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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: March 29, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00591
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Miami. of of pastor ,Russell A D. Rev., and Ball summer. alive. ment Car-, and Ray that cinch a almost procedure same the use stars with York New reached Ray
this campus College State gan's' argu- the keep to decision split It's said "Been hasnt it Though -movie priced High years. four next defense. title, a for ring a into
-,Johnson by Ball-Photo, Mrs. and Nichols the F. W.\ Mrs. and Bishop of guests were i Mor- on summer. enjoyable and a like nothing There's' ?Carmen Mexico. the over installments in him get to $600,000$ somebody cost

Russell Rev. Jr. Ball F. W.' are picture I Nichols Mrs. and Bishop Miami in While\ educational. ,enlightening .an to for voted Sikora Frank referee and S. U. the In movies several -remainder the, pay will corporation the will it that Thursday announced

the in Shown morning. Wednesday\ P wife. his by accompanied was Nichols I forward looking is Barnett why that Isn't June. in Stadium make to champion the for ering but purse: night's' Tuesday his of Robinson Ray Sugar champion,

via out planed Nichols Mrs. and Bishop I Bishop America. South in duties official Yankee in again meet will dick is organization new Ray's' half paid was Ray, resident; is middleweight perenniel night
of field the
Jr. Ball F. W.' son and Ball Agnes Mrs. his to enroute while afternoon Tuesday ., pockets. whichhe of Inc. Promotions,Sports.. Tuesday Basilic Carmen of
in University York New at income their into deep too getting and Theatrical Robinson setup. -annihilation his for kitty the in
by entertained were Nichols the and ness Miamion in over stopped Church AME\: the graduatemen advanced started has from: hand Sam's Uncle keep to )organizational new his of details -dollars million a of quarter a With
city out was Bishop Episcopal 16th the of bishop I I .
-busi- on the of Ball of District She University. York New from
lIallandale. in Church AME Chapel Yard. presiding Nichols Ward\ D. Rev. Rt. The science of master a and I

- ... .... + ,. ":. ,'I.- --._._ ... -+ --vigorously racial government,of is The policy Africa importance.a South pursuing of"historical science-University Bulletin.A&M of bachelor Florida Association a from holds Teachers: degree She d i I I Defense Title for G's 600 Wants Rap I

assume will May in Africa South I
State Florida, the of issues 1958 I
b of Church Zulu Swedish the and 1957' March the in lished years. three for photo. Miami of Johnson
bishopof new a of election the said
by pub- and Barnett written integrated been has school The body. Tribune. Daily Nassau the of editor Dupuch Etienne
the editorial An
editor chief . ,
were Age" Space 'The and lenge"
an student the, by election an daughterof the is Joan' wife lovely His business. contracting
said. Church -Chal- Teacher's' Science "A chosenin was team football the on.
-entitled Articles fair. school local building the in is Ferguson Mr. May. in Bahamas the
Our week ,,Church Lutheran halfback a 17 Jackson Leon homeIn palatial their to returning before East the in friends
Swedish the head its as Negro their,, in honors prize; third ond school! Texas South
electa will time first the for sec- first won students her year this in boy popular, most the visit also will couple The Mexico.: and California

-Africa South in Church Missionary This Fair. Science Annual County as selected was body student,, 500 vacationIn weeks four a to enroute week this Miami in
Swedish The STOCKHOLM:: Fla. South 1957' the during the in three .only of one youth stoppedover Bahamas Nassau of Fergusons Lleric The
,zoology in winner prize first the was Negro A Texas WESLACO.
Williams Sarah student The fair. -
CHURCH SWEDISH science county the in honors win POPULAR MOST

to Negro first the was students 1
HEAD TO NEGRO biology Barnett's Mrs. of One ty. :{ VOTED NEGRO

coun- the in teachers science: . Y A
week. next released -outstanding: the included! and ; ?SCHOOL TEXAS

,, ,be wi'l' Cole King. Nat starring I -office West Jeff Dr. from! appointed f .
sr. .rz story life, .His spirituals. and was committee:< This ---uum.! ':cur schools.IN
marches blues including songs >63>:6 science the re-evaluate to mittee pubic: the in integration down

than more written has Handy Com- Improvement Curriculum'" slow designated\ law
-assignment pupil Florida's after modeled
ago. years ) Science School High Senior tion '
four time second the t
Instruc- Public of Board County: was It considerations., other
for married He stroke. a suffering&
a factors health :
Dad the of part as county and
since years three past the for ill weightdistribution of the on seats
the in teachers biology other basis bered
been has and years 17 past, the seven with along selected also was num- to riders assign to drivers
fur blind! been has He, Ala. < bus requires ,
She teachers. mathematics and ordinance The ar.
-Florence in born was 84 Handy
are grants
!science to available
pneumonia. These College. State Morgan nance.
j- -ordi- assignment seat bus see's .
-s'- study summer for government r
-' catching after Sunday went at ,
Tallahas of test legal the 41tViiar.
he where hospital York New, a the from $1,000$ approximately was ,
in} member other the
Grant Foundation Science
morningin' Friday early died blues whichis
the of father the Handy C. W. ational a4 of recipient the is nett ,University State Florida attends who a __
Sawyer Gwendolyn : Joseph Tallahassee. of
Washington: i Bar- "Herndon :4:
C.j D.
I Frida. on .. . Johnny and Speed
of Reeves D. Frank and Miami a;: L' .... f.-! are
Leonard students FAMTJ The
Miami leave to him for calls! ule
of Simon .Tony, and Davis DIES r :
HANDY action.
- C. W. ;
' sched-'s:; Mr. HoteL ver' 'at ng
Edwin Graves. S.: G. were NAACP further( determine, to case the ing
Car the at stopped r
he Miami
the representing Attorneys study- is Tampa from attorney ,I
denied. being are assembly free ,Whilein HoteL John Sr! the at held ._ C. __ NAACP Rodriguez Francisco
and speech s free to tights: : ...n.u.n..e. u. nnnn -
, luncheon; special a at . their: t that claim.. !i I threateningly. rawbar: b city. the
-witnesses balking The February.: in -afternoon Thursday on Club Adelphian: : the raised he when window requestof the at Wednesday tences
here hearing; during I!J the of guest the was ttTe' Ghana. sen their cC execution ordered
legislativecomrnlttee by questions I j plateglass the through Ward shot he Walker May W. Judge Circuit
the from( Nations: United the to .
-answer to refused had who persons a : said He covered. was he that known.
.. delegate also is Chapman Mr. visit.
15 the on Friday arguments heard short a for Tuesday. on roger toaim warning. a yelled and rowbar::: h =,- {=a not was ago year a than more
have to was Pearson Judge. small a with machine igarette; youths the with arrested student I tr A d .
inM1ami arrived Ghana cf Minister etitgsa White the of whereabouts The
the jimmying Ward saw he said
-authority committee's the challenge to Prime the to advisor principal the : case.: their of review for
seeks Graham T. Edward Rev. the and Ghana from Sides owner The away.- doors few -petition their rejected ruling Court II
which \in that is ease other The ambassador- Chapman. liveda who owner the by building Supreme S. U. a after Sentences; II f-: ;

rights. committee's the : : Ahmling: Daniel Hon. The I the in surprised was Ward jail 60-day serving begin to day I ?., ? -
-involving case another on rules: Court Thurs- authorities to surrendered

Supreme; Florida the until stay ave. 22nd students A&M Florida Two

a for appealed: attorneys NAACP Miami' Visits Ambassador and st. 46th< NW at tavern a F .
after made was rating The
testify. to them: force and -robbing while blast shotgun a with

witnesses subpena to authority face[ the*in hit when morning lay: !Case' Bus .in Jailed Students I
committee's was which' Friday, the tested for t set have bearing to Ghana From was:Fri-,21 12:30:,Ward about Benjamin instantly killed ''

a in Thursday delay, a granted!

Pearson Ray J Judge Circuit ,

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TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE
A local daily has been swUng MIAMI I

FRIDAY SATURDAY, MARCH 28-29 I I high, wide weeks and, handsome.featuring in news recent 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1958

articles shot certain Miami -
rental agents who, supposedly, is I
linked to certain facets of city I many others operating in this Collection Agency stood alone in
1 e Jp politics. area? its fight, while contending for
This reminds us of the seriesof Could it be that politics are being modern plumbing, sanitation,
articles which have been appearing played in reverse? adequate .garbage disposal units,
i hereabouts, especially Could betI and better living conditions in
dulbbing Luther L. Brooks, the wonder if anyone remembersa general, while "the city slept?"
Of 9 "political whip" in the Negro few years back when Bonded I wonder! ,

Miami area.

To this accusation we are not FOR MISUSE OF FUNDS .
going to agree or disagree, because
we know too little about
w y politics to dabble into them.

UII GI M BRf IA} i f 'RIC11 E [IEII Luther(But We,know what Brooks.less we about do know this,side or at of Set April 15 as Trial I

f r g o11ld! a Dra 1 i DM DOIS.x.rik least believe, is that the propon
ents of these accusations are Date for Bishop Nichols
stretching a point a little too far.
$ The Negro areas of Miami have
over eight rental and collection PHILADELPHIA (ANP) -
agencies, who are making comfortable Bishop R. R. Wright, Jr., president -
r QNBMASCOPiSWARNERCOLOn livings from their Negro of the AME Bishops coun-
iKSatto WARNER PROa clientele.
cil announced here Thursday that
Jtl11r. E"ARRIS JAMES DEAN --envurn.rt. . .nctua RAYMOND MASSY Most of this number are white April 15 has been set as the date Broward .

.u.suNLW $' cet..ur.,PAUL OS80RN a..c+ro.r EUA KAZAN -- agencies. for the trial of Bishop D. Ward County
Nichols :
Each has the same obligations, on the charge of "illegal
A.- aspirations, Inclinations and ded handling of connectional funds." News
ications. The church trial will be conducted ;
UN., MON., TUES., MARCH 30-31, ,APRIL 1 That the Bonded Collection at Allen AME Church

Agency enjoys the biggest business !- pastored by Rev. D. W. Tull. byWalter
Coming of its kind in this area is not The charges, served personallyand
J just luck. by registered mail upon Bowe''
The far-sightedness and business -1 Bishop Nichols, accuse him of I
yon acumen that Bonded has injected I"illegal handling of connectional
your way into; its business dealings, funds or more than $200,000 in I The Hallandale and West Hollywood
is the natural reward of its quar- the first Epfccopal district, dis- Beauticains hel a special
waves ter of a century of service !in the obedience to the order and discipline I' clink in styling and hair cutting
rental and collection business.All of the church and admin- on Monday, March 24, for the
short comings of the othersare istration, and placing burdensome benefit of beauty operators in this
of laughter! SSd F3s' kk'< not the fault of Bonded. assessments brethren upon the churchesand area. The clinic was at Eleanor's
for personal gain. Salon of Beauty, West Hollywoodand
The many implications made by The charges were signed by Rev.J. was conducted by Mrs. Ella
'M-G-M's Com&dy the paper in ridiculing: the actions S. Benn and others. Moncur, hair stylist of Miami,
'of the veartMICKEY of Brooks, range from a Bishop Nichols has been notified and representative of Lester
switch hunt" to an Easter egg of the time and place of the Products.Pvt. .
hunt on Christmas Day. trial.
Some that stand out foremost Joseph Lamar was dis-
Metrocolor fe hV in our mind is the reported disclosure Adult Educational charged on March 21 from the
that: I Army after one month's service.
Watch for lit (1)) City slum clearance direc- Classes to Expandat He is the son of Mrs. A. Lamar

tor, Frank Kelly, had shown NorthwesternThe of 5210 SW 20th St., West Holly
some sort of favoritism to certain wood.
opportunity for
a more
slum landlords and rental agents. varied offering of classes is at
(2) That Kelly had officially Airman George Cooler, junior,
hand for those who would like to is mother Mrs.
"lost" some 500 pieces of slum, visiting his Winis !-
extend their education throughthe
property. And on furlough from Virginia. He
evening program at Northwestern' fred Cooper of Washington Park
tile about houses was condemned doing nothing three Adult School. and his sister.
Applications are now being
accepted -
years ago, but are still
FBI'sFAC. rented for classes in creative The Faithful Few Club No. 3
...y r If this is true, why hasn't the writing drama, music and art. I will meet at the home of Mr. and
city done One may register by telephoning Mrs. Walter Bowe, 4444 SW 17thSt.
E Mlie1 about manager it? something i In a request or by stopping In at ., Monday, March 31 at 8:30: ,p.m.
the registration office.
And why is one rental
I agent
Openings are also available in
singled out for ridicule from the
the business school for
.gI persons
........ Interested in becoming skilled in BTW Alumni MeetsThe
typing, shorthand, and account
rr 1_ AIR-CONDITIONED regular meeting of the
ing.An Booker T. Washington Alumni
adequate education is a necessity -
CAPITOLTHEATRE Association will be held on this
i S MnrMMelaYfalptl today. Do you have all
Tuesday, April 1 at 8 at the
w w the training you need? For fur- pm.
ther information call PI 4-5491. school. All members especially
SAT. MIDNIGHTSUN. members of the graduating classesof
NEW COURSES OFFERED 1949, 1938 and 1928 who will
WED., THURS., FRI., SAT., APRIL '2-3-4-5 MON., TUES. celebrate reunions this year, are
Two new courses will be offered I II
MAR. 30 31 APR. 1 requested to be present. Plans for
in the adult
Prem1n PresentS' FRED MacMURRAY I homemaking this the annual celebration will be
quarter in flower
IERR, DAVID NWENtllrn In short cuts in dressmaking.arrangementand completed at this meeting.

sEBERaJUUUIE.q MY1EHE DEMQNGEOI'III T "QUANTEZ"In You may register for the flower
arrangement class on Monday
BONOOUR.TRISTESSCTHE Color evening March:31 from 7:00: to 10 i

WAl1ER.aMP.I.ana. -.- at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary
School. Short cuts in dressmaking A BETTER i BOURBON: I
.. trmu. I.. t>mtatl o n CClUlIII1A PIC1UIO courses will ,be offered at North;

11MBUNCHE western on Wednesdays and Fri BUTO
days. For further informationcaU *
MOST PL 45491.Garden .

EXNOSMMOTTO NA 1-7322 PartyThe
The Greatest Religious Hospitality Social Club
sponsors an Easter time Garden t }
Picture Ever Made! Party Monday evening April 7, s
MYIYl1 I "THE ROBE"with at the home of ,Mrs. Irene Rolle
1641 NW 5th place, 8 to 12 p.m.
fl)25) Victor Mature Donation 50 cents. Come out and
___J Plus James Mitchellin enjoy .the fun. Refreshments will BOURBON

YEllS! DOUS4 "The Peacemaker" be served. Unlucky: Straight' Bourbon Whiskey'C in.Old
Mrs. Helen Pergin Pres.Mrs. ..Proof. AJKlentA.DlsL CO..',ankfart.lCI.
_11'_____ Irene Rolle, Sec.
? \ .

RITZTHEATRE For Pick-up and Delivery Service on Prescriptions

= 1i I MAR. 30 31 APR. 1 Service Drug Store


I Jeff plus Chandler Gifts Patent Medicines Greeting Cards

SIDNEY T. COX Registered Pharmacist
"God is my Partner"
Walter Brennan 1240 N.W. Third Ave. Phone FRanklin 32932r r ra




THE MIAMI TIMES 'The people Newtpaper" Tea TimePalm

r ; Sunday, March 30 will befriends
SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1958 PAGE 3 TJjnc lor members and

of the Richmond Heights
Women ClUb- #)r the. benefit of
tww their annual baby contest on' the

Adams Manning Wedding lawn of Mrs. Doris Walker,
147S1 Fillmore St Time 4 to D.

