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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 22, 1958
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The NAACP. State of 57. Callaway Cornelia Mrs. plant. and office newspaper, Negro I the throughout from newspapers 970' has which project. Square Kenneth Monday Effective! tioA. coaver the? attend would initial the as $10,000$ raise.
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Virginiaunder in vote Negro Authority
while Monday woman Dade South the exploiting media other from over take will Homes Scott 1959. in Anniversary Golden
an High Washington T. Booker were officials city that remarked
expandingthe) in job effective Housing Miami the of director
a of life the saved chain human for hope not dare you which "even managerof present Kemp Eugene had city NAACP's the for money
done, has who Va Richmond. five-person A HOMESTEAD classat journalism the in students Homes. Scott E. James executive Knight T. J. by week commissioners, Sanford raise to churches of tour wide
of Brooks iir.' ) by directed ' ownership for. management_ for this change managerial a of ed the| of .one that noted bishop The ,
employment for: Opportunities I Week Newspaper Negro During inform were projects housing nation-a plans Church Baptist
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since cities Florida
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voter southwide NAACP The I newspapers. conventionsin integrated these ing pastor Henderson Raymond J.

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parishioners Florida South his .
the lain afternoon\ Saturday
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only with, played Northwestern' entertainment. or news\ of media

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quar- first the, by margin' 16-10 a, your on blocks stumbling bout I
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in only trailed which Wheatley ,
University. A&M! Florida t at: The like newspapers Negro ..\. 3 Verneka and Moss
tournament basketball school high -I Childs Chandler. Aikens
T. Booker AA Class state the in Saturday I City. York New in 1827 I The heard. be also will Defender : Finlayson. Alba): ,Amos .
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publishersin fellow with cooperate statement. short a in heard. be president ,-Teens of Secretary : Protestant the, of an of posed
to proud' is Times Miami The also will Robinson Jackie body. WMBMMiami on Robinson : ;! com- is which, Council the of dent
Some- )Help to Want "I singing organiza- following the in -presi- is Florida of bishop, siding
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inState 2nd Northwestern an- be will principles ocratic presidentof Walker, O. William Miss for contestant a is AME the of bishop senior, Greene
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.Garth Bethune. Nathaniel Sunday Broadcasts grarns'j' a School High Central attending.
AWard E. Dr. petitioners for 1956- 3.3" v now Negrotudents: ) the of One
March suit the med Davis Edwin land. the of laws the under
and Graves E. G. Attorneys -privileges and rights their obtaining

underwentin Rock Little of Negroes
Court. other and she experiences
,-OrTuit Fifth the by rehearing a for Week Newspaper Negro -trying many the of some of tell will
ark or Court Supreme. S. U. .he troops federal of protection under
to appeal! >: can, It tactics. dilatory +w-4s i 7ri and order court by school white
kcal more two with left now is
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city The weeks. several for court .
stu- Negro nine the steered
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Is mandate court official The

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appeal the by ayed:
: 22- April Miami in meets which
de.d was order his but then opened! ; Churches of Council Fraternal
course the ordered Choate Emctt: j |; National the of convention

Judge Federal course. the I annual 25th the at speakers, featured
Integrationof ordering 1957 10. May. the of one be will city that of
," of decision: Court\ Federal Miami i School High Central of
a upheld: Orleans w!N in :!pta S Integration the about bringing in battle

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People Colored Advancement
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Miami city-owned' at privileges L board the of chairmen visional of chapter Ark., Rock Little the
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MIAMI TIMES The Peoples' Newspaper" COMMUNITY ADULTS URGED' March 24 and will continue thru
PAGE 2 SATURDAY MARCH 22 1958 i April/ 4. The fee is only 100.
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HEALTH COUNCIL TO STUDY FREE For information concerning
11 I . . .L..l. . . . these courses call Northwestern i
FORMEDThe COURSESThe High School, PL 4-5491. ;


Along Freedom's RoadBy first Community Health I Adult Education Homemaking . .-
Council to be organized in Dade Division of the Dade
County took place in Richmond County Board of .Publlc' Instruc-
RUTH PERRY Heights. Walter A. White, principal tion is offering to all adults, 12 For Your HfeddiW
I III . . .1 J II' . .111. . . . . . . . . of Frank C. Martin Elementary -I week courses in sewing, advance choose
The National :Association for'''seems to me that such public School spearheaded the clothing construction, pattern onlyUEiUlUtfi.
the Advancement art Colored utterances only encourage white organization by inviting a group making, millinery, party foods,
People: has again vvged Con. I extremists 1 In the state to redouble of key people in the community ceramics, flower arrangement fiJ! .
grew to withhold federal funds their efforts to maintainJim tp discuss the needs for a coun. and a special course on shortcuts
for education from segregated Crow. oil of this kind. Miss Margery In dressmaking.Adult EnqJiovcdIIIVIWIONI
school, according to a news report Martin, public health communitynurse classes will be held in
from; Washington SLUM CLEARANCE and Marshall Abee, public the following centers: .
health educator for Dade -
.I would suggest/ the reading ofa County Booker T. Washington High
discussed at length with the -
NO FEDERAL FUNDS FOR group I .
School thru Thursday
series of articles on slum clear- Monday ;
the health
JIM CROW SCHOOLS services that are avail Pnu Ecru Vellum '
W. Carver High, Mondayand
ance that began in last Sunday'sMiami able and the need of a council !i George "
Testifying before the Senate Herald. These articles are to obtain these services for a'' Wednesday; Northwestern, ,
DIE FREES
Committed on Labor and Public both informative and shockingI community such as Richmond Monday through Friday; Dunbar,
Welfare Clarence MttcbeQ, director I The problem of housing in large Heights. Officers elected Tuesday and Thursday; Dorsey .
to guide lOOComplrtf .
urban areas present* many difficulties Junior High, Tuesday and Wednesday : ....
the
pf the NAAGP' Washington councils activities were: JamesM .
and slum clearance has I ; St. Paul AME Church, ..M .
bureau cited the defiance Reid chairman Willie .
continuing ; L. f2f.. .
always been a special 'problem !n 19th st, Tuesday morning; ... -1
of the United Stales Supreme Redding, co-chairman; Mrs. :
regard to minority groups. In the Bethel AMP, Hialeah, Wednesdayand
Court Thelma Aranha Con
ruling against segregation secretary.
in public education by south, NOTTO housing has usually sultants for the council: Dr.. Geo. Friday mornintj; IJbertySquare' ; MIAMI TIMES
of Alabama I been inadequate, costly, congested K. Sands Miss "; Project, Wednesday and 6740 46128
political leaders Margery Martin, Friday, North High Mon- N.W 16th Ave. PL .
and a health menance. It is ;
Arkansas, Georgia, Florida: Marshall Abee. Other members "
1112 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 32238Drive
adding Insult to injury when 'I day through Thursday; Frank C.
political -
Louisiana of the council
Bethel
Mississippi, South i I are Myrtle ,
Martin, Richmond Heights, Mon-
CaroUna and Virginia,, expediency deters any Marquita Gibson, Charles Blak-
day and Wednesday Mays High,
progress that might be made in ley Sr., Harold Smith Jr. Queen
"The question arises," he said, the direction ol more adequate Armstrong Kennedy A., Mum- Tuesday and Thursday. CarefullyFor
"can the.ofticlals of these states housing. ford Registration begins Monday,
Vernice Ross, Samuel Hall,
be trusted to handle any kind of Improvement in housing is one Nathaniel Palmer, Viola Farring-
tederal assistance for the educa-I of the goals of the NAACP, and 'ton, Anita Gray, Anthony Pal-
tion of all of our citizens without some progress )has been, made In more and Walter A. White. Tasty, Home-Cooked Meals-Eat Atduster's :-
firm anUsegregation safeguards? the over-all pictures of slum : -'
The answer to that Question is,I clearance. However, in Miami,
'Wo" much of .the so-called_ progress Kitchen .:
The NAACP, Mr. Mitchell told has been to remove the bid, condemned Have you seen the
the committee members, asks buildings and replace Wonderful changes.
that no state'be given any funds them with new ones; but the actual : Being made at in Baker's Famous Corner
unless Its appropriate officials living space in apartments in I EVERGREEN CEMETERY?
pledge that such money will be these new buildings, for instance Go out there and weft Buster Collie, Prop. I
spent In conformity with the requirements makes for Just as much or more will do your1 heart good
of the U. S. Supreme congestion and concentration of 'Specializing in Souse Peas and Rice and Boiled Fish
Court decisions of May 1'1, 1954 population as the old slums. Inadequate ,
and May 31, 1965, in the school recreational areas for
desegregation cases." I I children also make the newer type 7fftv Unu (6901 N.W. 15th Ave. Liberty City
"slums"! a potential breeding
NEGRO CHILDREN DEPRIVED i ground for juvenile delinquency. ...

:Mr. Mitchell read into the record Negro leaders in the Miami S "
a letter which NAB Executive area are more than well awareof ,
Secretary Boy Wilkins this situation, and some improvement \ r
Wrote to Marion B. Fobom, secretary has been made in the COMMUNITY
of Health, Education and past due to the work and cour-

Welfare, on Jan. 3* In this letter age of several militant clergymen. We build according to U
.
Mr. Wilkins charged: The ghetto pattern is a DRUG STORE
Two million Negro children pivotal factor, too, in maintaining your plans or ours
continue to be deprived of their segregated education despite the
No down
right to equal access to the best Supreme such segregation.Court ruling There still banning remains payment COR. N.W. 15th Ave.. & 68th St.
training their communities
pro-
Use lotQaa6Q
vide. Education and training In major work' ahead for the your
of NAACP in the elimination of ,the PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEQCut
the sciences for the generality ( }7mmv
students deemed inade- ghetto and the securing of the
are now
quate to meet' the challenge to I the right house of every of his citizen choice to in live accor-in (Dt! (]ro Q 9ra Rate Drugs, Free Delivery
national and the shameful
FOUNTAIN SERVICE
dance with his COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY -
inadequacies of ,the illegally means. 100% FinancingNE.5.6171 SEALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
segregated. Negro schools impose
an even 'more sevete "handicap Dade County Youth Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 84704C.
'upon the national effort.
Council Organized General Building Contractor
:
M. JOLLIVETTE I 8R.
Prop
KKK, RESTRICTEDWe j' 1121 NW 29th St, Miami I
The Dade County Youth Coun- : : ,
note that Governor Collins.[cil, a new civic group in our city, ,
has severely reprimanded Manatee had its regular meeting March 18 }
County Sheriff Roy Baden at the Dade County Juvenile
for letting the KKK parade Home. This organization is ask- A 7 I1(1--
through the Negro district of) ing the public to help in its efforts -
Bradenton several days ago witha to set up a wholesome pro-
police escort. It is certainly time gram for the youth of the com-
that such a public reprimand be munity.In .
made, and we only hope that all a few days the various organizations ROCKLAND PALACE
Florida sheriffs (Including Willis, in Dade County will
McCall) will take heed and stop! be contacted to held carry out
cooperating with groups clearly this program.
out for no good, and thereby en- Sonv, of the r W are:
829 N. VI/ 2nd Avenue
couraging acts of Intimidation 1. Wholesome Community con .
But we must also protest again dition.
the linking together at the KKK 2. To wake the citizens of
. and the NAACP by GOT Collins Dade County to their youth prob- Goods NOW
No matter how many qualifying 1 EG'nS.! Package
remarks are made after the initial 3. Help in getting more parks AVAILABLEWE
statement is said. the damage and playgrounds for our youth.
is done. The NAACP, a law- The next monthly meeting will MEET ALL ADVERTISED PRICES5th
abiding organization, is made to be on April 8 pm. at the Dade
appear again as an "extremist'I County Juvenile Home, 800 NW
association by sneaking of it In' 28th st. The general public is in- WHISKEY $AQC DOUBLE DRINKS
connection with the KKK It I' vited.ATTENTION. "

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7 Russwurrn Award'I SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 19* People Newspaper"><

-' PAGE,, 5

HOWARD U. TO be viiiassist
th.,
its alumnV by members of the
34
TOUR
Winners Named seek out excvuttfully done in the
SOUTHERNCITIES encourage theJrlsh.
ard; (3) COI1trt.... to the child.uch .
verslty's Scholar
< a bcau.
Seven persons, one group, and Loan Fund. > president,
two organizations have been JOE LOUIS' WIFE WASH1NGON (ANP) to thank
named winners of the 1958 Russ-. Howard' University Field Agent Hill's tour, which coatt
wurm Awards, given annually by AS. ACCUSES Lawrence A. Hill began a tour of to continue through Apr., your
the National Newspaper Publishers BOOKKEEPERNEW 34 southern cities Tuesday in an cover five states. They arfeveryglnla
Association.The effort to enlist the aid of some North Carolina,South C.,
citation states these awards YORK ANP) Rose 4,000 of the school's alumni In and Florida. Tit
'are presented "in recognition of Morgan, estranged wife of former three projects which the Univer- llna, Georgia
alumni
outstanding achievement in mak- heavyweight boxing champion sity considers important: to its tour began with visits to
ing possible a richer conceptionof Joe Louis, last week charged the. growth and development. In Richmond and is expected to
democratic principles and in bookkeeper of her Harlem beauty communities to end at Charlottesville next month.
tribute for upholding those high- _.hop with embezzling $35,000 Alumni in the
est traditions considered as the from the shops and had him ar- ,
ideals of the American way of rested.
life." The 'bookkeeper is James Carl

Included among this year's Morris, 37, of Brooklyn, an $80-
There j.a
winners are the nine Negro stu- a-iweek' employee. According to
,dents assigned to Central Schoolin p' i 1':f police, he admitted filling in
Little Rook, Arkansas "who "-. amounts up to several hundredde no Vodka like
'braved violence, scorn, harrass- .ers on some 200 blank checks .
anent and insults to make a living signed by Miss Morgan over the
reality of the Supreme past five years. GORDONS:
Court's desegregation order" Morris served as bookkeeper of
the Mor-Clair Beauty shop, owned -
Five white aDd two colored individuals I and operated by Miss Morgan
were cited. The Na- I DAVE OARROWAY for hit She called in police when she
tional Broadcasting Co. and Religious effective use of the medium of noticed that $1,100- had been VODKA
Drawings, Inc., of Waco, television to combat intoleranceand withdrawn from her persona!)
Texas were the two organizations.Three bigotry. savings account at the Carver
women were among those Federal Savings Bank and later ..the'' name that makes it better
named. I HARRY GOLDEN of Charlotte, replaced.
NBC, publisher of the Carolina
Miss Morgan is legally scpart-
The winners
determined in a
of humor
Israelite, whose sense
ed from Louis.
poll of member
publishers
were makes his sense of fair (play a
announced by Frank L. Stanley mighty weapon in his continuing
I publisher of the Louisville Defender battle against hypocrisy and in-
I ORDONDN
and chairman of the as. toleranc WHY IS
sociation's public relations com

'I ; mittee. DR. CLA'RENCE' JORDAN, ?
930 ..
The complete list follows: leader of Koinonia Farm in Georgia "
-. -- who carried on there an experiment "
I II In Christian living notwithstanding
I violence and threats.

