted to handle any kind 189 yean of tradition fa very; i+bottle
is this: We may not learn until begin shortly, according to Mrs.C. Off Federal assistance for the education -
: it is too late to recognize who P. Homberger, chairman. I of all of our citizens
the communists are what they U you wish to talk to Mrs. without firm anti-segregation
are doing, and what we ourselves I Horriberger about joinglng this safeguards, declared Clarance
therefore, must do to defeat group, she invites you to see her Mitchell, director of the Wash-
them. He also says that he at Red Cross headquarters, B020 ington Bureau, NAACP.
hopes that members of the Com- Biscayne Blvd., between the Testifying before the Senate )RDON
munist Party will take the time hours of 10 a.m. on Thursday, Committee on Labor and Public
to read his book. to see how, light March 20. If you cannot come Welfare, Wednesday, Mitchell
before their eyes, the party is then, she invites calls at her urged the congress to withhold t.
deceiving them. It is a known home, Mo 17398. funds from any state, whose officials ODKAfe 't I IIM
fact that many members, once Mrs. Homberger point out that refuse to pledge the money
awakened to the true nature of Red Cross Nurses' Aides, after in conformity with the requirements -
communism, have renounced the completing the free training may Qf the U. S. Supreme Court
Party. This is especially true of wear the distinctive Nurses' Aide decisions of May 17, 1954 and
a very small number of Negroes uniforms and insignia while on May 1 1055, in UK school desegregation
who misguidedly joined the duty. Nurs& Aides are expectedto case
Communist Party, thinking it was give a few hours a week of
the answer to their problem of their time as volunteers in hos
segregation. pitals. At present there are
scores of Nurses' Aides who en- "Rhomania"Friday
joy this activity in Dade hos

NEGROIt The training course, which is B. T. W. Auditorium

is also true that Communist easy, consists of evening sessions
leaders have bitterly complained once a week for ten weeks. These aThLLEDp
about the Party's inability to indoctrinate will be taught by Miss Geraldine
any large number of Jackson, registered nurse, at a C i 1 .
Negroes. For all their history of room .provided by Jackson Memo i. 'M'X 0NRV HoM'fi,
segregation and Jim Crow, the rial Hospital. Following the class- oR 3 DEOROOMSG
proportion of Negroes joining the room sessions, Nurses' Aide volunteers flOOM'KUfCHl **,

Communist Party has been very will receive practical on- ev .. ,?
the-job training, and then be
smell, and many of them who
presented their certificates and
joined renounced the Party later
Insignia at a graduation cere:
they discovered that Com-
munism did cot really want to mony.
additional Nurses Aides
help the Negro. It only wanted to Many
needed Red Cross and Mrs.
are by
further the aims of world com-
munism. Hornberger urges interested per- I
sons to telphone or see her.

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I Francis . ,
438 NW 7th st,
I Fad but loving memory of I family of the late Nash Hogan March of 5 at Jackson Me- /
our dear husband and father, MRS. BETSY FRAZIER rial Hospital. Funeral services BAREFOOTCan t

who died Feb 25, in Charleston, will be held Saturday, March 15, .,
S. C., takes this method to thankall Be
Rev. GeorgeE.
2 pm. in the chapel,
kind friends of Miami and
Johnson officiating. He is survived -
Bethel AME Church COSTLYJohnson
members of M.
wife Mrs.
by a ,
ho remembered us with tokens : I >
Hogan, two daughters, Florida
her Illness 1
Of sympathy ,
Mae and Naomi, a son John anda
death and burial. ef+... .
Mrs Victoria Harris, I stepdaughter, Codkie of Coconut ......... ... i
Grove. Interment In Lincoln.
daughterAnd .. SI".. fir

Family ..... ,a.,.

Tobe Swint of 1954 NW 6th YWII tel
IN MEMORIAMIn ave., died March 7. Funeral ser- .., --
4 ..... ..
loving memory of our dar .' vices were held on Monday,
mother March 10, 2 pm. at the chapel. _ -
I ling ,-_... _.._-- _. ._._ I Rev N. F. Clark officiated. Survivors ... ........ ) 1' '.I
. are a wife, Mrs. Lucinda ... ........., ;' i iII

I Swint, two daughters, Mrs. Hat- ......... ,
tie lUll and Mrs. Alzone Alex- A
; sons, -
;. and Clarence. Interment in -

Pik Y Rs t I ,'4.,:',",:. ", Lincoln Cemetery. and Son

JL.- H_ :_.._ _ir"_ _. Howard Aytes of 357 NW 16thst. 6570 N.W. 15th Av..
died March 7.
The body was
:Mrs. Lydia Jane Hill of 2340 shipped at 10 pjn. Tuesday to Shoe ShopREPAIRING !
NW 154th st, Opa Lcjcka, died at Deland. Funeral services will be

THEODORE A. LIGHTBOURN Jackson Memorial Hospital on held March 16 in the chapel of ii i
March 10. Mrs. Hill was among Charles
Bailey Funeral
who died March 18, 1948. Home. He'' i
He's but not forgotten. pioneer Miamians, having come is survived by three sons, Clemon w. Savt Your Solei -While Voi I
gone Nassau dur-
to this country .from Limas and Howard. Watt t tI
Mrs Julia Lightbourn ,rAyt ing the year 1921. Survivors are I'
And Children her mother, Eleanor Thompson of Fine Shoe Repairing

Nassau, two( sons, William I Shoe Shined and Oy+4
MEMORIAMIn of of the taxi daughters and other relatives. ..
IN Bethel, owner one Phone PL 9 9190>
companies of Nassau, and James. Chapel services will be conducted -
memory of our devoted sister Tngraham of Miami, two daughters I' on Friday, March 14 at 2 p.m.

Mrs. Enid Rahming and with Rev. J. N. Byrd officiating '
EDNA MAE ARMSTRONG .;. Ellen Welch of Miami, 19 grand- Burial will be held at Lincoln j" ? <\ "( I

who departed this life on March I children, and others. Funeral Memorial Cemetery.Mrs. .
13 1957 will be conducted at
Willie Mae If you happen to .*. a leak.
You have gone to a home far Trinity OME Church on Satur- Bailey of 3079
away JENNIE FERGUSON day, March 15 at'2 pun with NW 45th st., died at Jadkson Call me, don't watt until
Where no sin can enter, no sor. 'who departed this life March 18, Rev. Harris officiating. Burial Hospital on March 10. Survivorsare next week.
row dismay; 1957. She is gone, but not forgotten will be conducted at Lincoln Memorial five daughters Mrs. Lottie
But I can still hear your sweet to that Heavenly home Cemetery. Mae Johnson, Annie Mae Young, When next week rtlla
voice saying above. Edith Bailey; six sons, Love around,

My dear, follow me. Some sweet day we long to meet Harry Jackson of 518 NW 17th Enice Men, Lillian Williams and The rain will come down.
Mrs Margaret Johnson, sister her, st., died at his residence on Willie, Mack, Samuel, Joseph and
And Family And share in her infinite love. March 8. He Is survived by his Robert; a sister: Mrs. Ethel Mit- And when the rain comes

God knows how much we miss widow, Keola four sons and chell, 34 grandchildren. Funeral down,
services will be conducted on
you Tuesday at 2 I ean't make a dim..
at the
fade pan First
IN MEMORIAMThe \saver shall your memory(
shall always Church of Brownsville Request save time,
family of the late Loving thoughts CARD OF THANKS with Rev. E. 'Brown officiating. you

. wander, Burial will be held> at Lincoln. And gain a dime.COOPER .
,, 1:" laid.
.' !I where were
To the spot you
.f >f: ; ; I We the family of the late,
!Rose White, daughter
? Harold Ferguson, son \ WILLIAM A. KANADY Dlnck Dean of 1201 NW 64th *
is who entered into Eternal Rest st., died at his residence on March
fit .' ''1 And The Family Saturday morning, March 1, 12. He is survived by a son,
> M 1958 at White Springs wish to Booker, and a daughter, Mrs. & SON
: . IN MEMORIAMIn express our sincere thanks and Annie Lee Miazon Arrangementsare
f.t appreciation to the host of at this time incomplete.

:: : memory of our loving mother friend and neighbors, who remembered Roofing Company
and sister, with kind expres- 'her
us Angela Denlce of 1749
,. sad hour bereavement -
"t''f< > O;' sions during our of NW 6th ave., the young daughterof
f : Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fisher, 6306 N.W. 15th Ave.
II I Thanks to all whom space will died at home on March 8. Chapel
jjpp ',i IfJ not permit us to name personally services were conducted March Phone PL 4-7032
i for cards telegrams and 11 with Rev. A. J. Reddick officiating -
; florals. Special thanks to the St. Burial was: conducted at
i i I John Baptist Church family for Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. ,
s, their floral of sympathy; Mrs
\ Sd s :'Lt Selena Jackson, who put aside

t > <; all her duties to come and stand

; .1 so faithfully by us.
We especially thank Rev. D.
'. B. Solomon Funeral Home
White, Rev Carter and membersof
.sA' I IRa I, Spriagville Baptist Church;
-:-I' I I Bass' and Hall Mortuary for its (EetabUahed 1926)

.....; ,... _..._'-- d courteous and efficient service.
May God bless all of you.Becsle Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service ;il
who departed this life Feb. 27, 4ry ,. W' :.i ii. daughter
tc Funeral Within Range of Each Budget
1957 embraces this opportunity Grace P. Rivers, daughter
.acknowledge with profound gra- 1 William A. Kanady Jr., son
ciousness, the kind expressions ol (: Harley Kanady, son
:sympathy and courtesy afforded J

us The during solace our deeds bereavement rendered bj >i1 CARD OF THANKS 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3'1440

