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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 12, 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: VID00593
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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l chairman Thomas E. L. Attorney the Medicine. of College the at dents Brown Margaret Mesdames May ;Register The April ;romen
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successful. prove drive; the that: :and commanders group captains of minds the governing laws the of operation e Miss s I Both University. Wayne -September;Williams Charles Mrs February', ;Club Wheatley hyllis
order. In conscientiously work to pledged;f tiGn.of I and College Clark of graduate a and Dr. August ;Club erative January :are tables of large
the in slogan is viola- of counts
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North. at research, ducational .. excluded: was he that grounds National the of winner Vward will affair The Association.
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THE MIAMI:TIMES'- "The Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE I York for quite a few years, and Good Luck Officer McKInney 1 11 I of thoughtfulness and honesty.
I|I did so much for the 'people of Col. Hubert Julian (the famous He not only uses legal and lawful i
2 SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1958 New York. I say this to say that Black Eagle) made it a point to methods, in the handling of a
we, here in Miami, have a mayor visit Judge Johnson at the'MunI-I''!case, but more important, he implies I
such as La Guardia was. Mayor cipal Court. Col. i common sense and treats
Robert King High is to my knowl- he finds the decisions handed' each case and person as an indi-
edge one of the finest mayors down by the judge are solemn vidual. All In all, I think that he
this city has had. At least, since and just. I'is a man and judge of essential '
I Around Miami I've been here. When Mayor High value to the 'progress of the Negro \
* was elected as mayor of our fine I BOBBY MARSHALL gave I race. Cheers to you, judge!
city, he took upon himself to visit party for Dinah Washington the And may the good Lord grant you
By DAVE (MK, Swing) BONDU our people and thank them for other night at the Sir John Hotel the wisdom and knowledge to
the votes he had received. Now, Lounge. It was a real gasser hand down fair sentences each
has, taken another step for-I when Dinah sang a set of songs. and every time the sun rises on
DISC JOCKEY, dlso Jockey: joy good music and news. Enjoy ward. Be is investigating the Seems, that the whole place just the beginning of a new day and
Whose got the disc Jockey. Well, Rocking Roger and TJ your DJ. area in the Nero district. rocked to the end. Yep, there's session of court Miss Barbara
the answer to that is WMBM,Bob Enjoy the Butterball and King I know if It is left up to Mayor only one Queen, and that is Calhoun, petite, sweet, kind, and
Rounsaville, radio tycoon, has Coleman and Joe Walker, plus. High, he'll do something about' it. Dinah Washington, Queen of the gentle and alluring, sez, "Withall
done it again. He has taken the others. Radio is still here to Yes, New York had its Little Blues . While attending court of the things that Dave Bondu
WFEC's top' disc Jockey "King", Stay. I Flower, and Miami has its Little Wednesday I found that the con- calls me I should be able to geta
Coleman, and is putting him with II I Giant. I ducting of questions should be millionaire . Now, don't for
WMBM's top disc jockey, the EDDIE CA8TLEBERRY leav.IMiami get, be sure to live life, every :
so conducted as to require a direct -
Butterball. As everyone knows, Sunday to take up his golden minute of it. PEACE.
OFFICER EDMUND McKINNEY $ answer and not an Indirectone.
the Butterball got his start ,at duties as disc Jockey in Cincin- I proves himself to be a bril- Also the Negro court of
WFEC, .later, WMIBM ottered the nati, Ohio. The Castle Rock has liant young officer. The way he Greater Miami area, should have'a
Butterball more money, plus a done a fine job for WMBM and handles himself in a courtroom is orosecutor to arrange and WHERE
talent fee, which WFEC does not I'm sure everybody will miss the i
I I I a proven fact that this officer of gather evidence of essential value.
pay. (Talent fee) I have worked ole Rock . Curt Harmon and 'the law will see a wonderful future
for 'both stations, and I've found his Top Notes will be back at the with the Miami Police De-I JUDGE JOHNSON has to Impressed 930
them to be'ln the same pOsition. Jim Jam Clulb Saturday night by I partment in the coming years. 'me as a judge and man II
Trying to outdo the other. 'l I popular demand. The Blues Boy,
."" "" . "" "" "" "" ."" ._ ,
When' WMBM went' on the air B. B. King and his band will beat ..................... TT TTTTT:&":ti.i: ".c"T""T""Tx. L &>t: ............. ...T""T"...............................T"............V I
with Negro'personality, we became the Palms in Hallandale start-
the highest paid disc Jockey ing Monday night, April 14 . .
in South Florida. ,At that time Nat Jones Trio at the Sir John' Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT
Rocky, TJ and JJ were WFEC's Hotel Lounge is still knocking
top personnel Later Jockey Jack them out around there. The Jazz
left WMBM and went to WFEC. Group is one of Miami's favorites. OR CALL TODAY. PL 7-1645
WMBM has taken practicallyevery .
personality that WFEC has VERA WILLIAMS, cute little
imported into town. Nevertheless, dancer, Is on vacation. Vera has
King 'Coleman will be heard on been working at various clubs on
WMiBM ,starting ,Monday, April the Beach. However, during her
14. vacation, she will do a featured
I talked with Herb Shorr, own spot In one of Earl Sawyer's
er of WPEC,-and he sea, "It seems plays that will be presented some_
to me, that Bob Rounsaville is time next month . Pretty Girl
tryIng: hurt poor 111' ole me. of The Week: Mrs. Estelle Del-
But that's alright, we are coming gado of New York Officer of
up ,with something new and dif- the Week: Willie Calhoun . .
ferent that will make WFEC sol- Doctor of the Week: Dr. W. A.
id." A new'show you will hear !is Patterson.
Social News, with Louise Grif-
fin at 12 p.m.!' I| YEARS BACK, Mayor La
As for me, the ole Mr. Swing, Guardia was called the Little
I say listen' to both stations. En- Flower. He was mayor of New

.. - _ _.._ .

I Along Freedom's Road


I , . . 1 'I "f. . .
The Miami branch of the night with hope and faith that as
NAACP will, conduct its annual we prepare to meet another day WHY PAY RENT ?
Membership, Drive, beginning v,our struggle will be one day j
April 9 and extending through nearer fulfillment. It !becomes very
June 1. Mrs. Marian Muldrow, aprarent that this is hot the'time
who was the very efficient and for us to be either cowardly or NEW 3-Bedroom CBS Homes
capable membership drive chair apathetic, for these are the very
man last year, will again head the things that bigotry and prejudice Brown Sub ONLY Liberty City
Miami branch drive. Already the thrive upon, and reactionariesuse
machinery has 'been set up'for an for their own ends. I !l 3 Bedrooms, living $ Close to buses, near to
all-out effort to enlist
members as possible throughoutthe as many REDEDICATION TO OUR room, dining room, kit 9 95 DOWN shopping, close to

Miami area.MEMBERSHIP GOALS chen, formica, modern schools. Move right in.

DRIVE I Rather, it seems to me, that we bath with tub and These are new homes No closing costs, real

must rededicate ourselves to our shower utility Dot beauties. Priced at only
Briefing sessions will be held goals and purposes. These goals room, just completed. Do
in various sections of Greater front wait
are not new to us. They are the porch. $11,995.
Miami within the next few days. same principles we have workedand
Present at these sessions will be struggled for in the past.
the membership' chairman, officersof They are no different now, whenit I ONLY $795 DOWN RANCH HOUSE
the Miami branch captains and becomes increasingly dangerous You must see these gorgeous Edison Center. Large 1 year new
workers from the various 'areas. to fight for them in the t New 3 bedroom CBS home east of 3-bedroom 2 bath CBS ranch type
We feel we are fortunate in ,
very I
Southern states. We still want an
obtaining such outstanding cap- end to segregation and acceptanceof N.W. 19th Ave. on N.W. 155th St home. Owner anxious' to sell.

tains for our drive. Captaining the the Neiro as a first class cIti- I Opa Locka on the water front. $15,990 total price. Custom built
downtown area will be William zen In the American family.If Only $12,995 tdtal. See Andy and throughout. Must be seen to fully
B. Beckham, an agent for Afro- Tracy at these most beautiful appreciate. The genuine bargain
American Life Insurance Comp- we believe this: and still ::1
homes. This 1 to 5
Sunday open price. City water, car porte, close
any. Mrs. Ethel Curry is captainfor want these things, in all fairness I
the South Miami area and and ,honesty, to ourselves, and to 1 p.m. to schools. $1,995 down. No other
Alston J. Scott will head the Co- the NAACP who has advancedthis I ..costs.
conut Grove and Coral Gables cause through the years so "YES" $8.00 PER WEEK PAYS

area. courageously, there can be no ALL FOUR BEDROOMSWe
In the past I have heard (4))
many turning back. The Ideals of justice -
reasons given by both Negroesand and freedom do not change. have just received a 2-bedroom Wow I We found it I Corner CBS.
Whites, for not Joining the discrimination frame home on a landscaped corner -
Prejudice and are
Separate living dining
room room
NAACP. But the one that keeps just as evil at this moment as completely furnished; screen kitchen bedroom
coming up more than any otheris they were yesterday or 50 years .1 ed porch, separate living room, carporte, one ,
this: "I'm afraid of what might separate entrance. Can be rented
ago. If more is required of us in dining room, kitchen and bath
happen if you join the NAACPbe courage, energy and determination out and bring in income. Stove and
solar and booster hot water
room ,
afraid of what might happenif
at must rise to refrigerator. Landscaped
present, we corner,
N.W. 17th Ave.
don't" city water.
you I meet the crisis.
oversized lot 62 x 140. 4% mort
New area. Total price $7,200. If
At this present writing. I can ETERNAL VALUES you have $2.700 down, only one gage. No extra costs. Price only
not conceive of anyone doubting,
whatever his excuse for not join- > There are some values in life mortgage at 6% until paid off. No $12,995.k all
ing in the struggle for civil rights that are eternal. And'so we must closing costs. The price is low, pays including
consider freedom and justice, if and taxes after down payment -
that the NAACP stands between monthly very low. Be smart. This is
Inimical forces trying to with- we are men and women. Now we it. Hurry. of $2,500.
hold first class citizenship from must resolve to stand courageously -
Negroes in the South, and those for what ,we believe, or
who are fighting for It. During deny the present, and turn backto FOR ONLY $895 DOWN
the past months, and more specifically the past which would mean We have several new 3-bedroom For this 2-bedroom completely furnished
during the past few weeksI inevitable disaster. We must go CBS homes in North Miami Beach. frame home with $1,495
believe it has been proven for ahead, because that way is walk- Close to business and Food Fair down. Only 1 mortgage at 6% until
all to and hear, that the ing along freedom's road. I am
NAACP see is not only standing not speaking Idly when I say that shopping center. If you love to live paid off. No other costs. Front and

firmly and courageously in the the NAACP is our one best hope in the country, these 'are your rear porches, city water, new area,
Southern states, for your civil for justice and the cause of civil homes. Priced right. east of N.W., 27th Ave. Hurry.
rights and mine, but also closerto rights in our state. We cannot
home, here in the Miami area fight as effectively for our rightsas
where we live. individuals. We must join ,
Those of us in this area who are forces with all those who believein FAIR REALTYYOU
fighting prejudice and the visible freedom and justice and makea
manifestations of reaction which combined effort. If you are nota
is segregation, and are in the member of the NAACP, planto ARE WELCOME DAY OR NIGHT-OPEN 9 to 9

front lines of the battle almost take out a membership during 201 N.W. 62nd Street Phone PL 7-1645
dally,' renew ourselves each night the coming Membership Drive. A
with hope and faith that as we membership in the NAACP is
prepare to meet ourselves each your active share in democracy.

Doris Harrell is THE MIAMI TIMES-'Tho Peoples' Newspaper"

I Miss CinderellaFor j SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1958 PACE, 3

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',.1958 '. //w.e. Handy I MINCY'S I

o'fype '
Funeral on Air Lawn Service .

84 Stanley Sweeting I IA Hear the re-broadcast of the Phone PL 7-6974 .
r ..FL funeral services for the late,
great W C. Handy on WMBM After 4i30
0 SHIFT IN radio ,eraonall.ties Ie VETERAN PIANIST Sammy Sunday at 4 p.m., April 13. / p.m.
will find WMBM! sending Williams, whose magic fingers Plant Spraying: Soil
Eddie (Castlerock) Castleberry tn brought many a crowd and mon- Dignitaries participating include -
its Cincinnati station WON, with ey into Miami's top night spots, L Rev. Adam Clayton Powell, Lawn Maintenance
rumor persisting that Carlton has come out of temporary retirement Mayor Robert Wagner of New
(King) Coleman of .WTEC will to appear at Willie York, Cootie Williams and others. 6511 N.W. 12th Ave
take over the Castlerock spot on Davie's famous Rockland Palace. The program is presented by
WMBM. If this shUt goes into ef- I Bonded Collection Abency' as a Apt. 15
feet, as rumored, who will fill in 0 WIDOW MILDRED VERONAis a public service.
for the King at WFEC' ? I dunno. silent on rumors that she and -
Baptist minister Rev. Alexander
0 ATLAS. LODGE of Elks Is a Allen exchanged wedding vows
little bit shaky because of its several weeks agone. I ,' TV SICK ? I
leader's threat to step down. W. ,
O. Perry, exalted ruler of the 0 ONE OF THE mat gratifying \\ '. ,
lodge, has his eyes focused on the artistic programs for children , : :J
state president's post, now held (ages 3 to 14)) is presented each "i,),.'.,'- ,,:::.'\', Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. i
by Albert Bethune of Daytona Saturday between the hours of 1 I ," i 1 i I
Beach. If Perry wins the state and 4 in the afternoon at the Fine ," .1 SAME DAY SERVICEALL
election, he'll be asked to remain Atts Conservatory. Located on the The winner of the Zeta PhiBeta '
a member of Atlas' trustee board. upper deck at 1025 NW 2nd ave., contest which ended last Saturday -I MAKES ALL MODELS
the conservatory is always Joyous night, was Miss Doris! lIar-
0 IF THAT certain beer comp. with the sounds of lively music winner
rell. The second prize was
any doesn't keep its promise to for the young and the young at Juanita Johnson, and the third Picture Tube Special
one of its sepia truck drivers the heart. Irv Strachan's dance Johnson.
prizewinner was Jewyll
company is going( to lose his services rhythm classes are recommended. 17.lnch-$22.95 21.lDch-$29.91 ;
to a rival concern. Alreadytwo Miss Cinderella will be honored -
other top breweries are ne 0 IT'S SAFE BET that at the Zeta's annual CinderellaBall LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN ,
gotiating. "Swapping Wives," the much Friday, April 11 at Phyllis
ballyhooed and talked-about Earl Wheatley Elementary School Converter For Channel 17--$16.50
0 SLIM BANNISTER'S new Sawyer drama will witness a SRO cafetorium. Gifts will also: be
building on 18th ave. could have atmosphere when the talented given to the second and third (Used 17-inch TV-Good condition$39.95
been a double-decker, if he'd' cast crosses the Modern Theatre's winners at the ball.
spoken soon enough and launched' boards Friday and Saturday nl teSt prize RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring it in for quick serric
that next door corner lot. H i r It'll be an unbelieveable drama, The money raised during the
neighbor wanted! to sell long ago never before believed or under. contest will be used for the
but Slim didn't get the word. stood, but it happened Just the scholarship fund which is one of
same. See it tonight by all means, the major projects of the Zeta Vets Radio & TV Co.
O MRS A CLARKE, wife it'll leave you starry-eyed. Phi Beta sorority. I I
of Fr. Clarke of Incarnation is
so pleased with the response to 0 CYNTHIA GORDON believe There will be four scholarships 939 N.W. 3rd Ave.
her project that, the "10 Best that the Social Tea to be held at given to four outstanding young
Dressed Women" contest, spon- I the home of Mr. and Mrs. F, Miller ladies !ifrom four high schools. I

