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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 19, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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.. : \ Williams. Gene Ilentence' I. sets The sets. TV two of ceny outside assembled officers police I I,I 13 page on Continued of Ray George Dr. ;board page on : plete.E
adUionaleciencc.and dramatics ;\.epeech y4,by; $500>$ fined was and lar- grand- for Willard C. Ben of band a Then inside. prayed ,I the of 4 Contoned,
study will she where fill next II Jti 90-day a received Brown Judge by sentenced was IHagins! and sang group the while around Episcopal the :including chairman: provisional ad-. as serving is he Currently::( com be will kick-oft the and ed

University,, Fisk enter to\ plans 't:jackpol the hit Ave. Grand gathered Negroes of crowd -Denominations Interracial, of Churches GeorgeW.,1.I1eas.Dr. ;Council the of dent among INegro' his, is which-'I' brief be will Delegates time. this$
she Miami of Mclaughlin John' 5!385. of Brown Collie but $600$ Tuesday. jail -curious: a p.m. 9 about church the Negro and Holiness God presi, national the also is who outstanding books o 10 at address' annual their deliver
Mrs. and Mr. of daughter The I tang fines drew Six day. same : ,In months six to sentenced was entered first group the When of Church the, Christ in God Church AME the of Greene ,1.-S.: than more of co-author\ or author,I will secretary executive and t.
area. ami e
> The afternoon. Thursday
-Mle the In home funeral modern a operate and own to is I offeredthe he advice" "fatherly the Pentecostal the Churches: munity in run day thrje its during tion the in economics of professor I -session. t first the oen? will ,
-ambition McLaughlin's Miss student. ,. 1367. 5.5 Sept. Co. numbers bought, who CL First said Ford Roy Capt. Police night Com- of Conference the ,Jesus conven- the address will persons and council manpower studies -Agriculture' of .Department S. U.
r Trading Ideal from taken were NW 611 of 21 Hagins Lamar prominent very of staff ; -
all-around best the voted was Thursday car patrol a in away ed Lord Our of Church, the number of director project Administration,Home Farmer's'
and average scholastic highest, whisk and church the from taken -DisciplesChristian the Jurisdiction -resources human of conservation of I -administrator Hanson H. Kermit
the maintained she where were ages ,, Central Methodist the Orthodox CONVENTIONA ADDRESS director: is Ginzberg Dr. evening.
14 to 10 daughters foot ,
-Science'Mortuary, of College Atlanta: Mos. 6 Gets Informer bare- six her and woman white ,African the Baptists other. and SPEAKERSTO OUTSTANDING Thursday "follow will speaker of questions import.answer educational and counsel current
the of graduate A Home. Funeral keynote Ginzberg. Eli Dr.
a when started trouble The Ino,Baptists National, the dMTZ BetheL Greater at held speak
the In educators
Francis at internship her I ..... .
"action. taking the AMEZ the AME The :tions be will sessions business night ocnaa UI"" cb: foremost the of some as quently
-doing now is Miami in profession I police the without God worship a- den01X11 following the of sists all and headquarters, convention I
mortician the to addition ing service. one. to allowed not you're when thing -whichcon membership of range the is which pastor Graham STRAUGHTER R. IRENE' MRS.

charm- McLaughlin Delores Miss responsible and prompt l rough a being of reputation a terrible a "It's claimed Jamison' grids very a has Council T. Edward Her. Chui Baptist
MORTICIAN GLAMOROUS neighborhoodhas the because safety church. his from worshippers Zion ML at held tie" will sessions
-dependable, effective of proof required 'worshippers' ejected the for ed White removing for Department FELLOWSHIPThe OF RANGE WIDE business day-time All torium.

bids said but ,companies various II concern were they said Police .,Police Miami the with up het is ,Christ. cafe- School Elementary Holmes

the e by submitted, figures of basis whites., St 14th NW 340, God of House f of* program world-wide the at night Wednesday 9:30: at held s

tht on solely awarded be not will I the removed later and church The in elder Jamison Russell foster to seeking in nature, like be will banquet convention The .

bids the that emphasized S< .. of '\organizations other with gram. ss"yV.
cooperate to And )(3)( goals. common pro- welcome the and sermon ,
W. Manager
County I Churchthe Negro From their of achievement the is annual the to invited is public

City. Florida and Homestead -denominations the of actions the ting The pjn. 7:30: at Bethel Greater
coordina- for center a afford To at also delivered be will sermon
In takes 6 Zone bay. the to east I program
)(2)( reform. social and legislation annual the welcome
and line county: the to west sL progressive justice economic the Preceeding pastor. Cousin 5
21st SW to st 85th from south Removed Whites Barefoot
politicaland:; nonpartisan of measures A S. Rev. Church AME Bethel
extending area the covers which racial about bring to Church ed Greater at 30&: at night day
6 and 2 zones in call collectable Unit- one as together work may Tues- on held be will convention 4
un- each for cents 50 plus $ program
a they that so Unity Christian the of welcome. The
was$6S4 bid firm Williams The two operates also who, Williams I College. Brown bondof this strengthen to measures )Going Are

City. Liberty Raphu by operated firm The Morris at held were Meetings collective: appropriate take to We' Where( Prospect )Are We yy,

;rte in one and Miami in station sections.: white chapter. hostess the was Atlanta and ,denominations member all Where( Introspect )Been We've' 4

froma calls makes attendants and several. including: County Dade of Sigma Eta meeting., rational among relations cooperative Where( Retrospect "Now" :is
of areas- principal two to service inspi- and informative enjoyable convention the of theme The
drivers ambulance of staff very a reported develop To )(1)( :fold three mainly
metropolitan provide Lewis Mrs. theme.
-Integrated An county. the for work ambulance are Churches of Council Fraternal 24. Aril;-
to week this bidder low the was timely the was "Future The National of purpose through run will and 2 22 April i
ambulance the
the all doing now The ,
,. Miami of section colored the For Hope Our Your Mobilized]' '' Tuesday this on Miami in open HANSEN H. KERMIT
is area I I I Iloin.
this in stations service ,
servicein ambulance of operators Lewis. Cheryl little by (I PURPOSE SIGNIFICANT win x I Co.( Ambulance_ Williams The i-accompanied was Lewis Mrs. Sorority. the I of Council Fraternal National the

,of Conference Regional others. several of convention annal 25th The fre- echo to expected are words
-Southeastern 18th the was occasion and Jernagin H. W. Mrs.';Chicago Slaughter's Mrs. God Almighty

bus. city a on seats rear )I II Contract The Atlanta. in holidays Easter of Carey Archibald Dr. ;NAACP of blessing and help the solicit
take to ordered were they when Ambulance the spent Sorority Rho Gamma the of Odom J. E. Dr. and : to teacher every upon Calling

city the against suit the' filed Sigma of chapter Sigma Delta Mitchell Clarence ;Ark. Rock
Matthews Gloria Mrs. and moo :Gamma for secretary Little Bates Daisy Mrs. ;Atlanta NATIONALMEET FOR School High Senior Northwestern
Car- Maggie Mrs. Fair Eleanor corresponding Lewis D. Jane Borders H. William Dr. ;Chicago READY, MIAMI at 24-26 Convention.pril\' FSTA

Mrs. Jackson Alice Mrs. 1957.1 10. GetDade Might Williams 'of Austin C. J. Dr. ;York New Annual 65th the to, guests
September effective -honored and visitors delegates the
busesdesegregated Miami to greeting a in encompassed are
ordered had Choate V ,
Judge year. last suit bus the filed I .4yd Association Teachers State ida

I. who women four the represented the since' workday first ,Monday who Martin Irving Here Meet Opens Flor- the of president Straughter
R. Irene
NAACP. the counsels'for local are on numbers large in front -concessionaire club to house club course's Mrs. of words potent
These significance.
who attorneys two same The sittingup ,"** and
began they but reported the
lease to voted has city: The implications responsibilities
p1a1ntUfs. attorneys its all
the for with
incidents no with over.
. months several not is fight the However
servedas Davis Edwin and Graves for level integrated an on Era New the of 'Challenge' the
buses ( desegregated be must course
E. G. 1956. 26 Jan. on I. humility deep and seriousness
playingprivileges denied been had five riding been had Negroes Some the that Choate Emett Judge. Churches of great with accept and task
Court. Supreme S. U. by ,
Federal decision earlier an -
tremendous their of conscious ever
The O'Dell. Jack and Cambridge,, the to appeal to money taxpayers, confirmed had Orleans New .mot" F are Florida of
Row Bethune teachers
Nathaniel Reeves "The
the and time wasting be would Courtat Appeals the month Last D y
.a Garth Ward. A. E. Dr. by they commissioners: ,, ' the told || peals. i I I
city: MARIAN By
the against filed was case attorney) city: the and decision Ap- of Court Circuit the of ruling. I.
The court. Federal ,in testimony I*Choate* upheld court The appeaL the appeal not and PaQot lam
hearing after T 1937 I 10 May tive I an filed had city: the and Wfl- Attorney City of advice the THURS. CONFAB
effect integrated' course Springs -desegregated buses the ordered already heed to Wednesday voted)<' TEACHERS'
the ordered Cboate::< Judge ago. .
had Choate Judge buses -
commissioners dO-
Miami the since play _
six Rice Joseph by
filed onMiami integration for pattern same of day was I
first the It whites.
was cult unsuccessful: An groes. the took action: course golf The hundred a than more with along
Ne- Miami by launched second FOR SLATED EDUCATORS
golf Springs TOP
the was suit golf winning The FRIDAY INTEGRATED BUSES city-; beautiful the Miami on Thursday owned

SUIT GOLF SECOND tempt. golf flayed> Negroes' Fourteen

con: for commissioners the dte segregation of elimination for city PAGESI SIXTEEN 1958 ,19 APRIL ,SATURDAY ,
timidity. or habit of force probably the t against MIAMI
will which battles bitter and long 34 No. YEAR 35th
from either rear' the from seating -immediately filed be. to expected: is suit the during Miami in stars like ,,,
still observed were Negroes many segregation. I RegionalMrs.Attends Ellis in MaUmur Not et Mtttantnr Temper
A maintain{ '* and club two won Negroes when week past *T

However Friday. on \decision te. '-.opentei. V to 'promised'1 falling were bars Segregation

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MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper Mays High Wins'


In-Around The BahamasBy 5th Straight ,

-_.---- A. H. McKENZIE Mays High Rams, 1957 state,

America's champs, successfully earned their-
Key West fifth victory against no defeatsby
Southernmost City The Honorable Alan Lennox- On April 8 two planes brought defeating Lakeshore High of
Boyd, secretary of states for the 140 Bahamian laborers from
Florida. Hundreds of others have Belle Glade by the score of 22 to
Colonies, flew from London to
Nassau on April 6 on "serious already returned home because ol 2 behind the frvir hit pitching of
business." bad conditions caused by the cold L. J. Bohler and the continuous
WEDDING BELLS I Royal 20's Plan He is quoted as saying: "] last winter.. I hitting Collier.of Harvey Cooper and
thought it would be helpful to
Miss Phyllis C+. Davis becamethe Mrs. Pearline Bannister, 49, of
out to the Bahamas and to
Cotton Dress ,BallThe come May to date has defeated Car-
bride of Edward Road died at Princess
Harris, Saturday Farrington ;
have talks with representativepersons 8-1
ver High of Delray, ; Pompano
April 5 la a ceremony performed Royal 20's Women's Club of all shades of opinionand Margaret Hospital on April 8. 7-1 and Dillard of Fort Lauder-
by Rev. Wallace H Zan- met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. to make trP my own mind on Funeral services were held Sun- dale 4-3 and 15-1.
ders, pastor of Bethel AME Eddie L. Hlllsman April 13, wden how to try to help the people of day afternoon. Survivors are her
Church. the highlight of the meeting was the Bahamas solve their problemsby husband a brother, Milton PoiI Dennis Bohler, the ace left
Mrs. Harris is the ,daughter of the planning of a Cotton Dress ourselves tier, and two sisters. Mrs. I d a hander, has pitched 2 no-hit
Mrs. Elizabeth Ravts, 318 Julia Ball. The public will be informed I I I Webb and Mrs. Florence of MIami games this season.
St. end Robert Sawyer, '816 as to its development.At I The Secretary of State, accom- and a number of other relatives -I I
Olivia St. The bridegroom is the the meeting's end a delicious panied by the Governor, visited in the Bahamas and the I. The Rams will make or try to-
con of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester repast was served by the hostess I he Southern District of Nassaun United States. make it six straight Thursday
Harris A-6 Port VUlbgp. Exten- Mr. Sylvia Hlllsman The host foot and stopped and talked | night against Northwestern.I .
sion. 'I and hotess were thanked by Mrs.E. vith people. He made several Joseph Wallace, Prince Adder- I
Nuptial music was rendered by !lights to Out Islands, which ley and Clifford Clarke will
Mrs. Bernice Gallagher organist Holton.G.. E. T., reporter hould help to reveal some of the think next time before they
for choir, No. 2 of Bethel I Information that he is seeking. jump on an older man like I
Both are graduates of Douglass I Wheatley Sweeting and beat him
High School.A CHILDREN'SHOUR A daring hold-up and robbery: into unconsciousness. On April 9
reception was held at the A Aras staged at AJbury's] Food they were fined in the court and
home of her sister Mrs. Delores Supply, Shirley Heights, April 5 ordered to pay the old man $5.60
Fisher of Fort Village. I SUCCESSTHOMAS when a clerk, James Moss, was each as compensation, with an alternative -
shot and $448 in cash taken by of three months in the
Celebrating birthdays in Aprilare three masked bandits. Big House. I 11 jOn
Mrs. Yvonne Sawyer, Mrs. :/ James W. Ingraham, 33, Elon I
Lerlean Adderley Mrs. Bernice # C:] Barr, 34, and Wilbur Sears, 31, April 3, George Bulla",
Gallagher, Miss Audrey P. Saw- were arrested and identi- Gardiner, 89, died at his home on I I A
yer, Mrs. Malinda Farrington, v .:'flit.1, "l"P.f; fied. The case is to be tried on Dean's Lane. He was a retired :
Miss Edna Kemp, Miss Helen "':'I: j, 1 April 15.David cab driver and one of the oldest h>h::>,;
Roberts, Robert Silas, Henry .' '; : members of St. Mary's Church
> "
Johnson Clifton Roberts, John ':,: : ; Rahmlng was arrestedfor and choir. He is survived by two
Appleton and Harry Johnson. '. "',; "J ; shooting his wife, Rosabellein Sons, George Jr., and Edward, mJ\
I 4 ; A ,,a, the leg at Lexington and An- and a grandson, Eugene.
SICK ,I : 'r, dros Aves on Easter Sunday. He MILDER BOURBON
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Mrs. Lillian Roberts who wasa k I ' I! formally charged in the Mag .. OUIM I
< rtr. ,<1 t was USE OUR CLASSIFIED Ktntucky Straight'Suntan Whltk I Yn.
patient at Monroe General 4 '.,,tf,', ,' ",' istrate's Court, but the case was I Pwol.eAacfcnt Kit DM.Co..fwiktat 5.f">,
Hospital, is now' at home of hersister ' '" : f ; adjourned to April 23. COLUMNS FOR RESULTSI.! .

Mrs. Kowena Finder 210 ). "t' "t','1".1!It". (I J..0........*......-*.<....<.....flflt*.tf**.r._....'.....................................................yr-r...............-..............................
Olivia St. -
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Mrs. Lorene Woods Reed, 1-G ..' '4'':\'J, ':.' <
Fort Village, Is ill at her home. " i= 11 Is 1
Friends wish her a speedy re- t, : NEW FURNISHED
covery. I
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Please pay yor paper boy when n=
he delivers your paper. It is very
important, so don't be ,a slacker. [
Thank you. IOu"n" !lce
!"is InII
The Women's Civic Club held
its ,regular meeting Monday, APARTMENTS at
g April 14 at the home of Mrs. Ro-<
ena Finder. Meeting was opened II lj ljzu !!!
with the president presiding: Mrs.
David Bain. A large number of
were present Those at- THOMAS JONES JR. I ;
members Comfortable and Modern Living I
The next meeting will be held The annual Children's Hour 'lt. 'U2II
at the home of Mrs. David Bain sponsored by the Alpha Delta
222 Eneas Lane. chanter of the National Sororityof
Phi Delta Kappa was held on ST of ifs Kind . .
DEATH 1't r: IJI'JI, April 10 at' the James E. Scott tJ

Abraham A. Mannings died at Community(Before pleased Center. teachers and II 1

Monroe General Hospital after a proud parents nursery school i I IN COCONUT GROVtoicy
short illness. Funeral serviceswas pupils rendered skits, songs and '! 3
held Sunday, April 13, from dances in keeping with the theme plc

Newman's Methodist Church with "Storyland." t,. 32O1 Rrtnrl f nrriAiDnv Avenue
Douglas __ .. .
the Rev. W. L. Hubert officiating.The The following nurseries are to lt:IIt a --oJ "1t
Key West Undertaking Co. be highly commended for such J MANAGER APARTMENT 5 i ;
was in charge of arrangements.He well presented performances.
leaves to mourn a sister Going to St. Ives, Oh W her elias l
Mrs. Agnes Beverly, two nephews My Little Dog Gone, Ran- I IIj
and two nieces. dolph Nursery. ST of ifs Kind . it
Little Brown Gal in Hawaii,
Prof. Charles Munnings of Perry's Nursery. ftp
Went. Palm Beach was in the city I Dance, Robert's Nursery. Ij 1
attending the funeral of his uncle Spanish Rhythm Band O Sole i p I IN LIBERTY CITY.
Abraham A. Munnings, 'who was. Mio, El cho clo, Scott's Day Care ,.
buried on last Sunday. No. 1.