.... . __
and .
Rev A. D. Hall, officers ,,- .ow _. -
"""' "'
amid late
members of Ebenezer Methodist CARNETTA MORLEYwho ine fANNIE y ut ute
Church the Grand United Order
; died March 11, 1957 Gone,
who died Feb. 28. 1958 wishes to
1 of Pallbearers; The Household of ,
''but not forgottenThough
thank all kind friends and relatives
Ruth the Dade County Negro -
; ,' thou hast called me to
Morticians Association, and our 'Who remembered us with RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
resign acts of kindness! during the> death
friends, shall always be
many it ne'er was
Wlut most I prized,
and burial of beloved wife
vivid in our hearts and memories. our PRIVATE
and mother.To .
0 Divine Master, grant that
I have but yieJdod'what! was
we may not so much seek to be done! the Graylyn Hotel staff,
will be
consoled, as to console; to be understood Thy will from day to day Francis Funeral Home, Fr. JohnE.
as to understand to beloved Blend Renew It my with thine, and takeaway Culmer and members of St.Algnes' Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
a* to love; for it is in giving Church, added thanks for
I services rendered.
that we receive. that makes Jt hard to splendid
AU now
The FamilyCARD Tern Cah. husband 3-5900
say, Joseph Cumberbatch, son
Thy will be done

OF 'THANKS Virginia Ne\\bc-ld, daughter: HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL
Roosevelt Morley,. son IN MEMORIAM
The family of the late Alma Smith, sister
TOBE SWINT And Family In sad bat loving memory of
of 1954 NW 6th ave., wish to our beloved mother and grandmother -

take this method to thank our CARD OF THANKSThe ,
many friends and neighbors, MARTHA B. SYMONETTE "A Living Service for the Living"Range
along with understanding rela- family of the late, who departed this life March 17,

tives, who were so kind and ANDREW BULLARD 1950 at Key West Gone but not'
thoughtful to us in our hours of takes this method to thank the forgotten. Funeral HomeOSCAR
and Asleep in Jesus blessed sleep
bereavement. Words could never many kind friends neighbors
express how grateful we are to relatives for the many cards,, From which none ever wakes to
;you. Mr. Swint died on Friday, 'etters, telegrams. flowers and ''Yo.et1p. AND ATHALIC RANGE. Owner
March 7 at the home. of his son, 'he use of cm diurinj the deatht A ca'm and undisturbed repose
Arthur P-\lnt. our loved one. Special thank:, Unbroken by the last of foes PHONES PL 4-7468 PL 1-1331

We would like to five a special 'o the Range Funeral Home foi The Family
,thanks to the neighbors of 6th its efficient and courteous services -. I Bernice Farrington, daughter
ave. and 19th st, and the Food and to Bishop- II. Curtis 01: ,Harry Symonette, son Oscar Range Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director

Fair/;Inc., for their donations. We, the Church of God of Prcvthecy: 'William Symonette, son 5727
N.W. 17th
also give. f!;edal thanks to the Carver Rarchcs. May God blcs:, Six grandchildren Avenue Miami, FloridaCARDS
Francis,Funeral Home. you all I Six great grandchildren
The Family The Family I Key West, Fla.

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MIAMI TIMES 'The People Newspaper National Library NEGRO INAMERICA recovered.the heart from which the patient ;

SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1958 PAGE 9 Week March 16-22 TO BE And there .are minutely informed I

appraisals of the modern Negro -
The Dorsey Memorial Branchof PUBLISHEDNEW intelligent, labor leaders and
the Miami Public Library will sports figures: W E. B. DuBols
YW to Send Five to join the nation in celebrating YORK The Lonesome Robert S. Albbott, Paul Robeson
National Library Week from Road: The Story of the Negro's Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen .
March 16 to March 22. Part in America, by Saunders I Walter White, A Phillip
Redding will be ,published March Randolph, Thurgood Marshall and
to Miss H. M. Dor- of individuals .
According Joe Louis. These appraisals
National Conference 31 by Doubleday and Co., it was
sett branch librarian the
library announced this week. The author provide an Illuminating
will offer three official of racial
programs approach to solutions
3. professor of English at Hampton
during the week: institute, Hampton, Va., brings question'S.RINGWORMDANDRUf'' .

Murrell branch of the Young Monday, March 17 at 7:30: pjn. into view great but little-kribwn ,I
Women's Christian Association of "Wake up and Read" A panel Negroes who have given so much I Ito
Miami, will have five representatives f discussion on the importance C>treading America. Among those Included -
at the 21st National Trien- in the adult world. Open are: Daniel Payne, whowas
born to a freedman in :
house and refreshments. SUFFERERS
nials Convention of the YWCA of ,
Charleston in 1811 founded
Wednesday, March 19 at 4 pm. a
the U. S. A., starting March 13, "Books and You" Presenta- school for Negroes, and went onto IT YOU HAVE.aczL DM u,R1UTTI.E MNOVORM.O NAG OTHER DANMOrTTETTER. KMOR "
and continuing through March 19 tion of newer books for teenage become Bishop of the African KALP OUOTATKMM, PERMIAN WILL AJT. I
at Kiel Auditorium boys and girls.Thursday Methodist Church; Sojourner roan TRAMITORY REUEr 99 THE KAUNO
in St. Louis, IIaUOOIlToI
Mo. it March 20 at 4 p.m.'Children's Truth, who escaped! her chains BEAUTICIAN oa RAAftER AROVT..DlVe.tUllrlj...\
was yesterday
Hour" Puppet and traveled around the nation
by Mrs. A. Louise 'Taylor exec- show and stories. preaching against slavery and for
utive director. women's rights; and Daniel Hale

Delegates from this The March 17 program will be Williams, who was the first sur- I MAtII NIIUt1u..ass.w...Ir M/ .............,
community moderated by F. B. Neasman, geon to perform an operation on
include Mrs. BTaylor and Mrs. Family Service Consultant. Mr.
Robert Ellis, Teen-Age director, Neasman will be assisted by Mrs.
Miss Marie D. Roberts, branch Geradine Moore and Mrs. F. B.
chairman, Mrs. Timothy Lindsey, Neasman. Following the panel
branch vice chairman, to cover discussion, members of the
the young adult assembly, and Friendship Garden and Civic
Burnetta Sands Y-Teen. Club will entertain all persons DAY
attending the program.. Mrs. Ann
They will be among the approximately Coleman 1
president of the club,
3,000 women from will serve as official hostess for
the more than 1900 YWCA unitsin the evening. CLEANERIN
the United States who will bespeaking
for the total YWCA The teen program will be con-
members-hip in this country on I ducted by Miss Mary Farrell, BY 10-OUT BY 5
the formulation of YWCA policy ATTY. L, E. THOMAS young people's librarian of the
for the next triennium. Theme of I Miami Public Library and the
the 1958 convention is 'Deep YMCA MembershipDrive children's hour will be directed
Roots and World Reach." Duringthe I by Mrs. Rose F. Byrd, assistant PANTS
past several months local OpensThe librarian at the Dorsey branch.
YWCAs have reviewed the con-
vention Work Book:, based on this AH programs held In the library -
theme, and delegates have been official opening of the '58 100 NW 17th St., are free
prepared to discuss the major Membership Enrollment of the and open to the public.
issues of the convention Including George Washington Carver "Visit your library Wake up
a new statement on the YW'a Branch of the YMCA of Greater and Read." : 5D
family life program, a peace Miami is scheduled for April 7,
statement and the Public Affairs Judge L. E. Thomas, chairman of
program. the drive announced today.

The theme of the Metropolitan
The convention
program, according -
to Mrs. BTaylor will emphasize YMCA Membership "Enrollmentis (kv a d4ac&t'1XitaaRey .-
'IShoot The Moon.
the needs of individual The six
'yt branches of Greater Miami FULLY INSURED ,
members and of the local YWCA,
as an organization meeting com- will be in competition with each $ .
munity needs, in the light of the other, as each branch attempts to f. .,
world setting. get to the "Moon" first with Son Cleaners
members, according to Atty.
Opening session of the conven. Thomas, Wing Commander of
tion will be at 2 pm. Thursday, ship -G-W-C-Y-l" We build according to
March 13, with Miss Lilac Reid 1047 N.W. 3rd AvenueOpen
Barnes, national YWCA presi- The Carver Branch Organization your plans or our

dent,first presiding principal, and address presentingthe of the Thedford consists Johnson of three, groups.Dr. G.Rev.W. No down payment Dally 6:30: a.m. to 7 p.m-Sat. to R p.m. Clo.ed Sunday

Hawkins and Dr. Edward J.
week4onzpuley.( "Our Deep
Use lot _
Roots" is the subject of Miss Braynon Jr., are Group Com- your Mggj Mg M nnnM na0HHHHMBBBIHOHHn| BMBBIH
Barnes' address. manders. The names of the l& l1 7
Squadron Captains and Space tJ1J L.p Lnaoa
Other leaders in religious and Cadets will be announced at a
fit ) Q
national and world affairs will later date. !! ( In Fine WliislteijFLEISCHMAWS

1 speak on various facts of the convention 100% FinancingNE
theme. They include Dr.
I Buell G. Gallagher, (president af "Rhomania"Friday 5-6171
City College of New York whose
subject Thursday night, March 13 March 21st Q n.ral Building Contractor
will be 'The World and Us", and 1121 NW 29th 8t, Miami
Dr. Hadley Cantril, chairman of B. T. W. Auditorium
the 'board of the Institute for In. JSTHEB1JYfk
ternational Social Research, -- -- I Ia
Princeton, N. J., and Dr. Marion
Milliard, outstanding woman doctor
a vice president of the "Y" .
Canada, and author of the best FIRST IN COCONUT GROVE ., E4T
seller, "A Woman DoctorLooks at ,S"," "t i
Love and Life," who will partici- '' ."., '
pate in a panel discussion on Friday < 1\

night March 14, "Under Brand New Airy Apts. ",, ,ii:., ,, >: ;

standing ture." Ourselves in Our Cul- ;,f"v" ..;:r: ;,r ;
( ,;:, i
At the convention dinner Sat- ;' ", "I
urday night March 19, Paul G. ,, ,
Hoffman, corporation executiveand FURNISHEDFREE
international affairs expert: _
will be the principal speaker. Dr.
Zelma George of Cleveland, Ohio,
singer, sociologist and leader In ELECTRIC
work with young people will be
featured at the dinner. WATER "
) / ro raeorILIMO1D
Dr. Edwin T. Dahlberg, presi- GAS
dent of the National Council of
Churches, will ;eak Sunday
night March 16, preceding the "