sored by the church, has been extended in Liberty City will top any - --- --
another week. The con- given thus far this season. Spon-
test ends April 25. given"thus far thus season. Sponsored -
by St. Matthew's Baptist
0 SAMMIE WRIGHT the Church's family, the outing is
Brownsville sportsman, has pur- scheduled for Sunday afternoon
chased Cecil Sweeting's Victory (Apr. 13) from 4 to 6 at 7138 NW
Beer and Wine tavern, located 16th ave.
just across the boulevard from
the Mary Elizabeth Hotel. 0 WILLIAM McBRIDE, the commercial :;cWtmiI
artist is limping arouno
0 The QUENTIN are on an inflamed right foot. He's
I, house hunting. The young BTW the lone artist and backbone of a c
school not and his teacher wife I reputable Coral Gables commer-
Bonnie, have Just about clinched cial firm. Does all the company's: .
an attractive deal in the choice work solo. t } qw I ,
Floral Park sector.
I 0 SINGER DINAH Washington, vife are expecting the arrival of
who recorded the theme for "Fat I Sir Stork, but Papa Pinckney
Daddy" when the roly-poly disc evades the issue when intimates 4 g , ,,
Jockey spun for WFBC, has recently attempt to corner him about the
waxed his latest for the date of arrival.
Butterball," now spinning for II
her hubby, Eddie Chamblee are 0 THE 'DRIVER suspension or. yk4+
WMBM. Dinah, incidently, and der issued Quentin North from IM'
headliners this week at The Palms Tallahassee is Just so much gooey
in Hallandale. In an auto accident Involving etU
, I young North and an ofay defendant '
,,. U '
0 VERNON (Plflgle) TEAGUEand North's insurance firm -
his Combo continue to play goofed by falling to report its
the Marine Lounge alter 8 years cliantS< innocence. A couple of r'
t In a single spot. An amateur show!! phone calls cleared up the matter.
staged by veteran Lee McKinney, I i
is club's held basement.each Tuesday dark in the. Antlers Temple I

I I Queen Selected;
0 THE BURGLAR who forced
entry into the Cuban Restaurantvia Conclave in

the rear door last week, PensacolaAntlers A BETTER BOURBON
smashed his way out the front
door, pronto, when he heard the Temple No. 39,
Law approaching. An apprehension IBPOEW, offers congratulationsto
might have been made if the Mrs. Josephine Myers, upon ac.
investigating officers had cover-;( Complishlng the title "Queen at
ed both doors instead of both 1958. Mrs. Myers' sponsor was .
men entering the back way. In his PDR Josephine Dunn. Second BUY IT"We
Jet-like getaway, the Intruderleft prize went to Dt. Annebelle Tyson
behind a gray felt Porcupine whose sponsor was Dt. Vel- .
Fedora hat, size 0 7-6. I via Solomon. Third prize was .
awarded to Dt Marie Norwood
0 LEWIS BLAKE, the BTW with Dt. Luella Eckles her spon.
4 schoolprof, is seeing Dr. W A. sor.The .fir/
Patterson about that arthritic Daughter Ruler and the
condition. Temple extend thanks to all ,
I Daughters of Greater Miami ,

0 CHARLES C. NORTH, the Temple, Antlers Temple and their \.... .
travel bureau exec had to be friends for their cooperation in
carted home Tuesday afternoon the contest , 1
from his office duties, suffering Delegates to the state convention -
from an aching back. in Pensacola include
I I Daughters Georgia Cambridge,

0 THE WILLIAM WHITES .N Luella Alzater Eckles Roberts, Velvla Solomon, and we alone, make every: drop of Ancient Age. What's more Ancient Axe la made In one
cuddling a baby boy, William Madge Kelly, .
Windsor, born in Mt. Sinai Hospital Vera Wilson and Josephine place only, at the distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky, In the heart of the great bourbon country.
April 2. The Whites, resi Dunn. We use nothing but original and genuine Ancient Age bourbon. That' :why the distinctive
dents of Liberty Square, are The state officers will leave taste and bouquet of this superb bourbon Is always the same..bottle after bottle.That why
cuddling an 8 to. 1 oz Bundle of Saturday morning at 9:44 o'clock Ancient Age I is the largest selling six year old Kentucky Straight Bourbon in America I

Joy. along Velvia with Solomon the delegates., Dt. Ruler Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 6 Years Old 86 Proof Ancient Age Dfet Co, ffiftktet, Ky.

0 WALLY FUTCH and his star Vera Wilson. secretary
studded revue, featuring the incomparable Marie Norwood, reporter ,

" Bahama Mama Bullmoose, et and Jackson etcetrs, Have you Men the J\ldeltJ\ge boarbot.
bowed out of Club Royale Thursday Wonderful change
night There are rumors that Being mad at
a wage dispute short-circuited EVERGREEN CEMETERY
the relationship between Club Go out there and .*.
Hoyale and Wally Futch and Co. .It will rfo your heart Said


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The Miami Marlins Basebal 1 +w.,,,SV N'q',. [ I i 111 :4 d ,Ir a I+.v
Club has done very well u
Spring training have 19 straigh
wins. Hope they keep that rec .
ord when the real season opem I Y .L+ 'w r f'n' at pxq ia yyi' "; Ak 4 .r,,, rKr
up on April 16.

"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them" The Dodgers Is still my favoritr

Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 team and I'll be pulling for them.
Plant 6740 My second choice is Milwaukee,
art N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4.6128
.- - .. with the Giants coming third.
Entered at Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Office at
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Too bad that Willie Mays anr"
Frank Robinson were injured,
Member, of the National Newspaper Publishers Association hope both will soon be OK.
Member of the Associated Negro PressH. MIA q< i 4". ,,
Robert Ingle, director of the p pyr t''''' +t d. ? M
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor State Board of Conversation has
GARTH C. REEVES, Associate/ Editor and Business/ Manager announced a ban on catching
shrimp in Bisoayne Bay, sayingit
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: hurts sport fi h'n" f.> 'h
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX MONTHS $2.50 THREE MONTHS $1.50( mer. The ban will hurt numerous V
anglers who purchase these' A
shrimp for bait. The is
NEGRO PRESS believes/ that America can best lead the world '
from racial and national antagonisms/ when It accords to every man sure to go up. ;'t

regardless/ of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno In San Francisco on Wednesday / +

man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man night, two top ranking contenders -
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. for the heavyweight champ- M I

ionship fought a 12-round boutto
YE EDITOR'S a draw. More than 12,000 witnessed -
Zora Folley and Eddie
Machen battle away. The decision -
MIGRANTS NOW AT WORKA was unpopular; howeverthe

welcome change. Just a few weeks ago farm workers fighters got about $30,000

; in Florida were depending on the government, Red each.

Cross and some of our churches for existence. Today that Florida's Senator George

Is all over. They are at work again, and what is more, Smathers said on Wednesday that ly 'IYxf 4 '* ,
t : :
there is a farm labor shortage. There are about 6,000 mi- the nation is "in a definite depression 1' NhNya .
grant workers in South Dade and next week some 2,600 not just a recession." :
But he predicted that
more will be needed to harvest the crops of tomatoes, will wage a sucessful fight Congress to restore ' LjJL : _
',beans, squash, cabbage and other vegetables. The harvesting the economic balance.In .
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson are shown sit their wedding recep-
will give employment for the next two months.
tion held at New York' Club La Chose recently following the mar.
Some of these workers make as much as $18 a day. Havana, Cuba, where a war .
is -going on to throw out Presi- nape ceremony. Guests were present from Boston, New York, Philadelphia
UNIFORM CLOSING HOUR WANTEDThe dent Batista, a correspondent of Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Virginia/ / North Carolina and
the New York Daily News was Florida.
Dade County Crime Commission
on Wednesdayasked beaten when police mistook him
the Metro county commissioners to set ia county- for a Cuban.Baptists I M.... Johnson It the former Miss Vldl Olivia James of Fayetteville -
wide 8 p.m. deadline for package liquor stores. The com- N. C., where she attended public school and graduated from
missioners seem to be favorable but are not sure about in the state are hold-
Shaw University. She la now employed by the New York City boardof
the 8 p.m. At the present time, the deadline in Miami is week Ing their at Daytona annual convention Beach. this education and plane to do graduate study this fall.
8 p.m., Miami Beach is 10 p.m. and some places run as
late las midnight, and 3 a.m. Interesting services at the Mr. Johnson, a native of Miami, la the son of the late Mr. and
The'new law would not affect bars, cocktail loungesand Church of the Incarnation on Mrs. Andrew Johnson. He attended public school In that city and
night clubs. Easter 'Even were the lightingof was graduated from A. and T. College, Qreentboro. He Is now an
the Paschal Candle, the bless education director, Department of Public Relations of the Supreme
JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR DADE ing of the Font and the Baptismof
Headquarters of the Allied Powers In Europe (SHAPE.)
Dade County will soon be getting a Junior College. were seven children children of, five the of them same

The Board of Public Instruction on Wednesday unani- parents.
mously agreed to build a new voqational school to be The 5 a.m. Easter mass was THANK YOU a pleasure] to know there was no
for largely attended and the 11 a.m. waiting The operators were on
ready occupancy by September, 1959. The Tech' High I
School will be moved from the Lindsey Educational Center mass had a capacity attendance. The Liberty Beauty Salon, 6707 mers.the job Our So operators thanks to are our pleasedas custo-
to the school education will at NW 15th ave., phone PL 1-2890,
new and only adult go long as they please you and
that center. The school administration building will be Mrs. Sifontes Visits hopes Easter. everyone Saturday at a Liberty Happy your beautiful daughters.The .

the first four floors of the Lindsey Hopkins building. Beauty Salon was Children's Day operators are: Miss Ida M.

BRITAIN'S SECRETARY OF STATE IN NASSAU Port of SpainThe It the was children amusing having to see their some candy of White, Mrs. Ida Riley, Mrs. Mary

The Honorable Lenox-Boyd, Secretary of State for pleasure is mine to let you curls with thumbs in their mouths, Dancy, Miss E. Newton, Mrs.
the British colonies arrived in Nassau, Bahamas, on Sun all know what a wonderful and fast asleep. But they were getting Helen Thompson and Mrs. Marie
day for about a week's visit. His mission is to investigate happy time I spent in my hometown their candy curls right and it was( Wareham.PLEASE.

matters generally, and seek to settle the trouble that has Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1
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been going on in that city during and since the recent after concluding what took me
there. I was overjoyed to see the
strike that crippled the winter season and brought about many changes and improvementsin
such a heavy financial loss to the colony. the entire country moderni- !
He is holding interviews with both White and Color- zation of buildings used for commercial -
ed people.We and Industrial purposes-
hope the outcome will result in satisfactory especially the printing business; as
I was employed as a compositorat Don't be a Free Rider!
settlement and that perfect harmony will be restored the "Port of Spain Gazette"now

among all classes. before the the "Trinidad pre-linotype Chronicle"era. My This is Your Fight Too

NEW GOVERNMENT BUILDINGIn friends and relatives were delight..
order to help the recession, we do not believe it is ed to see me, and gave me a REMEMBER:
a depression, in spite of the more than 5,000,000 persons I
now unemployed, the U. S. Government will build 918 I visited the Cocoa Estate of YOU'VE GOT TO PAY TO PAVE THE WAY

Post Offices at an estimated cost of nearly $50,000,000. Atty. and Mrs. J. A. Procope, the YOU NEED THE NAACP AND THE NAACP
seaside residence of the Honour-
This will certainly remove quite a number from the un, able
Miss Audrey Jeffers at Toco, NEEDS YOU
employed listFlorida the St. Benedict Monastery, built
will get 15 of these new buildings as follows: by the Monks on the Mountainsand .

Boca Raton, Bonifay, Bushnell, Clewiston, Inverness,, the American Section at
Jacksonville Beach, Miami (Airmail Field, Coral Gables Chagaramas leased to America for Clip this application and Join Today

Branch and Station B), Orlando (Dixie Village Station), 99 years by the British. i,i Or send a contribution

Pensacola Warrington Branch), Punta Gorda, Stuart,' I also visited Sangre Grande,
Tampa (West Tampa Station) and Titusville. Princes Town, San Fernando and JOIN THE "FIGHT FOR FREEDOM"
Mayaro, sections of Trindad.
The yearly carnival which I
Dorsey PTA MeetsChild had not seen since 1915 was a Type of Membership: m
BRAND NEW gala affair. Large expensively _
costumed bands with the new Minimum I I ......._....-.._..... 2.00 ( )

ty will be molesting the main In topic Dade of Coun-discussion Beautiful3Bedroom ed calypsos steel accompanied band music by were the very not- with Crisis/ Magazine .... 3.50 ( ) Please Print .
April 10 at during 8 p.m.the Monday regular night PTA, stirring. On my return from Trin- Blue Certificate ............ 5.00 ( ) Mra. \
idad I stopped over in New York.
meeting. Hardwood Floors My trip, thank God, was very en- Gold Certificate -.. 10.00 ( ) Miss
The discussion will be led by
joyable.Mrs.. .........
Contributing _.. 25.00
lit..Jack Tuokfleld of the sheriff Garage Helena L. Sifontes ? ( )

office and will be featured with Open Sun. to 5 p.m. Life MembershipYouth _..... 500.00 ( ) Address
a short movie on ,Child Molesting.
Since child molesting is on the' CAPPER (under 17) _..__ .&0 ( ) .