A Visit to Storyland Booker T. !'! 1370 Northwest
"The Country Girl" Washington Nursery. alt 2 1
Dance Kavlis, Jackson's Toddle
At Maya High 1 \ I Inn. I i I
I As added attraction a group of n N
The Broadway production and Brownies from troop 481 Liberty
Academy Award winner, The City Elementary' School modeledIn I I S ELECTRIC I!:
Country Girl", will be presented their. beautiful Easter clothes. :;
by the physical education depart-I The evening was climaxed by
ment of Mays High School on the announcement of the Walking [c IKI"I'WATER IJ IJb
Monday April 21, at 8 pjn. in Doll contest winner. I
Goulds. Admission is $1.00 for This contest is one of the means'
adults, 75 cents for students. The by which the sorority rakes t1 U U I
play is dramatized by professional funds for its scholarship award GAS t 1
Broadway players and you can- The winner was Thomas JonesJr.
not affort to miss it. ., the son of Mr. and Mrs. It 1 LARGE, AIRY APARTMENTS 1 and 2 BEDROOMS TILED
Thomas Jones Sr. lie
2 >t t1t
Mrs. Tucker in Little Thomas was elated when BATH AND SHOWERS BUILT-IN IRONING BOARDS t t--. PLAY I
presented the
sponsors gift by
Recital and Mrs. Bertha Sharpe.In f t AREA PARKING-ONE RENTAL FEE PAYS FOR EVERYTHING ft t t2ti
addition a $:bO Savings Bond
FashionetteFeaturing was awarded as prize. = Reilt ;

styles for the Stylish chairman Mrs. E. of V.the McFadgon Walking Doll was lt No Deposits S Move Right In

Stouts, April 21 at the James E. committee. }1t Q
Scott 7200 _
p Community Center, -
NW 22nd ave. Barbers' :Associationto l
This is a must fur the most enJoyable Meet ixj
and cultural program of Ij AND CLEAN

the year. I The Barber Association of the ;ltd I
Models are: Mesdames Madelyn Greater Miami area will have a = Coconut Grove Liberty City
Williams, Bessie Betlnme Minnie special meeting on Sunday. April i .
M Brown GussIe Brown and Mil- 20 at 2 o'clock p.m. at the Hi-Hat 3201 Douglas Road 1370 Northwest 61st St.
dred Pinkney: narrator and ILC. Barber Shop, 926 NW 2nd ave. ; I
Mrs. Edna Miles Owens All members are requested to be f APT. 5 APT. 5 P

Admission 100. Mrs. A. L.I present.Rev. Amos Hall president I D
Johnson Is sponsor. Charles Pastor vice Pres. 1. 333ISTHE D : 3.xoxtr'r



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THE MIAMI TIMES-'Th. People ffcwtpapcr \" ,
SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1958 PAGE 3 ,/ '

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Says, "It's My Church"

i t ;0'1 (' 1 1M Ousted Pastor Shoots Up 1 :\

Church Western Style "

\ ,'* +,fjk '\ v ?'+ 11 NEW YORK Three hundred He was b'eeted for his cut arm
worshippers, including 100 child at Harlem Hospital>! then transferred '. I
N ren, were bowed in silent prayer to the prison ward of ,
in a Harlem church Sunday when I Bellevne Hospital.
'the Rev. Moody Dunning, 54,. All be would say was, "It's my I
: t !! their former pastor, entered. church." r
I ? "I'll kill everyone in the church The present pastor of the church "i
-don't anybody move" the Rev. the Rev. Nelson C. Duet, 40, said ; I\ '
Mr. Dunning shouted.lie the congregation decided thrtt : \
'4: ks s ' drew back his clerical robe, years ago to let his predecessor .II
police said, pulled out two shotguns go because of his ago and because ,:
r' .
which were suspended on he refused to make changesand "' t
twine hung around his neck and improvements that the parishioners ,:" I''
fired both, spraying the walls and wanted ',',
ceiling with shotgun pellets.
Fragments of glass cut his left ,
arm. Some members of the con- '"
gregation pounced upon him 'ii:,:
while others ran for cover. ,
An off-duty policeman, Patrol- 'r. 'I'Iit
f t ', 5, r19h K, y man Joseph Robinson, walking by
z a>2' 'Y f the Monumental Baptist Church,
took the ex-pastor into custody. I,
Police said he bad a fully loaded
.38-calitoer revolver in a pocket.
The Rev. Mr. Dunning was :,
charged with felonious assault
y 4r 1k 1 and illegal possession of weapons. ",; ,'

(;14 4&iL; I IN RECITAL .1\se ,

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Top photo shows the speakers' table at Bernyce Mack, PTA president; Mrs. Mary KMtNdqr SMtM BowfcM WtiMty I m.Ole; 1
the very successful PTA Banquet,that was F. Williams, principal; Mrs. Earlene Col- M riwtisjAttlml A*DM.Ct: ,fcinMort,.Kyj );

held in the Douglas Elementary, School son, secretary of the PTA; Dr. G. W. t
cafetorium on' Hawkins Charles Lockhart J. C. Wil .,-1. ;
April 11, are: Joy Williams, ; ..' ,
I president ,of the Student' Council; Mrs. liams, 2nd vice president, and Mrs.; ' .' ) The Tropic Drama Guild
Vera Thompson, PTA hostess;' Louis thia Bethel. Lower photo shows a section .11\'

Portlock Jr:; Mrs. Cherrye M. ,Boyer, ,former of ,the assemblage 'that fathered at the : Proudly Present

president of Douglas' PTA;, Mrs. 'banquet-Photos' by Johnson of Miami. ,
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II Douglas rl/\I Banquet. a successAn :.,,,'{-;'/- "SWAPPINGWIVES"

of the accomplishments that have ren are individual, and no scientific -
assemblage of, parents, >,*en",made. tool can accurately; measurea j
ptfpils, and 'patrons of Douglas Comparing the results of constructing child
Elementary School was a contri a school upon a strong Mrs. Bernyce Made, president,
buting factor in making our PTA foundation with the results expressed her thanks to all those
S Banquet one hundred per cent shown when character is built I who were responsible for makingthe \ Another breath-taking' Intimate
( successful. This affair was the upon similar bases, she pointedout '. affair successful.Mr. drama .In 8 acts
PTA's main project for the school that building a house can be Louis H. Portlock Jr., delivered -
I year built on previous facts and scientific the invocation, and Mr. .,
Ir i The cafetorium was transformed facts alone but must be builton Charles Lockhart delivered the -
into a symphony of flowers faith and love because child- benediction. Baldwin Hepburn tenor soloist, FOR'' ADULTS ONLY
;t and beautiful decorations of every w will appear in recital on Sunday.
;', description filled the room. April 20 at Bethany Junior By The Boy Wonder
The committee chairmen and Fine ArtaConservatory American Legion Academy, 5001 NW 25th ave. at
members are to be commendedfor JO p.m.Mr. ROBERT EARL
a well-planned affair. The Elects Officers Hepburn has appeared in i
food was delidously prepared and recital several times In this city SAWYER
attractively served. lie will do several numbers in I
1025 N.W. 2nd Av American Legion Post 03 hasreelected
The banquet preceeded by
foreign languages and will also Producer (of "CtadbrMd Alloy,"
,r a fashion show staged by a bevy Miami Florida R. L. Clark Sr. as ling spirituals arranged by Ro- "
"Blood '
In Mississippi, "RailroadFront
of beautifully dressed girls and Phone FR 4-U93 commander for the year 1966-59. land Hayes. Mr. Il'e turn will be .
,r very handsomely dressed: boys. Other officers elected were accompanied by Arthur Evans. ," and many others.
Ruth Greenfield, DirectorAn Wesley Singleton and Isaac
This Is being -
program sponsored
Joy Williams, sixth grade pupil outstanding opportunity is Black, vice commander; finance by the men of Bethany in I,
was grand in giving the occasion. offered to children 3 to 14 years officer, C. C. Miller; I. P. Davis, the Interest of the church school.
Our beloved principal, Mrs. Mary each Saturday from 1 to 4 pm. historian; E. IL Allen, service officer
F. Williams, brought greetings to Group I will meet from 2:30 to 4. ; James Cherry, chaplain, It's FRL & SAT.April
the group. Soloists for the evening ' and Alex Blackshear, sergeant at A BoyMr. .
were Miss Rebecca Johnson Children may enroll in classes arms; re-appointed adjutant, A. : and Mrs. Charles "Char*
and Harold Guinyard, whose in dance, art or dramatics. These J. Johnson. li.* Butler of 1228 NW 5th court
renditions of "I Believe," and classes are conducted by the finest 18 & 19
I Some of the projects that will are now the proud parents of I :
"Llndy Lou" were very ably pre- instructors available.For I come under Commander Clark baby boy, Charles Kevin. Mother
sented. Miss Lydia Richardson, the small monthly fee of I administration Is supporting of and baby are reported doing nicely -l I
and Mrs. .Sylvia Espy! were ac- $8.00 your child can enroll In any child's welfare, Boy Scouts Troop j I Mr. Butler is the owner and I 3 Performances Dally I
companists.Dr. and public schools oratorical cootesU. operator of Charles' Poultry and
two of the classes listed above.
G. W. Hawkins, that genial I i
Fish Market, 840 NW 16th Tarr. 3i30 p.m. 6i3010| p.m.
personality, kept the banquet Among the teachers In these j I
toastmaster for the
lively as departments are Irving Strachan,
evening. outstanding professional dancer ,
Mrs. Mallie Hunter, guest with national experience; Vera JAMES' MODERNTHEATRE S
speaker for the occasion, was Introduced Warner, graduate of the Academyof
by our very affable Dramatic Arts, New York City;
PTA hostess Mrs. Vera Thompson. and various teachers from the 5 & IOc STORE
Mrs. Hunter's brief but University of Miami.
timely message was centered I
around building upon a strong For further information please 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
foundation. She reminisced briefly call the Conservatory, FR"
and reminded those present of Saturdays only. Ruth 4-8803'1
the old Douglas school plant, and B. M., M. Mus., is director. IT WILL PAY(YOU TO!CHECK OUR Plus 2 screen features

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IM STAR MEAT MARKET wax and ,waxors, drapes, "curtains, (pots, dlahoc, glasses and

pttohors, shelf paper, table cloths bed spreads, shoots pillow ADM. 93c tax mac
cases paints plastic '

1520 N.W. 62nd Street -.- Tlcksts vn alf at Modern
: BIO SALE iON: Panties. slip, bras, nylon stockings, socks, Theatre. and downtown offlM, .f
dries materials, lacos. the Miami Times

$ THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE Hair grease, face powder, tooth. paste and brushes, combs, lip
stick soaps shaving! lUms, Mod*., Kites, Tsmpax.
0 The story of 'two ouplM wh
decided U exchange ,mats"
Neat Low Prices Persons trader 16 Dot ,
Fresh Monty Orders told ,jKvory Day 7:45 a.m. to 740 p m. admitted .
Mon. Thru M. -Til 130 'pan. SaU-Closod Sundays
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4 SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1958 cision condemning segregation or denying Negroes the Voters' League Meets

right to play golf any day they desired, instead of just Sunday in DaytonaThe

one day a week, was upheld. .
Now the Commissioners, acting upon the advice of Florida Voters' League will

T' City Attorney William Pallet, have decided to file no more Sunday meet at Bethune-Volusla April 20 at 1:30 Beach p.m.

appeals. Congratulations.This Every county is expected to send
is another victory for the NAACP and their represen ta tives.According .
Attorney G. E. Graves, to whom we offer sincerest congratulations to President Edward
] D Davis among items on the
TEMPORA MUTANTUR BT NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS The Commissioners decided to lease the club house, agenda are: various Reports counties on registration ; an-

_"The Tlm. Are_Changed And W. Are_Changed With_Them" but Mayor Robert High dissented. NAACP representatives analysis in the of the Permanent Reg-

Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue, Miami, FlorIda-Phone FR 3-2230 are happy over the victory, thus far, but will probably istration Law; a study of the
Plant at: 6740 N.W. 16th Avenue-Phone PL 46128 fight for club house privileges. proposed Florida constitution a
Over in Pensacola (the city manager finds integrateduse study of means and methods of
Entered ae Second Claea Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Poet Office tat out well. intensifying our voters registra-
of the city's municipal golf working
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 course tion drive in Florida, and suggestions -
This course was opened to Negroes only after being order on strengthening our
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association ed to do so by the Federal Court. State Voters' organization.
Member of the Associated Negro Press Would it not be a good thing if some of the privi- Leaders are asked to take along
in their
H. B. SIOISMUND REEVES, Editor leges which the State knows should not be denied Negroes the counties.registration figures
GARTH C. REEVES, AeeoolaU Editor and Business' Manager be given them without their having'to fight for them in

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: the courts? I Top Educators

$1.60 I----U- - - - - - - - UTTU --- Meet ThursdayContinued

THE NEGRO Plisse bet>>v.. that America can best lead the world JUST BROWSN'PAUL /
from raolal, and national' ntaglonlama when It accords to every man viser to the Secretary of Labor
regardleaa of race, $olor of creed, his,human and legal rights. Hatingno and the Department of the Army.

man, fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man i -- R. HENRY AWARDS NIGHT THURSDAYMrs.

In the firm belief that ill men are hurt as long as anyone le held back. 1. . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 . . . . .
I E. W. Sharp, secretary of
Mahalia Jackson the renowned Bishop Louttit does not believe in research FSTA will present
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKTHE Gospel singer who is heard on segregating his convention, neither awards at ,the first evening assembly -
Paramount's "St. Louis Blues", did he want to embarras any Thursday. Special citations -
NAACP WINS easily could be one of the richest I of Sanford'a city officials so he will be given to a retired
entertainers in the world, but she did the logical thing, change the principal, supervisor and teacher
Last Friday the Fifth Court of Appeals] in New Or- prefers the status and moderate place of meeting Amen. I I for outstanding service to the
leans upheld the decision of United States District Judge comforts that come from singing - profession.
Emott "God's Music." I I I "Race Relations in the South"
C. Choaito handed down in Miami last August. '
I I A tornado with wiuJs as highas
Miss Jackson's immense will be the subject discussed by
The case was brought against the City of Miami by repo- 70 miles an hour struck Fort Patrick Friday
toire is in Dr. Rembert W. ,
unique that it Is con-
Mrs. Alice Jackson, Mrs. Maggie Gannon, Mrs. Gloria fined to spiritual songs and Pierce on Tuesday injuring six morning. Dr. Patrick is professorof
Matthews and Mrs. Eleanor] Fair, after they*had been de hymns of which she sings sever- light persons poles and and blowing doing considerable down trees history, University of Florida.Dr. .
nied the right of riding in unsegregated seats on the bus. al In "St. Louis Blues" the dra- damage to buildings. H. Franklin Williams' vice
Their counsel was, Gnvtton E. Graves, attorney for matized life story of Composer I president, University of Miami,
the National Association for the Advancement of Colored W. C. Handy who wrote sacred I I will !Abe the speaker for' Friday
evening. Special greetings
People of which. the Rev. Theodore Gibson is local presi music as well as Jazz tunes. remarks will be in a d e by Dr
dent. I!An elaborately hand-carved J Charles W. Orr, president, American -
The ruling of the Fifth Court was hardly, news, because .'I brass tray four feet long, has MUSICMUSIC Teachers Association.
the general public knew that Judge !Cht5>at6's 'de i been presented to President MEALS SERVED
cision would bo upheld. Eisenhower by Fauzi Naas an
artist of. Tripoli, Libya. The Inscription Miss Edwina Scavella and Mrs.
The city authorities appealed as a matter of form. We reads: "To Dwight D.:I t Theresa L. Perry meals committee -
don't know just how much that appeal cost the taxpayers. Eisenhower for having ,fulfilled chairman and co-chairman,
However, wo are pleased to know that although the city his great Inspiration to render i respectively, are working in cooperation -
could make a further futile appeal to the Supreme Court significant service to his fellowman MUSIC I with Mrs. Cleo Moore,
and cause further delay] they have used better judge In peace.and"his country, in war and cafeteria manager of Northwestern -
I to serve meals for all dele-
ment and accepted their defeat. The presentation was made by with Tee Jay, I gates and visitors.

Naturally, the NAACP is pleased with another vic- Claude A. Barnett, director of ....---......-.--....--.....-- --- .__.__. .
the Associated Negro Press. I Rockin' Rogers ,
tory.We While the idea of the gift was .,
cannot afford to fight for our rights as individuals j
that of Fauzi Naas
Bar-I & Louise GriffinThere's
and rights are not being passed around on a silver nett emphasized that it was ,
platter. "neither governmental nor po.-j A
The NAACP Is the mainstay and champion of the litical. The spirit behind it is one l+
Negro's rights whether you admit it or not. which I believe can be regarded gV
as representative of the masses. Music
Segregation on buses In Miami is over. All taxpayerscan In making the presentation at I'
now ride, or rather sit where they please. That's good. the White House Barnett POint. Aplenty . on
But we want to give a little bit of advice to bus riders, and ed out that the real significanceof

this goes even if there were still segregation on buses. of the the gift general was feeling Its symbolization which the

Liston! You pay for your ride, so do other people, so bea people of North Africa have to- 1220
little considerate. Too much loud talking goes on in \\" President.The I

some of our buses. Remember, other riders have no interest ANP executive had occasion
in your private business. Then, too, please observe the to visit Naas' shop while ON YOUR DIAL

law about smoking on buses. Some people don't smoke, touring Nixon's that area party with last Vice PresIdent

and they certainly don't like smoke being. blown in their year.
____ "" ...... .... \,... thou.......1..00 ......."" "' 1... It The President said Nats' tribute -
.ClVV&t: These WIAJ. >D are one **j o--"-- r''- -r'"-
was the
one finest he has
docs not make you a BIG FELLOW because you take a ever received from a foreign
chance and smoke on the bus. Now you know that is not citizen. Others attending the presentation -

necessary.We were Appointment
think it will be a good idea for our ministers to eric Secretary Stephens and E. Fred-
Marrow executive
remind our folk about these things just at this time. It will the President. Some 20 aide photographer to- WILLIAM H. JACKSON

,be good, too, for our clubs and lodges to talk about these and newsreel men were Radio Miami I William H. Jackson first vice
: permitted to take pictures after president of the Florida State
I things.Language on some of our streets is not fit to hear. the presentation. MORE PLATTER I Teachers Association will assume

: .While we have such people not only among Negroes, this Florida's-Political- Survey LESS CHATTER I the duties at of the president close of of the the 65th Association -

\ is an appeal especially to Negroes who are guilty of such shows that U. S. Senator Spenard> ALL DAY LONG! session. Mr. Jackson is principalof
acts, to try and improve conditions. Swearing does not Holland and former Senator the Howard High School,
I make a man a more Important'being; it rather hurts him. tight Claude comes Pepper September.will be September in the Ocala.

