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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: April 26, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028321
Volume ID: VID00595
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 2264129
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. ,... 1 I TAM. ,daughter ud .*av relation public cf,I Ballal Anna Mrc. termr: teeoad
photo. ndu fun children two Jlims Margaret 'hesdipg interjection the entered Caro- his,! 23rd: ,
Mrs. ,wife the are Surviving, and signal blinker the garded NW 6208 of 39 Minis James chairman Sampson Addle Mrs. a serve. to' election For Wright.
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1zfharee.Home Funeral Range the
lob a was pool swimming thought and ,
f of the
Hospital. Jackson disre- apparently st 44th NW st. 41st director executive is BTaylor' Mary: and Brown Marie Cox
J -cabana the in visitors frequent were Delgados two The City.1\-\.will Church Baptist John St at ,laterat hours few a died daughter 3060 of ,26 ,Jackson 'W. Henry and ave. 22nd NW at automobile< Louise A., Mrs. Administration. .Beatrice Barnett. Sawyer, dolyn
York New of Juana Tia ,,daughter and Delgado !Estelle I n:afternoor Monday for scheduled his and instantly killed was ,'"Pie" d said I Investigators Sheriff's their into smashed and signal on Committee Branch the Gwm-,Baker::!. Dorothy Yaeger
Mrs. were Hotel John Sir the t at visitors lovely Recent as known. popularly Mims hospital. the to car Mims' i blinker red a ran car a when Directorsand of Board Association Sarah Johnson Espy Elizabeth
beer have services Funeral I manslaughter.Mr.with charged of occupants other four sent that, Saturday last death met daughter Total the for Central from both Mesdames\ ;terms new rpng gi
r L Jean Barbara and Jr. James I'been has Jackson st 41st on west accident the of victims were old six-year his and father A them receiving upon promptly be- board branch b the to election
ballots return to reminded for personnel qualified highly
art members voting branch All of ballot following, the
large. at membership -announces,coordinating Dean Blanche}
Crash Auto in Killed 2 the \from Smith} Illinois Mrs. Mrs. and Butler Alice Mrs.: with

,.and.Alice Mrs.Jones,Lindsey Helen\ Mrs.Henrietta Dean Mrs. Committee Nominating The ;"

Clark Theresa Mrs. and board I ELECTION' FOB BALLOT '

: ,the \from Amos Florence. Mrs. Mrs. and McNeal _
Clark. Theresa
contractors the and laborers, College. planned.lyn been has Church ,.AME WYCHE; CHARLES I.Carey Albertha Mrs.} Annette Mrs. ,Lindsey Henrietta-!'
betweenthe agreements Present ofBethuneCookman president. Moore V. R. Dr. l Bethel Greater of Cousin A S.I '.- T.Toodman Dena Mrs. :includes tommitte Mrs.. ,Jr ;Yaeger Carl Mrs.' ,Dean
.introducedby)?'be will Brawley Dr. Rev by read Dedication, nominating 1958 the for Slate , Kate Mrs. :are ,Amos Mrs.-
"much. as FSTA. the of Teachers: -Litany the with program inspiring Blackshear. Ina Mrs. and Ward 'with committee the on Serving
increasedjust certainly: has us to Retired of Department the for an service dedicatory its **> 30. April before-
living' of cost The position. their in COUSIN A. S. REV ;I -
luncheon a at speaker keynote tHe
or on" reservations dinner{( their"
unjust\ and :unrealistic being are '
students.For their of welfare
College :
be will Atlanta -- make to reminded are Friends
contractors' the feel year"e\\ :past presidentmark,Brawley James Dr. the t of promotion the to voted; preside.:-
the over crafts building - ,
trades proved
da- have staff and faculty
will chairman branch Roberts :D.
other: the all granted boosts wage -
administrators Her ndeavors. '
'S'Sh; Marie Miss ":ch] Re World and
considerable the of view "In :said competitive and educational Ji: Roots "Deep ,theme Convention

Wiliams Ross President Union growth phenomenal: of evidences. -National recent YWCA's' the, in
fyt shown has body student her
mands. -center will message whose Church
de just considered they what -history brief Dade's' North During I AME, Bethel Greater' of pastor
Cousin A. S. Rev. be will
enforce to took it long however
site. school::: the of improvement 'occasion tte} t for speaker Guest cies.
for Job the off stay to
t the in results fruitful vrojght: ? agen- related and YWCA Miami
r { = determined were they that doubt no program J ,
t has beautification 2,000; :
p P y t membersleft and officials Union a : the of president Bishop, ( Barco
of initiation The
t ... J. Mrs. by greetings Amos Mrs.
f A( t { modern most the vith
'i-4v' tion. by directed selections musical
Y Yr.1R ii- equipped fully are .r s.
dings )
k 1 that nri T
w ossifica: lowest the for hourly include will features Program
$1.58$ is laborers construction spacious and beautiful line year. YWCA'

I for scale wage Present 1958. ,1 of boasts and tract acre .. of occasion highlight this share
.Oct.)( cents 7' and 28 April cents 10 andjnehalf ten a on situated is .ocka. e again to expected are agency
f'I payable! ,agreement one-year a . a;O of community: growing ast the of friends and Members
f'f f itt. .. r?on increase wage 17-cent a to ing i : the in located High Dade North y ; t- chairman. meeting annual Amos

i 'agree contractors those for only. Florence Mrs. by announced
;time that L as Elementary Wheatley
after work will aborers: School .
It -prind.L is Jr. Wyche D. harles::
that contractors notify to Phyllis of cafetorium the in
school. $1.200,000$ ss!< ,
I-membership the by instructed was the of 1:45p.m.: 2 May Friday held be will
U '-Rubin Bernard Manager Business ceremon- dedication the vitness YWCA Branch Murrell of Meeting
and in participate to
terests. shortly. start to due assemble and Dinner Annual 15th
H In- private to sale for land the construction new contemplated lay i cast. will} who wishers well and riends .auditorium High Dade North
f :. freeing out, taken being clause de- and County Dade In struction -Improperly as invalidated was ballot :One dignitaries. of hosts house pm.the 8 at 28 April Monday On ,
'1' the for $29,000$ pay to agree con- major all practically: halt a 27. April midnight after work MeetThe Annual 15th
a i' would city the said Beall Mr. to bring would duration any to refusing of favor in 0 to 1284

