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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: April 5, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00592
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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pJD.Woman I\; zoology. in mention. lmior t also ,Williams Sarah r *are. :/Elementary/,, Douglas! May! oa ie&t& s new their over take ,Association T&benrolosto& County
shechtpelltI in Saturday an
held fee will honorable received she
I period. 18th and st 75th NW ;at mentary at over take will 'Who ervisor will they. seminar two-week a t j were
,Home. Funeral. Soknnon B. the This zoology. in winner( prize>; first experimental entire the Dade the,of meeting annual recent the at made
trf cervices Funeral year's last was Northwestern at notebookover his in made were Ele- City Liberty North built' sup- 6 zone Clark Ford Charlotte -after and 21 April place take will -presentations The School. High Carver Washington George
years. 15 for Miami yet. the head will\ Mrs. And Goulds. in Mays at changes The schools. different ,
of, recordings dally Then care. usual the Gill Mrs. GilL othersto two transferred% and week :of Clarion Carver the of editor-in-chief Lewis T. Lovell
-resident a been had and Kan.! given only was which other the !Ales Mrs. replacing Elementary school elementary, the over take .
.; this principals new two appointed )center( and School, High Washington T Booker 'ian
a MrrO'DeJl: will who Beihunfe-ETementary ,
Topeka of native was Fort Lounge acid d the with treated was at
Lauder in O'Dell's> which
I at principal are
Liberty be will County Washlngtori- White Ulysses I
operated He Lauderdale. Fort t set One )philodendrons and bean consultant curriculum Chandler I Board School Dade "The' of hief editor-in- ,
relatives. other several, and Miami in .businessman former ,pea( plants of kinds different and Douglas from! moved. been Maude Mrs.: are principals New apprecation; a. of certificates their receiving -

1 and.. ,Bernard. brother. a Ward, known widely a was O'Dell Mr. three of sets two comparing hours I has Williams Ford Mary! 5. TRANSFERREDThe 2 winningpublications lie of ntatives Repre project press school tion's'
A. E.:J Mrs. sister Carolyn "
-daughter a attack. long many spent He "Plants. }
Edwin and sons
heart a to attributed t! was death Green of Growth the on and eWe: honored
two t Detroit of ,;Georgia wife Odell's Mr. Hospital.. Gibber of Effects "The was .
: Memorial
his by survived is O'Dell Mr. NAMEDMrs. Association!: Tuberculosis County Dade the of staff the
Jackson at 1120: at morning day -project Lang's area. Florida South PRINCIPALS TWO[ .
ago. year a about semi-retirement! Tues- arrival on dead was ,ave. :the in participate to eligible on director program assistant right Gary Arie Mrs.

into went and business his sold 3rd NW,. 1813 of Miamian known are parochial and private .schools --
He years. of number a for dale well..- O'Dell' C )Jack( George I All 625. was fair the at projects

the of -number total The matics.
Mathe- of Teachers of Council tivities. 13 page on Continued "I case ute|
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Attack Heart County Dade and Association, er dub 4-H in interest her foe f successful. is it if NAACP II review to 17 March refused Court vY
: .. awards and
*.Teach.Science County) Dade collected has certificates. years numerous I of brackets top the in state. the Sapreme S. U. The convictions. l :.---.
) the J.nVIISp..aces< nag dU)<
-Miami of University' Herald Miami the i the upheld Walker May W. Judge
Thruout grade.
The the by Jointly" } sponsored a fourth since 9et} isexpect.It State. the in members and I Circuit 17. Feb. Rudd John. Judge
of eventis The Fair.' Science Florida sum-4- been has and 1957 of. mer dollars for campaign! the un d hpd' 11 t I C by convicted were- f
s Dies O'Dell the since project this on -will' who persons of
South Annual 4th Regional the at hundreds $1,000bond$ under liberty at now
working been has She homemaking.
the inspire to help she.
.. botany in% winner prize second on based was project will drive Universityand State Florida at, r
Ellen's' NAACP'S' the of chairman As -enrolled then white-student\ a Spacna
the was' School High western.
.. Foundation. Roebuck Sears nation., the across !Joseph and students A&M The
re1&Uves.Ila'k I will burial where Oa. Cairo to North. at Junior a Hadleyf; the t by donated all activities religious her for known : segregation. '
certificate racial
other and brothers and sisters I shipped .1 Js i and Church AME: er ;
be will body the service the in
and medal a Bond Savings States i topiaintaln subterfuge a was Council City
several by survived is Arline the. Following' officiating. lead a also is she Elks Daughter .
a ,
United fifty-dollar presented I the by enacted law .assignment!
',- --": eondu-. be A. S. Rev. the with Church tist t f was: Ellen winner state Asa .. A.members. women 20,000 nearly I t seat the petition his in charged
Bap Sinai ML! at Friday p.m. 3 oJ boasts which organization an i,Tallahassee
of both Speed ;D
at held be program. Clubs Women's. Colored of tion '
will services Funeral 4K Leonard and
Herndon Johnnie for.
,, others and Perry Home. Funeral Richardson the Awards Improvement Home dub b Federa- Florida the of president ,.Rodriquez 1
Moses Arrtngton' Henry): 4-11 the in winner state :
;Gibson Theodore Fr. "Graham .J the waS -Miami In resides, teacher school ed ordinance.
EdwardT.Rev. Thomas EL ,L .Atty. night. Thursday me!: School: High Carver Washington retir- a Davis M. Myrtle} Mrs..! i seatassignment Tallahassee's under them,

YMCA Miami Greater\ the: from press up'to' available not was man Ceo. of student a Bethel Ellen state. the of officers assigned seats bus in sit to
officials were Wednesday hearing!b the off name The later., days few 1 = R by announced goal the 20,000 -refusing for sentences jail 80-day

theb at TUCA the Representing\ arrested was wielder knife The highof time all an to association the serving are who students
a. f of membership the raise to -University A&M Florida two free to ed
,; night that 8:10: died he where efforts NAACP'S the to given title. ask- was .Monday on Court preme i
the to taken was
-'residences two-family for 'soned' now is' back. \rline r;l the is Freedom" For "Dollars. su- Florida The Tallahassee'
in stabbed was
property) The T the to it sell Xrllne\ .title The Lowry. Leon A.
altercation During
to wants who' llialeah of c Church the followed.. : president.Rev.state NAACP Florida
Baptist Srings; Palm the by altercation An woman. a '%lYe says. so State: the in .women
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*owned is property disputed! anotherman argument and an :in engaged had il wt* honored 'and' loved most the of Victims Free to d Asked I
Arline said Police "tf.1' r x one .by headed h is Drive"* Freedom" Court

presently.The department. police.the of 3ureau + For Dollars 1958 Florida's
1 Negro all crests the of cent per Homicide the according\ pital.i ; ;
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ve J'oru- October. 'by)\ colored Has Memorial Jackson at liter State in -
be would neighborhood the t shortly died and court First 4W situation. but continuously porch rotted Sunday. on conducted .be will ,
oft percent. 73' approximately> it 1560, at night Sunday,7:15: about t a Freedom of Enemies the about nothing knew she said the about complained had they ? burial and services funeral where
granted' be would permission hat. severely stabbed was court First Verona Mildred Mrs. owner! -claimed building the of Tenants *Ga. Augusta to Wednesday on

Y the assured:.commission\ NW 1223 of 38. ;Arline. Bacu ;.. ,. k r4V l to Answer NAACP'S' I area. crowded this in shipped was body The brothers.
r *; maintained are buildings many so three and sisters two father

-"Y"The the which in unrepair of state the on and mothet her by survived

from noise1 'possible to j KILLEDLang/ ;WOMAN attention .centered incident The Thomasis Mrs. st 48th NW 2936
) Drive'the Freedom for Dollars released. and bruises and cuts,lot Homeat Funeral Seniors' the to
-objected neighborhood the In residents treated was victim third the released was body *Mrs.Thomas.:

Protesting months. six in -Jackson Lee. Jerry faIL the in arm house. the leave F

-variance the for reVfly) YMCA the\ her injured daughter Her .bruises. man the saw also children: The "

that suggested commissioners' the OVER ARGUE MEN 1958 Heads Davis Myrtle and cuts received and head her nearby... .playing. 'children some '
on landed 'Johnson Mrs. HospitaL by heard was shot a then "'
Hawthorne David segregationists Memorial Jackson at condition -exchanged were words few a Only door. 4

or_ ocaacu. . resioenu.- . _- prmexuAg- _. -A___ .os- fair in are ave. ,5th NW 1648 back a through home her into
gathering. small a bearing After 3 more. or 10 of 'PAGES SIXTEEN 1958 5. APRIL ,SATURDAY ,FLORIDA ,MIAMI 32 No. ,YEAR 35th of Alice Mary ,;daughter grown came man a when' church from

.. groups in are they. when except her and Johnson Lucille Mrs. home returned just had Thomas

ave. 13th\ and., homes two-family and one are Ellis is Matarnar Nag et Matantar 'Tempos -- - sidewalk. the to feet 15 victims Mrs.. that police told Neighbors
st. 54th$ NW'': on property Chorea t Exempt;: covered. are dry; the in the. toppling away gave structure murder. degree- first of
i units housing 1,700,000 About : story-two a investigation being Balls
.' Baptist Villa Ocbid the at" ate frame (of floor rotted for Held
color. the when .Monday on persons ':shooting the with connection
oper. to YMCA Carver W. .George or creed of basis the on ,housing three by received were injuries; f -Dept. Sheriff County Broward

the permit to variance a oa action private rent, to refusal, : the illegal |tfe to surrendered! ,Lauderdale

.4eferrt4 ion Comm1 City JCami I makes it general In r Fort .aTe. 9th& NW 837 of
inefecthere now is nation the in
kind 37yearotJman- ) a Bain
Wednesday oa hearing a -
At its of first: law housing bias .went.Harold PoMee

I MONTHS -!! new A YORK 'NEW MJ* the of Bureau Horde

.. SIX N.Y. IN ENDED Porchcollapses ,*tht to according husband Jaw
I IN AGAIN common former her be tt
BIAS HOUSING HurtJas believed' man a by home her at
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EASTER AND THE c1t'm-dC"lP.ost: of our citizens have ,
In',,.tfcejr' homes. Our populationis
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increasIng, new home delivery Il
the world looks with Joy mall 'and soon lights for our
and satisfaction to the cele&ration' streets. I would like for a groupof + t I
of, faster and the Risen Jesus. interested people to send meyo'ur
Again our faith, hope and love names and addrasses to.rform
Cor God and our fellowman Is a Utilities Committee that our
tested and weighed. Some will be lights can be' had soon. Send to z a 1 .
highly rated for faithful service 14601 Lincoln Boulevard. 1 M .
to Jesus and others will be
weighed and (found wanting. It NEWCOMER Some time agoI
behooves us as crusaders of the mentioned having sold a large
Cross to be strengthened at this tract of land to Elliott Rouse of ', ... <', :
Chicago. Today, salute Mr. I' 0
we :
oly season to heaven and its task ""
that Jesus said in Ills farewell Rouse for not only planning a ; ,
message, "All power Is' given beautiful home with swimmingpool
unto me in heaven. and in, earth. to,be built soon here, but also w'f
he has induced his friends ,to buy
Go therefore
ye "n .And build here. Dr. E.
nations baptising them in Washing-
the ,
name of the Father, and cl the ton's home is almost complete 'on r l 'fit
Son, and of the'' +Holy Ghost. Water street on Coral Reef Center
Richmond (Heights. Ye scribeis '
Teaching them to.observe all
things whatsoever I commanded elated 'for having brought such \

you always. yew and, lo, I am with Where fine citizenry we lead into, others the will Heights.fol --- _.._---_. ._._..- "
even unto the end of !
the world. St., Mattj 2ft 1820. i low. ANiNUAL SPRING PARTY-The Tuberculosis The Association provided the Greyhound :

I DEDICATED r'.n1PEWS We were Committee of the Dade County bus for transportation. Civic and Service !
GRAND CHMfCEimFl ws- happy to visit at AME: Church in Tuberculosis Association held their An- Club 'groups 'donated toilet articles, stationery .
ITS Gleam of Hope (Lodge No. Homestead on last Sunday after- nual Party for the hospitalized patients in ball point pens, pencils, razor
18, Order of Knights of' Pythias noon with Rev. Matthew Faison, Southeast Tuberculosis* Hospital, Lantana, blades, and stamps. Elementary, schools
will be honored:toy a visit from pastor, The three choirs and a
Grand Chancellor Sir R. A wonderful group of peole par- Sunday, March 30. made Easter greeting cards. There was :
Dresiback, his annual visit. This ticipated. Bishop Green, senior A 'Greyhound bus left from the Youth entertainment at the -
Will be at Richmond Heights bishop, presiding over the llth Center, 340 NW 13th St. at 1 p.m., filled ( hospital, and a gift
Youth Center at 7J30 pjn. Thurs district, was the guest speaker. He with, gifts as well as committee members, was distributed to our Dade County pa
day, April 10. All Cafenthes Sir delivered .a dynamic message and civic leaders, Comeback Club Members, tients. Each gift was marked with thepatient's
Knights and Cadets are 'requested our hearts burned within. Con- \ '
to be present. The ,,public to also gratulations to our good neighbors and members of patients' families. name. ,
cordially invited. (Sir Luther! for having completed a beautiful ,
Hudson chancellor commander, church and installation of ,
Sis. Murray James 'Jr, .keeper of ne}r pews. coin Boulevard, Richmond Heights AppreciationCaptains beautiful hpme. .,
record and seaL instead of FOB 896' as delivery is Mrs. M. Athalie Range, Mrs. \"
COLLEGE 'FOND DRIVE' The now changed. Do this now will Shirley, Lewis, Mrs. Clarence Car-. _;1 4
FACE LIFTING Each time drive has been extended to April you and help your colleges and No. 12 and 23 of the 'genay, Mrs. Verdell Robinson .
one visits Richmond Heights, one 30. Each person is asked to pledge universities to help our boys' and St. Luke Baptist Church take this Miss Gloria Thomas and William '/
of South Florida's and Dade and contribute to this fund which girls. Dade county's quota is419- method of thanking each and Green for their participation on
County's, most progressive communities helps 33 colleges and universities 000. Small !isn't it? So help the everyone for the support giver the program. Again we thank you
,where good living and which! do not receive state or fed., committee reach this goal. them in helping to make theft Miss Lillie Littleton '
beautiful homes go hand,in band, eral aid. Make all checks payableto musical tea a success. We extend Mrs.. Alyce J. Washington, I' ,
one will find .new' additions or Negro College Fund and ,send I special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. captains
j improvements. I admire the spirit to-Mrs. Ora D. Taylor, 14601 Lin.4. -. Drive Carefully Wesley Culver for the Use of their (Rev, P. W. Williams, { "

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STUDENTS VISIT MAYFLOWER II Pictured is a II Heads Big Gift r j

portion of the students from Rainbow Park Elementary Committee Hs
School in Opa' Locka, and Cox Kindergarten who visited ,
the historic Mayflower II, last Thursday morning. Shown Mrs. Ora D. Taylor,. local '
in the portion students from Cox Kindergarten church and civic worker and re.V
\ # upper are estate broker, has been appointed
'.. and'in the lower section are students from Rainbow Park chVrmin of the Large Gilt Committee -
I of the United Nero College -
One of (the world's greatest attractions, the Mayflower Fund Drive now in progressin
; which will remain in Miami throughout this week, Florida and Dade County. Her .
I is docked at MacArthur Causeway near the Blimp Baie. committee has Dr. H. Franklin
Thousands of other spectators visited the ship, and en- Williams, vice president of the
University of Miami; Rabbi Yaa- M
joyed the costumed: (crew, the many historical exhibits, kor G. Rosenberg Father Theo
the color movie, AS well as the several other attractions. dore Gibson, Michael Sossln,
owner of the Graystone Hotel,
All of these were thrilled beyond words and will Dr. Baker Ilindman, Miami Unl
long remember their visit to tthe Mayflower II.Photosby versity; Dennis Smith, real estate SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
Johnson of Miami. investments; Rev. S. A. Cousin,,
.. pastor, Greater Bethel AME
t Church; Dr. Richard Moore, pres- !
1 THE MIAMI TIMES "The ident, Bethune-Cookman College, .Jeff CllAOLjj.inaitJR1ii1
Newspaper"SATURDAY is state director of .UNCZ Mrs.: .
Taylor, an ardent supporter of
APRIL 5, 1958 PAGE 3Broward UNOF. requests your help in ALL flit
pledges and donations to help 41 WORLD BTHfIR
this worthy cause and reach our
r .- Johnson, W. M. desired goal of $15,000 bit or before ROMAfRK.6.rwr
r. April '30.Per.onal. MAY-
Yours truly sends Easter greetings -
ft' to everyone of his readers, Mention + O