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, Highlights of North Sooth Golf Tournament -

Cola," the champ replied. "Nine
By MOSS H. KENDRIXI six 100?" I asked. "No 80" j
ty or ,
picked Up the telephone . struck back Mr. Louis. Those days I'
one of my bosses was calling are about gone forever, Joe. Sor- Miss. to Probe
"Who's in the tournament?" be ry, everything used in the pro-
asked, "I'd like to come out and duction of Coke, from water
watch some of, the play.. through boor to sales taxes, has 1 JACKSON, Miss. (ANPt
gone up. Product tried hard to THE MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper"PAGE
"Well, let's see . There's Joe The Mississippi Senate early last -
Louis and Me, Jackde Robinsonand hold the price-line, but couldn'tSalutes
week adopted unanimously a 10 SATURDAY MARCH 15, 1958
Me . The Chicago are in order for Ray
and Me resolution calling for an intensive
"Nite Train" Layne ,
and his fine tournament committed -
some look-a-oners like Nat Cole, Miami's Dr. Ira P. investigation of the state chapter
Cab Calloway, Frank Robinson Davis! Mrs. Ann Lindsey and qf the National Association for
of the Cincinnati Reds and lots of Hurt Jackson, Ted Jones and Ray; the Advancement of Colored
business and professional people Colas of New York, and all of the 'MW
from the cold, cold North, who people in the city who cooperate' People.

gal here just in time llyoF1 revs'weatherwlse" yearly in this wonderful golf Condemning the NAACP as not
that Florida is promotion. Roy Campanella gave dedicated to the best interest of
biggest golf trophy ever seen by the Negro or the White race, the
Certainly, I should have added the writer no bigger than the resolution, which was sent to the
that promoter-pro Ray Mitchellwas heart of the donor, however.Other House for concurrence, requeststhe
there, with the Boss, Mrs., General Legislative Investigation -
and secretary-daughter Beverly, trophy donors, to name a Committee to make the
all Just as happy to be out of few, were Jackie Robinson and study "in an effort to determine
chilly New York City aj w a s his Chock Full O'Nuts, Joe Louis their (members and directors)
everyone here that resides: north and the International Boxing means, methods associates, affiliations
of Jacksonville. This was Ray'a Club, Nat Cole, and The. Coca- and ultimate objectivesIn
5th annual North-SotMth Winter Cola Co. the state.Meanwhile.

Tournament, the weather was The boss enjoyed watching the .,M '!'3. "wi ? r..y'
fine and the Miami Springs Country : State Sen. Stanton i ro a'w r -s l.a.
play. got nothing but the fun
Club was In top shape. of playing. Hall of Hattlesburg, chairman of Dignified Living at its Beat
Out of the tournament came the Investigating committee, attempted -
come fine chamfclons Charlie to attach the Communist CAROL ANN APARTMENTS

Sifford, the Phllly pro, took first A Battle of SongsThe tag on the civil rights organ 14100 N.W. 24th Court Op Lock Fla.
followed by Ted ization. He said that some of its ,
place money
annual contest of songs between FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.,
Rhodes, St. Louis, and Herbert directors have records of subversive
Dixon, Miami, in that order. Joe Greater the Bethel Gospel AME Church Chorus and ol activities. I' Bedroom and 2 Bedrooms Near Kwlk Chek Bullet
who The NAACP is NOT on the Tile Baths showers
Roach, Miami boy, stopped choir No. 2 of Mt. Zion Baptist Playground
Louis before out in United States Department of
will be held this year at
Los Angeles, successfully defended Mt. Zion on Thursday, March 20, nitice's. subversive organizationlist. Phone MU 8-0617 Agent on Premises
his amateur title, edging out
at 8 Or Call Downtown Office FR 3.8418Our
p.m. :
Henry; Baxtdn, Los Angeles, and Both The resolution was authored by
Clifford Town, Cleveland, who groups are sparing no Sen. George Yarbrough of R e d i
pains to make this a gala occasion. Banks He
came in two-three. Miss. said the state
Come and enjoy this musical American Legion convention had
Miss: Myrtle Patterson, New extravaganza and vote for adopted a resolution requiring
York hotel owner and businesswoman your favorite choir. Admission js such an investigation. Classified Columns Get Fast Results
became a three-time free,
winner of the tournament when I

she out scored the large numberof I CHAMPIONS: AND CELEBRITIES AT
women entries and beat her RAY MITCHELL GOLF MEET
closest competitors Miss Myrtice __

Mclver, Dayton and Mrs. Alice ,
Stewart, Detroit. The women's lfifY1 ,1 yt't'p {F rj 3 Ii

first flight was won by Miss Ea-

ron Floore, Cleveland, with second : ,
flight honors going to Miss .
Daisy Gorham, Nek York City.

Dr. Clarence Hilton, Newark,
came ahead of Atlanta's 74-year- i

old Dr. H. M. Holmes, who planed f,1 f
i>Ea 3M'go' efe sl 1
second in the senior men's di- r
vision. Now the secret is out -
people saying that Dr. Holmes,
I, who never plays a tournament
without winning a trophy, can't
miss as long' as his ministersonthe
Rev. William Oliver Holmes,
walks the holes with him. Takingup
golf after fifty, Dr. Holmes
1 swings like a teenager.I 4 r
enjoyed the sun, (!on't ask my 1 ,
score, but my happiest experiencewas rKoo ,
4 '
; I II
to have a lady golfer Intro- -k a' 4 a a I II
duce me to her young ton hold
trig the clubs she bought him Y
after- seeing my ten-year-old tot,
Alan, play in the UGA last sum- s' w ,F: a

mer. Several other players told +
me that they had gifted their g
kids with clubs last Christmas.

We'll be watching this new. crop
of young golfers.
Saw Joe Louis after his qualifying -
round. Score? "I shot the
wholesale price of a case of Coca-

Ray Mitchell's recent 5th. annual -
North-South Winter Tour
nament was quite a success! ,
bringing to Miami some of the . f
outstanding names in sports, en- {
tertainment and business. I J
Above are some of the well- ,
known persons participating in
the tournament and its gala ac
tivities. Photo (1) shows beautiful
Sara Lou Harris New York
model-radio-TV star and internationally -,
known fashion expert,
extending congratulation to
Charlde Sifford, Philadelphia pro,
who placed first in his division;
(2)) Nat King CoJe conx.limenu
Ted Rhodes of St. Louis, who was
runner-up to Sifford, center; NY
banker and businessman William
Hudjins, left, salutes tourney II I
promote Ray Mitchell; (4) in
behaOf of Coca-Cola, Moss H. A,tl +
Kendrix, Washington PRfirm
head, awards trophy and chest
to women's winner, Miss Myrtle
Patterson New York Citv hotel
operator; ((0)) Amateur championJoe
Roach poses wEd!'! .ra 4s,
retired New York restaurant
owner and businessman, who
gave giant trophy donated by
Roy Cacnpanella. in foreground Is 1
trophy given by the CocaColaCo.
.; and (6) Just, players, a
foursome from Washington, Dr.
Charles Ireland. Moss Kendrix,
Dr. A. K. Roberts, and Dr. Roberts .
and Dr. Robert Lee. Naturally
there were trophies and
baiting. beauties, too. See "By
My Guest," Moss H. Kendrix.

I .. .
Professional THE MIAMI TIMES' "The People Newspaper"

Between The Lines. Social Groups Security Under I SATURDAY, MARCH 15,1958 PAGE 11

The 1956 amendments to the the same time as the other forms make sure to show hU social security
STEALING OUR Social Security Act brought lawyers that are filed as part of the Fed. account number so that ho
STUFF dentists, osteopaths, veterinarians eral income tax return. may receive proper credit for his
Kixnfoall Young the great socIologist chiropractors, naturopaths As a participant under the old. payment. Failure to Indicate the
tells us that jazz and and optometrists under social age and survivors insurance pro.. account number may result In no
blues are music Just as surely as security. They are now, for gram Mr. Blonston added, the credit and may mean loss of future .
grand opera. There is the temp- the second year, required to pay professional individual is purchasing benefits. ,
tation their social security tax along insurance protection
to glorify grand opera and
deride Jazz, but according to with their Federal income tax re- against the loss of income to him I Where the taxpayer does not
Young there is no basis' for such turns. This announcement was self and his family caused by retirement have an account number, he
difference in music evaluations. made today by Laurie Tomlinson, due to old-age and such should obtain one from the social
District Director of Internal Rev- misfortunes as total disability or security district office so that it
Where hundreds or thousands enue for the Florida district. death of the family breadwinner.When ds available at income tax filing
enjoy grand opera, millions en- In conjunction! with Mr. Tom- one of these hazards Is incurred time. Questions about the filing
Joy Jazz; and when it comes tc linson's announcement, Edward and the participant or his of tax returns should be addressed .
popular appeal, that of jazz and P. Blonston, district manager t>f survivors otherwise qualify, to the Internal Revenue Service
the blues is greater by far. This the Miami (North) Office of the monthly benefits are paid to replace .
writer has been tremendously w Social Security Administration in part, the earnings that
impressed with the volumes oi ---- pointed out that, since the exten are lost.
jazz and blues that come over sion of coverage pf these profes- Mr. Blonston and Mr. Tomlinson HARLEM SQUARE
radio and television. In fact these .4 Oeia Gordoa D. Hancock sional self-employed persons, both emphasized the law is
have almost a monopoly of our they are now building the same compulsory and applies to all SWEET SHOP;
media of the air. kind of insurance protection for self-employed individuals, with
band passed, "Mr. Bandman, puta themrelves and their families the exemption of doctors tf med- A FULL LINE OP GROCERIES
What is doubly impressive Isthe little more swing in It." She
that the FederaLlY- erated system icine, if their net earnings COLD CUTS COSMETICS
fact that jazz and the blues was up in years but she wanted has afforded most other self amount to at least $400 in the
are Negro creations and the white more swing. employed individuals since 1951. taxable year. They also pointedout 208 N.W. 10th St.