Mrs. Lucille Crawford, MbrarJ-
Sunday, March 24, after morn- mony the reception was held In an at Frank C. Martin Elementary -
i Ing services at Bethel AME School will give bno of her
the basement of the church. Mrs. .;
Church, Mrs. Claudia 1{
4 reviews.
Ethel Blocker was in charge, assisted very Interesting
and Elisha Manning were mar- by Mrs. 'Emma Sweeting, Those who heard the nun story
Rev. S. A.
ried the
by cousin of Mr. Manning. Mrs.. Lois know what a treat they are tin for
Mrs. Adams, who is a nurse, I
Hill and members of the Friend Others cannot afford to miss this.
c came to Miami from Charleston, ship Garden and Civic Club of Please be our guest.
; S. C. in 1944. She worked as a
which Mrs. Adams is member. .
a .. ..
for about two -" -- -------
private nurse years

_________I Iw erintendent then Fort was there Lauderdale.asked of Provident for to five serve After years Hospitalat as sup-she remaining motored the Many wedding.of down Mrs.frcm Adams'Hollywood friends to

returned Jackson to Miami'Memorial to take Hospital.workat Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

On the 24th of March, 1958 another
Now she has her nursing
Herbert representative for home at Hollywood, Fla. chapter was written in the
D. Gaines, regional
I i annals of history of free and accepted I
; Anheuser-Busch (Budweiser) was given a lobster dinner :Mr. Manning came to Miami I Masons of Florida, when
:'rr at the Sir.. John restaurant., by Bill Browne, supervisor; 15 years ago from Valdosta, Ga., another Blue Lodge was added to 1
,', Bill Ziegler, driver-salesman] and Enoch Whitehead, also and has worked at the M&M the Grand Charter at Free and I
Budweiser salesman. Cafeteria most of that time. Accepted Mason. (PHA), This
The bride's only attendantwas new Blue lodge was set up at ,
Mr. Gaines is here to map out an advertising pro-- Mrs.A.. M. Coleman, the Richmond Heights. Name of said
gram for the Negro market both locally and nationally... groom's sister. His best man was lodge is Pride of Richmond
'his nephew Sgt. Clinton E. Wil- Heights. We had among us on 2\lritlt24e
After the dinner many "Buds" were enjoyed at the liams. The usher was Mrs. Adam's that occasion District Deputy, L.

535 Club They tare shown here with., their., wives., and nephew, Mr. Samuel.Immediately G. Bode, H. McLeod: High Priest, THE LIGHTER BOURDON
after the H. Perkins, S. Williams and Eu- .
gues cere- Mntocki""nlM tmk "\ gene Davis. All of these brethrenwere tort......Aft DilL Ct.,rrsn 5.A.K>.
from the City of Miami. t
After a very wonderful lectureby
10 BEST DRESSED the Deputy, the election of officers

was in order Those elected _

CHOOSENThe Worshipful master, Jacob Dean;
senior warden, C. Tompkins;
Saints Ann and Margaret Junior warden, H. Allen; senior BLANCHE
chapter of the Women's Auxiliary deacon, J, Dennis, junior deacon, .
of the Church of the Incarnation
L. Kenneth
; secretary,
is sponsoring a Fashion Show I Guy; treasurer, S. Hall; chaplain,I
featuring the ten best dressed W. Fuller; Marshall, E. Albert; CALLO WAY
Miami 8 at
women in May tyler, H. Morris.
Northwestern senior high school After a very delightful discus- I
auditorium.The sion the members
among of the
following names have been craft, delicious Proudly. PresentsA
s a repast was served !
submitted thus far C The Deputy, L. G. Bode, who
:Mrs. Lucille Riou, Mrs. Joy- represented C. H. Henry, Grand I STARSTUDDED
celyn] Burroughs, Mrs. Lloma Master, declared Pride of Rich
Green, Mrs. Clyde Killens, Mrs. mond Heights July and lawfullyset REVUEAT
Johnson Mrs. Thelma McDonald -
up for work. Congratulations,
Mrs. Verneka Silva, Mrs.
Richmond Heights, and smooth THE POPULAR
Zelma Black. sailing
Mrs. Marion Staten, Mrs. Eugenia Kenneth Guy, secretary I
Thomas, Miss Bettye J. _
Baker, Mrs. Bernice Moore, Miss t Attends ConferenceMrs. I JIMJAM
Miss Ann Jackson -
Loraine Sawyer, f --
Mrs. Lenora Sands, Mrs. Doroth;3
Ruth N. Polite, Mrs. Janle Reeves, I tM Edwards, del
and Mrs. Fannie B. Williams. + of girls, spen
We urge the people In the com- three aay.-
munity to send in more names of March 12-14 -
ladies who you think are the best at Hampton Institute -
dressed women In the Miami -area. attendin ,
Ballot boxes are at the Miami theJ'ourtt
Times' downtown office, 1112 NW i Annual Confer', .
3rd ave. and at the Liberty City I ence of the National y'
plant or the Vestibule of the Association ' CLUB
Church of the Incarnation, 1835 of Personne.
NW 54th sU North Travel Bureauat Workers T h Ek"4. ,

1104 NW 3rd ave. and In the conference, designed specificallyfor 1900 N.W. 75th
lobby of the Mary Elizabeth 110- &pIn counsellors and deans, had as St.
tel. 642 NW 2nd ave. I Its theme, "Personnel Services
For further information contactor Face a New Age." Conferring and Phone PL 9-8651
call Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., the top photo Is shown meeting such personalities as i
16431 NW 17th place, Opa Locka, Gladys Martinez, 3rd prize Span Mrs. Margaret Sims, dean of women FEATURING
NAl-0057. Southland Singers ish dance winner In .the Teenage I Fisk University,; Dr. Wil

I Ready Easter Parade group during the 4th Annual liam Martin, dean of Faculty, Return engagement of
20' Club ( Sub-deb Talent Show," sponsored Hampton; Mrs Ollle Moore, dean
Royal | The Southland Singers are by James E. Scott Community of women, Southern University, ANDRE .& GINO'Jail
The Royal 20a Women Club making ready for their annual I Association. The how, staged in and many other guidance leaden ;
met at the home of Mr and Mrs. "Easter Parade" which will be the Community Center of Liberty have provided for Mrs. Edwards Bait' Recording Stan
Roy Hipard, Sunday, March 23, held on Easter Sunday at 3 p.m.I Square Housing Project Tues experiences which she has relat-
at 5:15 p.m. The highlight of the at the Longshoreman's .Hall. day night, March 18, featured edto many North-westerners already andMADAM
meeting was the fiance on last Children of all ages are invitedto talent In Children and Teenage and which will effect hr
Friday evening. We are Indeed come and parade their Easter ,I groups. Below are Shares Robinson work tremendously as dean of EFFIE
grateful to our many friends for Fashions at that time. There will Joy Williams, Maxine Northwestern Senior High. THROCKBOTTOM"CHICKIE
making It a success. We"hope that be no admission. This is a day I Fowlkes and Nettle Smith, lit New faces of educational leaders ,
all of you spent an enjoyable set aside exclusively for our prize winners in the Children's businessmen and government
evening. children to enjoy. Anyone desirous group. Winners In photograph personnel have been seen at HORN"
We also wish to thank the club of letting their children participate were sponsored by Miss Paula Northwestern f-oMT"'t! 24-28
members for working so hard. may caU Mrs. Ann William In a uniquely ..; :'annel: Conference
, Special thanks to Mn. Elizabeth Smith, PL 4-4(350 and give their Week. Initiating plan!! to have SATCH ROBINSON
and Models not Other winners included Anna consultants meet the entire student Master Ceremonies *
E. Jonson, our City Federated name ages. are : of
Hutchinson, 2nd prize, and theCasuals
for Introducing our expected to raise money. The body In virloui groups, Mrs.
club president members and thanks also to contestants who are working for Quarete, 1st prize, Teenage Ruby Gibson, guidance chairman, THUR., FRI., SAT., SUN.
the crowning of the King and group. Janet Wright 3rd along with John I'eavy, test
out Mn. State M. Davis.Federated president I Queen of the Easter Parade areas prize and Zorro Club, ,2nd jrize, :chairman, have brought tft NIBS ADMISSION 50 CENTS

the meeting adjourned fellows: Children's group. James Hujer, vL'e president of
Mr. Mn. Hlppard served a Angela Fennel, Alfreda Barry, I Bethune-Cookfrnan; Atty, Henry
delicious repast. I Alice Bethel, Shirlene Yvonne Elks to Sponsor Arrington; ft. D. Lang of the SHOW TIME:
Mrs. Adabelle Dunn Is presi- Rawls, Quintin Plnkston, Janet Urban League; Otis ILiyiwood, ac. Thursday-11 'clock'
Deshazior and Patricia Elaine Educational DinnerOn countant In the Veterans Evening
dent and <3. E. Thurston, report- I Smith. Program; Doctors Nathaniel Col- Frl. A $at.-10:: 0-4.3 l I

er. .. Friday and Saturday, March ton and William Chapman Jr4 Sunday 1:30 1030.1
I 23 and 29 the Elks organization C. Jl. Hamilton of Clark College;
if giving its annual Educational Melvin Jackson of the Florida Always' surprise guest artists/ at j
Dinner at the beautiful Elks' State Employment Service and (art show Saturday evening'

MEAT MARKET Club, 329 NW l&th Terr. Dinners many other Iud era.
will be served at $1.00 per plate. NITS i iI
All Bills and Daughters are asked Amateur Show i;
to cooperate during this Af- WILL BUILDON
\ / 1520 N W. 62nd Street fair. The !public Is also Invited.
i I. On April 2, all eyes will be OUR LOTS
SBP tinted toward Northwestern High
> School for the Oratorical Contest. IN OPA LOCKA Music by

THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE This is a major: program of Elk- Carlos Bermudez
dom and parents are urged to
jive Attention to the project M LOTS FOR SALE ADd His OrchestraWe
their children will benefit by hav. IN OPA LOCKA
Lug a chance to go to some collegeof eater te private parties, er.a .
Fresh Meat. Low Prices their choice. .ntotlene' stubs' entire***, we*.
Call Mr FrederickUN ..,,1'1.' ... /antes. its. a

i j Drive Carefully 64002 UN &.7801 1; xdL

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JUST BROWSIN'By Around Miami


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By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU
The big fight is over and
Sugar Ray (Robinson again holds

the world's middleweight title. ,: LOUIS JORDAN and hl. Tym- Savannah, Ga. to sell some
Carmen /Basllio won It from Ray I pany Five invade the Capitol Mildred has deal
TBBCTOKA HUTAWTfTB lIT :KfcS HCTAHVB IN BltlA!: last !September. No fighter has Theatre tonight adn Saturday. cooking for $15,000 Ala Fox,
"The TlM*. Ar* GftMMr4 A4 We Ar Chanted With Thm" ever been able to win a title five There will be three shows daily, the Man on the Couch, presentsa
. times. Ray did it. Will Ray now one at 4 p.m., 7 pm. and 10. As Jazz concert at the Bayfront
om.. a' 111 K.W. Tkb* AVMM, MUral. Florid*-Tl ph..e FB l-ltta retire? He might but Basilio says I get it, if this show is successful, Park Auditorium tonight March
Pisst STte W. W. 1Mb Are.. Telephone PL t 4-811 she wants another chance at this there will /Ibe more stage showsat 28. The concert is featuring The
title the Capitol. So let's all makeit Don Ippolito Tentet, the Miami
..ter.4 .t M...... CIa. x u.,. Atrl e. lots. .. the Pout Offlr u There's a lot of dough in these to the Capitol and dig Mr. Jazz Lab Septet The Marty Har-
HI.... .......* _.<., the act .f Mrh S, less title bouts, you know. Personality and his show. Remember ris Quartet featuring Denace The
.....*. .f ib. ........ Newspaper Publishers At.e<<4ailoa there is only one Louis Menace The Herbie Brook Trio
N...... .1 Ju ...eUttd Metro Pre. Robert W. Saunders, a state officer Jordan . Roy Hamilton was and Miami's Joe WilliamsWallyFutch.
I; of the NAACP is reportedas bade: In town. 'He was* here for a I predict that the Jazz Lab
*l. BX UOUXCKU KEKVKR XdltarKBHTB saying Gov. Collins it one of short "visit with his pal Butterball. Septet will have the swlngingest
OABTB r. *. AM...|... Editor a.. BoMnrt M...... I the greatest the state has had, During his visit he took in a few set on the program. The group
(but he oocassionaly Joins the of the clubs. He first stopped at contains :Miami's best jazz music
VBBOBIPT1ON RATES I \segregation !boys. A lot of people the Jim Jam then to the Eden ians. Each member of the Septetis
Nan SHE MONTH else TIIKKH MONTHS n.'. will say amen to Saunder's state Roc to dig Ella: and finally he a star in his own field. William

..DO OF THE NEORO l'HEf+"" ment. I called it a night at the Mary Boone has written arrangementsfor
TOM Elizabeth Lounge where Curt the Jazz Lab that will make
VKOMO rKRflR- M>U.v e thai Amor Ira eua h..t lead the world
'... ra"a' .** Mil***! .Rb.*.10m4. when It accords to every. man regard Too Bad! We have had threeor Harmond and his Top Notes were you pat your feet and pop your
teM .t rae, ...!", .r rr***. MM ._ and legal rights nttlng BO .,.a., fear four !plane crashes this week. appearing. As Roy puts it, The fingers. This group alone prom
And there were several deaths.A j Notes something ises make "Jazz Out of Miami"a
tag m. Maa-4h. Ner. rrve MM*** to belp *very rnaa In the firm belief that Top are really to
an t..a are hart M tort M a.yoa' U held bark. 'Braniff International Airways -, By! the way Curt and the boys night that jazz lovers in Miami
plane crashed in the Ever make a return engagement this will long remember.
,glades killing nine people. I weekend along with the Swing-
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK A small plane from Nassau Ing Myrtle Jones Trio. || POLICEMAN of The Week:
crashed into the ocean about Richard Davis . Pretty Girl of
three miles from Hollywood BAHAMA MAMA and Mildred The Week: Ida Williams Moore
'SOME.WHITE ,FOLKS AIN'T READY Beach five of the six passengers Hodges took off Monday am.or . The Treniers have finished

One hundred! thlaty-one years ago-back in 1827 drowned.In their engagement and have gone
Maadh 17, to be exact, the first issue of "Freedom's Jour I back to their families. In Aprilthey'll
ibe in London where
New York five teenagersbeat Jerusalem. There will be outdoor they
n l' made its ape wace. It was the first Negro newspaper and robbed a church school processions and programs duringthe will do a command performance
:and as its :XMUBC would indicatelas dedicated to teacher of $18 in a park in the afternoon. (for the Queen . Well fellows
the cause of the abc Uon of slavery.In Bronx.In Friday the usual Good Friday I here is what you've been waiting
for 26 chorus girls will invade
little ova.a *rrtary and a quarter, the Negro press services /will !Ibe held. Some of ,
and for about four
has grown to be&a proportions, become a decisive factorin Philadelphia another Sugar on won Wednesdaynight a fight them for three hours. I weeks. Yep. stay It's the Larry Steel

the shaping fit the nation's thought and helped to win by a TKO. It was Sugar Hart, The EpiscopalChurch in the Show that's due to open the first
many a battle In the ever-ranging crusade for first-class Garnett his real name who clos- Diocese of South Florida will hold !week in April . And !please don't
citizenship for mm and women of color. ed Charlie (Tombstone) Smith's its 36th annual Diocesan Conven- forget that you too can live life,
right eye in the fourth round of tion April 22-24 in the city every golden minute of it.
The role of the Negro press today might not appear their scheduled 10-round ,bout.I ISo on
to be as vitad or as dramatic as it was when the American of Orlando. The convention
scheduled to meet in Sanford has
people were shamfag themselves before the world by { scientists would like to landa been transferred to Orlando because
keeping black roca & physical bondage. The truth is that man on the moon. And it is it is integrated and per
dark Americans, are still in bondage. The Civil War-a? said it may cost two billion dollars haps Sanford is not ready for
witness Little Rock--has never really ended in the South for equipment to go there such a convention. ,4 4ll
and return to earth. While all that of the offi-
Learning !Some
and in the North what with ads
daily dajrpet-baprprer this makes interesting readlrtf it cials did not know Negro dele
White Citizens Csxxncil in papers like the HeraldTribuneand seems: to us that there is so much gates would attend, Bishop HenryI.
snide caricatures of the Harlem profile in papers like to be done in this sphere that Louttlt informed Sanford's City
the New Pork Pxwt, we are finding out how sneaky the even scientists could devote more I officials that "we did not wish to
of their time to bettering conditions embarras any member of the city ..1
can be ja the North.
enemy '
on earth (before going to the' government. time in the history of this country was the Negro moon and let that two (billion be :.......:
press so/eaaeotiiJL But its effectiveness will be determined I spent on helping the poor and I

only as the Ne-gro newspaper of today can broaden needy. Select Your favorite JldmJsCTHE

and expand into competition with other newspapers, no1 I EASTER BONNETat
J. Edgar Hoover heads
merely as Negro newspapers, but as newspapers. The MILDER BOURBON
the Federal Bureau
"Negro problem no longer belongsonly to,the Negro. For, would like Hollywood Investigation to tone (Unlucky Straight Bourbon) Whitley 61'n.0ld'I
it is causing much> embarrassment: to the American White down crime on the movies and LILLY'SHAT 16 Prod .CAnctont Kg*tNU.Co.,Frankfort Ky.