County ,. patrons and relatives.
.. William N. "Mussolini" Cleare.
Newsby \ ;:t Pvt. Jonah Lamor, son of Mrs. son of Mrs. Winnie Cleare of 1533
A. Lamor, 5310 SW 20th at., was NW 73rd street: arrived in !(:Miamion
honorablly discharged: from the Tuesday morning for an indefinite
,i Army on March 21. stay, after several months
residence In New Yory City.
Walter Bow Easter Sunrise services will beheld While in Miami, Clear is living
with his mother, whose illness
at Greater Bethel Baptist
brought him back home. ,. r Qltasalicltmtw \
I Church, beginning at 5 ajn. The '
The Faithful Few Club, No. 3 is i pastor, Rev. R. I* Greenwich, will
sponsoring a fashion show' April :deliver the message. The public is AIR.CONDITIONEDCAPITOL 1
14 at 8 p.m. at the Temple, 4315 Invited.
SW 15th at. Models are wanted.
Please contact Mrs. Eleanor V. NOTICE I all
Bowe, phone! YU 3-0688 or.Mrs.
Altheria '''Martin at YU 3-9799, To all interested persons: THEATRE
Carver Ranches Come one, come Please meet with us at the AT. MIDNIGHT$
all. Donation at the door. Vera home of Mrs. J. O. Brown, 5036 SUN. WON, TUEI.
Shelton, secretary; Altheria Mar NW 23rd ave., Tuesday, April 8 APRIL 6 7 8
tin, president.The at 8 pm. if you are interested Informing
a congregational church. John Wayne
Ladies' Auxiliary of the For more information call and Sophia Loren eOEN
Chamber of Commerce of Carver ME 5-3321 .
Ranches will sponsor a Season ,
Tea at the Faithful Few Temple, \ LOST
Sunday, April 13 at 4 pm. The Ann Smith Heads ,

public is invited. ... ..
.... .... rfao.BUNCHE .
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All juveniles of Pall Bearers' City-wide Choir .'
'- Lodge No. 81 are asked to attend WEDNESDAY
r the meeting and egg-hunt at the Mrs. Ann Smith, soloist for the
home of the president, Jesse McDowell Southland Singers and director of THEATRE. -; OPA LOCKA +_ liflis
\ 4819 SW 22nd it, at I the Young Peoples Choir. of St. Tel. NA 1.7127 IK wen CM, c
I pjn. Monday, April 7. Mrs. A. O. James AME Church will appearin RUN MON. TUIS.
Henderson, Juvenile conductress. concert with a 50-vofce city. Aim Ladd ss
,wide choir Thursday evening, ,
l Masonic Lodge N 542 meets April 10 at 8 pjn at the Longs THE DEEP SIX
Friday night, April' 4, 8 p.m. All shoreman's HalL Be sure to hear 'In color
members are asked to be present. Mrs. Smith 'Who Is considered onef 'The Girl Can't Help It'

, Hiram Ash secretary;* Clarence ) Miami's finest soloists. Strgor Ray Robinson v*. I I I ,

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Mt. Zion Baby Contest Successful '

The Baby Contest which has
boon in progress for over a month
closed on last evening with $2- I
YMCA Kicks Off 171.27 raised in the effort.RONALD .

a "The Times Are Changed And W. Are Changed With Them" Membership .

Office at 1112 N.W.-Third ,Avenue Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3.223 1
Plant : Avenue-Phone PL 4- 128

Entered *. Second ClaM Matter. August 9, 1927, at the Poet Office fet Enrollment I
MUmf, Florida.under the act of March 8, 1876 I. .

Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association The 1958 Memlbership Enroll The theme of the Metropolitan
... Member _... 7, 8 E. 8JGI8MUND REEVES,,Editor 340 NW 13th St., according t tp with each other, as each
GARTH C. REEVES, Associate Editor and Business. Manager, Atty. L. E. Thomas, chairman of branch attempts to' get to the
the drlv,. "moon" first with members.
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ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MOKTOS $2.50 '.THREE MONTHS $1.50 ..... ..... --- .... "'-" Rev Thedford Johnson Is commander -
of Group I, and is responsible -
THE 'NEGRO PRESS beJUve that America can best 'lead the world Memberships. Workers In this
from racial and national group include Nelson Adams, Mrs.L. .
antagfonlems when It accords to PAUL R. HENRY
E. Thomas, Mrs. Susan (Harris, '
regardless ,of race, colorer, creed, his human and legal rights. Hating .__ ....""""n..M .. Arlington Sands Robert Clark .s
no man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to .
help every man x a F and Jessie N -\
In the firm belief that all men are hurt ai long as'anyone,la held back. 'Dr. G. C. Taylor, pastorof Dr. G. W.wkins Is Com-
Concord Baptist Church, mander of Gioup' II. Workers In
EDITOR'S' Brooklyn, has been appointed a this group are Atty.. Henry H. WHITE HEAD
Y ,NOTEBOOK: member of the New York City's Arrington, Alexander W. Brooks,
t 1 nine-man Board of Education. :Albert Johnson, W. L. Bivins First prize was won by Ronald
18"ASSISTANTS Herman Blackshear, Edward Bogie Ray Whitehead, son at Mr. and
funeral' of W. C. Handy;
The, Mrs. Lloma.Green, Mrs. Addle Mrs. James H. Whitehead. The
The County Commission has authorized Manager 0. notedblues'( 'author' was held at : Pierce, Charles Radcllffe prize was $50 in cash. Ronald was
W. Campbell to employ 18 assistants for our new Metropolitangovernment. the Abyssinia Baptist Adam Church In J Emanuel Hutcheson, Thomas sponsored by Choir No. 2, alwaysa
New York., Rev. Clayton
J Bannister, Sumner Hutcheson close contestant for first hon-
with salaries ranging from to
$270 Powell, pastor, was largely at-
,$788 a month, approximately $100,000 annually. Thousands 'of Harlemltes Stanley Newbold, Mrs. Ivey ors. They raised, $588.50.w .
1 tended.
A We are wondering If Negroes will be considered for and other'notables viewed the Lockbart Marks: Rocky, Rev. S.Becham A. Cousin, Charles Leo .."' -...,..._"- __..._.._,...-.-... '

some position in this department. There is no reason why long procession accompanied by Albert/ and Rev. A. Joseph Red-
they ehoukj not, but,,it :is up to our" Metro manager, He is I brass 'bands. dick.Dr.

on the mouiidwid we will. watch his pitching with interest. The situation in Cuba Is mighty Edward of Group Braynon III. Workers Jr., isomm'ander

The'p isitiong are: bad -. It's total war. Will the in t this group are Atty. Edwin
Five administrative analysts $508 to 788 rebels under Fidel Castro defeat Davis, Miss Delores Davis, Miss r 4, Ird
Four administrative assistants, $398 to 508 :PresidentBatista\ ? Somebody has Janie Stanley, Miss Edna De- ., t.
Four interns ','$312 to $398 got to win. veaux, Willie Parker, Eugene
Kemp, Dr. George Green Kenneth -
Four,trainees I $270 to'$344
In Louisville, Ky., Kory Cal- Williams, George Kilpat-,
One of the jobs will go to an official who will set- upa houn bf White Plains, N. Y. rick, Fernley Taylor, Mrs. L. E. :
-countywideauto Inspection'system.. Metro takes over 'TKO'd Yolando,, Pompey In the Thomas, Burnlce King, Charles L.
this function from the municipalities 'July 1. 6th round of their scheduled 10- Williams and Jefford Smith.

Campbell,indicated that the 18 will be hired at stag. round bout on .Wednesday niiht.| (Support Your YMCA,

gered times. .
"As we.need' themwe, will hire them," he commented. Miami On Chris Beach Dundee's auditorium card at Tues-the Fill in and Mail Today { fr s

1.r,9 ,'. day night, Gomeo (Brennan
I xi Ii i Wallace ,(Bud) Smith a terrific gave ]Name ..............:..<>.............,..............*...
,+ IT IS FINISHED beating. It's believed Smith will

t Season'is "Good Fri have to quit fighting. 'lie has had Age ............ Phone ............................
The Lenten over. Friday was his day '
day." Thousands of worshippers attended ,services, manyof o ) I
Address ..........:...................................
them for' three hours. The cross is a supreme triumph.For The Supreme Court of the' '--" --
hours from 9.m.. to 3 p.m.. our Saviour had hungon United States this week restored
the six cross. At the end''' He cried in 'a loud voice "It i is ctizenship to 7,000 World War If I Church ...........-................................... LINDA ROBINSON

finished "Father into thy hands I commend my spirit.:' army deserters who had beefc Second prize was won'by Linda
r ,know this dishonorably'discharged.: Dues $........................ Robinson, 227 NW 9th St. Linda
In spite of its pain land horror, we sponsbred Choir No. In
was by ,1
Good Friday for on this day goodness triumphed over
many other years Choir 1 has always -
hate' and the Son of God overcame the evil one, two-party system. Let's hope that it does not mean inability been the first prize winners.
Hence we can say "God ,forbid that! I" should..glory, to move forward with a positive policy designed to This year they bowed to No. 2.L4b .
save in the Cross of Our,Lord Jesus:Christ. meet the. nation's needs. -; .

Now we look forward to ,the day of Resurrectipn; These needs are not small. At their bottom are a
The Lord i? risen. He overcomes death and hath opened phenomenal birth rate and a few'natural'' resources. If the
M \unto us the gate Everlasting Life. I two largest islands of Jamaica and Trinidad tare capable I t

Here is ,the.story,told by St. Matthew: I of some'self-sacrifice it may be possible to develop a regional -'
"In the end of the'sabbath, as it began to dawn toward plan and interisland social and economic programs
the first'day of the week, came Mary'Magdalene and the that will slowly bring The West Indies toward a more

other Mary to see the'sepulchre.And viable society ,
behold there was a great earthquage: for the I We 'wish them Godspeed as the day comes closer
'angel of the Lord defended from haven; and came and when they achieve dominion status and sit at the United
rolled back the atone from the door, and sat upon it. Nations as another example of an enlightened and suc-

His countenance was like lightning, and ,his raiment cessful Western policy.-Christian Science Monitor.
____ '
white \\8B snow:' I ... .... .... .:. ..... ...... .... ...
And for fear' of him the ,keepers did shake,' and became 'r y al"i
as dead men.
And he answered and said unto the wom.en. Fear notye .' A.T ,
r that seek Jesus which was crucified. --
: for I know ye -
lie is not here: for he is risen, as ,he said. Come, see
the place ,.where the Lord lay. ;;;;;;:. ..'
And 'go quickly, and tell his disciples that he is risen : 'j'jPEGGY
from the dead; and'behold' he goeth 'before you into Galilee Easter Schedule k
him lo I have told ---------
; there shall ye see : you.
And they departed quickly from the sepulchre with PASCHALThe

fear and great joy; and did run to bring his disciples
Layman's League, a new
word." )}Jolt!' Rpderntrr-3itbfextJ: Qftftj auxiliary in the church by winning -
third prize serves notice that

WELCOME NEIGHBOR! HOLY SATURDAY Confession 4:30'to they are to be reckoned with asa
S:30 and leader In programming and

With its first election complete, The West Indies, as 8:30 p.m. Easter Vigil land Baptismof church worship. In the Mt. Zion

the new Caribbean island federation is called, takes its converts begins at 10:30 p.m. and con Peggy Baptist.Itenna Church.Paschal Their,,daughter entry was of

first step into the history books. 1 'tissues until MASS of Vigil at midnight Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paschal.
. This' fascinating new nation-in-the-making, with its
10 Islands, and 3,000,000 polyglot people, is just the latest EASTER SUNDAY-Mass at midnight, and at 7:00 been The a contest feature ha in* for this many church,years beginning ,"

evidence of the great tide of nationalism sweeping into and 11:00 a.m. 'In the administration of .
every corner of the world..People will be free. And Great t Rev. J: R. Evans when-his wife;
Britain is to be congratulated on the wise way in which ., \ Mrs. Lillie C. Evans, served as
these former colonies have been handled, culminating in &t. .Augtiatine '- fflnranut GrOUt? the head of the contest. One of
the early winners, Miss Barbara
Federation Act two
,the Caribbean years ago.
ft will!be* one of the world's more exotic nations, with EASTER SUNDAY-Man at 11:00 a.m. 18 and living now in a young New York woman City of

Ita predominantly Negro population and itrChfneseEast .t .
,Indians, and British 'it has done well in racial adjusttat&ta ,
,, b tensions! are, not,lacking ,as the young nation SirlnnnuLi, Heights $1.00-Youth: Member
$3.0-.Adutt( MemberS.00Supporting
faces up1 to:its problems.

; sWheiL Rrineesa Margaret visits Trinidad, J10'xt: monthto EASTER UNDAY-Mas* at, rank C. ,Martin Elementary $10$ .00-Sustaining Member Member
open,the Legislature otndally'she will face a House of School at 9:00 a m.
'I Representatives almost equally divided. This cleavage has ; . ,

) t ita strengths and weaknesses.. It holds promise for a -..:........ Drive Carefully!




Greater Miami r THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspapci

Carter-Boyd Nuptual I Temple DaughterElks SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1958, ; PAC t'ST

_...a..... ..'_. _. ',__ w_ .


n last Friday evening, the Around The Bahamas (;

Daughter Elks of Greater Miami

;; 1 Temple No. 769 held a night of __ By A. H, McKENZIE t
h b fun at the beautiful home of Dt. .
C'irlee Daniels on Washington
w9 '
Ave in Coconut Grove Albert Solomon McGregor, 8-year-old solution! to the problem) ,
\ Daniels, the husband of Dt. Dan- .
son of Ethel McGregor, drowned
: 1 iels played the role of host and at Blanket Sound, Andros on nanfol Fawkesyresident',of
\ was gracious and charitable.The March 17. The body was sound the Bahamas Federation of Labor, "
___ beautiful bed spread was the next day. has left Nassau on a two weeks'
won on the slip of Dt. Olivia kc'ure: tour in the U. S. He

\s Rogers The delicious refresh- Jane Glass, 21, and Susanne, is accompanied: by Mrs Fawkes.
ments prepared by Dt. Estelle Clarke, 74, were flown to Nassauin
Brown and Clarabell MCKenzie, an emergency flight on March : Sergeant Sidney- Minus, who'* is
was a sell out, and more than a 16 from George Town .Exuma. in charge of the Central Police!
hundred dollars was raised They are patients at the Princess Station, is spending his vacation
through this effort. There was Margaret Hospital in Miami. f
quite a large number of daughtei I
Elks and their friends, Includinga The in the House of I The Rev. Richard Lcv'tucus

large number from the Latin Assembly on March 17 to dissolve ,Grccnidjc of Miami continues to
country. The party lasted until the House was defeated 1:58. : -'I draw very large congregations ot
jv4 the early morning hours. The mover of the PLP resolution -, the services in various churches.
r :., Dt. Amelia Shavers and Dt. I 1... O. Pindling, contended !
Olivia Rogers will hold the ballot I that since members of the newly' Robert Isaac of st. George Ath.
for their temple at the state organized United Bahamian Party letic Club suffered a broken! leg
meeting In' Pensacola. Dt. Myrtle were elected as independents,' in the final play-off match at
Davis who is a state trustee, will they should go book to their con Clifford Park on Sunday. A relief
be present to cast her ballot also stituency for approval of their fund has been opened at Bar
Dt. Davis Is 100 percent and her party and platform I clay !Bank to 'help him.
temple made a' nice donation to, I

bt J, her.The I I i I The House of Assembly had a The partly decomposed body ol
+ .9 month of April is blank on short meeting on March 24 be* a woman WM found in the bushes
4 : k' the calendar and there will be no cause all the notices for the agenda : at Oakes ,Field t is believed to
: activities at all. The Five Hun- were not printed. The notorious I I be that of Louise Wallace, 78,'
dred Tea will be held on Mother's Police Bill went through by I i I who strayed away from home on
J1f Day at the spacious Longshore the majority group who are determined March U. x
} man's Hall on NW 2nd' ave. to pass all their bills regardless -1
K i Plans for this affair will be announced to the wishes of the minority
\ aar 4t ; ,
later. group. The dissolution of J. B. SMITH
Fr'd Holy Week observed by the Mouse seems to be the only .
; many of our daughters.: Among ELECTRICSERVICE '
them will be Dts.
Sybil Boggis,
I I Catherine Pedican, Amelia Shav and novel writing
ers, Alfreda Scott, Evelyn Rob-, The instructor will be a person
Benedict the Moor Roman They carried cascades of poinsettias inson, Muriel Culmer and Annis who has written professionally, Electrical Contractor
Catholic Church. St. Atoans, N.Y red and white, respective Thompson Then several, of us as well as, being one having the HOUSEW1RING
was the scene of a beautiful win- ly. will go to church on Friday, as we necessary qualifications of a good
.;;-.' ter wedding when the former ; think on the crucifixion, and teacher "Don't cuss Call tu"
Mrs. Carter is a graduate of await the
: glorious
Miss Faustine Theodora Boyd, resurrection.
Boylan-Haven school, Jackson- It is felt that this u an unusual) PHONE NE 5-3053
,: daughter of Mrs. Cleora Bethel
:. ; ville. She, received a B. S. degree opportunity for our community,
.: Boyd and the late William Boyd, from Hampton Institute and a Writers' Course at and to that end we invite your in. or Day
-. became the wife of Raymond
Hobson Carter, son of !Mrs. Ella M. A. degree from, New York NWHS Evening qulries.
Jamaica and the University. She is a teacher of
Carter of N.Y"
mathematics in Wilmington, Del. SchoolA
:. ; ;ate Chauncey Carter. Father
Francis Glover performed theceremony. and is a member of the Alpha' in For Pick-up and,Delivery Service on Prescriptions
Kappa Alpha Sorority Mr. Car- creative -
The was given
in marriage by her uncle, Aaron ter is a graduate of St. Emma writing is soon to be organized .
Military Academy, Rock Castle, in the department of Adult
Bethel of Washington, D. C. Service
The maid of honor was Miss Va He has served in the armed Education at the Northwestern Drug Store
Senior High School.
Eleanor Montgomery of Washington forces in Korea.At
D. C. The bridgesmaids This course is feeing designed I "PRESCRIPTION COMPOUNDING SPECIALISTS"t
the present, he is completing M ecially for persona who would .
Misses Marion Weeks of
New were York City and Marianne his studies at Hampton Institute. like'to learn to write for a living. Sundries ,Gift Patent Medicine Greeting Card