- .sition. laborersof the by stoppage work A showed vote the balloting half Home. i
, propo losing a become might and "us. between a and hour an of end the At Funeral Range, the by arranged Dedicated be '
t built being were which courses >gap> the bridge not could chapter. being are rites military full
private three from ; -negotiations farther that evident was Florida South arrangementswith Funeral Morley. Announces Murrell
Contractors General
I[ competition increasing faced course golf it and explicit most "was said the from increase wage no Clementine, Mrs. and Pratt to High
the because land the sell to pared Rubin IS.- April made crease in agreementwith one-year a of offer -,Lillian Mrs. grandmothers two and School Dade
pre- be to wanted city the said wage no of offer last Their rejectedan unanimously ,ave. 2nd Audrey brother,, a by survived Lauderdale. commis- axon Maxwell ;recorder
-." Beall Mr. integrated. been had proposal.) reasonable NW 816 at hall meeting the ed is Morley) parents his Besides Fort and Jacksonville Daytona Dunn T. Booker ;guard inner\
up ,I ,
course club, country the,that witha come not would tractors overflow who 478 No. Local Army. the into over won which Clearwater in Jones Osborne ;esquire ,
mentioned Beall Egbert attorney) con- the clear became it until Laborers of members 1300 Some going before School High North $1,200,000$ held be will session next, The OliverHprt;treasurer Terrell' west:!
city the or trustees the Neither considered not was actions such -Washington T. Booker attended ,RIsby. Haywood!, Wilson ;president vice 3rd Gonzalez Leon
it )into emphasizing said ., wages. higher for 28 April Miamiannd native a was hap.Morley Ben Perry, O. W. Maultsby ;president vice second ,Walker
written clause purpose"' '"publfcf -representatives union area this in laborers Monday: : : on projects construction ... Fred James Tony' Powell Jerry ;president vice Mather)

the with $1945 in city tostbe land construction general by stoppage work area oft 'walk to overwhelmingly: mis% the In negligence any was: could harness his before 'injured? were others 137 John, :trustees following the and D. president.; Bethune Albert

the deeded trustees The *.*parpes. first continued.the be will This' voted Hall Longshoreman's the I been there if determine to t launched windfilledparachute his caught ground said Official Ky. ,Campbell Ft. recorder, acting Garrison Jack :officers lowing

public! a "for used be. whilenegotiations contract without_ tinned t tI nightat Tuesday meeting special ed 101st the has of Battlegroup Investigation An the.near winds shifting and tricky at drop air mass a in Wednesday ;;asst. Kendricks ,Lee ;sessions fol- the installed and election.
-10wed.,1ftUt is course golf the which on Airborne when zone drop the from away killed paratroopers five the of social of ,,master Dixon Mack conductedthe also Reynolds
coa- has Work 31. March : Jam-pack a 502nd the from were .
expired: at
laborers Union jump ; ;
athletics Stokes Thomas erties gave
land the\ that restriction% the draw rocks and trees Into blown was one was St 52nd NW 3359 of greetings.Mr.and sessions
with- would they said Fund t.mat idled the in participatfflg Troops Division Airborne 101st famed -Morley Albert Mrs. and Mr. of son '' Lib- Civil of commission Stokes attendedthe, Secretary Press, Grand
Improve Internal the of trustees the of member proud a Morley ',21 Morley F. Elliott Private I Q. Joe ;general Bridgewater Claiborne Clay and LIberties
the city the of request the At Monday tIt------ - Shedrick ,;chaplain Rogers D. J. t.': Rightsza
rrojectsv} purpose public other.: ;auditors Jones :Isaac and Keys Civil of commissioner:< ,Reynolds

.bufldla: la used be must ceeds Jomn Parachute Trade in Dies Miamian Claude ;herd junior of Hobson officers national Two
pro any that and price reasonable -commissioner McCalL Sam :asst 1936. in Coda in ed
s rs r and fair for be would land t -Washington Tony ;education at Lion elect- first was He term. 23rd his
the of sale that\ agree must. city toStrike Laborers Union for elected was Bethune Albert
' *U' that specified Collins PAGES SIXTEEN 1958 6.26 APRIL SATURDAY ,FLORIDA MIAMI 35 NO. ,YEAR 35th winter. past the during
sale. tM t'.permit-to action e ._ distress much so caused which
>weel this! agreed( Cabinet : .. - ;-- -- setbacks physical other
i. and freeze
1 a h T interests- 'private' city the .a quietly been l I I golf owned l"pst i { fr; mm, the after I Elli in Mntamar No et Mntantnr Tempera -- the despite condition best

prop- the 8n to moves jfe Is 'had Bead West of course :[1 weetaj... two Just Tallahassee order the showed reports e InTh
;-,i m -- years., 33 in
session best their held Daughters
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.' THE MIAMI:'TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" Tea

PAGE 3 SATURDAY APRIL, 26, 1958 Bishop Nichols found Sunday for

: '. ; Guilty Second Time Urban League

The Greater Miami Urtban
League Guild, invites the public
< .. By George A. Singleton man, Washington, D. C. to attend a membership tea on
Attorney for the church was Sunday, April 27 at the Flamingo -
By DAVE (Mr. Swing)' BONDU PIHIiAlXEIIPHIIA (ANP: ) J. Austin Norris, assisted by: the Room in the Mary Ellabeth
.. The suspended Bishop p. Ward
""""' '''"' Rev. Ezra M. Johnson, Hot ,
Hotel from'JUto 7. The Rev. S. A.
Nichols was tried the second time
Springs, Ark. For the suspended
I Itriend"and Cousin, pastor of Greater Bethel
tell them that when within a year by a Church Courtin Bishop Nichols, was represented
I AME< Church will be the speaker.
After the word Allen African M. E. Church
on by Atty. Ernest D; Jackson ofJacksonville
they go to the course be sure Musical participants on the program -
got around that April 15, and found guilty on all
that Fla.
their appearance is kept up. are Dr. Carl Yeager Jr.,
the Negroes charges and specifications, end
I've been out to the course every Mrs. Hazel G. Alfred, and the
according to law Atty. Lewis Tanner Moore,
could play golf, was suspended
day la the past week and have Bethune School
descendant of the immortal Elementary: faculty -
about 14 of us until the General Conference of
noticed men 'out there playing in chorus. Mrs. Melba James
weat out the !', 1960. Bishop Benjamin Tucker Tanner, ,
;'I-'''' overalls and cut up shoes with The charges Involved the misappropriation had to withdraw from the case chairman of the tea, will serve as
first day.. On the $
r '
their toes hanging out. It's dis mistress of ceremonies. Other
second day there of funds amounting because he is Roman Catholic, it
graceful. Also see to it that they I chairman assisting Mrs. Jamesare
were 11 on the:: to around $200,000, maladminis was reported and not of the
Howeveron don't take any whiskey bottles tration of the law and placing AME church. The same was true Mesdames Marion Muldrow
with them. Remember we asked Carl Yearer, Sr., Catherine Gibson
the weekendI'm burdensome assessments upon the of Atty, James C. LIghtfoot. i -
there for the rights to play golf everyday pastors; and people for his per- Bishop Nichols was not present Theresa Hubert, Carl: Yea-
sure so let's see to It that we don't sonal gain. in person. He will be calledto ger Jr., Evelyn Evans, and Mrs.
will be playIng -
mora persons
golf.many To those of :you who abuse that right. Father Gibson, The testimony by the witnesses answer another charge May: 8 Brooks. Mrs. Blanche Calloway,
has put out a call to all golfers a member of the Urban:
for the Church to at the Ruffin- Nichols AME
would like to learn: I suggest that was revealing
to donate a small offering so that Board of of Philadelphia, will
you come out to the course and the hundreds of ministers and Church, Philadelphia, for having
put a clUb in your hands and try Atty Graves can b 41 compensated laymen who had assembled from taken the Church to Civil Courton give the,purpose'of the Guild.
for his efforts In the
to learn one of the best pastimes golf case. having won all parts of the country. or about February 20 at New
la America, and Ifs healthful for The charges were signed by Orleans. I
:you too. If you don't bar : representatives of The First
clubs rent them at the, pro shop MRS. MARY EVANS' age 20, Episcopal District headed by Dr.
for $1.60 per day" Now that ;you is the proud mother of two child- J. S. Benn, and served by Pre- FOR SALE
can use the golf course everyday ren, a boy and a girl. Mrs. Evans siding Elder J. Winsmore Masonof
take advntage of it. Don't be like has been married to Eugene Evans the Philadelphia ,District Drug Sundry FountainNo
the kids I had on TV. They; ask- for three years. The reason for Bishop R. R. Wright, president of
ed for the show and when they this mention is that I think Mrs. the Council of Bishops, presidedas competition large population
got it,they didn't support it Now Evans is the youngest mother in judge, according to law. Established S years high profltt
about the club house. Up to now Dade County possessing a set of Other Bishops present included Machines pay rent, electricity
we are not at liberty: to use, but twins . There will be special S. L. Greene, Senior Bishop, Great opportunity for couple
maybe at ,a, later date It will be activities going on at the Mary: D. H. Sims and George W. Ba-j yS'YIii
at our disposal. In the meantime Elizabeth Lounge this weekendin ber. Bishop E. C. Hatcher was MIDWAY DRUGS
there la a snack bar at the start honor of the ,Florida a State chairman of the Trial Committee 17351 Homestead Ave.
er's point, and ;you can go In Teachers Association! From the which was composed of Drs. ,
Acre and eat, drink and enjoy looks of it, there won't be any- H. I. Bearden. Atlanta, Ga.; M. C Perrine, Fla.
yourself. You'll also find the thing in the lounge but women, Pollock Toledo, Ohio, Lutrelle G e
starters, Stan and Bob, to be very women, WOW. Lon;, Atlanta and O. J. Hay-I Ph. CE 6-5288 MO 1.1945
nice people. Vince Allen, is the THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
pro and he, too, will help you all A26 Ktntuck,StrtlsM Bourto Whisk*.Asti.'
he ten. See on the UP TO THIS point the townis M Proof.CAnckot
you course.
C .
: *
pretty quiet, so all that is left I Fnakfcrt.ftc
T8 for me to say is live life every .. I
OFF to Atty. G. E. golden minute of It. PEACE. PS.
Graves and the NAACP for their If you have been told that you
successful fight to "gain the right can't play golf Sunday a.m. April ,\" WELCOME F. S. T. A.
sad respect qt our people. With 27, it's because of a tournamentthat
out people like G. E., Dr. Ward,I was scheduled before the
O. W. ITawlklns' Rev. Gfceon course was integrated. .".-. Blanche
Rev. Graham and Lord knows I CallowayProudly
how many others, life wouldn'tbe I
worth living In the South.
However one thing is certain '
-it 1
Negroes and Whites can live together -
work together and play i / STUDDED REVUE
together. So why all the fuss. 01'
MIAMI At The 'Popular
at the Sir John, underwent operation I
last week. Margie is doing -
well and, should be home CARVERHOTEL JIM JAM CLUB
shortly. !rake'care' baby." . I tiTli
Pr" you heard th'* rat at therk'and '
r : Palace r" 'e Hammond 4 fl -,