music world have gone wild over And so in music and dance the (Mr Tomlinson stated that the that the taxpayer should
them. When Negroes rflst played Ls law was effective with the first
country stealing our stuff to
jazz and Handy first wrote his taxable year ending after 1955. .. -"
say nothing of our humor which
blues, little did they think that Lawyers, dentists, osteopaths,
Negroes popularized on the stage.
creations.the world would rave over their The point we are making here is veterinarians, chiropractors,, naturopaths I, f" um-OOMMUN-'
that the Negro has something to and optometrists who I
But today the' whole world is offer the (world and something the file their Federal income tax returns -
wild over jazz and the blues and world can use to advantage.If on a calendar year basis g DRUG STORE
are required to a selfempl
what pay -
is the world is
more becom-
we take out of the worlds yment tax on their net earn-
day. When the of dance and music
Negro edayazz Negro'screations
wro and the blues there would be considerable ings for each calendar year after COR.' N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
he was making a substantial con impoverishment. Just as 1933 if their net earnings
tribution to the cultural life of the Negro has made his contribution amounted to $400 or more In a PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED \
the world. through his second-class year. The SE tax rate for 1957

Say what we will the world citizenship, he could have made $4,200 is 3-38] of percent net on the first Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery I
earnings. This
other and I
greater contributions
loves its jazz and its blues andit
amounts to a maximum of $141.75 COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
through first class citizenship.It I -
Is difficult to imagine what the
I on $4,200. These taxes are in addition 8EALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
world would do
without them. In II
Is highly !(probable that had to any income taxes that
very fact the world has stolen : this nation used to its fullest ex. you have to pay. Schedule C, Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone Plaza 84704C.
the Negro's stuff; even in the tent the scientific genius of its ,Profit (or loss) From Business or
deep South where the Negro's aspiration Negro citizens the Vanguard I'Profession, must be properly M, JOLLIVETTE 8R-, Prop
to public esteem Is would long since have sped into completed, including the Sched-
spurned, they are rocking with its spatial orbit, instead of Ian.gubhlng |ule SE portion, and submitted at

the Negro jazz and crooning with on the sands of Florida. __m___ ______ ---- I
hiJ blues. | JijJ' This country cannot afford to
leave unused the Negro's gifts and
Nothing could prove more con- talents.
clusively that races like indivi
duals cannot live unto themselvesbut Just as the country has stolen +a2M6t '
must share life with each the Negro's stuff in music and w. (
other. dance, it can use, without stealing .
the Negro's several abilities
Not only is the nation and the that would help our nation to become
world stealing our music stuff a more mighty nation.In _
but they are stealing our dance other words, the country t kJ S V (
stuff also. The current rock 'n roll does not have to steal the Ne V < __
rage is a Negro creation and Its gro's stuff which can strengthen
literally sweeping the couatry. It our defenses, the Negro freely , s 6 a (j4' a, ;.
can in truth be aid that Elvis offers his all, and all he asks is $s 'kV
Pressley is a Negro creation be. full citizenship. Stealing the Ne ,; + f
cause Negro music made him also gro's stuff. y 'S V
fling Crosby with his crooning. ;: t ::k :

The Negro's dance no less than _
his music Is sweeping in its ap- yryrw ,
peal. What about the Big Apple ELNORA
and the Susie Q? What about the
Charleston and the Black Bottom SUNDRIES
and Trucking and synco- t
pated music in general? Tap Headquarter for your
dancing is a Negro creation popularized MIAMI TIMES If you live out ,
by, the late Bill Robin Brownsville way ? / 4J Y:
The Negro has made an Indel- Foremost Ice Cream
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and the music life of the nation Phone NE 4-9441
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Cloud Sunday


I I E. M. Thomas, pastor Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorL. R. Conley, clerk
Oretha Holder, reporter R. Smith. reporterYe Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor

O give praise unto the Lord, are the salt of the earth, Sunday School opened at 9:30:
for he is good and his mercy en- but if the salt has lost his sav- a.m. with Deacon Thompson, the
dureth' forever, in remembrance ior wherewith shall it be salted? assistant superintendent, officiating -
of this passage of the scriptures> It is thenceforth good for nothing, Taught to 8 classes was the
the services at Mt. Calvary began but to be cast out, and to be subject, The Church's Influence
at 9:30 with the Sunday trodden under foot of men. on Society. The attendance banner -
School with Bro. G. Mann, sup Today's. service begun with an was rewarded to class No. 3
erintendent in charge. inspiring Sunday School lesson, and class No. 8 was rewarded the

91 I The morning's devotional service "The Church's. Influence on So- offering banner. The high point
was called to order at 11 with ciety." of the lesson was Rev. A. S. King.
Robert Stephens and Johnny A soul stirring message was The morning service was con-
Nichols in charge. The morning's delivered )by Rev. Bell of Oakland ducted by. Deacon G. Butler and
me-saje was delivered by the Park. His text was found i Jn Deacon H. L. Walker.
pastor, found in St. Luke 8:2: second Timothy 4:7: "I Fought a It was a great honor to have
M subject, "Let us go Over to the I Good Fight, I Have Finished my a rostrum full of visiting ministers -
rc+ I oi. Other Side." The sermon was well I Course, I Have Kept The Faith.' namely, Revs' Byrd, A. S.
delivered and all seemed to have The spirit of the B. A. U. is King, the Missionary of the Sea
i. ; 1, I. .I 1 been touched by the holy spirit. flying high, we Invite you to Joinus board Baptist Association and
The pastor received five persons at :5 o'clock p.m. W. H. Edwards, pastor of the
as candidates for baptism. The evening message was Bethel Bsptist Church of, Dania

Sunday night an inspiring devotional brought to us by the pastor. It also the moderator of the Sea-
service was held, with was delivered with vigor and board Baptist Association, also
soul-stirring strmdna. His text was taken :fromGenesis present were our own Rev. C.
prayer and uplifting -
hymns. Rev. Stephens came 1914. McClary and our pastor, Rev. W.
EBENEZER METHODIST FIRST UNITARIAN before us with the night's message We are all looking forward to K. Smith
a splendid Men's Day program on The senior choir No. 1 deliver
subject "Three Powerful I.
On Friday Saturday and Sunday ,
Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor -
Laws." After the the fourth Sunday in this month ed the song service and Rev. Ed-
March 14-1 delegates from sermon
Ernestine Hantrick, reporter ,
14 Unitarian Fellowships and four pastor was able to bring in four We invite friends and visitors to wards delivered the message as.
Services Sunday was very in- churches in Florida will attend more to the Christian family come !in and worship with ut. it was rendered to him
spirational. Rev. Hafl delivered a the annual meeting of the Flori- The Junior church was in Words cannot express what your it was revealed to him :from there
heart stirring sermon entitled of Lib 1 presence means to us. You 17th chapter of St. John and the
very da Conference era charge of the services for the day. \
"As Jesus take his Unitarian-Universalist always welcome. first: verse. He pointed out the
we see Churches ( ) After the service the: SrmfhlanH
last Journey through Jerusalem.", and a Leadership Development Singers, rendered- a -Ih r.p;' : sweet characteristics of our Sa.

Six babies were baptized as Workshop, Jointly sponsored by I gram in behalf of the rally. ANTIOCH BAPTIST vior Jesus Christ, which showedthe
Sunday was Infant Baptism Day. the Conference and the General In our prayers let us remember readiness. to always do that
In the evening we were happy Alliance at the First Unitarian the sick. And our friends we Invite Rev. O. W. Foster pastorA. which pleased his father in
to have the Rev. E. J. Sheppard Church, Dixie Highway at SW 29 you to worship with us, you L. Johnson, reorter Heaven. He declared .that the
and his congregation from Kerr road. Three administrative offi- are always welcome. statements of Jesus, asking his
Memorial Methodist Church, Per- cials of the American Unitarian Worshiping/ in unity with the Father to let this cup pass from
rine. His sermon was entitled Association in Boston will participate. ! Shiloh Baptist Church, Sunday me f possible, but not my will
'"The New Birth." School was timely, with a very but thine be done was a symbol

At 8 pm. on Friday, Royal 11. ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST interesting lesson, subject, "The of how humble our master was,
The song fest between the two Cloyd executive director of the Church's Influence on Society." and that we should exemplify our
Rev. N. F. Clark
choirs of the church proved: pastor lives
very Adult Education program, will The devotional service wasirltually accordingly to his precepts.
successful. The church was full, give the keynote address. His Rev. J. E, Monroe, reporter high throughout the
and the music was beautiful.. Both topic; "Toward Dynamic Leadership" Rev. Harold Brown, clerk day. Antioch ushers No. 1 and the Evening hymn service was
choirs and Rev. Hall express male chorus served during the conducted by Deacons Lovett and
the conference On
I will be Sunday, March 23, the men
great gratitude to those of you I theme. of St. Matthew's will morning, and: Rev. W. F. Thompson Deacon Clements. The senior
who helped to make this affair a I Mrs Nelson A. Burgess, exec- their first Annual Men's sponsor Day. preached a wonderful serm- choir No. 2 rendered the Ion g

success. Choir No. 1 reported utive secretary of the General They are trying to make this a mon taken from St. Luke 15:17: ; service.A .
$248.68, choir No. 2 reported Alliance of Unitarian and other great event and subject, "Find Yourself." spicy message was deliveredby
: are, taking this
$250.75. At 3 the Rev. W. M. Mason Rev. A. S. King on the theme:
I I liberal women, will open the Sat opportunity; to extend pm.
a special
S. U. B. No. 1 invite you to attend urday session at 9 a.m. with a invitation to the people of Miami preached another great sermon The Son, so Much Better Than
their St. Patrick's Day talk on "What Are Our Goals?" and Dade County to be their in behalf of the BTU. Thesubject Angels. The message was a reve-
Frappe Sip in the basement of During the day workshops on discussion guests. was, "The Presence of lation from the 1st chapter: of
the church from. 4 to 6 p.m., Sun- leadership, formation and God," taken from St. Matthew Hebrews and the 4th verse. Rev.