Carter, sister of the groom, of Among the many out-of-town There will be areas of study ,
Jamaica, New York. The best guests were Mrs. Harriett Bethel, for people who are presently engaged SIDNEY T. COX,,.ttr.d Pharmacist'
man was Otis Brennan of Jamai grandmother of the bride, and as news columnists and I
specialty writers, as well as itemsof 1240 N.W. Third Ave. Phone FRanklin 3-2932
ca. Ushers 'were Weldon Sims of Mrs. Clara Grant, both of Coco- <<
Wilmington, Delaware, and Ma- nut Grove. Interest for person desiring to
reau Carter of Jamaica. The flow. learn the techniques of short story .;
I The reception was held in St.
er girl was Beverly Kay Lacy. ., .. .., ,. .. ., ,., ,., ... , .
Athens at the home of Mrs. Ver- \ ' \ I ) I.' \ rl 1'1 1 I 1 I" \ 1' I I I " \ r I.' .. .-, t
The bride wore a gown of de- nanchla Bethel Coles, aunt of the
lusticed satin with alcncon lace; bride.
beaded with sequinsand \

apliqucs pearls, featuring a chapel- ---r _. ,- I ROCKLAND PALACE

length train. Her head adornments DONT MISS
consisted of a lace chap-

peau of beaded pearls and sequins THE 6TH ANNUALCALENDAR
with a finger-tip veil. She
carried a white bouquet of gladiolas TEAOF 829 N.W. 2nd Avenue
rosebuds, and orchids. Hex
Jewelry was two strings of cultured THE I
pearl and matching ear DADE COUNTY'YOUNG NOW \

rings. Package Goods
F The bridesmaids wore velveteen DEMOCRATIC ASS'NSun. AVAILABLE
bouffant, cocktail-length I I t
April 13 4 .
gowns designed with sabrina p.m.CLUBTS35 WE MEET ALL ADVERTISED PRICES5th
necklines. Their headpieces were
tierras! of velveteen leaves with

face-length wore veils.emerald The green bridesmaids and Sir John HotelJAMES' WHISKEY | 5 DOUBLE DRINKS

the maid-of-honor wore crimson. GIN Blend Gin Rum


I RUM Vodka

: VODKA f ; 4ScDancing

I 5 & lOc STORE ,

1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 r

"Easter la. Near-April 6-Lay Away Now!" .
!leeks pair M
filled Batkete .50.2.50 B yt --
Carter Dreeeee .... 1J|-2JI Beys Leng Pants pair 140
Bouffaat "pa _-.. .*. 19Eattar Boys Bhlrta ? 1.1t

Hata .....0_ MJ ..,. Hats MMMM ..MM 1.10 a
US Says Bulta. 2 pea. 1.
Hat A B-fl Set -- -
Pocketbooks >....-. M, !.- Tie -- M. .It
_. 'Jf Nightly
& Baby Diaper Sets -
Socks _._ Mir
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Ribbons ...._._ yard .0& Baby BhMt ''
UIO Baby B.""... 1.00
Drfl8n. .___- .21 Baby Drs..s -' .It
Panties ... _- pair 0 Good Food


Simplicity,*attn -", Many Or*" Mt. Every fiy Meet the Gang .,. fAt RukluiA./.ce?,

Man. Thrv ,FrU 7*3 a:*.. H 7SOtat.. till tU ,


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1 THE MIAMI TIMES: -The Peoples' New.paper"PAGE

6" SATURDAY APRIL' 5.. 1958

1 "
-- "

I', Along Freedom's Road


. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . .

;1" Dr. Gardner C. Taylor, ,pastorof widely proclaimed doctrine of 1
Brooklyn's Concord Baptist human brotherhood.
Church, has recently become a
member of New York Ctty's nine-, A NATIONAL CONCERNThe
man Board of Education The oath
country generally to
seems :
of office was administered by '
recognize that the quality of
Mayor Robert F. Wagner at cere. relations in the States is I ,
monies in the municipal buildingIn i Upited ,'g, P,,. L J f S if, if.'
no longer exclusively a southernor
speaking of his appointment,
a northern concern. Increasingly

Dr.' Taylor said that problems In ,, the< American public is
the schools everywhere are huge .
and 'are made terrifyliy by failures recognizing the world that question people's America'shope throughout .",, -", ,.. ,- .-, -- -- _.......----- .-. i'f

in all our c and competence to lead a Officers and 13 third grade membersof Gloria Calhoun and Lorraine Williams
j and white. toward schools I free 'world if one-tenth of its own Dunbar Library Aides shownin secretaries, and Ernest Bethune, president;
more group
people do not enjoy the freedoms
Holding the 1958.59 slogan Up
I wonder
free fromprejudice.
it 'seeks to promote abroad. the school library last week with Mrs. Thomas Patricv;
how long the Miami area will and Read" are Theodore ,
have to wait.!ora Negro<< memberof The substantial absence of Sanford, librarian. In observance of National Zeigler Willie Joe Davis, Corrine Williams

,. or Dade County School communication 'between whites Library Week, the group presentedits Sandra McMillan, Turner Hill, Ro-

Board? and Negroes is a grave obstaclein first assembly program on March 17. ziria Cooper, Richard Nealy, Eugene

LESS SEGREGATON contributing the South;to and unfavorable another factor'race Badges were also received by the 98 members Cleare, James Teate, Walter Jones', Fred.,

IN NORTH relations is the almost complete on Monday morning. Officers shown ricka Watts.and Woodrow Wilson;

absence of joint effort or program are Hancourt Bullard, vice president; Adamsphoto
The assertion of Southern
segregationists -
fey the total citizenry in any
that "segregation is .,
southern community to promotethe
as rampant in the North u, it is
community welfare. These, In their efforts to wreck the Have the
Know Her ? ? you Men
in the South" is false, Roy Wilkins :\
mutual interests of citizens-such,
NAACP and halt the march of Wonderful changes
executive secretary of the
ti as expansion of industry, com- progress The NAACP is forging Being made at
NAACP said in a speech delivered Anyone knowing the whereabouts
munity beautification, better utility the future ''for all Americans. Are '
recently in (Boston Mass. Mr Of Mary Monroe (maiden
services, better welfare services member?
Wilkins also warned that the nation or improved recreation you name), daughter of Adaline and Go out there and Maft
cannot afford to iUnk In could be/ harnessed for positive I George Monroe of Jacksonville, ,will do your heart good ,
t terms of a "cooling air period in action. Florida, please contact by mail,
fr r racial, relations because such an Mrs. Jestlne Johnson, 1784 Am-
interim would be 'used by segregationists ARE YOU A MEMBER ASTHMATICS! sterdam Ave., New York 31, NY. JOIN THEY.

to prepare new barriers Because the NAACP has spear- rtM. tackfof.dmpl*broochUla".criTt nUit mi from ipuHOtfj&eMHnbJ .chok Ap5 M. C. A. TODAY

headed the fight for racial equal- 00 p..l..8rntbaq-w .....ra1''s
Instead of. lagging in civil ity in America, ,it has become the : uSTftdMUMrccomfon
Hhts worf, Mr. Wffldos further focus of the attack by the forcesof sat bnuhiatf OMtamMifl
Hated that we must coUmie bigotry. They have passed laws,
press for oar objectives Be, said Invoked economic sanctions and J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE SEE THE
further that the segregationists attempted political intimidation, .410 N.W. ,62nd St., Miami Fla
assert in affect, that since the
North also indulges racial segregation WORLD'SGREATEST
,, the Joint practices form a
!pattern; deemed to be desirable SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER ;
and: workable by a majority oft
the country: and thus sbould prevail *

,, a.s a national custom. 2186 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 3.2691 COLORED e'

With the exception! of housing PSYCHIC '

these is far Sees sezrtgafioa in the HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
liryc1h than fa the SotfSa m terns
aj boifflSD "nature and "dteatT*, DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY READER '
f Mr. Wilkins maintained. He also
4 madfe the foOowin point that the
vast majority of southern Negroesare
prevented 'by one device or PBOF.
another"" from voting. This Is not
true. in the North. ? : rt

H. Foster president of Tus- BUNTER
t kegee Institute Ala. says in the 4. r
a f 44th annual report oj the American -
I people on development in racial PROF. HUNTER

J relations in the South, 1967, OrFICE,, HOURS: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m .. 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. If you are tick, worried or In trouble this U the)

fr that "a survey of legal and leads group And by Appointment place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the
action during the year to
the conclusion that race relations veil of bad luck that seems to hold you in your track,
i in the Southern Stales are in amore 6705 N W. 15th Avenue Phone PL 75601DOUGLAS and advance forward by the help of God under the

unsettled end disturbed .r, leadership of Prof. Hunter who has 30 years of experience
status than The dIvergent -
a year ago.
segregationist and dese- in spiritualist and occult science. Make your

I gregatlonlst points of view are ,,)00"0... home happy. He will show you how to bypass your

held more resolutely now than in enemies and get tbe.things that life demands for you.
the recent past.Segregationists. ROAD CLINIC
T '
} w w/ ,
( have at their N
command substantial control of 3197 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Miam'i. Fla.
1 the economy extensive authority
in political affairs and considerable The General Clinic U well equipped and offers you excellent,

I influence on the publication Clinical and Medical Services for the care and treatment of all
policies of most media of mass
/ momentum of decades of opera all type for the entire family. Pre Marital Blood tests, Health
tion of these sources in behalf ofa Y
Card and Workmen's Condensation Cases.
segregated society. DeaefircgaUonists > t vy a M--

on the other hand have Office Hours: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday
the support of an awakened and

expressed national concern for 24 Hour Phone Service Dr. James T. Ross
the welfare of all the American
i ... people. They also have the argent Phone Hlland 8.2310 Director Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio on
pressures for freedom on the Pembroke Road 3 miles west of Hall and ale, Fla. on
in.ernational front and the
the north side of the,road, 1 'mil* east of 7th **..

CarTer Ranches. Signs are placed on the top of three-

HOMES st u pio ) story' building. Office b In the duplex In the front of
the Luildin,.

$ SUCCESS LUCK, HAPPINESS If T \9;3 He has fifty times more-power than .any other

** Th. NvnbMB tfc Vi b. medium. You will find him far advanced In know




"Z-vEfjj o Tine added saye outy" tfollais and untold worry. Before making any changes. consult 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7.t P.M -SUNDAY 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M.

Of < t; me at coca tW gated medium wW not only advise but will give help on all affairs r
QQ** 2 of Ub, wcb'ia Love, oowtsttp. marriage and restoring lost affections. Advice on all CLOSED ALL DAY WED., .
J/5 mont matters. No problem U too difficult for me to solve. I'll tell you your name la a
full,sod give names date and facts about your problems. Vliit me today as tomorrow CALL IN PERSON, '
may be too>> lam Dbal go 'thru life unhappy 111 show you the way to success Tourlreaie. '
r. ., whb can be tallied HI give you tout.Lutkyrtambet and Lucky Days All 4 5417, S. W. ITthSt.Hollywood. .

readingcoaildtodal 2Ig| N. W 62nd STREET. MIAMI Fla.






THE MIAMI TIMES- 0rTne Peoples' New'' !k,

i I SATURDAY, APRIL 5r 1958 ,pAdki7TB


Seal Sales $142,209 ,

\ The final total of contributions
I received in the 1067 TB Christ1 -
': 1 mas Seal! Sale was $142,2(10.42,
i( according tit Paul D. Barnes Jr.,
president of the local Tuberculosis ;
Association. ,'
r 5 r .i iJRSt H Almost 63,000 Dade Counflans
,, 'y'yLiL contributed an average of $2.21
I in the Christmas Seal Sale which
opened last mid-November and
I closed last Monday, March 31. 'f
The annual Tuberculosis Christmas
I Seal,Sale is not a member* of .1
the United Fund.ELNORA. f "

( 1

w ., Headquarters for your '4
MIAMI TIMES If you live out,"
p Brownavllle
prominent New Orleans physician WE SEINE
and member of the staff of Flint-
Foremost Ice
Goodridge Hospital, was Invested Cream

r11iii as a Fellow of the International Phone NE 4-9441 ,
-'- -'-
-- College of Surgeons, et Its recent
ne latest of styles i in hats and dresses Burroughs, Mrs. S. M. Frazier, Miss Gertrude biennial convention, held in Lot 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J. .
were modeled by students of the Adult Bush, Mrs. Estella Beason, Mrs. Angeles Dr Haydol also president
of the Standard Life Insurance FINCHER, Mgr
Homemaking Classes in sewing and millinery Johnnie King, Mrs. Maydell Braynon, and Co. of Louisiana.- ANP. indf
at the annual Fashion show and Tea Miss Eloise Gaskin. Standing on table i is ,

which: was sponsored by the Bishop C. A. cute little Patsy Prior, all dressed up i in I

Gibbs Club of St. Paul AME Church at her Easter outfit made by her aunt, Mrs .

Pharr Out on last Sunday. Hats shown in 0. W. Burroughs. LAST CHANCE TO' SEE AND HEAR
picture were made by Mrs. Maydell Bray- :Registration for courses in sewing and

non. From left to right: Little Arabella milli-ery is through April 11 at ,

Bows, Mrs. L. E. Thomas, Mrs. 0. W, Northwestern Senior High School. BOBBY BLUE BLANDPLUS

State NAACP Calls for All ---- -



FRI., SAT., ,SUN., ;APRIL 4,5-6

Out Voters RegistrationTAMPA ,

SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 p.m.-2 a.m.

The Florida State .
Conference of iNAACP branches
Myrtle M. Davis, retired school EASTER SEAL
today issued a call for a "coordi
I teacher' end nationally known
nated Registration the number Effort"of to Increase -I'church,. civic and .fraternal lead- I SALE HITS BEGINNING MONDAY APRIL 7
registered ere Mrs. Davis, who Uves in Miami i I
voter and to off-set purges is president of the Florida $32,300
caused !by the ,failure of registered -
Federation of Colored Women'sclub I Some $32,300 has been receivedIn
voters to participate in elections DINAH ,WASHINGTON
boasts of
a croup
during the 'past two years. the current annual Easter Seal
nearly 25,000 Sale for the Crippled Children'a

Rev A. Leon Lowry, presidentof The drive will begin April 1 Society.
the Florida Conference of and will close June 15. It Is expected The allntnail sale \, s launched PLUS -
NAACP branches said that the to moke the Stale Conference March 6 and concludes Easter
need is "urgent for each Negro I April 6.Frank.
one of the strongest in the
leader and all organizations of nation. All branches are expectedto O. Pruitt Jr., president of EDDIE CHAMBERLEE AND BAND
which Negroes are-a part, to coordinate participate, the announcementsaid. the local Easter Seal Society's Rehabilitation
their efforts to strengthen Center, appealed to
the drive for registration In Dade Countians to respond gen- ADMISSION, 7$ CentsHALLANDALE
no rld a." FREEDOM DAY SET erously and promptly to the 1958: l
Easter Seal appeal.
"All NAACP branches In FlorIda FOR MAY 18, More than 13,000 treatments, t
are now geared to do their tests and services were given, THE
Chairman for the May 18, Freedom
civic duty. They will aid in set Sunday" celebration sponsored during 1957, to almost 900 hand!
ting up coordinated registration by the NAACP in commemoration capped children and adults at the LMS"
drives and are called to set up of the May 17, 1954 Su- Easter Seal Rehabilitation Clinic "
committees to give guidance to Court decision banning racial 1475 NW 14th ave.
registration drives, said Rev. segregation by ,state sanction j