#increase In Dade County.The PTA I CONST. CORP. Social Tea SundaySt. Youth (17 to 21) -_ 1.00 ( ) .
and sheriff office strongly request Zone
that V,each parent of the LibertyCKy 2010 N.W. 56th St. Matthew's Baptist Church Total _-. .. un ......... .._.
I' area come' out and discuss and Its members invite the pub-
this ever Increasing'problem. He to attend a social tea at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Miller, Membership of $5 and up include Crisis
7138 Northwest 15th ave.. Sunday
April 13, 4 to 6 pjn. Mrs.i I Mail to NAACP, P. O. Box 6, Coconut Grove, FIaL .
Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results Athalie Range Is guest speaker. t


TIMES-"The People New.paper"
Club to

Sponsor Tot's TimeIt's SATURDAY., APRIL 12. 1058, ., *'it-, ., . PAGE' 6Beauticians' \ I,

Heights Flashes I --- .. ;" "..' J t. ". '.
Tot's Time on Sunday, the ODBJl In St. Petetsbur. its,
April 13 for the Egelloc Club at Unit NO. 18 thru,,May 22 Mesdames Carolyn
By ORA D. TALYOR the James E. Scott Community Ward,. Ctoah Robinson, Haze
.. 11I- Center at 4 o'clock. At this time 7 Celebrate 19th Crawford and France 'Grlfflfl,
the Ejelloc Club will present its contestant in queen contest tor
The church services all over annual Tot's Fashion Show and AnniversaryThe the state from unit No. 7.
Greater Miami and Dade County
contest. I
its baby I
climax oldest Beautician organization Mrs. Marion Mul-
last Sunday glorified the Risen been made to make We salute
Lord. There were masses of this Plans have of the Egeltoc's most In the city will celebrate its drow, president of unit No. 7 for
i people in each church, singing entertaining one affairs for'the pub- 19th anniversary April 13 thru I eight year and second vice president -
praises to the risen Lord. It indeed 15th ,by worshipping with the SU of the state .OBBA. May
presented a wonderful lic.Guest artists for this program John Institutional Baptist Church she continue her faithful service
spectacle >in the midst of world will be local nursery schools and Sunday 10:43: a.m. services, Rev.T. in the organization and the com-
upheaval. May this united spirit Carver Elementary School participating Johnson, pastor. All members munity. '
>irevail throughout the years to in skits and dances. are urged to attend this service. Bertha{ II. Perry, reporter1Ia.air.11.Y
come that all mankind, even the Monday, April 14 one day work .
beast of the fields can live in shop at Mary's House of Beauty, 1 I
peace and unity. SMART AFFAIRS 526NW 2nd ave. Admission $1.00
I from 9 to 5 p.m. WHAT IS
NEW MAIL SERVICE We 'I.l REVUE ATDEAUVILLE Tuesday April IS: picnic for ,
are happy to have house to house .' I members and friends.
mall delivery in Richmond I At the regular meeting; Tues-
Heights and are being served by Larry Steele's 40-person all- day, March 31 the following were 930 / "
elected to attend the
cur former postmaster, Mr. Pal- I
the fast-paced,
Negro revue, sexy
21st annual State Convention of
more. Postal services are located
and colorful "Smart Affairs of
in Sweet Shop. '58" opened a three-weeks' engagement I

I .,., in the Casanova Room, ." .I';' '\,\;" .. '
Helen Smith has opened -a dress .'..'. Dcauville hotel on April 10, according .....................-'.....--.....--.......-....-, .....- .'. ,
\ ...
to Morris Lansburgh, operator 1 ;. \ I, t
shop in the shopping center. hotel. ., ..
of the giant luxury f\.J\ 1 < I
There will find beautiful
you "Smart Affairs" has Just concluded )OJ\ '
dress patterns, clothing made to' .,.... ,. .' an eight-weeks' run at the .!,::" '
order, alterations and many artistic Dunes in Las Vegas, and last NVtIl/ lIi J..JA'iJ/ ,;. :< \I: ":

novelists. She will be hap Maggie Hayes and Keith Andes year, the revue did 16 weeks In XJtfWlltaJ DUll (Wf ',,,'" I; "I"
py to meet and serve you. resist gangster threats in the Nevada city. This is, accord- (1 ,of .

"D,mn Citizen" UniversalInternational's Ing to Langs/burgh/ the third "
Sunday of time "Smart Affairs" has appeared -
was consecration Day at the Ken explosive in Miami Beach and It', :
dall Children's Home, Rev. W. E.I the fight against organized crimeIn JfltjjJj "
Louisiana, opening Sunday at the first time for the show in a f P
Taylor, pastor. Many expressedtheir ,
hotel night club. The shop play-
Drivein Theatre.
the LlbClty
desires to lead a new life ed 18 consecutive weeks in the ..,I, "
with the risen Lord. Mrs. Taylor' old Cotton Club (formerly KittyDavis' "
conducted' Sunday School at the Baptist Women'sConvention ) and in 1953, the show
Home for the Aged and with the appeared in Bill Miller's Riviera, IujJ f "
help of. the staff, had an Easter to Meet in the old Copa City club. : :
Egg hunt. At the close of the I 1 .
The MMh cession of the Wo- Current edition of "Smart Affain" M".j.I Y
program. The men enjoyed being men' Convention Auxiliary tc is the 11th,consecutive one,
little boys Skgain. Thanks to all the General Baptist Convention,
I and stars include songstress Rose I IMetjJlott !
who helped. Inc. of Florida will meet in Day- Hardaway, voodoo dancer Sir i ,,a; ,, +
tona Beach with the Shiloh Bap- Lionel Becekls, the dancing
UNTIED NEGRO COLLEGE! tist Church, Rev. J. W. Cole, Jr., Leonard Brothers, stripteuse I I.,
FUND The Large Gift Com pastor.. "Flash" Gordon, dancer-choreo- I
mittee, Yours Truly, chairman, The Shlloh Baptist Church and grapher Lon Fontaine and the
s met in the office of Dr. H. 7. Williams Daytona (Beach are' ready and Beige Beauty and the Modern
vice president of the University waiting for the great host of dele- Harlem Girls. There will be two
of Miami on Monday gates who will be in attendance nightly shows in the Casanova
morning at 1030.( The meeting was April 8 thru 13. Room first at nine, second at 9rf&s
most congenial and after a general I I This session promises Jo be the midnight s
I discussion of plans to raise most outstanding of all, both in ,
our quota, we made an inspec-I I attendance and challenging fea- $ChejJq! eflie
tion tour of the campus. We will tures. Outstanding on the pro- HARLEM .. ,
I meet with the general directorsat gram will be the 'message from I
a luncheon at Hotel Sir John Mrs. Sarah Williamson Coleman, SWEET SHOPA
I on Friday, April 11 at 1 o'clock. a missionary for many years in
r Dr. Richard Moore, president of Africa and 'an' associate of our FULL LINI OF QROCKRIII 'llM A I ,
Bethune Cookman College, presiding own, the late Dr. East; and Mrs. COSMETICS
;; Atty. Henry Arrlngton, Strong Mrs Coleman presently COLD CUTS 1. yr.nti t
general chairman of drive; Thomas heads the Foreign Mission Retreatin 208 N.W. 10th 8t
Huger, associate slate' directorof Washington, D. C.
United Negro College Fund Great ministers of God, some of
Drive. them now in our state !will bring ADDIE DOWTIN'S

the noon day messages. During the
I We are asking each person in session, the delegation will hear UNIQUE
Dade County to donate in this
messages from the United Church
drive for the sake of the M colleges I I Women, the Women's Missionary Beauty Shop

and Universities which do Union, and the Progressive Wo 14007 N.W. 22nd Ave. I
not receive state or federal aid.I men's
I Make checks payable to: United. the Progressive Convention.Baptist Auxiliary Conven-to Opa Lock .................................,......................... _.a
Negro College Fund. PIOOP,65*GRAIN
tion of Florida. Four expert beautician to serve BLENDED WHISKY, f
The theme "Crusading to Improve you, specializing In all phases of NEUTRAL SPIRITS SCHENUY DlST NYC.

NAACP NEEDS MEMBERS -;I Family Life" is stressed beauty culture. Sunlight student tjI -
throughout the with '45. coloring and mar : I
I New members mean more money program of Expert _I.- '
.for "Freedom. Join in with greater emphasis expressed by a colling.Mr ;
anel of state Christian leaders Mrs.. Willie'
: Laura Rogers
the sent out by Roy Bent- '
1', ley request in regards U> NAACP, our presented as a feature of the B. McCall, Mrs. Lovtnla Gilbert, LAST CHANCE TO SEE AND HEAR
to fight for equal young people's department Other Mrs. Addle L. Dowtln, manager;
( only weapon
t rights and first class citizenship. features of the program such as Mr*. Mary King Prop. I
the Victory Dinner dinner for .

I:I,, UTILITIES; GUILD Names committee, The chairmen District and Presidents'cochairmen MUrray 1-9133 DINAH WASHINGTON
are coming in for organization to
I help get lights for Richmond Dinner, and the tea for the youth
g Please send in this department await your participation Builder
Heights. yours and enjo1ment.Mihionary For Sale by PLUS -
t week. We need your help. In
, numbers there is strength. The 1545 N.E. 151.1 Terr.N. .
address is 14601 Lincoln Blvd., Programat Miami Death EDDIE CHAMBERLEE AND BAND
phone CE 5.4246.Dorsey New S>Bedroom CBS
St. Anne'sThe
Priced Right at 12ltO
I t' 200 Down

Band to the African Missionary Orthodox Department Churches of ot Will consider$ your clear lot a* FRI., SAT., SUN., APRIL 11 12 13'
part paym.ntBuild
" the Southern Jurisdiction will lot
horn on your
,; Give Concert St.render Ann's their Chapel monthly at 2477 program NW 63th at NO DOWN PAYMENT || SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 .P.m.-2 a.m.

t street. Sunday, April 13 at 3.30
The Dorsey Junior High school pjn.The D&W Construction ..
50-piece band, under the direction 'l"eCtor. Canon Obadiah
of Jonathan W. Thurston, Barr extends an invitation' ,the Company
'will be presented in concert many friends and neighbors to 405 Pacific Bid*. BEGINNING MONDAY APRIL 14
Thursday, April 17 at 8 pm. in attend the program.N. .
'the school's auditorium. I Rolle, reporter Miami Phone FR 1.1583

The concert will include classical -: I II
popular and pair selections.
that will be rendered
'Compositions will range from the works STAR MEAT MARKET j I

of Bethoven to contemporary I AND HIS GREAT BAND

m composers.
I. A bass horn solo -will be played:
W Street
I' by Wellington Gilbert, "The 1520 N.W. 62nd ADMISSION 75 Cents L

) 'Three Bears," a novelty selection, QBP-
I win be narrated by Patricia
Paige, 8th grade pigUs.: Mr. William SERVICE
the school selection chorus accompanied, will play by a piano the- .

i band.Tickets for the concert are being Fresh Meat Low Prices

l sold by members of the band
purchase your ticket in advance t
: or at the door. The prices are 50c .
fo adults, 23c for students ,..,,-
*inlw' Y'1ftr. ,

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i .I rJRichmond :
n' r
I .r

'Sunlight Chatter Box'; Tea Sunday in

Student to Attend Richmond HeightsBethune
Now that Easter's over, every-
one's back in school. I must say
No. 87 OES
Chapter ,
that Easter Sunday was a very
beautiful day. Just a little win- of Richmond Heights, will sponsora
United dy. And what beautiful dressesI Tea on Sunday afternoon, April
do hope everybody enjoyed the 13 at the home of Mrs. Woodie
DUDLEY J. BURRI8 day, for yours truly did. Brown, 14761 Pierce St., from 4
By to 6 o'clock. The juiblic is invitto -
Editor of.The, Pen, 6t Auouttlne's THE MIAMI TIMES "The People Newspaper" Mrs. Julius was presented witha come out and enjoy the outing
CollegeR.AJIJEIGU" new Ford for her 'birthday over' Mrs. Marie ,Benn is worthy matron
N.C. Duty calls PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1958 the weekend by her daughtersand of the chapter.WHITE .
(la more ways than one, J. Ken- husband. Here's hoping you
neth Major, Jr. of Miami, Fla. had a wonderful birthday and CANE
and a junior at St. AugusUne's many more to come.