day, March. 16. conduct of committees, religious The Rev. N. F. Clark, Rev. II. King related the ma-gnlficient
The men of the church are very education, church finances, youth Brown and Deacon Smith are evening worship Shiloh's No. qualities of the name of Jesus.
busy setting. tile in the church, and young adult work, publicityand sending out special invitations to 2 choir rendered music: and Rev.E. Stating a few as being King of
getting ready for the new pews adult education. Browns, Clanks and Smiths, and D. Dennis brought the message Kings, Lord of Lords, Chieftest
The women of the church are so 7:30 will include guests will have special seats. taken from St. John 1:1: ; subject, Among Ten Thousand, Son of a
proud of the men. Rev. Hall is all The banquet at "Stay In the Word." Living God and the Sweetest of

smiles now and is showing an a and panel Playing discussion Certain on The speaker for the 11 o'clock Our visitors and friends are always all Jesus Christ, the Good Shep-
expression of gratitude to the "Living service ard.
will be
our former mayor, welcome to worship with
Roles Hostile Environment.
men for their kind deed in In A delightful
they are Panel members will be Mr. Cloy our opinion, the best mayof us. after service pro-
doing Miami ever had, the Hon Abe gram was sponsored by Sister
The rally is nearing its termination Mrs. Burgess and the Rev. C. Aronovitz. We are honored to Maggie Adams for the purpose .
Rev. Hall Leon Hopper Jr., executive direr have ST. of raising finance
urges you to this noble gentleman to MARY'S W. M. for the Women's -
tor of the Liberal Religious Youth
continue to pay each week on speak for us, so we are Inviting Day program.
organization The Liberal Religious Mrs. S. Dawkins
your assessment. all who reporter
We acknowledge the presence I\'I Youth ,group will hold saps hear him.possibly Service can to will come begin and Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor

of those of you who come to worship ,I rate workshops and social activities promptly at 11 am. Thank Sunday School began at the THE INCARNATION
well discussions with you
( with and as as usual hour
invite you to wor-1 in advance. with the superintendent ;
shife with us always. / I I Rev. Hopper. M22 Miss Marva Trotman, in: FT. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar
The conference will be
Thought for the week: "Man's'' con. charge, and the teachers at their Veronica O'Berry reporter
eluded on Sunday with a business
life does
not consist in the abun- posts.
dance session at 9:30: ajn. and the 11 SUNDAY
of things he Marsha Johnson acted
possesses. as sec
o'clock church service. Rev. JohnC. TEMPLE
BAPTIST retary. The lesson was reviewedby Church School and Adult Bible

Fuller, minister of the Unitarian Rev. L. the pastor. Class ............................ 9:30: ajn
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Church of Orlando, willpreach A. Thompson, pastor Services began at 11 ajn. with Solemn Sung Mass and

A. L. on "The" Warp and Woofof :Among the adults given birth the pastor in charge. He preached Sermon! .............?..... 11:00 a.m.
Shipp, pastor Freedom. St. Michael's Guild ....... 5:30
Doris L. Hayes day honors for the month Sunday from Joshua 24:14.: Eeveryonewas : pjn
reporterWe :
In the Episcopal Young Churchmen
Sunday School wree Mrs blessed. No. 2 choir rendered -
cordially welcome our many FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Augusta Newbold, superintendent music and No. 1 ushers board Unit No. 1....... 3:30 p.m.
visitors to worship in aU our ser for 20 years; Mrs. Vernell Stra- served. One Infant was baptized. Solemn Evensong and ,
vices. Sunday School had a large Rev C. J. Burney, pastor chan, pianist for 15 years; Mrs. The 7 pjn. devotion was led by Sermon ........................ 7:30 pea
attendance. The topic was, "The Claudia Wilson reporterWe Margaret Munnings, Mrs. M. E. the pastor. He then turned the TUESDAY
Church! a Influence on Society." Stevens Mrs. Agnes Burroughs meeting over to Albert G. Bain Acolyte practice ......_.._... 0 p.m.
The .background of the lesson was are thankful to our God for' and Mrs. E. Dtlancy. Eight who presented Ralph Basden WEDNESDAY

Judaism had dealt with social His way in keeping us, and allowing youngsters cake." baritone soloist in recital. Harold> Low Mass ...................... C30 p.m.
problems as best it could by the Holy SUrlt to dwell I. This "sharedFriday( ) the. women Higgs, violinist with Mrs. U. Evensong, meditation _.. 8 p.m.
means of applying the law, with within our hearts so deeply. We are sponsoring a supper sale ''Higgs at the piano and No. 1 choirrendered Confirmation Instructions for
Its application dealt with the effeci had a wonderful Sunday School Ion the church ground. Friends music. The No. 2 ushers Adults
rather than the cause. A de- lesson which was conducted by are invited. served. THURSDAY

Datable question was aiflced by the our Our superintendent devotional ,services Deacon Ross. I. I Sunday, March 23 will be Men's' St. Mary's Choir Guild
class and was discused by the wereso The number 2 ushers boardwill e Day at St. Mary's. Their
filled with the Holy Spirit, princIpal Rehearsal .....?...._M 6:30: pjn
pastor. speaker in
present its anniversary program the morning will FRIDAY
Alone with the
Morning devotion was high morning message and fashion review on be Lester A. Albert, and during Stations of the Cross 7:30
which l :
was Rev p.ts,
spiritually. The Rev. McDonald, Easter Monday. the evening, J. R. Taylor. St. Cecelia's Choir Guild
visiting minister of the Lang. Text St. John 16:33: ThemeWha services will be held A dinner sale will pjn.
city, delivered The usual be at the Note: All Masses on all
t the world has for Saint and
an inspiring message on what the Lord has for you, and on Sunday. At 3:30: .pjn. the Will church hall Sunday, March 16. Holy Days .-......._._.._ 8 a m4
the subject, "Mookn 'S." ing Workers' Club will give a tea All day to help the men raise
Our pastor delivered the evening I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob. funds For orders call Mrs. Re TRINITY
At 3 pjn. choir No. 2 celebrated message, text. Gen. 1:26; ert Hudson, 1521 NW 1st court.A becca Builard, NE .....023 or Mrs. WESLEYAN
its 12th anniversary. Thanks theme, Let us Make Man. Both I spicy program has been pre Sophie Dawkins, NE 5-1991. Do. Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor
to the various choirs and gospel messages' were delivered with pared. Friends are invited.METROPOLITAN nation: $1.00ST. Mrs. Phyllis Andrews
fingers and friends much and believed to have reporter
of the city (power 1 Sunday School _..
who appeared on left a thought resting on ?-,9 un.
the program 1 In our
Morning worship __ ..
helping to make it! spiritual and minds that will help us to live and I PAUL A. M. E. Young People's Mating 11:00
successful. determine to do the will of our A. M. E 5 p.,
saviour. Our BTU was held at I Rev F. E. Snead, pastor
Evening worship devotional 5:30 p.m. The No. two choir rendered Rev. H. M. Salmon. pastor M. Braynon, reporter NEW BETHEL BAPTIST

service was consecrated with music for the morning: The Services are expected to be The C. A. Gibbs Club will cele 1571 N.W. Mth Ten,
{prayers and warm hearts. Ohoir No. 1 choir rendered music for the brate its fifth anniversary dur- Rev.
both and Jones
high, spiritually morally 9" .
No. 1 the
ing o'
sang God's morning
praises and worship
evening. The No. two usher and throughout the day, beginning Sunday School
usher board No.2 served. Rev. our little Juniors were in chargeof with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. celebrate Stewardess Board No. 2 will Horning pzi.s: ,a.

Shipp taken delivered a glorious ser- the day's work. All of our under the superintendence of with its 18th anniversary Evening' wonhlp ...............?. 7:30.
from ?
St. Luke 5:3 a program at 3
: visitors
; were welcome In our pjn. Sun-
"Orders to Move Out." This inspirational vice Come to Friendship 1 Mrs. Celia ,Day. I :iav, March 10 Yotl are Invited. GRACE

'message was well re- a warm welcome awaits )' ser./et/ Two delightful sermons have I .,All AME.. ministers of the PRESBYTERIAN
ceived. The evidence of the Holy! all times. I IBAHA'l been prepared for our spiritual -- ,* ""r "1"t-d : Rev, James Culmer, pastor
,Spirit kept pressing on. enrichment by our pastor. Ware ',! Monday March 17 at 11 Sunlit Eddie Edwards clerk

"* certain each heart will be I St. Paul. This meeting is cailec, Sunday School __ 9:30
ASSEMBLY uplifted by his sermons. Muni ic ., u,,,unize the A.M& 4finte: t t1 :;:* am.
Freedom" will be rendered throughout the M'tence.Htvc:! horning worship _..?.?,,,? Uoo,
*Tb. Warp and Woof Mrs Emily Bethel, chairman of day by choir No. 2. .. vu visited the "'('lie? H Westminister Fellowship .... fl pin*
GUM SpeakerFUv. the local Spiritual Assembly of r. T Christian duty to
John Fuller of Orlando the'' Miami Baha'is, will speak on All members are urged to keel 'XT those who are ill and remem shut- ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
Sunday Service M.nMWMMMV. "+'n0 'The Highest Law," 7:45 p.m. in mind the Family Rally that I n. If you can't visit send
Church School .-?.??. -.-.._.1040 Sunday, March 10 at the Baha'i 1 will terminate the fourth Sun I a card. N.W. 4th Ave and 16th Terr.
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH Dixie Hwy. at S.W. nth Road !races and faiths are cordially in- forces and make this rally MASSES
I a
vited. huge success. Drive Carefully! Dally -_..__.............._. g 1.Da..
Sunday .._??? 7 am. & 830THE am-