Lowry. will be the I Bishop ShermanL. KEEP hall FROM
"Tho Conference is especially Greene, presiding: bishop of the
Interested in existing conditions :50.000 member African :Methodist GOING ,
in Gadsen, Liberty, Union, Taylor Episcopal Church In Florida.. ..- -. ---.,....ACKs L
.. ...
-- :
several other counties .
and .....
where Negro tegistratlon does not Bishop Greene announced that ........WWMMW..........-,-.-...---..-_, STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY
measure up to the total population the princlpel speaker will be the ..-.......Mb',nrw.w. w
for those counties," the presi- Honorable James Roosevelt, Call 55.eewu......- ---
-" Central Life Franca Co.
dent commented. fornia Congressman and son o4
the late President Franklin D. v1iierrw ."
As example of what he meant, in
Roosevelt. He will speak
Rev.Gadsen Lowry County pointed only out 5 Negroes that In Tampa. !!IUt.. Your Friendly' Company

although the Ne- - - -
were registered - -
gro !population is 47 percent of the 7iOBeringe

total number of residents. there. .. IILM -
He also pointed to Liberty County ,

where only one remains on the ,. 20 Year Payment Life and Educational Endowment

registration"We consider books.the task of registering I Endowment ai Age 65 at Ago 18

citizens as being an im Paid-up Life a: 90 Year Endowment
portant function. Having won the' : Endowment at Age i6 IS 'Year Endowment
for Negro suffrage In
legal fight
Juvenile Estate BuilderMortgage
the South, we must help ta any ____ Whole Life
legitimate Kay to continue the ir pe pN Redemption IS I Payment Life

registration processes," he said. j H.alth Hospitalization 20 Payment Life
Calling the situation with re- I .. PI"
IUds to Negro voters In Floridaa Ienal ague ,. .J Horn Office \
Crisis," Rev. !Awry said that '
helping to put the project Into :R'It '1416 North Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
action will be Robert W. Saunden -,....:- ""' ...,.. =T"9"Dignified
executive for Florida. -- -
"We also expect to hare the Director Lining at 'Its Beat Braacfc Offices r iBRADCNTON
of Voter Registration, for OCALA

aid fa the State," he 14100 N.W. 24th Court Opa Locka, Fla., LAUOCROALI PANAMA CITY

TO SEEK 20,000 t Bedroom and 2 Bedrooms Near Kwlk Cbtk -. Burnt :: JACKSONVILLE aT. PETERSBURG

Tile Bathe Shower PUygreuntft LAKILAND TALLAHAMII
. The 196* membership drrre to
: be conducted by,the JTorida State BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY wilT MAIM Of ACM
Conference of branches wIU seek Phone MU 0617 Aeet on Premises '

20,000 members the state oflfcfannounced. "' Or Can Dewntow OffM,$"$FR j I..S-M1I t I THE., .. .TIME, TO "INJURE.'< IS NOW

'" Chairman. of the drive is MIL 1J ..U.IJl,*.. ' ri -


....t ', .
.1 ;--

L :. ... .. .. J .. .... "" ... tain the principal's and dean's WHY BE SICK?
offices, homemaking and business ,
It is to Examination of your Percent! All
and science departments.
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I be completed by September. m.nt plus examination of heart
I bladder
stomach, liver, gall
.... ... . extendedto lungs,
-. : .c.I'; .. A sincere apology is rectal, prostate, nerve reflexes

Ill V THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples Newspaper" tremely proud of the recent win.. ; in Miss physical Catherine education Leaks from, interne Be- nalysls,, blood Including pressure x-ray and as Indi url

ners of the Sub-deb Talent Show, her
." thune-Cookinan. We omitted and
consultation. Clip
f' Free
PAGE 8 SATURDAY APRIL 5 1958 J. E. Scott Community cated.
;> sponsored by name in the March edition of the bring this adlTreatments!
I Association The 1st _prize school newspaper story on interns for blood, skin or
winners, Known as "The voices-' from colleges in our school I urinary disease, piles, rectal,
BUNCHE PARK, ELEM.The several members of the club acquainted won by rendering their version of Miss Leaks Is Ii BTW graduateand stomach trouble, prostate gland
the audience beauty of spring and Easter organization and administrationof hit. The group is made up of 6th our graduates return to us. Bestof nervousness, low vitality, ulcer,
is felt around our school as the clubs activities.The grade; pupils, all of Mr. Doles' luck to all of you. hormane deficiency,. lost vigor,
evidenced by the array of beautiful team demonstration which class. Joy Williams, Maxine arthritis and chronic diseases.New .
A card from our prin-
"Easter Baskets on Parade." Foulkes, and Nettie Smith com-
i was given by Bobbie Andersonand Location
annual prise the Gladys Martinez cipal Indicates that he is enjoy-
This is an art project sponsored Grace Wallace, participants group SOUTHERN CLINIC
/toy Mrs. Willya Blue, art also from Mr. Doles' class won ing the educational workshop at
in the State Fair at Tampa, was Dillard University in New Or- 2847 Coral Way .
consultant. Each child in the primary third prize for a Spanish song-
a most attractive, "mouth water leans. \ Hours: 106. Closed Wed.-Thurs.L .
dance routine. Miss Paula Wil-
department made a basket I ing" and educational
under the direct supervisionof For the above type one.of achieve liams sponsored the children. 1 Congratulations to the debs .
I Our extended for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority -
their teacher. This is one of meat in 4-H work several prayers are
the activities that all primary awards the recovery of ,Miss Paula Williams Brenda Frazier, Marcia Johnson,
children look forward to. were made. The recipientswere ] who has been hospitalizedfor Elizabeth Solomon, Beverly Nix- WHAT IS'
I : Karen and, Joyce Lang, the past week. on, Mae Frances Jones, Jewyll
Ernest Floyd, Deanna Pember-I Sondra el. Johnson, and Ellen Beth Mrs. Charlote Clark, zone sup Johnson' Marcelle Wake, Betty J.
ton, Cheryl Watts, Ronald ,Proctor : $50 The latter's award included a crtvispr, was a recen guest con Kelly, Anna J. Hawkins and Joy 930 'I
Savings Bond
Imogene Harvtn and Abigail by the sultant to our first grade teachersat
Sears Roebuck Evans.Dorothy
Tompkins were winners in their Foundation for their request. She proved in* L., ,Jenkins, reporter
respective grade groups spelling excellent work in the area of deed helpful in helping to solve -- -
bees. Abigail was declared school homemaking. some of the problems that con -
champ and will represent ,our Our vivacious county home front them as first grade teachers.
school in the Herald's spelling bee demonstration agent, Miss Victoria M ary F.: Williams, principal HELP WANTED! .
on Tuesday. I M. Simpson, was among those '
Carolyn: Smith was declared who received tributes and tokensof DUNBAR ELEMENTARYThe Make $168 a week preparing envelopes. Our instructions -
first prize winner in the First Annual appreciation for service to the
public is cordially Invitedto tell how. Enclose 'stamped envelope
Spelling Bee between Bunche
club.A attend the April meeting of the I
of fifteen
Park and Rainbow Park. Carolynis group Carver High
PTA on Easter Monday evening, WRITE:
Students has
in Mrs. Ltghtseys room. Abigail just finished a pro
beginning at 7 o'clock. At that
ject called
of Mrs. Miller's class tied "Operation Recreation
." have time, a group of 30 children will EWELL FARLEYBox
Mary Carson of Rainbow for sec- evaluated recreational present Easter of
6nd honors. I .facilities for teenagers an program 71 Highsplint Ky.
in the Coconut Grove area' singing and recitation based on ,
Mrs. Andrew Freeman's class I The Carver High family is very "Courage," one of the words of Apr26
Jesus. This
art was displayed in the front pleased to have Mrs. Counts in inspirational scriptwas
hall during the month of March. its midst after a period of illness. written during the past
Seed Mosiacs, spot painting and We hOn} that Mrs. :E. Stevens, Christmas holidays ,by the prin-

wax drawings were featured.,, who is presently convalescingwill t cipah"Father House" the 1111111>A71)11 7o>>IJtJtI JtJI
March brought the Good Health return entry -
soon. ,for Area K of the ACE Play SHOP ATBarkley's
Drive to a close. Good grooming, Elliott J, Pieze presented the
\I'': festival, was adjudged winner onlast
good manners, correct postureand 1957 championship
trophy for
Friday nLht. The play will
balanced diets empha- football to the Cut RateWHERE
were Carver Hornets. compete ,for county honors dur-
sized. As a result of this campaignour : The'trophy was received by Capt. ing the latter Dart of April. ,
pupils are aware of correct Ozie Dunn and co-captain Eugene QUALITY LIES
health habits. Mrs. Fannie Cros Cambridge. This trophy Is Mr. Rychard Cook and seven
by, and Harold Mitchell were presented annually to the members ,'-of. his morning group
m o s t
sponsors; of this project.; outstanding football team in the visited th Mayflower II on last: 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-2376

D. Harte, reporter city by the ,Florida Agricultural Saturday morning. They then attended -

E A .F. Brooks, prlDc1palNORTHWESTERN' md Mechanical University Alumni In the the main, 2:30:Children's Story Hour Room held at Gifts, Cards, Dolls and Gifts of all Kind
: j '' HIGH trophy the Hornets This have is the received third- .fle Henry Flagler Public Library Pokena Sets ....-.. 1.49 2.98 Dresser Sets 5.19 to 12.98
from this group. !In Bay; Front.Park. : Hans a ? David- IL Dobbs, assistant director Ellen Bethel, reporter lan Anderson's -Little Mermaidwas ............ .98 Cologne Set .... 1.25 3.69
M of Vocational and Adult told; a film "The SteadfastTin Electric Iron .... 3.98 9.95 Old Spice Cologne

Education showed Northwestern R. R. Soldier" and a movie of Ma- Waste Basket ................ 69 and Lanolin ................ 1.00
faculty "Northwestern in Action"with MOTON rine Life were shown. Winter Is Approaching Evening In Paris

a one half hour color filmstrip Here it is. The curriculum coun Mr. and 'Mrs. Johnny Pearsall Medicine Sets ................ 1.00 3.98
which he began shooting In cil of R. R. Moton outlined a were given a surprise dinner Scott'a Emulsion .98 1.79 Comb and Brush

September. plan for "Spelling Emphasis party on last Sunday afternoonby Dr. Brown's Magnolia Sets ................ 1.00 2.49
Dorothy Edwards, dean of ,girls, Month," which was observed dur. the Samuel Jones, their longtime Remedy................... 1.49 Men's Small BriefCases
.. is serving on the Evaluation ing the month of March. The ob friends. The occasion was a Father John ........ 85 1.35 ............................ 2.9P
Visiting Committee at Lincoln jectives ,for the program: were double/ celebration of the Pear- Yaramln Tabs ............ 2.98 Evening In Paris
High Academy at FL Pierce. ((1)) to create an interest in spell sail's 21st wedding anniversaryand King's Men's Sets ........ 2.10 Stick Deodorant, 2 for $1
..4 ? Elvee Timmons, radio instructor ing; (2)) To create a desire to I Mr. Pearsall's birthday. They
spent two days at Tuskegee spell correctly; (3)) to develop the were presented with a huge basket -
College while attending a meeting , /ability to spell.'Extensive .1 of red rose buds. Guests pres- SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK
s of Tuskegeels Institute on plans were, formulated ent included Winton Browns, of
Radio Technology which occurred and executed. Many spelling Cleveland, the Randolph Arlems,I Where Prices Are Right

j' also during his class reunion aids were displayed along the Mesdames Ann Allen, Georgia 1201 N.W. 3rd Arena
halls for use by pupils. Rollins and Samuel Marlow.We I
April 11 is the date when a An evaluation of the spelling are praying for the J We Deliver Call FR 3-9456 or FR 4-2376 ,

convention of school ,board mem program in March took speedy of Mrs. John
place the
M "rwestern bets will be .in Miami. North :ast week of'the month. A writ.. ([Buster) Pickett, daughter of I I, KK L MaK"

/ .will be visited by manydelegates. ten test. was cOlPUuby eachgrade I Mrs Cherry: Mills Boyer, TV aide.

group, and spelling bees Mrs. PicKeu, Known professionally -
Second big candy sale to defra among these groups were held in as Paula Lanier, Is vocalist KKPLEASE
a $2,000 balance on band uniforms the cafetorium. Reports at with the Top Notes of Curt Har :
I will have Its kick-off April 23. activities, samples of written tests mon. She underwent surgery last
J Northwestern gratefully thanks and tests results>'were submitted Monday at Medical Center, New

: community friends for the sue to the council for concentration.It York, t'

j cess of the first sale which I Don't be a Free !Rider! .
brought down the total bill of was quite an experience for B. T. W. HIGH SCHOOL
the 2nd
I grade when they competed
I $7,0001 and solicits continued aid with the 2nd grade class Harold Culmer, Cynthia Ferguson This is Your Fight Too '
l in her forthcoming project. !from J. ,R. E. Lee Elementary, Ruth Austin, Student
(r l The following three teachers The class came to Moton with the Council members, and Mrs. Hazel REMEMBER .
have won scholarships, to study teachers, Mrs. M. Lane and :Mrs.J. Simmons, sponsor left Thursday, )
t at institutions of, higher learning Patten. The spelling bee lasted April to Attend the State Student) IF YOU WANT TO BE FREE BY SIXTV.THREE'YOU'VE
during the summer: ,Mrs. Gwen ten rounds, with Lee the winner Council meeting in St. Peters GOT TO PAY TO'PAVE THE WAY
dolyn Barnett, science, Morgan As a c.nination:; to .our guest burg '
State College; George Miller, science I I I spelling effort, we were able to On March 25 the Student Coun YOU NEED THE NAACP AND THE NAACP
1 Tuskegee College, James I come up with a contestant for the cil held Its annual election of officers '
Wanza, science, Howard Univer II I I County finals that were held in for ,the offices 'of presidentand t: NEEDS YOU ,

r sity.English Administration 1 Building on vice president and Miss BTW
Department produced'"April 2. The happy contestant is; As a result the following persona: 0
finalist for Herald Spelling Con I Ia sixth grader, Lillie Mae Brad were elected: President, Willie ,
test. Lizzie Alexander, who was shaw from Mrs. W. A. Kelly Green; vice president, Ruth Aus Clip this application and Join 'Today

placed In the upper 29 contestants j class. Next week you'll find out tin, and Miss BTW Delores. Ricks Or send a contribution
during the written. elimlnak- 'Just how Lillie Mae came out in They.t! will take. their offices for
__ ... __
lion phase, aim(4 41 K as .<.eat po MI the spelling L oee. 1958-39 in September. JOIN THE "FIGHT FOR FREEDOM"N.A.A.C.P.
r bUllies ol finishing in the'upper I Llnnie W. Fannin, principal Last week was National Allied I
10 cptm completion of the tabulatiou Dorothy S. Sawyer, reporter Youth Week. And to commemorate . MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN '
of the oral phase. I it the Allied Youth Post presented '
Mrs. Doreen Young, Journalism DOUGLAS ELEMENTARYDouglas its annual program. Man; Type of Membership: 191
instructor who has been ill for a Interesting facts were given o n I
month has returned to her position participated in the antual alcohol. Minimum _.__.......-..-... 2.00 c' )

All Northwesternes are' Dramatic Festival held at The Science Fair was a bi|,, with Crisis.Magazln .... 3.50 Please Print
( )
happy of her arrival Phyllis Wheatley Elementar success. Many students parties Mr. .
i School on last Friday. This affairIs pated. (From school competitionthe I Blue Certificate ............ 5.00 ( ) Mrs. ".
C. W. CARVER HIGH I sponsored by the Dade County following persons won prizes '
II I Elementary Teachers' A. C. E. Jewyll Johnson won honorabl*; Gold Certificate ..-..... 10.00 ( ) Miss _

The 4iH Club of George W.. Douglas presented "Wilbur's Wild mention in the county competi. Contributing ............... 2500 ( )
Carver High held Its' annual assembly SNjht", with Willie Scott, Joy tion. "

>> program Thursday, March Williams! Maxine Fouliks, Char Since' this was pre-Easter wee k Life Membership ...-... 50000 ( ) Address. '
'17 at 9:15 a,m. I t lene Hawkins, Wayne' Thompson members of the Girl Counseilpr:s ,
la keeping with the National' Gladstone Hunter and Linda Me-, sold "chicks" to add to the -galet;, Youth (under ,17)) ..;...NN. .50 ( ) .,
theme:, "Salute to Parents" the I Cray portraying the characters in t and anxiety of the coming Lastex'.
(17 to 21)) ......??....... 1.00 ( )
club Included a letter of greeting the skit. Mesdames Vera Austin, Every Monday now the members 'z on. ,

i I) from 'President Eisenhower to and Beulah Chester work untiringly of the Patrols come dressei I Total ...__....___...' $ ...............
-irtn and leaders all over with the children and are to in their complete uniforms. The;Y I .
II America. be commended for their efforts. I will be leavingin May for Wash,
Each Item on the program further Our production was regarded a Nngtfn,. D. ,C. lor the annual AAJI Membership, of $5 and up include Crisis,I' :
explained the ideals and opportunities tie with the presentation that was competition. '
I Mall
". 'of 4-''H achievements made by Phyllis Wheatley. I Work has begun on the n ewing w I to NAACP, P. O. Box 6, Coconut Grove i,F a. .

rx. The atory'cf '4-H a* depicted by The Douglas family was ex- I for our school. It will con

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I Band Parents THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples Newspaper"