cicanT Well his nauw is Sammy; '. 1900 N.W. 75th St. Phone PL 9-8651
Williams, and believe me, he can *
really swing. Drop in one nite
Week: B. J. Guilford . Pretty
Girl of the ,Wee: Rose Hardaway "Chickie Horn" Deitha

Hadley.CONGRATS. .,i. Doctor. of the Week: Howard LOW SUMMERWEEKLYRATES 1t Madam Effie Jamaica's. ChampionThrockbottom

Limbo Dancer

ARE In order for
West Palm Beach and its leading Vickie Copez Satch Robinson

Negro citizens. They, too won Teasing Shake Dancer Master of Ceremonies
fight with the city and can
play golf everyday: now. While Uwou9h
I'm on the subject. rd like all of $21.00 Per Person Johnny & MarshaDuet
the golfers to pass on to, their

Single Occupancy C Singing Sensation
$15.00 Per Person

Double Occupancy and pt uwtdd LUKE SALEMStar

ONLY usuonYa sa of Radio, Stage, Screen and TV

e7 oiatMq Look and sings like Tony Martin

Telephone shower Admission 50c ,. :
maid service, wall to wall Thurs., Fri, Sat and Sun. Adm. 75c

carpeting,. air conditioned,
'ST. .LOWS"BIDES' sun deck and lounge. SHOW TIME

Thursday ,.,.....................%...." 11 p.m.
April Friday and Saturday ...... 10:30-1-3

available above Sunday' ....' ................ 6t30-10:30-1
15 10:30
rooms p.m.
Special Surprise Guest Artists ,at ,Late
rates, from May 1 througl Saturday Show
November 15. Total'of 5 2

EARTHA Starring KITT rooms. MODERNTHEA Amateur Show Thursday Nite

PEARL BAILEY e Added Feature -Sack'Contest"Who
'COLE .r 'x
NAT "King" THE
CAB CALLOWAY .> Will LookBelt in a Sack?"



Plus on Screen

Bated on the life and songs. Scary Horror Picture"I And His Quintet
of W. C. Handy

.REGISTER Ca.n't Escape" We cater to private parties, organizations, dabs,
advance la admission
BO churches weddings dances
Admission 75c etc.


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':. ,f' '!' ': ; t' il: ';i' '1' J MIAMI TIMES "The peoples' Newspaper"
\ ; SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1958 PAGE lip

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4L91t1 Northwestern Sri
M High
y ;A } I M i ,; .'!;: .

,....:''',"t"'l.,.';'".."...,' ;);;I'i e inby

>I, : : ,
'14 i. ;, :," ,, DCT CLUB arry-Jornong-

1 u .1 +n 4 ,i ., 1e PROUDLY PRESENTS ITS 5th ANNUAL |
+ 1
4 create

\ f SHOWER of STARS With fctlon s to Of*

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,: The members of the DCT Club
\ of Northwestern High School,
V\ have completed plans for their
Fifth Presentation which is to be
staged in the auditorium on Monday
L .Mr April 28 at 819: << p.m. A
packed house has always greetedthe
club and this one is expectedto
\ be better than ever. This is Ewa :. t tt
the''' club's community project and
,/ (f HE BLUE
'1 is of a benefit nature. | DOTS OF NORTHWESTERN)

Shown standing are Harry Wilson -
Wilson Barton, Crawford AND ITS DCTAMATEUR
,WELCOME Florid State vows . Earnest (Cochise) Miles Hadley, Charlie Hill, Marva HolI -
Teachers. Highlighting the FSTA and May Roe Alexander are now lingsworth, Benjamin Cowin,
convention is that gay evening at the Miles clan.P I I Willie Mays, Alphonso Sawyer
spacious Bayfront Park auditor B- and Benjamin Thomas. Seated: NITE
ium. Dance time is ten. FSTA CHARLES (Pete) BRYANT hat Jacquelyn Washington, Thelma

membership card is admission tab beep home two weeks, and Just King (withdrawn), Edith HiP,
. North Dade High is invitingyou about set. (Ills oversea jaunt was Alice Tompkins/' Alethia John
to its dedication and Open' real life says he . They say son, Anna Westley, Albertha
House Monday, April 28 at 8 n.m., Marvis Bryant and Floyd folio Roker and Alvena Rolle. D. R. Music by The
Affable' Charles Wyche Jr., is are talking and planning . En Francis is coordinator.
at the helm of beautiful North tertainment Is plentiful in town. .
Dade . The Beauticians LeagueNo. The Rockland Palace, making a I C.. Major

42 have a new sip for you on comback as the Avenue's popular which the momeos and
popcosare I
April 27 at 1900 NW 65th St. nlte spot carries a show that's digging most today:
Gosh! Almost forgot to mentionthe loaded with old Rockland faces. Caroline McPhee What AmI a Quintet
+ name of the tea, It's *."A, The (Booker Terrace, home of Living For. 'H .