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February 23, the Miami .. engage in business under the fictitious -
District Laymen meeting was name of SLICK CHICK,, MONROE MUSIC HOUSE Personal MentionMrs.
held at St. Paul AME Church, at 1033 NW Third Ave., In the Music I
Everything in Gospel
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor. The ray City of Miami, Florida, intendsto Sarah Mae Rahmings and
for the church. Also
register the said name with Everything son, George, are visiting in the
meeting was opened with devotion -
of church furniture, Baptist stand Bahamas, where they are in attendance
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
led by Bro. Members First
ard hymnals, AME hymnals. 242
at Nassau's Church of
hymn No. 295, prayer by Bro. Dade County, Florida. NW 8th St., apt 5. FR 3.8493.NOTICE God in Prophecy's annual con
Members. Scripture 122nd Psalms Dated at Miami, Florida, this
The choir rendered beautiful first day of March, 1958. vention. Mrs. Rahmings's sister,
Miss Parnetta Clark, will join
Lionel Fahrer and
music. The pastor presented the FOR SALE them shortly 'Jonathan Chirk
local president, and he in turn Joe Gutnick, brother Mrs. Rahmings and
presented the mistress of cere- Reduced Price! Owners M22 The Varsity Barber Shop, 6610 Miss Clark of who recently returned
monies, Mrs M. Carey. A very NW 15th ave., will be closed every from his Navy service in Germany
nice program was rendered and Executive custom built modern : FOR SALE Wednesday beginning April 2 13 visiting his parents, Mr.
deluxe three bedroom bath
enjoyed by all. : until Labor Day. '
BEAUTY on two lots cor- and Mrs. John Clark. AU are res.
home. Less than 4 old. All ,
Response by Prof. George. In year I Harry Smith, Prop. 829 idents of Homestead. !
our business meeting we com- large rooms, including living ner, desirable location,. 3-
pleted the arrangements for the room dining room, deluxe kit-
musical! to be held the third Sun chen with bar, frigidaire, stove bedroom, hardwood floor, Sale or Lease Mrs. Rhena Pinder of Hatchet
day in March at.St. Paul Church and refrigerator, walk-in pantry, Bay Eleuthera, 'sister of Rev. A,
Miami. We collected funds for, eight large closets, heat, attic garage, vanitories, 2901 EQUIPPEDRESTAURANT E. Hutchinson of Miami left Tues.
the fans, large garage and laundry day for the Bahamas after
anniversary assessment and'benevolent features too to NW 43rd terr. Lots for sale.
association.The numerous men- spendig ten days in the city on
tion. None other of this class in
business and pleasure. During
Laymen are inviting Cash for lots. Baron
to meet them everyone this area. Must be seen to be ap- your Mrs. Pinder's stay she was the
at St. Paul
AME Church on March 18 at 3 preciated. On 125 front by 105 JE 81340. houseguest of her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth
o'clock. deep. Bethel, 1900 NW 4th ct. On
Bro. Zack Price $35,000 with $15,000 cash. Beer and Wine Monday night she was guest of
Ferguson Pres.
Mrs. Owner will carry first mortgage New Lovely HomesOpen Washington Brown choir director
Smith, reporter 1480 NW 55th terr. Phone PLaza License of Bethel AME Church and
from 3-6 2 bedroom,
7-1176 for appointment to see. p.m. was escorted to her plane Tues-
Florida room, 2338 NW 55th terr.
Baby Contest 2901 N.W. 43rd and 628 N.W. 3rd Ave. day ''by Sumner Hutcheson Jr.,
at Terr. Garago
Dishes, glassware, pots and hardwood floors. both cousins of the visitor.ASTHMATICS.
Church of IncarnationThe pans. Cheap. Call FR 1- 867
(Sat. or Sun. only). Cash paid for your lots Responsible party to take over

Annual Baby Contest of Build on your lot or mine with Just small security '
the Church of the Incarnation, GAS RANGE. Good condition. Lot for sale ,

Rev. E. S. Clarke Sr., vicar, is Reasonable price.: Sterling trombone JE 1.134D-OARON VMN '. .' ctfrMlMM from dMII :
being announced by Mrs. Lev good condition, reasonable =as"bronctkkl Mtfc ''''.wer:0s ''\

Johnson of several, chairman.annual projects This is spon-one price. Call PL 7-0973. For Sale by Builder See Mr. Myers OM. 't.:r.m-: .'""IM.W '".'". \

FOLDING CHAIRS! with leather CXNDf or's EI btu
sored by the Women's Auxiliary
1545 N.E. 151st Terr.N.
320 N.W. 7th St. ,
Mrs. David Julius! president. The seat and back. Phone NE 4-1714.
j 4 j DRUG DEPT. STORE'i410
Miami Beach
contest will continue for Williams. '
a periodof
six weeks during which time New 3-Bedroom CDS or Call FR 1-4554 v ( N.W. 62nd 81, Miami, Pis I

patrons will be asked. to supportone Priced Right at, $ 2OgO
or more of your favorite ba FOR RENT $2,600 Down I I j
bies. Some 25 Infants and toddlers Will consider your clear lot as THE PHYLLIS WHEATLEY ART & SOCIAL CLUB
COMPLETELY Furnished house, part payment
will compete for the top
1934 NW 58th at. NE 5-8915.
prizes. Build home on your lot PRESENTS

Baby: contest committee man.bers Quiet neighborhood. No water NO DOWN PAYMENT |II|
bil. $16.50 weekly.
are Mesdames Irene Alex. Fasftfoneffo Anniversary Banquet
ander, Jean White Carroll, Winnie D&W Construction i
MODERN furnished Use of
Cleare Florida
Dean, Mar
garet Jones, Alice Knowles, Joyce home facilities. 1986 NW 57th it. Company THURSDAY, APRIL ,10, 1058 8 O'CLOCK I
Phone NE 41290.
Matthews: Olive Pender, Carrie
Sawyer and Marsha Strachan. ROOM Private home. Phone 405 Pacific Bldg. Liberty Square Auditorium Subscription $1.50 I
PL 9-2498 790 NW 66th st.

10 Best Dressed EFFICIENCY APT. Furnishedwith Reservations can be made by calling Mrs.. Mable Danish/ at

modern conveniences. Near PL 4-3039 and Mrs. Pearl Wise, FR 9 672S AS
Women. to be PickedSaints two bus lines. Located at 3268 3 UnitsThree
Ann and Margaret NW 46th st. Call PL 84433.2BEDROOM .
1-bedroom( efficiencies located
chapter of the Woman's auxiliaryof
the Church of the Incarnationis HOME. Furnished. near 20th St., furnished,
sponsoring a Fashion Show Reasonable. By wecflo or month. $5,500 total.
(featuring the Ten Best Dressed Call FR 42526.FURNJSHED For Discerning Families
Women in Miami. DUNCHE PARK
We are asking the people in CBS HOUSE. 1961
the commuity to eend in the NW 55th St. Call NE 4-1290. $755

names of the ladies you think Beautiful 2-bcdroom CDS, nice-

are the best dressed women In ly landscaped, one mortgage pay- EVERGREENMEMORIAL
Miami. This includes all of Dade.
HELP WANTED ment, $79 month. Near every-
Send or drop the names in bal-
lot boxes at the Miami Times'downtown thing. See today.
office, the Liberty Selling Avon is easy. 10
City plant or the Vestibule of the 12th AVE and 57th 8T. PARK

Church of the Incarnation, 1835 representative to be ap- 5 Bedrooms' 2 Baths !
Mrs. Ellsha S. Clarke, chairman, pointed immediately. Excellent Lovely CDS partly furnished, tile
NA 1-0957 or the Miami Times. roof, hardwood floors, $3,500

opportunity. Call cash will handle, reduced to N.W. 41st St. and 31st Ave., Miami

Thank YouDr. FR 16407 for appointment. $19,500. Ii I

Sweeting wishes to thank OPPORTUNITIES for Negro men CALL OR VISIT everlastingly protected by a ,Perpetual Care Fund
the friends and visitors who Gold Coast
many and women. We pay as you learn. Realty
attended the birthday celebration Phone FR 4-1561.
on the Sweeting's Estate, and to 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. I I A living memorial, the final tribute to those we love
thank the many friends who The Exclusive Beauty Shop hai PL 4.5508 ,
thought about him to send tele- opening for 3 operators. The
grams, cards and gifts and especially phone number has been changed 1 A :selection of a family plot is a vital part of
all of the out-of-town to PL 7-9237. ind. WHY IS
friends.Dr. life's planning. Your inspection is invited
and Mrs. Anthony of St. OPPORTUNITIES lor Negro men
Albans, New York were the ?
and women. We pay as you learn. 930
house guests of Dr. Sweeting for Phone FR 4-1561.
the past week.
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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" RhomaniaSpring ,j:'

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1958 BEN H. ATKINSON JR. D.D.S. '; :''f.
has come again, and in q
Miami Sigma Gamma Rho Sorors ,
consider "Rhomania" synony- ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
mous to this very enjoyable season


Our second annual Rhomania
e promises an evening of pleasureto OFFICE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m .- 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. ..
all who attend and inviting
we are -
C l Ze 0S our friends and the Inter- And by Appointment
ested public to be our guests on I
Friday, March 21 at 8 pjn. in the 6705 NW. 15th Avenue Phone PL 7-5601
Staple Sweetie Booker T. Washington High I
'School auditorium.