College learned a few days ago. G. H. Adams to Get Our class president is back In WEEKDade
After serving, during his high school after her misfortune. Hope
school career, as president of the she's (back to stay, (because she County Chapter of the
Florida State Association of Stu-
really was missed, also Miss Law- Florida Federation of the Blind
dent Councils and president of
the Booker T. Washington HighSchool Peace AwardS son, our secretary. We're looking has announced April 26-May 3 as
Student body In Miami, forward to our forthcoming' ex- White Cane Week, according to
amination. chairman of activities.
Ken 'Major felt that be could retire Ray,
from student leadership. Sir Grantley II. Adams, who is Miss Gray, one of SunUght.slovely Starting with a parade down
Little did he know that at 281 slated to become the first Prime students, has gone back to Flagler st. the local chapter has
4th ave., The National Offices of Minister of the West Indies Fed- the Bahamas. (Hope she had a nice listed a program ranging from ed-
Protestant Episcopal Church located eration this 'month, will receivethe ,
trip. Don't forget to call her Instructors ucational exhibits to midget car
in New York City, he Hugh Moore Award "ifor distinguished for information concerning racing at Dinner Key Auditoriumin
would be chosen to represent the a service In the field of the National Beauty Cultur- an effort to focus public attention -
United States as one of 20 col- S population control for human convention which will be heldin on the needs of the more
lege students at a conference to welfare and world peace." ;Miami In July, Call FR 4-9998. than 2,000 blind In this area.
be held at the United Nations in Sir Grantley's Federal Labor has
Here's to all new students: Mayor King High
New York. Party captured a majority in last Welcome to Sunlight ladies. issued ,an official proclamation
The Division of Christian Cit- month's election for the Federa- I See you next week. urging support of the program.Evans' .
izenship of the Department of tion's House of Representatives,
Christian Social Relations in cooperation -
which will convene on April 22.
with the Division of The award Is (being made by the
College Work of the Episcopal Fund established in
Hugh Moore ( RoomGOOD
Church in New York granted Dining
1 1944 by Hugh Moore, founderand
Major a scholarship to attend a of
(former board chairman
seminar on the Church and International the ''Dixie Cup Co. and member of FOOD, TASTILY PREPARED AND
at a meetingof
the world organization, April the St. Lawrence Seaway Devel- APPETIZINGLY SERVED IS WHAT PEOPLE
18 through 20th. o( .ment Corporation. EXPECT OF A GOOD RESTAURANT AND THAT'S
Sir Grantley Adams, Prime
Anglican college students from Minister of Barbados, will receivethe
all over the world will be attend- Award in Kingston, Jamaica, 6713 N.W.15th Avenue. .
ing the seminar. Mr. Major was BWT, on April 14 at the Second
selected upon the basis of an|I Western Hemisphere Regional
"essay type" application for JL! I Conference on Population and 11 a.m. to Midnight
scholarship to the Division of, -"- Planned Parenthood of the Inter- HABAKKUK AND MAMIE EVANS, OWNERS
college work. and other numerous rea- national Planned Parenthood Fed-
With the endorsement and recommendations I sons, I am desirious of attendingthe eration.
of Dr. James A.I seminar on the Church and
Boyer, president of St. Augus- International Affairs."
tine's College; the Rev. Samuel As a representative to the SEETHE
D. Rudder, chaplain of the college United Nations conference, Mr.
; Dr Elmer C. Schwertman, Major, who is the treasurer of the Examination of your Personal All
chairman of the Social Science Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity on ment plus examination of Mart,
Dept.; and Or. Nirmal K. Sinha campus, explains that his duty lungs, stomach, liver, gall blad*
also of the Social Science Dept., ; "will be not only to represent St. der, rectal, prostate, nerve re. GREATEST
Mr. Major wrote his "essay let Augustine's College, but to rep- flexes, blood pressure and urinalysis -
ter" which won him the right to resent my church, my country, Including x-ray at lndleated. COLORED
scholarship and to attend the and also my people ,as a whole. Free consultation.' Clip and
conference.In I I must first be true to myself in bring this adlTreatments
his letter to the Episcopal God and conscience and thereby for blood, skin or PSYCHIC
Church headquarters in New l take this opportunity to make a urinary disease, piles, rectal,
York, Ken Major stated I.,w rthwhile( .con/tribution. / rqpre- stomach trouble, prostate gland READER
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to ''Principal Anthony E. CLEAN. .
Gardiner of George Washin! ton Build
Carver High School in Coconut Self-Employed
Grove, a trophy as a special
award for the Carver 'Hornet
football team having won the Protection
championship of the city +or Social Security
Miami during the recent seasoi
J The 'Hornets were also presented s
with another trophy for having With the filing of tax returnsby I I I program, (Mr. Blonston stated the
also won the championship of the April 15, most self-employed records of the Miami (North) office .3 r
Big 9 South Conference of the people arc building additional indicated many such persons It.
Florida Interscholastic Athletic protection for themselves and had qualified, and are current.
Association. family under the social securitylaw ly receiving benefit payments. '..
I it was stated by Edward P Also of Interest among the protective
Lower right shows Co-Cnti Blonston! district manager of the features of the social security tY: WI ,'14Yi ,.
Ozie Dunn, left, and Eugene Miami (North) Social Security law is the new disability S .1
Cambridge of the Hornets wit office. Mr. Dlonston also advised program which started first bene. 5
Cevla Adams,.'Miss Carver ugh" that this includes the profession fit chocks (beginning with July,
Upper right is Gloria Ida Gibson; I al self-employed who were covered 1957. This added vision protects
another Carver student who also by Federal insurance in the participating self-em
brought victory to her school .Me. ployed individual Just the same as .r a
when die won the 'Elks annual In order to secure proper credit a wage earner. Mr. Blonston add- f
district oratorical contest last 1Is necessary that the returnsbe ed that it was important for a ay
Wednesday' night at Northwester; accurate, and complete with disabled person with a work history '
Hijti In competition with all of the required schedule, it was under the program, to contact
the high schools of the count;). I I stated. Attention was called to the social security office as
She spoke on the subject: '"Civ] the fact that compliance with the soon as possible! in order to pro-
Rights And The Constitution." rules will not only save time and tect his rights
The Miami (North) Social Se-
will insure the
The awards were presented and money now of future benefit crity Office is located at 234 NE way
prompt receipt
recognition given during the ansembly 79th st. This office serves the
program last Thursda; payments. residents of Dade County who
morning. A large crowd 'Was I Mr. Blonston stated that benefit live north of 61st ., west of wN.M Nee
present to witness the occasion., payments under the old-age, Biscayne Bay and in lUaleah, on r
The trophy for the city champ survivors, and disability insure all matters pertaining to the old : Y
lonshlp was given by the Miami ance program are not based on age, survivors, and disability In-
chapter of the Florida A and M charity or need, but are geared srance provisions of the Social
University Association, Willis ;J. to the wise or self employment Security Act. /
Murray, president. The trophy for income level of the worker.
the Big 9 South championshi] Monthly payments for an (Individual That'i the taste you get
was given by the Florida Interscholastic range from $24 to $108. O
Athletic Association. depending on the average income WHY IS when you make your
Miss' Gibson will compete fn Family benefits can amount to at Cln'n Tonic with clean-tatting M .
the state oratorical contest to> be much as $200 monthly.
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PAGE SATURDAY ]Mrs. S. Dawkins Brother- Prince David Williams, pastor
8 APRIL 12, 1958 reporter "Bombs, Bigotry and
Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor hood" will be the sermon topic of Sister Ethel Cooper reporter

Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor the Rev. Glenn O. Canfield Unitarian, min "The Church's Assurance of

Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter ChurchiDixieeHig Victory" was beautifully outlined -
way at S. and discussed by the various

The four o'clock sunrise ser, 29th toad, on Sunday, April 13, classes on this Easter morning.We .
vice message was delivered by 11 a.m. That morning special ser- were glad indeed to have so
the pastor. Subject: 'The Crucifixion vice of recognition to new members visitors out with us, and
of Our Lord." He is not t: will be held, with Dr. Rob- you;many are Invited to worship withus

here He is risen. ert Carlyle Beyer, president and ; every Sunday. Our memory selection
Two members joined the Christian Mr. Lynn Snyder, membership was recorded at Ephesians
family.' The church was filled chairman, participating with Rev ;32021. We find in this lesson

to its capacity. The choir ren, Canfield. I II that the victory of the church in
1111 ii WTITIII dered music with Mrs. G. Mc- lies In the lIvIng
Youth 'every generation -
The Liberal Religious
Ford at the organ. No. 1 ushers I of her living Lord.
served. group will meet at the church presence
When Easter comes around and
p Sunday School ''began at the that evening at 6:30.
remember this glorious event,
An informal get-together for we
usual hour with the superintendent
new members and friends will be we are not much to theological
Miss Marva Trotman in
charge The lesson was receivedby [ held on Friday, April 18, 8:15: i ip.m. argument'about it. We simply
+ want to praise and glorify His
rrjr home of Mrs. WilliamA
1 Mr. Bullard, a young man of
t our Sunday' School. Russells 4150 Malaga Ave, Co. name. On Easter morning so many
al 'I conut Grove.IGREATER. years ago, God did something that
: Service began at 11 a.m. The we shall never understand. We
; pastor's theme was "Jericho ( BETHEL AME struggle and strain with words to
Road. Everyone was blessed. try to explain that little portionwe

Both choirs rendered music and Easter sunrise service was one do understand, but after all

both; usher boards served. Holy, of the most beautiful that has 'said, we must stand In wonder,
Communion was served. Mrs. V ever been. The choir in its beau- J in simple amazement and rever-
BETHANY S. D. A. St. Matthew: AME Zion Higgs at the organ. tiful robes added color to the ence, for Easter is the eternal

At 3:30: p:m. the Sunday School auditorium and its spiritual sing- mystery.
Elder C. B. Hock,' pastor 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. had a contest. Miss Carol Paul 1 Ing was at its best.
Mrs. G. Evelyn Tynes, reporterMy Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor was the winner. She raised the Devotional service was extremely -

Sunday School............... 9.45: am. amount of $25 and was crownedqueen. The Sunday School put on its high and Sis. L. Johnsonopened

'what missed an itl Inspirational'What! The day! Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. Congratulations Miss Paul. best for Easter. The little tots a glorious testimony
0, you said their speeches and looked meeting leaving space for others.
services at Bethany SDA, Church. Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. the At pastor.7 p.m. devotion After: devotion was led by he pretty as ever. The older youth Again we were happy to greet
Sabbath, April 5. As we enteredfor visitors. Our pastor
also participated. many preached -
the service
over to Mrs. V.
Sabbath School, we noticed GREATER NEW BETHELMrs. from St. John 11:17: subject
Higgs who sponsored the Easter
several visitors, later we learned The morning message was an "I Am The Resurrection" Word
R. clerk play. The of the Cross
Conley, was
that they were visiting with us uplifting one. Our pastor's ser- are inadequate that will express
Rev. W. K. Smith inspiring solemn and touch-
pastor very ,
from New York, West Palm mon was well delivered. His top- the Joy our souls felt as this man

Beach, Nassau, the,' Evergladesarea Xo, He is risen as He said," Ing.Mrs.. G. McFord was at the or j lie was" "Love Trimphs O v e r i i'Sin. of God spoke. Many cloudy
and other parts of Miami. It was in the minds of members as gan. No. 1 and 2 choirs rendered The scripture was taken |points were made plain to us.
was communion day, and the !It began to dawn towards the music No. 2 usher board served. from Luke 24th chapter. The ;Hoe to see you in church next
choir, In keeping with the occasion Sabbath. Many assembled for spirit was with us for 10( persons Sunday.For .
are sorry to hear of Mrs.
very beautifully renderedtwo sunrise service in remembrance of Higgs' Illness and joined our Christian family the best In preaching and
we wishing
selections, "lie Is Mine," and Christ's resurrection. Rev. W her are Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor \gospel singing come out Sunday
a speedy
"Were You There." King delivered the message. G'I recovery. C. A. Mills, acting reporter i night and hear Rev. W.. Gloster

Elder !Rock, pastor.of Bethany, Sunday School opened by MARTIN MEMORIAL AME and the Voices of Triumph.
held .our Interest Intensely with B. King. The topic: "Christ Appears i MT. CARMEL BAPTIST

his sermon "Ite Is Risen," to The Disciples." Nine Richmond Heights Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.

stressing the resurrection of classes present with a total of 290 Rev. Albert Jones, pastor Llllie R. Smith
Christ.: reporter E. M. Thomas
pupils. The banner offering class Wilma M. Harris, reporter
Next Sabbath will also be a was No. 9 and the banner atten Services throughout' the day Oretha Holder, reporterIn

great day at Bethany. People dance class No. 4. The Sunday Services (began at 4:30: ( a.m. and was high morally and spiritually remembrance of the

from all over Florida will be here School had 57 visitors. The pas- the Holy Spirit was ever present Sunday School began at 930.: A rection of Jesus, the services resur-of
for the annual Dorcas Federation. tor was the high pointer of the throughout ,the day. For the sun very fine lesson was taught by our church began with the Sun-
We'll be to search for rise service the scripture lesson '
sure you lesson. Bro. Smith, entitled "The Church day School which was of large
in the crowd was taken from St. Matt. 28th
Assurance of Victory. The lesson
Hymn service was conducted by attendance as usual. The lesson
Deacon D. Cooks, and Deacon chapter, 5th and 6th verses. The was highlighted by Rev. was reviewed by the Rev. Chalk.
GRACE pastor also took his
PRESBYTERIANRev. text from said
King. Both senior choirs Mundy. At 11
wore a.m. an inspiring devo-

James Culmer, pastor white uniforms and rendered song chapter .and delivered a powerfulmessage. I Rev. Bradley was at his best in tional service was conducted with

Eddie Edwards, clerk service throughout the day. Eleven o'clock service was delivering the messages for the sol-stirring prayers and uplIftIng -

Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m. An inspiring Easter messagewas equally inspiring. The scripture day. The messages were both,I hymns. The church was filled
; Morning worship .................. 11:00: delivered by Rev. W. K. lesson was taken from St. John constructive dad inspirational.They to capacity. The morning's mes-
Westminister Fellowship .... 6 p.m. Smith from the 20th chapter of 2027. Rev. Jone's theme was were dealing with the crui sage was delivered by the pastor
St. Mark, 6th verse. His subject who has
Just recovered from the
"True ciflxlon and the
DiscipleshIp" and resurrection of
was "Are You a Witness of This i flu. We were able to take in one
XAVIER Thing. elaborated on beautifully. The choir sang out of
The Lord's their The ushers sister under Christian experience.At .
hearts. at
Supper was admin were
N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. Everyone had their chance i in
istered their
celebrating the glorious at our morning and even posts. 3 pm. the Easter programwas
Phone FR 9-1424 resurrection -
MASSES : of our Christ at Greater ing service. There were also four The BTU and Sunday School held with the younger child

Dally ..................................... 8 a.m. Bethel, for the, children, under candidates At for Holy Baptism. sponsored under the a very fine program ren participating on the program,
Sunday _......... 7 a.m. & 8:30: a.m. the supervision of Sis. K. S. our evening service the, leadership of Six the children dressed in their
Mumford had a wonderful scripture lesson was taken from, Bradley and Sis. Myrick !Encouraging Easter frocks put over a very

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST In the afternoon.The program the first chapter of St. Mark the remarks were made by unique program, it was enjoyed'
pastor delivered the second verse and our pastor the pastor the director of the by all.