man in world cotracita. ,There has been great progress in television. That's a mighty good SHOP
the solution of th v White man's problem concerning the idea. Such movies don't help

Negro. But is bM been too timid too long delayed and too children there are of children's any age and while it 519 N.W. 17th St. Automobiles Appliances
burdened wlith bi-partzaan political hypocrisy. Not even is difficult to keep them from Phone FR 9-8393
the most liberal "white newspaper-so long ns it is a \seeing the other kind. Awnings Fences

'white" newspaper, can speak for the Negro. And, too, of- Beautiful Easter Hatsin .
ten, the so-called tiberal newspapers get caught in their Sunday will be Palm Sunday Latest Styles <;
shoelaces. the White in tho main is Churches will hold special services -
own man, ,
commemorating the Tri! From $1.99
not ready for the social responsibilities which are demanded up .', '
umphant (Entry of Our Lord into 'i .
by the Sp tnik age. It is the duty of the Negro Also a fine line of

press-with and ittanding, with tolerance and Intelligence Children's hats ,& bags

--to help him get ready. The Negro press remainsan OPERATOR WANTEDVie's Sets, from $1.99 up

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press It fa a role which requires true courage.
For it is easier to be a crybaby and to curse the darkness'

than it is to stand up on jour own two feet and grope for 'I' I

the light of truth.
aren't ready for the I During the past years I have
The truth kf i that some Negroes enlarged my sates connections so
ever-widening1 high road to true freedom.We that I can now serve a wider clientele >

are too prone to believe the lies which are told Week In the areas of Transportation

!About us=: too prone to accept the philosophy, of our "in Holy Schedule Home, Modernization.Home Equipment and

feriority." 8 years now with Goodyear
We are too jealous of. the progress of each other. Store, 900 Biscayne Blvd. selling
We are still allowing White folks to choose our leaders 1an1n} i l' l'l'tUl'rtGibl'rty QlituSUNDA Goodyear Tlree and General

and most of our leaders so chosen, are the most despicable Electric Appliance
Y-Mass 7:00 and 11:00 a.m. 5 years with T. B. McGahey
type Uncle Toms. Blessing of Palms before Mass Motors selling Chrysler and Ply.
We still haven't not sense enough to build business, mouth a&.ltomoblle.-new and
do business In aJbuamesslike way, support our institutions t MONDAY-Mass at 6:30 a.m. Convert instructionsat used cars.

other than our churches: (like banks, savings and loan associations 8:00 ".In. 5 year with Crown Fence Co.
enter- WEDNESDAY-Novena at 7:30 Confessions elllng Crown Chain Link Fences
civil rights agencies and commerical p.m. 1 year with SeaVlew Awning
after Novena.
prises.) Newspapers too. elllng Aluminum Awnings, Play
We still havent got sense enough to,vote in large HOLY THURSDAY-No convert instructions. Mau J time Parties and Carports.
enough numbers and to use our votes so that they count. at 8:00 p.m.-Adoration until midnight Crown Curing this particular time,

Too many of us need some more manners, some more GOOD FRIDAY-Adoration from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 I bratlon Fence we can Anniversary give you a Cele substantial

lessons In simple grammar, some more indoctrination in p.m. Mau of PrtsSanctified\ 3:00 p.m. 1 saving on a Chain Link
personal hygiene. Stations at 8:00 p.m. ( rustproof lifetime fence. Let me
And we need the guts to recognize! the truth about HOLY SATURDAY-Confessions at usual hours give you free estimation before
you buy a toned!
ourselves when we hear ft. Easter Vigil ,begins at 10:30 p.m. Vigil ( Free estimation on fence and
For instance, what do you want to bet that a lot of Mass 'at midnight ;satisfies for Eater awnings No down payment-
Negroes.will hotter aboat this editorial because it tells it Sunday FHA Financing 38 months to

like it .is? ( paylYour
By so doing, they' will only prove the point that ,some ft. Aumtothtf Bnrmtiit! ((6riw will be gratefully

Negroes still arenM ready. Day or Night phone: PL 4-7929
And, brothers and slaters, If we Haven't got the moth- EASTER SUNDAY-Masse, ,at ,7:00 and '11:00 a.m. F. W.

erwit to realize that this is no time to be unreadv. we had MASS-Palm Sunday................................... n Ljat Sales .Remolds

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IUlIIp 1. I III ISS Up S S THE MIAMI Robinson.

SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1958 PAGE 5 John Gibson's dance and

Along Freedom's Road show at Miami Bea 1'* swank

Cafe de Paris last Monday night,
sponsored toy' sraErnloyeee'and Club, Restau
Dy RUTH PERRY I : [Bartenders'
- - - - :Union, was an Integrated J>!um.II .

Ralph McGlll In his column i i in' bias, of our delegation, delivere I rii2
last Sunday's Miami News, discussed an honest and fine explanation of
"Masters of Deceit J. 'I the racial problem in the Unite : O/ FOR SALE
Edgar Hoover's new book on States and and of our efforts t to II I
Communism, which I reviewed !I in remedy inequalities among our I 4-Bedroom 2
this column some weeks ago. Mr. citizens:' 2 Car Garage Home
McGill made several interesting 9q Stan) Sweetie
statements about this book. lie WILKINS REFUTES "GO 1'- -- HARDWOOD AND
said: 'Mr. Hoover says that hereIn SLOW" ADVOCATES TERRAZZO FLOORS
America we must correct the Ernie Busker, Florida's little Achtson, Kan. He'll guest with
existing evils in our democrat Writing in the March issue of giant of the entertainment world, his sisters-in-law and her hubby Cor. 67th St. and
so that Communists cannot exploit The Atlantic Monthly, Roy Wilkins !- and his Palms Club of Hallandale, the Edward Winrows.
what are genuine grievances. Mr. executive secretary of the has gone state-wide. So lucrativeIn : I 24th Ct..
NAACP refutes the charge tha Droward James "Sickle" Staten, the
Hoover his
goes on to pay tribute to I the NAACP and Negroes patronage and hi. Open Sun. .2 to 5 .or
the NAACP for resisting Communist County sizzling spot that two new
infiltration and lists many are "pushing too hard" in the links have been added to the lovely wife, Marian, are expectinga Call JE 1.6973
instances of that success" On drive for desegregation. "Certainly Palms chain. The Palms of little trouper someime in
of Mr. McGil the NAACP has not advocate Jacksonville (formerly 2-Spot
many course, says ,
alteration of school* I and Co., with
think what one will of the NAACP overnight Club) and The Palms of Braden- Lloyd
but it is not Comunist. patterns," said Mr. Wilkins, ton are his latest. Now don't be the first link of their Pickoff grocery -
"however, both White and Negro too surprised if and when the chain, is getting fine supportand
Continues Mr. McGill: "M citizens generally, have insisted chain extends to Tampa and praises from foLks in the Opa
Hoover deplores the promiscuous that school boards come to grips Pensacola. I Locka area. It's co-op enterprize
'uses of the 'smear' charge of with the question and that beginnings with plenty on the ball.
'communism' so common in ou In good faith be made."
time. He likewise warns again The essential thing Mr. Wllkli The ma Gaiter Freeman Clyde McPhater, the Palm'
hysteria and witohhuntingaIsocommon asserted, is that there be con Harris recently resigned her library star attraction, was the hottest
in our politics of today sistent movement toward Integra post at Murrell Branch to Are to blaze along the night club r.
tion. The opponents of the Negro', assume the duties of manager of circuit during the week. With Al
VIRGINIAN NAMED TO aspiration are shadow boxing ovez Avon Products of Dade County Hibbler, Roy Hamilton and the
DIRECT REGISTRATIONDRIVE speed; the real target of the segregationists Midnighters 'bowing out In recent
is any change at aU. .Mary Britt, the model and weeks, the Palms can proudly
; protege of Maxine Bethel'dCharm boast the biggest stars to hit a

Appointment of John M. Brook 50,000 Expected at I Perry's.Diamond. School, is a salesgirl at local marquee. THE SMOOTHER BOURBON

of Richmond, Va., as NAACP]
Orange Bowl Hard working Conrad Farm
registration director, was announced Tr Mary Green affable
in New York a few days er, Baker's Famous Corner -
Easter PageantMore Perry has given up theatrical manager, has changed his
Wllklns the associalion's
ago by Roy -
executive director. In making work and is now living out in '56 Caddy for a late model white

the announcement, Mr. Wilkins people are expected to Los Angeles, cal.Although. job-another Caddy.
said that Mr. Brooks wool witness the Easter pageant in th Earl
Bowl in Miami than will] Saw-
head the association's Southwid Reports have It that 125,000
drive to reach a goal of 3,000,00 see any similar Easter event i in yer's production of .SwappingWives" ducats have already been sold for
the United States. Is all set for the Modern
registered Negro voters in thregion The count
the Marlins games.
18 and 19, his
by I960. Jn a pamphle About 50,000 worshippers wl Theatre on April Morning" cast represents sales tabulated up to
I the
I 'Thunder in
prepared by the NAACP on vot attend the traditional sunrise the rehearsal March 11.
ing, the following pertinent fact pageant, and a repeat performance Is already past to
arc very important for all of us.ii : in the afternoon will swel stage and rearin go. Betty Candy Johnson's baby
this impressive number. Th a who arrived on March 5,
Sir John boy,
If want to have Sam Rabin of
ii you a lay;; Nero. s' :
Sunrist Pageant will begin at 5:30: of Surf- has been tagged
about how you are treated as a im. with organ meditations. At.. Hotel, former member It was WMBM on the spin- THE MILDER BOURBON
his eat during
and side Council, lost
must register
citizen you 1-30 pjru the pageant will be pre election. Rabin was a ilng end of that king-size disc
all recent
You day a
vote. complain
which featured -
rented again for those unable to last Sunday aycm
\, and weep all night, but public attend earlier I stalwart of the Council. top personalities* >n tap honoring -
officials will not pay much atten Week.
tion to you. Local, state and federal The Easter Story will pramati- S Since the death of his wife Voices Negro heard included Lena

, governments listen to voters. rally depict 7 scenes from tho two !weeks ago, Cecil Sweeting Horne, Ella Fitzgerald, Rev. Mar-
I In the South as a whole, only 23' life of Jesus during Holy Week has decided to give up his In In Luther King, Sammy Davis
out of every 100 Negro citizens: and climaxed in the Rcsurroctioc. tavern for a month's rest

of voting age are actually registered. The script was written by tho .. .
On the other hand, 90 out lev. Neil Wyrick Jr., pastor oPalmetto
f' of every 100 white citizens 01 Presbyterian Church,, MEDICAL CENTER
I voting age are registered. vho will also direct and narrate SEABOARD

The pageant !is sponsored by thi
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BEHIND Association and produced by thi
drama department of the Create! 4THE
I In some localities and counties Miami Council of churches. HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. LIGHTER BOURBON
the picture is worse, and in a I
few it is better, but the average The pageant will begin with a DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
: of the whole South shows Negro< cene showing the CSiristus stand
registration far behind. It is important ing at the top of a hill with arms I
to remember that the flex outstretched reminiscent of the
Federal Civil Rights law protects amous portrait. The narrator I
the rights of everyone to regis- will briefly recount the story ol
ter and vote. Jf you don't know 3uist's life before Holy Week. I BEN H. ATKINSON, JR., D.D.S.

the requirements here, ail Other scenes will portray t !
someone who knows, but in any treet scene in Jerusalem, the Lasi OF HIS OFFICE
event, make a great effort to reg upper' t' e Garden of Gethse- ANNOUNCES THE OPENING

ister. If you are not registered, vane. Roman soldiers! seizing PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
you cannot vote. It is also necessary Christ, the Chrfetus being taken FOR THE GENERAL
to know when the primary from the cross and placed In the
and general elections are held. .tpulche, and the climax with OFFICE HOURS: 10 a.m, to 2 p.m ,. 4 p.m. to S p.m. to

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her memoir now being Wonderful change BETTERBOURBON..BUYIT
published serially in The Saturday Being mad at
Post Mrs. Eleanor
Evening ,
Roosevelt pays tribute to Dr. !
Channing 11. Tobias, chairman of Oo out there and see
the Board of Directors of the ft will do your heart good Attention Now Reopening
NAACP who served with her asa
member of the United States MADAM FARRANMiami'
delegation to the UN General Assembly J. B. SMITH
Wonder Lady \
in Paris in 193. JldeltJlge

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daughter Elks Anniversary SuccessfulBy CONVENTIONSET Christian New World Society