Seance Sip". I guess their spiritsaren't Sanibo Harrison and company Laura Mae Stoney Tequila Featuring ,' :
continue to offer floor '
like the ones I'm thinking, .
' .-P B-e j rhythms they like . Out Gloria Keys Talk to Me. {
in the Redland District Club Alecla Knowes Asking For r + THE MOM-EO AND
i1 IT WILL BE my Natal Day t.
Downbeat on U. S. One puts on giveness. POP-EO MAN OF
celebrate May 2, but for the
Barbara Sands I Met Him
I YMCA their Annual 111.Y Ball a stellar Celebrity Night with I on Sunday. WMBM .' ,
floor show for the South Dade
the Dixie
will be in full swing &.t.
resident. Tommy Frinks, former Ltonnio Cu&eppcr Looing
Park audit . Miami's Urban
is manager of the Terrace, has', Back Colemtn
Legue Guild salute to Spring King
a Tea Sunday at the Flamingo shaped the club into "a fine spot I I I Freddie Gadson Do You r j
for the Wanna
Ellz. Out- "city slickers You'll be Dance
Room of the Mary ''
standing happenings are in store surprised the people you may I I Peter Gabriel Nine Ni Nl AND THE EVER "

for this fabulous event . Cynthia meet there . Cruising back to No No Nu Nu POPULARWally
Wiggins and William Welch the Liberty City area you may I Leroy Manning Made for
find lolly-gagging at the Club
decided two live cheaper than
can Royale good fun. Then there's the Me.Patricia Fate :
one Sunday, April 20. The recep- Lynch Who Wrote 3 .r
Jim Jam where !Madam Throck-
The Book of Love.
tion at the Mary Ella Fiesta
was bottom prevails . Hurry over !
i Room. .-P B-. to Baker's Famous Corner and Douglas| RS AS EMCEES

1 LIKE TO SIP Join the Moth. gas awhile with Connie Farmer of Elementary, ,
and stomp-stomp to Baker's mus-
Toddle Inn
ClUb of Jackson '
Sunday en at four o'clock. The address ic with Papa Treetop doing the

is 3038 NW 48th Terr. . vocals. MONDAY APRIL 28
{ '---P B-
Among the dramatic groaps that ,
cage daughter
visiting FAMU the past
were when we talk about latest hits we
week, were Barbara Sand and have to know what ,1958 8il5 O'clock
Charlene Knowles of BTW . we are saying
The BTW Reunion Ball Is beginning If you don't want to be a square
to shape up for an early daddy don't coma on with all that ..91tie
off the wall stuff about "Shine
have been for-
date. Invitations
School AuditoriumSee
warded to schools and BTW'On Harvest Moon." So for Fearecita's

Alumni Association Is accepting approval and for the ap
for local mailing list. Just proval of her bebop friends here's
names and Hear
the ten top that's
platters shattering
E. J. Pieze Miami
post a card to e
the airwaves and pickingup
Times. Marsha & Johnny
dimes in the Juke boxess
.-P 8-. "
Benefit :For Your 'L.oyo-To M Loved THE MILDER BOURBON
HOLY REDEEMER Have Faith (totafty Snlgbt fcwtM WMiW. I IT*OHM DORSEVS a'
Been So
20 Spring stand ing is gifts in full await fashion.your ;Talk to Me-Dinner With Drac fit*.pA.da"tp" DM.fe,fiMktort,Kf, FLORELLS j" .,
I .
elector. Any member of II o, 1 y ,Tequila-The Witch Doctor THE STUNTEERS
Every Night*- What Am I Living kr r
Redeemer or St. Augustine can : THE SWANS "' ij
serve you . Tonlte (Friday) 'For.Here Drive !
the Gleanors Social dub are| are some of the sides Carefully THE TONES

f having their 11th Anniversary THE LLTONKS ,"
I I'i . w d
: Dance at the Harlem Square Club ,
fLtp RfPT fftfFFR t '
.. That fig Spring Formal at A
Miami (Beach auditorium May 9 THE MODERNEERS 3", .
staged by local Alpha] Fraternityand STAR MEAT MARKET '
the AKA's . The Richard r' ::1.1
Bradleys Beatrice) buried their comedian ;,' ''i f ,

60-day' old son two( weeks ago.ITS BARBARA ar ,

.--P B- Round.I 11 1520 N.W. 62nd Street WILLIAMS , 'r'y'z; ;:
Marjorie Swavy
tree's third trip to the maternity: THECONTINENTALS- '"' 1' t

mart . Congrats to Thebna j ;
old altar date and honeymoon LEVERITY
,f reached this, comer today . THE JIVERS
Roscoe Webb, t be former Miami CALYPSO GROUP,

school prof., who migrated to AND OTHERS ef North Dade High rf'At ,,
Orlando dropped by the Fresh Meat tow' Prices 1

desk last p.m. looing in the pink Advance 75c .Poor $1.00 )
of condition . Is it true Ollle .
( 'Jenkins and Ernest Cannon, aNew

Yorker, are taking marriage II .
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"The Times Are Changed And We Are Changed With Them"
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Office at 1112 N.W. Third Avenue. Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2236
Plant at .6740 N.W. 15th Avenue. -Phone PL 4-C128

Entered as Second Clan Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Poet Office tit
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1878

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association '
Member of the Associated Negro Press

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''A grand and glorious drama is being enacted in the {
Caribbean.It .
\.. '.
is set against of ._pA(.._i ..........ur\.\."' .I> ......._.II .-',.. '.... .... ..
a backdrop wars and rumors of :
wars and of crucial misunderstanding throughout the "Let us live in our homes by side. Seated around the gift laden :
the side of the road and be a taible are some of these senior I "Strange I
world.It friend to man," could well be a citizens. Standing behind them, Rv For"n*> T-1W
has been ..
produced by destiny and directed by God. paraphased version of a line from having Just finished an Easter --- _
The ,cast are proud, militant masses of black people'who this well known poem with refer- song are the following: Mrs.
have been rehearsing their role for long, suffering ence to the members of The David H. Dobbs, Mrs. Jim Reid,
years. Links, Inc. of Miami. It was Mrs. Alexander Brodks, Mrs. -3
Easter Eve at the Julia Green's William Patterson (an attendantand
The audience is the rest of the world. I Rest Home for Senior Citizens, Mrs. Reed), Mrs. Daniel R.