1571 N.W. 68th Terr. message from St. John 428.evenIng preached from said chapter. Training Union and the superin Sunday night devotional ser-

Rev. G. Jones, pastor The Lord's Super was reincar Services were well attended tendent of the Sunday School. vice was conducted by the deaconsand

Sunday School........... 9:45 throughout the deaconesses. The church
: a.m. nated as we ate of the bread that day. We wish to 'We wish to acknowledge the was
Morning worship .................. 11:00: represented his body and drankof say thank you to our visitors and presence of the visitors filled again to capacity. The night
Evening worship .................... 7:30 the wine that represented his friends who worshipped with us, friends who came many in to worship and message was delivered by the

blood, for the remission of sin. and extend a warm welcomed to with us. Our welcome mat is always pastor. After the services theLord's
NEW MT. CALVARYRev. The spirit of Easter: them to come again. out to you. Supper was administered
high at Greater New Bethel. At 3 o'clock the Junior depart as usual on the first Sunday. '
W. P. Tarpley, pastor ment presented Its Easter axe We have a wonderful prayer In our prayers let us remember

Edna E. Thompson, reporter NEW MT. MORIAH cise. On Saturday, April 12 the service on Tuesday night of each the siok and those in spiritual

Sunday School was opened at ushers (board will resume Its barbecue : week. Come and unite yourself guidance. The public is invited
the usual hour by the superin Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor at the home of Bro. A. in this service. Where there ito s to come and worship with us any
tendent. Prayer was repeated In Doris L. Hayes, reporter Gross. We are asking you unity there is strength time that you wish.

unison. The teachers took chargeof please support it. All proceeds go
their classes, each class had a 4 am The Resurrection And to the church building fund. Our pastor and the delegateswill NOTICE TO CHURCH
The Living Christ. This was the I be leaving for the conventionon REPORTERS
very large attendance.This service subject of the early Easter Sun BAHA'l ASSEMBLY Tuesday. Let us pray that they
prayer rise Sermon which was delivered will have a safe trip. All church newt mutt be in the
was opened and by Deacon Slaughter.The 'by Rev. Shipp at 5 a.m. Many Mrs. Toby Emanuel of 43 Star office of The Miami Times not

prayer songs were high gathered at the early dawn ser Island, Miami Beach, will speakon later than Tuesday afternoon of
ly enjoyed in the prayer service vices. The choir combined and "These Challenging Times" at BOMBS, BIGOTRY AND each week to Insure publication
The senior choir and usher
board No. 2 rendered services for sang from on high. the Baha'i Center, 137 NW Uth BROTHERHOOD"Sermon In current l Inu. Copy mutt b.
Sunday School's attendance ave., 7:45: by typewritten, or written
was p.m. Sunday, April 13. legibly In
the day. The pastor preached large. The All Rev. Glenn O. Canfleld' Ink
power of the holy races and faiths are cordially using tingle sheet of regular
from "He Is Risen. Service was spirit was still carrying on whichgive invited to a.ttend.FRIENDSHIP. Sunday Service ............_....... 11:00 size writing ,paper.-Church Ed.

enjoyed. the teachers more power I to Church School ...................... 1030
The 11 a.m. sermon was delivered teach .on this Easter day. FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
by the pastor, subject, "A Dixie
This inspiration of the Hwy. at S.W.2tth Road
Crying And Dying Saviour." The Spirit followed through at 11 ajn. Rev C. J. Burney, pastor JOIN THE NAACP I
3 pan Easter program was enJoyed with a glorious devotional service Claudia Wilson reporter
by all. The T p.m. prayer which choir No. 1 sang hymns -
service was in charge of Deacons,I for the occasion of the resurrec- We were thankful to God for SPECIAL DISCOUNT SALE
Martin and Slaughter. The pastor tion. The pastor delivered another another Easter. We were blessed ."'
b delivered the message from the i sermon "lie Is Risen. to begin the day with an Easter SOUTHERN CHOIR
subject "I The Bread of Sunrise service of which
am our pastor -
Life." p m. quite a gathering saw delivered the message "This COMPANY

i Best wishes are sent to Mrs the Easter day program sponsored Same Jesus Is The Living Christ. 216 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami
Annie Mae Lennor on her Illness by the Young Church of Tomor- A fine Sunday School lesson FR 4.2737
rO'AThanks 1-8011
Please visit her. to participants. was taught and a fine time was
At 7 pjn. the consecration ser had In our devotional service. Room 212

ST. MATTHEWS BAPTISTOn I vice was inspiring. The pastor The pastor delivered! the 11 ajn. Custom
delivered made choir
inspirational message message from St. Matthew 286. gowns
Easter morning we had a : "Lord Is' It I?" The choir Our BTU began at 5:30: with :a a
No. 2 sang hymns of God's Highest Quality! !
fine Sunrise Service. Following amazing fine Easter program rendered by
was the largest Sunday School grace. The Lord's Supper was the little folks. Lowest Prices! !

attendance so far this year. Also administered.The The evening message was also ,ti.
morning and evening service pastor left on Monday for delivered by our pastor from St. From $10.95

The Lord's, Supper, was served the Baptist convention in Day- Matthew 17:5, "Jesus Has a Right
.by Rev. N. F. Clarke. tona Beach. to be Heard." The three messages New Styles Old Style

This Sunday morning Rev. were delivered with much pow Choice of Finest Fabrics

Ferguson will deliver the sermon TRINITY WESLEYAN er. The choirs sang combined. Caps Collars StolesAll
'jteaday night Rev. Harold Brown The ushers were combined also ,

will deliver the message. You are Rev. George E. Johnson pastor We want all of our visitors to Colors and Combinations
welcome to"come and bear these Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter know that they were welcome in Dlckett
' two great men. You will also hear Sunday School .., .,.,.,....,, I 8>> an I all of our services. Come to will call on you at not

s the sweetest music this side of Morning worship ..._._..._..11:00: Friendship where you will find a. ., obligatio"THE
Heaven. The public Is invited. Young People's Meeting 5 p.m. warm welcome awaiting you '



PUNPHUN I THE MIAMI TIMES-'The People Newspaper"


where Mamie Eisenhower

M refused to wear a sack dress to seconds off the old mark. It was
chruch on Easter Sunday. Sup- MIAMI SPRINTER Southern on the track and A and
pose she thought it was sack- SETS NEW DASH M on the field with the two
religious? teams going through the meet
: L ; RECORD AT neck and neck most of the way.
With the 15th of April approaching
my thoughts turn to FAMU Here's how the other four teams
TTncle Sam . also my money! finished in the Eighth Annual
S4 'kx Reminds me that a professional Tallahassee Eugene White of Florida A and M Relays behind
), 'ennls player's net profit Is his Florida A and M set a new Flor- Southern and A and M: Alabama
TOSS profit. What a racket he'sTot ida A and M relays record and State 15; :Storehouse, 6; Edward
x tied the SIAC mark with a 0.4 In Waters, 4; and Benedict %.
the dash here.
ping 100-yard
In red ink is
The local cindermen
something that's used when were
things look 'black edged out in the meet by the
Southern University Jaguars 82 V4 DON'T MISS
a. to 79 for team honors as five
A is
promissory note so called
meet records fell. Records falling
Because often after you promise.vou're ,
sorry.Liability during the event were the 100-
yard dash pole vault, 440yardrun TEAOF

.,something some 440-yard relay, and the THE
taxpayers have . (lie ability). broad jump. DADE COUNTY YOUNG
James Denmark of A and M

Profit and l loss statement , broke his own pole vault recordof DEMOCRATIC ASS'N
; \ 4a 'I'm broke." 12-C by clearing the bar at .
13-10 while White smashed the Sun., April 13 4 p.m.CLUB .
A lawyer's version of the Star century marker. Kermit Cour.- AT
\ Wangled: Banner . "Home of ville leaped 23-1 and David Robertson 535
'he brief and land of the fee." nipped two-tenths secondsoff
the 440-yard run with a 48.6 Sir John Hotel '
w4 A Had enough? That's what you for Southern. I
Tet for listening to Phil. The Southern 440-yard relay
With ear intent team at Ronald Smith Willie
Listening to Phil Ossofer Cheatam, Henry Sutton, and
Is what I call Harry Key nipped three-tenths ,Drive Carefully
Heal (PUNishment!
Phil Ossofer -



Miss' Etta Moten, well known lec-
turer-recitalist of Chicago' has
Sponors Spelling BeeOne been elected to the board of truK-
tees of the African-American In- ISTHETi:
stitute. A private non-profit or- ,

liams, W Johnson, E. Wright, C. ganlzation, the institute is devoted ,a x> ,
of the answers to Russia'sSputni'k
to establishing! closer bonds
Henderson C. Bragg, M. Esslx,
is the new look in the
between the peoples of Africa
J. J,
V. Ransom B. Lowe Smith
educational trend around North- ,
E. and the United States. In addition
Riley McKinney Mackey,
western Senior High School. The
L. Pace, L. Johnson, C. w*ns. A. it arranges scholarship programs, If1EI
English department with Mrs. Roker J. Russell Alfred Payne teacher placement in Africa and
Ava Brown as chairman, acceptedthe
S. Barren, F, Smith R. Blake and a variety of lectures Information
challenge and countered with
B. Wells. and visitor services.
This project took the form of a Miss Moten has visited Africa
spelling bee for the 1040 pupils several times and been
active' in '
who members of the individual Negroes Would tai
are presentations of the cultured links A A AM
English classes. This was between America rso
Be Welcome and Africa RrY ,
Bite different from the usual way
of confining spelling bees to the Atlanta (ANP) Nine out
junior high schools. From the of tea students at the Candler
several classes and five emergedas School of Theology of Emory SALE OR LEASE b I
finalists. University in Atlanta would welcome
The five finalists! were Lizzie
Negroes as full participating Modern
Alexander an 11th grader, the members of the student body EquippedRestaurant I
winner; Joyce Cohen runnerup a poll shows. Candler is one of I
and Branda Smith 12th graders; the Methodist church's 10 theo-
Leuretta Mingo and Doris Robinson logical schools. al) :
10th graders. They are shown with beer and wine license
In the picture above. Free BTUThe
X-rays at
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Lizzie Alexander participatedin I rIttNOID
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of the 23 to enter the finals there.I Thursday and Friday April 17 Also Beauty Parlor WHISIYomww
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the high schools have entered the i and 1 pm to 4 pm. 324 N.W. 7th St.or I
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all of the eligible schools have will be X-rayed. Residents of the is WIlY!
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CLEVELAND. Ohio Invitations -
to what promises to !be the I
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gro leadership in the past hall
century, were sent out last weekto 1958 tL
a select group of 600 Influential k ;
Negro citizens by the National ,
Newspaper Publishers Assoc- ,4
iation, urging attendance at a!JESCA NEWS
summit meeting to be held in the
12 and 13. x 1i,4
Nation' Capital, May '

Using the theme, "Freedom'sRoad I The Activity Committee of the 8 p.m. There will be songs and
Begins in The Nation's James E. Scott Community Association fashions of every description.Both "wto
call-I of our Centers will parti- '1iu k iyi1 yar,
Capital, the publishers are which is headed by Atty. I 1 p
cipate in the presentation of"Storyland" v ,f h nk u4
ing upon outstanding leaders in Henry H. Arrington has appointed 1
religion, education, business, labor Mrs. Rachel Culmer Williamsas program at the audi-
politics and social welfare to chairman of JESGA's. Sponsor- torium April 10. Provident Hospital for all the
A huge crowd, both white and
in two days ol work- ship Committee. !Mrs. Williams is I Dr
participate : TEENAGE FUN NITE colored, attended the Easter Sun- patients. On Easter Monday
shop sessions aimed at seeking a a native \Mlamlan, a member of rise Service the Sweeting Es- Sweeting distributed Easter can-
formula for national unity among Zeta Phi :Beta Sorority and St. The teenage public is invitedto tate Easter on Dr. Sweet- dy to the following nurseries of
Negroes in attaining the full eco-I j Agnes Episcopal Church, she is attend our Fun-Nite activities the city, Joyland, Smith's, John-
nomic and constitutional free-I also] an ardent civic worker. Mrs. every Tuesday 7 pm. in the Liberty ins wishes to thank the many son, Busy Bee, Watson, Cradle
doms which have been opened up 1 Williams is interested in helping' Square auditorium. Record friends who came out. especially and Alice in Wonderland.
through recent U. S. Supreme the boys and girls of our com- hops, ping pong, checkers and those from Miami, West Palm Easter Monday afternoon the
Court decisions. I munity attend the summer acti- many other varied quiet games Beach and many other parts ol annual Easter egg hunt was heldon
vities of JESCA which (begins can ,be enjoyed. The admission is the state. Dr. Sweeting is seen In
Estate where
William O. Walker editor of the greeting's ,
picture perfcrring an Easter
June 16. According to Mrs. Williams I free. ,
the Cleveland Call and Post and blessing the croud.' many children attended.
( upon huge
parents can help their Helen Strachan Stubbs,
president of the publisher's groupin I children to enjoy these activitiesby reporter I
issuing the call, declared: A special thanks to Rev. Henry!
"As Negro newspaper editors, paying their way to camp. The Wright of Dania; Rev. H. T. .Everett I'
sale of candy will be issued to all
we believe that all leaders thru interested parents by calling the Dry Cleaning Classat of Mt. Bethel Baptist
frank discussion and introspective Church for the Easter message;
program director of the James E
evaluation, can in a unifitd way, Scott Community Association at Northwestern Mrs. Rhoda Snead, director of the O !
see clearly the direction we must P1L 7-7289. Dillard High School Chorus and
take to attain our common goalof all the chorus members for the
first-class citizenship." DID YOU KNOW? The full time dry cleaning class Easter music. A special thanks to 1
Northwestern meets from 3'30 Mr and Mrs. Robert Posey and
After workshop sessions devotedto A good school Is not necessarilya pm. to 10 p.m. and is open to Mrs. Edna Cato caterers for the
probing studies of civil rights, good schools; children need to be veterans and non-veteran adults.I lovely breakfast which
cultural standards, rural living I able to talk to others .freely: act The cours is offered in five ed to all. was serv-I
and agriculture business and in- ;( freely, think freely under the blocks, namely, marking and inspection After the service Easter flow- I ORA-JEL
dustry, employment and labor, guidance of a good and well dry cleaning garments, erg and candy i
were sent to the
education at all levels, housing, rounded group leader.PATRON'S wet cleaning garments, spottinggarments i I
voting rights, Juvenile problems,I and finishing garments.The .
and international relations, the COUNCIL NEWS course covers instruction in

editors hope to arrive at a The Patron's Council of JESCA the history of the dry cleaning OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
"statement of policies" which will No. 1 will meet the second Tues- Industry, types of plants, termi-
provide an accepted guide to tech- day in May at the Center. Our nology, theory, and practice in SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
niques for citizens
Negro facing
appreciation to those parents who the use of various solvents or
related problems In widely separated were kind enough to come in and cleaning fluids on all types of PSYCHIC READERLet
parts of the United States.
give us a helping hand with the materials.
Initial planning is to the
secure children and the decorations foi Dry cleaning students are
outstanding authorities among the the "King and Queen" contest. taught the operation and main-
race and in both governmental) The Patron's Council of Day tenance of modern dry cleaning '
and private organizations, it act Care Center Two will meet the plant equipment.For AM. SE e
as panel tor the various
studies. second Wednesday evening in further information call
May at the center. We will 'be PL 4- 491.