Another thing: Whatever your station in life, remem- primary will see 950,000I
ber appearance means much. All of us are not white collar Democrats voting. Dade County THE PUBLIC
workers, but all are Important. The laborer or street has 296,000 Democrats. Tea men!
sweeper is as necessary as the teacher, lawyer or doctor. are I960, being governor'talked race about far the: The Dedication .of The New ,

Here is the point we want to make: Let's go to our
The first bulletin
of 1958 believes
work well groomed, not necessarily dressed up, but neat Claude Pepper poll a lotJ
and clean, and let's return the same way. Take along your of votes but since Holland has Sanctuary Building
overalls or other work clothes. Your employer should pro been a good Senator he will be
vide some place for you to make a change when you hard to beat. Pepper Is strong inEscambia

knock offs) If you find you are unable to change, don'tcOD..Clder borough, Duval West, Monroe Florida., HiH-Leon: ATEvergreen
It a 'matter of segregation, .take a back seat on and Dade Counties The candidate
the bus. carrying six of the 10 big
Another thing: Stop eating peanuts and throwing the counties 11V* Dade Palm Heart, MemorialPARK
UUlst orough.
> Orange and!
shells on the floor of the bus. Shat's kids' stuff, and you Duval will probably be your m\n.
should even teach your kids better. Republican Congressman Bill
Remember! With integration there goes certain cor Cramer of St. Petersburg should
responding responsibilities. Act well part. be elected easily.
your ,3065.N-W. 41st Street

Next week. April 22-34; Els-

GOLF COURSE INTEGRATED copalians in the Diocese of Souti SUNDAY, APRIL 27 3:30 P.M.
Florida of which the Rt. Rev
for our City Commissioners They have rightly refused tHere Henry I. Louttit DD, Is bishop
will assemble at Orlando for tb Rev. Edward T. Graham
a goes a word of praise, if we may rail it that t. Diocesan 36th Annual Conv nlion. .
make any further appeal in the bus segregation; case. Not The convention' was chang Pastor of ML Zion Baptist Church
only that they hare decided not to go any further with ed from the city of Sanford because Will
tho golf segregation case which was heard by Judge Negroes are participants ix Dedicate The New Building
Emett Choate and decided in favor of the Negro- rttln this convention and the dty of:: Refreshments
Sanford did not seem to tx will be served Your Inspection InntedPAGE
tiffs. This case was a1ao Orleans to the Fifth Circuit ready to give the name treataoen
Court of Appeals In New and Judge Choate's de to them as other delegates.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-The Peopled' 1a mpapev"

State Teachers Sections, I SATURDAY APRIL 19, 1958 'PAGE I !S: i ri

I I All old student are welcoming
must say that summer la an new, rtudents to Sunlight 1
Departments List Activities here. The past few days were Here's hoping your stay will be
very hot, but here's hoping well most educational and enjoyable.
make it.Graduation 'I B. I* Garland, reporter
time is almost
By MARIAN SHANNON to explore the FSTA theme. b\.1 \ here and students are visiting various I
Thirty departments and sectionsof 1 I Special consultants for the social I' \0", \,' shops, meeting new people,
FSTA will studies section treat four problemareas ; /. j.- and learning quite a bit. Thereare
assemble in
group : (1) Science and social $ A In
from 10 a.m. to 12 .. new shops opening your
noon and from
1 P-m. to 4 studies. ((2)) Preparing the student vicinity so why not visit them. I 1
pan Friday. i' for: college in social studies. it ,
Secondary principals will at I' (3)) Methods, materials and cur- yp The class Is very glad to hear
tach the theme from the standpoint . ciculum changes. and (4) Guidance that Miss Jones is recperating.
of" "promoting professional and evaluation. The preschool Hope she'll be back with us soon.
growth; Dr. Ellsworth Tompkins, education section will tour Mrs. Ccasor was out also. Gladto
associate secretary for Adminis I the nursery schools and kinder- have her back. She was really
tration of National Association of gartens of Miami and see a demonstration -I missed.
Secondary Principals win speak of "number concepts" Students of the week for best
to the group. Highlights of the by Mrs. Gloria W Cant. j I p rV appearance was Miss Martha
NASSP meeting in Indianapoliswill Simmons Congratulations Miss
be brought to the group by Resource persons for the sec Simmons, you deserve the honor,
Principal Charles L. Williams of tional 'and departmental meetingswill 1 1t
Miami W. E. Combs, specialist in include: L. J. Washington, Mrs. Julius left last week to
'secondary education, State Department agricuturist, Farmers' Home Administration attend the Ingrad School of Hair
I of Florida will also be USDA; G. W. Con- : Design in New York where she'll tartuokyS Ytt.Old)
a program participant. Principalswill oly, national adviser, NFA; John undergo training. Florida State Mfroo. AadaatMDkLLCFra n n1/ .
meet in the Dorsey: Junior Daniels, J. A. Lawson, S. D. law requires that all instructors
High School Library I Spady, G. P. Van Meter, J. N. 1 it4 attend school every other year to .
The department of higher education Taylor, Joe H. Elkins Jr. W. J. keep abreast of time in the mod- Drive Carefully
will consider the balanced Fluitt, P. W, Butler, A. S. Parks, em phase of beauty and educa-
curriculum," while FSTA J. W. Riley, Henry McMicetos, ..... v .____
supervisors have chosen "Improv James M. Simmons and H. A. DR. GILBERT L. PORTER
ing competencies in leadership. Thompson. . Executive Sec'y
D. E. Williams will be special D8TINQUI8MED I OUTDOOR LOVERS ;
guest. Dr. Lucy ,Rose Adams of AUTHORTO ''Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, servinghis
.FAMU will serve in a dual capacity SPEAK sixth year as executive secretary ENJOY CAREFREE
of consultant to the busi- Jean Lee Latham. author of the of FSTA, has expressed a .
ness education and school secre- 1966 Newberry Medal book. desire to have all FTtA. members
tary groups. Teachers of excep- Carry on Mr. Bodwltch, will address in local high schools and visiting / 1 .
tional children will hear Dr. the librarians of the state FTA attend a special organization -

___. ______ __..__ ___ ___u....______.. Friday, April 25 at 2 p.m. in meeting Friday 1 p.m. to 4 '
Holmes Elementary School. Librarians p.m. Mrs. Lillian Williams, chair- \
teachers of English, ai man of the section, has stated
well : that SNEA (college student
as elementary teachers,
should not miss this opportunity teachers) will also be Included. with DOLSUM :; }
Miss Latham Is a specialist In fic- Classroom teachers will be organized
w lionized biography for children. under the direction of became they can count
i. + II Her other recent books Include: Mrs. Margaret Stevenson, executive -
This Dear Bought Land and OnStage I secretary of the NEA class I on Holtum Premium
r Mr. Jefferson, just off the room teachers department.

press April >IS. .I I NEW FEATURE Quality* Bread lor quick,

A dinner meeting for the ATA )
members ha been let by S. W. s energising,
MONROE MUSIC HOUSE Curtis, coordinator of the AT/ td meals.
membership drive In Florida. A .
I Everything in Gospel, Music.Everything press section to( discus possibilitiesof WoIIgbabncect
t rv' ++ for the church. Also the high school,, Press ,
church furniture, Baptist standard Workshop and the recently organ
hymnala, AME hymnal 242 ized 1PA making a contribution ha .,, LruM" ..."..., ;
1 Y r. NW 8th st, apt. 5. FR 38493. toward better high school: publi- wNnrw 411IMqNN
cations has been set up by Chas
w J. Smith, III of FAMU. Mr Smith
Drive Carefully! U the workshop director

d 4d l
OBBA NEWSThe j ed by Mrs. Blllie Pitts, Miami r
DR. WILLIAM N. JACKSON I Chapter No. 42.Introducing .

Harley Smith of Lafayette Parish Sunlight Beauty School at a new feature will
,, School, Lafayette La., and Dr loll NW 2nd ave. is headquarters be the chosen Twenty-five Ban-
Robert Gates from the Florida for the national convention quet honoring outstanding members +
', State Department of Education planning committee. The chair- of the organization. Mrs. I
$ will speak on "The State of FlorIda man, Mr. D. A. Julius, reports Florence All of Pompano, chair- J
in the Future..' progress in making this 1958 man. Each morning of the session SERVE Bollam
Improving guidance services convention In the Magic City J. L. Davis of Sanford, state IT WITH Broad
1 will be considered by deans and July 27 thru August 7 truly the parliamentarian, will give hints > ..
counselors. Dr. A. A. Abraham, greatest in history. on parliamentary procedure. It Is
, director of testing service bureau hoped this will be the most
Announced from the office of
memorable in the history of the
FAMU will speak to this group.
the state president, Mrs. A. S.
'a J. Minor of FAMU OBBA.
Mrs. Bertha
ol Waldon West Palm Beach, that Yours truly
Messer of University .
and Sam
J J Miami will serve as consultants Educationand annual the guest convention of honor of of the the Orange 21st Bertha H. Perry *t LAST CHANCE TO SEE AND HEAR

to the Health, Physical Blossom Beauticians Association
Recreation department.Other to( be held In St. Petersburg May
outstanding consultants 18 thru May 22 will be Mrs. Practical Nurses B. B. KINGAND
Include Dr. William H. Brown, Katie Wlckham, national president
research bureau North Carolina of the Deauty Culturiita To MeetAll
College at Durham; Dr. J. R. league, Inc., New Orleans. The
SkretUng FST; Dr. John W. I OBBA will extend every courtesydue Practical Nurses are Invit- HIS GREAT' BAND
Davis PhelpsStokesZoo; Dr. such an esteemed guest. ed to Join the L. P. N. Club. A '
SameJla Lewis Dr. M. O. Alston, Highlights of the convention will meeting will be held at St. James I I
Dr. Arthur Teete, Dr. Annabelle be the Hair Style Show, where AME Church, 1859 NW 69th St.. FRI., SAT., SUN, APRIL .-19 '. 20
Spaun, Dean M. S. Thomas, aside from hair styles will be April 25 at 8 p.m. For information
j FAMU; Harry L. Alston, S. E. shown the latest in hats design- Phone PI 9-3377, Mrs. M. Bullard.
RusselL N. R. Nichols Harold SUNDAY MATINEE 5:30 p.m.-2 a.m.
Jenkins and Dr. G. T. Wiggins. .

Retired teachers will meet ,
Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in the
Liberty City Elementary School'
Dr. Richard V. Moore, Presidentof NAPPY BROWN '
Bethune-Cookman College will 1
Introduce their speaker! Dr.James i
president of Clark .
P. Brawley
College Atlanta. Mrs. Minnie M.I, -

: T.Cave Goodman Is the In charge Mrs.of Dens local 'h Bud Bascomb And His Band

sarnn.lernents.p .
Other sections scheduled to SWEETHEART NIGHT EVERY MONDAY
.meet are: Adult Education, Mr.
Cherry chairman; art Showtime
:- '' 9t30.12s00ADMISSION
: Driver'
:S-'L. A.. Dominis, chairman Fletcher, A.
a Dd Safety Education
Paschal. ca-chairman; English, 75 Cent
,-, 'CSeech. Drama, Mrs. Maurice Y.

i e the Broxn ter "speech will presiding.speak) correction to Mrs.this Laura group program"Sut-Dr on THE PALMSHALLANDALE

I .:nd tu future In Florida. 4FMIM
.' '''''''''' ---
William N. Jackson, TennesseeNashville /-c:1- """""" ''' t

'Ondal') education, will Mercedes A. Stephen,recently bought the two- I
A&I consultant Uunlversity to ,the mathematks bedroom, one bath CBS home at 1400 NW 67th St for liPia. ( l
be science sedlun. Home economicS. $12,000. The transaction waa handled by Mr. Stanford L.

and vocational agriculture Bennett, associate of Ramagli Realty Co. and the teller I

and iaw eve tecl1lncal let effective association topics was J. L. Kimbro. .' ,>

MIAMI TIMES liThe Peoples' Newspaper" I I

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1958 7 ..71.4In

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Along Freedom's Road, w 11 !. N M z.


_ _ _ _u_ u_ _ _ _ _ _ _

Another milestone has been read these men were a portionof
passed In the fight for freedom in the new riot squad of the Miami
the Miami area. The ruling of a police. Reading further, I
federal appeals' court, upholdinga found out that they were being
ban on segregated seating In, especially trained to put down
Miami was recefved here last Fri riots, especially race riots. ''I will
day The City of Miami may appeal admit that the sight of these "
to the U. S. Supreme Court men holding their guns made a
in a last ditch effort to prevent cold chill run down my spine. I I
Integration in bus seating.. But it
is a foregone conclusion that the The first thought that came to
city will again lose an appeal if my mind was this: When will
it decides people stop using force to solve ,. ,. .,. .
to make one. While the 1 city attorney, William L. Pallot their problems? There Is no doubtat several modern
said that the matter of the appeal all that much planning went WORK PROGRESSES ON PARKShownIn Park, will be equipped
is a policy decision .for the commissioners Into the formation and trainingof lower photo are James W. Hilton, di- clay tennis courts, basketball courts,
,. he made the comment this riot squad. How much bet rector of the Department of Public Welfare a footb/all/ field, a cinder track field, a
that "he was of the opinion that ter if this same planning and of the City of Miami; James W. baseball diamond, a band shell, bleachers

the another city will not" be successful in a training community could project be channelled, and throughits Into High, city commissioner, land Elliott J. field benches, a field house, where portable

appeal. leaders try to solve,the problems Pieze, Times staff writer and WMBM news equipment be stored and a num-
RIDE WHERE YOU WISH I I of the community, whether I commentator looking over the architec- ber of other modern playground features.

It is racial or otherwise, by peaceful)I tural drawing of the plans for the new The swimming pool is already a feature,
now up to Negro bus rIce19 !- cooperation and conference. All I
to take matters into,their own too often In the past In the South and expanded Dixie Park, and surveyingthe which was recently repaired and is now
hands attd sit where they 'wish on has the so-called "race problem" work being done in the building of operating daily
Miami buses. While it is to be been left to the tender mercies of I I the park. Mr. Hilton announced that the baseball
expected that there will be a' prejudiced sheriffs and law en- Upper photo shows a portion of the diamond will be ready for play this Sat-.
great rush for the front of the forcement officers. Through the ,
other in .
trucks and equipment being used urday.
buses it is
hoped that there will years this has solved nothing but
that the
be the work. Mr. Hilton (also announced
a gradual Integration in bus bred more problems and bitter-
seating. Negroes,i havp the legal I ness. Largely through the efforts of Commissioner block on NW 4th Ave. between 12th and
right to sit;any place they chooseon High, the work on the park-which 13th streets will be closed to traffic and
buses, but< the habit of ;years of THE TIME 'IS NOW began several weeks ago, but was suddenly the entire area from 3rd court to 5th ave.

segregation at' Custom hard to is overcomeall a strong I' We of the South, Negro and stopped for about three weeks was will comprise the park. The park will be

force and a' change in the status White, must of necessity, solve resumed on Friday, >and the commissioner completely fenced-in, and when complete
quo will not come at once. The our problems around the confer- announced that the work will not stop ed will mark a major step forward In the
NAACP is. fighting' each day, to ence table. This is not only the ajrflfn until 'the park Is completed. recreational facilities in this section.
remove the legal barriers segregating civilized way, It Is the only way. When Photos Johnson of Miami.
Negroes from other American Perhaps it is easier to hit a per- completed, the expanded Dixie by
son to get your point across, or
citizens. When these barriersare ----- --- --- -
''It he does
something different
removed the responsibility
falls squarely upon Negroes to from what you think he should
move forward into first class cit- do. This, however, is an infantile \
and Ignorant method to use in .1\
resolving any differences betweenyou
MAM I BRANCH. MEETINGThe and else ] ()TB .
someone who .
1432 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-9205
Miami Branch of the not think as you do. It is the :
,j. NAACP will hold Its, regular adult and mature way to use ,A'CttE, (Corner N.W. 3rd Ave. &: 14th Terr.)

day membership night, April meeting 24 at on the.Thurs-Afro- your head of to fist solve problems Instead :: r (;, : : Specializing in Bar-B-Que Ribs and Chicken
American We Insurance Co., 840 your a gun, a burn-
NW 3rd a ve. The meeting will' ing cross or an inflamed lynchingmob. ,ORA-JEL : Catering to Parties Banquets Clubs, etc.
begin at 830. arut'air members The South has not yet ; ;
f are urged to attend. Reports will learned this lesson. I
be made on the progress of the'
Miami Branch's membership: Delivery Service Day or Night
drive, which began April I and I Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,

will continue through June !5.1 Guaranteed .................................. $4.75 Jack Richardson Manager"A
There briefing,sessions have already ,

been held with the officers Late Records ........................ 4 for $1.00
of the Miami branch and the:
membership drive workers In' Class Rings, .Luggage, Watches, Radios

Richmond Heights, 'Coconut .: Guaranteed Watches ........ from $8.95
Grove; South Miami' and the
downtownareas sof, Miami.I I DAVID JEWELERS Living Service for the LiTing"

Several big events are being 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
planned for the coming months. Range Funeral HomeOSCAR
Vlth speakers of national. reputa
..... ..
tion. It is no longer a hopelesss ..
dream to think of beng ream AND ATHALIE RANGE Owners.
free by63. A membership in the ; c uo yy.
NAACP will do much to make PHONES PL 4-7468 PL 1.1331
the dream
a reality.