"Our Youth In Song and t
I : ? .
Sunday closing of all bus- operate. The variance was granted .LJ.ance is tins year's theme, and
inesses (non essentials) !is on tap with the only serious protest the various schools of the coun-
I for a discussion at the next meet- coming from the White Citizens' ty are appearing in competitionfor SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER I
ing of the Ministerial Alliance Council. The pay-off came, too, one of three prizes. Will your .
Workers, now compelled to laboron when during the hearing, a favorite school win? Come out. I
the Sabbath, argue that Sunday group of Negroes stood side-by- and see your children in dance 2186 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 3-2691
work keeps them from wor- side with the Council, protesting and enjoy their songs, then see E
sh ping at the church they at- the YMs occupancy if you agree with the decision of
tend. the judges. HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

o Georgette's Tea Room own- Our coronation ceremony will DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
A There's a pert secretary er, Georgia Campbell, is throwing precede the general program.
about town who's just wild about a (buffet luncheon for her Seven lovely young ladies are
Buddy Johnson's band and birthday guests, Afrril\ 9. Special competing for the coveted title,
Buddy Johnson. Coco around to guests will be members of the "Miss Rhomania."
see him everytfane he hits town. Collegians' Club (of which she
Is club sweetheart) and their Demure Bennette Ruth John-
. Blanche Calloway's show at wives and sweethearts. son, Miss Rhomania of 1957 is DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC
the Jim Jam Club is a "solid anxiously awaiting the hour
sender." It's the shot-in-the-arm Kelsey Pharr, the retired i when she will relinquish the 3197
Douglas Road
kind of entertainment needed mortician, just; can't stay put. crown to her successor.-nn- Who.. --- will.'-- Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla.
hereabouts tor too long a time. During burial hours in his Lincoln be the winner?
The only note that sours around i Memorial Park cemetery, the You and your friends are Invited Specializing 'In Maternity Cues and Diseases of Women. OfferIng

the stay-up-late hot spot is the i mild-mannered Kelsey continues ; come out and enjoy an the Highest Standard of Service In the Pre-Natal care
sad tag hung onto the nitery. Jim to smile broadly, as he passes out evening of pleasure and at the )
long month
Jam fe a coined word for the courtesy gestures to 'scores of same time help lu financially in before the delivery); The Delivery; Poet.p.rtum

owners, Jimmle and James. i mourning families. the awarding of our second annual care (care otter delivery), and equipped with modern facllN \
eO-I scholarship. The dater Friday I
ties to treat all
To hear legal minds . Model Marie Adams, North's March 21 at 8 pm. in the of the expectant mother. need.

ate it, they are likening the approach Travel Bureau's pert secretary, BTW auditorium. Office Hour: 12 "
to civil rights by the Rev. 1 had to retire from the cast of noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday v.
Theodore R. Gibson to that of '"Thunder in the Morning," the 24 Hour Phone ,.
Dr. Martin Luther King. The Robert Earl Sawyer productionon Have you seen the Service Dr. Jame. T. ROM 1,1,
Miami minister, they say, has integration. Miss Adams, who Wonderful changes Phone: HHand 8-2310 Director
the approach, 'tho not the finesse recently won the "Miss Bathing Being made at ,{
Of the Montgomery boycott leader. Suit of 1958" bathing beauty EVERGREEN CEMETERY?
contest at the termination of Ray Go out there and see l
Mitchell's North-South golf tour- lt will do your. heart good ,)
What night club fans havebeen ney, says business travels and
discussing for the past two' other activities forced her retirement '(
weeks is the appearance of Roy from the play. GLAND TROUBLE STAR MEAT MARKET
Hamilton and Al Hitler at the I 1
mediocre Palms of Hallandale. Mary Hanna, Perry's sales- Urinary Ailments
They feel that hard times are girl, and rotund Nathaniel Owens' ,
forcing big name act into mediocre her hubby, celebrated their 10th Rains In BACK, HIP8, LEG8 \1 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
spots. Big or small all art- wedding anniversary yesterday, Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR,
ists have to eat. March 13. WEAKNESSIf
you are a victim of these r
Jrvtanlta Miles and symptoms then your trouble maybe THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
handsome Rubin Thomson, two Alvin Espy, youngest son traced to Glandular inflammation
,liberty City lovey-doveys' are of the Phyllis Wheatley princi- of the Prostrate Gland. (
headed for the altar on Match. pal, Elizabeth Espy Johnson and Neglect of Glandular inflammation "
16. beauteous Sylvia Reynolds, his often leads to premature
talented wife, are expecting the loss of function, low vitality, lost Fresh Meat Low
Wally Futch, CLub Royale arrival of Sir Story any day, now. vigor, surgery or malignancy.Why Prices
entertainer, is definitely on his Suffer Delay, and
way to the "big time." His song Get Worse
and dance technique plus his That's it folks! Modern Methods Bring
stage personality, are two attributes Gratifying Results .J
that will: take him sky-high Without Surgery In Most Case d -8h
among the bright lights. His song CONSULTATION FREE
stylings remind you so much of Hours: Mon., Tues., Fri., Sat. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
Wynonie (Mr. Blues) Harris: Non.Suroleal Treatment 10 a.ra. 5 p.m. ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000) To
Watch him gol Hernia Piles Closed Wed., Thurs. Florida Law with

Drive-in theatre (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids) SOUTHERN CLINIC

owner A ,Lib-City Leon Task, according to DR. LONG'S CLINIC NEW LOCATION have Get your Auto Liability Insurance now before you

the grapevine, is negotiating a 21 8.W. 18th Av. 2847 Coral Way an accident-Save 25 percent. Term can be
business venture over in West Phone FR 3-2748 arranged for all.SERVICE.
End, Bahama Islands. A driveinfor Near 27th Ave.
Grand Bahama? Could be!
Add Life to Year FIRST Inc.
and Year to Life ,

. The YMCA (Carver Branch) REDUCESpecial 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9-5284 '
landed that 'plum' on NW 58th Medication FOR SALE
St., but signatures were necessary t
for a variance permit to BY SUMMONSPROPERTY

All members of Lodges & Temples MANAGEMENT I Attention: Now Reopening
Efficient Dependable! Reliable
IBPOEW from Welt Palm Beach
Bedroom Dade County pine MADAM FARRANMiami's
south to Key West, Liberty LodgeNo. home. Mutt be teen to appreciate. I'
1052 and Temple No. 724 Located at 3270 NW 511t terr Wonder Lady
Total I price $ ,tlOO; $1,600 first Nationally Known! Highly Recommended!
respectfully request your presence
down payment balance like rent
at this . . Now open for Inspection.

Brand new CBS bedroom
wood floor, 'tile features, close to "' I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU
but line; paved streets, .Idewalke.
March 30 1958 Total price $13,900; first down Remember I am a TRUE READER ,
payment $1,600. Now open for BORN WITH POWER

Starting at 9 a.m.

There will be something going on all (day long Restaurant fully equipped.,Now Licensed by State and County /
rented at $100 per month, New Tell you any and
Never a dull moment from 9 a.m. until CBS building located at 6351 Ing any queetlonc Give you 'to know without ask.
NW 18th ave. Total price $7,600. you name of friends and enemies
Come and let us (make this a miniature State Association $1,500 down, 185 per month. Give. true and never falling advice, on .? affairs of 'life. If

Plenty of food and other refreshments.Big Two.bedroom CBS home do worried not ,call troubled'or at your home.DONT In doubt. consult this psychic It''once.. I h

with Florida room, hardwood
parade in the p.m. Registration begins 9 a.m. floor built.In fireplace, locatedat BE DISCOURAGED If you have failed to find heipi fl
1459 NW 66th et. Full price I do what other claim. to do.. No one In Turned

Remember this le your day to show who and what //Is an ,Elk $12,500; down payment, $2,500 COME WITH OR WITHOUT MONEY. Private and Away ,'

Come and stay all won't miss and $80 per month. Readings. My studio I. on the corner No Confidential.
day eo you anything. side doo... No back
FOR THESE SPECIALS doors Avoid waiting.
For Further Information call NE R.925J Phone NE 4.3287 for appointment. (,)
or,Contact Bro. David Q. Tucker, Oen. Chairman at 4500 N.W. 27th Ave., Comer 45th St.

6525 N.W. 19th Avenue, Miami, Florida J. A. SUMMONSDAY 1 Bloc north of Booker Terrace. Bue 24 15 Every 5 mInutes ,

MABEL |I. ,DANIEL8, Daughter Ruler OR NIGHT

CLAUDE ROLLE, Exalted Ruler HI 4.2448 or HI 60173

Miami 33, Coconut Grove, &. Our Classified Columns Get Fast ResultsTHE


Basketball THE MIAMI TIMES' -"The Peoples1 Newspaper"
City I

Return Match at Tourney at BTWThe Broward i SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1958 PAGE 15

Capitol Theatre City of Miami Recreation I f.
County I
Department is sponsoring a Gold : ,
The Long awaited return Medal Basketball Tournament on Newsby liiiCame : : : Miami Dodgers to CAMPY THINKS
match between Sugar Ray Robin Friday and Saturday, March 14- : :.1
son and Carmen Basilio to be heldon 15 at the Booker T. WashingtonHigh : : Open Season HE'LL WALK,
Tuesday, March 25, In Chicago, School gym. ; :
will be seen at the Capitol Theatre Some of the teams participating : : : PLAY AGAINGlen
on big screen (theatre) television are: Key West HomesteadAir Walter. Bow : Easter SundayThe
the Force, Richmond Heights, ,
moment the
very fight --- ------
is happening.As South Miami, Coconut Grove fast fovlnj Miami Dodgers Cove, ,N.Y. (ANP) -
in the past on these fights Playground, Bain Funeral Home, one, come all, and celebrate under the able leadership of Despite his lingering paralysis
all home television sets will be I Spotment R. C. Ringers, Sunland Bowe's, Gray's and Hardy's Manager "Baby Ruth", will open Roy Campanella injured Los
Park Recreation Teams, Fort St. Patrick's Festival Easter'
blanked Birthday on their baseball season on
out .and only Angeles catcher last week
your was
to see the fight opportunity it Lauderdale, YMCA Miami and Monday, March 17 at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, April 6, at Dorsey Park,
happens will be big as Fort Lauderdale. at Carver Ranches Community when they meet the strong team reported full of confidence that
theatre television at on the screen Pompano, WPB Teams Delray Park. Games, sack and bicycle from Hector Supply Co. Admis- he will walk and even play base
Tuesday night. Beach Recreation Teams, Opa racing. Enjoy an evening of fun. sion is adults 50 cents and child ball again.
Admission Locka Recreation Teams, Liberty Refreshments and dinners. Tick- ren 25 cents. The Dodgers are
There will price be : $3.50 plus tax. City Recreation Teams, Miami ets on sale at all business places. 'now in training and Baby Ruth is A Dodger official Matt Burns
a screen show be. Colored Police Dopt., Dorsey Proceeds will go to the C. W. H. predicting\ a fine time for the who visited Campy at Glen Cove
fore and after. the fight at no additional Park, Dixie Park, Celtics of Coral Fire Dept. building fund drive. coming season Community Hospital reportedthat
cost.Tickets Gables Hawks of Liberty City Roy was . the most
are now on sale. Playground. cheerful fellow you ever saw. He
I All members of the Juvenile Mrs. Lonnlo Brown. Alter the listens to the radio and watches
Department of Pall Bearers order of business the members television and he has heard of
Lodge No. 81 are asked to bo Joined in helping Mrs. Brown these reports He refuses to agree
K West Southernmost present Monday at 5 pjn. A. O. and Godfrey Scavella celebrate at all that he won't walk again
I ey City Henderson conductress their birthday. A delicious dinner and even believes he may play
was served and the honored ball again," Burns said.
The regular meeting will be
By FRANCES E. PALMERREGULAR Monday at the Masonic Templeon guests' were showered with gifts Meanwhile, the hospital has