.In compiling the list of invites, looking for as many parents as ,
I the publishers have had the cooperation possible to come to both meetings.I
of publishers and edi ELNORA
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the annual
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Easter. Show. The parents and
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Diane Smith, 27, of 1930
The Dade County Unit of I NW 60th St., became Dade Coun
American Cancer Society supplied , tv's 49th traffic fatality early
732 local cancer patients Friday when she was killed in an
with small sickroom supplies: In auto accident at NW 27th are
1957 and dispensed 283,044 surgical and 85th st.
dressings to 261 post-oper- Police. said Miss Smith's car
ative patients. In addition, 93 struck a curb and "turned over
cancer victims were loaned hos- several times." A passenger, Clif
pital beds and 46 had the use of ford Smith, 27, of 1612 NW 60th
wheel chairs from the society's st, received minor cuts and
loan closed, it was disclosed todayin bruises in the accident.
the ACS annual report.
The small sickroom: supplies TRUCK KILLS
include such items as crutches,
bedside tables and rubber sheeting GROVE MANLast
as part of the service phaseof
4 the Cancer Society's programof Friday a man was killed
research, education .and ser late that night when struck by a
I truck on Grand Ave. Coconut
vice.Emergency medication and nursing Grove. Police identified the man
were given 20 patients, 62 as Edmond Branson, 2617 Oak
indigent patients were referredto
4 hospital tumor clinics which ave.William Morgan, 40, of 113
receive financial assistance from how Ave, driver of the truck
I the Cancer Society and 22,611 told police the man evidently was
!Ss disposable! pads went to 184 postoperative -j being chased by two other men
cases. Volunteers made when he attempted to cross the
871 trips transporting cancer street.
'A. V __ patients to and from doctors' They left the scene of the accident -
COMMISSION ror the fices and hospitals. of-I Mr. Morgan wax not
entertainment of the 25th annual NAACP SAYS . charged.
convention of the National Fra This brings Dade County's traf.
ternal Council of Churches ii gated public schools. fie toll to 50. A total of)( 62 per-
Miami 22-24. He noted also that in Mississippi sons had died in traffic accident
IEight States Cannot be the state legislature has had at this time last year
They are, left to right seated under consideration "a proposalto
Rev. Edward T. Graham Dr. J. let a private organization, the
T. McMillan and Rev. S. A. Cou White Citizens Council, fight desegregation Non.Surgical' Treatment
sin. Standing: Elliott J. Pieze, Trusted with School FundsWASHINGTON' with tax money." Hernia, e Piles
Mrs. Maude Reid, Mrs. Elizabeth "Unless there are appropriate
Espy Johnson, Rev. F. E. Shees,I safeguards against Illegal expen- (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids)
Mrs. L. E. Thomas, Rev. p, W ditures of federal money, we may DR. LONG'S CLINIC
officialsof ilies, except for a handful of
Williams and Mrs. Mary C discover too late that funds intended -
Wright. Not shown are Atty. U:. eight southern states cannot be hardy, persistent and fortunately for public education have 21 S.W. 18th Av.
trusted to administer any type of placed individuals." the PIton PR I-2748
H. Arrington, Rev. Thedforc been diverted to supporting
Johnson, Mrs. Lloma Green, Rev federal assistance to education "We ask: that no state be given: White Citizens Council in Mississippi
W. C. Edcar, Rev. E. M. Blocker without anti-segregation safe any funds unless its appropriate or some other private organization Add Lift to Year
and Principal Charles L. Williams guards, an NAACP official told a officials pledge that they will be that promotes segregation and Year to LIT
Congressional subcommittee here. spent in conformity with the requirements ," Mr. Mitchell cautioned.ASTHMATICSI. REDUCEBpoelal
The council, which is headed Mitchell director of of the U. S. Supreme
by the Rt. Rev. Sherman L Clarence Medication
the Association's Washington Court decisions of May 17, 1954
Greene, senior bishop of the AME bureau testified before the and May 31, 1955, in the school
Church, and presiding bishop of .
et b.M
desegregation cases, he asserted. w
House subcommittee on special
the State of Florida, seeks to pro.. .
education on April 2. He enumer-
mote: fellowship among its members ;
a strong ministry with the ated the eight states with untrustworthy -I Mr. Mitchell cautioned subcommittee JOIN THEY.
highest standards and courage- officials as Alabama, members that "at tome
ousness, total integration of each Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Loui- point, the Congress must dcilde J A J DRUG DEPT. STORK ,M. C. A. TODAY
community in the U S. A., prep siana, Mississippi, South Carolinaand to call a halt to the wanton pro- : 1410 N.W. 62nd 8t, Miami, Pla ,
aration of its membership for Virginia. gram of using federal money to
maximum competition in a free He cited a letter (from Executive promote Illegal school programsof
society, evangelism, and full participation Secretary Roy Wilkins to racial segregation.
in local, national, and Marion B. Folsom, secretary of "Now is the time to act," he HELP WANTED!
world affairs to help create and health, education and welfare, in added, pointing out that "Con
maintain peace by Christian which Mr. Wilkins, in which Mr. gress cannot Ignore the entensivo Make $168 a week preparing envelopes. Our Instructions
standards.The which Wilkins warned that "any pattern of tax-supported dlflanca
government plan for assistance to in some areas of the country," tell how. Enclose stamped envelope.
council is composed of all
, the states in the form of grants The NAACP's legislative specialist
of the Protestant Churches of the WRITE
for scholarships, teacher training, noted that a Chicago newspaper .
United States, serving more than
month estimated that
and other methods of reducing the
ten million Negroe waste of talent should not subsidize southern states have spent more EWELL FARLEY
A number of the nation's out- ml'l'on' d"" *
which has stifled than two *
a system
Box 71 High.plint Ky.
standing leaders will address the
the ,
I talent among the children and tempts to defy Supreme
3-day convention for which: MU
American tam I Court decisions banning Apdd"A
Zion Baptist Church will be head- youth of 4,000,000 h.-I
.quarters. Included in the list of <::]
speakers are Congressman Adam
Clayton Powell Mrs. Daisy Bates, AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
the leader of the Little Rock $5,000) To conform with
($10,000 $20,000 -
Greene Dr.
integration. Bishop ,
William Holmes Borders and Florida LawIf Living Service for the Living"

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Griselda Brown, champion Easter services.
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS speller from Douglas and a pupilin Mary F. Williams, principalArlcen .
Williams, reporter
..... . _ ___ Mrs. Hazel Alfred's class, com-
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper": G. W. CARVER HIGH I of other Dade County Board N.Y. PASTOR TO
I. schools at the Dade County
. PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1958 The track team won the senior of Public Instruction. on April 2. IN FLA.
track meet at Dillard high school) The entire Douglas family is extremely PREACH
I in Fort Lauderdale on Thursday,. proud of Griselda's
achievement. After the oral spellIng Brooklyn's dynamic leader of
April 3.
DUNBAR ELEMENTARY LIBERTY CITY ELEM.The The prospective debutantes for examination, Griselda, accom- the St. John's Baptist Church and

Parents and friends who attended I I second graders in room 34, this year are Gloria Gibson, Patricia panied by her mother, Mrs. Arnold Evangelical Union will open a
the PTA meeting last Monday Mrs. Maggie Scott, teacher, kept Bethel Laverne Moss, Bet- Brown, and her teacher, attended two week tour of Florida Sunday
and ty Davis and Barbara Baptists. a luncheon at the McAl- April 13.
evening were both pleased the entire student body enthralled I i
Inspired by the program, "Cou- with their morning devotionslast The debutantes are sponsored by lister Hotel. She received a beautiful The Near York pastor, who
rage Some of His Words." This week. The /pupils were in Beta Zeta Sigma chapter of the ball point pen and a medal raised close to a $1,000( to help
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. ic-r her participation.Our the Tallahassee Inter-civic As-
combination of songs and scrip- charge of the entire program depicting Hazel'
'I felicitations to Mrs. sedation in its campaign for
tural readings .was written by Mrs. through narration, song
Mesdames I' Gloria Gibson won first placein Alfred on her marriage to Elgin I equal bus service, will lead a revival -
Pearsall and produced by and meditation the real meaningof the annual Elks' Oratorical
Jollivette, Oates and Easter. On Thursday they introduced contest which was held Tuesday Alfred. I at Bethel Baptist ,
Cooke. (Mrs. M. Doles, president of the 14500 Lincoln Blvd., Richmond
World and assisted by Mr. as their special guest, April 1 at Northwestern High.
'Mrs. Jollivette, special projects M;. Jonathan tPinder a former local chapter ol ACEI is attendingthe Heights, Fla., April 1318. Someof
teacher, who worked with the organization pupil of Mrs. Scott who thrilled Mrs. Edith Coverson. a basic 1958 Study Conference of his subjects will be "Underes-"
of the spelling project' everyone with his rendition of education teacher, won a schol- ACEI in Atlantic City, N. J. timating our Resources, "The
presented spelling bee awards to "Alone. Mr. Pinder attended lastic award for writing a letter ''Mrs. E. Kimbro librarian, reviewed Secret of a Happy Life, and
Michael Abrams, 6th grade win- Liberty City Elementary ,grad- titled, 'ttfow I Use Junior Scho- I a professional book, "Are "Christ's Answer to Frustration."

ner; William Green, 6th grade, uated from Dorsey High and lastic." She received a $5.00 You Listening," in our profes-I I The Rev. Reed will arrive In
runnerup, and to William Little- Tyler Barber College and is now check and honorable mention. I I sional faculty meeting on Tues- 20, 11 am., St. Paul's Baptist
I I I She cited interesting tips
winner. employed at Beckwith Barber day.
John, 5th grade
One of our visitors during the Miami April 12 and be the house
"Our Easter Party Was Fun"was Shop. week was Mrs. Elizabeth Vlrrick, that we might employ to improve guest of Rev. L. R. Ross 3270
the skit offered by 3rd grad- !I The March Junior Red Cross listening habits among children
chairman of Coconut Grove NW 45th St., Bethel's pastor.
ers in Mrs. Luella Thompson'sclass. County meeting was held at our Slum Committee. She spoke to as well as ourselves. I Other engagements of the
Twelve students partici- school. At that time the Junior the students on "How to Clear Elmo Ward, senior student at pastor in the area will be April
pated in the skit. Brief accountsof Red Cross Council presented a The Slum Area in and Around Fla. A&M University, is presently Homestead, Rev. McQueen pas-
the origins of many of our puppet show entitled, ""Know Their Communities." serving his internship at Doug- tor; April 20, 7:30 p.m., Friend
Easter customs were included lathe Your Junior Red Cross. Our of Miss
las under the supervision ship Baptist, Rev. C. J. Burney
skit. I t I school made Easter favors and The Carver Clarion staff and M. Orr, fourth grade teacher. Mr. pastor; April 22-23, Shiloh Baptist -
one of our 1st grade teachers will be sent to the various hospitals.The sponsored an Easter fashion asset around our school plant
be back with us soon. Mrs. Hep- boys and girls really enjoyed show on Easter Monday. 'The and we are delighted to have him April 26, Rev. Reed will fly to
burn is ill at the present time. making these beautiful favors models in their attires were dash with us.Our Tallahassee to be the guest of Dr.
Theresa Wright of Brownie ing and exquisite. I hearts are saddened whenwe S. Bright, instructor at Florida
B. T. W. HIGH SCHOOL Troop celebrated her birthday at The senior class presents its learned of Jack O'Dell's pass- A&M University. Sunday, April
school with the 20 girls enrolledin class play "Deadly Ernet," a 3- ing. Mr. O'Dell was the husbandof 27, 11 am., he will preach at Mt.
Members of the Girl Senate are that group. There was plentyof Zion Baptist Church in Apalachi-
act comedy by J. V. Heuer whichis one of our former teachers
sponsoring a dance in the gym- everything including ice cola. Dr. Bright pastor. In the
being directed by (Mrs. Mae C. Mrs. Georgia O'Dell. II j
Patch Dance Saturday April! cream, cake candy and a varlet Brown Tuesday April 15 in the ''Fire destroyed the home of evening he will address the Tallahassee .
12; admission is 25 cents. The I of favors. Theresa's brother auditorium. I I Mrs. Palmer, mother of Regina Inter Civic Council Rev.
girls promise it will be an hilarious Charlie, a first grader and a Ellen Bethel reporter Palmer pupil in Mrs. Vera Aus- C. K. Steele > .

affair. The winning"patch" friend 'Kim Royal also attended. .I.YM......._ _._-_. ._.._-_.._- -_. -_...___.___.__.._...._._..__..___.__..n. ..._ _.___._......................................................-
door prize.couple will receive a I||I The thanked,girls Theresa and leaders for letting of the troop them : '"""=.:;". ,. ................ w..,.. '_w_,. ...........*.gJvyy.38i ... .iWwc,....,...:IAi..%; ;...................... ..."......i.N.1...S.IM....;.,......M 1.In'

Pre-registration was held April help her celebrate her birthday
3 for grades 711. Students were Mrs. Elry Sands, Juanita Allen
asked to select subjects they desired and Blanche Johnson are sponsors :: NEW FURNISHED Lt Ltlt :
to take for the purpose of of the said troop. 1
counselling before regular regis- I I The month of April brings to : :
tration April 28. Parents will be Liberty! City Elementary "Library =II.1t
required to sign the assignmentclass Book Reading Month." Those
card before a student is ,per pupils who are interested in reading
mitted to pursue the studies. are urged to participate and I .
Carver, Northwestern and BTW at the end of this school year APARTMENTS
DCTers will hold their annual awards will be given to those Iw
employer-employee banquet, on reading the most books. lt
April 16 in the cafeteria. Bids are
out for this event, so it's too late PHYLLIS WHEATLEY
for you to cry. 1 1 I In keeping with the ooservance 'It
Spanish classes are presenting of March as Spelling Week we In# Comfortable and Modern Living

"Cinderella" during their annual conducted a spelling bee throughthe It .Jtt t
Pan American Week celebration.The school. The winners were: first i
occasion will be assembly for grade, Sharon Gilbert and Harold n f. Kind n
junior and senior high groups Clark. Second grade, Shirley rni 0 .
April 17. Charming Alena Mar- i
Baker and Geraldine Hollings-
tin will be crowned Spanish worth. Third grade Albert Lee e i

Queen The TB at their mobile annual unit fiesta.arrived on I|I Fourth Hines grade and James Overious Ludden, Clark.and (:lt:tty i I IN COCONUT GROVE alt:

Mattis Dease. Fifth grade San- tn''
our campus April 9. All persons Jt
dra Holland Emily Black. I
eligible 16 years for old x-ray.and above will be Joan Sixth. MoMilllan.grade, Alfred and Alfred Aliphant Aliphant and ltd < 3201 Douglas Road Corner Day Avenue ruu

Have you been watching the the school's winner will represent MANAGER APARTMENT 5i ttEg.
progress of the new wing four' the school In the Dade County u. t tt
teen class rooms and administrative
Spelling Bee. Joan McMlllian liIt t
offices it is going up by "
leaps and bounds. Mrs. Jane will serve as an alternate. ,.