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jfj s irk Like Pennant: .' Contenders I SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1958 ,PAGE 7

The Miami Marlins look liki
one of the finest teams this yea I 12 MIAMIANS Miami students making Ifc
,j in the International League. The< honor roll wore: Karl Allen CM-
pitching has been more thai MAKE FAMU roll Bochartan Norman Carey
,Around ;MiamI great as the Marlins breeze< Grace Seals, Betty Button, Myrtls
" . through the spring training season HONOR ROLL Williams, Mary Clarke, Maxwell
compiling the finest record 1D TALLAJHIASSEE Of the 100 dark, Wiry Gilbert, Joseph
By DAVE (M,. Swing) BONDU the minor leagues. Too those old students making the honor roll at Pieze, Geraldine nolle and Lillie
standbys from the 1957 team, LeRoy Florida A and M University during '' Robinson.
Satchel Paige and Henry Ma I the first semester of the 1857-
stick of dynamite couldn't have I son, have looked like this will be< 58 school term, four seniors madean KEEP iiAm ...0.C9 .
A0.'Lt 11'Ie 'I t" gotten him loose, after we get ofl the big year for them to help the all "A" average of four points *C
broke loose a 1 stage, the piano player told him I Marlins toward the Internationa i Registrar E M. Thorpe announced 'tI
the P.alml i that he was wrong to butt into League pennant. that Ethel Edmonds .W4lSjMAttTMWA VSMBefik
Thursday a i t < an argument between a man and I I Satch, of course, will be the Tampa; Clarence Griffin, Pensa- --. SJfcoJft...Mm. BM 4MMs.SjtMMM.-RMM..VJ.
when the Queer: ,his wife. That's when King "firearm" for the Marlins, coming cola; Savannah Hooks, Leesburg, mfc ==,m .rM
and 'her spouse squared off and hit the cat. When in as a relief pitcher whet and Mrs. Letha lies, Lake Wales Spll.MN1.+... esfR'
Eddie Chamblee the cops came, one little cat pulled somebody needs to be rescued made four points. >". "'l
got into the big. his blackjack; and told me to from a hot spot. Satch will star "Students taking at least 12 semester -
gest tin of 1&5J!1 )keep my mouth shut or he'd occasslonally, but mainly be confined hours with an average of
. .withXI I n'J i 1j knock my choppers out, 'after we to the bull pen, ready to< 3.30 are eligible; for the honor,"
Coleman, "WMI j got outside I tried to get my car come in and put out the fin said Mr Thorpe.
M disc Jockey started and found that somebody against the opposing team
referee and protector, "The Queer I had pulled the distributor cap ----
Henry Mason, a youngster front
as everybody knows, is TMnal' loose, then Dinah and KIna
Washington. As I get it,'there art drove up and started to mesa' Missouri, looks like he's ready. to In Fine WhislteyFLEISCHMAN1NFS
many verisons, and I'll relate with me again saying I was tired,,,: fulfill all the expectations thai
them to you: and ,that the bass player and pi have followed him since his entry
and player were also throughMan into professional baseball : .
First version by Mildred Hodg she even slapped our Mason is 26 years old, and ever
. TIM thing the *Bi* }. M: lour times, at the same voc.aust. six feet tall and weighs 175. H
to me is, "honey, did you hear piano player was so mad throws and bats right handed
that Miss D turned out the he wanted a piece of King. Hand < Henry had just a so-so lessor
Palms?" She and Eddie started & King started to fight again I I last year, 4 won and 5 lost and IS THE BUY
fight on the Mage and Miss D wi and King: thru a round robin that I toward the end of the season hi
so mad she picked up Eddie's! axe< was .a pistol and then kicked hell was going great guns 1958 migh
(saxapbone) and chuncked it or out of the boy. The cops told me II be the year for Henry Mason to
the floor. Meanwhile the King ia and jny men to get in his car and reach stardom and if the fani
trying to make peace and the piano lM.d takeII back to Miami will be on his side and in the
I man butt in to tell King he 'cause we had no win, in fact! stands rooting for him, everyone k
ain't got no business interferrlnj that little cop wants to kill you I connected with the Marlins feel .
with a man and his wife, and 10 anyway. Yean, man, my wife tried that he can't miss being a winner -
And behold King I and the' plan to have 'me done in but that's .

man squared off and got into It. I alright, I'm cutting out for Chi- Chuck Harmon a new additloz
va&o tomorrow (Sat.) I had M
Version No. 2 from James Higga. borrow train fare from Dinah. to the Marlins' roster is a former -
As I see It, Mr. Chamblee refusedto Well, that's my side of It. I guess major leaguer, seeing service ,
with the Cincinnati Reds and
play the last number tor Di :
\ I had better cut out now.
nah and that's what set off the the St. Louis Cardinals He was

fuse. About that time, they started Well folks, that's the story. you purchased this year to lend bat
to push one another around decide ,who was..right or wrongAs ng strength' to the Marlins out-
Then Dinah blew her top. In mj for me only write it as lilt deld. Iflarmon can also fill in a''
opinion, Eddie was wrong. it. Both Dinah and Eddie are personal first base in case the rookie Fret
friends of'mine and I can't fails to live up to hi)
Then version No. 3 came front any personal opinion. spring performancejHarmon is i.
King Coleman who sez to me However, for the record, Eddie terrific ball player and is lookec
"Dare believe me, that was a sez he didn't run Dinah around upon to be of great help to tht
mess. Eddie starts to argue with the hotel 'with nothing on but her local team this season.
Dinah on the stage and I telli and
him to cool It because that aln'l' brassier panUes. Fans always see great basebal
no place to have a spat, then the at Miami Stadium with the Miami -
piano man tells me that I alnl d:16..M. Mr*. Bendu pleki Marlins. This is the year for itttNOI3 1NMIIlf04"'I
got no business interferrlng with son's saxaphone to take it the Marlins . and, fans are
their squabbling, and I tells him,, up to school our for him as she usually urged to get out to the park a:
'man this is my gig every week, does, and as she was walking out often as possible. Tickets on salt
and if anybody's gonna be a the door,. asked her where she dally at Miami Stadium or make
clown, it's gonna be me.' And was gigging that night to 'whlch reservations by calling N.EMonS&e5
one word led to another and thil at ,
she replied, "Oh, I'm working
turkey squares off at me and before the Palms tonight . they aint
he could say Jackie RobinsonI got no taX man." . Now that $2.93 Pint
hung him in his eye . by that the NAACP has made it possiblefor I'll tell you like it is, and believeme
time the Joint is loaded with cops, you to tit any place on the bus that's the way it is . up to
After that, we are gettin in my you don't have to be afraid of this point, I still say live life, 90 PROOF is WHY!
and Dinah is still pitchingone
car being locked up by the police. It every golden minute of It.
. well you know what . is now lawful for you to sit any ,
and the piano man is still mad place you choose . Sigma Alpha Proof -as compared
Fldyhmann's more
and wants to tee off again, to I Only
hung him with a right that shook Chapter Omega Psi dance Phi fraternity WHY BE SICK? ',wtth all other leading bloods Fare: only '16 fr ot.
him like Robinson shook Baiilio,, presents a cabaret -nun-I FkUchmaoa'i 90 Proof means more flavor_mot*enjoyment
day, April TA at the Jim . examination' ef Personal All. nfidne
your -
and the cops are back again . M.C. ,-more satisfaction. And- wrprMaf
Satch Robinson, the dynamic examination' of Mart,
mint plus smoothness ten that you're
take Dinah home. and ptdD-
and tell me to exceptional you
is still J killin' the Customers. at the stomach (liver .pall blad*
( lungs,. Fkfecbmaniftoffers
Back at the hotel Dinah asks me YMCA the highest, quality In every why
Jim Jam Support your der rectal prostate nerve reflexes
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stick around to see that thdon't so much: moro than whiskey In America
to you need it and it needs you . .: blood' pressure and url'. you any ;
. at 530 a.m.-I'm
dead get asleep burt in the lobby of the Policeman of the Week Girl: Rudy of the.. nalyolo. Including' .....y as Indicated ' MENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 15% GRAIN NEUTIAL SPIRITS
Brown . Pretty I consultation. Clip and
Week:,Arlint Crooms . Doctor bring this adlTrestmente!
bad finally won a fight. of the Week: Edwin Shirley . .I for blood, akin or

The final version comes from Det. Shellman has more merits to urinary' dloease pile, rectal,
Eddie Chamblee: He sea, "my wife his credit than any other policeman -I itomach trouble, prostate gland
wanted to do me in. It started on the entire police force . .1 trouble, backache, rheumatism,
when Dinah was calling out her I dont know if the article: II norvousnooo low vitality, ulcer,
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- HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS[ ] wish to express my sincere The Miami Chapter of the
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THE,MIAMI TIMES-"The People r-reWIPa: I NORTH DADE JR. SR. stay at Mercy Hospital. Also for April 24 beginning at 9 p.m. at

. e--1 I the many cards, flowers, donations I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger
PAGE 8 : SATURDAY, APRIL 19 Amid lavish, well planned and and phone calls received 4825 NW 31st Ave. an
beautifully executed pomp and while recuperating at home.
.. circumstances, Betty Clark, who Thanks to all. Brownsville. The public is invited.
BETHUNE ELEMENTARYThe DUNBAR I won the title of Miss North Henry Arrington is president and
ELEMENTARY Dade, ascended the stairs to bet Mrs. Learline Edythe E. N. Taylor is chairman of the
royal throne and smilingly beheld 129 Florida Avenue
second graders rfM tt again. An hour-long Record Hop was .
They won the annual PTA Tal1 1 thoroughly enjoyed by the Upper! her subjects as they serenaded Coconut Grove party.RUMMAGE .

ent show for the second time. elementary grade pupils at Dun- her with songs and danc( I . . .. .- ,-. ;.. .!li ---" ,.".." -it." 'c.
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This :year the Talent Show was I bar on last Monday afternoon I ing. The queen's court composed .. Jib, .: .'I."t ,"i", r.jl.:( i'.1- . -.' .. !f ,

headed by Mrs. Zelma Black, who i from 3 to 4 p.m. The affair was those students that participated
worked very hard' te make the 1 held In the cafeteria and was in the nominating and the can- SALEDresses
show a success. The theme of the sponsored by the PA Activities didates for the offices of presi-
show'was "Rhythm of Today and Committee. Refreshments were dent and vice president of the

Yesterday" The second graders provided by the Sunshine Com Student Council and Miss North Shoes Gifts Household
Dade the modern dance
won with their beautiful rendi mittee, Mrs. C. B. Knight, chair- group
tion of "The Charleston and the man, and the Social Committee, and the royal court songsters.held The Goods Novelties Many Other Items
coronation wan
Hop. Mrs. H. S. Edwards chairman.
during the school day Friday. Invitations -
Anita Meares of Bin.: James
sixth grade class represented our On Monday morning, a recap to attend the coronation I MANY OTHER ITEMS
school of the inspiring Easter .ball were given to each North
in the county spelling bee. program ,
]Dadelte. This affair held !in SATURDAY SUNDAY
Anita was 'a great credit to her "Courage Some of His Words" was FRIDAY -
school and her class. written by our principal, was (the gym. Attire: tropical teenage MUST BE SOLD
presented for the assembly pro formal. EVERYTHING
Spring Is m the air and also in gram. The 30-voice chorus sang
the hearts several Our student body chose James 7612 N-W., 22nd Avenue
i pf the Bethune family, numbers; Linda Robinson -
and because! everyone is happy gave one scriptural reading; Floyd, president and Yvonne

and gay, the"A fourth graders are Theresa the Boys Lewis sang a solo, and Student Spotford,Council.vice president Floyd. earned of the a :. -JtJI -.',..- .. ..r,,' If.- -'.III - <-
presenting Springtime Fan- ,Quintet composed of
tasy" April 24, during the regu Ernest Bethune, William Green, very high score in the county
lar assembly program. Alton Hen'ey! Ronald Jackson! spelling bee. III'!
The Patrol Parents Club of Be- and Ronnie Storr, I
sang an ar- The dedicatory service of the
thune is sponsoring' a tea Sunday ranfement of Deco River, Aalton North Dade Senior high school ,For Sale By SummonsNew
April,20 at the home of Mrs. Henley served as M. C. will be held on April 28. We invite I
Gertrude Williams. All parents to this ,service.

and are friends cofdially of the invited Bethune to attend family cpals!' Dunbar and was Faculties host to of the Dou Prin-;las Charles everyone D. Wyche, principal 2-bedroom CBS home, tile bath, large lot
Barbara Rollins
and reporterNORTHWESTERN
Another event held at our Phyllis Wheatley Schools on DOWN
school was "The :Easter Parade." last Thursday afternoon for the $1,495

Mrs. Paschal and Green headed I telecast of an explanation of the HIGH Open Saturday and Sunday
this activity which was most Reading Program !in Dade Coun-i
beautiful and enjoyed by :all. ty, The bunshino Committee SENIOR CLASS 7575 N.W. 14th Avenue
served cooling punch to the guests. PRESENTS ,PLAY
Our sincere congratulations toMrs. Call SUMMONS
I Maude Chandler Dunbsr enjoyed brief visits The class of '58 of Northwestern -
our curriculum from seme of the Senior Phones HI 4-2448 HI 6-0173
.assistant, who has been leading educators High takes this opportunity -
appointed. principal of Mays Ele who met in convention on to invite the public to
School. Miami Beach during the past an evening of laughs galore whenIt
mentary Although we are
happy for Mrs. Chandler, we. week. They were extremely interested presents "Papa Was a Preacher I
really regret her leaving. in the ETV program as ," Friday, April 18, 8 pm. in
i it a developing in Dade County. the auditorium of the school. Ad SEE THE _
Mrs. J. White in'tern from Be- ,
thune-Cookman College, recently mission prices are 50 cents for __ _
r students and 75 cents for adults.
completed her work at Bethune DOUGLAS ELEMENTARY WORLD'SGREATEST
Elementary two fnterrifront s Parent whose children attend
Fla. A&M. University Myr- A large number of parents and Northwestern are urged to attend -
tis Williams and Rosa McGee, patrons supported our PTA banquet the Parent Teachers' Association -
have almost completed their, by attending this affair on meeting Monday evening,
work. These two) persons were last Friday night. A capacity April 21, 8 p.m Business of vital COLORED'
visited recently bv Mrs. Mildred group was present at this, our' importance. "
Kershaw. who' is tae visttinfi .supervisor main project for the year. Our 1
of intern very sincere thanks and appreciation The second hand uniform drive PSYCHIC
t We wish a speedy recovery for to those individuals responsible will begin April 23 when hun-
Mrs."\ Clara Mathews, who has for the success of the ban dreds of trays of candy will be READER

; .been ill for over two weeks.W. quet.Mrs. distributed among students and
C. Cogdell, principal Maple Hunter, accompanied I teachers for sale in the community -
B. T. Johnson, reporter by 35 pupils, visited B o k With proceeds from the sale,
Tower, and saw The Passion Playa the balance on the recently pur- PROF.
few days ago. Several parents chased uniforms will be defrayed.
BUNCHE PARK ELEM. .and teachers helped supervise Northwestern kindly requests her t '
the group community citizenry to aid her in f . r fi r
Since improvement
the:, : of our Miss Paula Williams, and Miss this activity again.Northwestern's F
industrial program is a goal toward Margaree Orr .
are on our sick I
which our principal and list. Mrs. Isabell Blue's mother, seniors ire plan HUNTER .
faculty work conttnuoirsly to is also ill at this time. To allot, ning an educational tour to Sil
rectify, a series of Town Hall 1 them we wish a very speedy recover. ver Springs and Florida A and M
grade group meetings hare been ". University for May 9-10. This PROF. HUNTER
held to'discover the strengths and will be the second time that the
vestal esses of' our total school MEMO TO PARENTS university has extended an invitation If you are sick, worried or in trouble this is the)

program,, I to NIJS's seniors. place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push back the
As an- outcome of these meet- Dear Parent: veil of bad luck that
seems to hold in
Will you please meet with first you your ,
Ings we have a firm determine Mesdames Carrie B. Bridwell
tion'to' set goals and provide sit grade teachers of our., school and Marie A. Hicks, supervisorsfrom and advance forward by the help of God under the
uations' and experiences that will]1 April 24 from 2 p.m until 3 p.m Florida A&M University, leadership of Prof Hunter who has 30 years of experience
help eliminate the weaknesses At this meeting you will see the visited the five students now interning in spiritualist and occult science. Make
and bind more securely the movie "We go to school", receive your
at Northwestern in industrial home
happy. He will show how
information you to bypass
strengths. registration your
arts, Spanish English
y "Spring Caraven" is the theme of the first grade child, and music( and physical ,education.,. enemies and get the things that life demands for you.

selected for the May Day Festival many other things that will help They studied and observed the application
which will be held on Thursday the child adjust quickly to the of methods of teaching
May 1. Mrs. Fannie Crosby new situation in which he or she which these students are expert
i and Harold Mitchell are leaving will find himself. encing while learning to teach.
no stones unturned to make Registration will begin April:
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this a mass production' with total 28 and continue through May 2, -- ----
participation of all of our pupils. from 2.15: to 3:15 p,m. only. Pleased WARNER
The music of North Dade Banthe bring your child's birth certifi-
crowning of the May Queen cate to prove his age. If he is six HINES, Inc.
and the plaiting of the May pole now or will be six before Jan Painting and
will add brilliance to the occa 1, 1958, he may register. You Wat.rprooftngContractora
will not be able to register your
sion.The child if you do not have his birth Licensed and
1t Bunche Park School family certificate. Don't let him stay out I Insured by City
congratulates the following coworkers of school because you have not) and County
: Mrs. Florence Gre r, obtained it, You may apply for 1883 NW 59th St.
whose son, William Floyd was it at 1200 SW 1st St., Miami. Free EstimatesCall Located at the Hunter's new psychic studio on

recently elected as president ot Fla. any hour Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of HalUndale Fla.
the Tennesse A&I's Student Body Mary F. Williams, principal Ph. NE 5-6879 the north aide of the road 1 ,
for the ensuing year Mr. and Arleen R. Williams, reporter ....... Carver mile east of 7th ay.
Mrs. William David Sullivan (nee Ranches. Sign are placed on the top of three-

J Zola Jiles) on the birth of a story building. Office U in the duplex In the front el
daughter, Yolanda Someya; Mr the building.
and Mrs. Clarence Burley Jr. Helps Children Groff'' Mcxmors MULTIPLE kj H. baa
(Doris Sneed) on the birth of a Aalullia arx fifty times more power than any othe
son Rodney Burley and Mr. and Strong and Healf VITAMIN medium. You will find him far advanced In know.
Mrs. Freeman Coney (Amount t
Johnson) on the birth of a son SYRUP edge.READINGS
Harry Congratulations. FROM $1.00 UP
The school's .
library was the
scene of the monthly curriculum COSTS USS THAN LICENSED ay tTATl AND COUNTY

council for area "N" which consists OFFICE HOUR. DAILY
__ _ ...
of North Dade, Rainbow and JUM on*wupoonful duly of&itl Vinmla
Bunche Park. The results of the BtXtt A OAl1 Srnip provide iht tight important 1 P.M. TIL 4 P.M. 7., P.M -SUNDAY 1 P.M. TIL 4' P.M.
U-- vitamin* plus iron whkh children seed
Spelling Activities and listening for proper growth function and develop .
techniques carried on in the nent Your childmi will love it.too. CLOSED ALL DAY WED. ,
schools were 'evaluated at this ITS DELICIOUS with a freih orange livoMhu miketin e
meeting Mrs. Althea Frederick Inutnc hit every rim*. Get I bonle of Date) ViumiaSrnip CALL IN PERSON '
served as consultant of this area 1Od.,. Your children mutt look better fed beau,
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((1)) Attorney Arrington receiving the President Earl Wells. Flowers are in me- CHARLES [AUGHTONWITN

Sigma Social Actions Award for Father morium for departed Brother Robin III
Theodore Gibson, who was unable to at- ((3)) Sigma's "Man of the Year", J. Otis ESSE PROSECUTION
tend because of church commitments. Haywood Jr. The award was presented

(2)) Rev. Edward T. Graham being pre during regular Social Actions program by Shown at 8150"I

sented Social Actions award by Sigma John Dillard.