FORLAKELAND One highlight of the assemblywill
be on Saturday afternoon
OT. AMELJA' SHAVERS when many new ministers will
THE MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper"PAGE be baptized.
Friday evening, March 14 was
> exception to other anniversary The Community Auditorium in Another highlight and main discourse
'Iterations for the daughters of 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1958 Lakeland will be the site of the of the assembly will beheld
,eater Miami Temple when tho forth-coming circuit assembly of Sunday afternoon at 3 pjn..
' ughters and their husbands Jehovah's witnesses April 11 to Mr. James A. Thompson, district
ong with friends turned out In WILKINS SAYS . 13.This I I' supervisor, will give the adver-
,ill force to celebrate the 14th announcement was made tised lecture, "Facing the Future
inhrersary of their temple. Dt. by Mr. Bennie Crump, presiding Without Fear."'
minister of the Miami West Unit,
lairman ivia Rogers of ticket who sales served did as Florida Anti-Riot Order at the close of the ministry-de. Mr. Crump, also said facilities
fine job by sending out several velopment class. I will be provided for refreshments,
first aid, parking, also, a. lost andfound
'ndred tickets and then re- Some 600 ministers are expected -
:rtlng for the highest amount I to be at this three-day tlono.department, will be in.. .opera -
;er story of the organization. She will be accompanied by his family I,
is considered as the general and travel at his own expense.Mr. I
lairman and has already been W YORK A recent order said the
Crump, program
pointed for the next year. The ot Florida Governor LeRoy Col- will be devoted to Bible talks, WHY IS
lUghters did exceeding/ well in lins instructed sheriffs in his $24,204 IN EASTER and Christian worship, "insteadof
,olding their reputation for rais- state to ban Ku Klux Klan demonstrations endless debates and forum
T funds through this effort. calculated to incite discussions." 930 ?
District Deputy Dt Marie White riot or disorder was hailed last SEALS KITTYSeal Officials of the WatchtowerBible
id Deputy 'Bro. Doo''T. Dunnho week by NAACP Executive Sec- and Tract Society of New
led the grand march at the retary Roy Wilkins, who asserted Sale through this week ,
v Est anniversary of the templeere that the order could not logically reached $24,204 in the mail count, I.-----------* L
' present to lead it on the .so construed to apply to the according to Frank O. Pruitt,Jr.,
4th year, and plan to return fore NAACP which operated by lawful president of the local Society for COMMUNITYU
15th anniversary The temple : .and peaceful means. Crippled! Children and Adults.
, expressing their gratefulness to
')to Olivia Rogers and her veryle ,In a telegram to the governor Proceeds :from the all-mall U
: committee for an evening of dated March 14, Mr. Wilkins Easter Seal Sale, which opened STORECOR.
Th class fun and finance.. ,noted that Mr. Collins' order to March 6, go to support the pro-
. Friday, March 28, Dt. Carlee sheriffs included the NAACP. gram of the Crippled Children's
aniek of 3925 Washington Ave, Such an Inclusion "implies that Society, which gave treatmentand N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St.
is extended an Invitation to the we, like the Klan, have a recordof services to almost nine hundred
'lughters to hold their night of disorder and mob action out- handicapped children and PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLEDCut
.n at her home in Coconut Grove side the law," the NAACP offi- adults last year. .
which time a beautiful bed Free
cial noted. Rate Drugs Delivery
read will be ;gWen away.' Dt. Mrs. R. M. Jenkins is chairmanof
!'a Mae Fuller, IX. Irene Roberts Mr. Wilkins informed the governor the 1953 Easter Seal Sale COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE
id Dt. Estelle Brown will be in that the NAAOP will continue which continues through Easter SEALTEST ICE CREAM-MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS
I urge of refreshments. its "usual activities" in Sunday, April (J.
Dt Alta Screen motored to Florida and asked the state official Phone PLaza 8-4703 Phone PLaza 8-4704
oorgia during the week.. Dt. to "clarify your instructionsso
,'-puty Marie White left the city that an individual sheriff may C. M. JOLLIVETTE SR., Prop
3t Sunday for Ocala,'where she not intepret them as permittinghim For Prompt, Efficient
sited the School for Girle. Dt. to prevent legal and orderly service ,
pero Cokine is up and took in assemblies and other activities of Phone PL 4.4909RUDY'S
.le anniversary of her temple. this association in various localities
' U. Lula Mae Yancey is working in Florida." TVRADIO SEE THE
i the membership committee..
We wish to pause and thankie The NAACP, Mr. Wilkins and
daughters of Antlers Temple ,pointed out, always has "operated WORLD'SGREATEST
id Liberty Temple for 'their with lawful methods and by REPAIR
esence in' the anniversary 'cele peaceful. and orderly means" in Guaranteed Service iPbi!
i alien, six daughters registered its work to secure "the legal and
am Antlers and coven from LLb- constitutional rights of N e g r o Pick up and Deliver
ty. The charming Dt Ruler citizens." 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. COLORED ., '; 4
'table Daniels was given a great
/atlon by large turn out of 6801 N. W. 15th Ave.Dignified PSYCHIC "c .
,embers and friends. Drive Carefully I




Tallahassee The college of
*ts and sciences leads the 'schools
id colleges in enrollment. at Fla.
v&M University for the spring
:udente.mester of 1957-58 with 1005 IIUNTER

Here is a breakdown of the
otal enrollment ftgura of 2,933 PROF. HUNTER

>>,:;y schools and colleges: If you are tick, worried or in trouble this U the

chool Home of Economics Agriculture...and?...-..-.. 119 1 rT-',' r1 place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the
Allege of Arts and 1II veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,

Sciences ..........-..N......+...... 1005 and advance forward by the help of God under the
"chool .ot Education .._.....?. 900r leadership of Prof. Hunter who has
,;hool of Nursing ...?N_...._ 72 30 years of experience
".ocatlonal-Technlcal Living at its Best in spiritualist and occult science Make your

Institute .......?..*._.__ 68 CAROL ANN APARTMENTS home happy. He will show you how to bypass your
dliarmacy: ..........._-..----.---.i 37 enemies and get the things that life demands for
Law .........?..............._..._ 18 14100 N.W. 24th Court Opa Locka, Fla. you.
:raduate School .. T--m-.1u, 274 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
l uemonstratlon Schools ____ '440 1 Bedroom and 2 Bedroom Near Kwlk Chek Buses
'ursery School ....-._.,.,,...........N. 39 The Baths Showers Playgrounds

HARLEM SQUARE Phone MU 8-0617 Agent on Premises
Or Call Downtown Office: FR 38416JAMES'
208 N.W. 10th St.JiWaRd41d

5 & lOc STORE Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio on

I ;: Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallandalt, Fla. on
1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3.9481 the north side of the road, 1 mile east of 7th ave.

Carver Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of thr..-
r story building. Office Is In the duplex In the front of
.- 'Easter Is Near-April 6-Lay Away Now! the building.He .

Easter filled Baskets 602.50 Boy Sock, ............ pair .29 has fifty times more power than any other
Easter Dresses ..... Boy Long Pant pair 1.00 medium. You will find him far
Bouffant Slip ........ e.. 1.89 Boys Shirt .................... 1.89 advanced In knowl

We build according to Easter Hat ................. 1.49 Boy Hat .................... 1.10 edge.READINGS
your plant ojr our Hat A Bag Set ............ 2.25 Boy Suits, 2 pcs, ........ 1.00 FROM $1.00 UP

Pocketbook ................... .48 Bow Tie ................. ea. .39 '
No down payment Sock ........................ pair .29 Baby Diaper Seta ......... .89 LICENSED BY STATE AND COUNTY
Ue lotcQLJ Ribbon ................ yard .05 Baby Shoes .........._........ .49 _ _ OFFICE HOUR! DAILY
your Cotton Dresses ............ 1.00 Baby Bonnet ................ 1.00 ..
V' B Panties .................... pair .23 Baby Dresses ................. .89 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 79 P.M.-SUNDAY 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M.


NE 58171Oener.1 Simplicity pattern Money Order Sold Every Day 5417 S. W. 17th St.

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Protests Gulfstream Cutt ngNegroes'

Know Her ? ? WHAT IS

AccommodationsMr. Anyone knowing the where-
abouts of Mary Monroe (maiden

-- name), daughter of Adailne and 930 ?
George Monroe of Jacksonville,
- Garth C. Reeves ,., .. the top section over to their F onda, please contact by mail,
Managing Editor White patrons who would put it DODGERS SIGN :Mrs. Jestine Johnson, 1784 Amsterdam
The Miami Timer on a paying basis; (5) that since TAN ROOKIE FOR Ave., New York 31, NY. Drive Carefully
Dear Mr. Reeves: this had been done, the section Ap3
has been filled every day be- RECORD 50 G's
I am taking the liberty of writ- tween 70 percent and 95 per cent -

ing to you about an incident of its capacity; (6) that they still BERKLEY, Calif. (ANP) -
which occurred at Gulfstream had the finest facilities for Col- California Earl
Race Trade on its Opening Day, ored available at any track in the University of the
has been signed by
in the hope that you will publish South and had added quite a Los Robinson Angeles Dodgers for an estimated There is no Vodka
and thereby Inform the public few seats to accomodate our the high-
of $50,000,
and citizens of Miami about people even on the biggest days,
rookie. The
est ever paid a Negro
the same. and with a daily attendance of team, admittedly in need of like Gordon's.
Just before the running of the only 207 (persons, he believes the power, Is very happy about the ..
first race, a shower of rain came facilities they have there more addition. -
up and all of us ran for shelter. than adequate. The star basdball and basket- 189 yean of tradition In car fattkl
Many of us ran to the two stair- ball player was not available for
ways to go up in the grandstand SECOND LETTEROn comment but a university spokesman -
where we could see the running March 19, I mailed another said the contract was in
of the race. You can imagine our letter to :Mr. Donn Jr., the vice "excess of $50,000.
surprise and consternation when president in answer to the above The terms of the contract were
we found! a locked gate at the -tellin' him that we, his Colored also not disclosed.The .
entrance of each stairway. Then, Patrons, had been very proud and 21-year-old infielder-out- EDON
quite a few of us sought to Interview happy over the facilities which fielder was also captain of the
some official of the track, bad been given us when the im- Dear cage team which recentlylost
but were repulsed by the police- provements were made at their in overtime to Seattle 66-62 A ,\
men at the gate who would not track, and we took no exception in a NCAA thriller.
let us through. By this time, the when a year or so ago one-half He played the outfield as well
race was on and I went to find of the grandstand assigned us was as first base and short stop when
my friends, whom I had broughtout taken, because we were awareof the Bears won the NOAA base-
but practically no one couldsee the fact that we had too much ball championship last season. In
the running of the race or any space. 1W7 he batted .333 and 1966 .338
part of itEMPLOYEE that we had too much space so the young rookie has plate rte,

EXPLAINS But we do take exception to power. Mc
the fact that all of the covered This however will make Robinson -
After a while, a Mr. Shaw, seats have been taken from us ,ineligible for the coming collegiate 1DoMaThLLED
who has charge of admissions and the seats which have been eeason. The Dodger camp
came out and said, among other provided us leave us a prey to will get a look at the rookie this
things: (1) that the largest num- the sun and weather when if weekend when he reports for a
ber of Colored patrons they had 'an awning or some sort of cov- weekend workout. .
had on any one day was 507; (2) erln- were put over these seats, ,
that they needed the section of we would have some protectionfrom .
the grandstand that had been allotted the elements. As conditionsnave --
us for the overflow of the been reduced at Gulfstreamfor roD
White section; (3) and that if we the Colored patrons, I feel we for Your Wedding
were not satisfied with the facilities have nothing to be proud or satIsfied choose
which they bad given us with, as all 3 of the tracksare only
we could igo. to the gate and geta now about at par. Recallingthat zai)1m5 p h or er
refund of our money. our admission fee was raised jtQ- erI
Shortly after this, word came from 80 cents to $1.00, we
wonder now what 'we are gettingfor
that the matter would be adjusted
the next day, but quite a few the increase.I .
of us went to the gate and got a have been coming to Miami imammFirwfmiVcltum
rotund of our money, and I, for for the last 8 years, and have -
one, have not been back since been a regular patron at all 3
and do not intend to go to that trades, and do know that Colored I' (
track or either of the other two I patronage has increased greatly
until come shelter is provided. I during this time, and have failed DIE FREE
have been told that more seats to sec all of this overflow in the I I
were 'put on the lower floor the White section, except perhaps on WOC .nplrt. GORDONS VODKA
next day, but certainly that does Derby Day. ".I2 45V I
not take off the matter of shelter ,
of the
.from the weather. I also stated that and many the .the that makes it better
Feeling that statement made by patrons as are to tourists shelter, especially conditions at- MIAMI TIMES l I . name

Mr. Shaw No. 3 was an all 3 tracks are not conducive to 6740 N.W. 16th Ave PL 4812' t, 80 AND 100 PROOF 100ft NEUTRAL SPIRITS INSTILLED FROM GRAIN.
insult to the Colored patrons continued or future partonage, I, 1112 N.W. 3rd Ave PR 82288 CORDON'S DRY GIN co.,LTD,UNDCN,N. j.
which 'practically told me they from all
for one, shall stay away
could stay away from this 3 tracks until some shelter ts provided
track if they cared to, and not'
us. Many of my friends __ ___ w .
believing that this was the sentiments have expressed: themselves like-
of the owners from all I wise.
had heard, I mailed a letter to
the officials of Gulfstream Parkon Thanking you (for any publicityyou
March 9 stating all of the may give this. letter, I am, ROCKLAND PALACE ,

above facts.JIMMY Yours respectfully,
(Mrs.) R. W. Jackson
DONN ANSWERSOn 1745 NW 55th Terr.

March 12, I received an
answer from Mr. Jimmy Donn Jr. 829 N.W. 2nd Avenue
the vice president, and in It he New Lovely Homes

explained the reasons for the Open from S. p..... 2 bedroom
change bK I follows: (1) a com- Florida room, 2358 NW nth torr Goods NOW I
ipletely new grandstand had been teal N.W. 43rd Tort Oarage and Package.
built for us in the hopes of increasing hardwood floor AVAILABLE
patronage; (2) had
left the admission fee at $1.00; (3)) Cull paid for your lots WE MEET, ALL ADVERTISED PRICES
Build tot mine
on your or
four at a loss,
had operated years
Lota for ute
(4) as a consequence, the boardof
had decided to turn JE i.1S40-BARON DRINKS

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Gifts, Card, Dolls and Gifts of all Kind

Poktnc Seta __.. 1.49 2." Dreeoor Sets 6.19 U 12." < I
BoxHandkerchloft Silent Night
Men's __ .91 Cologne Set 1M $.69

Iron l.tI 9.98 Old Spice Cologne
Electric Lanolin ..,... 1.00
Waite Basket .-_ .It and ---'"

Winter Medicine It Approaching Evening Sets _'In_Paris- 1.00 I." ?

Scott's Emulsion .98 1.79 Comb 8ets and.. Brushy 2.49 Dancing Nightlyfood
D,. Brown'sRemedy ,
__ 1.41 Me n's. Small Brief .
.. Mr (i
Father JohnYramln .15 1.15 Cases -- --
Tabs MS Evening 'In Paris Food
Klna'e Men's Set 2.10 Stick Deodorant 2 for 81

SHOP AT Where BARKLEY'S Price Are EVERY Right WEEK I ,\ j Meet the Gang at the Rock/end/ Palace ( \

1201 N.W. 3rd Avenue I .

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March 18 was Coro- Nathaniel Rolle, teacher of are very happy to have our
nation Night for King Jesse Vicks mathematics at Carver High ha principal, Mrs Alese Gill, back
and Queen Vernita Smith of the been awarded by the National with us after a period of illness.
A. I* Lewis Kindergarten.. The Science Foundation. Mr. Rolle The Student Council membersare
affair was exceedingly unique and will matriculate at Morgan State to be congratulated on the
outstanding in all respects. King College this summer. very successful campaigns that
Jesse and Queen Vernita were : Our visitors during the week they have and are putting over.
crowned amid the splendor of a included Dr. Baker Hindman and This week's campaign is dedicated .
royal setting. I II his class in secondary education to Good Manners, not only in
Court Jesters for entertainmentwere I I from the University of Miami. the school but at home and in
The faculty will help its the well.
rendered pupils community as I
by the physical
choose their careers. Members of ; aftJr4 fIJI
education and the music
the faculty will form various The classes of Mrs. Elouise
ment. Mrs. Fannie Jenkins, PTA groups and each specific Cody, Miss Johnnie Allen and
president, presented the awardsto will tabulate information relative Mrs. E. Liberty reported having _Hi
the Royal Family and the remaining to its field. found the trip to the public 11-

contestants. The assembled ; The Junior Red Cross is busily rary a very interesting, informative -
audience: was most appreciative packing gift boxes ,to send to and educational one. I
and thrilled
throughout the
foreign children and
evening performance. The deco- to migratory The sixth grade classes of Mrs.
workers and
ration, program and rehearsal also their children. It is Ruth Jones, Mrs. Gladys Robin-
committee are to be commended which making plans for the favors son, Mrs. Ida K. Sidney and Mrs.
for a remarkable and thorough 'reformatory are to schools be sent to hospitals, Emma Wells are getting ready for f
display of talents and hard workin Ellen Bethel the basketball touranment which '
preparation for the coronation.Mrs. reporter will begin next week. The teams + a
A. Key Vines served as have as their captains, : Paul
general chairman.On DUNBAR ELEMENTARYMrs. Johnson, Richard Williams, Ar-
nold Owens and Felton Nicholson
Tuesday morning the Jr. Clora M. Pearsall, suffering These games are being !played
; Red Cross presented its annual from a very deep cold, returned during the after-school activity _._
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program In convocation for the to her post of duty on .program
intermediate grades. The themeof Monday. Mrs. Pearsall, who was I 1--- Heroines of Dade County Rosella Sullivan, Mary S. Dean,
their skit was "Learning called to the bedside of her son, Remember r- Teachers' Talent you to celebrate Palm Rev. C, II. Hargath, B. Hargath,
About a Great Organization" The Johnny Lloyd, FAMU sophomore Night on Tuesday, April 1 at 8 ; March 30. Procession Harriett Bentley, Mildred Nolle.
participants were: Albert Clark, on last Monday night, reportedthat pm. in the cafetorium. Also see I'leaves Masonic Temple at 2 Seated at front of group: Sisters
Reginald Lee, Sena B. James, he was out of danger bud Wally Futch, the Sparks and sharp. The procession will go to Johnnie Mae Hill. Not shown ire
Sandra Dean, Charity Zeigler, would have a slow convalescence.He many other talented guest artist. Now Hope Baptist Church, 13th Sisters Lillian Dean, Florence
George Newsome and Shirley is at 1449 S. Blvd., Tallahassee street and 1st place, Rev. If. C. Allen, Rossin Seymour, Carrie L.
Thompkins. The Jr. Red Crossis the home of his grandmother, Samuel, pastor. Arnette, Bertha Lowe, Serena
sponsored by Miss A. G. Mrs. Cloretta Mobley.Mrs. Tuskegee Heading from left to right: Sis.' Green, Sybil Johnson, Ellen Wal-
Sweeting. Smith, McPhee, Estella Season, I lace and Annie Mae Brown.
I IVctfv- Burroughs .who' was Alumni ClubThe
Area "M" Curriculum Council the victim of an automobile accident