Lewis' room is already a casualty -I Teachers'The Dade ACE County Eelementary 51 0 f.,S Kini . iu,t
I presented its annual -
and her classes are now meet-! 1

Ing The in annual the cafeteria PTA tea and scheduledfor library. .A'hich dramatic several students festival of of. area Phyllis K :,:I i IN { :t

20 in April the memorial 13 will be garden held of April the The Wheatley play was students entitled participated."Robin-" I LIBERTY CITY

hood Tricks The Sheriff. We
school. Mrs. Annie Johnson is IM p
tied with
chairman of the Douglas Elementary I
program com- 1370 Northwest 61st Street
mittee and she expects big things and received a certificate at the 2 i Fu
finals. Mrs. T. Benson
from the music and literary numbers Daisy was MANAGER APARTMENT 5 rr t tl
the representative of the ACE
planned for the occasion.
I and Mrs. Mary Lou Nixon was ; ft t

Speaking of the PTA, you can the sponsor of the skit. Many
win a trip to Nassau by helping! thanks to all patrons+ who made E t i :
the PTA and band parents in I the affair a success.A r ii r r ELECTRIC .
their drive to purchase band uni- display has been set up on ni Jtti
forms. They are sponsoring a the main floor of the building
city-wide popularity contest showing various fruits and vegetables IJSWATERIILLGASt t tIt ;
among adults. All proceeds will of Florida. It was quite inspiring -
go toward the band uniform pur- to many students in keeping -
I i chases. A special concert will be with the unit of Florida.
1\; presented and anyone holding a Fred Sands, a Florida A&M
1 subscription ticket will attend student is now Interning under

I the concert free. How about you? Mrs. Minnie Reeves. Miss f2,It LARGE, AIRY APARTMENTS and 2 BEDROOMS TILED fit
Members of the school patrol Yvonne Deveaux and Miss Doro-
1 are also soliciting funds for their thy Hield completed their nine t BATH AND SHOWERS BUILT-IN IRONING BOARDS.-- PLAY #ttI.t

P annual trek to the AAA March ation week internship with an evalu- AREA PARKING-ONE RENTAL FEE .PAYS FOR EVERYTHING
ing Competition In Washington during our faculty meeting
D. C. Letters are being sent by which! proved satisfactory to the I.t; i
patrol sponsors; if you receiveone entire faculty i
r lease respond favorably. In keeping with the Easter festivities I
Career emphasis week came in services were held at St I'
with a bang at BTW.' Studentsare John Baptist Church for the entire tt No Deposits $ Move Right In m

stopping everyone asking Phyllis Wheatley family. The r
about Job opportunities and vo Rev. Thedford Johnson pastor 1Jt
r cations. This worthwhile project delivered a very inspiring mes- I
Is under the sage. The prelude, Mrs. Edna, :
sponsorship of the i
Guidance Counselors of our Clark; song, "In The Garden," MANAGERS LIVE ON PREMISES TO KEEP PLACE ORDERLY

school. Prizes are being given for audience; scripture Sandra Holland i AND CLEAN 1
+ the best posters scrapbooks etc. : ; Aiant, "Into my Heart
1 ..porothy E. Jenkins reporter audience; Why We CelebrateEaster 4 I
j wv Mrs. Etta Thomas; solo Cj Coconut Grove Liberty City
: MONROE MUSIC HOUSE Mr. Albert p Dean; selection /
first and second grade teachers b 3201 Douglas Road 1370 Northwest Slat St. I
r Everything in Gospel Music and others; message Rev. Thed- i
Everything .for the church.: Also ford Johnson. pastor; appreciation b: APT. 5 APT. 5 I
church furniture Baptist standard Joanne Hammlt song, "He k't
i hymnal, AME hvmnals 242 Arose" audience.
'_NW..8th..J ,, I>t...8. .FR 3-M93.. I Mrs. Annie Mae Benedlet1on.1|, 3XaDE ?:* T ;


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THE MIAMI T'MF.S-'rn.e Peoples' NewIP",,""


Morning JudgeNews

From Miami' Municipal Precinct Court Inspectors Do Good MISSING PERSON

JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, PresidingBy Anyone knowing the where-
Job in BrownsvilleTwo abouts of Mr. Harold
Briggs formerly -
Elliott J. Pieze, Times Staff Writer of Fernandina, Fit. Please

county Inspectors in the contact Mrs. Margaret Beneby,
Brownsville area getting 1613 W. Union St. Jacksonville,
Another total of 92 cases was sault and battery with a bottle on plenty praise from local are residents.The Fla., a relative. .
listed on the official docket of the Howard Haynie Haynie was !
two men are W. F Colemanof
day in Judge John D. Johnson's also charged in a cross complaintwith SALE the County Buildine Depart- Mrs. Ada Lee
Municipal Court Monday, March assault and battery with ment and Robert J. Gaffney of
31. The session may be classed as hands on Mrs. Bush. Each one the County Health Department.Both To Host B&PThe
from the stand- fined LOTS. Landscaped corner 80xlM I
an average one was $35 or 14 days. Mr. Coleman
and Mr.
point of sensationalism. James White, charged with NW 59th st. and 24th ave. Lots in Gaffney have been instrumentalin ; April club supper of the
Somewhat disturbing was the assault and battery with a broom Liberty City or Brown Subdi- bringing better living condi- Business and Professional Wo-
case of Frank Chase a 29yearold handle on Mattie White, fined $50 vision. We 'build to suit on our tions to the community by seeing men's Club of Murrell Branch,
man of 3653 Williams ave. in or 20 days. I I lot or yours. We take care of all that building' and health codes arcstrictly YWCA will be held on April 22
Coconut Grove, who was charged Ellis Davis, charged with assault financing. Cash paid for your lot t adhered to. at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ada
wtih disorderly conduct oy with a knife on Allie Mae or home. JE 81340. Baron. Lee 2001 NW 55th Terr. AU
creating a disturbance and with Hudson, and with carrying wean- These men are responsible for a members and interested
shop persons
assault and battery on Mayola on (a knife), fined $100 or 40 and home on busi- great deal of the cleanlnr up of are urged to attend. A special
Lucas, 17, of the same address.It days on the two charges combined. ness NW' 22nd ave., corner, 9 slums and ridding the section of treat is being planned for this
was disclosed during the bedroom CBS and Coral on bus- rats that infest shacks and Junk meeting.
hearing on this case that Mayolawas iness lot. $3,300 cash of trade sheds. Tennants and landlords JoAnn Spence reporter
living with Chase as his com- down; balance app. $9,280, 6%; alike are kept after to keep their .Zelma Black, ,president
mon law wife, and that Mayola $85 per Mo. Now renting $105 property in good repair and eliminate -
and Chase have been married but IN MEMORIAM per Mo. FR 4-0074. any faulty wiring and
are separated from their mates. plumbing.The .
The young girl told the court 'In loving memory of our dear Wedding gown skinners NEW NEW
that Chase hit her for nothing on mother who departed this life on satin, long train, rhinestone and two inpectors work in close
Saturday morning, and that she April 3, 1935. seed pearls trimmings. Call laison with members of the $1,495 Cash
had him arrested. Chase denied The Reeves Family Blanche, PL 9-2496. combined operation has been very Beautiful 3-bedroom CBS, cus-
hitting her but admitted that she successful.Mr. tom built cabinets, terrazzo
may have thought that he hit her BUSINESS 6400 NW 15th Ave. Coleman works under the floors. immediate occupancy,
Following his usual warning in Phone NE 46488. Mrs. Eve. supervision of Mr. Trout in the $12, OO total.

cases of this kind, Judge Johnson WARNER Building Dept., while Mr. Oaf-
BEAUTY SHOP. For sale rent m> is
or y supervised by L. F. West-
found Chase guilty and fined him
HINES, Inc. Er call after 6 pjn. FR 4-8880, apt. brook of the Health' T>.n"rtment. NEAR 57th STREET
$50 or 20 days on the assault and P
battery charge and dismissed the Painting and 22. I $995 Cash

disorderly conduct charge. Waterproofing of Policeman Fired $75 MONTH
ContractorsLicensed A family four would like to
heard and Neat and
Among other cases clean. 2-bedroom furnished
and rent 2 3 bedroom
house. Cal
disposed of were the following a or home $9,500
For LarcenyContinued total.
Insured by City i. Mrs. Elizabeth Randall, phone'
John Carter, charged with dis- and County NE 3-6129. I'
orderly conduct by using profanity '
1883 NW 60th StFro from 1
and with assault and battery Estimator/ '<:..' ". ROOM. 141 Northwest 9th St''I plications for loans. page Gold Coast Realty
with teeth on Willie Brown (a Call hour See Miss No. 1M10
any \ Montgomery, Apt. The charges say Williams kept 4301 N.W. 2nd Avt
trustee at the local police precinct -
Ph. N E 5.6879THELMA
the added sums for himself. Tes-
) fined $90 or 36 lays on the PL 4.6B08
I timony showed he had paid some
two charges. 2 bedroom CBS, partly furnished, of the money back but not until
Jimmie Willoughby! charged east of 17th ave., only $11,500 charges had been brought againsthim.
with disorderly conduct by using TROY'SBEAUTY Terms. Also 3 bedrooms CBS, .
profanity and with assault and same area. Call II. H. Cox, Broker -! Additional charges are pending JOIN THE NAACP!
battery with hands on his wife, NE 4-5765. against Williams in federal court.

Frances, fined $40 or 16 days on SALONIS ._._-u_.u._.._.u.._.uuu......_._.UnUU......._..u._.._.uu...._.U..__..__..uuO......_-..----.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..................w www..w.wN
the two charges.
Oscar Holt, charged with disorderly NOW LOCATEDAT I GO HORSEBACK RIDING IN COUNTRY
conduct by loitering on the HELP WANTED

public streets, fined $15 or six Beautician wanted at 6833 NW DRIVE OUT AND HAVE SOME FUN

days.Jesse Davis, charged with disorderly 15th ave. Bertha Sneed, Mgr.
738 N.W. 3rd Ave.
conduct by loitering, fin- Call PL 4-7918. For Information and special arrangements

ed $15 or six days.
Sheila D. Hill, charged with FR 4-9189 TEN AMBITIOUS women cosmetics.for PHONE,RANCH BOOKING AGENT
assault with a knife on Dan C. sales work with AVON
Glass, and Glass was charged Call FR 1-6407 for appointment. FRanklin 4-0074

in a crosscomplalnt with assault
and battery with a knife on Hill., I 1 ....................-......................--.......-.-.......-.'-"--,
fined $50 or 20 days each. I

Paul Sands with, charged a police with officer interfering WELCOME KING / !

while in the performance of his
duty and with resisting arrest
. -fined $25 or ten days on the first l
t NOW! Vitamin
and Mineral
charge, dismissed on the second. ;

As was expected following the ; S Insurance at OlMSTGOSTt

Easter weekend celebration the uM14 i .-' _
cases listed for trial was 116 on {
April 7.

Highlight cases were BO much ,
and many that it was difficult to
decide just what case should bo tfe- .
included In this week's news.
The case of Jimmy Robinson of t / J.Je e t
467 NW 8th st, apt. 5, charged
with assault and battery on Mrs.
Annie Mae Fain of the same address -
probably stood out AS
much as any. The incident occurred I Formula nMultiple \
on Sunday afternoon at v
the home where the couple lived. Joe Walker Milton Smith ,, /1 .

Calvin Mapp, the arresting officer Blind The Butterball
Gospel Boy
told the court that Robinsonmet
him on NW 2nd ave. and insisted SAY
that he accompany Robin- .VITAMIN and MINERAL
son to Robinson's home to pre- "WELCOME" TO . ;y.s
vent trouble. Upon arrival Mapp
into the 1'iRpl7t:4 / >R CAPSULES
said that Robinson rushed V
house and at once began to beat
Mrs. Fain about the face and
body. Mapp said he became disgusted -
and arrested Robinson. I
: ,
Mrs. Fain told the court that she 4 I_#i R Now McKesson
aw brings
you high-potency
had just returned home from
church when Robinson began to Vitamin-Mineral Capsule priced within the
beat her without any reason. Mrs. 5 range of everyone! It', new Bezel! Formula
Fain added that Robinson had ;(121 a combination of I 11 I vitamins and'
beaten her on several previous 10 minerals and Brewer's Yeast all In one
occasions. casy-to-tske capsule. Never before has Mo

In his defense, Robinson tried Kesson produced a vitamin-miners! capsule
against him, but the judge would of this high-potency formula priced so !ow.
not go along. Judge Johnson 100 CAPSULES There's absolutely no other like lei! If you
found him guilty and fined him Y 1 1tix 1z have been feeling tired, run down try Send
$100 or 40 days in JaiL f) Vitamlni Formula #21 at our riL li must make you
Among other cases heard and 10 Mineral fee! better or your money back!
disposed of were the following

James Spencer, charged with .. """t.... If .. .. ....... ......... ...,.
assault and battery with hands on King ColemanAS ONLY $3 88nt. .SSMC.wl ...... v... I.. a. ... ....
I.wwe saIi qwISlyi....... ..., It.
Sarah Frison. Spencer was also HE JOINS ININ.e ........ de ... ".... arw
charged with assault with a gun 1w'a" :M .. lINt .nrs ICW ....
on Miss Frison, discharging firearms "The Hottest Station in All The Nation" Less than 40 J day! '
in the city limits and with
carrying concealed weapon (a M World FamousWMBM
calibre revolver.) Miss Frison
was the complainant in all of the
cases. Spencer was fined a total : 1000 At Your Local StoreGood
of $150 or 00 days on the first, On Dial Watt Drug
second and fourth charges. The ;

third charge was dismissed. r ... a
Mamie Bush, charged with as- ,


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MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" ST. JAMES A.M.E.