MRS. ROSA KELLER of New
. abr Orleans, La. for her dedicated Blanche Calloway
service in the fields of education,
I employment, recreation and Proudly Present
I health on behalf of her commun
t:,
ity's minority.
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NINE STUDENTS OP
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SCHOOL who braved violence, JIMJAM
scorn, harrassment and Insults to N .r er e.
. .. of the Supreme -
: :<:; --- make a living reality
Court's desegregation order -
MISS MARIAN ANDERSON .
for her memorable tour of the
Far East and her convincing RELIGIOUS DRAWINGS, Inc.
championing of the ideals of de- of Waco, Texas for applying the
mocracy. principles of Christianity to hu-
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"CKKDO Or THE NEOKO PRES '"
Tom WF.OHO: PRKRft........... that America ran bert lead the world
Mew racial and ...tl.... MteMlMnn when It accord to ivory man retardrM .
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Solemn Baptism at Holy Redeemer son, William Brinson, Miss Le- Mrs. Naomi Grant Butler, Father
last week was a happy nora Gardner, David Gardner, Goggin, Chris Wareham, William
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK occasion for Father Goggin, the Otis Brinson, Harold Rustin, and Hamilton and Edmund Strapp.all .
new converts and their god Edward Porter.
parents. The godparents In the second
ANOTHER GOLF VICTORYThe I The newly baptized in the front row are: Mrs. Christina Collins, qualifications will receive
row are: Mw. Ruth Gardner, Mrs. Ethel Doyle, Mrs. Helen merit pay raises for the year
Fifth Boort of Appeals in New Orletahs has ,upheld Mark Brinson, Mrs. Emma BrinJUST Kelley, Mrs. Florence Hamilton, 195859. Such an announcementwas

the ruling of Pederal Judge Emett Choate who on ....'u ____________ _n_ made on Wednesday by the
May 10 1957 ordered the Miami Springs Golf Course State Board in a directive to
..... ...... ,....... ...... ...... - "'!. Then School Boards.
will
opened to Negroes at any time, instead of just one day a a report be made. County
BROWSIN Then what?
week.The
City of Miami appealed this ruling, but the city The city library at Bayiront
knew that it was just a'matter of .delaying as long as pos By PAUL R. HENRY Park will have a new name. It Is Drive CarefullyWhat
sible. We could well understand why City Attorney William in honor of a man whose vision
I-;;:;County's: I has
II meant much to Fla.--H nry
MetropolitanCourt
Pallet said, "It doesn't come as a surprise to me I M. Flagler. We will now have the

Maytbe the city will make another appeal so as to delay hearing cases opened from on unincorporated Wednesday Henry. M. Flagler Memorial Library about

further. areas for the present. It Is
When ia final order is made, what then? hoped to have this court try all A beautiful 14 of electric the Chemise?
traffic
municipal cases.
Like >the pity Attorney, Atty. G. E. Graves is not surprised aluminum cross has been placed So many people have asked
he knew it waa a matter of delaying. Graves said, Too bad! Fire in a five-story over the entrance of the Churchof our advice about the
the
44It just means we can play golf every day of the week on garment building on Wednesdaytook appearance.: Incarnation adding to Its chemise that we are
that course." the lives of 25 persons and I prompted to make this
injured 15. It was one of the public statement on the
We can see private citizens using delaying tatetics or worst fires in the history of New President Fulgencia Batista of ubject
any other legal means In fighting such battles. We don't York. Cuba Is striving to hold out until HERE 13 WHAT WE
see why the City Commissioners use them. The Commissioners June when there will be an elec THINK:
The Miami Herald is giving tion. However the rebels seem
of all citizens should contend
as representatives ; slum clearance quite some pub to be getting stronger. Then 42 1. We believe the chemise
for the rights of all citizens, ,not tight to deny them such licity. It maker Interesting reading religious professional, fraternaland al modified by' our
t Now Mayor Robert King High other organizations have ask- American 'designers' who
rights.The case was filed against the city March 23, 1956 wants an investigation of, Miami's ed him to resign but he holds on. know the American .
Slum Clearance will be
Departmentwhich woman an
The rebel leader Castro
expectsto
by Dr. E. A. Ward, Jack O'Dell, Rowe Cambridge, GarthC Frank Kelly heads. Mr. have Batista out sometime in Important fashion and
Reeves and Nathaniel Bethune Kelly says he would very much April. We'll see if he is right. will be with ue for some
appreciate a thorough investigation time.
of all his activities.He The Grand Jury made a special 2. But we believe that the
will get one. report on the ''bolita racket on chemise will not
UNITED BAHAMIAN PARTY I Tuesday. The report said, that if monopolize the fashion

Nassau capital of the Bahamas that has been torn TEA ANDBEAUTY the City Commissioners want to ecene because there are
,
,
do, other
\$0, widespread operations !in equally Important
by strikes and fires recently, now seems to be settling SHOWThe Miami could be eliminated In a fitted and semi
down to normalcy.A I matter of days.. fitted clothe, and we
Beauty Club of Eloise's I believe women should not
political party comprising 21 of the 29 mem
new Beauty Salon will give a Tea and The Navy could not be out- permit themselves to be
hers of the House of Assembly, has been formed, knownas Beauty Show Sunday March 30, done, so on Tuesday the statellite led astray by too much
the United Bahamian Parity However, there are no Negroes from "to 6 jjn. at the beauty Vanguard was launched success propaganda.
in this United Party. salon, 2226 W. Bunche Park Drive. fully and Is still In orbit. Now we 3. Our advice to fashion
of the makes interesting reading Shirts and dresses designed by have the Arm/is Explorer and conscious women Is
The platform party Uralee Cusseaux will be modeled. the Navy's Vanguard travelling
and if darned out, would be of mulch benefit to the colony. Sponsors are, Mrs. Willie B. Mc- the universe. "Buy becoming what to It most"
Here are some of the commitments: Call, Mrs. Iona Simms Miss Pa- Too bad about the bombing of you.
trcia Broxton, Mrs. Addle Dow- Beth El Synagogue at 500 SW 17 Klappers
Extension of the franchise to all males over 21. tin, Mrs. Ettle Walker and Mrs. ave. 166 E. Flagler

Enactment of new labor J legislation! ..to, permit all Eloise public Washington.The is Invited..
workers to join labor unions and for collective bargaining.A I Deserving teachers who meet
..
housing scheme for Nassau: and the out islands with I

government insured mortgages. I

Improvement in health, education and transporatlon. SUNDAY, APRIL 6th IS EASTER

Now that there are two political parties, the Peoples Join
The '
Easter Parade With New Dress
Liberal Party (PLP) and this new one, there might be a
some bargaining done which could prove beneficial ,to the

colony as a whole. From. .



NAACP CONTEMPT HEARINGS 5 FASHIO

Mlarch) 28 is the date set for 15 witnesses who appeared pR Si SES c{

before the Florida Legislative Investigating Committeeon 1
February 26-28 in Miami. The witnesses refused to testify i

giving as their reason certain rights under the If it's New, it's Here .
First and 14th Amendments to the Constitution, also because Exclusive, But Not .Expensive
of certain statements made before the Committee

by Rep. Cliff Herrell, a member of the committee. I {,;y. Stunning White

Petitions were presented to Circuit Court Judge Ray '
Pearson by Atty. Mark Hawes counsel for the Committeeand & : Dresses
Judge Poarson ordered the witnesses to appear in ; Eyelet
court on March 28. Whether they will bo compelled to

testify or be held in contempt. remains to be seen. ', ; EXACTLY AS SHOWN '

Among the witnesses are Atty. G. E. Graves, Rev.
: Just the Dress for EASTER
Mrs. Ruth e ? $2 995
Theodore Gibson, Rev. Edward T. Graham h
Perry and Mrs. VerneH Albury. Some are officers of the W s, Sizes 8 to 18OPEN

NAACP.
The committee, headed by Sen. Charley Johns, Is ? "" EVERY,WEEK NITE TIL 9 .

.trying to link the NAACP with the Communists. __ From March 24 to Easter

They told the committee they are not communists..

The NAACP fa not listed as a subversive organization: 166 E. Flagler Street Phone FR 33023P

by the Federal Bureau of Investigation or by the House i I'' ... "
' Un-American ActivWea Committee. I ,


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Special YMCA Committee 1 I SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1958 PAGE 5



Seeks Pre Saint Patrick cakes made by members of the
Executive Membership club were beautifully done in the
colors of the Irish.
Day SipThe
category before April 7, the opening I Special thanks go to the children
date of the 1958 membership beautiful and spaclou who rendered such. a beau-
enrollment. | home of Mr. and Mrs. Lang tiiful program. The president,
Fisher of 1731 NW 61st st., was Mrs. Cecelia Lee, wishes to thank
Participating in the program .' the scene of the Sunshine Community our many friends for the contribution
develop friendships, skill in form- V i \ Club's annual Pre-Saint and attendance, Your
ing and carrying out purposes k k Patrick Day Sip. The house and presence made our tea a very
and ability to work with others : yard was beautifully decorated successful one.
through clubs, classes, athletic
with the green and white. I
thanks from
Many again the
teams committee I
camp life The beautiful table was decor-
members of Sunshine
work, etc.Executive. .I ated with a lovely lace table. Club. Community -

members will be cloth over green satin with sham- Mrs. Cecelia Lee Is president.
rocks all over the entire table.
given the opportunity to partici-
The lovely shamrock cookies and
in the of the YM .
pate programs <. beautiful sandwiches and the
and also give youths who are HARLEM
unable to obtain memberships an SQUARE
opportunty to participate in
SWEET SHOPA
wholesome activities. I appear at the Lounge Friday,
I
s t1 i Saturday and Sunday nights FULL LINE OP GROCERIES
s .. tj ,When you are approached by I March 21-23. Of course the wonderful -
member of the special com- ; Myrtle Jones and her trio COLD CUTS COSMETICS
mittee, enroll in the executive will ,be on hand to blend the softer 208 N.W. 10th SU
category and continue to supportthe side. However the policy for
I Lj the weekend will be continuous
YMCA which is keeping together Zl music-all night long . and behave -
.-MA. the physical, moral and _....mn..n ..__n____ you me the Mary Elizabethwill Drive CarefullyTHE
OSCAR RANGE spiritual life of the community | DR. JOHN O. ---------------1 be the swingest bar In town

The Membership Committee of

the George Washington Carver PHYLLIS WHEATLEY ART & SOCIAL CLUB
Branch YMCA of Greater Miami
is seeking executive memberships PRESENTS .
from community and civic Around Miami
leaders of Dade County, Executive * FashionetlQ Anniversary Banquet
members are persons who
sustain the total -program and By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU I II
services of the YMCA. I THURSDAY, APRIL ,10, 1958 O'CLOCK

The Special Committee members *
are: Rev. Edward T Graham,I MIAMI ,. a funny town. Last at 132nd st. and Lenox ave. If you Liberty Square Auditorium Subscription $1.50
Atty. L. E. Thomas, Oscar Range, week, while down at the Criminal touch the Tree of Jfo, >e, it will YOUR PATRONAGE 18 EARNESTLY SOLICITED
Lester Abut, Melvin Jackson:: Court, looking for a seat, I found bring you good luck. Well where Reservations can be made by calling Mr*. Mable Danlthi, at
and Dr. John O. Brown. that White and Colored sat together In Miami have something
PL 43039 and Mrs.. Pearl WI.t, FR 96723 AS
More than 30 citizens are ex- At the Sir John Hotel that's just about the same thing
pected to enroll in the executive Lounge White and Colored sat There is a dog on 2nd ave., between -
together. When there was a con 7th and 8th streets named
.
cert at Dinner Key Auditoriumwe Shorty, and he is considered a
sat together. We sit side by good luck omen. Everyone on the
side In Dade County Auditorium avenue like Shorty and sees that SEETHE
There are some mixed classes at he Is treated good. If ever you
) : Lindsay napkins Vocational should see Shorty, just stop and
: School. They take city examinations pat him on his head, and you will WORLD'S
: for employment together. have a 'good day. .y (S
t 'I"t They stand and eat together at -
GREATEST
Shell City. I talked to a Mr. I AS I GET IT from Mary' Wilson
Freellng at Steven's Super Mar- (owner of the Mary Elizabeth
ket on 27th ave., and inquired if Rest), the reason we sell out of COLORED
Negroes could eat in there. His souse every night Is because we
.t':;: : ::1 reply was YES. Yet I've never have chitterlings In it. And the PSYCHIC '
seen one Negro at the counter food is good, too . I checked
(including myself). Need I say the carnival on 8th st. and 2nd
more AMEN.+ I ave and couldn't find anything READER
M S -S wrong, except I don't go for that ,1PROFI ;S S
lATCH PAIGE I Is trying out a nickel pitch for a plate. I saw a
p new rod and reel casting in the lady pitch 25 cents before she wona
+ Sir John Pool . Oliver Page is ten cents plate. On that pitch,
& now in the sightseeing and deep you just can't win. Other than I II
sea fishing business. Paige took that, everything's OK,
me down to see his cruiser and
believe you, me, it's real nice I I LOUIS JORDAN and his Tym-

_...f fLESTER. ., For charter fishing and private pany Five will appear at the
parties, call FR 4-8105 and ask Capitol Theatre, March 20 and HUNTER
ALBERT for BONDU . Second avenue 29th. Louis will present his show
and 7th street is just like Broad- and band on the stage, not in a I PROF. HUNTER
way and 42nd street, Stand on movie. As everyone knows Louie
the corner of 2nd ave. and 7th has always been one of America's If you are tick, worried or In trouble this U the
Free MovieThere st. and you'll K. just about favorite entertainers . Dottle place! to come. Don't stay In the rut, push back the

will be a movie shown everything and anything. Which Smith, Jordan's featured vocalist veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,
brings back a seen I havent seen will send Dottie is
'The Happiness of the New really you
World Society," at 173 NW 3rd in 25 years. Three or four cats : pretty too. Highlights of the show aad advance forward by the help of Cod under the
court, April 2 at 7:30: pm by the were standing In front of the 'will be Jordan's Saturday Night leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience
Miami West Unit of Jehovah's Mary Elizabeth Hotel yapping it Fish Fry in Goodbread Alley. in spiritualist and occult science. Make your
Witnesses. All persons of goodwill up, when all of a sudden, a cat Whatever you do, don't miss the home happy. H. will show how to bypasa
I you
are invited. Free.. who hain't seen too many good Louis Jordan Show at the Capitol. yourenemies
days. stoops and. pick. _up. a cigarette and get the things that lifo demands for you.
butt, puts it In his mouth I PRETTY GIRL of The Week: I
Have you seen the and walks off like the King of Cora Frailer .' Policeman of
Wonderful change Slam. the Week: James Farrington! . .
Being mad at I Vocalist of the Week: Janet I
EVERGREEN CEMETERY IF YOU'VE ever been to New Smith . The show that Blanche
Go out there and see York you most likely know of Calloway just put on at the Jim
M: will do your heart good the Tree of Hope that's located Jam Club last week was the talk
I ot the town. Little Janet Smith
has been held over for a second
week. Janet has put now spice In
the how. So make it a must to
see the show at the Jim Jam this
week . "Covsr Girl," a new
modeling school will have Its new --4
studios at the Mary Eli&.b th,Iro'm
101. This school will be Located ai tho Hunter's new psychic studio oo

If open to young ladies who may Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallandale, Fla. oa
wfch! to become professional mou-
els. I might add that this Is no the north side of the road, 1 mile east of 7th ave
_; jive school, but a real honest to Carver Ranches. Siva .... placed on the top of three
_
f U .S __ ioodness modeling school.I story building. Office b in the duplex In the front of
.... building.
I WAS BEST MAN at DetK .
&L tive Archie Lanluoid's weuang Ho ha fifty times more power than any other

_ ;; last Tuesday, March 18 at 3:13 medium. You will !find him far Advanced la bowled -
..,.m. ith"d",. m..f.Of.otue AiuKobcrtson ., .
_ S .. ..N of Miami. Mrs. Mildred *

Dignified Living at its Best Rtfocruon, mointr u fete (*{...*?, READINGS FROM $1.00UP
was also a witness to the matrimonial
CAROL ANN ,APARTMENTS proceedings. Jokingly ss LICENSED IV STATS AND COUNTY

.... .ue pjwu it, I should be Hire OFFICE HOURS DAILY
14100 N.W. 24th Court Opa Lock, Fla. to ajvly for a fishing license ,. .. .
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED /ixcnicsnd bcottle were marriedby 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7-9 P.M.-SUNDAY 1 P.... TIL 4 P.M.
1 Bedroom and 2 Bedrooms Near Kwlk ch.k Busies Mrs. Ida Mae Scorbourgh. The

Tile, Baths Showers Playgrounds The ceremony was quok and CLOSED ALL DAY WED
ss
BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY simple. Both bride and groom are

Phone MU0617 Agent on Premises very happy. Amen. CALL IN PERSON

Or Call Downtown Office FR I-S41S TUESDAY
LAST NIGHT Curt 5417 S. W. 17th St.
Harmon and his Top Notes upset;'
he folk at the Mary' Elizabeth\' Hollywood, Fla.
Lounge but the best news of all I!
Our Classified Column Get Fast Results was that Curt and his group will





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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1958 AFRICAN AG All members of Lodge & Temples