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TWO LOCAL the local chapter of the NAACP SAT. MIDNIGHT
I earned him the award, was unable SUN., MON., TUE8. --II
MINISTERS CITEDTwo to be present for the cere- APRIL 20 '. 21 22 [ [ i
mony because of previous church ...
of Miami's outstanding .committments. Receiving the FRED MacMURRAY RON [ [ :
plaque! for him was Atty. Henry I
ministers honored Sunday !n '
Arrington, a former 1953 recipient I
services at Mt. Zion
special held
of the ward. Others receiv-
301 NW 9th St.
Baptist Church,
ing awards in 1956 by the fra-
Recognized for their "defense of ternity included Representative r M-G-M PRESENTS THE BOLD,BURNING NOVEL AT IASTI
the basic rights of all Americans"in
Neal Adams
John B. Orr and
the field of social actions were I Y
Rev. Edward T. Graham pastorof I Other highlights of the pro-
Mt. Zion and the Rev. Father gram included the presentation ofa BUNCHETHEATRE i tgl .wwy
Theodore Gibson rector of Christ plaque to J. Otis Haywood Jr. / YUL DRYNNER
Episcopal Church in Coconut as the "Sigma Man of the Year"
Grove. lot his outstanding work during OPA LOCKA
1957-58 in the Interest of the Tol. NA 1.7122
The awards were presented MARIA SCHELL CLARE BLOOM
fraternity. There was also a special SUN., MON., TUES.
during the regular 11 un. service I i.
tribute to departed brother,
by members of Rho Sigma Robin Prince,a who died In 1953. Audio/ Murphy 'In"Destry" LEE J. COBS ALBERT SALMI
chapter, Phi Beta Sigma fraternIty
Flowers in memoriam were plac- (1 .r. w
Inc. In presenting the awards
ed on the altar. / WILLIAM SHATNUITvJOGK
Earl Wells of the
president organizations -
In' TechnicolorPlus / Y MA.rh.A..q k MITIMLLoe
commended both men Officers of the fraternity include -
for their leadership In communIty : Earl Wells, president; T. S. Lex Barker In
affairs; stating that their Greer, vice president; Thomas ,1 I t
deeds "stood out like a beacon Papino, secretary; J. Otis Hay- "JUNGLE HEAT"RITZ,
,light for all Americans throughout wood Jr., business manager, and '
the country." Dandy Smith dean nl pladges. I r

The sermon for the occasionwas
drawn from the year's Social tv
Actions theme of the fraternity, Non.8urplcal/ TrMtment Nrt
'Community Consciousness," and Hernia o Piles

wa delivered by Rev. Graham. In (Rupture) (Hemorrhoids) THEATRE l .
'hIs remarks, Rev. Graham pointed APRIL 20 21 22 .
'I out the real need for an upsurge DR. LONG'S CLINIC $1I
'r In awareness on the part 21 8.W. 13th Av. "Jamboree"FATS
of citizens In community affairs, Phone PR 3-274I
stating that "Miamlans are for- I 1
tunate In being able to live in a DOMINO yi
Add Life to Year 6 MA
community free of the many preJudIces .
and Yen to Life
> and Inconveniences of; .
t neighboring states, and even upper REDUCEtp
r ) .counties.1* I 1>> Medication ; CBABLES MeGBAMf'BARBAHA LAWRENCEI
i: { Father Theodore Gibson whose| ,
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household employer will receivethe
contest for the 10 best Domestic HelpDo simplified tax return auto-
dressed women in the Miami area matically each quarter. The total ,
FUND RAISING EFFORT closes April 22. This is your last you employ a maid, a cook, tax to be remitted is 4%% of the \
chance to cast your votes on 10 a lundress, a baby sitter, or cash wages paid to the domestic
of the names listed below: others to help with your house- worker during the calendar quar-
"Miss NAACP of Florida"Contest Have you voted for the 10 best hold chores? If you do, and you ter; the employer may deduct one
dressed women? pay such a domestic employee $50or half of this ((2%%; ) from the em-
The Saints Ann's and Margaret more cash wages in a calendar ployee's pay. Only the first $4,200
tam chapters of the Woman's Auxiliary -! quarter of the year, you are of yearly wages is taxable.
of the Church of the Incarnation reminded by Edward P. Blonston, Additional information about
Underway urge you to please vote for district manager nf the MiamI} coverage under secial security
pAt! ten of the names submitted who (North) Social Security office at and benefits payable may be obtained i
you feel are the 10 best dressed 234 NE 79th St.. Miami, that you by writing or telephonethe
If I I TAMPA! -Following news that' women In the Miami area. must remit to the District Direc- North social security office,
the Florida State: Conference, DINAH AND CASTIN The names are: tor of Internal Revenue the social PL 8-5511.
NAACP would its 1958
sponsor Mesdames Lucille Riou, Joyce- security taxes on the cash
BET Miss NAACP of Florida" con- UNSCHEDULED lyn Burroughs XJoma Green, wages paid this employee. The
test, branches and organizations Clyde Killens, Sybil Johnson, report and tax f"r the quarter
Th ent all over the state, have begun PERFORMANCE Thelma Johnson :McDonald, Ver- ending March :r1 1, are due by HARLEM SQUARE
sending in names of candidates neka Silva, Zelma Black, Eugenia April SO.Mr. .
Tit heiwx; to vie for the coveted title ofFlorida's I The "Queen of the Blues" abdicated Thomas, Bettye J. Baker. Bernice Blonston said that a con- I SWEET SHOP
,biggest "fund raiser in "throne" Moore, Ruth N. Polite, Janie GROCERIES
her Thursday venient envelope type of tax return A FULL LINK OF
sh' the "Dollars for Freedom" drives night just long enough to get her Reeves, Fannie B. Williams, Alice (form 942)), which takes
now going on. "house in shape." D. Harrison, Florence Taylor, Al- just a moment or two to' complete COLD CUTS COSMETIC

Yt From Pensacola,. state conference Dinah Washington, currently zada R. Knowles, Mable D.I may be,.obtained br house--' 208 N.W. JOth ,$t ,*
L. starring in a week's engagementat Thompson, Julia Sawyer, Bertha I 'yt' VI vise president David -
Roland Pauline Dunn Isabelle
U. White and the popular Palms in Hallan-
president -
H dale, appeared to be getting a few Johnson, Lillie Pearl Dorsett,
Abraham Tolbert announce that I things off her chest as she resented Syble F. Ferguson, Ollie Reeder, HELP WANTED!
the has entered five cans -
group the actions of certain Corene Anton, Gloria Evans, H.
'didates while Miami is backing Davis Alton Turner Altamease
members of her cast. ,
I Mrs.? Vernell Albury,, branch ,The sultry bluesttngerwas in Robinson, Ann Lindsey, Eloise Make $168 a week preparing envelope Our instructions -

j treasurer. and and of,I'::the four. the,second act of her night's per- Williams, John O. Brown, Irene tell how. Enclose stamped envelope.
members who. stood' for.their! constitutional formance, when the,show:was cut Pratt, Portia Bannister and C. M.
\ rights' when called by, short due to her.husband's: non- Lewis. WRITE*
the recent1 legislative investigating cooperation.The . , Misses Ann Johnson, Loraine
committee. husband Eddie Chamblee, Sawyer, Lenora Sands, Blllye EWELL FARLEY .
Tampa .->has two candidates' saxist and leader, ,of !the band, Thompson, Gertrude Bush, Gus-
Mrs. Queen Miller, staunch apparently' humiliated jthe star, sie Johnson, Annie Bell Harris, Box 71" High plint, Ky. .
NAACP worker and .Mrs.: Gene who had been receiving;.thunder Edna Deveaux, Ann Mortimer, Apr26

Turner formerly, of New York ous ovations, from ,her apprecia and Maxine Bethel ;" Clty..and now y living in Tampa five audience. JusWh3t' brought Ballot boxes are at the Miami
with her ,a.lr1nan. husband are I about Chamblee's actions was not Times' downtown office, 1112
working : hard. Yet to be an- :'determined, but,, what could have NW 3rd ave. and at the plant or
nounced is the candidate who will been a more serious\ matter was at the vestibule of the Church of
represent the local Longshore- halted when Carlton (King) The Incarnation, 1835 NW 54th I
man's Union here. Coleman, the show's emcee: when st, North's Travel Bureau. 1104 SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER
Other branches announcing he wrested with the band leaderto NAV. 3rd Ave, or mail your entries
plans are Orlando, Daytona keep,him away from Dinah. I I to either of the above addresses -
Beach and Jacksonville althoughthe At the end of a popular num- J 2186 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 3-2691
names of candidates have not ber Dinah was asked for are- A Fashion Show In which Mi-
quest. She explained to her audi ami's 10 best dressed women selected -
been made known
as yet. ( ence that she would like to oblige by your votes will be introduced HOURS: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The contest will end on "Free but she was not getting the will be held Thursday,
cooperaUon from her, husband. May 8 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
dom Sunday, May 18, when at Northwestern Senior
Miss NAACP for Florida" will be Prior to this, Chamblee had been High School auditorium. Subscription -
; crowned. The title and an expense leaving the stage at intervals refusing is $1.00. Tickets are now on.
paid trip to the NaUonal to play. And during his sale. You may contact any member -
r convention in Cleveland will go playing sessions, he would, at in the Saints Ann Margaret
to the lady submitting the highest times, turn his back to the star chapter of the Woman's Auxiliary
amount of money above $2,000 and her audience. At ,one stage of the Church of The Incar BEN H. ATKINSON, JR., D.D.S.
Second prie will be a weekendin during Dinah's performance, Eddie nation.
Nassau sponsored by North' came from behind the wings, Further information, contact or
both hands in his pockets, and a
Travel Bureau of Miami. Concet- call Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke Jr.
laUon prizes will be awarded the,Ilong cigarette dangling from the 15431 NW 17th place, NA 1-0947. FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
side of his mouth. All this seemed -
third and ,fourth highest amounts. Vote only for ten of the names
Other candidates to irk the star. listed.
will also get I
4 awards. So enraged was Dinah she gave OFFICE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m .. 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
out with a few verbal blasts that
Ladles wishing to enter, or organizations I I rocked the house, declaring that I And by>> Appointment
wishing to sponsor "this came thing happens from GOING r
candidates are asked to write to coast to coast," she further bel- 6705 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone PL 7-5601
Robert W. Saunders, 705 East lowed. "I'm getting sick and tir- BAREFOOT rf/
Harrison St., Tampa. ed of that man always embar- ,
; ruing me and trying to hurt my CM Be
living I won't stand for it!" ........ -.
PUN PHUNBy At this point the crowd that COSTLY I - - -

appeared pro-Dinah applauded in

., Today I bring you some minI Police were called to quell the c....... deeeM4 I I
I eating facts about our friend the disturbance but not before Miss .d 3197 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Miami, Fla. I
I barber, who has a unique profess Washington had smashed Cham- Is,
slon. I I I blee's horn and yelled at "certain ..... The General Clinic I I. well equipped and offers you excellent
He Is the fellow who uses your member of the cut, )'ou'reendS" Yiel 9 s.roll Clinical and Medical Service for the ear and treatment of all

:y"; :head bead in is his his business.profit He Your can over trim!I N I la!recent No arresU weeks a were leading made.newsmagazine ....., Mss6as .... (line**, dl......, bodily Injuries and physical disorders 0'I

1 or brush off and make had stated that on Di all type. for the entire I
you you .... f family. Pre*Marital Blood teeta. Health
nah's first
wedding anniversary
you like it. He can get in your ....eea9a 9 Card and Workmen'
she her Condensation Insurance
proudly sent telegrams to Caaee.
I hair cut short without insult I "i
or you .
.. ....... I
skeptic friends which stated, "T I ,
His the the only clip 1
where you are sure to come joint out "thought" you said it wouldn'tlast II ........ ,.. Office Hour: 12 noon to 9 p.m. Dally except Sunday (

on top. Though he has a reputa- ? I
r' 24 Hours Phone Service
tion for talkativeness, he will not The crowd dispersed at a late Dr. James T ROM
split hairs or make bald state- hour declaring that they would Phone HIland 8-2310 Director
He direct return the following night to see Johnson
ments. can you any- and Sons
a bigger and better - - -
where, since he know all the I - - ,
1 short cuts. As for music, he prefers -, 6570 N.W. 15th AT. I
Ii the Crewcuts, and despises I
1 longhair music. His motto is Shoe ShopREPAIRING SHOP ATBerkley's
"Hair today, gone tomorrow." !
Even the barber college yell is a. a.. a '
unique, as you will note: Cut RateWHERE
J Cut him on the lip We Save Your Sole* While You

Slash him on the jaw; Watt QUALITY LIES
,, Make his face Fins Shoe Repairing
Rawl! flaw! Rawl J A J DRUG DIPT. 8TORE Shoe Shined and Dyed 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave.
'I Phil L.Ossof_ i410 N.W. 62nd St, Miami, Fla Phone PL I-MW FR 4-2376

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I I'L.y.,, x'x'I 1 YMCA SponsorsWeekend 1

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t.r CampThe !

I 0: W. Carver YMCA Is have the opportunity to participate ,
I conducting its Weekend Camp at In: Cook-outs, athletics, recreation -
beautiful Owalssa-<.Bauer Friday, swimming, educational
: '( I April 18-20, 1958.OwaissaBauer film square dancing, social dine-
I '
1 is located in an Ing, camp fires, devotion, nature
ideal surrounding of the Redland study and hikes. I
District and affords recreational All young people deslrious of
=L activities for all boys and girls attending are requested to visit I
and teenagers.The the Carver Branch, 340 NW 13th I
original plan for Lake St. or phone FR 47820.
Placid as the camp site has been I I II I
# changed for the, financial convenience I
+ re+' Y. 1L of all young people desirous I
rr \ A
of attending this whOlesome activity : I
I The change of site makes it i
possible for many youngsters to
pay the nominal fee of $5.00 andS.150
$ for members and non-mem-
bers respectively. These fees will
cover insurance, transportation,
food, lodging, activities and board.
1 Youngsters who attend will
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--. "" ....... ,'-, ... ...-- --,'.."'-- _._,---. ST. PETE BEGINS 4 K I

Seated left to right.: Sorors Juanita Standing' : Sorors Lorraine Rolle, Artie VOTERS

Matthews, Rose Jones, Vashti Coleman, Richardson, Lucretia C.. Eve, president, REGISTRATIONSt. THE SMOOTHERBOURB N, I
Winifred Cox, Cynthia Bethel. Orzella Ross. I

Petersburg-The citizens of
of St. Petersburg should be proudto
Iotas Plan for Nat'l Convention know that theirs is the first
Florida city to complete its registration ; t z

. .L . set up," so stated Rev.
At a recent meeting held at the -- ------ A. ,Leon Lowry president of the
home of Soror Artie Richardson Florida State Conference of
members of Iota Phi Lambdi' : Daughter Elks Prepare NAACP Branches.
Sorority mapped out plans for th! "Running a close second Is Or-
National Convention to be held Ir lando where Atty. Paul Perkinshas "
Miami during August. been selected to head the :.
Soror Lucretia C. Eve, presi for Five Hundred Tea campaign for more voters," he :
dent of the local chapter, gave avery said. The St. Petersburg drive
interesting talk on her trip began Sunday, April 13. Pinelles -
to the Regional Conference held I By DT. EDNA DAVIS can be arranged with the daugh- County chairman is Mrs. Bettye THE MILDER BOURBONTHE I
in Selma, Ala. in March. These The Daughter Elks of Greater ters, who have cars. Failure to Wimblsh. prominent wife of Dr.
persons were named to work or Miami Temple No. 769 Is pre- attend 'will Invoke a penalty. Re- Ralph Win bish. Chairmen of the
the following committees for the' paring for their annual Five member, St. Paul is the churchof St. Petersburg voters registration
National Convention: Hundred Tea which will 'be heldon Dt. Myrtle Davis, Dt. Carlee effort. are Rev. J. L. Fennell,
General convention chairman:I Sunday, !May 9, Mother's Dayat Daniels and Dt. Josie Roberts. pastor of New Hope Baptist
Sorer Lucretia C. Eve. the spacious Longshoremen I You are expected to be present. Church, and J. LeRoy Murray,
Housing committee: Sorors Auditorium, 816 NW 2nd Ave. representative of the County Vot.
Rose Jones, Faye Clark, VashtJ Quite a musical program will be Negro Meetings er's league.
Coleman. arranged. Dt. Mallie Hunter will The drive is geared to approximately
Courtesy and hospitality committee *''be the speaker. The auditorium Banned in Africa triple the present num-
: Sorors Mayme Bondu,, will, be adorned with beautiful ber, of registered voters in St.
Portia Bannister, Artie Richard flowers] each bouquet represent- Johannesburg, South Africa Petersburg and is a nonpartisan
son, Janie Reeves. I ling the six daughters who are ab- All unauthorized meetings of effort in which many organizations -
Souvenir committee:: sen t. more than 10 Negroes are prohibited are taking part. Leaders
Sorors Dana program Chapman, Arthesa Dt. (Ruler Ellen Taylor left the In major South African I in the coordinated plan are the
city on Sunday to attend the St. Petersburg Branch NAACP,
Eve. cities the government --- --
Hubert, Lucretia Masonic Grand Lodfe. Off for The Citizens Cooperative Council LIGHTER BOURBON
Committee of finance and reg- The ban and police announCed'j :I
istration Sorors Juanita Mat-I the Elks State Convention in I several organizations I and the Pinellas County Voters
thews, Linnie Carey. Pensacola are Dt. Olivia Rogers, dered in an effort to head off I League.
committee: Sorori Dt. !Myrtle Davis and Dt. Amelia demonstrations which non-whites I Similar drives are being
Legislative Shavers. I planned in Tampa, Bartow,,Lake-
Orzella Ross, Cynthia Bethel. I have planned for next week to
I Kit committee: Sorors Linnie| Dt. Deputy Marie White has protest recent race legislation land, Pensacola and Winter Ha
Carey, Juanita Matthews. ;, returned from Dyatona Beach t[ National elections will be held ven.
where she attended the State Wednesday.Have.
Publicity committee: Sorors
Winifred Cox, Cynthia Bethel, Baptist Convention. I FOR SALE

Ann Smith. I Everglades Post Daughter Rul-
Exhibits committee: Sorors ers Council will meet with Great- you seen the BEAUTY on two Iota, corner .