Dr. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor
Mrs. C. W. Brooks, reporter

Easter Sunday services on last ITYHCATRC

Miami Ready for Sunday according to the vast p $VC tlg
' throng of worshippers' throughoutthe
day was an occasion that will

FSTA ConventionContinued gave linger praise long in and their adoration minds as to they our NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

Risen Lord. The sermons delIv-
ered by our pastor throughout the
day were filled with fervor and
from page one the dance, tours have been arranged spiritual power. The Hollowing FRIDAY AND' SATURDAY
for those interested in educational '
of the NEA will direct the or- were accepted Into full 'member- DAm
recreational and social Bros. Herman Guion Wil- roi inAuroRKIA'S ROHDER
ganization of this group. shIp: THE WIDEST
activities in the Magic City.
I liam Q. Carter Jr., Melton Shaw
486 DELEGATES TO DATE Mrs. Juanita Hamberry, chair- and Sister Mamie Lee Fields and
Dr. Gilbert L. Potter, executive man of the registration committee Thelma Stuart.
secretary of (FSTA, has announced has announced that special I The women of St. James are
that registration has been received centers will be set up at North-1' putting forth every effort to make
from 486 delegates; and, western to accommodate early the 10th annual Woman's Day
other reports are*being received and late arrivals. Curriculum assistants observance the best in the annals
daily. I and deans and the bus- of Women's Day celebrations.
Cato Roach, president of host iness education ,council of the Mrs.' Esther Scott, chairman and
district Ten, Mrs. I. R. Straughter, county will assist members of the leader of the Court of Gardenias
FSTA president and other members : committee with registration. have the following persons working
of the steering committee are I PRIVATE HOMES STILL I under supervision: Mesdames
working overtime to get aU NEEDED Juanita Mackey, Martha Nicholson -
things ready for the convention. Although some 100 homes have Annette (MoNeal, Mary N.
been obtained for housing, Nelson Alston, Priscilla Fisher,,Ruth Williams 1 I I
FIRST PROGRAM THURSDAYMrs. Adams, housing chairman, is ; Ludella Johnson, Bessie
Ida M. Ratcliffe will be Smith Edna Owens .
still hopeful that others will be M. Maeola f1W
host principal for the occasion, made available to the committee. Dunmore, Meulah Allen, Mary i
and will bring greetings in the Contact may be made with Mr. Smiley, Susie Smith, Eura Williams -
first delegate assembly at 1 p.m. Adams or Mrs. Ruth North Polite, Ethel Reed, Orvia J. Bell, NMT Will .MMUCOKTUWISAu7ll / or
April 24. Booker T. WashingtonHigh co-chairman. Henrietta Rodgers, Bernice L. : eo oo
fast is W
School choral group will I Gladden, Joyce Smith, Gwendo A....iosM I -..-.*... w-*."".' tf
lead in the pledge of allegiance. SPECIAL MEETINGS lyn Green, Sadie Dean, P. Sapp,
Northwestern and Carver choral Members of the FSTA Boardof Arquilla Llghtburn, and Miss
\ and FTA groups will participate Directors will, meet Thursday Sandra Herring., ,'I
Friday, April 25. The public pro morning at 8:30: a.m. but the SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAYROBERT
gram will be held in the audi]I principal's group will precede this Under the co-chairman, Sister
Ida M. Wright, who is leading the
torium at Northwestern Thurs- group with a meeting April 23.
Credentials and resolutions court of Roses the following are
day evening. At this time special committees
are expected to meet under her (Command: Mesdames{
greetings will be brought to the
Association from outstanding Thursday at 9 a.m. An orientation Gladys Nathan, Magdalene Am
brose, C. M. Pearsall t
county and city officials. meeting for departments and Georgette eCNIM
sections' has been scheduled for Campbell, Prudence Johnson,
STUDENTS ASSIST 10 a.m. Thursday Grace Reamer, Lottie Williams, scoP kEm .coefaa
Outstanding students from the Mrs. Ireta M. Crosby, presidentof I Mary Bell, Lula M. Clark, Mary
high schools in the county and the Dade County Teachers As Fenderson, Nona Newkirk, Cttherlne -
members of the FTA Club will sociation, will be on hand Thurs- Moxey, Eliza R. James,
serve as junior host and hostesses day to distribute all delegate cre Classic Porter, Agnes Green, C.
during the convention. Mrs.: Au- dentials for the county. Mrs W Brooks, Estelle Barr, Magda
drey B. Williams will be direc- Crosby asks that all schools have: lane Johnson, Luwilla Plumer,
tor of the group. Scouts and their delegate lists and alternates Claudia M. Cooper, Opal King,
school patrol members of the varIous corrected before that time. Bessie Wilson, Beodis Travis, -
schools are alsa expected to The entire citizenry of Dad e Amanda Murhy. Cox and Miss Grace MIDDLETON-MARIE WINDSOR
serve. County and adjacent communities -
is invited to view exhibitsand Services at St. James promise
LOCAL COMMITTEES READY witness ,general assembly to be most enjoyable and inspirational STARRING FRED MacMURRAY
Mrs. Eunice Liberty and Manatee programs. beginning with the Sunday
I. Bannerman, chairmen of School at 9:30: a.m., morning I
the courtesy and host and, hostess I worship at 10:45: a.m. and evening I
committees have arranged for II FOR SALE . vespers at 7:30 p.m. HtSMftSHEOIHEpTENESrVICEWHINE

telephone first aid and and hospitality telegraph service booths, New 4 Bedroom I THE |

for visiting teachers and delegates

n Souvenirs and kits are bulging 2-Car Garage HomeBuilt BEAUTY on two lots, cor- I ,
with materials maps, where to I
obtain personal service, educa- in kitchen, air condition ner, desirable location, 3-
tional brochures, souvenirs from step down living. bedroom
dining room hardwood floor
businessmen and local schools, ,
etc. Mrs. Eddie Wilson is chair- with terrazzo floors, bedroom In vanitories .,
garage, 2901
oak floort. 1 iew
man of the kit committee. Prin- Other features. (
cipals of the elementary and sec- Full 'price $18,995 Down: $2,500 NW 43rd terr. Lots for sale. v
ondary schools are workIng'co-
operatively with this venture. Cor. 67th St. and 24th Ct. Cash for your lots. Baron, ,, .

George are ,spearheading Williams and the Leo traffic Albert Call JE 1.5973 JE 81340. Open 3.5 p.m. KEITH ANDES MAGGIE HAYES GENE EVANS 3g nI

and decoration committees assisted I LYNN BAR! JEFFREY STONE*ANN ROBINSON ,awuYaeua..senueu I
by Emanuel Fryar and Thomas .
Jones. All citizens are urged to NEED MONEY? AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL
oe on the alert and assist the
Basilio/ Robinson
committees in directing visitors to Then Hurry to The fight Picture

Northwestern Willis N. Murray and Mrs. Susie Jamaica Candle ShopAt AT 10:15 I

W. Francis have completed all 6664 N.W. 15th Ave. THEATRESAT.
plans for the special entertain- MIDNIGHT
ment Friday night at Bayfront Where hundred are being helped SUN., MON., TUES. STARTS WEDNESDAY
Auditorium. Invitations have been weekly from the Jamaica Blessed
placed in delegate kits and admission 011 and the leal APRIL 13 14 15
Mystery dream --- ---
I (GbsfOf
to the dance will be by o:4r
) FSTA membership card only. Roy JAMAICA SAM, Prop. VICTOR MATURE and The I'
Rolle and the FAMU Collegians Come write or Call DIANA DORS In

I will hundred render teachers musical treats. Fifteen PL 81354 Today indf "THE LONG HAUL" .Yearl ,
I are expected to
attend this affair. In addition to

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(LADY PROM CENTER HILL) NA L7S22 rrr rr'1.i rrr r.r :a

MADAM MARS Sequel to "THE ROBE"" f,

: ,If ,you I need help to overcome Bad Starring ClnemaSeopc Victory&MatureIn Color +. HOM4PIak ff f

Luck, Spellt or Evil Influence If you The Fastest Gun Alive 1 r

i .eem' 'to be crossed in Luck,'Sick in,body or mind . Starring Glenn Ford


Hat the one'you I love changed? I can tell you why ,
Let me explain higher powers to you now. I do'what !
others claim to do. RITZTHEATRE
Give. you your Lucky Days and your Lucky Num- b1t tl

bers. ,Satisfaction guaranteed.Come .
I let me'make, you Lucky'Happy and SuccessfulOpen APRIL IS 14 IS

Dairy and Sunday-Hour* ..m. to 8 p.m. MMES SSt5.4
Reading for Color and White '
BUS NO. 18 PASSES DOOR EVERY IB MINUTES Robert Mitchum Tie 6r t Stu [ 's" "

Phone... NE 4-9601-Permanently ,Located25l0 Plus t ...........t>iaea"...
"Restless Breed"Scott 1
N.W. 27th Avenue Miami, Fla. Brady IMfATtfTHE

MEMORIALS On The Stage of Modern Theatre Fri. & Sat. April 18 and 19


family of the late I The family of the late,
\ \ i it
deeply appreciative for the expressions -
of sympathy in the form
of cards, telegrams, florals, let- 4 1
ters, the use of cars and individual
gratuities extended them. Profound .
appreciation Is also extended '
Rev. Ezekiel Curry and
neighbors of Coconut Grove,, .
Richmond Heights and Liberty
City; and the Bethell Williams
Funeral Home for its wonderful
Rutledge and

Kitchen Family 1't,


family of the late,

wishes ROGENE to express MILTON our sincere . J
.4 :
gratitude to our many friends, .,, ..: ::1'.", ; \' ,
neighbors, associates and .; ;;,. .;\ jo'"
co- d '. .
\ :\.' '
workers for the courtesies ex- ;.,' \t ' "'1
tended us during our bereave- :,' 1' \. -< ,
ment. }:" ,t. :{.i .t; .

We wish to and fl __ l .. ...., .. .._
acknowledge (MBS. JOANNA SMITH "J J"' T* M "" "'I 1>M.'\\_ .:. 7'1'.Ull' MI.
thank those who sent cards, telegrams -
JOHNSON The Tropical Drama Guild proudly Wives" is the unbelieveable
florals and provided cars takes this method of thanking all,
and other expressions of sym of their kind friends, neighbors presents "Swapping Wives," another story of two couples who actually decidedto
pathy. md relatives for their expressions breath-taking, intimate drama in three exchange males. Because pf its intimate
Special thanks to the Range of sympathy during her illness acts for adults only, by the boy wonder, nature, it is not for children, therefore
Funeral members Home and the Rev. Gay, and and death. Robert Earl Sawyer, producer of "Blood persons under 16 years of age will posi-
pastor of Salter'aChapel. Thanks for your cards of con- In Mississippi," "Goodbread Alley," tively not be admitted.
The family dolence, letters, telegrams and "Railroad Front," and many other dra- There'll also be two full.length featureson

floral Special pieces.thanks to Bishop, Geo. matic hits. "Swapping Wives" will be presented the screen, "The Vampire" and "The
A. Wallace of the Church of God on the stage of the Modern Theatre 49ers. Admission is 93 cents, tax included -
IN MEMORIAMIn ')f N.W. 2nd Court and the M. S. next Friday and Saturday, April 18 and and tickets are now on sale at the

sad but loving memory of Allen Funeral Home for their 19. There'll be three performances daily, Modern Theatre and the downtown officeof
'fficient service. 3:30 6:30 and 10 the Miami' Times.
our dear mother, : : p.m.
Again thanks to everyone for
everything.Miss .
Lafronia Higgs, daughter
with Rev. Ed. I
And Family I Baptist Church ,
Graham officiating. Burial will
be conducted at Evergreen.

DEATHS Adam Maxwell of 1516 NW I Blanche CallowayProudly
152nd at., North Miami, died at
his residence on April 9. Survivors -
r -, are his widow, Beaulah, a son PresentsA
and and other relatives.
1 Range . II Chapel services will be conducted STAR STUDDED REVUEAt
on April 19.
6 ra Mrs. Carrie Miller of 1791 NW
r 74th st. died at her residence on The Popular
yt April 3. Survivors are her daughter Seniors . .
Mrs. Queen Esther King, and i
others. Chapel services were conducted I Funeral services for the late
on Tuesday, April 8 with Mrs. Diane Smith of 1836 NW JIM JAM CLUB
burial in Lincoln I 60th( st., who died Saturday,
/ 5 will be held Sunday at
Mrs. Ethel M. Smith of 934 NW Albany, Ga. Mrs. Smith was the
2nd court was pronounced deadon vicum of an automobile accident. I
1900 N.W. 75th St. Phone PL 9-8651
f ,
) arrival at Jackson Memorial survived by two sisters, a
. f Hospital on April 6. Arrange brother and other relatives. .
..... ments are incomplete pending the I FeaturingA
1k. Mrs. Classic Mac.Tut tic of 613Vi
arrival of her brother. I
John Ferguson of 1538 NW 5 at a local hospital. Funeral services -
who departed this life April 7, 153rd St., Opa Locka, died at the :.' will be held Sunday at the
1956. Gone but not forgotten. I iParavilla Convalescent Home on Second Baptist Church In Bainbridge BERT WALLACEAnd
May she rest in peace and may April 7. Survivors are a sister, I I Ga. She is survived by ;I II
light perpetual shine upon her. Mrs. Ethel Teet of Flushing, NY'' her husband, mother, three
and others. Funeral arrangementsare brothers and other relatives. His Quintetvs
Mr. Claude Whitehead,
husbandMr. at this time incomplete.Mrs. I
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary -
Clifton Whitehead, son Eliza Perry of 2338 NW I Lee Clark of 1918 NW 2nd court
Mr. Conell Whitehead, son 59th at., died at Jackson Memo- 'who died at her residence, was
A 2c| LIndsey Whitehead, son rial Hospital on April 8 following conducted Sunday, April 6 at CURT HARMONAnd
Mr. Claudel Whitehead, son her admission of three days. Valdosta, Ga. She is survived by
Mrs. Evelyn Calloway, her father, a son, three sisters
She Is survived by three IOns,
daughter I Harold and Richmond Ellis and and many other relatives. Mrs. The TOP NOTES
Mrs. Maude Reese, daughter Clark had been a resident of
Moses Perry Mr. Perry is the executive -
Mrs. Azree Hines, daughter PLUS -
secretary of the Carver Miami for the past 30 years
Bob, sisterOdessa Branch of the YMCA. Serviceswill I
Hightower, sister "Chickie Horn" "Calypso Mama"Songs
be conducted on Friday
Gertrude Peckitt, sister CarefullyJAMES'
Mr. Clifton Curvin brother April 11 at 3:30 p.m. at Mt. Zion Madam Effie of the Island

Rev. F. C. Curvin, brother ThrockbottomVickie
Mrs. Rlna Ekker,
Mrs. Emma Brown, aunt Copez Satch Robinson,

Mrs.(Mrs. Annie Maggie Bell Dixon Pecox aunt Teasing Shake Dancer Master of Ceremonies

12 GrandchildrenIN
5 & lOc STORE 0

1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
In loving memory of our dear Admission 75 cents


who passed away April 2, 1946. After Easter SALE SHOW TIME

It Is eleven. years since you left Thursday ......................,....,'. 11 p.m.
us, Friday and Saturday..... 10i30-1-3
Friends may think we have for. l/2 Prices on Dresses and Clothes Sunday.... ,................ 6130-10i30-l
gotten, Always surprise guest artists last
When Dut at they times little they know see the us smile heart for Women and Children show Saturday ereningSPECIAL

Our smiles hide all the while; .
You still live In our memory ONE WEEK ONLY NOTICE
We miss your loving smile and
Dot God hath soothed our aching 0 Amateur Show Thursday Nite
And driven away our tears; Keys Made Added Feature: Sack Contest
We know that you are st rest
In that Heavenly home above, Money Orders Sold Every Day "Who Will Look Best in a Sack?"
Asleep In Jesus peaceful rest. Monday, Thursday, Friday 7i45 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

KemDda Dames daughterMae Saturday till 9:30. p.m. Closed Sundays We cater to private, parties, organizations, clubs,

: Allen daughter churches, weddings, dances etc.CARDS .
Elizabeth Clark, daughter

Matalie and other Johnson relatives daughter Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results I



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