EXPERTLaMarr IBPOEW from West Palm Beach

E. Fort of Live Oak south to Key West, Liberty Lodge
Florida who spent .some ten yearsin No. 1052 and Temple No. 724

-ArOlUld The Bahamas pert Liberia finds as work an agricultural in Libya fasci-ex- respectfully request your presenceat

nating and the farmers alert to this . .
the new methods.' Fort is a grad- I r
A. H.
Dy McKENZIE uate of Florida A and M Collegeand
holds an honorary doctrate ELKS DAY CELEBRATION/
from Monrovia College in Liberia.
Beating the law 10 tbe gune of ON WEST COAST .
some people. Alexander Tate, a He is now spending some timein I Starting at 9 a.m.
prisoner in custody of a* overseerat the state
the Princess Margaret Hospital DADDY GRACE

quietly stole away on a bicycle BUYS MILLION NOTICEThe I Sunday, March 30, J958
reccatly. On March 0, --yearoH $
John Kenneth Spa was Varsity Barber' Shop, 6610
being taken from the Ftac Hill MANSION NW 15th ave., will be closed every There will be something going on all day long
prison to the Magistrate: Court Wednesday' beginning April 2
to be tried far forgery. Fbora" the LOS ANGELES. (ANP) until Labor Day. Never a dull moment from 9 a.m. until
truck he Jumped off Bernard lid "Sweet" Daddy Grace, dapper religious Harry Smith: Prop. 829 Associa
and disapPeared. Police w look I cult leader, last 'Week extended I Come and let us make( this a miniature State

ing for them. Tate wu being held' his spiritual domain to the other refreshments.Big .
tion. of food and
for attempted rnarder. West Coast when he purchased a to remark: "Ain't that pretty."? I Plenty
$l,OOOOOO mansion in the swank '
A $5,000,000' cooperative development Berkeley Square area here. I I According to Haig M. Prince parade in the p.m. Registration begins 9 a.m.
,
is being planned for local business man who purchased -
the Cable Beach area The location The 74-year-old leader, who the mansion for Daddy Grace I Remember this I.! your day to show who and what .H. an Elk
claims God sent him to Americato oriental rugs, vases, art works
is to be on five acre at Cable Come and stay all day so won't miss anything.
you
Beach between BekncavL Club help people, reportedly 'purchased and paintings valued at $230,000were
and Cable Beach BCanec. A One- the mansion for $50,000 in included in the deal. The For Further Information call NE 5-9253
storey building -wttJi M. opart- cash. He immediately began I, mansion has 21 baths servants' or Contact Bro. David G. Tucker Gen Chairman at
ments will be the main fiaatore., transforming it into one of his quarters, a large ballroom 35,000
sanctuaries. He now own 41, according square feet of floor space and a 6525 N.W. lath Avenue, Miami Florida

# On February 27 ''a ma and air I to reports. swimming pool. j MABEL I. ,DANIELS, Daughter Ruler

search was made for SCOKK: !tc- Daddy' Grace stood by admir- Daddy Grace was quoted assaying CLAUDE ROLLE Exalted Ruler
Phee and Kenneth Ftttter wbo ingly as painters began trimmingthe he brought God to America. -
left Gambia two days pvntoosly 85-room home in bright red, "God was never in America .
in a dingy on a flsMisg ts&. The white and blue, his favorite col- until I brought Him here" he I ."1\-. 1oIt , !t//.f"1'i '
men were found late that afternoon ors. As he watched, he was beard said.
at the west aid trf New t
had _n- .- -
Providence where they

ed. I
Y
Demeritte >Mfc Gertrude I a.
Sealey : and s -
LIghrtJboum were mauled
at Transfiguration) B a j> *,, lilt ws 4tr Y {
Church, Rev. C. It. Tboaofweiafkdadttg. do-
: The bride tofl&e daiJ.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. TfcnottryTJghtbourn. 1 J'x

I"rif

Richard GCWbs BOB of George y b.S I"f" 1 p
and the late Mrs. Globe 'fill. Turks a I
Island, and Miss EZneoe S. Hall. Y r
daughter of Mr. anal Jfcjj. Pr>ed-
val Hall were Joined ia fcoly wedlock
by the Rev. TaJn&dge Sands ; MiaiJIE :
at Zion Baptist. Church on Feb .
26. '
I
4 $
Rosa Gibson said to be 100 ? J
years old, died on March 1 at the
Female Infirmary.

William Beckley, OS, of Canaan c1bt; .$ a Y
Lane died at Prtncrw Xaurgaret
Hospital on Feb. 38. Sat la sur-
vived by three sons i* '*o United: 00
States; a daughter, :34 tpand- ,
'
children and 30 great grandchild' X

ren. :: '< 1y
%
F :
Sunday, March 2 Canon Ad- ,
dlngtan Johnson was inducted
rector of St. MaWl wfs Parish
which is the oldest Anglican '
Church in the colony. A large .. <
audience was in attendance, including
His Excellency Q o Gov.
and mecribers of the Leeteiatnre.It .
is regrettable that all of the
vestry was not present.
it
Canon Johnson is an able leader -
and a great preaches A Bahamian "? i ta
he has spent the post 30
years in the West Indies with
marked success. He sttooOtf be a
great contribution to ,the tttoraee Double-rich Carnation makes this -
especially at this : iod.
He is the first colored peat to
head this historic catmdL and all
ahamians should be proud of him. Delicious Meal in Minutes

Garth Greenidge young public
school teacher at tile Western
Senior school, died last week and
was buried from St. A0ws on
Sunday. Thousands tuzncd cut to 1. New improved Minute Rice

pay their last respect ash a teacher Follow these new shortcuts:
who had recently w.a a scholarship 2.Carnation 3-minute cheese sauce
to go to England to fur ,.. ,
ther his education. Servian were 1
conducted by' Canon K. K. Cooper -
assisted by Revs. John Taylor.; X
and William Thompson,

The Rev. Peter Howard: min- TUNA nICE AU GRATIN ,
ister of Wesley Methodist Church
who was accused of aovtag a wate'r salt CHEESE SAUCE (Makes 2 h cups)
%teaspoon
child out of wedlock with Stable 1 V4 cups
box) 1% (large can) 2 teaspoons dry mustard
Charles, and refusing to sttftport V4 cup chopped: 114 cups ((4.ounce cups
it, was exonerated by Magistrate green pepper MINUTE RICE undiluted 2 cups (about 8 ounces)
M. J. Thompson. Tbe enraged 2 tablespoons chopped 2H cups CARNATION CARNATION grated process
woman attacked the nainiiter in onion 3-Minute Cheese Sauce Evaporated Milk American cheese

the court alter the exeatrxtion, 2 tablespoons chopped 1 cup jounce can) tuna, >/& teaspoon salt
and exclaimed, "God laws:: that drained and flaked
I am telling the truth. Jfc can gc pimiento Simmer Carnation salt and mustard in

to England" but he cant ran' from Y Bring water, pepper, onion, pimiento and salt to saucepan over medium heat to just far
God.
Continued on 15ASTHMATICS boil in saucepan. Add rice and mix just to moisten low boiling (about 2 minutes).'Add
page heat until
heat and let stand cheese. Stir
from
rice. Cover; remove
about
about 5 minutes! cheese melts ( 1 minute longer). ,(

i Meanwhile, prepare Carnation Minute Cheese
Sauce (right). Add tuna to sauce. Arrange hot rice Recipes on the
mixture in mounds on plates. Serve tuna- eese labels,too typPO
**
>tm t.f4 ? .
ftj sauce over rice. Makes six servings. \

1. aw

, '
coffeefcream"it with
Fqr a better cup of a
& j DRUG DEPT. veeite
WHIPS!
?4''f. to Carnation.THE MILK THAT
.10 N.W. 62nd Sty Miami' Fla .

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THE MIAMI TIMES "The People' Newspaper"

OPPOSES NEW I SATURDAY, MARCH 22,, 1958 PAGE 7


: BEATENIN 8-'. 6-4.
ALTHEA MM Groan Is Wimbledon and
SINGLES WINS United States women singles
CONSTITUTION ohsc taa. Hot lose to Miss llonpawas
STATE
DOUBLES kur: Sect since winning. the
two cove9 d !flee.Know .

BARJIANQUILLA. Columbia-
SAYS REPULSIVE TO (ANP) Althea Gibson beaten Her ? ?
DEMOCRACY ANDU. earlier In her quest ol the wo-, Anyaotft knowing the whereabouts -
S. CONSTITUTION 10 Best Dressed men's singles title Wash.by teamed Janet of Mary Monroe (maiden
Hopps of Seattle. name) dvogkter of Adallne and
Cora
TAMPA The Florida State with Gardnar Mulloy of George Moaxre of Jacksonville.
Conference of NAACP branches Gables, Fla., to win the doubles mall
contact by
Florida, please ,
went on record today as "being title of the Barranquilla City tennis Mrs. Jeanne Johnson, 1784 Amsterdam -
opposed to the proposed State Women to be ChosenThe tournament last of week.Brazil They and Ave., New York 31, NY.
Constitution because it contains beat Maria Bueno A3
a section which is repulsive to I Marvyn Rose. Australia 2-6 6-4
true American Democracy and
the United States Constitution." Saints Ann and Margaret
I
Chapter of the Woman's Auxiliaryof MAYS HIGH In Fine
Whiskey
The president ol the Florida the Church of the Incarnationis
DEFENSEOF
State Conference said that des- sponsorinv a Fashion Show featuring OPENS
pite present court rulings making the ten best dressed women STATE
segregation illegal and unconsti- in Miami, May 8, at Northwestern FLEISCHMANN'SISThEii
tutional officials of the State of senior hlfih; school audi CHAMPIONSHIPThe
Florida are attempting to con- torium. '
tinue racial segrogation by in
eluding In the proposed consti- The following names have been Mays Rams baseball team
defense of its 1967 statechampionship
thus far opens
submitted
tution a section providing that !
crown Friday night,
"separate but equal schools shall Riou, Mrs. Joy-
Mrs. Lucille March 21, against Attudks High
be maintained by the State. celyn Burroughs' Mrs. Lloraa of Dania at the Homestead Perk.

Rev. A. Lowry NAACP presi- Green Mrs. Clyde Killens, Mrs. Coach Dinkins has lost the ser-
dent said that the branches of Sybil Johnson, Mrs. Thelma McDonald vice of Herbert Pratt and James .
the association were being ad- Mrs. Vcrncka Silva, Mrs. Rolle through graduation but DU !
vised to carefully study the new Zelzna D1adcI most of his squad returns including -

Constitution interested persons and to their pass findings.on to I I We urge the people in the com- : sensations the Bohler, Harvey brothers'Cooper pitching, Cur- .... :;i t:
munity to send in more names of
tis Young, Capt. Emory Collier
The section referred to is Art-
ladies who 'think are the best
you ,and others.
icle 10, Section 8, entitled White
dressed women in the Miami area.I
and Colored-Separate Schools. It Ballot boxes are at the Miami Coach Dinkins will probably
reads that White and Colored Times' downtown office, 1112 NW give the first assignment to his
children shall not be taught in 3rd ave. and at the Liberty City ace right hander, L. J. Bohler or '-, y, '
the same school but impartial plant or the Vestibule ol: the hb ace left hander Dennis Boh 51 V
provision shall be made for both." Church of the Incarnation, 1835 ler who won the final game of .
"As a matter of principle NW :54th st. the state tournament last year.
Rev. Lowry said "The NAACP.
cannot stand idle and allow the I I For further information call I The baseball public is urged to #f ,
Negro citizens of Florida to be Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke, NA 10957. support the Rams during this s
led blindly into voting for or I campaign because they are deriv- MDk't .,
against the Constitution. without i ing. Schedule of home games h ,
letting them know of the pro- i as follows: I JUI J RI

vision." MRS. ALBURY Attacks, March 21. }

Carver Delray March 28
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Talla.hasseeone hundred and NXJ. The treasurer Dllliard High, May 9. -.
two students completed. requirements of the Miami branch I Game time: 8:15 p.m. '
for graduation at FloridaA NAACP was awarded the coveted )I.n" PROOF
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said, "Although the students secretary and Kelly M.
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their degrees they would not members. Only Fleischmann'i has more Proof 90 Proof-as compared
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commencement exercises, June I Recipient of the award is Mrs. Garage Hcischmann'i 90 Proof meant more flavor-more enjoymentmore
2." Vernell A. ADbyry, treasurer of Open Sun. 2 to 4:30: p.m. satisfaction. And-Fldschmann'i surprisIng mildness .
Students from Greater Miami the Miami branch and an em-
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completing requirements January ployee of the in bottte.Hut's why rkischmann'soffers
highest quality every
30 are: Katie Mae Arnold, elementary Insurance Co. She was cited for
CAPPER you so much: more than any whir Bey. $2.93 T
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Hollywood physical ed.; Samuel Rights and privileges guaranteed I' BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL. S ::1 K.f3THE .
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Walter Frierson Perrine, ele-
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" LIBERTY CITY ELEM. dedication and Open House of

I Floral Heights Elementary Schoolon I
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1958 Thanks to the many, parents, Thursday March 27 at 8 pjn.
friends, boys ,and girls who came catetorium.
school
in the
out to make our carnival a big

HOLY REDEEMERA NORTHWESTERN 'HIGH success. The boys and girls real- SUNDRIES
ly enjoyed the rides on the Shet-
Non Surpical Treatment
sincere congratulation is SOCIOLOGY CLASS land Ponies, the visits to the for- Headquarter for your
due to the children of Holy Redeemer MAKES SURVEY tune teller (Miss Margaret Ben- Hernia a Piles MIAMI TIMES If you live out

School who have found Yearly, the "Know Your Com- ton) and the wonderful food that (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids) Brownsville wayWOMEN'S
learning. an interesting experi- munity Contest" effects Northwestern's was prepared. Willie Scott, vice AND MEN'S HOSE
DR. LONG'S CLINIC
ence. president of our PTA, and Thomasa SERVE
Sociology Class of Mrs. WE
Pogue served as cochairmenfor 21 8.W 13th Ave.
Some children Lemmie Mitchell. The contest, an Foremost Ice Cream
have earned the the affair. Phone F.R 8.2748
title of Cooperative Honor Students Elizabeth Verriok Award Con- We're happy to have withus
very Phone NE 4-9441
for test, hats carried the class to the I
their courteous manner Miss Sutton and James John-
County Courthouse to obtain information Add Life to Years
and consistent cooperation with Eon Miss Sutton is working with 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J. .
Life
of and Years to
on ownership Vacant -
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school I *
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rules and regulations. Mrs. Gussie Dofbb ar M'a-
lots, then to different areas omi Grant in their speech classes. REDUCESpecial FINCHER, Mgr.
Others merit recognition as where there are vacant lots anda indl
Mr. Johnson is from Florida Medication
Scholastic! Honor Students for need for pUblic playgrounds: A&M University and is working
their earnest effort and successful Additional committees are making with Mrs. Willie Mae Colson and
achievement of high scholastic a research of rules governingthe her third grade class.
ratings. playgrounds, sending corre- I
t SJpedal recognition !is awardedto spondence to communities witb Congratulations to Eileen

the students who hove distinguished outstanding playgrounds and conferring Tindle and Jacquelyn Love, the
themselves both scho- with Mrs C. C. Clifton, spelling winner and runner up.

lastically and cooperatively. They a representative of the contest Eileen Is a 6th grader in Mrs. SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER
truely merit the title of Distin- sponsoring committee. The class's Gladys Robinson's class and
guished Honor Students. to complete the two months' Jacquelyn is a 5th grader in Miss
project and make a report by' Johnnie Mae Allen's cla!s. These Phone FR 3-2691
2186 N.W. 7th Avenue
Cooperative Honor Students: April/ 1.EXCHANGE. girls will compete in the county
Sheldon Anderson, Donna contest.
Bethel, Joy Hamilton, Maurlssee STUDENTS HERE The first grade class of Mrs. HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Hammond, Sharon Holts, Ellen Three new students came to Ruble Mizell enjoyed their out-
Lawyer, Carol Long, Etta Mclver, Northwestern for a week thru ing to Crandon Park Zoo. Mrs. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Antoinette Moss, Sandra Murray, the Student Council last March Helen Everette, one of our sub-
Cynthia Rozter, Janlse Williams, 17., Charles Black ,president of stitute teachers, went along as a -
Edgar Smith, Edward Smith, Chi N3LS' Council, has been instru- chaperone.
quita Sanford Dwight Wilson I mental in getting the approval of I
Scholastic Honor Students: his organization to again put into Wednesday, March 26, will be
Ralph James, James Martin, El- effect a yearly (project which the last series of the Children'sconcerts
more Philpot. 'spreads good human relationshipamong at the Dade County BEN H. ATKINSON, JR., D.D.S.