For--as the new and exciting West, Indies Federation 927 NW 5th ave., that members' Francis, president; Mrs. S. M.
of The Links gathered with more Frazier, Mrs. Alvin Houston Mrs.
comes' to official life
April 22-with its own blue- than 30 Easter baskets laden with Eugene Kemp and Mrs. O'Connpr
print for self-rule and its own distinguished and dedicated candy and such useful items as Clark. Members not shown are

leaders, -an entire universe gazes upon the curtain which toothpaste, soap, etc. As a resultof Mrs. George Styles, Mrs. Mary I. s '

4s rising to reveal another star in the universal cast of this gesture, they gained many Williams, Mrs. Charles Williams,
great nations. friends, both men and women, Mrs. Aaron Robinson, Mrs. I. P.
who are now in the evening of
The eloquent acting out of birth of the Federation is their lives and are at times for- Davis, Mrs. Nathaniel Colston

"by no means a final scene. It is, in effect, only the sweep- gotten by the rushing world out-I I and Mrs. Alonza A. Fannin. I

:ing, moving overture which promises more wonderful . . ' .LI" I . T T . . I . . ._

things.One of the last rust-worn bands of colonialism is JUST BROWS/ II I >':"

snapping at the hinges and another great people move into JUDITH INGRAM
the sun-filled: front yard of self-determination. But from

that front yard, the West Indian people intend /ito march PAUL R. HENRYMetro's This statement is made by Judy

even further-out upon the broad pavements of true free- ------ . . . . Being Ingram of Chattanooga, T nn.
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - financially unable to visit
dom out into the area of Dominion status within the Doc R. C. Anderson at the time 1
court is to
new trying groes.
British Commonwealth of nations. tnt'! read his advertisement I ordered
save taxpayers money accordingto The veterans said DuBois had
The West Indian people are on their way down Free- James Crawford, clerk of the been indicted in 1951 for failing- his, -the double Ancient offer he had advertised -

dom Road. The way they got this far was the way of all court, by refusing to repeat con- to register as a foreign agent the beautiful Luck Charm Mezuzah which
:strong people who yearn for their own i independence. They tinuances for bondsmen as Is the while working with the Peace Information Is the Biblical promise between
policy in other courts. Result:
got this far because they sacrificed, because they struggled Twenty-five of the bondsmensaid Center. However, Dr. God and Moses, 'because of its
because they schemed and planned and fought and they will not write bonds for verdict DuBois of was freed on a directed religious significance: it is worn
by millions
:gained and walked together with a common bar-I Metro's cases. This will keep the Luck and to as an Omen of Good
Repel and also
crowded. ,.,.
to a basic common purpose. You have to love jailhouse IIC&mtCM'I\'II'>>'fII't"'_"' !J"'II'1IId OJ his Fast Luck Biblical Incense

'Win with Lucky Number enclosed
it.Proudest Well Sputnik II reported to (Rev. 8-4. Psalms 23 and 18.)
of his black Caribbean brother is ,the Negro,
have made a total of 2,370 laps The following week I able'
.American-born. For the American Negro too loves free- around the earth since it w a s to visit him in was
person, so, on
dom and he honors freedom-fighters. The American Negro launched on Nev. 3, 1957, has } I June 7th, 1957 I went to see Doa
has not had enough freedom in his native land. But disintegrated. The dog must have r.+ Anderson whose office is at 302(

the triumph of his West Indian brother gives him hope had quite an experience.The West Gordon Ave., Rossvillr

and and inspiration. The of his Georgia, for a reading and advice
encouragement examples United States has three becuse I heard he was so
West Indian brother who today throws out his chest and satellites still orbiting and is famous for his wonderful powers

walks with confidence and speaks with dignity and working on some more of them. through God in helping so many

strength, fires the American Negro. others.
New York's lost of two National I was in desperate need of help.
And there Is a closer bond than this admiration.For League ball clubs is California'sgain .. Through his advice, I received a

while it is true that God created all mankind Inn and what a reception those r . m, large sum of money in a lump
brotherhood, the unkindness and the exploitation and ball clubs have gotten. At the sum the following day, and since
Dodgers' opening game, 78,672 that every week I have continued
the lack of with which white have
understanding men repulsed 1.0 have
fans ,greeted them. success. I now live in a
black, has united men and women of color all over fine home and have the use of

the world into an intimacy of relationship which is like In ,Mrs. William two automobiles and am lucky in

that of a loving family. Brown who sustained injuries verything. I do, as Doc promisedme.

They have had to find strength to overcome domina- when the top of a doubledeckbed I am well known in Chattanooga -
tion. They have had to seek love to override hatred.So fell on her, took her Court case to and also known in theatrical
the Brooklyn Supreme won
it is today that black Afro-Caribbean ,and black it and was awarded the sum of circles. Every one who knows me
BENNY (Klngflsh) HARVEY will tell you this statement is
Afro-American, eyes sparkling with a mutual admirationand 45000.: I I true. This
I Replacing Charles Miller as statement is printed
love, hearts pounding with a oneness of purpose, manager of Sir John Club and to help others. Doc Anderson
stretch hands across the sea to clasp black hands in a gripof In Chicago, plans are being Flamingo Lounge in the Sir John charges a small fee compared to
love, in a pledge of cooperation.And made to oppose Democrat.Rep. Wm. His L. 'Hotel is Benny (Kingfish) liar the results I have received.
Dawson, veteran vey. A ,native of Savannah, Ga., I He has helped thousands of
BO stalwart is 'their strength] so noble their aim opponent will be Dr. T. M. R. Harvey is nationally known in people. He can o any kind of
N that this handclasp does not signify a love for each other Howard, Republican.I late of Mis- night club circles having served work you want done. He is not
and scorn for the white man. Indeed, black AfroCaribbean sissippi. Representative! Dawsonhas as manager of Small's Pardise only fortune-teller, but a psy
and black Afro-American are shouldering a task-a powerful influence In Illinois Club, NYC and manager of Fla- chologist. You will never regret
and so far, has little to worry mingo Ballroom, Savannah. it if you will call Rossvile, Geor-
task of helping their white brothers to adjust to the fact about as far is his election is gia CA 2-9719 and make
an -
that they constitute a world minority.In concerned. to see this wonderful

this world which he has so long and so cruelly I Ballet Classes fortune-teller, or you can: write
ruled, the white man is in serious trouble today. He needs I I In Washington, D.C. Veterans of to him at the above address for

help and assurance that the sins of his fathers shall not be Foreign Wars have protested OfferedInvest an,appointment.a suburb of Rossville, Georgia -
action in
Howard University's
visited upon the third and fourth generations. No man I honoring Dr. W. E. B. DuBois on in your child's dancing Tennessee.
who is truly strong needs to be cruel or vengeful. That is his 90th birthday for his work future. Ballet classes every Sat- I This( man straightened out my
why black Afro-Caribbean and black Afro-American har- I in seeking equal rights for Ne- Arts urday morning. Enroll now. Fine love life, my money matters and
Conservatory, 1023: NW 2nd
bor no hatred for others because of skin color. Ave. (upstairs). brought my sweetheart back to
me. I had been
We ,have been the victims of that kind of thing long Cocktail Fashion the past but thank to many God fakes I found In

enough to know that it needs love and patience and under one man who can give me the
standing. t Show and Dance THELMA TROY'S right number and truly help me
The black Afro-Caribbean and the 'back Afro- Harlem Club in every way through the help of

American stand prepared to help to l lead! the world In this. Square BEAUTY SALONELAINE God.till .double You can offer order for his wonder
Sponsored by $8.00 Cast
It has been said for that the darker people
years and 6c in tamps
NAIRN pay postman
weren't ready. Beautician Unit No. 55 OperatorIS
$600 plus charges or order
4 We are ready now-to give leadershiu and love. We Friday. May 9. 10 until NOW LOCATED AT either one separate for $3.00 Cash