Lorraine Rolk, Ann Smith, Ar-j er Miami on Sunday, Every snemI Wonderful change desirable location, 3*
Being madt at
thesa Hubert.
I Is requested to contribute
$1.00. Now please take dol- EVERGREEN CEMETERY bedroom, hardwood floor
Plans were also made for the your Qo out there and MIt ,
lar to Dt. Olivia Rogers. Dues
Week observance, April of 13-19 National, and Business the An-, will not be accepted until It Is I will do your heart good garage, vanitorie, 2901

nual Typing contest to be held paid.All NW 43rd terra Lots for ale.
this year at Booker T. Washington Daughter Elks who are' IF YOU CAN FINDA
members of Greater REGISTERTODAY
High School Cash for your lot*. Baron,
Temple No. 769 will worship In
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Culmer, pastor
r Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor Eddie Edwards clerk

SATURDAY APRIL 19 1958 church mutt be In the Ernestine Hambrlck reporter 11:30 a.m.
12 newt Sunday School ...-...--
office of The Miami Times not The Chritian work at the Morning worship ........_.._" 11:00
r later than Tuesday afternoon of church Is progressing nicely. Be- Westminister Fellowship .... 8 p.m.

each week to Insure publicationIn of the fast and 'bewildering
current tetue. Copy must be changes In the social and political TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince

typewritten, or written leQlbly life of the world; the urgent
t Ink, using elngle sheet of regularIze I individual 11. Mobley, pastor
,need to prepare
writing papers Church, Ed.: Christians to live, as persons in'' Sister C. McKinney, reporter"God's

I the right relations with others in People In Bondage" was
community requires Sun-
a of the lesson on
I of the Bible the subject
for the study "The
Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor in orderto day past. Memory verse:
I A Ernestine Hanbrick, reporter and its new translations Lord is on my Side; I will not
1F IH be able to guide persons what can man do unto meT"
'I The church really had the new The Sunday School was well Psalm 1186. God has 'a purposerowththcomes
look Sunday. Beautiful new pews attended and very nicely conducted greatest
: and many other donations from I by the first assistant Supt. The intimees when we

various organizations and individuals superintendent, Mrs. L. E. Thomaswas the hardest test of our

helped to beautify the off attending the State Con- strength.face When we face great sor-

church. Choir No. 1 was beauti- gres. I row and suffering we learn most

; fully attired in their new white The morning worship service about the strength that lies In

helwo t! 0r uniforms with maroon accessories., was also good being' conducted by God and our faith grows in great

Our beloved pastor was hand- Rev. John Polite who preached a strides. Before we blame God for

shy j h some In his white suit and maroon I stirring sermon con/qerning/ the I all the suffering and sorrow that

I tie. Choir No. 2 was beau' bread, the staff of life. I am notable we should stop to consider
Yt ,t 1shy tiful In their white and ,black. to quote the text as of such. comes whence it came. Much of human

Rev. Hall accepted the mem- I Only the gist of it. The Rev. was woe Is the result of man's own

vSH bership of eight converts to the: eloquent in his delivery. disobedience of the laws by which

I Christian family. He also baptized i The evening service was also the universe operates. The sorrow

; MT. CALVARY BAPTIST St. Matthew AME Zion 12 Infants. nteresting and, inspiring Rev... and suffering may be a natural
The youths are attending nicely John Williams preached a nice result of a broken law. A man always -

S Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. the Youth Fellowship i>n Wednes- sermon that carried much truth reaps what he sows.

Oretha Holder reporter Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor day. Don't forget, it's Youth Fellowship and information.The The subject of the YPE band

'Sunday School............... 9:45: ajn. each Wednesday at 7:30 pastor and several of the was "Soul Winners Are Wise". A

Giving honor to our Lord and Morning Worship ............ 11 ajn. p.m.The members were attending the very nice program was rendered

,S Master with the services the opening at our of churchbegan the Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. Easter ,beautifully play entitled drama"Redeemed" State Congress, but the work at after the discussion of the lesson.
carried on as usual servicewas
home was evening devotional
Sunday School at 9:45: with tized by the following, persons. The
and that should be encouragingto high in the spirit with Bra.
Roosevelt Denson superlnendent in Wilford Hepburn, Yvonne Ross, .
all .concerned.Baptismal. . the
McKinney opening
charge, the school was of large FIRST UNITARIAN Jacquelyn Ferguson, Jessie Ross, I Asham
service will be conducted testimony meeting. Many
attendance. Arnold Worth and Alfonso
As usual the second! Sunday "Religion and Relativity" will Glenn. Easter wishes by George Sunday morning. wonderful testimonies followed.
service was conducted by the be the sermon topic of the Rev Glover. Beautiful music wad Come out and worship with the The evening message was delivered

Junior Church.At I I Glenn O. Canfield, minister of the rendered by the Northwestern people of Mt. Sinal.BAHA'I by Mother Roberts. The
Unitarian Church, Dixie "Oome Without
11 ajn. services were con First High School chorus and band,, subject was
S.W. 29th Road, on 22. The
at ASSEMBLYA Matthew
Highway Arthur Price. Text,
ducted by the Junior deacons. under the direction of
Sunday April 20, 11 am. The most uplifting. Sunday
message was
rendered the Evans and David Paschal.
music by
was church school and adult forum Ridvan (Rizwan) party, was "Dollar Day" for the
junior choir. The morning's mes The pastor and members extend declaration of
honoring the
meet at 10:30: a.m. church and each member responded
sage was delivered by the pastor. grateful appreciation to Baha'u'llah, Founder of the
We had two joiners. That evening at 8:15: the Jefferson them for their service and to Mrs, Baha'i Faith, as God's Manifestation nicely.ANTIOCH.

Sunday afternoon BTU washeld Club will discuss "Methods Genevieve Bynoe and all other for ,this day, will be held
with Bro. Daniel Smith, director of Effecting Social Change" at Sunday School teachers for the in the garden of the home of Mr. BAPTISTRev.
In charge. Music for the their meeting at the home of Mr. time and effort put forth in
Ronald Platt 2421 NW and Mrs. Bethel, 545 NW O. W. Foster, pastor
and Mrs. :
afternoon was rendered by the bringing us a
St. A'pri121 at 3 Johnson reorterIn
on Monday, p.m. A. L. ,
junior choir. 15th st.Members. play. Thanks also to Mrs. Marion
Miss Betty Keogan, of Little River
I will meet at the Thompson, director of the Youth unity Sunday School was
!, Night service was conducted by will be host. All races and faiths
the deaconess. The music church on Wednesday, April 23, chorus of the church., are cordially invited to attend. called to order at 9:45: a.m. The
Junior male choir 8:15: to discuss and vote on 16 The post Easter parade on Monday subject of the lesson was "God's:
was rendered by the the categoriesof beautiful sight "
resolutions covering night was a People in Bondage.
with the message delivered by the 'denominational affair, prob- Young Misses and tots were beau; NOTICEThe The devotional service was spiritually -

''i Rev. J; H. Stephens. rememberthe I lems in democracy, and peace, international tifully attired in their Easter out- Church of God in Christat high throughout the day.Shiloh's .
't In let us
our prayers relations and allied Thanks Mrs. Pauline H,.
fits. to
sick and those in need cf Merrit Island, Fla., Elder junior ushers board and
To the public subjects. Each Unitarian church Smith and Mrs. Elouise Cody Leonard Weaver, pastor, opens a the junior choir served, and the
spiritual guidance
you are invited to come and worship I and fellowship submits 8 of the Mis Francina Hall, narrator. big revival on April 21, conduct I Rev. E. D. Dennis brought the

with us. 16 resolutions to be considered at The WSCS invite to attend I ed by the Rev. Elder A. C. Nanceof message, taken from St. J o h n

a the national. annual >meeting 01.1. .."__ _'Aa you.I.U ... to ni h t Miami, pastor of the Church 14:1: subject, "Troubled Heart."
t which Is held in (Boston in May. u u wvmjuueas wvuamgat fi At 3 ushers' board No. 2
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST 8 o'clock at the church. ,Admission of God In Christ at Hollywood.
50 cents. ,Prayer for the sick each night sponsored a program with the
1571 N.W. 68th Terr. voices of our own choirs and male
Rev. G. Jones, pastor chorus.At .
Sunday School............ 9:45: ajn. the beginning" was the NEW MT. MORIAHRev. 7 p.m. usher borad No. 2

,Morning worship ................... 11:00 topic for Sunday School which E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar and the male chorus served. Visiting .

Evening worship .._.?............ 730 was reviewed by Mr. King. Veronica O'Berry, reporter Doris. A I..L.Hayes Shipp reporter, pastor minister Rev. It M. G. McDonald
preached a wonderful
Glorious Tomor-
MT. CARMEL BAPTIST row"Creating was the a subject for the SUNDAY : We cordially welcome our visitors sermon, subject, "Why God Permits
Church School and Adult Wicked Men to Progress.
The text was i to worship with us in all of
morning worship. Bible' Class .................... 9:30 a.m. services. Our friends are always welcometo
l Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor the 128th Psalms and the scripture our
Lillie R. Smith reporter taken from the 86th Solemn Sung Mass and Sunday School attendance was worship with usTRIUMPH
a I was : Sermon ...*...-............... 11:00: a.m. The teachers
Psalm. Our unique morning mes at a peak Sunday.
Now unto him that is able to do Episcopal YoungChurchmen CHURCH
that will follow their classes and time was
exceeding abuntantly above all sage was a message ................ 530: pm.: group the
us through life. We had three allotted before reveiwing
Prince David Williams
that we ask or think according to Confirmation Instructionfor pastor
Christian lesson.
persons to join our .............. Sister Ethel
the power that wonketh+ in the family. Children 5:30: p.m. Devotional service at 11 a.m. Cooper reporter

Ephesians church by 320-21 Christ Jesus through.I' The John R. Scott Board invited Solemn Sermon Evensong...............and...-... 7:30 p.m.TUFSDUA.Y was Inspirational. The choir No School of Wisdom was at 1U
everyone Sunday at 4 1 sang God's praises while the best on Sunday past. God's PeopleIn
their meeting at the home of Mr.
usher board served. Rev.,
The spirit was high throughoutthe attend their third annual Acolyte Practice Ann............. 8 p.m junior Bondage, was the very beau-
J. Swain delivered an inspiring,, tiful
I Kiddie Style Show which was subject of our lesson. Our
day. We rejoiced in the service WEDNESDAY
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. glorious message. Selected Psalm memory selection, "The Lord lion
of the Lord. Our 9:30 Sunday!I George Merchant. The children Low Mass ...................... 6:30 a.m 61:2, "When my Heart is Over- my Side I will not fear: What

School was opened at Sunday tags completed a serene Evensong, Meditation and whelmed, Lead me to a Higher, can man do unto me." This lesson
the superintendent
t with "
picture of a flower garden. Confirmation Instruction Rock. t Is one that shall long be remembered
charge. The lesson was highlightedby for Adults ................., 8 p.m Evening worship was the In our minds. It brings
I. the pastor. I I The pastor asked for the other THURSDAY foundation, where the H o 1 y this thought to our attention.
The morning message was delivered "meal banks. The meal banks St. Mary's ChoirRehearsal Spirit was in the prayers and Man was created for God's glory.

with power and vigor by j Each person put a penny for ................ 530: u.m songs sung by choir No. 2 ana Thus he certainly has the right to-
''r the Rev. and Dr. Yaeger of Liberty each meal that was eaten during FRIDAY usher board No. 1 were at their expect his Intelligent creatures to

I City: Lent. AU proceeds go. to the St. Cecelia's Choir Guild ._ best Rev. J. Swain again broughta be obedient. To do so Is to bring

," The choir sang very beautifully, church. Rehearsal...........*.? 8 p.m. powerful sermon. This sermon glory to God's name and the very
and out of their soul. The ushersperformed We would like to welcome our Note: Masses on All Saint and can long be remembered. best kind of lifeto man. When

The1 BTU their is duty.fine. 'A pastor back home from I his return ''I Holy Days ...................... Q ajn Hailing from the General we know and love' God, it is xu
doing very State Baptist Convention and
to St. Louis. ) Joy to do his will. Without obedience
Inspiring report was made by Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor There will be Corporate Communion bringing greetings and up to date to God, there can be no fellowship .
Sis. Shelton from the state
vention. con Cherry Mills, reporter ; for all chapters of the reports on what the Christian and no sense of sonshlpx !l''
Women's Auxiliary on Sunday family has done for our Florida I
The afternoon message was delivered morning. All women of the Normal College, cttc., Rev. and Sunday night dtnaxed the end r
by the pastor. The message NEW MT. CALVARYRev. church are asked to be present. Mrs. Ship The pastor Is an executive of our first baby contest. The 1

was both instructive and inspirational. You are invited to attend a board member of the church was filled to Its capacity ,,
r W. P. Tarpley, pastor I
State convention. with
many visiting saints and
Post Lenten
Tea on Sunday after-
i Usher board No. 1 and choir Edna E Thompson, reporter noon at the parish hall sponsoredby friends. Rev. Gloster Poached R

f-,, No 2 are sponsoring, a King and Sunday School was opened al St. Cecelia's Choir Guild. The NEW HOPE BAPTIST soul stirring sermon subject "Be

Queen contest.: They'wUl be soliciting the usual hour by the superintendent guest speaker will be Frederick I Careful Who You Let Dwell in
- your help. N. Miller. We had a large Johnson. A very interesting program Rev. J, E. Brown, pastorA. Your House."

'I, Visitors and friends are invit- attendance in Sunday School. is in store for all who at- L. Stephens, reporter The runner ups in the baby con;; ., n,

ed to worship with us.' Each class, was wonderfully tend. The services test were Rosalyn Lee ClarfcL :':',
taught. t at New Hope on sponsored by Sister J. Hunter ',',','

ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. After the lesson was received,, TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. ( last Sunday itional.were The both No.spiritual 1 choiiand Allen$458 (first prize), Rose M. a rrr. ':',',
Mother ',
and'18th Sister Mary Harpley told how she M. Furman $38t ,
4th Ave. Terr. No.2 usher board in
L. A. Thompson pastor were (second
prize) '
the 'convention and how Anthon "
Phone FR 9-1424 enjoyed charge throughout the day. Martin .. '
$375 (third ,
MASSES she was glad to be back home prize.)
Sunday is the day all loyal Worship this Sunday will begin Others '
Daily ?__._.____-_ 8 am. again. members of Temple have been at the usual time. The No. 1 $302.15 were Sister J. Davis;

Sunday ._...... 7 a.m. & 8JO: am. The morning prayer service was looking forward to for a year. choir and No. 1 ushers will be in Bro. J. Bruton, $180 S1I.

conducted by Sister Tarpley. The The annual spring contest between ',charge. 1101 m k Sis. B. $1,920.l&

TRINITY WESLEYANRev. prayers and songs were enjoyed.The the men and women comesto Sunday: afternoon at 3 p.m. the g a total of

spirit was really there. Usher a climax on that date. The men Junior ushers board will celebrate
George E. Johnson, pastor ,board Uo. 1 and the junior choir promised to take the lead for, Its, anniversary. You are invited ""RELIGION
Mrs Phyllis Andrews, reporter rendered service for the day. I'once. The women are so'sure,that to attend and help the Juniors AND REUWWITY$ I
Sunday School ,.... LID Sermon by
II "
Both morning and eveningmessages they are not talking. Sunday will make their anniversary a
Morning worship _____ 11.-QI Rtv Glenn' 0.
> I Canfield
the tale.Tonight I
cell ful ;
were delivered by Rev, one. Sunday
Young People's Meeting 8 Service .,
Tarpley, subject If a man goes ,(Friday) the women An old fashion revival at our Church School 1 UOO t I
,,, ;
to Hell who cares. The messagewas will sponsor a turkey dinner on church. Come out and enjoy this FIRST, UNITARIAN 10:30
well delivered and enjoyed the church ground. The public b great minister. Closing CHURCH
out Dixie
Hw '.
:i Sunlight Chatter Boy: by all. Please visit the sick. I Imvited. night, April 18. ) at 8.W. 29th Road

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shop and home on busi
ness. N.W. 22nd Ave., corner, 3
bedroom CBS and Coral on busIness -
lot. $3,800 cash or trade
down; balance app. $9,280, 6%; BjGDIFFERENCE :
$85 per Mo. Now renting $103 per
Mo. FR 4-0074.