Distinguished Honor Students. : the four high tchools auditorium. These concerts have

Katrlna Colebrook. Karen Ed BTW, Carver:: Mays and North proved to be very rich experience'' ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
western. for our boys and girl and we rio
wards, Rita Henderson, VonClle I
that will take
James, Cyrus JoUlvetto Sandra I hope many more FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
Students and faculty are extending advantage of them. |
Lester, Sheryl Lester, Sheila Mc-
Phee, Beverly Pans, ,Thomas many courtesies to The faculty of Liberty City
Roundtree, Hazel Siminotte, Mary Joseph Blue, a BTW senior; Son-I Elementary is presenting "Rock OFFICE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m .- 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
dra Johnson, Carver's junior and Around The Clock" on Tuesday
Styles, Bernard Welters, Carolyn And by Appointment
,Williams, Paul Wyche. I Nathaniel Rues' sophomore of night, April 1 at 8 in the cafe-
Mays as they spend a week a?I torium. Wally Futch and many
actual pupils of the institution. other guest artists will appear so 6705 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone PL 7-5601
BUNCHE PARK ELEM. I, make April 1 a must in your date

PHYLLIS WHEATLEYOur book.
In keeping with County Policies !- I

constant emphasis has been Girl Scout Troops 28, 165
placed. on "Improving The and 486 celebrated "Girl Scout G. W. CARVER HIGH I
Spelling" our boys and girls Week" with a birthday chat party
throughout the year. Since the on Thursday evening. Miss The Student Council is busy DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC
month of March has been desig- Demip.ey: Creary, executive director making plans for the state con
nated as "SpelHng' Month" all vention in St. Peters of Girl Scouts of Dad
e 3197 Douglas Road Coconut Grove Miami Fla.
,
picture windows and bulletin County and Miss Minerva, direc- 1012. School representatives art

boards are carrying unique tor of Girl Scout of Dade, were Linnie Hobbs, Jeanette bnerman I The General Clinic Is well equipped and offer you excellent
themes centered around Correct guests of the troops. The girls end Ollie B. Jefferson
Speling. enjoyed chatting with them. Mrs.E. Marcella Wake, senior, BTW.I I Clinical and Medical Services for the oare and treatment of all

Monday, March 17, the "Inter Johnson, our principal and Gwendolyn Love, junior, North Illness, diseases, bodily Injuries and physical disorders. of
Mrs. A. western and Eula Trammell,
Pinkney serving
mediate Spelling Bee" will beheld at the punch bowl.were Mrs. M. junior, Mays, are exchange all types for the entire family. Pre Marital Blood tests, Health
at 1:30: in the school's audi- .
Rhodes and Mrs. dents at Carver for the Cards and Workmen's
torium. The two top spellers will E. Moore took SLu-1 Condensation Insurance Cases.
March 17-21.
compete in the County-Wide ; pictures of the affair. Leaders of
Spelling Bee," while the ten finalists the troops are: Mrs. E. Frederick, Rev Edward T. Graham was' Office Hours: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday
will school Mrs. M. M. Clark, Mrs. M. Nixon the principal speaker at the class
represent our
oi the 27th when we compete I and Mrs. P. Smith. Ring Ceremony held in the audi.!I 24 Hour Phone Service Dr. Jam T. ROM
torium, Friday, March 21. Stu-
against "Rainbow Park Elemen- Last week we were favored dent speakers participating on Phone Hlland 8-2310 Director

tary.Mrs. with many new ideas in arithmetic the program were Patricia Bethel I' ..
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Lola Martin and pupils of coming from Mrs. Mary Nes- and Lovell Lewis.
J her fifth grade class are still receiving bitt, supervisor of mathematics "A Salute to Parent is the
congratulations+ for the demonstrating various problems. theme of the 4-H assembly' pro-

very informative and unique assembly Transportation through the agesis gram to be presented by the
B. Solomon
program presented on last I in the process of development group on Thursday, March 27. Funeral Hone
''j I Iin Miss E. C. Thomas' class. The The girls are also busy making

entitled 1. |I pupils are enjoying much research plans for their first party. (EstableeJiod',,,1020)
was a culminating activity of the I and reading to compare "Deadly Ernest," a 3-act comedy
classes unit on the "The Solar I early transportation with modern by Donald Payton, Is the Dignified, Personal Courteous Service
System. I ways of travel for the unit. I choice of the seniors for their

(Last Frank of class play, which will be pre
Wednesday Ross Funerals Within
Get well wishes to Mesdames the YMCA visited the Gra-Y sented Tuesday night, April 15. Range of Each Budget

Blue, our art consultant and and showed several films It is definitely a play not to miss!
group
Dean sixth grade teacher Ellen Bethel
Marion reporter
about life. Another
camp one I r
chairman. We
and operetta dealing with electricity. plans are

pray for their speedy recovery., I now underway to help the 'boys Want to Speak I I 315 N.W.16th Street Ph. FR 3-1440

Mrs. Louise Lewis a senior in I gO to camp April 18 through the English?
the School of Elementary Edu- 20th. This club is sponsored; byt I -
cation at Bethune-Coctanan College Frank E. Jones.
A new course in English for
t is interning in first grade, will be
We are very proud to have Miss foreign people added to
under the of Mrs. Annie
guidance' the evening adult at
Yvonne Deveaux and Miss Doro- program
Grant as her directing teacher. thy Hill, students of Bethune- Booker T. Washington High RAPHU S. WILLIAMS

Felicitations to our efficient Cookman College interning withus School. The fee will be $1.00 for

cafeteria manager on bet recent under the directing teachers of the entire course. PRIVATE FOR HIRE
marriage. She is now Mrs. Edna Mrs. Sybil Farquharson and Mrs. Persons interested in .further
Mingo. Eleanore Moore. information call :Miss G. Bray-
I The faculty and student body non at FR 3-1825.
Ambulance
a Mrs. Dorothy ,Weaver, our join me in a sincere wish for a ServiceFRanklin
school nurse, addressed our parents sPeedy recovery of Mrs. Joycelyn
last Monday night during Burroughs! who has been out of H I C K S'
the PTA meeting on the "Role,, school because of illness. We are 3.5900

of The School Nurse at The praying for your rapid return. KURLE & 'KOMBE
I Bunche Park Elementary SchooL"This Elizabeth Johnson, principal I
informative talk was followed Eleanore Moore, reporter I HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL"A
by a question and answer Beauty Salon

period. Northwest Area PTAThe 5550 N.W. 17th Ave.

Mesdames Evelyn Tyncs, Daisy
Northwest Area PTA Announces its new
Barnes, Alma F. Brooks, Mar-
garet Newbold and Miss Gussie I Council Invites you to its 2nd an- Telephone number Living Service for the Living'
Johnson attended the State PTA nual tea on Sunday, March 23
conference which convened In from 4 to 6 p.m. at Holmes Ele- PL 8-9113

Palatka during the week of Feb. mentary School, 1175 NW 67th Range Funeral 1 Home
27-lMarch 1. Mrs. Margaret New- street. Mrs. W. C. Spitzer, state Come In for FREE Color
v
bold Is dynamic PTA president membership chairman and past Consultation
our
president of Coral Way Elementary OSCAR AND ATHALIE RANGE, OwnersPHONES
Expert hair coloring,
and Shenandosh: Junior High tinting

Plan, now to attend our an- PTA will be the principal speaker dyeing, reconditioning, : PL 4.7468.PL 1.1331
nual operetta Thursday, March on the program. Styles by
!G. 'Molly be Jolly" is the title iWilhelmina Sands, president
f' ( of this' year's production and !Anthony Simon, reporter Vera Hicks, Prop.No Oscar Range, Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director

little Elva Evans (plays the role
waiting four operatorsto 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
as Molly. serve Miami Florida'w
you ,
A. F. Brooks, prtaelpslDelorese I Drive Carefully
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t b CHILDREN . SATURDAY MARCH 22, 1958 PAGE 9

.. "BACK TOAFRICA"

/ ELUOTT J. rIEIE MOVE


MAY STARTBy CLEAN..CLEAN.
WHAT PRICE SPECIAL April 18 and 19. There'll be three .

FAVORS shows daily 3:30: pjn., 6:30 and Conrad Clark for ANP

Recently a great segment of the 10 pm. BAD KHS8HNOEN, Germany- CLEAN.

people of the state of Florida was Are you tired of your wife or review of the German Press this
the
shocked over revelation of i husband Do you want to swap week, brings to light a "plan for
that Richard
fact Mack
the. onetime your wife or husband for your fatherless children to go to Al-
prominent Railroad member of the I friend's mate, at least for a rica" as outlined for the State.
Florida and Public
weekend? "Swapping Wives"
Utilities Commission, and more I dramatizes the of The plan as outlined in the
recently a member of the Federal couples who story decided two newspaper "AlbenQ>Ost" by a Dr.
actually to
Communication, was accused of exchange mates. I Kurt Joachim Fischer is about the
questionable conduct .while a (problem of children fathered in
member of the Federal Commission Because of the nature of this Germanv by American Negro
in connection with the play persons under 16 years of servicemen.The .
awarding of television channel 10 age will not be admitted.
to a subsidiary of National Air- 'There'll also be two full length draftsman of the plan said K. .a' '"
Mack later that the oldest of these childrenis
lines. resigned his features
on the tL
screen, "The
I today 12 to 13 years of age,
position under obvious pressure Vampire" and "The 49ers." Ad- and \
that there is a total 8,000 to 10-
from his superiors. The case of mission h 93 cents. Tickets are on
Richard Mack and all of its 000 of these children in Germany
accompanying I sale at the Modern and at The
since
only a small number of
features h not Miami
com- Times'
downtown
office
I them have been taken
pletely closed as yet, because the by Monday of next week. to the
Congressional Committee which United States by their fathers.In t

investigated Mack has plans for IT'S REUNION TIME AT BTW outlining his plan further i
additional hearings: on other related Dr. Fischer wants the German
It's the
annual
reunion time at
I phases of the case. At the
Booker T. authorities to undertake the subsidizing -
Washington High
present time, there's no telling on of
the teaching of these
how far the Tuesday, June 3 and Thursday,
just hearings will
dig children that
so they later
June 5. This for can go
the first
year,
and just who be involved before
may time in the to the countries of Africa as doc-
history of the alumni
it is all
over.
association, which sponsors the tors, technicians, nurses, labora-
People of the state of Florida reunion activities, three 'classes forth.tory assistants, teachers and so
had hardly gotten over the shockof will celebrate reunions at the
the case of Richard Mack, tame: time. They will be the In concluding his outline, the
when another and apparentlymore classes of '48, 38 and '28. The Dr. says that "Perhaps we can
serious "blockburter" WM class of 1928 was the first to make up to these innocent ones
dropped Into their laps this weekIn other two followed in the next for a small part of the guilt which
front page article which I I graduate from BTW and the lays upon us for the millions of
carried an 8-column read line two intervals of 10 years each- murdered persons who were an-
spread, the Miami Herald stated hence the triple celebration will nfhiliated because of the racial
that Florida Insurance Commissioner include the first reunion for the ideas of our people, even thoughwe
J. Edward Larson, borrow. [class of 1958, the second for the individually did not take part ,.. ...r. iai3.i. wa
ed nearly $50,000 from various class of 1938, and the third for in it...
Insurance companies regulated by the 1928 class. I That's the taste you get
his office. The Herald gave a very I Final words were that, "The
detailed account of the various The reunion program will be cost would not be so ,great . when you make your ar"Asl
held on Tuesday afternoon, June and much unhappiness ... ..
Insurance companies from whom many Tom Collins with cleantastingFLEISCHMANN'S ffl...:
the money was borrowed and the 3 at 2 o'clock In the school's aud. tears, much .perplexity will be
exact amount which was loaned Itorlum. The reunion ball will be avoided in the coming: years." Dh aIND

by each company. I'o'clock held on at Thursday the Harlem evening Square at 10 I ......'

The Herald further explainedthat Ballroom. In addition to these, all
Commissioner Larson admit of the Other: accompanying re. : I $2.55 4.p-
ted borrowing the money, but union activities will be held at GIN
declared that he saw no conflict their appropriate times during If you happen to see a leak, Pmt C

of interest Involved nor any other the commencement week. I Call me, don't wait until
wrong that he had done. next we k. DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN Oc ,
Funds
raised from the
sponsor- 90 PROOFTHE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING
Conscientious Floridians are ship of the reunion ball will go When next week rolls
CORPORATION NEW YORK CITY
beginning to wonder Just who, if toward the alumni's annual scholarship .und, ,

I anyone, among the ,many state award which goes each The rain will come down.
\ elected officials, is wholly and year to some deserving member of
completely above reproach. Just I the graduating class. It's reunion And when the rain oomes I MlMBaJlMiMJtE MiMtMMil """" 1itJt.NIM
who can stand up and be counted time at BTW on Tuesday, June down,

as an official who, as a result of and Thursday, June 5. I csn't make a dime.
his position is getting only the WORLD FAMOUSWMBM
salary authorized by the law, is Request you save time,

now being widely discussed by NKRUMAH TO BE And gain a dime.
the taxpayers of this and other
of this state.
communities GUEST OF IKE *
The constant revelation of

questionable conduct on the part Washington (ANP) Official -

fast of various causing high the public people officials of this I.i Is diplomatic sources have revealed COOPER & SOH TOPS IN LISTENING

and other states to lose more and I I that Prime Minister O THE CASTLEROCK SHOW
more confidence In the Integrityof Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana will Roofing Company
many of the officials at the be the guest of President Eisenhower THE GOSPEL BLIND BOY SHOW

helm of the various departments sometime in July of this 6306 N.W. 15th Are.
of the government. Many people THE BUTTERBALL SHOW
have asked the question, "Are year.
fair play and honesty lost virtues The duration 04 Prime MinisterVkrumah's Phone PL 4-7032 LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLIOTT J. PIEZE
In government?" Such Incidentsas visit to the United
the recent case of Richard -
States has not been disclosed as
Mack, and the now current revelations yet.
on Commissioner' Larson 800 ON YOUR RADIO
will not aid In convincing them
that they are not. "What price
special favoraf""SWAPPING 1IJI I AAA7A 7 1 ] JlJlJI>1IdaJIIdiJI

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ami, is proudly presenting GARDEN APARTMENTS
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three acts for adults only, by the I
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II'.am.tr BethelAntoit ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTRev. THE INCARNATIONFr. 4' : v!

Lawn N. F. Clark, pastor E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar
) Veronica Berry reporter J ,
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Cmf.11J .' Rev. J. E. Monroe, reporterRev.
Edgar! Harold Brown clerk SUNDAY P

quitafi 1 On Sunday, March 23, the men Church School and Adult Bible

Schomorej of St. Matthew's will sponsor Class ............................ 9.30: ajn
RalPh',) their first Annual Men's Day. Solemn Sung Mass and

lJ They are trying to make this a Sermon ........?.......... 11.00: a.m
''DistJ.'Wa great event, and are taking this St. Michael's Guild ....... 5:30: pjn
Katrl opportunity to extend a special Episcopal Young Church- I f : &$:
,: invitation to the people) of Miami men Unit No.1........ 5:30: p.m % : '
James,I and Dade County to be their Solemn Evensong and I

Lester,J guests. Sermon ........................ 7.30: p.:n
Phee, | The Rev. N. F. Clark, Rev. II. I TUESDAY

Round Brown and Deacon Smith are Acolyte practice ................ 6 pjn
Styles J sending out special invitations to WEDNESDAYLow

:William* Browns, Claitics and Smiths, and I Mass .........-............ 6:30: p.m
guests will bave special seats. I Evensong, meditation ........ 8 p.m,
The speaker for the 11 o'clock Confirmation Instructions for
.BUNCi i service will be our former mayor, i
In kee in our opinion, the best mayor i AdultsTHURSDAY
des, Miami over had, the Hon. Abe ,
St. Mary's Choir Guild Kl
ia
coi'tpl&ced
Aronovitz. We are honored to Rehearsal..........?... 5:30: pjn I !
Spellingmonth[ -; have this noble gentleman to FRIDAY' ;

throughot speak for us, so we are inviting Stations of the Cross .... 7.30: pj .....__... --,---....-..........----.... ..........--- -.......
all who possibly can to come and
nated of hear him. Service will begin St. Cecelia's Choir Guild pm. The Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor of deacon; Sidney Parrish, trustee; Baptist Church, and vice moder-
aa Note: All Masses on all Saint and Jordan Grove of the Seabord Association
Baptist Church and Willie B. Gatson and James Patterson ator Baptist
boards Picture I promptly at 11 am. Thank you. Holy Days ............................ 6 a.m, his members held the ground. ,I deacons; Emma Wheeler, the Rev. King, pastorof
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themes TRIUMPH CHURCHOpa breaking ceremonies for their church: clerk and Rev. W. H1 Buelah Baptist, the Rev. Langone
Spelln.g. o IMonday S FIRST UNITARIANOn new church which will be located Edwards, moderator of the Sea- of the pioneers of the Sea-
Lodka at the corner of NW 12th ave. board Baptist Association. board Baptist Association and the