(comprised of Martin, Moton, ; and Mrs. Inez Johnson, viru lovely home of Mr. and''
Naranza, Mays and Lewis) will victim, both returned to schools Mrs. Roger Williams of \
be responsible for the exhibit on this week after having been out ville, afforded the gala setting for
language arts for the Florida for a week.. the Miami Tuskegee Alumni [ is Vodka
,State Teachers Association meet- The ETV room, Mrs. Nealy, Club and their guests at their no
ing. The FSTA will convene April teacher, presented an original annual Tropical Sip recently. _
s 26-26, in Miami. This will be a skit based on an episode in the The (program was presided over
very comprehensive exhibit, life of explorer Juan Ortiz. The by Mrs. I. C. MiokiiM, secretaryof like Gordon
showing continuity in the teach- last Tuesday with the original cast the club. . :
ing of language arts from grades skit was presented over ETV on '
1-12. The exhitbit will exemplify of Cecelia Lawrence, David Mrs. Charlotte Ford Clark, the 189 of tradition in every bottle
teaching methods and the Smith, James Townsley, and principal speaker, spoke on the yean
children's interpretation of the Kenneth Johnson. Other memberson subject, "Our Heritage. The ad- :y)
methods. Mrs. D. 'tf. Adside is the Monday morning assembly,I dress was 'most timely and In- .IX I

chairman of area "II", and a !Sec- program were solos by Vlrgie I spiring. 1RrOR
ond grade teacher at A. L. Lewis. Bickles and Joan Ctorr: In addition -I The registrations gave a tre- II I
Henry O. McKinney, reporter to group singing. Robert' mendous boast to our scholarship
Nelson L. Adams, principal Shotwell was. the master of cere- fund. DON
monies. The club wishes to thank their

The Women's division of the many friends for their marvelous I
NORTH DADE JR. SR. Miami Chamber of Commerce support.J. !
Carl Capers is
president of
Political endeavor has captivated presented prizes and award rib- this club.
the Interest of most North bons to the following pupils as a I
Dadeites as the campaigning for result of their bicycle slogans:
those highly coveted positions as Gwendolyn Fisher, 2nd prize
leaders of the student body drawsto ribbon and a cash prize; honor- TODAY i
:able mention ribbons to the following -
a close. On Thursday, March 28
the student body, by popular vote, : Samuel Bethel, Mae REGISTERDON'T
Emma Grier Willie Coleman
will elect from candidates Helen ,
Barbary, James Floyd and Vll- Patricia Kelly, Veronica Mapp,
Hubert Miller and Errol Walker. GDeIL/
ktta Jones, the person who will
The pupils entered the contest MISS
serve as president of the Student
through their study of in
Council for the pursuing year.
the Special Projects THE 6TH ANNUALCALENDAR
For the vice president of the Stu- room.

dent Council, George Brooks,
Yvonne Spotford and Robert HOLY REDEEMERSpring TEAOF

Johnson are campaigning vigor- is in the air, and one of THE DISTIUEDODK
ously. Aspirants for the title of its usual symptoms is a decided DADE COUNTY YOUNG
Miss North Bade are three
lack of The
energy. season arrived I
charming young ladies: Betty at Holy Redeemer Junior DEMOCRATIC ASS'NSun.

Clark, Annie Grace Carter and lUfh, but a number of gentlemen
Martha Reese. On the basis of the and ladies didn't seem to be ., April 13 4 p.m.CLUB \ ;
campaigning that has taken place, aware of the accustomed lethargy. .
it would be difficult to rate one Not only did they accomplish 535 ;
of these students over the other the required amount of work, but ,

At the Florida State Parent I they went tar and above the nor- Sir John Hotel .

Teacher Congress, held in Talla- mal standards to gain for them-
hassee, the project entered by the selves distinguished, scholasticand
class of Mrs. Wilhelmina Thomas, co-operative honors. Sincere
instructor of homemaking In the and hearty congratulations to ELNORASUNDRIES
evening program at North Dade these students and to their parents ,
won first place over the other who certainly have a right to be I
entrants of the state. Of the sev- proud of such sons and daughters! your
entrants from Mrs. Thomas' Distinguished: Retina Jolllvette for
live out
you I Il
class, all persons placed either grade 9; Cassandra Gray, grade Brownevllle i
first, second or third. As a resultof 8, Judith Wilcher, grade 8; Cor- WOMEN'S AND MEN'S way HOSE

these efforts, the principal'soffice nelius James, grade 7. WE SERVE |i. .the name that makes it better \1
is adorned with a beautiful Scholastic: Tometro Hopkins, Foremost Ice l
trophy. We congratulate Mrs. grade 9; Marsha McTver, grade 9; Cream 80 AND 100 PROOF 100ft NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN

Thomas and her class. This if Howard Colebrook, grade 8; Cas- Phone NE 4.9441 GORDON'S DRY GIN CO., LTD.. LINDEN, N. I. I
certainly indicative of the line sandra Taylor, grade 7.
work Mrs. Thomas It doing. We would like to take this op- 4338 N.W. 27th Are.J. .
portunity to give a special wordof
Suddenly North Dade's faculty recognition to the students FINCHER, Mgr. I ,
has become athletically Inclined. who have made honors each of lad
Two recent battles staged on the the three quarters. They are cer-
basketball courts had the following tainly deserving of the highest DOUGLAS ROAD CLINIC

results: North Dade defeatedthe praise, and may the end of the
City Policemen by a score of final quarter find them possessors 3197 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla.
39 to 53. They emerged victorious of awards for such achieve BRAND NEW
from their clash with Doney'i ments. Beautiful Specializing In Malernrty Gate and Diseases of Women. Offering .
faculty by a score of 38 to 61.
They next engage in battle with Cassandra Distinguished Gray: Regina and Jollivette Cornelius, 3-Bedroom the Highest Standard of Service 'In the Pre-Natal care

the Booker T. Washington faculty James. (long months before the delivery); The Delivery; Poet Pam l

team.. North Dade will winagain. Cooperative: Ladona Ashby. Hardwood Floors care (oars otter delivery), and equipped with modern tacltltie. *
Scholastic: Howard Colebrook. Garrge
to trot all of the expectant mothtiV n..d$.
Open Sun. 2 to 440 p.m.

Office Hour: 12 noon to t p.m. Dally except Sunday M
WHERE IS Have you seen the 2010 N.W. 56th St.

Wonderful B.lng made change at CAPPER 24 Hour Phone Service Dr. Jamea T. ROM

9301r EVERGREEN CEMETERY CONST. CORP. Phone HlUnd 8-2310 Director
Go out there and see ....
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: you may obtain a blank application
Social Security I at your post office Fill it
out and mail it to the social security -
': i' APATHY GRIPS NEGRO Number Credit NecessaryFor office serving your area.

I 4 4I :' : security Anyone self-employment subject to the tax social must j security another.If you number Use already the, do same have not number apply a social for to

I VOTE DRIVE IN SOUTH have a social security account report any and all earnings.

number in order to receive social Your account number must be
security credit for his net earn- I shown on Schedule C or Schedule
ings, Edward P. Blonston, man-
income tax returnto
ATLANTA, Ga. (ANP) - F your
of the Miami (North) So- I
ager insure credit to your
Apathy Negroes is hampering proper
a concerted drive to set up THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE cial Security Office at 234 NE I social security account. Failure
79th street said yesterday. He
to furnish the correct social security
the voter
Negro rezistration
10 SATURDAY MARCH 29 1958 offered the following advice to number may result In loss
South dis-
strength in the it was those who have a net profit of benefits.
closed last week. of
$400 in a year or more from celf-

The drive was launced last employment.If .
month toy' the Southern Christian you do not have a social security -
Leadership committee, headed by Supreme Court Refuses card, apply for one at your MONROE MUSIC HOUSE
the' Rev. Martin Luther King of nearest social I security office. If
Gospel Music.
Montgomery, Ala. Its campaign of you have lost your card, ask fora Everything in

mass states. meetings Is aimed in at doubling 11 southern the to Review F1a1 Bus Case the duplicate same number.card which will show church Everything furniture AME the Baptist hymnals church.standard :Also 242-.

_ present Negro voting strength; by If it Is not convenient for you hymnals,
5. FR 3-6493.
1960. To do this, it must persuademore to go to a social security office, NW 8th st. apt.

than a million Negroes to '
qualify as voters. The U. S. Supreme court turned
'It Is estimated that Negro vot- down the request for review
the 11 states, FUNDS FORBOMBED the Tallahassee; Fla., bus seating ($10000$20,000 $5,000) To conform with
totaled 1,200,000iln 1966, less than assignment ordinance last week, Florida Law

20 percent. of the total registration. JEWISH University under which and two a Florida Florida A&M State 25% SAVINGS .

CENTER University students were fined By obtaining 'Insurance NOW, before YOU are Involved In an
However, in the first month of and sentenced to Jail. accident
the drive, only a handful report The ordinance requires bus
PAY AS YOU RIDE, with, little down and 8 month to pay
edly responded to the call. The hope that Negro citizens of Ten- drivers to'assign passengers to
drive was launched by a series of nessee "vfill rush to contribute to seats in such a way as to distribute OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY Weekday 9 a.m. to B p.m.

Lincoln day rallies. the rebuilding of the bombed their weight equally, assure
various Jewish center in Nashville" was health and safety and prevent SERVICE FIRST Inc.
Reports from the violence. It does not mention ,
expressed by Roy Wilkins
have been discouraging. In Montgomery ..
the county board of reg- NAACP executive secretary, Fri INSURANCE AGENCY

istrars reported a drop In Negro day as he addressed a mass meeting However, the NAACP, in seek- 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 9-5284
voter applicants. Birmingham re of the Memphis branch of the 'ing to test the ordinance, bold
ported "less since the rallies than association. that in practice the drivers seg-

before." In other areas, either "Already the nation has had a regated White and Negro passengers -
there was a 'dropoff or no in- taste of what it can expect :. The group was also attacking -
crease. from the doctrine of hatred and the law as unconstitutionally -

Said Dr. George W. C. Brown, defiance," Wilkins declared. vaigue.
president of the Virginia Voters "Just this week in Nashville and The high court, In turning down
League, Norfolk: lin Miami, Jewish centers were the case, gave no explanation.
bombed, However, the general opinion is THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
"Our 'big problem is to find out
SICK WITH PREJUDICE that the case was' not in a proper PSYCHIC READER
how to awaken the Negroes. We
status to be passed upon by the
will just have to meet and work "There were cowardly acts by tribunal, since it had been before
out some methods and techniques sick but dangerous people. Al- the lower courts only in Florida.
of overcoming the apathy, indif- ready ill with prejudice against Generally speaking the Supreme
ference, complacency and unconcern ' both Negroes and Jews, those court does not hear a case' until
among Negroes.; who planted the bombs were the highest court of a state has

made: bold by groups of so-called ruled upon it.
Easter Sunrise.:: respectable people( which have
Involved in the
urged The youths case
publicity that the courts be
:.. defied. are Leonard D. Speed) and John-
Service They were made bold, also
Herndon of Florida A&M
by the timid ones who know what ny I
is right, but who are afraid to University; and Joseph Spagna,
Easter Sunrise Service will be Florida State University. They .
speak out. When the .
held on the Sweeting's Estate, their law-defying state- each drew 60 days in jail and $500 rFa w N ,,

2148 NW 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale, ments and pass their resolutionsof fine.
Easter Sunday at6 a.m. Special resistance
the sick little haters
music by Northwest Branch below take
these for a go-signal,
YMCA Boys Chorus ''under the to
use violence. Free MovieThere
direction of Mr. Jones and the .
Dillard High School chorus, under 'J hope that the Negro citizensof will be a movie shown
the direction of Mrs. !Rhoda Tennessee will rush to contrib- "The Happiness of the New Let my years of Experience guide and protect you through Life
Sneed. The Easter message will ute to the rebuilding of the Jew- World Society," at 1736 NW 3rd at a LlghthouM guides the ship In a storm
be delivered by Rev. II. J. Ever- ish center in Nashville and thus court, April 2'at 7:30 pm. by the
ette, pastor of the Mt. Bethel express in a tangible way our Miami West Unit of Jehovah's WHEN OTHERS PAIL YOU SEE ME {)
Baptist Church. Dr. Sweeting will horror and outrage over this Witnesses All persons of goodwill For Success In Business And '
appear in royal regalia 'with a dastardly act." are invited. Free.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People New. per"