Pembroke Road at 8 pjn. Althenla. Martin, Pres. not Issued a rOrt on the cat.
Walter Blatch Jr., president. Vera Shelton, Fin. Sec. cher's condition since its bulletin
FELLOWS TO OPEN Carey is a 1954 graduate of more thin a fortnight ago, re.
REMODELLED CLUB Douglass high school. The CWH Chamber of Com- porting no change CampaneUa ts
_- ferce will meet at the home of paralyzed from his chest down.
Members of the Regular Fellows )UR 81CK Abbie Days, 3900 SW 28th st. : Mrs. Willa Mae Valdez would He suffered a broken neck in an
Club wish to announce the Mrs. Beatrice McIntosh, Mrs. All members are asked to be like to tlunk all of the idles automobile accident Jan. 28.
opening of their newly remodeled >ophie Brown, Mrs. Martha Wel- present.Ike who helped her in the Hrart
club on Friday night March ers, Mrs. Edith King, Tony Mo- :und Drive. The ladles reporting.
14 starting at 9 pan I rales and John Gates. Friends Mitchell died at his home, were:
The public is invited to attend .vish them well again. 5029 SW 21st st. last Friday. The Mrs. Council .......................... 10.36
that gala event which has been body was sent to Thomasvllle, Mrs. Days ........................-... 5.27 "Rhomania"
planned. Refreshments will be Mrs. Lillian Roberts of D4 Fort Ga., where funeral services were Mrs. Robinson ...................t.... 8.00
served with a back ground of recorded Village is ill at her residence. held at the Pine Grove Baptist Mrs. King .............................., 7.50
music. Church on March 9. He is survived Mrs. Valdez .......................-... 12.50 B. T. W. Auditorium
Starting next Sunday the club Memorial service was held In by a son, David Mitchell Total $43.63
will have a series of Jam sessions honor of the late James Nelson two daughters Patsy and Mary The total for Hyde Park and Friday, March 21st
from 2 to 8 pjn. English, former principal of and other relatives. Carver Ranches was 7220. ,
Hats off to the members of this Douglass high school Friday af-
club. This group of young men ternoon, March 7 in the tgymna-
has done a wonderful Job In our torium. GRAND UNITED FAITHFULFEW
community. Sister Myrtle Catherine Episcopal
nun of the commnuity of The Grand United Faithful No. SEETHE
Army Specialist Third Class the Transfiguration, Glendale, 3 wish to thank each and every
William W. Carey Jr., whose Ohio was the guest speaker and one for helping them to make WORLD'S
parents live at 826 Windsor lane Prof. Alfredo Sands gave a few their tea a success. We also Iw
recently participated In Sabre remarks. Music was furnished by thank Mrs. M Jolly for lettingus
Hawk a Seventh Army maneu- the school band and Douglass come into her beautiful home. GREATEST
ver, which involved more than I chorus under the instruction of We wish to thank Clubs No. 1 and
100,000 troops in Germany. Mrs. Mercedes Hannibal Wild- 10 for their full support and the COLORED
Carey, assigned to company' A goose. high Star Gosipel Singers. A delicious ,
of the 2J>9th Engineer Battalion Songs of Douglass: High School repast was served after 1
entered the army in January, ((1916) led by A. L. Saunders and the program. PSYCHIC
1956 and arrived in Europe !n Mrs. Vandelean Edwards with
November, 1956. the audience participating. The clUb met at the home offiMZUBtfMM READER _
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MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" B. T. W. HIGH SCHOOL George, Anna Jean Hawkins, NORTH DADE JR. SR.
Harold Culmer, Beverly Nixon
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1958 Congratulations and best wishes and Henry Plnkney (a Junior.) The core of activity of NorthDade's
this week
for a happy journey are extended campus past
to Bernetta Sands who ]left Student Government Day which was the (preparation and elimination
'tuesday March 11 for St. Louis, h sponsored by the Student of the astute spellers for
: Council of Churches To Mo., to attend the National YWCA Council will be held Thursday the County Spelling Bee. After
Convention. Bernetta is repre- March 20. This day is given to undergoing various phases in the
senting the entire area. And is the the members of the senior class I. elimination process, scores prov-
only teen-ager attending the who are interested in teachingfor ed James Floyd and Charles
JI, meeting frcan Greater Miami. a day. As usual the president Williams to be our best spellers
Bold 25th Meet Here Plastic book covers are now f the Student Council will act as I with Udell Lanier and Shirley
: being sold by members of the principal.A Rolle as runner up.!.
j Girl Counselors. These covers are I The Industrial Arts Depart
The 25th annual convention of, I in our school colors. This project Student Exchange programs ment invites you to attend the
'I Churches will be held in Miamion seemingly Is a success and a benefit being planned for the night of Miami Industrial exhibit North
April 22-24. The Council, uNITE IN NASSAU"AT to the students who are March 17. An exchange student I Dade has five wood projects on
I which Is composed of all of the purchasing them. has not been se'ected' a* of yet, exhibition in the woodworking
Protestant Churches In the HARLEMYour National Newspaper Week because of the 50 applicants I section. The exhibit span is from
United States serving more than starts Monday, March 17 Members Grade cards were issued on i March 8 thru the 16th admissionIs
ten million Negroes, is headed by host of our newspaper staff will March 12. Seniors averages will free. The building: is open from
& the Rt. Rev. Sherman L. Greene, Ions "Navau" .Clvde KIti highlight this week) by selling 'gyp compiled and posted very 230: $).m. until 10 pin.
I IDTOU ) v areseT+ the ash
senior bishop ot the AME J i tags on Wednesday morning On last week I reported that
Church and (presiding bishop of Annual Greater Miami Elks'"Ntaht during homeroom period. The soon. the sum of $300 was raised in the
the llth Episcopal District, who in Waau" on Sunday proceeds will help toward our Dorothy Jenkins, reporterSt. baby contest sponsored by ourPl'A.
n'eht. March at P o'clock!
holds the position as president newspaper financially. This was an error. The
Dr George W Lucas Is provisional the Harlem Square Club. I The senior class along with the sum raised was $3,000.
chairman of the board, and .Ai usual 1 the affair' will feature 'school was well represented Sat- Matthew AME Zion Plan now to attend the dedication
Dr, J, :T. McMillan is executive a never-encUntr line' ,.f +I",*.iv urday, March 8 on "Youth AI ks service of the school.
secretary: Bahamian novelties, including aagnare Business" a television program. 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Charles D. Wyche, principal
The Council national head- dance and grand march, They were given the privilege of Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Barbara Rollins, reporter
quarters is at 1921 13th St., NW a barefoot calyTr; cont t. rw- questioning a very distinguishedpanel. vunday School............. 9:45: ajn -
in Washington, DEC The late Dr. nuK cwonut nvik and conrh Persons representing the ... .... 11 a.m .> ;;
chairman 'school Morning Worship - !
W. ML Jernigan, was salad and many other attractions. were: Betty Kelly, Charles t- nCarefully I
of the executive board and Dr. Admission is advance $1.25 and :Johnson, Marcia Johnson Ivan Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m.
Andrew Fowler director of the
dnor tl.50 and advance ticketsare
Washington Bureau. I now on sale at the Gr."f"r &&* :X W..xxX{{<<<<0Xx27hX< IMt Zion Baptist Church will Miami E'ks' Club and the Harlem
be convention headquarters in I Square Cluh For table r
Miami. Approximately 850 dele- eTVa-1 Fair is Buy FromVISIT
tion phone PR 3-3261 and a* Realty Easy to
gates and visitors are expectedin either Lucky. Earl or Clvde.
Miami to attend the three-day Elks Club will be closed on that I

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is composed of the following -I I
Mlamians: Rev. Edward .T.Graham South Florida State Ii"
and Rev. S. A. Cousin,
co-chairmen, Atty. Henry H. Fair Beauty ContestThe
Arrington, chairman of the welcome -
/program committee, Mrs.
Maude Reid and Elliott J. Pieze, second annual battling
co-chairmen of public relations beauty contest, M Rev. P. W. Williams, housing, South: Florida? is being held Sun-
Rev. Thedford Johnson souvenir day March 16.

program, Rev. W. C. Edcar and Young women between area 18
Rev. E. M. Blocker, transportation and 25 who reside in South Fla.
Mrs. Llama Green and Mrs. (anywhere between West P Vn 41 aMil "'
Elizabeth Espy Johnson, hospitality , Beach and Key West) are eligibleto ; flT
Mrs. Mary C. Wright and participate ,in the contest.
Mrs. L. E. Thomas, banquet, and I
Charles L. Williams, music Last year's winner, Roberta
The Council's slogan is "On White will be on hand to crown
to Miami." the 1968 winner who will walk!
away with a twenty-five dollar
cash prize a beautiful trophy and
BTW Alumni MeetsThe several other prizes.

regular meeting of the The contest is stilt open' to
Booker T, Washington Alumni persons desiring to enter. For
Association will be held on this further Information telephonePL
Tuesday, March 18 at 8 p.m. at 4-7929.
the school. All members, especially -
members of the (graduating
classes of 148, 1936 and "Rhomania"Friday WHY PAY RENT ?
1928 who will celebrate reunions t
this year, are requested to be March 21st
present Plans for the annual ,
celebration will be completed at B. T. W. Auditorium
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