Afro-Americans and Afro-Caribbeans are ready Ito giveIt Admission $1.00 plus ostage at the following address -

,//to'others' because we have so much of it for each other. For Table Reservation Call 738 N.W. 3rd Ave. :

God bless the West Indies Federation. It represents FR 3-2547, PL 12890 DOC R. C. ANDERSON

.arresting. '''.,. ,. '.. moment in hlstory.-New York Age. M3 FR 4-9189 Rossville 302 West, Georgia.PAGE Gordon.Avenue


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;I Between The Lines. BUS PASSENGERSTO

R BE QUIZZEDIN BUNCHEIN. between Israel and' Jordan, -which:
I t' broke out last November. The Incident -
INORITY I STUDYDuring Jordan of an Israel convoy carry-
C t I Ing gasoline, an item which Jor-
The way the South has refused JERUSALEM Jordan Sector dan said was not listed among
to be I the next several weeks
a few extremist stampeded Into violence by. Greater Miami' bus riders will be (ANPJT), Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, permitted supplies
has been anti-Negro newspapers I' asked, "Where are you goin("? under secretary of the United The UN stepped in to createa
constant astonishing. The "Where did you come from?" Nations, is currently handling temporary truce between the
harping on the possibilities another Near East I two nations until
of "And for what purpose?" The assignment an inspection
suggestion to violence violence.has been a interviewers will ride the bus which, like his earlier task 10 team could be appointed. With
i along with the passengers and years ago in the Arab-Israel war, Dr. Bunche as representatives of
But in spite of this Indirect incitement I gather first hand information on is that of mediation. the UN is Dr. Francisco Urrutia
t: to violence, the South I the habits and trials of bus riders. This time, Dr. Bunche is medi- of Columbia and Col. George
for the most part has remained The Origin and Destination ating the Mount Scopus dispute Flint of Canada.
calm in a way that gives ultimate
study being conducted by Miami's
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hope pf an amicable settlementof Traffic Engineering Division for
the complex questions that the Metro government is n part
currently vex us. There is a core of the overall transportationstudy In FineFLEISCHMAMS W/lis1 y
of democracy at the heart of the which is being conductedto
South and down deep in its heart V Dean Gordon B. Hancock determine the status and needsof
there is the desire for justice for
public transportation in
\ U
all men. Greater Miami. When this study
the Ku Klux Klan and its man
completed late this it
It is
safe to say that at heart ner of handling the situation
I the majority of the White Southis should provide the answers to
seaks volumes of the spirit of)(
three questions:
willing to taOce the high road the better South. The readiness IS THE BUY
of Christianity and democracy. with which the Klan is denouncedis 1. What do we now have and -
They have not only counted the heartening.The how good is it?
cost of obeying the mandates of real trouble in the South 2. What can we do in the Im-
the Supreme: Court; but they have today is the politician. As long as medite future to better serve
counted the cost of not obeying. ,
the color question be public needs by re-arranging
can manipulated -
They know full well that when
, routes schedules transfer
' I to get elected to office we
law and order give way to passion -
may be assured there are those and etc.?
I' and prejudice, that the ready for such manipulation.What 3. What will we need in the
:' country is riding for a fall. I the majority of the Southis next five to ten years to keep up
They know too well what an
with Miami's growth
at heart cannot at present be
advantage it gives Russia to point
I cut our Internal dissension over known. The militant minority is The value of the information
a matter of law that runs coun- in the saddle. gathered will be dependent upon
ter to race prejudice. When a The hope Is that they may run the cooperation given to the Interviewers
'I supposed Christian nation renounces their course without destroyingthe by the riding public.
the Christian ethic and South and the this By being cooperative they will
when a supposedly'Christlan nation there is great danger. not only help the community but
I renounces the Christian ethic There Is the lively hope that also themselves.
and when a supposedly democracy the better South may rise up and Only when the proper facts become -
breaks with the democratic tradition -' rescue itself from the militant apparent can this commun- .
Russia riots with prospectsof minority that will atop at noth- ity plan for the public transpor- "
an early conquest. of the ing-even violence if political) tation system which a growingarea
world. advantage is to be had. so vitally needs. to ...00'ITftt
It is good and encouraging fot Even if we have three oars In -
In fact when a democracy becomes Negroes to know that the outward every garage there will alwaysbe ivULINDID
undemocratic and
and rampant attempts of a segment of the population
I Christianity becomes unChristian Moscow'sgame the South's militant minority to which because of age disability, I [I ltID (,? r
we are playing stampede the South into violencethe or income, cannot use or cannot WHlllt11
for hertor' we are in very White South but from its afford transportation. The suburban ... ....
comfort the
truth giving to ene- do not stem from the majority of mother's greatest complaint! .
my. loud-mouthed politicians.As is that she spends a good Part of ::r.-#
t So to its credit it must be said her day as a chauffeur for the
that the South has maintained a the fabled' man told his son youngsters, the breadwinner, or $2.93 PintWIlY
surprising comosure, in the face as the, latter was leaving to make the old folks
of constant prodding by some of| his fortune in the world: "Son,
its newspapers to resort more and go out into the world, and make
more to violence. These news money honestly; but if you can
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pretending to fear it. money." 90 PROOF i iOnly is !
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Blues' Singer, Chuck Willis, Dies ANNOUNCESCONFERENCE BISHOP GREENE each Bishop conferences day lay Greene delegates be requests attendance of the 'that annual -

and the entire membership Is Invited -

ATLANTA Chuck Willis, and expected to be present.If .

recording Atlanta-born of "C"blues C singer Rider", whose rock- I I THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" According to an announcement

eted him to national stardom, from Dr. C. S. Williams, directorof
died early last Thursday morning j PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 26, I9S8 public relations, the Eleventh
la a local hospital where he'' Episcopal District, African Meth-
had been confined: for several odist Episcopal Church, the special
days for treatment of an ulcer. j A PREACHERS' er Negroes ,being members of "one day" conferences for the you happen to see a leak>
The acclaimed "Sheik of the the human family created by budget payment, will be as follows Call me, don't wU until
Blues" and "Ktog of the Stroll" VIEWS ON NEGRO God are equal before Him to all : next week.
passed at 1:30 un. He was 30 peoples of the world. In answerto South Florida Conference,
years old.Willis BLONDESBy the latter the changing of the Tuesday, May 6 at St. Paul, West When next week rolls
was hospitalized March I Rev. Ernest Hutcheson' Jr hair from black to "blonde," instead Palm Beach, Rev. J. R. Thompson around,
23, five days before his latestrecord of adding attraction detracts pastor. The rain will come town.
"Don't Want to Hang Up I am expressing my views on fro'm the personality nf the per- Tampa Florida Conference,
My Rock and Roll Shoes" and the above subject. I do it with son who makthe rbange; and Thursday, May 8 at St. Paul, And when the rain come
"WhM Am I Living For?" was no Intention of insulting or attempting ultimately may bring about per- Tampa, Rev. A. M. Peck, pastor. down,
given a premiere ta Atlanta. He to humiliate any per- manent damage tn the hair. I Central Florida Conference, I can't mike I dime.
was originally scheduled to release son or persons. I love humanity. Basically, it i Is ultimately more 'Tuesday, May 13, Mt. Moriah,
the record In Philadelphia. I do this for a constructive pur- important to be attractive on the Wildwood, Rev. M. C. Ross, pas Request you eave time,