Dine at the home of switch to



who make averages above 2.3 Miami; Eunice Adams, Daytona Beach;
each semester at Bethune-Cookman Col- Ella Mitchell, Tampa, and Thelrna Hart, 6666 N.W. 15th Ave. SAFEST

lege are placed on the Dean's list. Those Brooksville. Not shown are Geraldine Liberty City CLEANEST
Barnes Mt. Pleasant Ophelia Coston
; ,
being so honored for the first semester this Laurel Hill; Lorraine Farrington, Miami; Jessie and Harriet, Prop .COOLEST

erm are being congratulated here by Gladys Hayes, Gainesville; Mildred Jackson *' .CHEAPEST
Dr. John S. Smith, dean of the college. Winter Haven; Eva Long, Ocala; Eu- SIMPLEST

They are: Doris Chandler, Daytona Beach, gene Scott, St. Petersburg; Wilhelmina ADDIE DOWTIN'S
Cora McKinney, West Palm Beach; Hen- Webber, West Palm Beach and Ruby .
ry Parrish, Fort Pierce; Shirley Payne, Williams, Miami. UNIQUE -sew raver,

Beauty Shop

14007 N.W. 22nd Ave.

Baptist Hold State House For Sale Opa Locka

Four, expert beautician to serve I
I SacrificeUnfurnished you, specializing In all phases of

3 bedroom CBSon beauty' culture. Sunlight studentof .. '1
Meeting at DaytonaThe 45. Expert coloring and marcel
beautiful 69 x 169 cor I Ing. 1,
Mrs. Laura Rogers, Mrs. Willie '; .4
General Baptist< State Convention -I All officers were re-elcted and ner. See It at NW 66th St. B. McCall, Mrs. Lovenla Gilbert, ;
of Florida, Inc., held Its in the Young People's Depart- Mrs. Addle L. Dowtln, manager;
65th annual session at Daytona ment the Rev. C. H. Felder was and 23rd Ave. '
Beach, April 813. The parent elected president to fill the postof Phone Mr. Mrs. Mary King, Prop. noitoA POWER t UGMT COMPANY
body, Dr. J. A. F. Finlayson, Dr. Summer who has retired Marks MUrray 1-9133
president, assembled at the from active service because of
Bethel Baptist Church; the Mt'l ill health. PL 4-3571 J I
men's department, led by Mrs. .
L. Holley, at Shiloh; and the Council of Churches
Young People's meeting headedby Blanche
Mt.Dr.Zion.A C.. IL Felder, was held at Continued from page 1 FOR RENT CallowayProudly

large number of messengers the Presbyterian and the Con-
New Modern
from every corner of the state attended gregational.. Present
and the sessions were inspiring -
and informative. Heart- LOCAL convention COMMITTEEThe is being handled Air Conditioned Healed A STAR STUDDED REVUEAt
searching messages were delivered -
by a well balanced local com-
by some of the ministers, anda mittee, which is putting forth BUILDINGReaerved The Popular
spirit of Christian' fellowship every effort to make it one of
prevailed. I the greatest in the history of the Parking
The annual addresses of Pres- group. Members of the local JIM JAM CLUB
ident Finlayson and President committee are: Perfectly Suitable For
Holley were challenging and Rev. E. T. Graham, chairman,
fraught with wisdom. Both of Dr. S. A. Cousin, Co-chairman, Dentist or Physician Office
these leaders have a program thatis Atty. W. H. Arrington, Mrs.
lifting the Baptists of Florida Maude ,Reid, Elliott Pieze, Rev.P. 1900 N.W. 75th St. Phone PL 9-8651
and opening their eyes to greater W. Williams, Rev. Thedford 524 'N.W. 24th St.
responsibilities.Florida Johnson, Rev. W. C. Edcar, Rev.E. Featuring
Normal and Memorial M. Blocker, Rev. Harris,'Gibson -! Phone FR 3.7205
College was well represented by and Reddick, Mrs. Llama "Chickie Horn" Deitha
Green Mrs. Elizabeth' Espy Johnson -
President R. W. Puryear, some
members of his faculty and a Mrs. Mary C. Wright, Mrs.L. Madam Effie Jamaica's ChampionThrockbottom
fine group of singers. E. Thomas, Charles L. Williams,! Limbo' Dancer
The amount raised from all J. T. McMillan. I Efficient
_.. Prompt,
sources was nearly $30,000, and Vickie Copez Satch Robinson
of this approximately $13,000 was MINCY'S servicePhone
Teasing Shake Dancer Master of Ceremonie
sent to Florida Normal. PL 44909RUDY'S ,
One of the highlights of the Lawn Service
! convention was the panel during Phone PL 7-6974 Johnny & MarshaDuet
the Social Service Hour (Rev. S.
A. Thomas director) Friday After 4:30 p.m. andRADIO Singing Sensation
' "The Christian Lead-
: afternoon. REPAIR '
ers' Greatest Challenge in this Plant Spraying Soil AND FOR A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT ONLY
: Period of World Transition," was Lawn Maintenance Guaranteed Service
t the subject. The Rev. A. Leon Pick and Deliver SALEMStar
spoke on The up
4 r lAm of Tampa 6511 N.W. 12th Ave.
Effects of Color and Communism 9 a.m. to 10i30 p.m.
1 on The Christian Religion." Rev.J. Apt 15 of Radio, Stage, Screen and TV, '
K. Bryant of West Palm Beach, 6801 N. W. 15th Ave.
l Best Looks and Sing Like Frank Sinatra I
THow May the Church M3
: Combat Delinquency and Divorce"and Admission 50c
the Rev. I. S. Powell of

Pensacola Versus spoke Materialism.on "ChristianZeal The I FRI., SAT. & SUN. ADMISSION 75c

panel was quite enlightening. I Blood Donors Wanted TABLES FREE


R.TAYLORPRIVATE Thursday ,..........................,., 11 p.m.
DETECTIVE & Need three pints of blood immediately.Will Friday and Saturday..... 10,30-1.3

BUREAU Sunday..., ,................ 8,30-10l30-l
'' Special Surprise Guest Artists at ,Late
228 NW 14th St. pay $5.00 per pint. Call PL' 4-4909, Saturday Show ,

Phone Miami FR, Florida 1-8229 or in person, 6801 NW 15th Ave. I II Amateur Show Thursday Nite

Added Feature: Sack Contest

"Who Will Look Best in a Sack?"

Civil .NEVER Criminal CLOSE. Domestic I Congratulations fo Mrs. Ann SmithOn

Personal Confidential Private MUSIC BY t
Her Concert
MlMlno Person FoundInvestigations

We specialize In Skip-Tracing Friday, April 25th-8 p-m.

and Recovery of Automobile and And, His Quintet
Equipment. At Longshoremen's HaU'Courte.y >.
24 hour service '. ,day or night We cater to private parties, organix d1llte,

Notarized affidavits! and report on ofCOLEMAN'S churches, weddings, dances etc.Students "
bonded to the
requeet. Wo are
State of Florida. No Job too large

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S. Dawklna, reporter PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1958 auts Anyone of Mr. Harold Briggs, formerly
A. Culmer, pastor
of Fernandtna Fla. Please ;

; Sunday; School began I at the r ':',. ",I" contact Mrs. St.JaeksonviU4

usual hour with the superintendent " ', 5S. Union
Miss Marva Trotman in M /y Fla- a relative.
.M charge." The teachers were at their fJl1'
respective classes. The lesson was
r reviewed by Miss Marsha John- 1 FOR SALE .

son, one of our lovely young
ladles. New 4 Bedroom

f 4B Services began at 11 .Am. ,with 2 Bath
the pastor In charge. Three FOR SALE
| babies were baptized. The pastor 2-Car Garage HomeBuilt

preached from Exodus 2:9.: No. 1 LOTS.' Landscaped corner, 80x109 condition
choir sang with Mrs. G. McFordat NW 59th at. and 24th ave. Lots in In kitchen air

the organ, and No.2 ushers Liberty City or Brown Subdi step down llvlnQ dining room

en served vision. We build to suit on our with terrazzo floors, bedroom IB

tot or yours. We take care of all oak floors.. Other features.
11W Services were held at 4 p.m for lot
financing. paid your
at Dania The pastor presented home. JE 81340. Baron. Full price 118,995 Down: Z,5OG
sh the Rev. H. V., Stuart who gave or

a touching message on, "The ROOM. 141 Northwest 9th St. Cor 67th St. and 24th X

ehv Lamb, of God slain from the See Miss Montgomery, Apt No. 1M10 OPEN SUN.. 2 TO 5 P.M. ;
tl Foundation of the World. Annual Woman's Day at Call JE 1-5973

At 0'p.m. the Missionary Society
rendered program with BUSINESS. 6400 NW 15th Ave.
Mrs. M.. Culmer as mistress of BEAUTY SHOP. For sale or rent, enjoyable 0 A panel feature.discussion was St. James A Church after 8 p.m. FR 48880, apt I Drug FOR Sundry' SALE- Fountain

The 7:30 devoUonal'was led by r ,,2 LOTS on NW 7th St. and 30th
the pastor. The sermon was delivered :? ; Q ave., In Fort Lauderdale. Each No competition largo. ,ipopulatlo
.. by' the 'Rev. If. Demeritte lot is 50x110. $150 down, $40 per Established 3 years high profit
from Exodus 24:7: No. 2 choir and month. Call Broker at PL 4-4484 Machines pay rent electricity

h our famous male choir sang with or evening MO 71304. Great opportunity for ,couple

k o the organist of St. Joseph W. M. L MIDWAY DRUGS
,1 ;I It' Church in Danla.FRIENDSHIP. HOUSE in liberty City. 2 bed- k

'f. I I rooms with extra corner lot, $995 I 17351 Homestead Ave.
BAPTIST down, $80 per month. Call brokerat
I I .. . : : !: I PL 4-4484 or evening MO : Perrine, Fla. j
I Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor .- ... 71304.
\ Claudia Wilson, reporter ; ."l1 Ph. CE 5-5288 MO 1-1945
r We had a lovely Sunday School '';. # sole style. Almost new. Will con take AiS
beginning at 9:30 a.m. Our devotional .
t the $150. Call PL 861'18.OO'I"I'LED .
0 ; services throughout .j

I day ,were spiritually. high. Bro. ......,' I
GAS. Deep fryer used
I wfllUm Slater .iII, I .< 30 days like Phone FRanklin BRAND NEW
; new.
'{ ;
messages. Morning text ., ;: '. ..t ; 31238.
theme "Words have power but Lv
; nobody's word Is like God's word." .4 x Beautiful,3Bedroom.
I .
: Household furniture beds
i ': 'The evening text was St. Luke J ,.. .
.. dresses, and other items. 1228 W.
1: 1.
l 8:2, ,theme "Talking about Jesus. .t j .
1 ; .
;:, Ave., Miami Beach.
,I I' 'There were five members connected .I !.,;,',;f"i",\,:; ; Hardwood Floor

I to the church. We were 1. ------,.....-.... ....... ..-
grateful for our visitors. We want .H. .: "; FOR RENTA I Garage'
them to know they were welcome MRS. MAYME WILLIAMS
in our midst. MRS. ESTHER SCOTT, Chairman Speaker at 11 a.m. Open Sun. to S p.m,
..'. t Queen of (Court of Gardenias family of four would like to
- i Our pastor and a large number PANEL AT 7:30: P.M. rent a 2 or 3 bedroom house. Call CAPPER

I of our members were out of All roads will lead to St. James "The Team Approach to Mrs. Elizabeth Randall, phoneNE CONST. CORP.
town to the state Convention. AME Church 36129.
Sunday April 20 Christianity" is the theme of the
I But we who were here carriedon for the occasion of the Tenth panel discussion during the 7.30pjn. : I 2010 N.W. 56th. SL
; In Jesus name.JEHOVAH'S Annual Woman's Day celebration worship service. Mrs. W. H. TWO" BEDROOM APT. with
o I Beginning with the Sunday Jamison, a member of St. James stove and refrigerator. Bus No.
j WITNESSES, School which (will convene and Dean of Girls at ,Booker T. 24 passes door at 2943 NW 46th
promptly at 9.30: ajn.,.Miss Annie Washington High School will St Phone FR 93576.<<
q \. Final travel arrangements were Mae Jackson, a teacher in our serve as moderator. The theme 2 HOUSES ON 1 LOT'
I made by Bennie Crump, preside Sunday school will serve in the will be explored as follows: "The FURNISHED ROOM. Cooking 'NEAR 69th ST.
ing minister of the Miami West capacity of superintendent All of Home: Mrs. Francis Carter; The facilities and use of home. 1986>>
Unit as he and a delegation of the classes will be taught by the Church: Mrs. Blanch Dean; The NW 67th St Call NE 41290. $1,995 Down
30 Jehovah's Witnesses plan oi of the church.
women School Mrs. Evelyn Mincey The i
attending a Christian assembly to Mrs. Mayme Williams, will deliver Community: Miss Marie White. FURNISHED!! APT. 1870 NW 55th
be held at the Lake Ridge Community the address during. the 11 Youth challengers to these speakers Terr. Call NE 5-0010 after 4:30: Partly furnished CBS, 2 bedroom%

auditorium in Lakeland, am. service. Mrs. Williams, is the are:' Marcia Johnson and Bet p.m. [Florida Room front, 1' bedroom
April 11 to 13. chairman of the Guidance Council I
ty Jean Kelly. During this service CBS rear. $14,500 total. A must
I Mr. at Booker T. Washington many of the Christian women ROOM for single man. Private 'set!
Crump said, "This con
High School a member of the
home entrance.
of our church and commun- private
'vention is
to further worldwide
AKA Sorority and is one of the
', ity will participate on the pro Phone PL'9-0498.
,Bible education being carried on original members of President $8,990 Total$1,990Cash

by Jehovah's Witnesses in more Dwight D. Elsenhower's Whit gram. ROOM--opa Locka. For couple. '
than 194 countries." Church solicits
House Committee on Education. The Friendly
; Call NA 4-1583 after 6 .
-,----- _....:-.......-__..__.- your presence throughout the p.m.I Month
More, than 600 persons are expected dart I $75
I BEDROOM:. AFT. Furnished.
attend the assembly. ___
Bible discourses and playlets will #. 1.MRS. >- Phone NE 3-2229, 1847 NW 53th Large 4-bedroom, 1 bath. Partly:
be presented, to further Interest Newly Baptised to Terr. Mrs. Crawford. furnished. See Investigate

in the Christian ministry and the
I New World Society.: Make FiratCommunion HELP WANTED 'SPANKING NEW

$1,490 Cash
\Another outstanding program BARBERS. for newly remodeled
F as scheduled for Friday evening shop. Apply 1486 NW 5th place. Beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 batik CBS*
I ; at 6:45 pjn.. when after a warm The class of 17 students who easy payments.
welcome to the delegates, the t were baptized at the Vigil Ser- OPPORTUNITIES for Negro men
public Bible speaking .class and vice at Holy Redeemer are to received and women. We pay as you learn. CALL OH VISIT
ministry-development class will First Holy Communion on Phone FR 41561. Gold, Coast
be in session.Saturday Sunday, April 20. Realty

4 the 12 a special talk w This Sunday the ancient Cath WANTED 4301 N.W. 2nd Av*
will be given to baptism candi olic ceremony for Low Sunday, PL 4.8509
dates.. the 17 new Catholics will put SELZNO! AVON is easy. 10 representatives -
aside their white baptismal robesin to be appointed Immediately

which they were baptized on Excellent opportunity.
MEN'S DAY AT Call FR 1-6407 for appointment.
Holy Saturday night.
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MT. (\ZIONThe The new Catholics are as follows WANTED

: EXPERIENCED beauty operatorCHARM tfnt4 '

Zion Baptist Laymen's Church League'is sponsor.of Mt Walter Patrick Moreland, Nar- BEAUTY SALON
.17 N.W. Second Ave
big Men's Day on ,April, 27 The villa James Farmer Rufus Cenvltnt ;
-- Hughes, Cornelius James, Ralph Shoppe
speaker for the morning service Nice i
Location .
will be Dr. William IL Gray IDA M. WRIGHT James, Daniel Schofield, Garfield Call FR 4-8722 .
pastor .of Bright Cochalrman Christopher Jackman, Juliette
Hope Baptist
Church Philadelphia. Dr. Gray *... f Queen 'lof Court of Roses Peltier, Brenda Anderson Brenda Beatrice Moor, Prop.

was formerly president of. Florida Schofield, Paula Wyche, Cecelia We build
Is member of the according to
Added University. She a YWCA VonCilt James, Naomi Mary
ru The Links, and a former president > Farmer, Alicia Jackson, Lottie your plans or oars
Evening service will' feature an of the National PTA Con- Elizabeth James, Medina Rose For Sale
by Builder No down
outstanding panel on "The Implication , Kress. < 0 Carney. payment
of, the Recession. ,Panel She is an ardent church, civic 1545 N.E.151st Tory
member are.Atty. Henry Arring-I and social worker. Mrs. Williams Use.,our lot.

'ton Dr. G. W. Hawkins; Carl W (tis also the wife of the Illustrious J. B. SMITH N. Miami Beach 91r
Rbetta. It Emory R. Jaduon; .f principal of Booker T. Wahlngtoo. Now S'Bodroom CBS I7
Daniel &; Rev. Randolph Charles Williams. Some of the Priced" Right at ,'2.tto rov
1 ,).nd''' Anthony i Gardl-+ city's most outstanding personalities ELECTRICSERVICE $2.600 Down (!)@(2

net, session will begin at will share In the fellowship WIN coMldor your clear lot M 100
73O p hn. of the service during this part payment' % Ffoaaciaf '

worship ,period.WOMAN'S Electrical. Contractor Build homo on your lot NE 54171
You rdIaUi invited Mat
worship us both services DAY TEA HOUSEWIRING QtftWaI' SuUdlaS. Contractor
.-41, ann. 720 P.O. onSun
day, Ap I Mrs. Margaret' "Reynolds Is In "Don't CUM Call m": ,D&W Construction. 1111 NW -ttth. it. Miami I'
charge d. the program for the
- II I I David is president tnd annual Woman's Day Tea PHONE ,NRS3GSor '. ..Company I

wk Brooks, vice from .4 to 0 p.m. A most interestIng ht or Day 405 Pacific Wdf. I
n hour of fellowship Is in store !
u paw Miami Phone 1.1583 JOIN THE
r, ham, ( for persons attending this affair. FR NAACPt

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CARD OF THANKS THE MIAMI TIMES *Tb e Peoplee' Newspaper"

CARDS.MEMORIALS The family of the late I I SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1958 PAGE IS

h" '....'",: .. ."','u. _r

I Catherine Walthour of 2309 W. Francis
. .
MEMORIAM I CARD OF THANKSThe fth Ct., Hlaleah, died April 15.