Miami Sponsor Nassau I
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: -.I
By DAVE (Mr.
Swing) BONDU
f) _. ft- _....
me Dtutu rllrelHS.11.10: u* I ...
Booker T. Washington High is .
STRANGE M It may seem to is appearing at the Beau Rivage; sponsoring a city-wide contest to1 AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
some of us in this day and age,, Damito Jo and Roy Branker purchase additional uniforms for
we find that (Hartley's Department sharing the bill at the Voyager are the band. ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000) To conform with
store downtown d esn't t Lounge on Biscayne Blvd. The contest, which emphasizes Florida LawIf
/ want any Negro business Mrs .- popularity, win begin April 8 and
Marie Brown, wife of Dr. J. O. Th@ au... .. ... .."c "...__,._,__ close May 8. you have a driver' llcenie, we can Inure you
Brown, r Z; sepal AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR
went to Hartley's to purchase is coming to the; '
a pair of shoes. She was Palms in Hal-'] Band parents and patrons of PAY AS YOU RIDE with little down and 8 months'toay<
told she could !buy them but she landale. Florida\ the school will be soliciting your
wouldn't be able to try them on. Joyfully welcomes ti aid in helping them become the
Upon receiving this verbal slap, the one; h4 I most popular person through subscriptions AGENCY
Mrs. Brown asked to see the 'nd only a and donations. The per. .
manager. When asked if he want DinSh reporting: the highest amount of Open Dally .and .(Saturday to IS''' p.m. .
ed Negro 'business, the store j money on May 8 will be given a
manager ton, queen of 645 N.W. 36th Street PL '9-5284
free .
told Mrs. /Brown that he or blues. We MJI"I trip to Nassau.A ,
they didn't want the Negro busi welcome r special .
concert will
ness.Mrs. Chamblee a <-4at-->ort-- tvtt-" /..Via. U......*.t/4'" t.". ..?.AU.!.ren-,.?....?. , ;,0' ",.. "" I
Brown 'came to see me _Vita-;-_ Kan/4_M__, .......-.-- I the contest on May 8. This concert .
with this complaint. I called I in the Miami area . For those will be presented in the auditorium
Hartley's and talked to a Mr the greatest ''blues singerbarwill at 8:15: p.m. If you pur-
'Wh1 Ple who stated.that he did make the week of April 7 at chase a subscription from a con PA 1/JL'S
,not know of any such thing and none. testant or give a donation to one, FAMOUS BAR-B.QUE
referred me to the owner, a Mr. I the Palms in Hallandale a "swing. you will be able to attend the
:Katz. I called Mr. Katz and each greatest female jazz singers and concert Free upon presentationof 1435 N/WI 3rd Ave. Phone,FR 4-9205
time his secretary gave me some of you who aren't in the know your vote at the door.
poor excuse. The first time 1 Dinah and the Chamblee band Student subscriptions are 50c (Corner N.W. 3rd ,Ave. & 14th Terr.) ,
called Mr. Katz was at lunch, the ing affair So be on the scene to and adult subscriptions are $1.00.
second time he was very busy are making their first appearanceeye Mrs. A. M. Johnson is 'president' {Specializing in Bar-B-Que Ribs and Chicken
and would call me later. Later and ear the happenings. Don't of the Band Parents Club. Mr. .
again I called this time iddie is the Queea's King Queen Timothy O. Savage is bandmaster Catering to Parties Banquets Clubs, etc.
and I was .... . .
. ...... ,. ___.__ -- --- - .
told---- thJllt-.-. -u.-. .7t....+- .... AUU&'u'CI'- puss me weeps one s one or the
ence. The reason I called the I OPEN ALL NITE FRIDAY & SATURDAYFree
owner was merely to ask why WALLY FUTCH and the J&u
they ,wanted Negroes to buy their Lab Septet really tore it up last I Delivery Service Day or Night
wares and not be able to try Friday nite at the Jazz Out of WHY IS
them on. You can go to Richard's, Miami Concert . Ann Smith,
Burdine's and almost any store soloist for the Southland Singers, Jack Richardson, Manager
on Flagler and try on merchan will be featured with a SO-Voicc 930 ?
dise, all except one store-Hart- City Wide Choir at the Long
ley's. shoreman's Hall Thursday, April
10 . Louise Pincher, wife of
As true American Negroes, I police officer Dave
Fincher, hasa
.say let's all boycott Hartley's. Tell December date with Sir Story Drive Carefully I Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
U of your White friends to stop . Policeman of The Week:
going there and if any of them Dave Pincher .. Pretty Girl of WWT W ww wwwW W W W WY WTWWW.
have accounts there to withdraw The Week: Marie Adams. '
them from !Hartley's. If we, as 1 1t
Negroes put up with this sort of MRS. MAMILAMBERT of p&N' ;'W'f"t'F't.t.U' s I'ED r}
thing we will be throwing ourselves 1240 NW 70th St., wants all of her t
back 20 years. I'm very friends to know how much she t # '''' Mc
'much surprised that Mr. Katz, enjoyed the flowers and get well it: !
obviously Jewish, would have the cards that were sent to her dur- ;i
call to refuse Negro business. I inj her time of Illness. As Ma- i
know that many Negroes have mie puts it, she sez Thanks to ui I ,ui!(
donated their services to members I II all of you.JACK ui Jt
I or the Jewish race and the Jew '
ish people of the USA and the I O'DELL, long time pop. i '
Negroes have worked hand in ular figure of Miami, died a )H ,
hand. Yet ''foreigners (from other heart attack Tuesday afternoon. i ri
countries, even those with dark Practically everybody that ever P
skin, are treated better than our came to Miami got to know the ) PR
own people. So, I say again, stop famous O'DeU's Corner'Bar. Jack, j H; Comfortable and Modern Living u
buying at Hartley's. Patronizt' as everyone knew him, was well H
the stores that cater to all the liked and respected by all who I ,." .
people, all the races. Send post knew him. Jack was also one of _:: Kind '. "i
cards of protest, call FR 1-161J I the gentlemen that spearheaded : ,ij 1ST ef its . c,
and protest. Let Hartley's take the golf proceedings' in court so I .
notice that the Negroes in Miami that Negroes would be able to: :
are human beings. play everyday Our regrets to the .
family of Jack O'Dell, one ofMiami's =:II: !t
ALTHEA GIBSON,' top tennis leading citizens ,

star Is in Miami to -olav- several _.._ __ k'I ful
exhibition games. Between|I THE GARDENIA Circle ,Club plc' I 3201 Douglas Road Corner Day Avenue
matches( Althea h soaking up will present a tea Easter in the H
'sun at the Sir John pool Eddie I Fiesta Room of the Mary Eliza- MANAGER APARTMENT 5 fl
Castleberry, known as the beth Hotel . David Hawthorne, ;:J: .
Castlerock, has moved his famous Negro hater, is now sticking his : ..' /' !(
amateur show out to the Jim Jam nose in Negro ,YMCA affairs lie i, i5f iU
Club. If it's fun and good entertainment must be seeking new publicity 0 f.ifs Kind in
you want, go to the Jim I because now he wants to start ,H: . '
Club on,Wednesday nights . o. messln1 with our kids. As for me
Dan Boland's favorite drink Is a I'm not going to stand for it. If 1 .
beer highball. It's very simple to the Indians in Carolina have the J J: I IN LIBERTY CITY I:
make, just a bottle of beer;and a guts to standup to the Klan, then fJ .
cherry . Impressario Larry i< we should have the guts to standup .
Stelle and his Smart Affairs of to these Hate Blfgots. Let ;4 It t tIt
1953 has invaded Miami. He carries them know that we no longer put j( 1370 Northwest 61st Street t\
23 beautiful girls and nine our hats .'A our hands and play
boys . Other celebrities in the ancient role of Uncle ''Tom. !( MANAGER APARTMENT 5 lfl
town: Sarah Vaughn is appearingat Suport your YMCA. Send a Donation ,! iUP
the Fountainbleau; Billy Wil to Moses Perry, care of !
Hams Quartet is making the Carver, Branch, 340 NW 3th st., 8 :
Americana- scene; Hadda Brook Every little bit helps. iJ r n r r ELECTRIC rIIWA r:


KING fi f TERt f,:,


a y. The "King Clown" of radio, r A H t
1 truly control the feminine fj fti LARGE, AIRY APARTMENTS and 2 BEDROOMS TILED ?!{;

)', 'audience* .. '. In the morning! *!t BATH AND {
9 he does a three hour program! ,i : :SHOWERS BUILT-IN IRONING BOARDS t I- PLAY r.r:
.:4. ; $ ; E wherein utilize the tele '1 '
."phone on the air He receive .. :t f!t
some 200 sails each morning.. B
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t'Z After hour ho work a* MC J: ,
? # : 'f at the Palm night! club. King '

has business'a background//having been ef a voea show.," .i xj I No Deposits $ Move Right In :

r1 !: lilt with Lionel Hampton and i:: .
Wllll Jackson. iI I c

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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People. Newapaper"PACE : Bethune-Cookman NAACP UNITS cilities pitals, and such annexation as schools ol and conuty hos-

10 Annouces Summer URGED TO / property
''!Be careful to make inquiry
SessionThe EXAMINECITY relative to intra-community expansion -
PLAN S ," the leaflet warns. "By
1958' Summer Session at

IESCA Annual Meeting Bethune run for Cookman nine weeks College beginningJune will NSW: YORK Local units oi ing tbis Negro we mean areas studying on the the way exist-to

16 and extending through the National Association for the find out what the new plans call
7 August 9, according to an an- Advancement oif Colored Peopleare for, concerning density not only in
nouncement from the office of Dr. urged to meet with the plan I the existing areas, but also In sur-
} is Swell Affair John Sylvester Smith, dean of the ning commission in their respective rounding areas which might con-
college. The summer session will communities with a view to ceivably" be brought into the sec-
provide courses in the liberal arts developing programs of action to tion.
; and teacher training' with offer- eliminate residential segregation. City and community planning
t The excellent membership din- ings leading to the AB and BS In one of'a series of leaflets, Mr. Jones points out, "is a com-
ner meeting held Wednsday, degrees. ...<. prepared by the Association's plex problem. But study of the
i IA LJNDAROF evening, !March 26 by JESCA at Dr. Smith also announces that housing department and circulated subject will afford an opportunity
the Community Building was a there will be courses in elemen- among NAACP branches, to ,bring to light and publicize the
revelation to me. An inspiring tary education, secondary educa- Madison S. Jones special- assis- evils of racial segregation." The
Bellowing plus a short and snappy tion, workshops in speech and tant of housing, calls for consul areas to ,which Negroes are con-
t % ( program followed by a swell buffet drama, audio-visual education.The tation !between branch officers fined, he indicates, often lack
Wlfafc dinner. . that's my style! summer session will afford and planning commissioners to' code enforcement, proper health '
'A nice solo by a capable and the students with the usual cultural discuss various phases of the city's and welfare safeguards, and, as
lovely miss, accompanied by a and recreational opportunities master plan."Intelligent. a result, deterioate rapidly.
young man with "educated" fin- : Drama, dancing, concerts, planning," the leaf-
gers 01 the piano keyboard anda swimming, lectures, movies, exhibits let asserts, "is the key to a successful -
It has been three-and-a-half few short speeches . just and tours. Other recrea- urban renewal and rede- MAE'S. BEAUTY SHOP
years since Congress passed the long enough to build appetite ,> tional activities are: Tennis soft- velopmentprogram.. "The NAACP
law authorizing private industry whetted /toy side up glances my at I| ball, volleyball and basketball.The .' units are urged particularly to Glamour Styles Friendliness
., to own and operate nuclear electric -I the busy !bees flitting (back and summer school calendar as scrutinize the master plan with 2050 Service Road
power plants. In that time an forth n the kitchen, preparing announced by Dr. Sylvester Smithis reference to such factors as population Opa Locka( Fla. '
expanding atomic energy pro the dinner. Those busy bees serve : June 16, registration; June 17, trends, Ultra-community Phone MU 8-0478
gram thus (far involving more than ed up a honey of a. meal. classes and late registration begin expansion, zoning, community fa- A5
$500 million of electric utility ; July 4-5 Independance Holi-
company, funds has evolved, in Thtt purposes of this gathering, days; August 9, commencement.
which 123 of these companies are as elucidated by Mrs. J. L. Dixon, Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,

actively participating.Our chairman of the membership committee LIGHTHOUSE FOR Guaranteed .....................,........".. $4.75
,interested me a great
Our lawmakers seem to be get deal especially this one: 'To fellowship BLIND NOT Late Records ........................ 4 for $1.00
I ting busier and busier. According, together in the true
r to the Portland Oregonian, the settlement spirit of neighborliness ASKING FUNDS Class Rings,' Luggage, Watches, Radios

," 82nd Congress passed 594 laws,I "' Fellowship is the spiritual 0 Guaranteed Watches ........ from $8.95
; the 83rd (passed 781, and the 84th vehicle that brought me from the The Lighthouse for the Blind, a ,
I passed 1028. Its likely that the far tide of town to this meeting, United Fund agency serving the DAVID JEWELERS
I'' Current Congress, thfe 65th, will and which caused me to partici- sightless in Dade County, an- ''
k pass still more.Columnist pate by "Joining up" nouned today it is not now soliciting 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
Victor Riesel reports funds nor is it holding any
I't that the ATL-dO !big union, Y(.u 'see, I believe strongly in fund raising campaign with the
I working through its Committee kilo JVship and 'brotherhood, and general public. >
I on Political Education, will go all that the' fellow in out this year to elect political Flatib'ish, as well as in Florida is director of the Lighthouse, said OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
candidates who are favorable to my neighbor! and brother. Believeme the organization joined the Unit-
Its goals and programs. At least fellowship is the only ship ed Fund last year and participated SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
40 million pieces of literature that fan safely carry us through in the :first United Fund drive
;I/ will be distributed in the next I the stormy seas of hate, prejudice, thereby making itself availablefor PSYCHIC READERLet
I eight months, and an attempt will and misunderstanding, which we United Fund dollars during
I be made to see that all of the must nil in order to reach ourdestina 1958.
union's 13,500,000 members' are \'on, the port of world Townsend said calls to his office -
registered to vote. (Emphasis is on peace aid brotherhood. indicated another organization -

grass-roots activity. il hope my enthusiasm will encourage may be raising funds for
others to participate in sightless persons and some work-
i The record tor tenure the fellowship provided for' by ers in that drive may be referring -
in Congress was recently estab- JESCA's activities. All you folks to the,Lighthouse as headquarters -
lished !by'Senator Hayden of Ari who want a better community for that campaign 1ry'.y V. l
zona. Now 80, he has seen 47: con- and abetter/ world climb aboard!
secutive years of service, begin- We're sailing now! I
ning in 1912 'when Arizona became -Phil Ossofer
t a state.According I

to the Tax Foundation frame or tall
I ; never use a line I
k for every billion dollars cut made of metal or, containing metal TOOTHApE
from the federal budget the average -
never fly) a kite in the rain or
family of :four could keep near electric power lines; never
u $19 which otherwise would go to run across streets or highways

Washington.Time while (flying kites;" never let a my year of Experience guide and protect you through Lift
says the "Britain's womb kite go over radio or TV aerials. M a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm

r, to-tomb National Health Serviceis
In the red again. Individual
contributions arc due for big in Drive Carefully For Success in Business And Lore

crease. It. was originally estimatedthat CONSULT HER i
the plan would coat $490 mil
lion a year. Actual cost, in the You can now have your home made happj I
next fiscal year will be in the "A Living Service for the Living- Get ant' Hold the position you so long wanted
neighborhood of '$2 !billion. s Don't Stay in the rut get out now

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t f I 1UrM'I .... Dignified, Personal Courteous Service A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark
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Morning JudgeNews Inter-Civil Council VOWS

From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court

e JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding Bus Fight to Finish

By Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer
Tallahassee This week will I _
live in infamy Two of the three!,,'
Another excessive total of 99 I'malicious mischief (damaging oi boys who rode the buses as first-
APRIL 5 1958
cases was listed for trial in Judge 'five jalousy glasses, property oi class Americans are now serving: PAGE. 11
Johnson's Municipal Court on, Mildred Gray) fined $25 or ten rigorous sentences because they
March 24. It was another session days. refused to agree with ''a foolish '
filled with a variety of highlightcases law enacted ,by the City of Tal-
which kept the overcapacity John Edward Sanders, charged lahassee which states: "The driver 'Many Nominated for
crowd at a high point of In- with reckless driving fined $15 or of the bus may assign seats to
terest. (-J! | I I six days. pasengers for health, weight and

Quite disturbing was the case Hansel Mitchell, charged with boys safety are of veterans Its passengers.who have" These serv-
assault and battery with hands Miami's 10 Best Dressed
of Ben Washington of 1315 NW on ed their country with honor
5th ave., Calvin Cooper, 328 NW I Vocola Mitchell, fined $75. or 30 ,
22nd st., apt. 8, Jerry William I days. Though 'We expect to ultimately -
Steel of 1601 NW 62nd st. and Samuel Seymour, charged with triumph, we here and now assert -I - Have you voted for the 10 Best
John Henry Johnson of 328 NW our determination to continueour Dressed Women?
22nd St., apt. 5. fanity disorderly, and conduct with carrying by\ using a knife!pro-, opposition without 'violence Sigmas to Announce The Saints Ann's and Margaret'sChapter t
any measure which we consider of the Woman's Auxiliary -
fined 26 Social Actions
$65 or days on both
Washington and Cooper were charges. undemocratic and unchristian, of the Church of the Incar-
charged with carrying concealed t even If it means that many more AwardsSocial nation urge you to please vote on
weapon. I of us will have to serve sentences. 10 of the names submitted who
Actions Awards honor- you feel are the 10 'best dressed
About 4:30 Saturday afternoonnear We shall continue to walk in ing citizens, who have made outstanding in the :Miami '
women area.
the 22nd Street Bar on 3rd dignity rather than ride in hu- contributions In the field
ave. Officer Hill saw WashIngton miliation. Speed, Herndon and of human welfare will be presented ,I The names are:
and Cooper squaring off at Spagna have not been degraded; on Sunday, April 13 by mem- !Mesdames Lucille Thou, Joyce-
each other with (knives In frontof they have taken their rightful /bers of Rho Sigma Chapter, Phi lyn Burroughs, Lloma Green,
the bar. Arresting the two, Hill place 'With many Individuals /who Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Clyde Killen, Sybil Johnson,
said he
also shook down are now martyrs to the cause of The awards are to toe presented Thelma Johnson McDonald, Ver-
Steel and Johnson who were Christian righteousness of human during the regular 11 &m. services neka Silva, Zelma Black, Eugenia
standing by and found knives on dignity. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church,I Thomas, Bettye J. Baker, Bernice
them, The (four were arrested. tk The price that they are paying where members of the !fraternity I Moore, Ruth N. Polite, Janie