Prince H. Mobley, pastor Sunday, March 22, at 7 p.m. and 60th s-t, on Sunday afternoon Bottom photo shows Rev. Smith, Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor of Mt.
mediate S Sister C. McKinney, reporter the Parents Nursery School will March 9.Pictured. his wife, Mrs. Jessie Smith, and Carmel Baptist Church, led the
held at 12 sponsor a covered dish supper I are some of the scenes son, C. H. Jr., and a :portion of hymn singing.
torium. Tt I, "Church and Community and game night at the home of on the occasion. In the upper the congregation that attended the
compete I t* vange1t.m" was the subject of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hutner, photo are the pastor, the Rev. C. ceremonies.A I An offering of approximately
Spellin, BnaUsts the lesson on Sunday past. Evangelism 2323 SW 2nd ave. The Nursery I H. Smith, ('WIth' shovel), Israel $U6 was raised on the occasion,
wil) is something that happens School is sponsored by and heldat Smith and Herman Thomas, large crowd attended the to aid the new church. Rev. Edward -
on the 27t when one life touches another. It the First Unitarian Church, trustees, Burey Woods and Eu. ceremonies. Speakers for the occasion I served as master of ceremonies
against "R' is not confined to a few grand Dixie Highway at SW 89th road. gene Davidson, deacons Charles' included the Rev. C. J. for the occasion/.-Photos
tary. ; occasions where very large The annual Every-Member- I Foster, trustee, George Quinn, I' Burney pastor of Friendship I by Johnson of Miami.
I
crowds are gathered together, but Canvas will be held on Sunday,
her Mrs. Lo much more in the quiet testimony March 23, 11 am. During the
fifth gi and the worthy exampleset service Dr. David M. Morris, MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. BAHA'I ASSEMBLY MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
celvlng: CQ by faithful Christians during chairman of the committee: will
very infornThursdayrn their daily walk of life. We were ask for pledges and canvassers D. A. Bradley, pastor Everything in Gospel Music
honored to have Mother T. Jamesour will call at the homes of members L. R. Smith reporter Carroll Wilson: of West Miami" Everything for the church. Alsc
supervisor with us on Sun- who have will speak on "The Mercy Seat, church furniture, Baptist standard
not dur-
pledged
titled .It is written that man shall not 7:45 Sunday March 23. All
"A \ day. We really enjoyed her most ilng the service. pan. hymnals AME hymnals.NW 242
was a culm, encouraging words. I Rev. Glenn O. Canfield will live word by bread alone, but by every races and faltlfc are cordially invited 8th St. apt S. FR 3-6499.
classes that proceedeth out of the to attend.
unit '
On Sunday afternoon our speak "
pas on "Some Great Devotion.
mouth of God.
system; J tor was the guest speaker for thPastor's e
The Holy Spirit guided us intoa
Aid meeting which
Get well'Blue held at Friendship Baptist was I I TRINITY WESLEYAN day of service of the Lord. The NEED MONEY?
our' \ Church. Subject: "The Black day begun with Sunday School. ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
Marlon Dealer Horse." Text found In Revels I Rev. George E. Johnson, pastor We enjoyed a wonderful lesson Then Hurry to.The'
and oper tion 65.: Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter that was both inspirational and. N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr.
j pray for the. Salivation is Here For You" Sunday School .?.?._.._ 9 tun. constructive. Our Sunday School! Phone FR 9.U24MASSES Jamaica Candle Shop
Morning worship ._......... 11:00 is growing rapidly. Let us continue : -II
Mrs. Louie was the subject of the YPE Band.; Young People's Meeting ?.N 5 pjn to keep the faith and hold the Daily __...._.MM...._..-.._ 8 ajn At 6664 N.W. Ism Ave.
the Text found Isaiah 62:10-12.(
School : After banner high for Christ. Sunday........... 7 am. & 8:30 am
cation at Be' the lesson there was a very nice.I I Where hundreds
. I The morning message was delivered are being help
lSe, Is Intel program. Remarks followed by GRACE PRESBYTERIAN by the pastor with vigor weekly from the Jamaica- Bless
under the guy) Mother James. I I and enthusiasm. His text St Matthew AME Zion 011 and the Mystery dream let
Grant as herFelldtationl The evening devotional service; Rev. James Culmer, pastor was
was conducted by Bro. B. Edward I Eddie Edwards, clerk taken from Matthew 4:4: "Be The 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. JAMAICA SAM; Prop.

!. Many ''testimonies were I Sunday School ............... 940; ajn.vlorning furnished Man With a Plan. Music was Rev. A. H. Ferguson pastor Come write or Call
the
cafeteria mat told. The message for the evening by number two Sunday School ....._....... 9:45 ajn. PL 8-1354 Today
worship .......?_.?_ 11:00: choir. Number two usher board
Mingo.marriage She subject was delivered"Be Strong by Mother in The James Lord." Westminister Fellowship ,.? 6 pjn. was in charge of the service.: I I Morning Worship __...... 11 ajn ir

:; Text found: Ephcsians 61013.( The spirit ol the 'iU is flying I I Evening worship ____ 7JO pjn. --
Mrs. Dor .(' NEW BETHEL BAPTIST high.; Join us and make this a
school nurse}! '. ; FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. bigger and better BTU.A .
rents last M. < I". 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. soul stirring message was
at the P1\\ met .. C. J. Burney, :pastor Rev. G. Jones, pastor presented in the afternoon by the
Bunche The Scho "I ':' Claudia Wilson reporter Sunday School ......_ 945: a.m pastor. Music was furnished by JAMES'
t. Park) : Morning worship ,.....?........_ 11:00 the number one choir. Usher. '
This Informal. I I'o ; We were blessed to enjoy another Evening worship ..............- 7.30: performed their duties.
,I lowed by act ,. Sunday filled with the I*I The Men's Day drive will reach 5 & lOc STORE :
1 period. ,, spirit beginning !with our Sunday its peak on Sunday afternoon. We

:fI'L MosdamesTB jBh. I,'" the School.day The was filled devotion with throughout the spirit ""SOME GREAT DEVOTION" are and asking visitors all who members wish well friends, 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 39481"Easter "
in
us
Barnes Sermon
by
'
Alain I'' ,'! followed by a message delivered I this drive to a
and
.Rev. come out witness
Wret Glenn O. CanfUld
'i
Newbold ,
.: by our pastor both and
; Johnson attend '; evening. The morning morning text St. I Sunday Service .................. 11:00 this very fine occasion. Is Near-April 6-Lay Away' Now!"' ''
conference Iwj Matthew 8:3 theme Church School .._._._.?...._ 10:30 Visitors and friends you are
"The Touch I
/ Palatlca during ', of The Master's Hand." he even FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH cordially: welcome< to attend all Easter filled Baskets .50.2.50 Boys Socks pal".2t

27-ffltarch 1. !iM ing text was from St John 3:14: Dixie Hwy. at 8.W. 29th Read and of our keep services. May God bless I Euter Dresses N- 1.98.Ua Boys LonG Pants, pair 1.oc
bold 1s our dT. I "Only a Look. Both messages you. Bouffant Slips u. 1.at Boys Shirts __ 1.8S

deaf II ,""; were delivered with much power. Easter Hats -..'__ 1.4t Boys Hats 1.1C
Plan nofwfto I.''t The spirit of the Lord was highly J: Hat d. Bag Set 2.25 Boys suits, Z pp 1.0; t
! aua 1 operetta "; felt. The No. two choir rendered J. B. SMITH Pocketbooks __ .4S Bow TI.. _' ea..3' .1
M olly ; music for the morning. The No. WARNERHINES. M't Socks .?.....N.N_ pair .29 Baby
be-r Diaper Sets
'\ of this yean :;,, one choir rendered music for the ELECTRICSERVICE Inc. "' RIbbon "'-'......? yard .oS Baby Shoes _'._. .8'!
The No. 3 A'
usher
evening. board
Cotton
little Elva Painting and Dresses 1.00
)
Evan J Baby Bonnets
1 O
of the
in charge
day's
was ser Panties _
as Molly. WaterprooflngContractors pair .2S
mA. Baby D..n' .
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_
vices.: We were grateful to havo .8
A JT. Bro k .. ,
friends and visitors Electrical Contractor
Delorese 1.1., our many Licensed and .
HK: present throughout the day We 'Insured by City 5 ,
, ,\ Mont them to know that they HOUSEW1RING and County '. : "KEYS MADE WHILE YOU WAIT"'
were and are always welcome in "Don't CUM Call us" HISS NW 69th St. ',; Simplicity Patterns
our midst. So come again. \ Money Orders Sold
Free Estimates Every Day
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PHONE NE 5-3053 ... I Mon.
Thru
-- Call ny hour yj FrU 7:45: a.m to 70 nv-S.t.. Mil.
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STATUS QUOBy THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples Newspaper" "

William Henry Huff SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1958 PAGE 11'

That ugly thing called status quo
; Insists that we shall plough and "

kYte hoe ................
And at the same time eat the
a.w i %ti'Z crumbs I u.t,6d I ,II
That bombs.fall from tables, like the j

We want no more of status quo; I ./ ')
In fact, the hellish thing must go : \

We work eat of course, and we shall nod :\, ';"..

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Like others wholesome bread and
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t:: ,,;1: '

meat. ==> "" ..'.;; 'J r, r."",: t.i. t.
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w York NY F. A.ddy" and John B. Lane right, building OBSERVEDDaytona / IJ
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LanJcford, still enjoyingand manager: for the company'shome I muc 1
performing a, full time office at 315 4th ave. Lank- Beach The Com- r'r'i r'i i
enthusiastically as a man half ford is custodian of the 10th floorof mission on higher education of
j age-recently received con- Remington Rand's headquarters the Florida Conference of the
ulations from colleagues at where Univac and other Methodist Church, designated f4doe
[ Remington Rand Co. on his meetings are held. Born in St. Sunday, March 23, as Bethune- i 1i ,
birthday. I Joseph, Mo, Lankford was a Cookman College Day, to be observed -
a n ''to It o r d and his wife, railroad employee until his retirement in the Methodist Churchesof i I I,
fly, are shown at a luncheon in 1946 when he 'Joined the Florida Conference.Rev. .
his honor at the Madison I the Remington Rand organization.He i f
S. Marion Weeks chair-
are Hotel with Mrs. Dorothy ,
jHannigan, left, director ofi I resides at 601 East 167th St., man of the Conference Commission I
vac and Tabulating seminars, New York on higher education, states
I
that the General Conference in i iI

annual session, in Minneapolis, I i
Minnesota, designated that the I
emphasis for this quadrennial i I

I The Lines would be on strengthening the I '8k 14 ., ,
etween local higher church education and institutions Bethune-of : )

Cookman College is a Methodist
related college, and one of the .sch
JPRE88IONISM IN THE four colleges in the Atlantic Coast q '
area under the direction of Bish- C henleq
j )UTH dp J. W. E. Bowen, resident ,.
The rise and fall of the nationsone bishop of the Atlantic Coast area, '
I of the tragic facts of hiss Atlanta, Ga. Bishop Bowen ask- P -
ry. When nations are struggling ed that this day be observed by <
s j Jr survival they can evince sur- acquainting the various congregations -
val qualities in most surprising with the work of the college -
ays; but once they grow rich and have an offering taken .
I effects those stern survival apd forwarded directly to Dr.
: illties displayed in the struggle I Richard V. Moore, president of
, ward seem to disappear among Bethune-Cookman College. lIe
nations national set states that each church will receive -
ic as decay
;
credit toward its $1.00 per
I
, member for Higher Education,
Every great nation once had its : and 30 cents for Wesleyan Foun- Ii
I niggle for survival and history __ dation. A financial report of offerings -
- replete with the records of received will be made by i
- latlom that lost their struggle President Moore at the Florida
I Dean Gordon B. Hancock l'1
c ualities in times of prosperity Annual Conference in its annual 1.......................,........................................ < ..It"
t high living. Every fallen na- I session at Tyre Temple in Tam- BlENDED WHISKY,86 PROOf 65%GRAIN
- lon had its beginning NEUTRAL SPIRITS JCHENUY OlST.,N.Y.C.
Ion had its besetting sin which gradations of segregation. Who
- pa.MEMBERSHIP
I would be satisfied in
. Jcstroped it in the end. The betting 1 that degrades one and a despises society OF .r
sin of and
our great
one in one's degradation?
ighty nation is race prejudice NAACP DROPSI
I And so he curren attempt to STRENGTH
SERVICE
I Just as surely as imperialism IN SOUTHERN SECURITY
the
suppress aspiring Negroes has
., Destroyed Rome and the British
no approbation of Negroes themselves
- prejudice pire, Just threatening so surely to destroy is race like. The second-class Negro who citizenship pretendsto is- STATES Central Life Insurance Co.

t. ie United Slates of America and either simple or deceitful. Grccnsoro, N. C. (ANP) -
Consign us to the scrap-heap of Legislation, investigations and
alien nations. The current revolt I Your Friendly Company
The anti-NAACP legislation I II legal pressures by Southern
gainst law and order as is beg I that claimed so much of the attention states as well as intimidation and
evidenced by the heckling of the legislatures of the violence by anti-civil rights *
|ind. abuse of the Supreme Court South is a part of the suppression forces, such as the White Citizens
just a straw in the wind which movement currently sweeping the Council, brought about a drop in Offering i
ams of gloomy forebodings. Southern region. The unfounded membership in the NAACP during ,
I claim that the NAACP Is com 1957, Mrs. Ruby Hurley 20 Year Payment Life and i Educational Endowment
tejudice The current cannot rampage be identified of race by! munist has a large hearing. ported.outhern regional secretary re- Endowment at Age 65 at Age 18

any section of the country. Negro Why under high heavens the Paid-up Life & 20 Year Endowment
haling whites have disersed into] FBI has overlooked the subversive Addressing. the sixth annual Endowment at Age 65 15 Year Endowment
he uttermost parts of the earth. ,I activities of the NAACP and regional NAACP conference here
ret in the deep South can be i nothing of this subversion was last week, Mrs. Hurley stated that Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life
card the voice of reason that heard until the Supreme Court's the organization. suffered lossesin Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life
.vould persuade the nation and decision that segregation in the all Southern states except
Ihe South to substitute public schools was Illegal? I North Carolina, where she claims I Health Hospitalization 20 Payment Life
pood for race prejudice. brother-I the Ku Klux Klan Is breathingfor
ent clamor to supress I If the Negrophobes have their its life. There were notable Home Office
?oes and the cause nuking for I way the NAACP will be killed losses, she said in Florida, Geor.
eir fiM-class citizenship is byo and buried beyond hopes of a gia, South Carolina and Tennessee. 1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
means unanimous. resurrection; but as Roy Wilkins She charged "Mississippi
I I has recently pointed out: that kill branches continued under the Branch Off ices t
There are louder and more In- ing the NAACP will not stem the hammer of fear generated by the BRADBNTON OCALA
intent voice crying for the Nero's freedom movement. I White Citizens Councils, aided and
dellverence. There are I r abetted by the State Sovereignty DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO \
It the Victor Hugo who ,
was
outherners in Georgia who 1 Commission.Mrs. FT. LAUDERDALI PANAMA CITY
said that "nothing is powerful
.-ould let the Negro go before so Hurley made the disclosure FT. PIERCE PENSACOLAJACKSONVILLE
errible moral plagues be loosed I I I as an idea whose time has come. as he Issued, on behalf of the ST. PETERSBURG
The idea freedom is here to
of
pon the unhappy Southland. I I NAACP, a new call for ;governmental
and no amount of LAKELAND
stay suppression TALLAHASSEE
to halt violation of
action
There is currently a great suppression [,I can destrop tt.I the rights of citizens. WilT PALM BEACH
movement afoot in thepouth. There is In the Idea that
It Is directed at the Negroes I I will outlast power luppresslonism of the THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOW
who would throw citizen-off the I I passing moment. Just as Negroesand Drive Carefully! I!
hackles of second-class
I the NAACP are definite objects
hip* The Nt'g1'o phobcs would
of the suppressionists so is
slead the country and the worldto the labor unionist in the South.
believing that a large Kg-
ent of the Negro population is The tragedy is not what will
Perfectly (satisfied with their sub- happen to the Negroes and the .i 21 SUCCESS g.aJuC HAPPINESS X13

pitlzen status in the South. NAACP and the labor unions, but Tfc* N *k f U'
what will happen to our nation TELLS YOUR NAME'
The Negroes of the present day I' under the sway of suppression tt./ TSOflS . w..
uth are no more satisfied with ists. Is our democracy going by T.k.14 DM M DooL.o tor Bfcj Ptol. wl
elr segregated lot than weree default AppwMwd.-Pho. t*a 1, -rS www
slaves who longed and pray- I a.ti a.wr.w UC OM4 1
d tor freedom Reuter in his The -. -...-- -- 8 SUM and by
nerlcan Race Problem points Z
-I that there was a Negro re- KEEP HAIR FROM PROFESSOR HOMES A rnie Ne&aa, eowqZatsa
cllion among the slaves on the : True'.dvlce laVes many dollars and untold worry. Before making any change, consult
verage of once every nine years. GOING BACK 022 _..na _..a..+..rop .._ .->jt =....-=.I P Og jj of life, such ai love, couruhlp marriage and rettorlng lost afwcdona. Advice oe aU
..,.,_
.. ..
:..
I There is no truth In the aslertion .n.... UP"""" .,_.=. .. .... J/j money marten. No problem la roo difficult for mew tolve. I'll tell you your name la
of those who would maket M.Ya.... .p...r.TwW uu..,..Mrf' -a..-.M..... full sad give name, dares and facts about your problem VUlt me today la tomorrow J
appear that Negroes were .a'---- be too late Doot thru fife 111 show ibe to Your
success
: w ..ro..a. ..,M..SSu1ait. .aa.* arrsus may go unhappy you way.
pppy In their slavery. Neither sIhere ..-to r. .. .. cnaa greatest with CIO be realised 111 five you<< you Lady Number and.Ueiy Days. All

w the truth Nero-fl In>hobes the current that Negroes claims : 13 .} readme/confidential JIIS,, N. W. 62nd STREET. MIAMI j 7;
the
re perfectly satisfied with
-" Who .ElUft.
lations of segregation. ..... .
oukt, be satisfied with the oe-


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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples Newspaper"PAGE ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. NEW MT. CALVARY 930 ?