Althea Gibson to Play in


Good Neighbor Tourney The most recent government'
ACAL NDAROF estimate says that the federal
highway program will cost. $37-
.. 622000000. This is $10 billion
Althea Gibson of New York fact and .iff1.Opinion above the figure given at the
City, the current U. S. national .. time Congress voted the program.Admiral .
and Winibleton tennis champion, Top Coaches Listed fI
has filed for play in the 10th an- over Is called -
nual Good Neighbor Champion- the father of the atomic sub-
ships staffed at Flamingo Park, marine, is extremely critical of
Miami Beach, March 31 April ..&1
6. for Fla. A. & M ClinicTallahassee "frills" in American education
An AP dispatch: quotes him assaying
Eddie Herr tournament chairman Henry Ilazlitt writes in News- :: "I'd throw all of the
reported that Althea is now week: "The worst of all remediesfor fringe courses out of our schools.
participating in the Caribbean Three Florida Attucks High School, Indianap the recession is that proposed For Instance In one Illinois
Walter Reuther and
by the
circuit with play being held at oils, will be in charge of the school system they have a course
coaches and trainer
University a AtPL-CIO. It is further increase
Montego Bay next a -
week prior to
basketball section. Persons seeking in how to know if you're In love.
have been named clinicians to in wage rates to increase
the Miami 'Beach event. At both as In another school they have a
application or further Information purchasing power' , A further
Barranquilla Colombia, and Caracas the 14th annual Florida A&M course in rest you can get
Venezuela, crowds may contact Coach Gaither increase above (present peak wags
were Coaching Clinic to be held here, credits for resting. And In Flori-
rates would
simply costs
turned away to see the top- June 9-13. at Florida A&M. da they have a course in fly cast
ranking woman amateur In action of production, squeeze out more ing."
profit margins price more goods
Clinic Director Jake Gaither
It was just a few years ago and more labor out of the mar- A House subcommittee tot-
says that Coaches Tom Nugent of MAE'S BEAUTY SHOP I ket increase stillmore has
(1951) that Mks Gibson !played Florida State, Bob Woodruff of aled up more than 100 commercial
In. her first tournament in the reduce payrolls, reduce labor's acivlties in which
the University of Florida, Gene Glamour Styles Friendliness total Income and govern
turn recession -
South when she defeated all Road ment-owned or operated business''
Ellenson of the University of 2050 Service into real "
comers in the Good Neighbor At Miami, and trainers Sam Lank- Opa Locka( Fla. depression. competes with private business.
that time the player.just recently ford of the University of Florida Phone MU 80478
selected as the outstanding are included in the top list of AS (Between 1932 and 1956 the fed Automation may have its advantages -
woman sports personality of 1957 consultants for this year's clinic.: eral government's tax collection but it is causing a major
was struggling to reach the top. increased from less than $2 billion problem In the field of medicine,
Althea now returns to this area Woody Hayes coach of the BE SICK? to more than $72 billion At according to an article in The
as a "true world's champion." year for 1957 and head coach of WHY the same time, Citizens Public Journal of the American Medical
The woman's competition of the Rose Bowl champions of Ohio Examination of your Personal All. Expenditure Survey, Inc. pointsout Association by Dr Robert H.
the Good Neighbor will be limit- State University heads the out of mint plus examination of heart, the government extendedthe ames More and more people are
ed to a draw of 32 players. It is state coaches to appear here for lung,' stomach, liver, pall bind application of its taxes to tending to become overweight as
not a foregone conclusion, des- ,the five-day confab. The football der, rectal, prostate, nerve re. almost every kind of tax resource a result of our new sedentary life
pite the entry of Miss Gibson .ection will be June 9-11 and flexes, blood pressure and url. the only major exceptions being which provides more leisure time
that she will repeat her win of basketball June 1213. nalysla, Including x-ray at Indl the property tax and general with less heavy. physical work.
1951. Althea was beaten at Bar Accepting Invitations to lec- cated. Free consultation Clip and sales tax. -

ranquilla by Miss Janet Hopps, ture during the clinic, were bring this adlTreatments MOMIY <0*>W
Seattle, Wash, which marked her Frank Howard, head coach of for blood, skin or The New York Times quotes intO o'NYO'WI* M*
first loss of 18 months of Inter- Clemson College Burton Inger- urinary disease, piles, rectal, Dr. Howard A. Rusk as saying WAiu'N'HY MOMfutfc
national competition. At Caracas, ren, line coach, University Illinois stomach trouble, prostate gland that this year about 500,000 aw
Miss Gibson was extended to Moss, backfield coach trouble, backache, rheumatism, Americans will enter into retirement -
three sets before defeating Maria Perry of Wisconsin '.Ten-, nervousness, low vitality, ulcer, More than 14,000,000 men
Esther Bueno, South America's to" hormane deficiency, lost vigor, and women have reached the F4OORS COM ML IT I
Coleman end coach, Georgia
arthritic and chronic dl.......
leading woman player Tech; Nick Koty, head coach widely accepted retirement age of WITH fVANV Aj t> URVIVNf.
It would be a safe bet however, Charles Wailer backfield coach New Location 65, and their number is
to predict that when Wlmbjedon) Coral Gables High School, and SOUTHERN CLINIC ing by more than 400,000 Increas-I MORt'OAQ'lV"MOVE' I'
Is staged at the end of June, Miss Clemson. 2847 Coral Way w'LL'WAN.Qv'U'; T.HI JCtYKOR
Gibson will be in the champion's Hours: 10-B. Closed Wed.Thurs. Secretary of Commerce THI flf( T' MONt'H
circle once again courtesy Ing before Coach Ray Crowe of Crispus has appealed ,for extension of the
Queen Elizabeth. reciprocal trade program in line
with Administration requests.He NO 'OtHil''tOT;
NAACP SEEKS states that the jobs of more .vy MJTI OR COtOrUPWl
than 4,500,000 Americans depend
450,000 MEMBERSIN LAST CHANCE TO SEE AND HEAR on international trade and .BUILDn-omoA tUV COTiwi HOOMSor
that "it's either more trade or
1958 trouble."
NEW YORK The NAACP is Some American steamship MIAMI ICAcH
seeking 450,000 members as its companies are working toward '
1958 goal, it was announced here i I. construction of nuclear-powered
today by Miss Lucille Blade, the merchant ships within five years.
association's tary.The membership secre-I LEE ALLEN AND HIS BAND

spring phase of the NAACP
membership campaign will open I "Walking With Mr. Lee" ...........t.............................../UNN.N.1.//0, .. ,111......,... ..1I' \
t on April and will continue thru , ;.',
June 15. In the autumn the mem- ", '
SAT. SUN. MARCH 28 29. 30
FRL ,1
bership effort will be conducted , .
between Sept. 15 and Nov. SO. 'I '
As in the past Miss Black ex- ", .. ,.
plained, the membership cam SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 p.m.-2 a.m. & l1 <<.
local .. VI\- ,, I".,' .;
paign will be carried on by m ;'" ," .',
branches with the guidance and ""I\'tI\\ 'Jj;
assistance of the national office "t '.""" .M
and the state units. Each branch .'1fj:
is assigned a quota based u;on BEGINNING MONDAY, MAR. 31
the population in the community. kaei ,
fae'zee ,
t The branches have been urged
1 to enlist wide community sup- BOBBY BLUE BLAND :
& port in the membership effort 't
.\ through churches, clubs, fraternities -
and labor organizations. Intensive :
campaigns have been PLUS wd1aided

mapped by those branches con- pr
ducting their drives this spring. JUNIOR PARKER AND HIS BAND
Final reports on
campaign will be made by the
: branches at the Association 49th 1Ilhpi r I ,
i, convention which meets In Cleveland ADMISSION 75 Cents "

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THE MIAMI TIMES-"ThePeoples' Newspaper" BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Gray's visit He outlined the with songs from the Echoes of''
I like "Hold on Out,
1 meeting as follows: Tuesday Zion-songs
Mrs Lucille Baffin of the Baha'i evening at 7:30: the public Bible "Time is Winding Up", "We Are
MARCH 29 1958
Assembly of Miami will dis- speaking class and ministry development Soldiers of The Cross," and
cuss "Prophesy Fulfilled" at the class will be in session "Jesus is Tenderly Calling..'

Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th ave., at the local Kingdom Hall,
7.45: p.n. Sunday, March 30. All 613 NW 2nd Ave. GREATER NEW BETHELMrs.
races and faiths are. cordially invited Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
R. Conley clerk
: Mr. Gray will visit the St. Agnes Smithy,
Rev. W. K. pastor
Parrish Hall at 1736 NW 3rd Ct. .
TRINITY WESLEYANRev. Public Movie. Thursday eveninghe Sunday School opened at 9:30

George E. Johnson, pastor will explain the Lord's Meal ajn. with Deacon King officiat

Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Scripturally.
. _M Sunday School ................_ 9 a.m. Saturday evening he will con- were 9) classes with 118
y'd Morning worship ...................11:00: duct a special session at the local students present. The offering
Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. Kingdom Hall, this startingat banner was rewarded to class No.
rr 8 pjm.Sunday. 9. The attendance banner went to
afternoon at 7 p.m. Mr. class No. 4. The high pointer of
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Gray will deliver the widely ad- the lesson was Deacon King.
vertised lecture "A New Song
_____ N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. For All Men of Good Will." This The morning hymn service was
I Phone FR 9-1424 will be followed( by the weekly conducted by iDeacon Samples and
MASSES "Watchtower"' study. Mr. Gray Deacon Reed. The No. 2 junior
Daily........................??....... 8 a.m. will then conclude his visit witha choir and the No. 1 senior choir
Sunday........... 7 ajn. & 8:30 a.m. rendered the service.
talk of encouragement to the song
local unit.
The message was delivered by
St. Matthew AME Zion public All meetings and are free are open to the our pastor from the 10th chapterof

1st Corinthians, 12th verse. His
1628 N.W. 5th Ave.
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor ST. JAMES A.M.ET subject was "It Is"Time For Your
Sunday School ............... 9:45: ajn.
U- MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. Dr.Mrs.A. C.Joseph W. Brooks Reddlck, reporter, pastor The evening hymn service was

Evening worship ............ 7:30 p.m. conducted by Deacons Herringtonand
E. M. Thomas, pastor D. A. !Bradley, pastor "The Truth Shall Make You Clements. The junior choir
Oretha Holder reporter LIllie Ruth Smith, reporter THE INCARNATION Free," >was the theme of our No.1 and the senior choir No. ,2

The services at Mt. Calvary begin Through the grace of God we pastor's message during the 11:00 rendered the song service.
with the Sunday School with were able to enjoy a wonderfulday Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr, vicar a.m. worship service which was Our own Rev. C. McCleary delivered

Bro. G. Mann, superintendent !in in the service of the Lord. Veronica O'erry, reporter thoroughly enjoyed by all who the message.
were present. Accepted into full Deacon Lovett sponsored an after -
charge.At We !were filled with the Holy Holy Week Schedule of Service
membership during that service service program raising funds
11< a.m. an Inspiring devo- Spirit beginning with Sunday PALM SUNDAY/
tional service was held with the School. A very fine lesson was Church School............. 9:30: a.m. was Doris H. Cullen, a former for featured Women's Day. The program
deacons In charge. Due to the taught by Rev. Richardson: highlighted Solemn Sung Mass with member. During the 7:00: p.m. spiritual songs by our
death of our beloved Sis. H. by Bro. Smith I Blessing and Distributionof Vesper service "The Sportsman male chorus.

Thomas, the pastor was not pres- Palms .................... 10:30 a.m. Square Circle Club were our BAPTISTRev.
of Men's ANTIOCH
The observance Day honored guest.
ent during the day. The Rev. J. Solemn Outdoor
IL Stephens took charge of the was held Sunday at our church Procession ....... 5:00: a.m. Music for the occasion of Palm O. W. Foster, pastor
services. The morning's messagewas The cooperation was extremelywell. Solemn Evensong and Sunday will be !furnished by the A. L. Johnson, reorter
The captains did
group a Young Peoples Choir and the
delivered by a visiting minister "The Story of The
Rev. Lang. very fine Job to make this occasion Cross' in song .....,..,... 6:30: p.m. Gospel chorus In evening Vesper Unity is strength. We are hap-
a success. HOLY MONDAY service. Dr. Reddlck will deliverthe py .to see the auxiliaries working

At 3:00: p.m. a program was The morning message was won- Low Mass ...........?........... 6.30: ( a.m. sermon at the 11:00 a.m. together. Sunday School was
held featuring the talents of the I derfully delivered by Rev. Rich- Evensong and worship period from the theme timely. The theme of the lesson

youths of Mt. Calvary and other ardson. Meditation ..........._..?... 8:00: p.m. "The King to Acclaim" and during was, "The Church and World
churches. All present seemed to We were blessed ,to add Bro. HOLY TUESDAY the evening worship servicehe Evangelism."

have enjoyed the program. Knight to our church as a deacon. :Low Mass ...?..?.............. 6:30 a.m. will speak from the subject An inspiring devotional servicewas
Sunday night the sermon was Rev. Smith of Opa Locka con- Evensong andMeditation "Divine Kingship." enjoyed throughout .the day.

delivered by Rev. J. (H. Stephens. ducted the ordination service. ................ ....8:00: p.m. Passion: week will be observed Choir No. 2 rendered music and
The sermon was well deliveredand The afternoon message was HOLY WEDNESDAYLow throughout next week beginningat usher board No. 1 !served. The

spiritually consoling. Duringthe presented by the Rev. Picket Mass .....?............?... 6:30: a.m. 7:30: p.m. Monday night Bro. Rev. W. T. Thompson delivered
day's service we were able to from St. John. His theme was. Benediction and Preparationfor Theodore Roddy: Tuesday night the message taken from St. Matthew -

take into membership two child "Use What You Have." Holy Communion .... 8: p.m. Rev.. O. E. Turner: Wednesday, 11:28, "Come unto me, andI
ren as candidates for baptism. MAUNDY THURSDAY night Rev. R. Carter; Thursday will give you rest
Our crowned
Friends in let pastor was kingof
our prayers
not forget the sick, and those Mt. Carmel for raising the Choral Mass and night Rev. S. L. Gay; and Friday At 3 p.m. the missionary socie-
Stripping of The Altar 6:00 from 12 until 3 .
who are in need of spiritual guid most money. Bro. J. Gibson, run- a.m. noon pjn. Good ty sponsored a musical program
ance. Visitors you are welcome to ner up and Bro. A. Gaines third. GOOD FRIDAY Friday services will be observed. A very enjoyable repast of ice
\ We wish Mass of The Pre. Dr. Elwin Lamb director of Religious cream cake served
with to acknowledge the and was at I
worship us on Sundays.ST. presence and thank the many visitors Sanctified ................... 6.30'ajn.: Education of the 11 th the close of the program.. '

PAUL A. M. E. and friends for turning out Three Hour Meditation Episcopal District and presiding The BTU is very much in needof
with us on Sunday. You are always 12:00: 3:00: pan elder of the North Jacksonville attendance. We are hoping that
Rev. F. E. Snead, pastorM. welcome to come in and HOLY SATURDAY District will conduct the South the church as a whole would con "
Braynon, reporterAs worship with us. Lighting of The New Fire Florida area seminar at St. I I sider our effort in trying ,to build :
I Blessing of The Font James AME Church Parish Hall this auxiliary. J
we approach the Eastcx !I FIRST UNITARIAN Holy Baptism ................ 5.00: p.m. beginning April 3-5. This seminar I
season all hearts will be in tune is for the benefit of all Shlloh's No. 2 choir rendered
with the multitude who cried Take Charge of Your Own MARTIN MEMORIAL AME who hold commissions on persons state music at the evening worship and: f".
with loud noises Hosanna in the Destiny" will be the sermon topicof conference or presiding elder district Rev. E. D. Dennis delivered the
highest, and with those Who removed the Rev. Glenn O. Canfield, Richmond Heights level. message taken from Jonah 2:2.::
their coats and cut palm minister! of the First Unitarian Rev. Albert Jones, pastor Our friends and visitors are always ..
branches from the trees and laid Church, Dixie Highway at SW 29 Wilma M. Harris, reporter welcome to worship with

them in the road. After this the Road, on Sunday, March 30, 11 The third ST. MATTHEW BAPTIST us.
Master made His triumphal entry am. Flowers that morning will beI Sunday was truly a
into Jerusalem. I|I given in memory of Miss Nina E. wonderful day at our church. The Last Sunday we sponsored out
". St Paul will be host to the McAdam, former president of tIn service was morally and spiritually first official Men's Day and it was GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev.
Laymen League Sunday at 9:30 congregation and head of the de- high.( The scripture lesson for very good. We thank our many James Culmer, pastor
a.m. with Mrs. Lucille Baker !in I art men t of guidance for the Dade the morning was taken from the friends who turned out and helped Eddie Edwards clerk
: charge. I I1 I County tion.\ The Board Liberal of '''Religious Public Instruc Youth The 12th pastor chapter also of took the Book his text of Acts.tromthe morning us put and over evening the program.speakers The, Sunday School ......?.__ 9:30 sun..