Philadelphia, Pa. pose. inside than on the outside. What tor.Orlando And paln a dime.
Personally I feel that there Is the human race needs are Conference, Thursday,
14 WORKSHOPSAT no place in the mid 10th century hearts and souls dedicated to pure our May 15, Mt. Olive, Orlando, Rev.
for our beloved Negro women to Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, W. S. White, pastor. *
try to become "blondes.
FAMU THIS and the upliftment of the human West Florida Conference, Tues-

SUMMERTallahassee Black hair is beautiful, but personality.For day, May 20, St. Paul, Blounts- COOPER & SON
when one dyes it to another color in this crucial nuclear town, Rev. C. D. Fletcher, pastor.
it loses its beauty and brilli age Florida Conference, Wednes-
Fourteen work- we need clean minds and
ance. The more fact that some pure day, May 21, Palace AME, Rev.R. .
Roofing Company
shops will be held as special features -
hearts to lead
the forces of mankind
women change the color of their C. Snellings, pastor, Havana.
: of the summer sessions -
hair from black to another color ,I from the brink of destruction North-East Florida Conference,
at Florida A and M UnI-
verstty according to Dean H. raises many questions. We shall to which it is headed, to the Thursday, May 22, Ebenezer, Live 6306 N.W. 15th Ave.
(Manning .Efferson, summer discuss two: Is there a bale inferiority feet of the Man of Calvary who Oak, Rev. H. L. Smith, pastor.
complex in the mind of East Florida Conference, Fri- Phone PL 4-7032
workshop director. I the Negro "blonde?" Or alone can bring peace and assure -
is she
day, May 23, St. Stephens, Jacksonville -
Florida A and M is holding the
merely trying to become more attractive the eternal redemption of
Rev. J. S. Johnson, pas-
regular six and trine week Sum-
? In answer to the form i ourselves and posterity. i tor.
mer Sessions again this year. The I
six week session is June 14-July
25 and the nine week session Is
from June 14-August 9. 1
Commenting on the alms of the
special features, Dean Efferson
said, "Florida Agricultural and
Mechanical University: provides,
within the limitations of its bud-
get and personnel some of the :
special services needed by the : '' .
educational, business, professional -
and civic agencies In the
State. Each summer it conducts 4
i4 roYhs ,
several programs in which eligible Yo F'yRi y'r?'y to X v IZ,N s'Pk .y .v
persons may register and

participate." ,' .,
"These are usually very stimulating 'a a
giving participants' op- #
portunities to broaden their perspective -
by exchanging views in W
open discussion and contacts with
some of the leading authorities in %
their specific fields. Some carry : u t !.,
credit and some do not..' z r !
Special Features Coaching F wj
Clinic, June 9.13; Instructional .
Television, June 16-July 3;
Landscape Management, June 23- ; .
27; Family and Personal ClothIng , n
June 23-July 12; Agricultural S ,
Education Not 698, June 30-(
July 17; Building Maintenanceand a
Custodians, July 7-11; Auto- r
motive Technology, July 7-18;
Home Food Freezing and Poultry w .
Processing, July 14-15; Operation.
Care and Maintenance ofFarm .
( Machinery, July 14.18, and
(Business Teachers and Secretaries
July 14-19; Beauticians' Short &y /
Course July 14-25; Dairy Tech- $ y
nology, July 17-19;'School Lunch
Training Program, July 21-25; ; Y 4.t .
Home Furnishings, July 28-Aug- kA'
ust 9. t '( ;; 4 n


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TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper"
ELUOTT J. PIEZE The People Investment COrPo- .

ration of Florida, one of Miami's! SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1958 PAGE 7.I .
latest Negro enterprises, ancheaded
SLUM ELIMINATION OR and C. F. Cagle, agent for prop by Lloyd Burnside, wit I
PERSECUTION? erties owned by Margaret P. St. hold "open house" on Sunday I and
Gaudens, has 30 cards on her afternoon, May 11, from 4 to Free Civil Defense establish the course on days
Recently staff 'writer Morty slum units In the file." o'clock at 309 NW 14th st. at an hour convenient to a large
Freedman of the Miami Herald But despite the fact that Mr. \\6 Courses atRichmond 'rots,.
did a series of articles supposed Freedman admitted that Mr. PICOF was organized by a Miss Geraldine Jackson, a registered
Iy on the various slum conditions Adams has more cards ((34 more) group of far-sighted citizens oj Heights nurse and Civil Defense
in Miami and the owners or persons than Mr. Brooks, in the "dead" Bunche Park In the Opa Lock! instructor, will conduct the
responsible for the manage file, he nevertheless devoted a area, a community of some 20- I< Persons In the Richmond course Home Alertness courses
ment of the same. During the major portion of that article to a 000 or more residents. They hac Heights area who are Interestedin consist of three to four sesions
series Mr. Freedman singled out blistering and continuous attackon one specific goal in their determination preparing their homes in eventof each of two hours each, meetingon
Luther Brook, manager ol the Mr. Brooks, about/ the units to create Jobs for the enemy attack on this countryor days selected by; the group.

Bonded Collection Agency, who that he manages, while not a youngsters who are completingtheir other disaster such as storms Guidance Is given on stocking
happens to manage some of the single word was said by way of high school and collegi, or floods are invited to enroll in the home with ,emergency supplies -
slum units, and levelled a blis- attack on any of the others, who courses each year thus aidIng, 'a civil defense tree "II o m e how to understand govern
tering and continuous attack on control slum units, many in to blot out the recession problem, Alertness" course which will be ment warnings of attack, how to
Mr. Brooks to the extent that the much worse condition than those Congratulations have been I offered shortly. seek shelter jn neat of a bombing
attacks provoked a considerable managed by Mr. Brooks. handed the citizenry of this com Interested persons should con and other vital information
amount of comment from people Could there be another reason munity by all of Dade County, tor: tact Mrs. Louis G. Portlock, for reducing deaths and injuries.
representing 'practically all walksof for these attacks on Mr. Brooks? their pluck and zeal In buildlnj, 14381 Lincoln Road, Richmond Slogan of Civil Defense for fts
life. an organization that Is expects Heights at CE 5-4346. Mrs. Port- Home Alertness course is "Altrt
Last week I called George I am in hearty accord( with any to help in solving the economica lock, who is PTA chairman for Today, Alive Tomorrow."
Bebee, incident to that series of program to eliminate our slum and social standards of the Ne'Frank C. Martin Elementary Mrs. Portlock hopes that many;
articles, and had quite a discus- conditions, but I recommend that gro. School, already has a number of people will contact her at CEdar
sion with him -on the same. I all agents and owners be held to Burnside the, ladies interested and wishes to 5-4M8.
asked Mr. Bcl>ee's permission to fully responsible fnr their fair According
write him a letter commenting on share of these conditions. I also good people of Opa Locka spent::1
the article, and he promised that feel that we should not single out $65,000: or more each week fo:
the same would be published in and persecute any one person food alone. This amount, If diverted ................................NI.NLIN..1HN"IN.NNNN.NNNgo1leakthdnd
the Herald. The letter was writ- when others are equally arm in to the PICOF Grocer,] I. i
Stores, should see, in a few years,
than he. T
ten this week, and a copy of the many cases more guilty
a chain of such stores. They would
same follows: You may be Interested in
knowing that of the lead- employ hundreds of Negroes
1112 N.TV. Third Ave. ing citizens of the area hold a therefore, PICOF will be manned I