O. W. Foster, pastorA. Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor
12 \ SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1958 L. Johnson, reorterIn Edna E. Thompson reporter

unity Sunday School was I Sunday School was opened at -

I I'' called to order at 9:30 am. by the the usual hour with Sister Edna

"'. superintendent. The title of the Thompson acting superintendent.Our ) .
., .,' "The Church and faithful and loving superintendent -
lesson
was,
: is not feeling well. We
< Community The devotional Evangelism service, was I I all wish him well. Bro. Davis
k
,f '
spiritually high throughout the taught the adult and Intermediate

: k day. At the morning service the classes Sunday School was
du ; number two ushers and Junior enjoyed by all. Morning prayer
dalejj :' choir served. Pastor Foster delivered service was conducted by Dea-
Ii Larid and Slaughter. Prayer -
': a soul-stirring sermon, cons
eii V comparing our lives with that of service was enjoyed to the
AS
I 1 and
Usher board No.
Naaman the lepper as he told us highest.!
to go and wash. The text was the senior choir rendered service

deny '" taken from 2 Kings 5:10.: for the day.
Rev, A. M. Griffin Good Readingfor
and At 3 pjn. The morning message was delivered -
sc'h preached another wonderful sermon by the Rev. Greene subject -
the Deacons' Board cele- theWhole
as "A Lost Christ."
brated its third anniversary.
SchtheU. The evening worship at 7 had Evening prayer service was Family
1 -- .mw '...-- Shiloh's No. 2 ushers' board and really enjoyed and our loving

ful ) uniformed. choir No. 1 serving, as Pastor pastor delivered the message
be
CALVARY BAPTISTRev. :to properly
MT.
his soul which was very. touching.
of
tier The Junior usher board is still Griffin preached out
toBti E. M. Thomas, pastor looking forward to the third Sun. on the subject, "Striving for On the sick list we have Sisters News Facts
Oretha Holder, reporter lay in April. Higher; Heights," taken from Williams and Holland. Please let

tinge Services at the usual time this Revelation 1:1.: us visit the sick.
lastLc "0 give thanks unto the Lord, Sunday with the Junior usher Tuesday evening we had as\ Features

truehguisht for he Is good and Ills mercy board and the No. two choir in I guests Rev E. P. Hines and Rev. Family

endureth forever," charge. H. G. Coleman, both of Cleveland --r..-
--
The service at our church be- 'Let us visit with our sick: Sis. Ohio. They rendered servicein ----oVk*>eo Monitor
C gan Viola Kellon and Cora Mitchellin St.. IoItOft 'S. M0*
SheBethe School which was of. large attendance Lantana hospital. Sis. Sarahlyn offered fervent prayer and Rev One Norwoy s

HamnLawy Tilknan, M. McNeil, Mary Lowe, Colemlan preached an inspiring TOOTHACME fend your InehwwJ rrwAooswsr find my ...VT11hwMd w
I :An inspiring devotional servicewas Myrah Brown and Bro. Mose sermon that was enjoyed by all. fit C
conducted by the deacons. and Mrs. Coleman are order. par
Perrin. | Rev. B5 1 Ihonltll S4.50 D
Antoii t9 D
delivered the morning their daughter and son-
visiting
The pastor We always welcome visitors to,
CynthlEdgarJ message: "Make' a Joyful Noise worship with us.TRIUMPH. I in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert

j Unto the Lord." Jones in Opa Looks and Rev *>, -, Horns
qulta | I At 530: BTU was held with CHURCH Hines is stopping with friends.ST .

Scho Bro. D. Smith in charge. Duringthe I ? ,,. ,.".. *.......Y.

,more! program Sis. L. Brown con Prince David Williams, pastor JAMES A.M.E. OrM-JIL "

1 ducted a panel discussion on Sister Ethel Cooper, reporter I .......
rte
''DistilKatrl Juvenile Delinquency. All parents -n,'. A. Joseph Reidick. pastor UJ --.
present gained something from "The Church And Their Com. Mrs.: C. w' Brooks, reporter
,
wards,I the discussion. I munity Evangelism was the subject St. -
Sunday at
James, Sunday night another inspiring of our very beautiful lessonon Services on last and I
Lester, devotional period was held. The Sunday past. We were glad to James were most inspiring
Phee friends out with ,challenging./ The pastor preached)
night's message was delivered by have so many OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
ROUfdttStyles Rev. Chalk, found in St. Luke us. Let us find out what "Evan I from the theme: "The mission of
1 188 subject "Thou Son of David gelism" means. Evangelism is Jesus," to the delight of all hear I,
WilliamsBUNC: something that happens when one ers. Bro. Theodore Roddy broughtthe SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
Have Mercy.
life touches another. It is not I sermon for the evening wor-
let us remem-
In READER
our !prayers PSYCHIC
member
: ber the side, and those in need. confined to a few grand occasions ship. Accepted into full r
Miss
And remember visitors are always where very large crowds are gath* I ship on last Sunday was .

Tn kee acknowledged at our cd together, but much more in Wilhelmina Minnis.
and the The pastor will deliver the message :!- ,
clell, COniplaced ; church. the quiet testimony
worthy example set by faithful l I during the 11 a.m. worship

Spelling"thronghot BETHANY S. D. A. Christians during their dally period from the theme "The Truth j I
walk. Shall Make You Free," and at the

month '' Elder C.; B. Rock, pastor I 7 pan. worship period he will
nated asf The YPE Band topic was "Sal- .(preach from the theme "Go to
reporterOn
Mrs. Evelyn Tynes,
picture vatlon is Here For You" and it Bethel. The pastor is expectedto

boards ", Saturday, March' 15, began was wonderfully opened by Mary (be at his best. 1
themes o the Spring Week of Prayer for C. Murray. Our new president All committee members are requested ,
Speling. the young people of BethanyS. Sis C. Lee is doing a nice Job. to meet Monday night at

D. A. Church. It began with Devotional services were excep- 7:30: p.m. at the parish hall. \
,Monday.. the topic "I Live" with pastor tional. Our two speakers for the
mediate s" night were Rev. Baker and Rev.C. The atmosphere around St.
Fred Parker as guest speaker. I i '+V
held at Id' Pastor Parker emphasized the Stevens. Closing remarks were James is filled with hustle and r

torium. Tt'mete fact that God is calling for young made by Rev. C. Thomas Saints.et bustle as the women prepare for
J'' men and women who will not be us bear in mind that first their day April 20. Mrs. Esther
quarterly meeting is now goingon Scott chairman and leading the
bought or .sold, but who will determine
n allstsngwll at Triumph No. 1 located at Queen of the Court of Gardenias,
to live eternally with Let my year of Experience guide and protect you through LIT
od the 27t Christ. Each night the topics for 1752 NW 1st court with Bishop' who is challenging her cochairman -
M a Lighthouse guide the ship In a storm
honors is Mrs.
against intarj. discussion are Just as intriguing. R. C. Glanton presiding. I hope I for highest
i to see there Sunday.Today's Ida M. Wright, who is at the
The public is always invited to you WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
helm of the Court of Roses. It
thought: "Be strong
Mrs. Lola', being attend held those at services.Bethany They Academy are, and of good courage, be not afraid will be interesting to observe as For Success in Business And Love

her fifth giteeivlng \ corner of NW 25th ave. and 50th neither be, thou dismayed. For time goes by which of the courts CONSULT HER -
: cot)" thee will ,penetrate the atmospherewith
St. the Lord thy God is with -
very infont, whether soever thou goest." the most fragrance. You can now have your home made happy
embly prO; Recently, Bethany celebratedits I The committee supporting Sis. 111 Get and! Hold the position you to long wanted

Thursday ir,. annual Woman's Day. Well, NEW MT. MOK1AH Scott and Wright are: Steering: Ill Don't Stay In the rut get out now
to
titled "A here's your opportunity see Mrs. Bessie Smith Gertrude
,
was a VI what the men of Bethany can do. Rev. A. L. Shlpp pastor Smith, Classic Porter, Martha 0 By the help of God she can help you \

classes With your cooperation the men Doris L. Hayes reporterWe "T'."holson, Mary Smiley, Rachel
System" {j'l'' are planning to do great things. Chance and Inez Anderson. Remove evil Influence, if you are tick, worried or in
: The date for the end of the Men's cordially invite our visitors I troubleIt

Get well!V' Day rally will be announced to worship with us in all of our ,Finance: Mrs. Sadie Dean,
Blue, our h j later. However, on Easter Mon services La ha Allen, Henrietta Rodgers, will pay you to call and MO this Gifted Medium First' '

Marion Deac' April 7 1958 the men are Our School classes are Thelma Turner, Lugusta Colson, '
; day, Sunday Where thousands come yearly for help. and advice, you too can 1
er and open?; planning a carnival which will growing\ with a large interesting Cleora W Brooks Sarah Mobley, \
this
bo touched
Pray for thel! indeed be a big affair. There will attendance Topic "The Church and C. M. Pearsall. by strange mysterious powerWHY I

I; be rides for the kiddies and and Community Evangelism" Music: Mrs. M. Ambrose, GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
Mrs. Louise'the
-" of other entertaining Juanita Kelly, Nellie R. Williams,
plenty God who delivered Moses and the children
School devotion spiri- tamo of Israel
t' Morning was
<< !
,
things for both adults and child- M. Reynolds, B. North and Gloria
cation at Bet' ren. The carnival will be held on tually received. Rev. Shipp delivered Ferguson. of old lo I still alive today and will open a way for you throughthe

under le&e, Is inter, the .rounds of Bethany Academy. an Inspirational message.from Publicity: Mrs. C. W. Brooks, troubled seas of "f,. Let not him that .Is blind lead you or
the gul Don't fail to attend this carnival. This message was prepared Sandra Herring Alice Lewis you stumble with him.
Grant as her, Matthew 5:16: "A New Man in
There will be a free Easter egg Grace Murphy Bloneva Manual.
:t ; Choir No. 2 and
Felicitation hunt. We're counting on your :a New World. at their Decoration: Mrs. Edna Hep- Do you doubt the existence of thing because you cannot ...
I usher board No. 1 were
I I I burn Louise Woods
cafeteria man presence) Lottie Williams thorn
y
: Gwen Green, C. Peterson, '
marriage. Sloe best.At ; What do you think of the Invisible waves and sounds that make '
I
E. Barr and Rose Anderson.
Mingo NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. choir
3 the junior sponsored -
p.m.
I musical and Souvenir program: Mrs. Grace Wireless' Telephone, Radio and Television possible

.Mrs.! Dor t', J. E. Brawn, pastorA. wishes a to thank all program participantswho Teamer, Willie H. Jamison, Edith A seed before it sprouts, lie* concealed, secret, silent 'In the dark

school nurse' L, Stephens, reporter cooperated along these lines. Coverson, Beatrice Gladden, earth or womb of Nature. THERE 18. AN "UNSEEN POWER"
rents last Mo Clara L. Reddick, Margaret Reynolds
worship service was
Bro. J. D Evening ,
The superintendent,
the PTA meet Sunday School at filled with the Holy Spirit. Choiro. Sarah Mobley, Cleo S. Therefore, acquaint 'IOU r- 'iI"" I

of The Schoc the Brown usual began time and the attendancewas 1 sang, usher board No. 2 Moore, Helen Blossom, Anette self with the one who Is an '4 ;Li 4 a
Bunche Park' McNeal, Edith S. Robinson Inez f'' ,
This very good. served. Rev. Swain delivered a authority. Whose private .
informal] Anderson '
lowed by a The Rev. Father Lang deliveredthe wonderful sermon. The Holy I and Lucille Chavis. consultation will evolve you t )

period. ji 11 o'clock message, and the Ghost was busy reviving souls. to a higher state of mind. i
No. 1 choir along with the No 1

asdames Eti usher board was in charge. TEMPLE: : BAPTISTRev. For Prompt, Efficient All Information is i .;

Barnes, Alan Sunday afternoon the No. 2 service
L. A. Thompson, pastor
garet Ncwbold choir celebrated their anniversary Phone PL 4.4909RUDY'S Strictly Confidential ; 'c ; .
Johnson atteDCLconference which was a great successto The women are sponsoring a ".

,,wb the tune of $800. They wish to supper at the church every Friday TV Office Hours: g a.m.-8 pjn.
Palatlra durlntfl27tarch all of the choirs and at 7. 1\\. t
thank groups evening, beginning:
andRADIO Sunday:; 10 am. to 1 p.m.
l.SMr that appeared on their program. Friends are invited. 'm

bold is ourf ;We wish to pin a bouquet of The usual services will be on REPAIRGuaranteed Don't Write-Call In Person.' ; r

dent. !flowers on Bro. Henry Jefferson, Sunday. The Missionary Society, "f:,' \

Plan n to the president, and his eo-workets. Mrs. Agnes Burroughs, president, Service DAILY READING $1.00 UP

nual operetta M The mistress of ceremony, Sis. will give a tea at the home of Pick and Deliver ..
!G. "Molly bFj AJbertha Perrin did a wonderful Mrs. Susan Hepburn 2057 NW up 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

of this' ,ycft]' Job for the occasion. 5th place at 4 pan. 9 a.m.-to 10i30 p.m.
little Elva News of interest: The Pastor The choirs are getting into MADAM HUNTER
Bvan! 6801 N. W. 15th Ave.
Easter music
good shape with the :
U asks that the entire congregation
_
MAF.B accompany him Sunday afternoon but all choristers are urged to 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami
to Homestead immediatelyafter attend rehearsals so that there
will be no "silent singers" in the
the 11 o'docworship. asked, Drive Carefully!
t choirs and all ushers are number.