\1 The 11 a.m. services will begin I group will meet at 6:30: that even same chapter and preached a the Hon. Abe Aronovitz and Mr Morning worship ..___ 11:00
with choir No.1 leading the ing at the church. beautiful sermon. Albert -of the House of Albert, Westminister Fellowship ._ 6 p.m.. I',
t: processional. There will be a At three o'clock we held the were great. May God bless theme I II .
special Palm Sunday service with "The Role of Religion in the first quarterly conference for th The services were highlighted by I
V infant baptism.' All (parents are Life of the Arab" will be discusse year. The presiding elder, Rev. Rev. Clark's singing in the choir : NEW BETHEL BAPTIST 'i'iI
asked to have their babies at the at the Miami Community For W. B. Coffey preached the sermon We thank All the Men of the I 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. '

church at 1033: : a.m. um on Wednesday, April 2, 8:15 I taken from the 23rd chapter of church for their cooperation, especially Rev. G. Jones, pastor "'
The evening worship will p.m., at the church. Dr. Sania Job the 10th verse. : Bro. Mike Ferguson who Sunday School ._ 9:4-5
k touch off a series of religious services I Hamidy, formerly of Lebanonand The scripture lesson was conducted the choir, the Rev. Morning worship M?_?? .._:_ iioo ajn.:

t' commencing at 6:30 p.m. associate: (professor in the department taken from St. Matthew 27:11.: Allan Ferguson for handling the Evening worship ?,?._..___ 7:30,
Each Sunday. These cervices will of Human Relations at All auxiliaries and other organ program, the Rev. Brown for the
} ': last one hour. the University of Miami, will be izations made their financial re way he introduced the speakers,
t .' Visitors are alwayS welcome at the speaker. port. Mrs Gloria Hunt was re- and the sisters for their /coopera- 'Take Charge
J St. Paul. Watch for our mammoth Teen-age delegates from Unitarian ! elected secretary: for the quarter tion.Another of Your Destiny"Strmon
baby contest. Who will be churches and fellowshipsin ly conference. Mrs. Wilma M. treat is in store for Rev. Glenn by '

I the winner? All boards and clubs the southeastern states will attend Harris was electcr reporter. this Sunday. (The famous Echoesof Sunday Service _O._Canfield._ 11:00- ;'
will sponsor a baby.FRIENDSHIP the Dixie Fed Conference in The trustees held their regular Zion will sing morning and "
S meeting Church School ,,,.,,...,,.tl.__ 1WO .'
.. Nashville on April 46. Discussion Thursday evening at the evening for the regular services. FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
BAPTIST leaders from Vanderbilt Univer home of Mrs. Olive Ware. We are Come and get your heart filled Dixie Hwy. at 8.W. 29th Road
j and reminding you alain please sup with the Gospel and soul
sity Peabody College will assist stirred
Rev. C. J.
Burney pastor
\ port our barbecue
the youth groups in their dis on Saturday
Claudia Wilson, reporterWe cussions on "Conformity versus nights at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Gross, 14760 Harrison SPECIAL EASTER DISCOUNT
had a fine Sunday School I Non-Conformity. SALE
I St. We extend a warm welcome -
lesson that was enfoved. and Inspiring SOUTHERN
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to all TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. to all our visitors and CHOIR

Our pastor delivered both the friends. GOWNS COMPANY
morning and evening messages. L. A. Thompson, pastor

The morning text was found in Services approprite to the oc JEHOVAH'S WITNESSESThe 216 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
Psalms 162: The evening text was casion will be held on Sunday. FR 4-2737 FR L8011
Psalms 842.: Both messages were I All auxiliaries are urged to make Miami West unit of Jeho Room 212
I. delivered with much power and their quarterly report. vah's Witnesses will be visited
filled with the Holy Spirit Cometo by Sterling W. Gray Jr, circuit { Custom made choir : I I
The 'combined choir is working
TU at 350: and enjoy your traveling representative of the .
selves in that department. in preparation for the Easter services Watchtower Society. He will visit ;,,.
I I. and the children are making this unit between April .1 to 8. Quality!) I
I ,We were so grateful to see ready to (give a good accountof The purpose of this visit is to Lowest Price*11 /t'
some of our sick back to services. themselves in their program. strengthen the ministerial activi-
Continue in prayer for our sick The No. 2 ushers will present ties of the local congregation. This From $10.95
members. There were a number their Post Easter Review on Monday will be done by instructive Bible
of visitors present in both lerI" evening, April 6. This prom- talks and practical application ,in New Styles Old Style.
., vices of which we were so grateful lace to be a gala affair. the door-to-door ministry. Choice of Finest Fabric
,.' to have. Friendship is where I All Tentu le-itea have a date Mr. Gray fa a graduate of the Cap ? Collar .
; you are able to feel a very warm with Sunday, April 20. That's Watchtower Bible School of Gil- Stole
i,. welcome at all times. the time the annual spring con ead in South Lansing N. Y. All Colors and Combinations
test between the men and wo- | Bennie Crump presiding minister -
Larry d
1 men culminates. The men promse of the local unit said there Dlekett will call on you at no
Drive Carefully! to give the ladles plenty 1' .. .'!rht change in the obligationdRieds'
trouble. meeting during the week of Mr. I

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MARCH 29, 1958 PAGE 13

In-Around The Bahamas

Special Services on Rev. Hughes At
-- By
I Mayflower Sunday St. John Sunday
I On Sunday, March 30, 9:30: a.m.
Preparations are being made fora graduated with top honors In a a special non-denominational ser- Rev. Arthur J. Hughes of Jack-
conference of the 'Progressive class of 68. Mr. Bethel, on a government I vice 'will !be held aboard the Mayflower sonsonvllte, a former Miamlan,
Liberal Party in Nassau 'on the scholarship, took a I 2nd. returned to the city several days
evening of March 19 and 25. The course In Automatic Telephony In I Rev. Earle Hively, pastor of St.I ago to enter his daughter,
principles and ,policies of the par England In 1949-50. I'James Lutheran Church of Coral Janyce, in a local hospital. An
FOR SALE ty are to be explained at these I I Gables, Mil present the sermon, eye operation is pending.
sessions. It is that delegates James Allardyce Gibson, 42,
expected; "
I entitled
FURNISHED: HOUSE. 1431 NW "Behold! Your King.
+ the late C. I. Gibson and Rev. Hughes who formerly
from most of the 45 son of ,
55th terrace. Mrs. Eleanor Johnson will be the,
6 rooms and bath. branches located on all the Out Mrs. Gibson, died at his home in soloist. fought in local fight circles as a
Very nicely furnished. Shown by March 11. He I welter and middle-
Islands will be in attendance. Chippingham on promising
appointment Call All denominations and faiths,
only. PLaza
was a former 'pharmacist at the weight, was popularly known over
8-6176. Reasonable terms. I I Louise Wallace( was reported Bahamas General Hospital and are admission cordially charge invited.for There those is attending no the state as Fighting Schumacher.After .
missing for two days from her served in the, Army during his retirement from the
HOME. 2 bedroom 1 bath the church services, and
home on Eneas Lane, south, on World War n. I ring Rev. Hughes entered into
and landscaped. Call Mr. Williamson (following the sermon the entire
March 13. A native of Conch His survivors are his mother, business, first as a shoe repair-
FR 1-0969. congregation will be guests of the
I I Sound, Andros, the aged womanis I Mrs. B. Gibson, a daughter, Mrs. Miami Jaycees to 'inspect the man and later as a seller of gospel -
believed Kenneth Herious two brothers, music.! He devout
DREAM HOUSE, NW 56th St., to have wandered ; Mayflower II, view the Pilgrim was a mem-
Hartman and Irvin, two sisters, ber of John
A St. Institutional
away. searching party was sent Baptist
east of 17th ave, 2-bedroom CBS. II Museum and the color and sound
Mrs. Neville Bethell and Mrs. C.
where he sang in the
film which depicts the construction
Many extras. See Herb Munnings
W. Sawyer; a grandson, Kenneth choir and often appeared in broker, 1530 NW 57th st. PLaza of the vessel and its crossing
'1-<9M. Carl Mark Bethel Inspector of Herious Jr., and other relatives. from England to Airierlca. to the piano accompaniment
i telephones in the Teie-communl- The Miami Jaycee sonsored of Mrs. Hughes.For .
Mrs. Rhona Hutcheson left for
cations Department, returned to
GAS Mayflower II exhibit has been
STOVE. Large A-l, $65.00. Nassau on March 11 from the New York City last Monday, five years Rev. dfughes
NEwton 5-4070. held over in Miami by (populardemand lived in St. Augustine where h.
RCA Institute of Technology, March 17 to be at the bedside of ,
and will remain until
New York. On one year's leave of her oldest daughter, Mrs. Wilhel- pastored the First Baptist Church
6. It is located Mac-
LOTS. Landscaped corner, 89x109 April on one of the city's and
largest most
absence at his own expense, he Wright, who has suffered a
NW 59th st. and 24th ave. Lots in took a course in electronics' and relapse from her recent illness. Arthur Causeway, adjacent to the 'Proil':save At Florida Normal
Liberty City or Brown Subdivision I' Goodyear !Blimp base. and Memorial College he was
We build to suit on our both a student and instructor of
lot or yours. We take care of all Funeral For Henry FOR SALE shoe repair.

financing. Cash paid for your lot FOR SALE
or home. JE 8-1340. Baron. Clarke Sr. Held HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Baby crib Moving to Jacksonville in No-
r and foam rubber mattress, che.fc vice nlber' 1M6, Rev. Hughes was
Beautiful tree covered lots ,. of drawers to match lamp table called to pastor St. John Baptist
1956 BUICK Roadmaiter, in fast growing PENSA- /y : and lamp with shade. Reasonable. Church of that city. On last SUn-

COLA area convenient to , '" \" ", ,\ Phone MO 7-1992. day night he woe guest preacherat
.,." Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Rev.
industrial Fot .
all power, mounted tire on large plants. '''' Edward T. Graham
pastor. Palm
information write X1 had charge of arrangements with Sunday morning I March 30, Rev.
rear extension, perfect con H. E. ENGSTROM interment in Charlotte Jane Memorial Hughes will deliver the sermonat
t Cemetery.The St. John Baptist Church, Rev.
dition air co| Burgess AgencyRt. deceased is survived by a Thedford Johnson, pastor.
condition. Private 6, Box 628 wife, Vera; a son, Henry Jr., a
Pensacola Fla. daughter, Eloyce Clarke Jennings Mrs. Hughes is the former Mia
owner. Terms can be ar and other relatives. Clarice Allen of Miami.

ranged. Call JE 8-6676.

Business OpportunityLIQUOR In Fine MiteJceyFLEISCHMAWS


2-BEDROOM HOME. Furnished.
Reasonable. By week or month.
Call FR 4-6728, 2116 NW 60th St. Bar & Package Store

Located in

with EFFICIENCY modern conveniences.APT. Furnished Near South Bay, Fla. ,V..t IS THE BUY

two bus lines. Located at S268 Wonderful Opporutnity
NW 46th st. Call PL 8-4433. --.-- ..

BEAUTIFULLY: Furnished Apt. for a hu.tlinaman 'HENRY NEWTON CLARK LGc

Two telephones, only $20 per Phone PL 90485CASH Death came to Henry Newton
week. 6131 SW 67th street, South Clarke Sr., Friday, .March 21, at
Miami Can be seen 1 to 0 p.m. 1 o'clock at Jackson Memorial

Sunday. Phone MO 7-7339. Hospital which resulted from an 14
auto accident
ROOM. Private home. Phone .
Clarke, a pioneer Coconut 4 ,(Ayz4
PL 9-2496. REWARDFOR Grove citizen, who lived at 3456
Williams ave., became ill while
ROOM. 'Nice, comfortable room INFORMATION driving his automdblle during
for rent in new 'bedroom apart i
which time he
experienced: a
ment. Private entrance. 1232 NW LEADING TO THE f ,
I dizzy spell and passed out. The ,
1st place, apt. 11. Near bus and BELOW LISTED Pt
II car was wrecked after Clarke lost : .t'. '"
Jitney lines. VEHICLES control.

'57 Pink Cadillac, Ttxae PU4501 He was taken to the hospital
NICE ROOM, to couple or single '64 Red and Whit Oldsmobile, where he died a few hours later, "CIS L"AI ;
lady. Call NA 1-3502.
Ohio 2145L A diagnosis revealed that death pa *
I resulted from a brain hemorr ctrif.:4f4.: );),
\Mwith a nice Christian lady '62 Black and White hage.
for rent. Very comfor ab.e. use California MKBS50 Old.mobll"j Mr. Clarke arrived in Coconut 10 I'..oorfliiniTH

of utilities, 1934 NW 58th St.. All Information strictly Grove at an early age and It was
NE 5-8915. confidentialInvestigations I there he made his home. He Invested p
I wisely and accumulated : : (
vast holdings of real estate. lie
WANTED : owned "property In the Grove, itt h."DlD W"'IKlt' tS ,

GIRL. Drug business, part time. Unlimited, Inc. surrounding areas and In Fort ...,AoIIIIwI"- -AO.
Apply at Midway Park DrugStore Lauderdale. --d/o :y
,j. 2206 NW 62nd ,t. FR 1-3111 Funeral services for Mr. Clarke
were held on Thursday Afternoonat 'I' $2.93 PintP1IOOF1sWBY
4 o'clock at St. Paul AME {
Church of which he was a member 4' ;
Avon Calling Avon can /with the Rev. Thomas C.
Kelley Jr.. officiating.
now offer you an exclusive 2 HOUSES, 1 LOT !Bethell Williams Funeral Home

NEAR 66th STREET 90 !
territory near your home. 1 Mortgage

!, Don't delay. Call FR 1-6407 Both CBS 34>edroom. iVt FOR SALE

baths, and 2Hbedroom, 1 bath. Only Fkiscnmann'i hu more Proof 90 Proof as comparedwith :
, for appointment.The Furnished, good income. See today BY SUMMONSBrand all other leading bleed They arc only 86 Proof.
Open house 1 to 0 pm. Sat FJe dun4nn's90 means more navor-more enjoymentmore
Exclusive Beauty Shop has urday and Sunday. $1,995 down new 2.b.droom CBS Mtiifaction. And-Fkiscnmann'i surprising mild.
opening for 3 operators. The will handle; $14,500 total. horn, 7677 NW 14th av*. Only ness and exceptional amoothncu tell you that you're getting
phone number has been changed $1,600 down.2.bedroom. the highest quality in every bottlo.That's why Flelschmann's
to PL 7-9237. met VALUE VALUE offers you so much more than any whiskey I la America.
CBS home on cor.

Bakery Restaurant. Small Nicely landscaped 2-'>edroom $1,296 down. THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
a CBS. One mortgage payment,
Investment needed. Good opportunity $79.00 month. Near everythlnf. bedroom all CBS home, 1469
1119 NW 3rd Ave. Check: two. NW 66th St Only $1,200 down.

10.rOGm nouse fully furnished
r FOR SALE 4 Bedrooms 2 Baths 520 NW 7th St. I

BEAUTY two lot corner .
on Beautiful CBS. Tile roof hard FOR THESE SPECIALS

t desirable location, 3- day.wood $3.000 floors, 75x109 cash: will lot. See handle to; CALL Two bedroom house, terrazzo floor, tile

bedroom, hardwood floor, $16,800 beauty. J. A. ,SUMMONSDAY ,bath, 2530'N.W. 165th Terr. Rent is very

garage, vanitorie, 2901 CALL OR VISIT OR NIGHTHI

NW 43rd terr. LoU for sale. Gold Coast Realty 4-2448 or HI I.017IS781 Reasonable

Cash for your lot. Baron, 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave. GRAND AVENUE Fla. CALL PL 4-4909
PL 46608 Miami S3. Coconut Grove,
JE 81340. Open 3-5
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family of Dank Dean who family of the late, BuriedHenry loving memory of the late,
departed this life on March 12''
wish to thank the many friends I Edgecombe died on
who sent cards and flowers and March 16 at his home 443 NW
helped In any way during their 4th ave, Ft. Lauderdale at the
moments of sadness. Thanks also age of fourscore.
to Kev. J, N. Byrd and the Mr. Edgecombe was born on
Range Funeral Home. the island of San Salvador. He
Signed: The Family came to this country more than '
40 years ago and has lived in Ft.
Lauderdale ever since.A .