IIN but loving memory of family of the late Arrangements are Incomplete. Infant girl of Mr. and Mrs.
mother and mother-in- MRS. ELIZA PERRY Candy Hayes of 2106 NW 3rd Ct
wishes to express heartfelt appreciation No. 104 died April 1 at JacksonHospital.
+'r a tir
y Burial was held on
for the expressions o Richardson ,. '
'vjnpathy extended during the It April 9 at Dade County Cemetery.Mrs. .
r Tobias McKinney, 337 NW 10th
Bereavement We wish to acknowledge -
St., passed at home after a per
thank those Who
and Retha Scott of 4630 NW
lod of illness on April 14. Servicesto
-nt cards, telegrams, floras and ; k
24th court. died April 4 at her
'ther expressions of sympathY. wa be condccted: on April 19 from
the chapel at 11 a.m. with Rev. home. Funeral services were held
'Profound appreciation Is also ex-
April 14 at Mt. Sinai
A. D. Hall officiating. Burial in Monday,
ended to the Rev. Edward T
Church at 2:30 Rev
Lincoln. Mr. McKinney leaves a
'raham Mt. ZIon
and Baptist
S. A Thomas officiating. Sur-
son, Rev. Melvln a
Church, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
grandchild vivors are Albertha Ware,
daughter-in-law, 13
Range of Range Funeral Home.
daughter 10 grandchildren: 10
ren, 33 great grandchildren. He ;
Moses L Perry and Family nieces
leaves several other relatives great grandchildren, five ,
I two nephews and a host of other
- CARD ,OF THANKSWe relatives. Interment at Lincoln.
Please Donner, 340-B NW 14th ,
the family of the late, st. died in the Veterans Administration I'
BACCUS ARLINE Hospital In Coral Gables Mrs. Violet Frazier of 1320 NW
employ' this method to express ... on April 13. Funeral services to 2nd court died on April 10 at her
I iur sincere and humble gratitude'or be held on Staurday, April 19 'at home. :Service: was held on April
all Kindness and expressions MR., WILLIE GOLDSMITHwho 2 p.m. Burial will be In Lincoln. 18, 2 p.m. at Mt. Olive Baptist
">f sYm'PIthyshown us during our died April 2, and was laid to Funeral services in the chapel. Church, Rev Mlckins officiating.
recent bereavement. rest on April 8, takes this method She Is survived by her husband,
Many thanks for the numerous of expressing thanks and appreciation William, Mrs. Remilda Rolle,
; ards, telegrams and floral pieces. to the many friends James Edgecomlbe, 1430 NW 1st mother} four sisters, Bertha Alexander *
Special thanks to Richardson's who were' so kind during his illness Ct., died April 14 in Paravllla Marlon Brown, Delphlne
Mortuary, Rev. S. A. Thomas and and death. Thanks for ,your Convalescent Home. Arrangements Johnson and Mary lUllS; five
-- members of Mt. Sinai Baptist cards, letters, telegrams, 'flowers, are incomplete. I I nephews, one niece and other
MRS. DAISY BUTLER+ Church, and to the many neighbors cars and other kind gestures of relatives. Interment at, Lincoln.
and friends who did muchto sympathy. Baby Lorenzo Donald, son
who departed this life April 19, I
of Mr. and Mrs. James Donald
1957.One. relieve our sorrow. May God ]
has passed since left bless each one In His special way Special thanks to Dr. K. L. 1423ft NW 3rd ave. apt.; 2, I
year you Mrs. Effie Arline, sister Pharr, Dr. S. M. Frazier and El* In Christian Hospital on April 14.I I Drive Carefully
us 'lott J. Pleze. Burial 18. '
on ,April
My heart still aches with sadness Mrs. Gladys Harvey, sister i
My eyes have shed many tears Mr. Farnell Arline, brotherMr. Again, thanks to everyone for
God alone knows how I miss you Eddie Arline, brother everything.Mrs. .
So shall my walk be close with Baccus Arline m, son Rosabell GoldsmithAnd OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
God Annette Arline, Family
Calm and frame I Janette Arline, twin Dghts.
serene my
So purer light shall mark the road I I SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
That leads me to the Lamb. Belated CondolenceWe PSYCHIC READERLet

May she rest In peace. the two nieces and nephew DEATHSRange
Bloneva Gaiter, daughter
9f the late
Robert Gaiter son-in-law
sincerely mourn the deathf
IN MEMORIAMIn our departed aunt, who pass- . r
sad but loving remembrance ,,d a few days ago, but whose
of our darling1 mother and wife, :'eath was a shock to all of 'us. Mrs. Ethel RoHe of 2323 Rollle
MELROSE GLASS To the sister, sons and friendsf St., Hollywood, died at Jackson
who departed this life April 19, our dear aunt: Sleep on ,dear Hospital on April 11 Survivorsare
1935. :unt, and take your rest; we lov- her ion Cecil Curtis, who is
Earth has lost Its look of gladness jd you, ,but God loved you best. here attending the final rites; a
Heaven seems to us more bright Mrs. Essie Dean sister, three nieces and three
Since the spirit of our dear (Mrs. Annie EverettMr. nephews. Services were conducted -
One took her happy homeward James Vicers at Bethany Seventh Day
flight.] All former Miamians, now of Adventist Church, Elder Rock
Sadly missed, by all who loved Sew' York City. officiating, on April 17 burial was
her, conducted at Lincoln.
John Glass, husband CARD OF THANKSThe
Elese, Marion, and Atherla family of the late Mrs. Louise King, 1707 NW !
62nd Tern, died on Friday, April my years ef Experience guide and protect you through Life
CARD OF THANKSWe II, She is survived by her husband M a Lighthouse guides the ship In a storm
Hosla, a brother and other
the family of the later I :. - AI' .. relatives. Funeral services will be WHEN OTHERS PAIL YOU SEE ME

__..._ I I, ,...-""__ ... conducted on Saturday, April 19 For Success In Business And Lore
) at 3:30: p.m. at New Hope Baptist
Church with Rev. Brown CONSULT HERO -

officiating. Burial will be con- You can now have your home made happy

Y hv + ducted at Lincoln Park. 0 Get and' Hold the position you so long wanted

tor O Don't Stay in the rut get out now
Funeral se Adam O By the help of God she can help you
Maxwell, 1516 NW 192nd St. who

died on April 9 will be conductedIn Remove evil Influence, if you are tick, worried or ia
the April
a chapel on Saturday trouble
19 at 1 p.m. with Rev. A. J. Red-

dick officiating. I I It will pay you to call and see this GIfted Medium First

Y q Claude Coney, 2322 N. 5th Ave. Where thousands come yearly for help end advise, you toe tan
Hlaleah, was pronounced dead on be touched by this strange mysterious power
13 at the site of
Sunday, April
N accidental drowning in Miami WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe
i if Springs. Survivors are his wife same God who delivered Meets and the children ef Israel

t- Mary, and five children. He will of old Is still alive today and will open a way for you through
L be sent to Dublin, Ga. on April the troubled seas ef life. Let not him that Is blind lead yew or
? I 18 for final rites. .
you stumble with him.

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MR.. HENRY N. CLARKE, SR.I I Mrs. TopsM Silica, ozou ww ztui Do you doubt the existence ef things. because you cannot ee
thiit&TSTEH takes this method of thanking all Ave.. died at her residence oa them
of the kind friends, neighbors April 15. She is survived by a Wbat do you think ef the Invisible waves end sounds that make
and relatives for your cards, let* daughter Mrs. Ida Mae Swinton
HENRIETTA: THOMAS Wireless Telephone, Radio and Television' possible?
ten, telegrams, ,flowers and other I and other relatives. Chapel services -
wish at this time to express our gestures of sympathy. I will be conducted on April A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the darkssrth
sincere thanks to all friends and Special thanks to the officiating 27 with Rev. A. J. Reddick offi or womb ef Nature. THERE It AN "UNSEEN 'POWIA"Therefore
neighbors for their expressions of pastor Rev. T. C. Kelly Jr., the elating Burial will be conductedat
sympathy offered to us during the Bethell Williams Funeral Home Lincoln. acquaint yourself -
mess and death of our beloved and officers and members of the with the one who is an
wife, mother and grandmother. St. Paul AME Church. Miss Edith li a rri o 0114 NW authority. Whose private
To those who sent cards, letters I Mrs. Vera Clarke, wife 17th ave- died April 13. She was consultation will evolve
,telegrams, florals our heart Mrs. Eloyce Jennings, Dght. the victim of a highway accident yon '
felt thanks to you. Special Mr. Henry N. Clarke Jr., son In West Palm Beach. Survivorsare to a higher state of mind. L Nrr
thanks to Rev. Tanner, officers of her mother, Mrs. Gertrude
the Florida East, Coast Association Demon a 3-year-old son, and j All Information is f.j
and members of Mt.'Calvary MONEY? other relatives. Chapel services
Baptist Church for their rallied NEED will be conducted April 21 at 2 j Strictly Confidential ,
assistance during our hour of sor I Then Hurry to,The p.m. with Rev.. A. L. Shipp off
row. Thanks to the House of Al- ciating. Burial will be conducted Office Hours:" 9 aja/-4 p.m.

bert for its courteous services Jamaica Candle ShopAt at Lincoln. I Sunday: 10 to 1 p.m.
rendered. Thanks again to everybody -
for everything, and may God 6664 N.W. 15th Are. Charles. Wowu ..., wie 7monthold Don't Write-Call In( Person
bless you all. son of Mr. and Mrs., Charles
Rev. E. M. Thomas husband Where hundrtds are being helped Woods of 268 NW 11th st, apt. DAILY READING $ .00 UP
Sally Thomas Hartfordand weekly from the Jamaica Blessed 227 died at Jackson Memorial
Daisy Lewln daughters Oil.. and the Mystery dream seal Hospital on April 14. Besides his i 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

Emily Myers, niece, JAMAICA SAM, Prop. parents be is survived by hIt I
Brooklyn N.Y. Come write or Call grandparents of Kingstree, S. C. MADAM HUNTER
Charlie Thomas, son PL a.1I54 Today where he was sent on Thursday
And Family Indf night for final rites and burial. I 16S7 N.W. 73rd St. Miami

Ernestine Robinson the month I
old daughter of Mrs. Rosa Mae
Have th.Wond.rful
you NW 72nd St.,
change Robinson of 1430
died at home on April 13. Chapel I
Blng mad at REGISTER
CEMETIRYf services were conducted April 15 Our Clarified Columns Get Fast Result:
EVERGREEN with Ac*. A. J. Reddlck oifldatInj. -
Go out thre and *.. TODAY I.
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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People Newspaper" you. submusti see and beat him, Thank You'I '
I for he stuff. wish to thank the many
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL. 19, 1958 Broward friends who came to my rescue
NOW JUST WHY did I Jot due to fire which destroyed my
r down the names of B. B. King, County apartment on Saturday, March..8,.
Blanche Calloway, Satch Robinson 1958. ,i
is and Vickie Copez on my note Newsby Thanks again and. may God..
bless all of you.
J"ISIi2 Yy Miriam Russell
249 NW 16th Terrace ;
,, t FOR SALE Walter Bow Miami, Fla.
i me o'fype6tj .


Stanley Sweeting Men's Day at Ward's Chapel in I
STATION great success
aBt Hallandale was a
Sunday, April 13. Proceeds will ,
f o THE LARRY 8TEELE troupeTt lores MdLaughlln, the. town's With (garage for repair go towards the new church
i is down for a night club engageen youngest and most attractive female building now in progress.
i went hereabouts and his chorus embalmer, goes into busi- 20 years in same plAce
cuties lot. The gals C. W. H. Chamber of Com-
m are a sexy ness for herself as planned. The ,
ht have plenty on the ball. youthful mortician is presently a Due to illness, all equipmentat merce will meet at the home of
Ellis King, 5001 SW 17th st. All
Francis Funeral Home fixture.
: G' :BERT WALLACE end his low prices members are asked to be presentat

.. se crow con t!nue t oX ROLAND DONATHAN, the 8:30 April 20.
1 : rate the sweetest Bahamian' had 'a cable call from Come and see for yourself
Nassau under the' Many thanks to everyone who
r combo along the on Thursday CHICO'S participated in the after Easter
I classification of 'urgent' but the i J\\UdtntJ\1ge\ \
I t 1 night club circuit visitor had already shoved off for Fashion Show on Monday night
SERVICE STATION April 14 at Faithful Temple in
despite two New York City on a two weeks
j I
Washington Park, 5431 SW 15th THE LIGHTER BOURBON
I I; substitutes in the k jaunt. Cor N.W. 5th Ave. & 9th St., St., Altheria Martin, president; Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey $Yn.Old
[ I outfit. are Replacements the- SO SLOW WAS the purchase I Vera Shelton, secretary; Eleanor ee Proof.CAocient) Ail Dist.Co.,Frankfort ff.

saxist and drummer ing of expensive Easter Lillies Bowe and Monica Jolly, sponsors.
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I spots formerly from the ofay shops, the flower <<{2Xt
? I held by merchants had to be content with
I their choice five and six
And peddling
'. J tamp)
. !, respectively.Martin and Tubby Covington, dollar pot late merchandise that evening.for 99 centsa Fair Realty is Easy to Buy FromVISIT

", RAPHU WILLIAMS hat two' EDNA GRANT'. Illness fore-
'I,,' white attendants working In his ed her to miss the follow-up business OR CALl TODAY. . PL 7-1645
: .. Y, employ. They assist at his service meeting oft the Gardenia :
:' I" stations and serve on ambulance Circle Club, the group she heads
::'1;,. calls. Tde integrated staff works at president. But the 20( members
I '\.;' i. cooperatively with no rebuffs strong org voiced approval of the --
\ f,"+; from, either group. success the club enjoyed during 'c1
'. ,1'1 its Easter Tea In the Fiesta Roomof
:'e:, ',:t{ THREE SQUAD CARS ,hurried the Mary Elizabeth Hotel
I : I}.', to a call last week only to April S. Bessie Turner, 348 NW I
, .,', ti-1k find that a fraternal Mason had 8th st., played hostess to the I I
i '. put the call thru in resentment meeting, with the next assembly
't'; r, to a Jester who was toying around going down to Coconut Grove to I
with the lodge's secrets. The of- meet with LIllIe Terrell. I
"f i' fleers ruled that the matter was _
'. 'fI a case for the lodge to settle, TWO MEN will swap wives
since it was not a civil or criminal tonight when the Earl Sawyer
action. stage drama plays the Modern -1- ir'I
Theatre for 3
-- performances.
r I
o CITY COMMISSIONER James "Swapping Wives" has been book- II I J 14
1\\ High had several hundred tickets ed for Friday and Saturday witha .
printed for distribution to MI- cast that promises realistic en i 1a '
ami's youth, who are 17 years or tertainment. You won't believe
I under, to see the Miami Marlins- what you see when you see it,
; :, Rochester Red Wings game at Mi- and you can't believe what you t
: :;, ami Stadium on Saturday afternoon hear when you hear it, but by at Pa.u.
all means dont miss It.

I FRIENDS ARE deeply concerned DR J. KENNETH '. I
i about the welfare of tall assistant, Naomi Marshall, returned .
and shapely Arlene Dixon, who, home Wednesday night I
they say, is confined to a north from Valdosta, Ga., where she WHY PAY RENT ?
state hospital. I spent two weeks> at the bedsideof
her .grandmother, who is des- ;.;
MRS. L. E. THOMAS, wife 'of perately ill. A sister, Delores, will I

the the municipal hard-working judge females, Is soliciting among- return this weekend. ,I BRAND NEW 3BedroomCBS,- HOMES 2 Left

membership for the Young. I t DURING'THE. : .I .TRq. of vl II' .. n NO_ QUALIFYING. NO. CLOSING. u. COSTS. MOVE_ RIGHT. IN _
oieas Christian Association sting; ceieomies ai: the Jim Jam 'I uo noi fail TO see these custom bUilt homes located Dn the waterfront,
I Club last Saturday pee emm, I I 1881 1885 N.W. 155th St., Opa Locka. Open for inspection this
l SUSIE EVE closed her business Rocking Rogers, the disc jockey, Sunday 1-6 See your ,
t all day Wednesday to attend who occupied the same table I p.m. Andy Tracy.ONLY
'I the funeral of her mother-in-law. where WMBMs King Colemansat -
} The deceased was the mother of got the nods while Coleman, Real Beauties
K Leon Gresham. unrecognized, just ate and ate 1 Mortgage $
and ate. Total
HADDA BROOKS, the Inter. Until. Paid Off 79S DOWN $12,995Priced
national singer-pianist star, was SO IMPRESSED was the Heal Low
Barry Gray's radio guest just one Washington-Chamblee 'showoff
J' hour before she put in a personal last Thursday night, the blues
queen had to her
appearance as ringside guest import dad
at the Jim Jam Club last Saturday down pronto, to "save his baby" NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOMES LIVE RENT FREE
,4 night. The sultry singer was from further humiliation. Dinah
introduced her father to her
applauded no end. We have several new CBS duplexes
I and audience the following night, t Brown Sub and Liberty City. No east of N.W. 17th Ave. Priced
hung around for
pop added
IP MARY BRITT, the model,
lands that Bonded Collection days as an apparent precautionary I qualifying, no closing cost. right. City water, new area.
measure. ,.....
Agency clerical post, she'd be
sepia female No. 3 employed by THE MOST hilarious act THIS IS IT! SLEEPER!111! New area, off NW 17th Ave, between
the rental agency's firm. Already along the night club circuit is the t NW 54th St. 12th to 17th
Maybelle Hill and Hazel Nelsonare nightly cutups of Chlckle Horn $695 DOWN HURRY, MOVE t Ave. See us first. We have several
on the company's staff. In his role of Madam Effie
RIGHT IN 2 and 3 bedroom
ThrocWbottom, Chlcltie brings CBS homes in
SEPIA MIAMI will find down the house every showtime., Permastone stucco home off N.W. this beautiful area for the particu
people. dying much faster if De- He's a de/inlte cure for what ailsI 12th Ave. Near flW 62nd St. 3 bed. lar buyer who can afford a sub
i : "" rooms, 2 porches, separate. Jiving stantial down payment.:

t room, dining room, kitchen, bath,

.J TV SICK ? I city water. $20 week !pays all. $15 PER WEEK

; Pays All for this completely furnished
CBS and stucco
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. CARPORTE. home. Separate living room, dining

SAME DAY SERVICE 62x140 lot, 4% mortgage including City room,water kitchen, bath with shower.
Insurance And taxAs. No extra costs. paved'reet and sidewaJJcs. -
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Priced at only $12,995 with $2,500 Close to shopping and buses
Clean inside
down. Has dining !jare*. Can bring and outside. 6% mort
income. gage. Total price only $8,295. We
Picture Tube
Special need $1,600 down. This priced

i 1 f inch-. $22.9S 21.lncb-$29.95: home one of best deals ever.

{ Do you have pi.lot in Brown {Sub or
l'i' r" LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN Liberty City? !Trade for new 3. We have several good buys Edi.

r Converters For Channel 17- $16.50 bedroom in Brown Sub or Liberty ann ce',ter. Frame 2 bedroom m
f, City. Use your Iftt as A down pay clean $1,495 down. CBS '
''. ;. Used 17-inch TV-Good condition $39.95 ment. No other cent*. 3 bedrooms; 2 baths, $1,995.REALTY .ranch'

r RADIOS REPAIRED-Bring It In for quick service


Vets Radio & TV Co.
We ant open every j day 9 r 9 .-Including Sundays

: r 939 N.W. 3rd Ave. 201 N.W. 6ud Street Phone PL 7.1645

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