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I I The Detroit Tigers finished in Wednesday night, April 16 of the 1958 International League !
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY fourth place in the American against the Rochester Red Wings season on sale daily at Miami '
League last season some 20 Tickets for all remaining Dod-
games behind the New York ger games and the opening game Stadium from 9 am. to 6 p.m. ,
Yankees tout if spirit can win
TOMMY SANDS many ball games this year, the i
= = Stengel-ites, will have more than THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" t
LILI GENTLE GYP the Chicago White Sox to contend ,
with in '58.
Manager Jack Tighe of the SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1958 PAGE 13 a
Tigers says that Billy Martin has 4a 4
instilled new life into the Tigers
. a fighting life that will scrap
SO&EDMOND k for every ball game. Billy has a Robinson Basilio
personal bit of revenge in mind Fight j
r .' . cause he was dealt away .
O'BRIEN from the Yankees to the lowly
Kansas. City A's after that renowned :
night club party and Tuesday at Capitol j
Billy is more than anxious to be .
the spark plug to ignite a fire
AMBUSHArf3cIJpzqRRoJY : under the Tigers to up-end the Interest is reaching feverish I'
Yanks. pitch in the Robinson.Basilio re.
._ The Tigers also have the vet- -- --...-- turn middleweight championship
eran Harry Byrd ready to start match which comes off on Tuesday -
and he might be the sleeper to Broward March 25.
PASS ,SCOTT BRADY I help the Tigers in their drive to I This fight will 'be shown on
.IICWIWI-? un-seat the Yankees as pennant big screen (theatre). television at
..w nrr III_.ww It cos er.... i winners this year. County the Capitol Theatre.As .
.. .. wpa The Tigers unveiled their 1958 Newsby I in the past, all home TV
edition at Miami Stadium Thurs 4 sets will be blacked out. Your
day night against the Los Ange- only opportunity to see the fight
.es Dodgers. The Dodgers play the the very second it happens will
Tigers again Friday night. be at the Capitol Theatre
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY The New York Yankees will Walter Bow : Admission price: $3.50 plus tax.
follow the Tigers into Miami ._.. I There will be a screen chow before
Stadium for a night game on Sat -" and after the fight at no
urday night and a day game on com-I additional cost.
.1 Sunday afternoon at 2:30: pm. The C. W II. Chamber of Tickets are now on sale at the
The Yankee-Dodger cedes will merce meets at the home Ace, Bunche Capitol and Rita
Albfble Days, 3905 SW 28th It., is
conclude the spring exhibition Theatres. It suggested that you
,
baseball season for Miami Stadium Hallandale on Monday evening get your tickets now as seating
this season. The Miami March 24. All members are asked will be limited to the capacity of
TECNNIOOL. K r Marlins will open the International to be present. I the theatre.Spotmans.
IICIM'NRnrrm. ...
"""-J League season here
on
The Starlight Lodge No. 542
DYNAMITEf I will meet at the Masonic Templeon Five
AND
SILK, FLESH Pembroke Road Friday night, Wins Gold Ball
March 21, 8 p.m. All membersare
OOJIA AIR-CONDITIONED asked to be present. Clarence Tourney
.. Johnson, W. M.
I Roosevelt Carson scored 29
i ) CAPITOL All members are asked to at- points Tuesday night a!* :1'ots.
.IEI tend the meeting of Starlight mans defeated Dan's 70-84, in the
8AT. MIDNIGHT Commandary Sunday March 23, finals of the Gold Ball basketball
8UN., MON., TUE8. at the Masonic Temple on Pembroke tournament at Booker T. Wash-
{ MARCH 23 24 25 Road. ington High' gymnasium.
YMCA Hawks whipped Grand
JOAN CRAWFORD Seaman Clarence Johnson was Avenue Park 55-42, in the junior
"THE SECRET' OF recently discharged from the division tinals. Dixie Park beat
ESTHER COSTELLO"The Navy. He1 to the son of Mr. and Celtics, 51-33, in the consolation
ncaat, Mrs. Clarence Johnson game.There .
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People IN MEMORIAMIn REWARD1\1
Newpaper"I I I
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SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1958 sad but loving memory of anyone around the vicinity of
brief case
-iI our beloved husband and brother, Dorsey Junior HUfih School buildJM -

t --11M .."7.b)., __ or campus, kindly Rahming bring ame-at
to Mrs. Clementina
room 24 at the school. A rewardis
p.{
" : CARDS MEMORIALSIN offered.


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MISS
MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn DON'T

% '' 'vywf3 THE 6TH ANNUALCALENDAR
duo FOR SALEDishes
sad but loving memory of loving memory of our dear
leI, CYRIL BAPTISTS SR. father and brother TEAOF
] ,0'J' who departed this life March 20, glassware, pots and
1954. pans. Cheap. Call FR 1-5867 THE

"The soul that to Jesus hath fled Sat. or Sun., only). DADE COUNTY YOUNG
for repose;
den title 1 I will not, I will not desert to his V f''a' 2-BEDROOM CBS home. Price DEMOCRATIC ASS'N

and foes; .. > J12.500; $1,500 down, $84.90 per
9cboSrh, The soul though all hell shall .;,3 vc4k month. 1485 NW 57th street. Sun., April 13-4 p.m.CLUB .
i ifu.1 endeavor' ) to shake AT
I'll never, no never, no never for I FURNISHED (HOUSE.' 1481 NW 535
ij sake." 55th terrace. 6 rooms and bath.

their j Cyril Batiste Jr, son 44)t Very nicely furnished. Shawn by Sir John Hotel

a Alexander S. Baptiste, 'son appointment only. Call PLaza

t1c_r.. \ Arnon Baptlstson 36176.
Bernadette M. Baptiste,
toothtingul daughter _.__ HOME. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, new
Elsie Mae Baptiste, wife w m- and landscaped Call Mr. Williamson NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS

lastkf REV, J. C. JOHNSON FR 1-0989. NAME LAW

trueljgulshi CARD OF THANKSThe 1r who departed this life March 20, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
lot for sale. Lo-
LOT Corner
v 7LA. that the undersigned, desiring to-
Cod ,I 1947.May he rest in peace and light cated at NW 152nd ave. and engage in business under the fic-
Short St., in Perrine. Cash or
perpetual shine upon him. titious name of SLICK CHICK.,
'
She ,, vHamm (, Mrs. Marion Johnson, wife terms. Apply FORD, 1421 NW 6th it 1033 NW Third Ave., In the
Bethej
1\ r The Johnson Family I ave, Miami. City of Miami, Florida, intendsto

LawyiAntoir l w"' ,..y"I*6 register the said name with
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court of

OyntJt ...............n.Aw n1Nw..WWnMe.h.N.AV6MMi: .. 1956 BUICK Roadmaster, Dade County, Florida.
: DEATHS Dated at Miami Florida this
Edgar ;) I BERTRAM NOTTAGE I ,
quita all mounted tire first day of March, 1958.
who departed this life March 23, power, on
Lionel Fahrer and
Scho) s7I 1938.
Ralph fc Though the intervening years HENRY EDGECOMBE Joe Gutnick
I rear extension perfect con Owners
more J have, left their traces of many Last Sunday Henry Edgecombe M21VALUE
IDistltKatrll others whom God has taken, of Fort Lauderdale died at his
Bertram Nottage shall always be home, 443 NW 4th ave. dition. Private owner. Term ,
wards, remcanbered among ,his family I Mr. Edgecombe was'a'native of VALUE -

James, I nN SS ,T9,+ tlt I b' and friends as one who was'call the (Bahamas who came to Florida can be arranged. Call JE Cash
Lester, 'I I ; s ed in the prime of life, but who I many years ago. He was a well $755
Phee, gave of his best while on earth. I. known and respected citizen. I Nicely landscaped 2-bedroom
Roundtn l Ora Lee Haywood, daughter Mr.. Edgecombe served as a 86676. CBS. One mortgage payment,
Styles I Lillian Clark, sister layreader In St. Christopher's $79.00 month. Near everything
:WUUamslDUNC i (Maggie Ferguson, sister .Church, Ft. Lauderdale for a Check this.
I Thomas, Amos, Joshua, I number of years.
; George Nottage, brothers Surviving Bertron and
are a son, FOR RENT NEAR 57th STREET
other relatives.
In kee'' ; IN MEMORIAMIn Funeral services were held Fri- EFFICIENCY APT, Furnished 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths

cles, cone!| > day 9 a.m., the Rev. James Hall: with modem conveniences. Near Beautiful
(placed late John Henry Knight I CBS. Tile\ roof, hardwood -
Spelling"". a, Departed February 28, 1958 loving memory of our dearly officiating. two bus lines. Located at 3268. floors, 75x105 lot. See to
throughot' The family of the late John beloved mother, Benton Funeral Home was NW 46th ,st. Call PL 84433. day. $3,000 cash will handle
month of; Henry Knight wish to express ELLEN ALBURYwho in charge of arrangements. $16,800 beauty "
'
nated as I( their thanks and appreciation to passed away March 25, 1940. BEAUmFULLY Furnished Apt
\ j h their many friend's and relativesfor We have only your picture, dear Francis . Two telephones, only $20 per CHECK
boards their kind expressions of un mother, week. 61 SI: SW 67th'street, South THIS
themes o. derstanding and sympathy during To remember, our whole life Joe Buck Cokon of 125 NW Miami. Can be seen 1 to 6 pjn. $995 Cash
through, 10th st. expired on March 12 at Sunday Phone MO 7-7239..'
SpeUng.Monday. the Illness and passing of Mr.
J' Partly
the Jackson Memorial furnished
Knight.: But your memory will linger for- Hospital. 3-bedroom
; ever, The body was shipped Saturdayto ROOM. Private home. Phone home on corner lot near 57th st,
mediate St' The family wish special thanks I I As we treasure the image of you. Doby's Funeral Home In, PL 92496. $85 month payment. Only one-
held at 1:3: to go to the neighbors on 15th Some may think you are forgotten Douglas, Ga. Mr. Colson Is survived mortgage Hurry!
torium. Tttcomipete street for their financial contri- I I I by his mother, Mrs. Julia HELP WANTEDAvon
ISpelHng butions which were collected by I That the wound is almost healed Colson and other relatives. CALL OR VISIT
BI| Mrs. Jemmie Lee Sanders and But little do they know the pain Calling; Avon can
nalists will Mrs. Ada Thomas. Special( thanks That lies within our hearts con- I (Melrose Sanford of 10101 West Gold Coast Realty
od the 27t; also to the many friends who I cealed. : Indigo St., died March 12. Funeral now offer you an exclusive
against "R' gave floral pieces, the Richardson I The Albury Family services will be held Saturday,! 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.
tary. Mortuary and the entire con- March 22 at 1 p.m. at Kerr Memorial I territory near your home. PL 45508

k stituency of,the Mt. Olivette Bap- IN MEMORIAMIn Methodist Church in Per- Don't delay. Call FR 1-6407
Mrs. Lola tist Church of which the Rev. I. rine, Rev. Sheppard officiating
her fifth gt C. Mlckins is pastor. He is survived by a wife Merline, for appointment.
ceiving coj Mrs. Mary Knight, wife loving memory of 11 children. Interment at Paradise

very inform John Henry Knight Jr., son I ru''"'''. .'.,'\\It.: ...,,",\., Memorial Park. FOR SALE
terribly prcig; t,'"t"" t:> I The Exclusive Beauty Shop has

Thursday m CARD OF THANKS ,{ 'lilt I Mrs. Bertha Blaton of 6900 NW' opening for 3 operators. The
titled "A V j} 1,:,<0 '> ; 17th ave., apt. 10, died on March phone number has been changedto BY SUMMONS
was a culmJ :<':< 12 Jackson PL 7-9237.
at Funeral
Hospital. ind.
The family of the I I < "iI
late. ,
classes
unit 1 services were held on Wednesday
'* 1.. t3k' f' f 1 Brand new bedroom CBS
'
System a i I 1 at Triumph Holiness Church in OPERATOR WANTEDVie's home, 7577 NW 14th ave. Only
Opa Locka, Prince Martin offi $1,500 down.2bedroom.
Get well i
1 l'ri elating Beauty Shop
Blue, our 4Rrr + 938 NW 2nd Ave.
Survivors husband
) Charlie
are a -
: t CBS heme
Marion Dean I I on core
I
Phone
> tr a son, Solomon Brown three FR 9-9359
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er and ner lot, 1894 NW 55th St. Only.
open 1"i sisters, Mrs. Verna Stevens, Mrs.
i $1,295 down.2bedroom.
pray for the 1
Elizabeth Sinclaire, Mrs. Ruth M.I I PARTNER WANTEDFor

:Mrs. Louisi 5. wvk. 1 Home; 7 brothers, Phillip, Joseph, a Bakery Restaurant. Small 1 all CBS home, 145. ,
the School c I ,ft. Paul, Silence, Moses, Elijah and investment needed. Good NW 55th St. Only $1,200 down.
cation at Bet .. James Smith; his mother, Mrs. tunity. 1119 NW 3rd oppor I
Ave.
lege, Is Inter ;,, i Rosa Smith and father, Arthur FOR RENT
"
.w Smith. Interment at Lincoln Memorial ,
under the gut 10.room house fully furnish.., ,
Grant as her, S Park.Range 620 NW 7th St '
FOR SALE I
iFellcitatiQIUcafeteria FOR THESE
SPECIALS
. .
mat ss' BEAUTY two lots CALL
marriage. She Will Davis of 2124 NW' 152nd on corner !

Mingo. ? Terr., died at Jackson Hospital on desirable location, 3- J. A. SUMMONS:
March 17. following: his admissionof

,\iMrs. Dora -- -- --.. two days. For-a number of bedroom, hardwood floor, DAY OR NIGHTHI
school nursei years he was a peanut vendor in
rents last M, MRS. MATTTE PITTS and around Opa Locka and became garage, ranitories, 2901 4.2448 or HI 6-0173
the PTA me who departed this life March 18, a popular figure In t hat 3781 GRAND AVENUE
of The Sch 1954. NW 43rd terr. Lots for sale
Bunche Park'JThis May she rest in peace and light neighborhood. Miami 33, Coconut Grove, Fla..
Survivors are his widow Lilla,
Cash for
lots. Baron
your
Informar perpetual shine upon her. ,
a daughter, Ruby Smith another
lowed by a",,q The Family :. Services will be dJE 81340. '
period. 1 roBE+ SWINT on Saturday at 2 pjn, at Greater For Sale by Builder
1954 NW 6th 'Wish to
'j of ave.,
IN MEMORIAM
New Bethel Baptist Church of
''MasdamesTl 1545 N.E.
take this method to thank our 151st T rr.
Barnes, Alma friends and Qa Locka with the Rev. W. K. New N. Miami
many neighbors, Lovely Homes Beach
garet NewbQJaJohnson In sad but loving memory of Smith officiating. Burial will be
along with understanding rela- (lour d brother, I In Paradise Memorial Gardens. Open from 3>6 p.m. 2 bedroom New 3.Bedroom CBS
attenconference tives, who were so kind and dead Florida room. 2338 NW 55th Priced Right at 912,999

|"tPalatfca \\ thoughtful to us In our hours of who 'departed this life March 22, The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. 2901 N.W. 43rd Ter,. Oarage terr an, $2.600 Down
during bereavement will
27fflCarchbold Words 'could never 1905. Robert Earl Jones of 1886 NW hardwood floors. consider your clear lot am
Is express how grateful we are to Gone, but not forgotten. May 67th st, died on March 17 at Cash paid for part payment 1
you. Mr. Swint died on Friday your Iota Build
home
he Jackson Burial on let"
rest in peace and may light Hospital. services your
dent. Build
March 7 at the home of his son, on your lot or mine
1'1 Arthur. perpetual shine upon him. were conducted on March 19 at Lota for Ml Ie NO DOWN PAYMENTD&W |if|:
Lincoln Memorial .
Plan IMrs. Daisy Fulcher wife Cemetery."Rhom'ania" .
nual ' .'We would like to give a' spec Mrs. Martha Goodman, sister JE 8.1340-BARON Construction I

28. "Molly lal thanks to the neighbors of 6th (Mrs* Bessie Jones, sister
of this ,yea1 ave. and 19th st, and the Food And Family Company

little Elva Fair, Inc, for their 'donations. We B. T. W. Auditorium 405
as Molly.A. also give special thinks to the USE OUR CLASSIFIED Pacific Bldfc.,

F. EYi' Francis".Funeral Home. I USE OUR CLASSIFIED Friday. March 21t. Miami Phone.,ER' lagg: .
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Health Center in THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper1'