IN MEMORIAMIn very respected citizen Mr.
Edgecombe was a lay reader In
loving memory of our dear the St. Christopher's Church and
father, mother and sister, served faithfully for many years.
Funeral services were conducted .
,jby the Rev. James Hall on
Friday morning St. Christo- c
pher, and interment was made in
the Lincoln Memorial Cemetery,

Miami. t ra,. C x. I

Surviving are two sons, Bertram -
and George, ; two daughters,
', Mrs. Alice Lightbourn of Nas-
.1\f.\ >>\, \..!. .dl\'t, \ sau, .Bahamas and Mrs. Jenny
v 4 4 .: :t. ..w I Roiene Milton of :2897 NW 47th Wemyss of New York; two brb- -
MARTHA E. MEUSE I st., died at Christian Hospital on thers, Tryon of Nassau and Jere- MRS. MATTIE M SCOTT
wish to take this method ,to March 20. He was among the miah of San Salvador; five grand who passed April 2, 1950. Gone
thank our many builders In and around the Greater
children. James Mitchell Sr. father
neighbors who were so kind and Miami and Brownsville areas, ,
thoughtful to us in our hours of father
bereavement. We shall never be where during the past 20 years BETHANY S. D. A. Catherine Garland, sister.
he built many fine homes. He is
Annie B. Perkins sister
alble to to express how grateful we survived by his widow, Lucille, Elder C. B. Rock, pastor 'Emma R. Maxwell, sister
are Austin a son and daughter, his mother, M.S. Evelyn Tynes, reporter James Mitchell Jr., brother
3 sisters 2 brothers and others.
(Mrs. Wilhelmina Thomas Johnnie Mitchell, brother
4; ;;: Funeral services :were conductedon The young people of Bethany
Y (Mrs. Lamar E. Forte were very much missed on last Buriel Mitchell, brother
SIt. Tuesday, March 25 with ,
( tl( Mr. Alfonzo Meuse Sr. burial in Lincoln Memorial Sabbath as they were attending Nathaniel Mitchell, brother
Walter Mitchell brother
I the South Florida Chapter of ,
Cemetery.Mrs. .
I Youth Federation, which was held Henry Mitchell, brother
CARD OF THANKSThe In Ft. Lauderdale. However our Herod Mitchell, brother
I BLANCHE ROBERTS ( Louise Powe of 1941 NW pastor, who had just returned and a host of relatives and
family of the late 55th st. was .pronounced dead on from a (trip to New York City friends
MRS. LYDIA HILL arrival at Jackson Memorial where he held the annual spring
takes this method of thanking all Hospital on March 22. She is survived week of prayer for young people, ,
of the kind friends, neighbors and by her daughter, Mrs. delivered a very Inspiring mes IN MEMORIAMIn
relatives for their expressions of Juanita Howell, and relatives of sage.
sympathy during her Illness and Tampa, where. she was sent on loving memory' of our beloved -
death. Tuesday for final rites and In connection with our Men's wife and mother,
w nJAMES burial which will be conductedon Day program, we invite the publie '
Thanks for your cards, letters, Sunday, March 30. to attend a carnival which will
telegrams, flowers, cars and other be held on Easter Monday, April
kind gestures of sympathy. Willie Wiggins of 2333 NW 7 on the Bethany Academy cam-
Special thanks to the Rev. A 52nd st., died Instantly on Sat- pus, 5001 NW 25th ave. A free
Harris and members of Trinity urday when he was struck down Easter egg hunt for all the kiddIes -
CME Church and the Range attempting ,to cross 54th st. st the I will be featured. There will
Funeral Home for their fine ser corner of NW 24th ave lie is be plenty of fun for everyone. r= i Y
vices. Again, thanks to everyonefor survived by his father of Winter The men of Bethany are also
everything.Mr. Haven, an uncle and aunt, Deacon presenting Baldwin Hepburn,
i. William Bethel, ton and Mrs Mercy Johnson of tenor In concert on April 20. This
Mrs. Enid Rahming, daughterMrs. Brownsville, and relatives of affair will be held in the audi- ,
Ellen Welch, daughterAnd Shelman, Ga., where the body torium at Bethany Academy,
Family was shipped on Friday for final
rites and burial. TRIUMPH CHURCH .

T Lee Prince David Williams, pastor.
IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Maggie of 3160 NW Sister Ethel Cooper, reporterThe ', ,
45th st., died at Jackson Memorial -
'. sad but loving memory of Hospital on March 24 following first quarterly meeting of .
SMITH our dear husband and father! several months illness. the year was held at Triumph N\). I ."
I I FRED MATTH'EWS She is survived by a brotherinlaw 1. from Thursday through Sunday I
_u. 1 who departed this life March 31, Deacon George Lee. Services with Bishop R. C. Glanton pre.. j i
''t 19 7. will be conducted in the siding. All the churches came together '
Gone but not forgotten may he chapel on Saturday, March 29 st on Thursday night and
rest in peace. Sadly missed by 1 p.m. with burial in Lincoln. gave the ipreslder an appreclatloitribute \
loved ones and friends. She will He in rapose beginning and ice cream and cakb ,---IF, "
Mrs Rosa Lee Matthews, at noon on Friday. wa serve in his honor. C. SEYMOURwho
wife Our ,presldcr spoke many en- departed this life March 30,
Mrs. Mazie Lee Matthews Ted Lawrence of 1730 NW 66th couoraging words tous, and extended 1957.
Davis, daughter st, died at his residence on us a welcome to his district Gone, but not forgotten. May
and grandchildrenIN March 25th. He i, survived by his she rest In peace.
widow, Carrie, 2 daughters, Mrs School of Wisdom wai excep James Seymour, husband
Ruthle McDonald, and Mrs. Sue tional. Prince Seymour son
MEMORIAMIn Fishman, a son, willie, 3 listers Sunday night climaxed the Three daughters:
and .8 brothers. Service will be greatest devotional service that Mrs. Mary Agnes Goodman,
loving memory of our dear conducted on Saturday, March 29 had ever been in a quarterly of Miami
mother, at 3:30 pm. at New Mt. Moriah meeting. Sometimes we say that Ophelia and Hilda cf
-.& -_! .. -- Baptist Church, with Rev Almus the walls of Jericho came tumb- Nassau
Shipp officiating. Burial will be ling down but the walls of Tri-
conducted at Lincoln. umph came tumbling down as
the Holy Ghost was highly manifested -, Drive Carefully
Mtl. Mrs. E. Patten of 2058ft in the saints of God.

;1dl NW 5th place died at the home ----
t 4 4 of friends on March 26. I
She Is survived by2 daughters, OPENING
,.r Mrs. Lottie Wheeler of the above ATTENTION NEW
-..-.. .. address, and Mrs. Violent Bra MIRIAM SMITH r a, vR of Philadelphia, a son Bob Pat- (LADY FROM CENTER HILL)
ten of Philadelphia. Chapel services -
Two years have passed and will be conducted on Wednesday MARSGFTED
gone since that sad day you all April 2 at the chapel at MADAM
loft us. We love you but Jesus! 2 pm. with burial In Lincoln.
loved you best. But we are hopIng PALMIST AND ADVISERIf

resurrection when ..... .. ..
that on the __.;T "" --- --,.. Bad
the dead all their graves restore you need help to overcome
when father, mother children NEED MONEY? Luck, Spells or Evil Influences. If you

will Rebecca meet once, Estelle more., Della, Then Hurry to The seem to be crossed in Luck Sick in body or mind .

Florence Mildred, Jamaica Candle I CAN AND WILL HELP YOU!
Arabella. Helen, daughters ShopAt Has the one you love changed? I can tell you why!
James. Charles, sons 6664 N.W. 15th Arc. Let me explain higher powers to you now. I do what

f R Where hundreds art being helped others claim to do.
weekly from the Jamaica Blessed Gives you your Lucky Days and your Lucky Num
IDA ELLEN JOHNSONwho Oil and the Mystery dream seal bers. Satisfaction guaranteed.
KEEP HAW went to sleep March 27, Successful
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,THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" I FIGHT PICTURESAT I Mrs. Helena L. Sifontes' well tively dressed in the traditional
known retired Miami school white coats and 'blue trousers of
PAGE 16 SATURDAY MARCH 29, 1958 CAPITOLThrough teacher, who has been visiting in the Bahamian police.

Trinidad, BWI, for the past eight I
a special arrangementthe weeks returned last Friday reporting '
management of the Capitol a very enjoyable trip. On Beauty ClinicThe
Plans Set for Annual Theatre was successful in gettingthe her return trip she visited New

official motion pictures of the York City. !Mrs. Sifontes Is now I Beauticians Unit No. 42,
Robinson-Basilio world middleweight at home at 3165 NW 48th terr. will a Beauty Clinic
championship fight. I 'Monday sponsor, March 31 at 4520 NW
Tea These pictures !which show the I
Calendar I "
? "h ave. Mrs. Ella Moncur, stylitieite-
round by round and blow by
blow will !be shown at the Capitol ?l- I 'NITE IN NASSAU' 1st.

____ ..,,.-,1." '" ', Theatre; as an'added attrac- I
r; ,;J
''; tion on Sunday, Monday and
J BARKLEYS HOLD Tuesday, March 30-31' April 1. WELL ATTENDED I
There will be no advance in
/ OPEN HOUSE admission prices. I An exceptionally large crowd
: By FRANK HALL These 'fight pictures will be in attended the annual "Nlte in
\ addition to the regular screen Nassau," dance and entertainment -
!Mr. and Mrs. John Barkley of : show. which was held Sunday at
3095 NW 52nd st, held open the Harlem Square Club. The
house on Sunday last Thank You I crowd really came prepared for
The (Berkleys played host and the occasion. Many !were dressedin
hostess to some 400 guests who James D. McKellar wishes to a variety of typical Bahamian
spent several hours ,visiting their thank his many friends for kind- native costumes. Traditional Bahamian -
nesses shown during his recent calypso music and the
beautiful new Colonialtypehome. I
t i Illness. latest in !popular music were fea-

Mlf. Barkley, the son of Mr. tured during the evening. :
and Mrs. H. R Barkley of 1501
Ft. Myers and George Bethel, Replicas of the King's Castle
NW 5th court, a pioneer citizen
popularly known as "Dr. World", and the Nassau police station THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
and known in civic, religious and
fraternal circles saw his "dream grandson of Mrs. Maggie Bethelof were also popular sites in the Ktiitwcky Straight Bourbon WbUkiy 6 Vn.OU
in 3650: Percival Ave., during,the ballroom. A number of "policemen" es Proof.cMdsot Aso DUt
come true" the completion of '
month of April t ,patrolled the club ttracVN' -
his (palatial residence.
This writer, upon a visit to the MVJ.' +
I ; ? ._
"Colonial Home, was greeted by ***** ****ff J **** ***-*- '*- *' ' -T''nl iiin-irn-rTTi n n

Mr. Barkley. Upon entering the ... ... '
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house ful flower we stepped bedecked Into living a beauti-i room WILLIAM B. BECKHAM Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT

which: bore an elaborate living . co-chairman

Mom tour Sbite.of After this a(brightlylightedhouse chat we madea I On Sunday, April 13, at 4 p.m. OR CALL TODAY. . PL 7-1645

the Dade County Young Demo- ..
where swinging chande- cratic Association will hold its 6th
liers illuminated the living room annual Calendar Tea at Club 535 T : :
and dining :
room. Sir John Hotel. p
From there we visited the well I I This project represents community I k SI
furnished Florida room with Its I wide interests as well as
large mahogany portable bar, community participation which
with its made-in refrigeratorand together has made this an out- I
a seating rapacity for over standing event of culture and
six persons. The kitchen cabinets, political significance. The public
with' their hand-biult mahogany is cordially invited.
styling, was a beautiful thing to i The various committees are
see. It housed every known gad I working diligently to make thisyear's
get of modern times. event an outstanding suc
Then a visit to three of the cess. Culture, fellowship and political -
loveliest bedrooms you would education will characterizeth '
want to rest your eyes upon. We program.
especially liked the twin-bed I Dr. J. O. Brown is president
guest room. The tiled baths (two Dr. Elmer A. Ward chairman andI
of them) with combination shower I William Beckham, co-chairman.
and tub, were equipped with I
every modern device. Then,
through the automatic 2-door Personal MentionCharles

garage we 'went over the tiled
Smith director of pub- I
walkway to see a beautiful lawn,
lic relations and Murphy Jenkins, I
where some of the \best grass to
be had was growing into shape, assistant professor of pharmacology -
of the college of pharmacy, I
adding beauty to the surround-
\ ings. i Florida A&M University, were in
Mr. Barkley confided to us Miami from Monday through WHY PAY RENT ?
Wednesday of this week on a
that the I project was all his
dream and that the beautiful high school visitation mission in
I interest of the university.
hand-made cabinets
'; especially built for his taste. I will 3 NEW 3 BEDROOM HOMESOpen
', The gorgeous chandliers still Wedding ring for
,j 1 Miss Marie Williams, daughter of
1', glared as we entered !his private
' 1)':, den to (finish our chat. The music Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, of for inspection Sunday 2-5 p.m.

'b 4 I Ii' ,: was still!Ibullt-in playing radio over the especially East of N.W. 19th Ave. on 155th St. Opa Locka
, as we departed -
I. i', down the tiled sidewalk to the FLASH! Check these features found only in higher Priced Homes
steel gate. The colonial house of See the official
!1 i l John and Martha Barkley Is truly 0 Built in oven o Formica kitchen

" r1 ,',>, a thing of 'beauty-a dream. ,MOTIONPICTURES o Built in Range Baked enamel kitchen cabinets
I "
Tile hath
! : I' 9 Large walkin closets
For Sale by Builder o Rear ,patio
* OF THERobinson o CBS construction and tile roof
t 1545 N.E. 151st Terr. pHaing/ glass l doors opening to

1 N. Miami Beach rear patio A On the waterfront

r New Bedroom CBS vs.

Priced$2,600 Right Down at $12,990 BasilioChampionship Only $795 Down

Will consider clear lot Fight
your a a
V,', part payment Round by Round ONLY ONE MORTGAGE NO CLOSING COSTS
Build home on your lot Blow by Blow

$795 DOWN
D&W Construction CBS ,1 bedroom, living room, dining Buys these 2 new CBS homes in

SUN., MON., TUES. room, kitchen and bath. City water. North Miami Beach. Near Bur-
't Company MARCH 30 31 APR. 1 East of 17th ave. Total price dine' Center. 3 bedrooms all tiled
Plus regular screen show $7,495. Good for couple small
405 Pacific Bldg. or baths. Modern kitchen'. I
No only
advance In price
I family. Large
Miami Phone FR 1-1583 12495.
Buys this 2 bedroom frame home.

I i' ?: i I East of ,N.W. 17th ave. City water. A FREE
; TV SICK ? Beauty. 2 bedrooms each side.
Only week
1 one mortgage. $16 paysall. Large living rooms, large kitchens
$7,995 total price. This will
goquickly. with modern stove and refrigera*

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. tor, space heater, beautiful bath

I See This $1,995 DOWN Hurry tiled tub and shower, hardwoodBuys
SAM: DAY SERVICE this floors. East of NW 17th
: I 2 bedroom CBS horn, ave.

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS I east of NW 17th ave. $20 week
pays all. One mortgage only. Sep EDISON CENTER 1 YEAR NEW

Picture Tube I arate living room, dining room, CBS RANCH STYLE
Special front enclosed porch, rear Florida $1,995 DOWNroom

17-lncb-$22.95 ncb-$29.95 kitchen, closed garage, city guys this. beauty. 3 bedroom, 2 tile
I water, stove and refrigerator.IM ., .:arate living room, dining
I Some reel! good buys in Opa Locka, porte, utility, city water. Close to
Converters For Channel 17 416.50 I West Hollywood Hallandale, CarHolmes and Northwestern schools

ver Ranches, Dan a. As low as Landscaped. Close
to bus and .
Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 abo P
$495 down. ,
2 and 3 bedrooms. ping.

1 , 'J RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick service

Vets Radio & TV (0.J FAIR REALTY


201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL
939 N.W. 3rd Ave. 7-1645

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