Judge Johnson (found the four has renewed our determination to have been invited to worship.The Reeves, Fannie B. Williams, Alice
guilty and fined Washington and oppose without hesitation every sermon for the occasion, ,D. !Harrison, Forence Taylor, Al-
Cooper $75 or 30 days. Steel and form of segregation. Those who "Community Consciousness" will zada R. Knowles, Mable D.
Johnson ,were fined $50 or 20 think that we are faltering may be delivered by the 'pastor, Rev. Thompson, Julia Sawyer, Bertha
days each. look for us in the front seats of Edward T. Graham.In Roland, Pauline Dunn, Isabella
every /bus, in every 'public place addition to the regular Social Johnson, Lillie Pearl Dorsett,
Among other cases were: where we have heretofe bowedto Actions Awards, a' plaque Syble IF, Ferguson, Ollie Reeder,
Ada Lee Bell, charged with attempted the stigma of sgregatlon and will be presented to "The Sigma Corene Anton\ Gloria Evans, H.
petty larceny and with racial discrimination. Man of the Year" in appreciationof Davis, Alton Turner,, Altamese
disorderly conduct by creating a his services to the fraternity Robinson, Ann Lindsey, Eloise
disturbance, fined $25 or 10 dayson District Laymen during the year. Williams, John O. Brown, Irene
the petty larceny charge and I : Officers of the fraternity Include Pratt, Portia Bannister and C. M.
$15 or six days on the other. The .... Pondering Evangelist is the' Meet in Key WestKey Earl A. Wells, president; T Lewis -
second was suspended. Rev. E. E. Cleveland, Bible lec- S. Greer, vice president; Thomas
I turer, who has just completed West The Miami District Papino, secretary; William A. Misses .Ann Johnson, Loraine
Ruby Lee (Murry, charged with 27,000-mile evangelistic tour. Rev held their Chapman Jr., treasurer; J, Otis Sawyer, Lenora Sands, Gloria
assault and !battery on her hus- Cleveland, a fighter for human i Laymen regular Hay wood Jr., /business manager Braynon, Leotha Sands, Billye .
!band, George, fined $50 or 20 rights, included in his travels,I meeting Church at Bethel AME I Thompson, Gertrude Dash Gus-
!Rev. W. A. Zanders
lie Johnson,' Annie Bell Harris
days. stops in Africa, Formosa and In- ,
donesia.-ANP pastor. Edna Deveaux, Ann Mortimer. ,
Cleveland Keyes, charged with Witt "J<*&; oN; ;Y.o, ifA'fct Maxine Bethel
disorderly conduct by using profanity The executive board meetingwas MK'IO.'N'rt,* ..M0rtJ :
and with carrying an ice called to order by the presi. OR J lIOrlOOMr Ballot boxes are at the Miami
pick, fined $65 or :26 days on the dent, Bro. Zack Ferguson. There Times' downtown office, 1112
two charges. Non-Surgical Treatment were high points discussed per NW 3rd ave and at the plant or
Hernia Piles taining to the church. The presi at the vestibule the Church of
Ruby MoCriff, charged with dent then turned the meeting over the Incarnation, 1335 NW 54th st,
assault and battery with a knifeon I (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids) to the Benevolence 'president, North' Travel Bureau, 1104 NW
her husband Boisie, and with I i I DR. LONG'S CLINIC Prof George who called for all r R f 3rd ave. and in the lobby of the
malicious mischief, cutting up finance then the .
reports execu-
21 8.W. lath Ave Mary Elizabeth Hotel, 642 NW
clothes valued at $100 propertyof :I' Phone FR 3-2748 tive meeting ,was closed. The * her husband, fined $150 or 60 regular meeting was opened by either of the above addresses.
days. I I I the !pastor, Rev W. A. Zanders
Add Life to Yeartand with the junior choir in charge. Further information, contact or
Nathaniel Jones and Clifford' Years to Life Hymn No. 110, "All Hall The call Mrs. Elisha S, Clarke Jr.,
Wilcox, both charged with dIs- REDUCESpecial Power of Jesus Name" was sung. 15431 NW 17th place, NA 1-0957.
orderly conduct by fighting, both
Prayer by Rev. Ramsey, scripture
ten days. Medication
fined $25
I 127th Psalm read by Rev. Zan-
Claude Bennett, charged with ders. Music was rendered by all
choirs of Bethel. | WHERE IS

The program was MI Mil* or MIAMI itACH
Discussion: Stewards and their
Evans' Dining Room duties in the AME Church. We 930
had visiting with us Rev. A.I|
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I APRIL 5 1953 I "Rendezvous with Life" will be Rev George E. Johnson. pastor J. E. Brown, pastorA.
I; the topic of the (Rev. Glenn ..O.Canfield Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter L. Stephens, reporter

. .... minister of the First Sunday ,School ......._.__"9 *.m
Unitarian Church located on Dix Morning worship .................... 11:00 Services on last Sunday were
attended and the visitationof
ie Highway at S. W. 20th road Young People's Meeting 5 p.m well
the Holy Spirit was present.
April 6, <11 a.m. Church School)
The Junior choir made its first
and the adult 'forum meet at 10:30': 'I GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. appearance at the 11 o'clock
a.m.The Palm Sunday at Greater Behte'' worship and they are to be commended
Jefferson Club, a discussion with musician Ai-
was highlighted with the outstanding along
group, will meet that evening at
Williams of Mrs.
drea daughter
guest speaker the Rt
8:15 at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. S. L. Greene, senior bishopof Willie M. Williams. Rev. Wilmar
Everett H. Rosenstein 94 J SW
Bouyer delivered the message.
72nd court. African Methodism and be-
loved bishop of the 11th Episcopal Sunday afternoon at 3 pm. in.

District. The. bishop was at Delray our pastor delivered the-
pis best with a unique Palm Sun- afternoon message..
jI Rev. D. A. Bradley,, pastor day message taken from the book News of Interest: The, No. 2

Lillie R. Smith reporter of Isiaah, "Who is this that corne- Deacon 'Board will sell bar-be-cue-

With the Easter season ap- eth from.Edom?" His subpect was. this. Saturday. at the church. ...
preaching our hearts and mindsare -me Majesty or wet Christ uie." The SpirItUal narmomzers win

p focused toward spring, but The bishop was introduced by render an after service program

let us be mindful of the symbolof the presiding elder of the Miami the 2nd Sunday night in this

Christ and the resurrection.Our District Rev. W. B. Coffey month.

hi ti Sunday School was off to The auditorium with its palms ,The sick committee of the-

: L. a wonderful start. The lesson .and flowers was likened unto & church and the Home Mission
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dealt with the sacraments (ordi- garden. The missionary ladies will sponsor a Million Dollar

l nances) of the church. arrayed in beautiful white dresses Weddng Monday night April 7. ,
completed a serene picture. Prayer meeting for the revival.
Both morning and afternoon.' The services were well attended will'begin Monday night, Apnl 7
messages: were: d ever ed b your and all enjoyed a spiritual through the 11 tho Preaching wit
pastor. Music furnished by No. : begin April 15 through the 25th.
NEW BETHEL ST. FRANCIS XAVIER L sermon well delivereed. The spirit
GREATER two and No. one choirs. The men was with us for four persons Rev L. J., Alford of Enterprise,

Mrs. R. Conley clerk N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. ushered during the day. joined our Christian family. The Ala. will run the meeting.Let .

Rev. W. K. Smith pastor Phone FR 9-1424 .. .The.BTU and Sunday School is. impressiVe service of the Mis- us not forget the junior
MASSES sponsoring a grand Easter program sionary Tree concluded the ser ushers board anniversary the 3rd

Sunday School was opened at Daily ................................... 8 a.m. at 5 o'clock with Sis. Brad Sunday afternoon. .
9:30 a.m. with Supt. Bernice Sunday ............ 7 a.m. & 8:30: aju, ley and Sis. Mynah in charge. vices.Rev.. S. A. Cousin pastor Easter Sunrise services will begin -
King presiding. The topic "Sacre- I The welcome mat .is always out Cherryanna Mills reporter at 4, o'clock. All choir mem-

tnents of The Church" wa NEW BETHEL BAPTIST at our church to visitors and bers and ushers are asked to be-

taught to a total of eight classes. friends. NEW MT. MORI AH present.Let .
There were 83 pupils present. 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. us attend our church! services -
The morning hymn service was Rev. G. Jones, pastor THE INCARNATION Rev. 'A L. Sbipp, pastor this SindayTEMPLE .
Deacon Reed and Sunday School........... 9:45: ajn. Doris L. Hayes .
conducted by senior Morning worship ...........:...... 11:00: Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar ,repus'erAmong
and the ,BAPTIST
Deacon Cook Veronica O'Brrv.. reporter ..
visitors on sunaay was
choir was 1 rendered honor to have song with us Evening worship .................... 7:30: SUNDAY I Frank Lcgree of station WMBMA Rev. L. A. Thompson pastorAll

Rev. C. Brown a :former member St. Matthew AME Zion Solemn Sung Mass ............... 5 a.m. cordial welcome' is extended tc preparations 'have< been

; II of this !church and who is 1628 N.W 5th Ave. Church School............... 9:30: a.m I' all.Easter Sunrise Service will begin made for special Easter, services..
1 now the pastor of the Shllo Baptist Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor Solemn High Mass and at 5 a.m. The choirs will serve jointly and

Church of Fort Lauderdale. Sunday School..*........... 9:45: am. Sermon ......................... 11 A.m A wonderful lesson was taught so will the ushers. At 11 a.m.

1 And Rev. Daniels a pastor of Morning Worship ............. 11 a.m. Solemn Evensong Benediction I In Sunday School to a large at- worship there ,will be a sermon
New Liberty City. I Church School and baptism. The Lord's Supperwill

I' During our pastor's absence attending Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m.GRACE Easter Program ................ 7:30:. p.m .tendance.their best.The teachers. were a't be administered morning ant).
the \Ministers' and Dea-
PRESBYTERIANRev. TUESDAY I I At 11 a.m. Palm Sunday, devotional evening.

cons' Union, services were continued Acolyte Practice ...........-....... 6 p.m services were inspiring. The The children will present their
under the direction of I Easter cantata at 5 under.. the>
0 James Cu mer, pastor WEDNESDAY : Rev. Stuart delivered a heart p.m.
Rev. C. McCleary who also delivered -
direction of :Mrs. A. ,
the message. His efforts Eddie Edwards, clerk L*>w Mass ...........*.......... 6:30: a.m felt message. Choir No. 2 sank the Newbold
Mrs V. Strachan Mrs. Mun-
were to identify Jesus in the Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m. Evensong, Meditation and songs served.At of Zion and the ushers nings this promises to be an interesting -

minds of the lost as he spoke on, Morning worship .................. 11:00 Confirmation Instructionfor I .
Adults .........;......... 8 3 p.m. the Junior and No. Ivuvua program.At
"This is Jesus. Westminister Fellowship .... 6 p.m. p.m .."' '.._ red .. evening worship the choir
sponso a iiiu il ai piv--
The evening hymn service was THURSDAY will sing special i Easter anthems
gram. They wish to thank all who
conducted by Deacons Reed and FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST St. Mary's ChoirRehearsal I participated. I including "The Gloria",. "Cal-

Walker and the senior choir No. .........,...... 5:30: u.m. Evening worship began at 7 vary" and "The Hallelujah
Rev. C. J. Burney pastor
r I two rendered song service. Claudia Wilson reporterWe FRIDAY I o'clock with prayers and old Chorus." Plan to spend the day at

Rev. C. Brown delivered a St. Cecelia's Choir Guild hymns The pastor delivered a Temple.

baptismal message to prepare the thank God for the wonder Rehearsal ..."......-..,1... 8 p.m. lengthy sermon but with power. Monday, 5 p.m. the chlldre
""i way before the seven, new born ful time we had throughout the Note: Masses on All Saint and The evidence of the (Holy Spirit will have their Easter treat and

souls who 'were waiting to ,take day Sunday. Beginning with the Holy Days ............................ 6 a.m was with us throughout the day. egg hunt. At 8 p.m. the No. 2-
I on the full armour of faith. His Sunday School, Deacon Frank To the bereaved family of our ushers' board will present its

text was taken from the 3rd Ross of Greater New Bethel Oa The Church School's Easter late Brother Ted Lawrence; the Poet Easter' Review., Those: hold

s chapter of St. Matthews and the Locka was the superintendent I i Eg? Hunt and party will be held pastor and the entire church wishto ing tickets to this affair which

'1st verse. He spoke on the subject I and Rev A. J. King gave the .on ths church grounds 1835 NW I express, sincere sympathy from was postponded more than a
s "Repent. high points of the lesson. We I 154h! st. on Monday afternoon at 4 the depths of our hearts. month ago are asked to. respond
I Our pastor baptized the new were so grateful to have the min. and all are Invted,to an evening
believers in Christ according to titers and deacons union to convene > pm. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. of pleasure.The .

r their confession of faith in obe- /with us this time Rev. M. I You and Willing Workers' Club will

Ic diance to the word of God I I E Monroe delivered the morning- vilcd to attend your friends Record are in- .'A. D. Hall, pastor have its quarterly program Sun
message'which was delivered Hop on Ernestine Hanbrick reporter day March 13 at 330:: p.m. The
Monday, April 7 in the Parish
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST and the closing champions and all are looking
with much power
I Hall at 8 p.m. This affair is sponsored Services throughout the day
was delivered by forward to an inspiring program.
b'' Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor message !by Mrs. Olive Barry and Sunday I I
was highly spiritual. Rev.
Rev. Wilson which touched the Mrs. Flog' ""_A" 'A_ 4L___ ...__ _
Oretha Holder. reporter a wtiiuuM ivi me vene- hall was ai his best as ne aeuv- '
I hearts 01 many as !Well as openour fir of the baby contest. Please atJ ered a very touching sermon entitled Union Meets, at I
The services began with the eyes. I tend.
"Hosana (Blessed is
Sunday School with Bro. G. Mann The (No. 1 choir rendered music That Cometh in The Name'ot The He HollywoodI
for the service. We hada
in charge. The school was largely evening "
Lord. with choir No. 1 singing
J, attended.A short devotional service fol. BETHANY S. D. A. from their heart The church was I The Ministers and Deacons'
spiritually lifting devotional lowed by a few remarks for the on hallowed ftre. Union of Atlantic.: Coait Baptist

It service was conducted at 11 a.m. pastor. We want all of our friends Elder C. B. :Rock, pastor The basement was the of Association Rev. H. W. Moss.

with the deacons in charge The and visitors to know that they Mrs. G. Evelyn Tynes reporter great attraction when the scene S.U.B. president held it quarterly meeting -

i was delivered by Rev. were welcome In our midst. Come at Westminster Baptist
message No. 1 sponsored their
.. I March 29 was the end of the Frappe Sip
"He is the sermon again Church N. Hollywood last week.
Chalk Able Sunday March 18. The hostesses
quarter for the
I Sabbath School
Veil We will have Easter Sunrise' ; All of the sessions.
\ was well delivered and received and as usual for quarter endings were beautifully gowned as they were very in-
service at the'church.. You I
I toy all present. are the primary division presented a went about in a very dignified spiring.
t I, At <5:30 (BTU was held with welcome to come and worshipwith very inspiring program. They toldus \ manner. The tables were adorned Challenging messaged were
I Bro. D. Smith, director, in us. Time: 5'a.m. of the many needy missions with delacies too beautiful to deliverered by Revs Prince Ferguson

charge. During the program period that will receive the 13th Sab eat. Everyone was tense' as Mrs J. If. Johnson E. J. Clark
Juanita Beal conducted a TRIUMPH CHURCH bath overflow offering. Athalie Range delivered a very and C. C. Gray Alternates were

splendid surprise program among Prince H. Mobley pastor The 'members of Bethany wish interesting speech entitled "Love. Revs. T. G. Taylor, J. Smith. J.

the youths present and all seem Sister C. McKinney reporter to commend the Sabbath School All participants on the program A. King. Rev It L. Greenwichwas

ed to have enjoyed the short The Ordinances of The Church and its officers for the splendid I were sensational. This sip was out .of the country on an
spicy program. job that the greatest of the season. Mrs. emergency call but the membersof
was the subject of the lesson or they are doing, and hope
Few were In number during thenht's they will continue. Emma Caldwell. president of the Greater Bethel Baptist Church
service but nevertheless Sunday past. Memory verse: Fox Elder Colborne of the Inter.I U. B., members and Rev. Hall gave their full support. The
as often as ye eat this bread and choirs of the host church and that
the Lord's plan was carried 9.ut. American Division, was guest wish to express their thanks and I
The deacons took charge of the LordSs this cup ye do show the speaker of the morning worship apprecation to those of you who of Central furnished music. ,i

devotional service which was spl' rinthians death 1136.till he come.After 1 Cor-the He presented the topic, "Survi shared in and helped to make this The Missionary department,

ritually consoling. The n'.M's I classes discussed val" which was a spiritual blessing affair a success. with Mrs. V. Clark.presiding had "
message was delivered by Rev. our to all.April Holy Communion will be administered a lovely service Sunday afternoon I
.j J. !IH. Stephen, acting pastor for i pastor ca m e forth with the Is here and there are at both services on when Mn. E..Carglll gave a t.
the day's service due to the illness thoughts. coming events Sunday.
many ,leading to; very touching message. She was
C ", of our beloved pastor. The YPE Band was one of the j our Men's Day program : Youth fellowship has now been escorted to the rostrum by Mrs. i j
best -
,. .' ( Friends in our prayers let us yet. Subject of the lesson : Monday, April 7, there will be changed from Sunday to Wednesday V. Grant An elderly man was G j
not forget the sick, and those in was "The Christ Spirit Separate ,I a carnival and free Easter egg at 7 p-m. Your child or children added to the church.