New LocationMrs. Good '
Morning JudgeNews SATURDAY MARCH 22, 1958 PAGE 15SouthernSoT
Susan Harris, director of
the Reactivation Health Center,
Sir John Hotel, is announcing the Miami's Municipal .Precinct Court
removal of the Center to larger JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding

quarters new mechanical as of this machines week., Four row By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer: West '

trim, belly straps, bicycle and Key City
chest pulleys as well as a Dlerk-
sen Therapeutic unit for colon I Another sensational day was on Saturday. Norman Ross, the
therapy have been added through experienced in Judge Johnson's taxi driver, told the court that By PRANCES I. PALMER
the Florida Council for the Blind. Municipal Court on Monday, Toiliver got into his cab and had
These five additional machinesare March 10 when the total numberof him to drive him on a run where .
for the further rehabilitationof cases reached a staggering 114. the meter registered $6.15. Tolli- SEABURY TO RECEIVE home, 618 Mickens Lane. Friends
Willie Coffee, blind registered Somewhat regretful was the ver had no money and expectedto HONORS FOR SERVICE wish him well again ,oon.
masseur, who is a member of case of George Williams of 1026 get the money to pay the cab There will be 'a testimonial
the Reactivation Health Center NW 69th st. who was charged fare when he arrived at his des- reception in honor at Professor Mrs. F. A. Hooper, wife of Rev
staff. with assault and battery with a tination. But when he reachedhis Chester C. Seabury for services Hooper, pastor of Cornish Memo-
Suite 118, the new location, is knife on his wife, Sally of the destination, he failed to get rendered as principal of Douglass rial AJME Zion Church, is improving .
at the northeast corner of the Sir same address. I the money. The driver took Tol. High School, tendered by the nicely at home.
John HoteL The suite has been Williams was arrested by Of- liver to the police precinct where pastor and members of Bethel
completely renovated to provide ficer M. C. Bowles on the com- he was arrested on the first AME Church and friends Mon- Mrs Lillie Roberts of 0-4 Ft.
for a better use of the space and plaint of Mrs. Williams. On the charge by Officer Willie Calhoun day, March 24 from 6:30: pan. Village is a patient at Monroe
to provide for greater privacy for basis of what Mrs. Williams told The officer said after he arrested White and Colored friends are General. Hospital.. Friends wish
the patrons. the officer' he filed the charge Tolliver he found a knife on his Invited to attend. her a speedy recovery.
The public is invited to inspect against Mrs. Williams. person hence the 'second charge. The 28 instructors will bespecial -
the new Center. The specialities of However, in .court, Mrs. Williams I I In his defense Toliver tried to guests along with the Mrs. Kamp Mrs. Isabella
the Reactivation Health Center- virtually told the court her explain to the court that he did ministers of the city. The school Thomas, Mrs. Ethel Cleare, Mrs.
heat and light therapy, whirl pool husband did not assault her witha not mean to beat the driver out band will entertain from 6JO: to Annie Knowles.
bath, colon therapy and massage knife. Judge Johnson said that of the money but he just did not 7:00 run.
will be available as well as spot it was obvious that Mrs. Wi1- have the money _and did not get A program, featuring prominent -
reducing. liams was not telling the samestory what he expected. He added that citizens of the community'
Special rates for combinationsof which she told the arrest.1 he took the knife from another will be presented. Mayor Delio
treatments will be listed In an ing officer. The Judge said he was I person, to prevent trouble. Fol- Cobo will be present, plus Principal Business Opportunity
certain that Williams and his wife i lowing a tern warning, Toliver
eary edition of the Miami Times. Roby George of Mays High
had made up and had gotten together , was fined $15 or six days on the of Goulds, Dr. G. W. Hawkins of LIQUOR LICENSEfor
on their story beforecoining first charge and $50 or 20 dayson Miami .
In And Around County Commissioner
to court. the
second. But the judge suspended -
The Bahamas or The 10 days judge in fined jail. Williams $25 both fines with the specific Gerald prominent Saunders men and and women many other and Bar &' Package Store
understanding that Toliver
choirs and choruses. Located
in
Among other cases heard and would the cab fare
pay by Saturday
Continued from page 6 disposed of were the following: of this week. If Toliver This will be a big affair as educators South Bay, Fla.
The House of Assembly met Frank Wiggins, charger with does not pay the fare he'll have be throughout the state will'
Monday with a full agenda. The carrying concealed weapon (a to pay the fines or serve 26, days here. for hustling man
talks of the members of each gun), dismissed but the matter of in jail. for hustling man
party require serious thinking, returning the gun to Wiggins Among other cases heard and Mrs. Ollie Mayo of Miami is
and in the opinion of your reporter will be decided after the judge disposed of were the1 following: In the city spending her vacation Phone PL 9-0482)
with her neices Misses )
Mevtr-
the only solution to the makes a further Investigation. -. Johnnie Sands, charged with ,
present crisis is the dissolution of Into the case. carrying concealed weapon (a ette Roberts and Mary Robertsof
the House by the Governor. The; Rosena Robinson Glover, charg knife) fined $50 or 20 days. Fort Village.
PLP! is urging that this be done,, ed with double parking and with I Jamas Thompson, charged with
and that the people be given a failing to obey the commands of assault and battery on Mamie John Gallagher, husband of Drive Carefully!
-chance to make their choice. It, an officer, fined $15 or fix dayson I Saunders fined $10 cost of courtor Mrs. Bernice Gallagher, is now at
Is now stronger than ever. the first charge, dismissed on four days. -
Randol Fawkes told the major the second. Leroy Drayton, charged with
sty party in the House that his Joe Deiridge, charged with vagrancy disorderly conduct by loitering BRIDES DISCOVER
party: (PLP) is determined to con. dismissed with warning. and with carrying concealed MODERN
Unite the fight for betterment Clarence New, charged with assault weapon (a knife), fined $55 or .f
until victory is won. and battery on Green 22 days on the two charges com- LIGHTHEARTED
Thomas, dismissed. A bench war. bined.
The Hon. Harry P. Sands, senior rant was issued for Thomas who John Ramsey, charged with being -
,member of the Bahamas Bar Association was not present at the trial. I drunk and with assault with f-
and member of the executive James Taylor, charged with knife on Willie McDonald, fined
council, died suddenlylast carrying concealed weapon (a $&5 or 34 days on the two charges
week. He was the oldest knife) fined $50 or 20 days. combined.
member of the bar. He is survived George Jackson, charged withassault I I Horace Thomas, charged, with
by hU wife, one son and a'I' and battery. with handson i beinii drunk, fined $10 or four -J- mmUKMfl
C
daughter.The Sally Jackson, fined $35 or 14

days. I days.William J. Douglas, charged with Holsum ?
Mutual Bank of the Bahamas Louis Bradley, charged with with being drunk and with va-
is successful assault with a gun on Frank fined four
operating a grancy, $10 or days on
business which is offering insur- Carter, fined $10 or four days. the first charge, which was suspended home Y
ance up to 10,000 pounds on each Byron Bradley, charged with and sentenced. to 15 YOUNG
account. O. H. Bodie is the man- interferring with ft police officer days on the second. meal
while in the performance of his Edward Armbrlster
ager. charged
duty, dismissed with warning. with disorderly conduct and with worries disappearwhen ' k
Last Sunday was Mothering Louis White, charged with dis- carrying concealed weapon, fined '
Sunday, when the Anglican children orderly conduct by loitering, dismissed $60 or 24 days on the two there's plenty;,,;, ,
in Nassau joined in a united|I with a warning. charges. Holsum Premium

service at Christ Church Cathedral -, A surprisingly small number of
in honor of the MotherSt. only 66 cases were listed for trial Quality Bread on
Agnes led with the largest, on the official docket of the day "Rhomania"
Sunday School in the Bahamas,i|I I in Judge John D. Johnson'b hand. Holsum's
over 700 children being in at- Municipal Court Monday morn- B. T. W. Auditorium 4 *
tendance. The sermon was delivered -,ling, March 17. It was the smallest flavor.appeal suits I
Friday March 21st
by Fr. Scargill, number of cases listed for a r
priest at the Cathedral. aUlstan\1 I Monday session in the court in every'occasion.
The service was several months.
Canon E. W. G. Holmes, .
I Not too unusual was the case
of St. Mary's, who also conductedthe of James Toiliver, 45, of 133 NW WHAT IS Holsuirt
Benediction in place of Canon 9th st., who was charged with ifl
M. E. Cooper, who was indUposd. failure to pay a taxi fare, and G ...uosn r jS'
The servers were from St. with carrying concealed weapona 930 ? ..v............ k
Agnes' Church. ( knife). The incident occured

The Eev. William E. Thompson '..""" .M.II11111.
preached an able sermon to a IAI.IAIMANNA1: O MOISUM WMfttD lAJUXS

large congregation at St. Agneson For Pick-up and Delivery Service on Prescriptions
Mothering or Refreshment Holsum BreadFor
Sunday. He emphasized our confidence SERVE IT WITH
in God and explained how
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THE MIAMI TIMES '"The People New.paper"I MAE'S BEAUTY SHOP Prizes 'Prizes Prizes NOTICEThe
I 1(
] PAGE 16 ,SATURDAY, MARCH 22 1958 Glamour Styles Friendliness
Court No. 3S8, M.I
2050 Service Road Gethsemane Ministerial Alliance of the
" I Opa Locka( Fla. of J., will give away three AME' Church will meet at St.
I 4 Phone MU 8-0478 to the first three women raisingthe Paul AME Church, NW 19th' st.
t INVESTORS CLUB I t wood warns that members! shouldbe A5 highest amount in the cur- nd 4th court, Monday, March
p.Jl rent contest. Business of impor
picked carefully and the num- 24, 11 ajm.
, ENDS, FIRST YEAR bers kept small. A broker shouldbe All members are asked to be tance. This is a special call meeting -
consulted on investments. And FOR SALERestaurant present Tuesday,. March 25 at 7:30 and it is necessary that all
concerned be
l of top importance, "Don't expectto prn. at Love and Charity Hall. members. and those
\ get rich overnight. Invest for It'll be a regular: meeting with 'on time. This meeting is promised
the long run." business of importance. act to hold you very long.

It's an excellent way to learn '" ,
M. Salmon, Sec'yRev.
dtit Rev II.
a. about the economic that Heroine Serena Green, MAM
system
'i Blocker, Pres.
Idea;' i is ititl4 e. makes this country tick. You can Small in size Heroine Addle Pierce, Sec'y E. M.
: .
get a personal stake in it-and
enc) 0 Big in Business
have fun in the process. .
Other members of the group o FULLY EQUIPPED e

include Alphonso Lowery, Mack Tables, stools, showcase, RoomGOOD
Evans' Dining
Smith Edward
Dr.
Barkley, Harry -
and Braynon, Garth Reeves, Range, refrigerator
I Isr2r
Burnell Wells, Carl Rhetta and Electric fan, chairs, coffeeurn FOOD TASTILY PREPARED AND
Dr. William Chapman license counter chairs ,
I APPETIZINGLY SERVED IS WHAT PEOPLE

Send i I ALL TO GO FOR LOW EXPECT OF A GOOD RESTAURANT AND THAT'S

then JESCA's Annual PRICE WHAT WE OFFER.
a
ful I Y

tic Diitinge r:, MeetingThe FORCED TO ILLNESS SELL DUE TO 6713 N.W. 15th Avenue

to James E. Scott Community -
Association will hold its annual 400 N.W. 20th St. 11 a.m. to Midnight
lastlc meeting at 6:30 p-m. Wednesday HABAKKUK AND MAMIE EVANS, OWNERS
truew\ i March 26 in the Community I Phone FR 9-9349
guish.Col.I I Building of the James E
Scott Homes, 7200' NW 22nd ave. -
'
,I EARL WELLS A buffet supper and fine music _.. .
Sh I. will make the occasion a delightful -

BetheLawyt Hamnt ',, The Northwest Civic. . President Associa- JESOA.one for members and, friendsof Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT

tion celebrates its first anniver- If< you have not received an Invitation -
AntoloqultaU call P+I. 77289.
sary this week. The name of this

CynEdzar., organization is misleading, not OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645
that the members are not civic NOTE OF THANKSThe
minded but it is investors
,
strictly an -
Scho pastor end members of the
Ralph club. St. Luke Baptist Church wish to
more t 4 f] The members represent a cross express their appreciation to
,DistlKatr section'of the community There'sa everyone for the very ..w.",..,t Et
mechanic, a barber: two dentists way in which they supported the _
wards ,>a stock clerk, a rug cleaner, I musical Fashion Tea. '
James, an accountant, a newspaperman We extend special ,thank to .
Lester., and two teachers.Its I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C. Brown for _
Phee, ten members each put up the use of their lovely home,
... Round LStyka $100 last March to get the club Mrs. Gloria Lacey, Mr. and Mrs.
started. Each month those mem- Harold Higgs, Aldin Everette,
William bers put up $20 apiece and then Miss Betty Ann Jackson and Miss
.. decide how best to Invest the Gloria Thomas for their partici-
BUN( money in corporation stocks. pation on the program., Again we
i Other investments are considered thank you.
In ke but the group realizes, as \the. I Miss Lillie Littleton
des, coi American economy goes so Mrs. Alyce J. Washington
(placedSpelling' goes the stock market. I chairmen
Rev. P W. Williams
pastor
This is no hit-and-miss under
through taking. Annual reports and financial -
month c statements
are carefully
nated a:: ,', analyzed, brokers are interviewedand WHY BE SICK?
plot we 4',' there is prolonged "headscratching"
ti. boards j and debate by the Examination of your Personal All.
themes. : ment plus examination of heart,
1"1" more conservative members. The lungs, stomach, liver, gall bladder .
,
8pelingj club
shares in
now owns a num-
rectal, ,
4 prostate nerve re.
ber of leading corporations and
Monda'mediate flexes, blood and url.
the operations have shown a pressure WHY PAY RENT ?
nalysie, Including x-ray a. Indi
held at 1 1torhim. 11 profit. There Is no social side to cated. Free consultation. Clip and
'., the club, the activities are strIct-
bring this adlTreatment. !
compete ly business.' The men meet every for blood, skin or I II
other at home
&pe1hntnallsts Sunday members urinary disease, pile, rectal,
Ion refreshment.and coffee Is the only required stomach trouble, prostate gland I OPEN FOR INSPECTION $705 DOWN
the 2 trouble, backache, rheumatism, I
against -,' Once six months modest nervousness, low vitality, ulcer, I
every
of these ,built 3-bedroom
tarn flyers are taken in highly specu- hormane deficiency, lost vigor, Buys any one new custom CBS homes. Located

Mrs. L, lative stocks. However, as Earl arthritis and chronic disease I II on N.W. 155th St. east of NW 19th Avenue on the waterfront,

her fifth! | Wells, club president, has pointed I New Location built-in oven and range, breakfast bar, tile bath, formica kitchen, rear
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, em.b1y I'P'' tion. It may be ten years before Hours: 10-8. Closed Wed.-Thurs. mentary school and high school. See these gorgeous home now.
Thursday we're substantially ahead. But we t .
titled "A know our money is going to
was a cu J| grow. That's what our invest- r.
classes uf ments have" taught us about this I FOR SALE $1,995 DOWN EDISON CENTER LIVE RENT FREEIn
System."!' country. 3-bedroom 2 bath beautiful CBS this
2-bedroom
.. s each side CBS
, This group has a accumulated 4-Bedroom 2 Bath ranch home. Duplex. Tile
Getw, Carporte, separate roof, corner, city fit
Blue, o\ operation nearly $3,000, and in though its one they year realize of- 2 Car Garage Home living room, dining room, formica water, landscaped. East of NW

MarlonLI, this does not constitute a for- HARDWOOD AND kitchen. 1 year new, close to 17th ave. New area. Close to buses.
pray er and forMrs. / < tune, they are pleased with their I TERRAZZO FLOORS I schools and buses. City water, A beauty. Don't wait.

undertaking. J. Otis Heywood landscaped.
,I,. Jr., business manager of the Cor. 67th St. and $495 DOWN .
the Scho i group thinks it would be a good We have several
cation at idea for more investors clubs to I 24th Ct. 795 DOWN CBS lovely 2-bedroom
I be organized in Miami. There homes in Dania, West Holly
1s'4
COle, : are Open Sun. 2 to 6 or Buys this one bedroom CBS homeon wood
under the I more than 15,000 other such Carver Ranches for those
In the Call J E 1-6973 large lot, city water, streets and ,
Grant as groups country and the I working near that area. Real good
number is growing fast. Hey sidewalks. Total price 7495. buys. Why
Felicitalcafeteria pay rent??
$16.50 week pays all. A real .good

marriage.t -T buy for a. couple See now!11! $29,995 TOTAL PRICE

Miugo. +f North Miami Beach mansion.
Near
.Mrs. #;: TV SICK ? $795 DOWN Burdmes shopping center. Word
school ni Buys this 2-bedroom furnished cannot describe this

rents las frame home Only one mortgage bedroom 2'/ baths, CBS onTlotl.
the PTA Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. payment. $16.00 week pays all. Ordinal! price $40,000. Fit for
of The m, a
king.
BunchejliThis $7,995. City water. East of NW
SAME
DAY SERVICE
'
17th
Iu* ave.
lowed by' $&95 DOWN
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
Buys
'period a new 3-bedroom
I. Do you have a lot in Brown Sub? in; North Miami CBS home

MesdanBarnesIF'' Picture Tube Special We have a cash buyer. Use this $12.495. Separate Beach. Total price

: money to buy a. beautiful 3-bed- Utility, dining living room,
garet Nt j i room
formica
Johnson tf ftconference 17-inch--$22.95 21-iDch-$29.95 room CBS home. c'en, tiled hath. kit

Palatflca27March 41.i LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN
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