I; need of spiritual guidance. Visitors From The Law". Lesson found in hunt at Bethany Jr. Academy at 5 are expected to be present, The Sunday School and DTU'f. 1

are always acknowledged at Galatlan 51118.: p.m. We invite all our friends to each Wednesday at this time. were presided over by Deacon I;

1 out church. Won't you come and I I The evening devotional service come out and have an enjoyable Comes Sunday we will have Chas. 'I:. Gibson and Mrs. K. ?
; worship with us next Sunday? was very high in the spirit and time beautiful new pews in our Trotti respectively,
many testimonials told. The church. For this the .
/' I were The Baldwin Hepburn concert pastor Pastor N. Scars and his memberare
4 r: message was delivered by the will be'on April 20 at at 4:30. Thisis wishes to thank the many organizations .' to be ommended for the

I WARNER teachers and each teacher was a program you Just cant at. and members of the royal manner that they entertained ,f.
liven ten minutes. ford to miss."RENDEZVOUS., church for their loyalty
I the delegates
HiNES Sunday coming is Easter Sun: Easter Sunrise service will be. ;
:: Painting and day and 'everyone will be wear 'i gin at 5.30: a.m. Sunday. Both be held next quarterly meeting will :
at New
i' WaUrorooflngContra 'n their Easter WITH LIFE" choirs and usher beards Bethel Liberty r
_ hats dresses will
City Rev O. G. Jones
\ t.,. I suits and etc< The children will. Sermon by serve. You arc invited to attend. pastor. p
;!. LMflMd andy ''>e coloring) eggs and founding Rtv. Glenn O. Ceftn.w \

y !v Insured by City ' them, !but in our lay holiday let Sunday 6 rvte. vu._ 11:00 l

mid County t/; ). us not forget the real meaning of Church School 1030 Hive you seen theWenderful MONROE MUSIC: HOUSEEverything
1893 NW MtU It Easter. The day that Jesus FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
I j. died
j ...''", Fes l8Umlt.hour "'.. p that we might have an abundant Dlxl Hwy. at 8.W. Kth Road made changesIcing at I Everything for 10 the Oosprt church.. Uaste., Al.>
_ *c any life. And let us not forget thwjrrection 00 out then and
Mt, church furniture Baptist' stand
:iV z, Ph., NE 5- 879 '" cf Jesus from the Drive Carefully rt will d. your hurt o0 d I xd hymnals AME hymnals. 2U!
W NW 8& pt'apt 52 :3364l... ,

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YMCA Basketball I THE MIAMI TIMES "The people Newspaper"SATURDAY I

Banquet Successful ,i..t'. i iJ ,\APRIL 5, 1958 PAGE 13

More that 50 players represent-
ing{ nine different basketball Myrtle' Davis under a cry of "Communist infiltration
teams attended the YMCA's! ban- of the Negro's Fight for
quet for the City of Miami Bas- Heads 58 Drive Freedom,' the intent of the group
ketball League recently The ban- r'r shown out from its hiding place
quet was sponsored by Florida :I Continued from page 1 light from a candle during an
Realty, 1099 NW 3rd ave. Judge i lj, V intense black,out."
,John D. Johnson was the 'banquet Meanwhile, the Rey"A. Leon
speaker. Lowry, Florida's state president, "We don't need the Communist -
b 4 prepares to rally every ,,,branch to help us fight for freedom. We
The Carver Branch team won + behind the state conference's ef- can and must carry our own load
three championship trophies: fort. 'Says he, "we cannot afford and that means more money to
Champions CitY' League .(Jr. division to allow such freedom fighters as fight with. This is the'reason for?
); champions Gold Ball the Rev Theodore R. Gibson Mrs. this effort," he concludes.The .
Tourney1 (Jr. Division); Outstanding Ruth Perry,. Mrs. Vernell Anbury
Jr. Division team in the drive will close on June' 15
City and Atty. G. E. Graves, to go i
'Of Miami Basketball League. without the financial support of with a gala affair in a section of
the state, easily accessible all
: to
the thousands ol Negroes in the
Roosevelt Carson, a member of branches and workers.
state who
are .benefiting from
team, received
a trophy anda
their actions before ,
a leg
medal for
being high scorer for
,both the islative committee set out to des-
league and the tourney. troy the NAACP."

Other members of the team !t
"Althoush: this committee triedto
are George Williams, Charles camouflage its true for Your Weddmft
Randolph Thomas purposes
Brown, Ber- I
nard Smith, Richard Johnson, choose onlyfljtnuuue.
.Jimmy Douglas, George Young, 4 't ,
Charles Belvin, Nelson Roberts, 1
Leroy Grigley and Leroy Powell. --__. ...._...... '...........,, CASH REWARD

Phillip F. Dixon ,serves as George Young, team captain receiving trophy from FOR INFORMATION
coach. Sid Sussman, donor, with Phil Dixon, coach, looking on. LEADING TO THE ITzffl
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Gaylord Rolle is down In Miamion management, they say, is giving
a permanent news beat. So notice to all its professional and
lucrative is the newspicturefield business tenants to vacate Us 1182 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 1.9541 : Producer lef "Qoodbrtad Alley,"
hereabouts, Johnson Publishing ground floor. The hostelry plans "Blood In MlMleelppI, / '," "Railroad
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"has eyes" for Our Town. gram that'll change its entire
Rolle' is at the Booker Terrace look. Already Dr. G. H. Green,
Motel in Brownsville. the chiropist, has found refuge in
in the Lowry Building and it is YOU GET THE FINEST
,LORENZO CHESTNUT, come believed that Dr. H. H. Green, the & SAT.April
dian Milton Berle's valet, planedout medic, will hang his shingle on FOR n BETTER .
Tuesday for New York City, the Stirrup ditto, jut across the
where his boss "also ran" for.. a street. rte' 18 & 19
e EVE the night club
emcee, has given up the footlights jLtii9
0 THERE'S a Confidential So. for a Florida East Coast waiter's 3 (Performance Daily
vial ClUb in Opa Locks, whose post. His duties send him out of '
name was taken from the famous town twice weekly. '3t30 p.m. 6.30 -'110 p.m.
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Bahamas. MARIE ADAMS, the model tr with HOLSUM
end beauty winner la back in ai V MODERNTHEATRE
O DOROTHY MAE HART, the harness at her secretarial post at r
Provident Hospital nurse in Fort North's Travel Bureau. A transoceanic rniiE MORE you
Lauderdale, and Alonzo Allen of flight to Nassau (her sec JL know about
Carver Ranches, are telling their ond) found her celebrating her '
love troubles to a preacher sometime birthday (Mar. 26) on the Island.An / good food the more
In August. !Dorothy is the daughter of :Mable Hart, the sedative to her ailing dad, Alexander r you'll *gre i
beauty shop owner. Kenned\Vho has to undergo Hokum
) an'eye operation. Pop Kennedy ';4 & e Pro* Plus 2 screen feature
A JIMMIE LUCAS verve a* Lay too, had a natal holiday on mlum Qua
Reader during the 'SUnday mornIng I March 7, one day following his "The Vampire" and
services at Church of The daughter's army. fly Bread
Transfiguration in Opa Locka. "40er "
The services are held in the home NOT TO 8 outdone by (tart tapa 'em an! I

of the Edwin Rogers' a mission Sunday's heavy down pour, the ADM. 93c tax fact.
of St Agnes Episcopal. St. Agnes Episcopal congregation
held its Palm Sunday .
ACCORDING to Edna Grant, under the church's roof. Some of ,Y Ticket, .n sl* at Modern
Dr. 'Howard Hadley's assistant, the chiropodist, has found refuge : Theatre and downtown offleo I.t
the Gardenia Circle will have a by the torrents. the Miami Time
Fashion-Tea on Easter Sunday
Afternoon in the Fiesta Room of p THE SECOND YMCA court I., '
the Mary Elizabeth HoteL It's a hearing Wednesday to settle the
two-hour outing from 4 to 0. occupancy of the 'Y' in its new The story 'of 'two couple who
home, located in a former all. j. d"4.4.' exchange maUe.%, .,
> CYN.THIA BETHEL, secretary white neighborhood, has been eu.tI e
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D. Johnson, had to see a' medic filibuster : .. admitted
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Beauty Shop
All members, of Hills Chapter I
No 48 OES are urgently requested 14007 N.W. 22nd Ave.
to meet Monday night, April Opa Locka :'
Services! on Sunday were well I Mrs. Rotnette Davidson of 311 7 promptly at 8 o'clock. Come :
attendedand were inspiring from NW 30th st., a member of the prepared to +pay dues and grand Four expert beauticians to serve
the Sunday 'School throughout. I Baha'i Assembly of Miami, will lodge tax which is 170. All you, specializing In all phases of !
Easter services will be high discuss "The Seven Valleys" at members are urged to contributeto beauty culture. Sunlight student
spiritually and otherwise. The the' /Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th the State rally. Several sisters of '45. Expert coloring and mar-
V pastor is all set for the sermons ave., 7:45: pm Sunday, April 6. have taken states and promisedto telling +
and the choirs will render appropriate -' All races and faiths are cordially raise not less. than $5.00 per Mrs. Laura Rogers, Mrs. WillieB.
music. The Lord's Supper invited, to attend. state. McCall, Mrs. Lovenla Gilbert,
will be administered duringthe Mrs Addle' L. Dowtin, manager;
If your Eastern Star Burial
evening.A Mrs. Mary King, Prop.
Attention which is $3.00 per year is not paidplease
social tea !will be given by pay it. So be on time Mon- MUrray 1.9133
the members Sunday, April 13, 4
day, April 7.
All customers and members of
to 6 p.m. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F, Miller, 7136 NW 16th ave. the Greater Miami area, the Mrs. Ellen Taylor, W, M.
The public is invited. members of the Barber's Associa- Mrs. Serena Green, Assoc. M. FOR SALE . .
tion. On Wednesday shops will be Mrs. Mable Norwood, Treas.
ST. MARY'S W. M. closed beginning Wednesday, May New 4 Bedroom
7 through August 15. During the
k Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter one day of closing to all custo- 2 Bath I I2.'Car Y Ap

7,1 Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor mers, you on the may outskirts find some of'barbershops town For Sale by Builder Garage .HomeBuilt ram.; .....-... ......-.... _...

Sunday School began at the which are not members of the 1545 N.E. 151.1 Terr. I' SADIE MAE,CLARK
usual hour with the superintendent In kitchen, air condition
association, open which includes JSf. Miami Beach
Miss Marva Trotman, ,with three or four union shops. New step down livIng.dining room Most Ancient Matron and
3Bedroom CBS The !
the teachers in charge. The lesson -
with terrazzo floors, bedrooms In
of Gethsemane Court
Priced RIght at $12,990 members
If find '
was reviewed by one of our you any shops open I
oak floors. features.Full .
$2,500 Down Other wish to thank everyone whc
Harold during this closing period they '
intelligent young men,.
I Culmer.The are listed as skid row shops. Will consider your cler lot *e price $18,995 .. Down: ,2,500' helped to make their contest ft
I pastor was in charge of the These shops have not agreed to part payment I huge success. Mrs. Sadie Mae .
11 am. service. He preacded on lift the barber profession to a Build horn 'on: your 'lot I Cor. 67th St. and 24th Ct. I Clark was winner of the :first
"The Jericho Road." The sermon much higher level. The greatest NO paWN PAYMENT II j| Call JE 1.5973 prize. Second prize went to Mrs.
was inspiring and four members problem we have is that we don't Mattie L. Jones and third prize
I' joined the Christian family. No. get cooperation from all the bar- D&W Construction was awarded to Mrs. Rose Flint.
2 choir"sang i with their organist, I bers. This day, Tuesday, April 1, Mrs. Flint suffered a dislocated
Mrs. U. Higgs!: and iNo. 1 ushers I have visited several shops in the Company ankle and was unable to be pres
served. I Miami area and asked for a small I ent. All members are asked to be
!. donation to publish this ad. There 405 Patiflc Bid*. SALE OR LEASE out on April 8 to hear the report.
The men of the church wish to were two shops that ,I visited and Miami Phone FR 1.1583N..m..MMN.UN..N..N..N Heroine Serena Green is MA.M.;
p ..- express their deepest appreciation they wanted to use brute force. Modern EquippedRestaurant Heroine Addie B. !Pierce is secre-'
+ to everyone who participated in tary; Heroine Ellen Taylor is
,? their Men's Day program Especially We say ,that we want to be integrated treasurer.
!,. i do they thank Rev.'1!. V. I but we I as a minority
Stuart, J. Bullard, S. Smith A. group must organize. I quote from
Carey, founder of the Male Ch r- the i33rd Psalm 'Behold, how with beer and wine license
} i us, Alozo Erwin, T. Simmons, A. good and how pleasant it is for
i Bain, chairman; Churchill Culmer, brethren to dwell together in Little Security Born Trance' Medium
Esme Bain, Rev. H"Demeritte. the tmity. It's not our dear customers I
Male Chorus, Dr. C. E.,Yaeger,' but the barbers. If we check from Move right in I Consultation by letter this
4 Ralph Basden, H. Higgs, J. R. lour' experiences it cost $50 per week
Taylor, C. McCarthy and Eben- week to operate. I've talked with Also cents
I ezer Male Chorus. people from all sections of the Beauty
\ .
Easter' Sunrise cervices beginat' country and we still have the See Mr. Myers
4 a.m. Breakfast will be served lowest prices of hair cuts in the Elmer Walker
in the church nation and the great city of Mi-
hall after ser- 324 N.W. 7th St.
ami is known as the (Magic City.
vice.The The Barber Associationof 1830 Calvert_ N. W.
Sunday School will presenta Greater Miami 7 or callFR
drama at 3:30( p.m. The public: Washington, D. C.
is corrially invited. The Easter / Rev. Amos Hall, president 1-4554
egg hunt Monday at 3 pun. Charles Paschall, vice Pres.
s I Johnson business ,
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This is yours truly, inviting you dipped rustproofwire, a lifetime NEAR 75th STREET
Community Auditorium in into the Chatter Box, so you'll fence Down Phone PL 4.4909RUDY'S
Lakeland, will be the site of the $1,995
know the news and happenings A Crown Fence not only pro.
forthcoming circuit assembly ofJehovah's around and about Sunlight. tecie your property, pete and 'Beautiful, new 3-1>edroom CBS; TV
Witnesses. April 11 to I I children, but adds a touch of city water, EZ terms, $12,500 andRADIO
'- 13.This (Last week we had a very distinguished tatting beauty to your home. total. See today.
announcement was made guest, Joe Fogel, rep. Before you buy ia fence, let me REPAIR
1 by Bennie Crump, presiding min- resenting American Hairdresser's give you a free estimation and
ister of the Miami West Unit, at Magazine which is very interest save you money I have 5 yean NEAR (7th STREET Guaranteed Service

l opment the close class.of the ministry-devel- ing tional., his speech, was. very educa- of *experience. In the' fence !bulines $995 Cash Pick up and Deliver

I Nicely .furnished 2-bedroom house 9 a.m. to 10t30 p.m.
'The most educational day of No Down ,Payment
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: on eyebrow.archIng.. Up to 36 months to pay $75 MONTH ,

Our instructors are busy Your patronage appreciated
J. very
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IN MEMORIAM THE MIAMI TIMES'- "The Peoples Newspaper"

I'SATURDAY APRIL 5 1958 PAGE 15Seniors.
In memory of our dear sister I ,


I Mrs. Carrie H. Miller of 1791
. .
NW 74th st., dl-d at her residenceon ,'I"
I sad but loving memo y of April 3. She is survived by her
In sad but of
loving memory Etta
FRIED HEPBURN Funeral services for Mae daughter Mrs. Queen Esther
our dear mother; who departed this life April 3, Thomas of 1571 iNW 1st place King and others. Funeral arrangements

.. ,:" ,, ,_ 1954 In Key West, Florida. who !was killed Sunday March 30 are incomplete
"'1,>" I Gone but not forgotten. May a will be held Sunday, April 6 in

he rest in peace. I Augusta, Ga. She is Brenda Fields, 2 year old
The Family her mother, three sisters two daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie

a brothers. Fields of 2118 West 7th ct., diedat
*a'S IN MEMORIAMIn for home on March 30. Servicesare
Funeral Hattie being conducted on Friday ..
sad but loving oi Kinney, a former Miami beautician : afternoon.
memory of 630S my dear husband Saturday March 29 at EbenezerMethodist ,month
... ,, I Norris r, old son
t 55 a S Church with the Rev. of Mr. and Mrs. Norris Wilcherof
aw Long officiating Burial was at 4225 NW 29th ave., died on
Lincoln Park cemetery. She is April 2. Chapel services will be
survived by her husband Cecil
conducted on Saturday, April 3
two daughters, her mother father at 10 a.m. with burial in Lincoln.
and other relatives.

*', t ices for
Funeral s Robert IN MEMORIAMIn
-w .- S. -- Hurst, 11, of 1986 NW 57th st.
was held Monday, March 31 at
: 'i'" j MRS. BULAH SCOTT Seniors funeral home. He is survived loving memory of our darling,
who passed March 31, daughter and sister,
by his mother father and
:!. j' \, "t<\"! I ELKS!: CLEARS KNOWLESwho
1956. We loved"her but God loved
'I '
other relatives.
.. "' k.
,, ). \ .. >
"" her best. departed this life April 6,
\ ;. ::': f \ Marie, Warren sister 1940 at Key West.

r ,.,.. ." '" 'I .bertha Robinson sister Range . Some sweet day -we long to meet
Maude Jackson sister her
MRS. SARAlH'' STRACHAN \Mrs Inez 'Walker of 1475 NW And share In her infinite love.
who died April 6, 1956. 6th court died at Jackson Hos- God knows how much we miss,
It has been two years since you pital on March 28, She Is survived you
left us (but you still linger In the I by a !brother, J. W. Walker of Never shall your memory fade.
memory of those who love you. DEATHS Jacksonville, a nephew, Lee Tay- Loving thoughts shall. always
James Strachan son lor of Liberty City, and others. wander
(Agnes Stuart daughter Funeral services /were conductedon To the spot where you were laid.
Celia Hepburn sister r Tuesday, April 1 at St. James The Family

Adrina Romer, sister ... -. Francis . AME Church with burial in Lin- Key West Florida
And (Family coln Memorial Cemetery.
LLOYD E. HART (Mrs. Florence Jefferson of 6725
who departed this life April 4. NW 14th ave., died (March 27 at Henry Anderson of 5109 IK(W
IN MEMORIAMIn 1955. Paravilla Convalescent Home. 30th ave., died at Paravilla Convalescent -
My heart still, acRes with sadness I funeral services were held on -Home on April 2., lIe .is
sad but loving of My eyes have'shed many tears; Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Church survived by seven daU'ahterl"IMrs.
God: alone knows how I miss Win 1 I of Christ Bishop I. C. Mackey offtclatin Eva Mae Benoby Pearlie Lynch,
J I'U the dawn or another year.Mrs. ,. Survivors are two I Elmira Brown Hattie B. Jones,
Willie Kate Wart' brothers Bishop T. Hunter, Wil- Lillian Twlggs Gwendolyn An-
liam Hart four nieces three derson of Miami and !Mrs. Mae
CARD OF THANKSThe nephews and other relatives. Interment Ola Thompson of New York; 3
at Lincoln. sisters, 2 (brothers and others.
family of the late .. Funeral services will be conducted We build according to

MR. TED LAWRENCEtakes Mrs. Louise Coleman of 1457 on Saturday April 5 at your plans or oun'
this method of thanking all NW 5th court, died March 28 at 2 p.m at the Church of Christ .
of the kind friends neighbors and Jackson (Hospital. Funeral services located on NW 67th St. Brother No down payment
relatives for }Jheir expressions of were held Tuesday, 3 'P.m. Thompson will officiate. Burial
sympathy during his illness and In the chapel, Rev. C. J. Burney will be held .at Lincoln Memorial. Use your lot

death.Thanks for your cards, letters officiating. Rea- Will Goldsmith of 209 'NW 8th 34arJ a Q ptt
Survivors daughter
are a St. died at Jackson Memorial
other telegrams kind gestures flowers of cars sympathy.and Twlnn tha: Brown Hermon; three and sons Joe Harris Albert Hospital, April 2. .Mr, Goldsmithwill mCJ! ff ( (SIDe 91c

Special thanks to the Rev. A. L. be remembered among thq
Shipp and members of New Mt. father Jim Taylor; six sisters, and older pioneers of Miami, having 100* Financial
two brothers. Interment in' City to this city from Tallahas-
Moriah Baptist Church and the come NE 5-6171
Range Funeral Home for their Cemetery. tee over SO years ago. He engaged -
fine services. (Again thanks to himself in the taxi cab General Building Contractor
Gonzalez '1429
everyone for everything. Thomas Ricky of business thereafter, and carriedon
Mrs.> Carrie Lawrence' wife NW 1st place died on March 26 a successful (business in which 1101 NW nth it. Miami
y Mrs. Ruthie McDonald, at Jackson Hospital. Funeral services I he remained active until his pass-
iMrs. Sue Fisherman, were held on Tuesday 1030: Ing. He Is survived (by his widow
daughters a.m. In the chapel. Rev George E. Rosie Lee, a son, Will Jr., three
Willie Lawrence, son Johnson officiated. sisters and a !brother. Funeral Have you attn the
IVADELL ANTON'SIMON And Family Survivors are a mother, Mrs. services will be conducted on Wonderful changes
who departed this life April 4, Sarah Gonzalez; father; Jesus Antonio Tuesday, April 8 at 2 p.m. at Being' mad at
1957. 1- IN MEMORIAMIn a grandfather, Rev. Tho- Greater Bethel AME Church with Oe out thorn and ass
Gone but not forgotten, may noai. Interment at Lincoln. Rev. Cousin officiating. BuriaJ. It will do your heart good
she rest In peace. Sadly missed by sad but loveing memory of will be held at Lincoln. EVERGREEN CEMETERY
loved ones and friends. our dear $on and brother Mrs. Llllie Scott of 1409tt NW
Samuel Simon husband 5th ave., died March 30 at Jack-
Samuel Simon Jr. .ftn. YT/\rtn1 The (Kndv was ship-
The Anton.FamilyINMEMORIAM' ped "Wd ;;d'toadliia: Ga. ,
She is survived 'toy a son, Sylvester -
Thomas, two grandchildren
At Sylvester Jr., and Carrie Bell ,Y t
w Thomas; three sisters two broth- BAIN'S a
In memory of out husband and I ers and a host of other relatives.

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Richardson . FUNERAL HOME ,

Beverly Jean Tillman 21835 S.
Allapattah Drive Goulds died
after being struck by a car on Announces its Removal to Its VICTOR BAIN

March 28. She was the daughter
s .. of Mr. and Mrs. Vlrchus Tillman
and the granddaughter of W. E. NEW & LARGER LOCATION

and Ethel Dell Mcintosh of
P1F Goulds. Several sisters and
brothers and other relatives will 3187 Douglas RoadCorner

mourn the loss. 'Funeral services

were held on Tuesday April 1 at Day Avenue and Douglas Road
1:00 p.m. from Princeton Morning -
Star Church with burial in t
Paradise Memorial. IN COCONUT GROVE a

JAMES A. JONES Edward Owens.12, son oi ;
who departed this life April 7, Amanda and Edward Owens Sr.. PHONE HI 6.1173"I I
1955. NW 25th court died March
Gone but not forgotten. swimming in s rock pit
May he rest In peace. In Princeton. Funeral services .
Mrs. Albertha Jones, mother were held on Thursday April 3 .
Rev. G. G. Jones, father from Antloch Baptist Church at
Walter Jones, brother N.Y. 3 p.rn. with burial in Lincoln Mo- To Better Serve You With
WI7 --.-"""" Elva Ferguson sister, N.Y. morial. Edward leaves his parentsand Reverent And' Attention
REV.: CLEVELAND! WOODSIDE 2 nieces, 2 nephewsSUFFERERS one brother and many other .
relatives and friends. He was a
Who departed this life April 10,
student at Bethune Elementary
1953. Gone, but not him'when,forgotten.We ....w.....AN ..PP School. Individual. Service For Each Family
shall meet eter- .

nal ages Toll. Bacus Arllne, 1228 NW 1st ct., r .

(Mrs. Eliza Woodslde wife 9 TO* *...Ml MJTTU*. MMBMrV.ICTTta. apt 4, died March 30 in Jackson VICTOR J. BAIN Licensed Embalmer And
And Children .MOVOUM.M OTMKB mm -
( BUBM. . Hospital. Funeral services were
(M MINI.nayPDM.*TftAMCTMV .WJW" OT TM KAUMAMftfTCMO. held on Friday, April 4 from Mt. Funeral Director Owner
am won IIOCIOII. eaaOOP.sL. Sinai (Baptist Church 'Rev, S. A.
a&AnICMllCla..a AJOVT PSarvWL. Thomas pastor. Body to be shipped -
to Cairo Ga. Friday night MRS. HELEN H., BAIN-Secretary TreasurerCARDSIv1EMOR1AL5
930 ? apesvkL :;" where burial will take place. He

.lr e..r leaves several brothers and sister I
L1O..a'.M....av- W r.ati.. to mourn his loss. .

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MIAMI f IMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" R. TAYLOR'
Liberty Elks Dedicate PRIVATE DETECTIVE &-'

.' 228 NW 14th St.

Easter Vigil at New Home Phone FR 1-8229

Holy, Redeemer Miami. I
An Elks Day Celebration Jind
I Ancient rites dating back 1900 p t ., the official dedication of the new '
years to the first days of the < 1+P home at 6525 NW 18th ave, was .'
Catholic Church will take placeIn
held last Sunday by Liberty NEVER CLOSE
Holy Redeemer Church ,on f
Holy Saturday evening. The new ,Lodge 1052 and Liberty Temple Civil Criminal '''Domestic
fire will be !blessed In the darken,I 1 724. Y s Personal, Confidential' Private '
ed church and as the flame is' I Mlwlnfl' Person FoundInvestigations '
passed from candle to candle the *, A parade in the afternoon kick- I

\ priest sings, "Light xf Christ" ed off the celebration and District We ptclallze In Sklp-Traclnfl,
j and the congregation answers Deputy Booker T. Dunn officiated
I "Thanks be to God." The Easter at' the dedication services at and Recovery of Automobile,,'anal. ,
4 '
I Candle is ligheted while the priest Equipment.
I) sings the "Exultet" one of the most beautiful of all the Gregorian ) Lodge, under Exalted A izesr Notarized affidavits and report on .

chants. read In N S' y ysa Ruler Claude Rolle, has made request. We are bonded to the-
The prophecies are ,
preparation for the most solemn great strides since it was chaptered State of Florida. Ho ,Job'oo large .

I act of the entire service which Is Aug. 17, 1940 Liberty or too .small. ...
Temple; under Daughter Ruler
the blessing of the Baptismal
; 1 D i is h t d t
an e was c ere
water and the baptism of con- ,. ,, I Marce; CL .UDE
I f iI<>l.> ""'"" "''''' 1 Id, 1041. ROLLE, Exalted RulerDrive
, verts. A class of 14 will be haPi -
i Used at Holy Redeemer and the Pasco Reynolds of West Palm I 930 ?
entire congregation will join in Beach has been named sales rep-
the Litany which follows. a reentatlves for Seagrams Gin in Carefully JOIN 'THE NAACP!
The Easter Mass of Midnight the South Florida Division of Mi.
follows with its Glorious Alleu- ami Crown Distributors HX ::<<<<

lula antiphon This, mass of the Reynolds, who attended !Be-
Vigil satisfies the Sunday' obliga- thune Cookman College in Day- FromVISIT
," tion. Easter water may be\ obtained tona Beach, was a recreation sup- Fair Realty, is ,Easy to Buy
after Mass. The adult ervisor for the Palm Beach
choir will sing the proper"of the County Parks' Dept. before going '
Mass and,the entike congregationwill to work for Sedgrams.CALENDAR OR CALL TODAY. . PL 71645

sing the com on. ,
Visitors are most welcome; 'at
the Vigil or at the 'Masses of
J Easter morning which are at 8 ,OFFERS CULTURE 4
and 11 a.m., \ ,


Will Goldsmith, Cab I __ .

; ':. Operator Dies. '.
< *- ro'
I Will Goldsmith, widely known
pioneer of, 269 NW 8th st., died
II! Wednesday evening at 6:35 at rj
Jackson Memorial following a

f I period of Illness. ;{
The oldest taxi and for hire car Imo; 1 t'i
operator In the Miami area, Mr. I
Goldsmith is survived by his wife, i
Rosabell, a son, John Willie, four i
sisters, Mrs. L. Davis of Jackson $*: '
h'Y I
J, vine: Mrs. Annie Gromel, Mrs. i s_
Edith West and Mrs. Pete Roberts I .
r of Miami; a brother, John
\ Reed, and large number of oth-
' : er relatives. .
l For a number of years Mr.
Goldsmith operated a sub. station
I ",. for the Greyhound and Trallways I WHY PAY RENT ?
I Bus Lines 1110
if at ?JW Third ave., .
I'. Just next door to the downtown,I : '\ .... !
office of the Miami Times. The
station is still being operated by "'JlIA -_ .1. 1
his wife and son, as well as for ;
I f. hire car business.Funeral DR. J. E. BROWNOn $695 Down., .

service for Mr.; Gold Sunday afternoon, April IS i
I I smith will be held on Tuesday, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Sir John I 4 ROOM CBS HOME TOTAL PRICE $7,500 :
April 8 at 2 p.m at Greater Bethel) Hotel, the Dade County Young ,
\ AME Church, under, the direction Democratic Association will pre- E"
r of the Range Funeral Home with sent a fine and varied program of $.IB.50: week pays.&n. Has 1 bedroom, living: room, dining room, kitchen : I
the Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor mush an4 other numbers pertaining i '
1 officiating.Memorial Burial Cemetery.will be'at Lincoln to political education. and bath, city. water, close to busses' and shopping. East of NW, ,17t\ :

We assure you that you will Ave. Good buy for couple or widow. Hurry. .I
be richly rewarded for attending.! I i

Under the leadership of pro: J. .
Dine "
f ,: at the home of O. Brown as president, and Dr. EDISON CENTER RANCH "HOME NEW OPA LOCKA BEAUTIES i
; ,., FINE: FOODSMOM'S E. A. Ward as Calendar Tea I BEAUTY
chairman, you are invited to attend I"A ,CBS. Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.
,! .\ t''r I, and / urged to support this ,1 yr. ,new ,$1,995 down Hurry '
". East of N.W. IBth Ave.
i project for political advancementand ,
i I This gorgeous home has 3 bedrooms"separate
:, i cultural betterment.ST. : living room, dining,,room, N.W. 155th StreetONLY

,KITCHEN JAMES A.M.E.Dr. beautiful ,kitchen, .2 modern all- $795 'DOWN '
tiled bath, rooms, city water, car I' J
:\ 6666 N.W. 15th Ave. A. Joseph Reddlck. pastor porte, large utility, close to public Buys any one of these 3 new CBS
Mrs. C. Brooks
'Liberty CMyJessto '' school, high school, shopping. A> homes on the 0vJterfront One
Early Sunrise Service 4-30 a.m. real home for the
pretty *
and Harriet closing
Props. Sunday School 930: a.m. ; mortgage, no costs Hurry,
Easter Program 4:30 pjn. % move right in. Don't wait.
Evening Vesper Service 7.30 p.m.TV" . $995 "
/ Weil have 2 new 3-bed oosn' CBS Rear Patio

homer,jn..BrownSub..*'Why.*. fc ay. ';'rn, .h v.**,. Bedrooms - "! .- ''v. .> .
; or --1 j '
., ; 11'I I '
rent? Call us now, will not last Built-in OvenBuiltin '

; SICK ? lorig. RangeBreakfast

,NEW:=$795 DOWN CBS Bar '. ", .

I Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 3bedroom. 'See these new North Sliding Glass Doors *"

1 Miami Beach homes. Close to shop Leading to Patio I'i

,; SAME DAY SERVICE i 'ping; Formica Kitchen .

ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Enameled Kitchen Cabinet '
Large Walk-in Closet r
If your tooth aches, you, see the
'f' i
Picture Tube CBS
Special ConstructionLarge ,.
dentist, if you're not well, you seethe ,
doctor. If you need a home Oversized Lot .-"
2l4nch-429.96 ,
Close to .
SEE US why drive around aim. School

LATCH ON TO THIS ,BARGAIN ... lessly.. The best buys 'dd not have Check all these new feature 'found ;
for sale signs. We have 3-bed-
h Converter For Channel 17 e.1O new Oft I
I e '-$ roomCBS homes from $795 down. Tnt e higher priced homo

Used 17-inch TV--Good condition. $39.85' Brown Sub, Liberty City. Why pay rent. Hurry Hurry.FAIRREALTY' .

: I RADIOS REPAIRED llt in for quick serrke

1 Vets Radio & TV Co. ,
: ,DAY OR NIGHT OPEN 9 to 9 : ,

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

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