Miami 36,16 Florida 1958 very high regard for Mr. Brooks solely by members of the Race
April ,
Mr. George Bebee as well as the many fine community Burnside feels that since we
Editor contributions and services must eat to survive, "let's spend
Managing ,
that he has rendered dur-
The Miami Herald our money in our own stores. By
Miami, Fla. ing his more than 24 years In this cooperating we will help build aloUd )/J1ca/lee.1IJo1d't;
area. As a result of this, he rep- foundation for our future
Dear Mr. Bebee: resents many Negro property stability." Burnside continued,, I I
Pursuant to our recent tele- owners. "the times are changing and cer-
phone conversation, permit me to I can cite you several other with
tainly we are changing
thank for valuable time j statements made by Mr 'Freedman -
you your them. Miami needs more enter- InjJ20dudJ!
and for your promise to publishthis in his series of articles, prizing men to open businessesthat I ,
letter in the Herald.I I which are wide open for question, will create jobs in this sector I
read with interest the recent out I feel that I have taken ,"
series of articles by Herald Staff enough of your time, at least for
Writer Morty Freedman on the the present.As The PICOF grocery stores will maikdpfaceBUNDED
various slum conditions in Miami I said above, I welcome the offer ((1)) a strong neighborhood II/
and! persons, who, supposedly own alleviation of our slum conditionsbut economy. ((2)) a source of future
or manage these properties, let's alleviate all of them, not employment. (3)) a positive 'suc-
which were published In the just a few handled by aoy, one cess' idea in the minds of our I
Herald. particular agency. children. ((4)) a self-respect and I
Probably no one in the Negro Very sincerely yours, self-confidence heretofore un-
area of Miami is better acquainted Elliott J. PiezoREUNION known to us.Burnside I GJtfdJiff@
with existing slum conditionsthan : : iJI
CLASSES READY one of the creatorsof '
I, because my every day w
i ; ;
work brings me in close and'con- FOR CELEBRATION the PICOF idea, Is the son of
stant contact with these areas as the late Mr. and Mrs. Ormond A. I $ eaaesave
well as the people who live there. According ti reports coming (Burnside, 201 NW 14th St. Mr. chenle \
I'm always happy to learn that from the graduating classes of Burnside was prominent in religious II CU'Id ,
any effort, however, small, is being 1948, 1938 and 1928 of Booker T. civic, fraternal and social i ;
made to alleviate these con- Washington High School every- circles, and well liked by the
ditions, and I constantly hope thing is all set, ready and waiting entire community I Xfr
for the coming annual reunion
that such efforts will succeed.
Young Burnside is married to
celebration in which! the
However, I must confess that I
the former Miss Josephine Anderson -
three classes will participate
confused in trying to
find myself of Quincy. They have six
seriesof along with the rest of the alumni.
determine whether, by The annual reunion program children, Ormond Alphonso, Hyacinth aj.,..
articles, the Herald was tryingto Everett, Melvin and Er-
will be held on Tuesday
the slums
help in alleviating nest. The family lives at 11940
Luther L. noon, June 3 at 2 o'clock in the
or trying to persecute BTW auditorium. The reunion NW 167th st., near Golden GladesDr.
Brooks, manager. of Bonded Collection ball will be hold on Thursday! Lloyd receive his' early train-
Agency.To evening, June 5 at 10 o'clock at Ing at Booker: 'J.'. Washingtonhigh
Illustrate, may I cite you one
The school, later matriculatingat
the Harlem Square
example: In the first article -
typical other reunion activities will be Florida A and M College,
of the series, headed "Dead held at their appropriate times where he majored in business and
File Saves Slums/'publlshed on social science. a..w..anw..n."ona""a'"n n.
the commencement week.ASTHMATICSI .
during ads/
March 16, Mr. Freedman, in discussing Responsible for placement of WHISKY,64 HOOF,*it GRAIN
the so called "Dead File"stated Burnside in this responsible po- NEUTRAl SPIRITS.SCHCNltY OUT,N.Y.C
: sition Is the executive officers ot
"Units handled by agent A. H. the People Investment Cooperation.
Adams account for 110 cards in .
the file. Second is politically .
and his Bonded M, MCUM bmBat&TMlLM IffMIMlta PA I/L'S FAMOUS
powerful Brooks MMiM BrilMuf-MU fMiS. I BAROQUE
with 76 ...
Collection Agency, d n.- I I

units"Victor hidden P.In Griley the file., prominentlocal set o..brs M ELNORA 1432 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-9205

attorney, has 32 of hU many J A J DRUG DEPT. STORE SUNDRIES (Comer N.W. 3rd Ave. & 14th Terr.)
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THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper" i i iPAGE I BTW Students April 10 the Phyllis Wheat ,
I' ley Art and Social Club was host
8 SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1958 Score High inState to a large gathering at Its anni-
versary banquet and fashlonette
I I Contests at Liberty Square auditorium. A

1 B. T. W. HIGH SCHOOL j composing their first newspaper. Congratulations are in order cross section of clubs and friends GOING r
I Sandra Johnson, Karen Lang, for the following students of from every walk of life attended.
t "Spring Fever" will star Nor- and Yours Truly are Carver's Booker T. Washington High who Over 250 persons enjoyed an BAREFOOTCan J'
Love and, other senior with
representatives on the newspaper excelled in the Annual Typing elaborate dinner of turkey
when their class play is presented staff. all the trimmings and a beau-
and Shorthand Contest which was Be
in the auditorium: April 29. Students of George W. Carver held Saturday in Dayton Beach. tiful fashion show was enjoyed
} Lovely Alena Martin was went to their neighbor theatheron Yvonne Wiggins placed first in while the guests ate. Mrs. Mildred COSTLYJohnson
crowned of the Spanish In charge of
Queen Wednesday to see the film the shorthand contest and Barbara Monroe was
Club April 21, when the Spanish "Julius Caesar." It proved to be Lester was runner-up in this the fashion show. She procuredthe
classes observed annual Pan I I both educational and enjoyble.This contest. Grenda Frazier was run- services of Mrs. Corine An- Kepch idrea'k close
American Day. Their assembly year there are many in the advanced typing ton and Mrs. Enid Reese as com-
ner-up n-soled ...
p senbation'was the old fairytale scholarships being offered by contest. Ethel Smith, Marcia mentators, who presented the
"Cinderella" students many institutions and organiza Johnson, and Marcelle Wake also participants ,in the show. The I. slge fsseeNeer
presented the play In ,Spanish. tions. Their value range from $75 represented BTW. The group was latest In fashions were worn by IMIYee'f .
Girl and Boy Counselors are to $300. The names of some of accompanied by Mrs. Marion the more than 30 models. They let j jw
presenting their annual program the institutions are Morgan State, Shannon. were beautiful, expensive and ..., 1 oNseehse
May 1. Their annual ball will be Tu&egee, Shaw University, Lincoln I correct In the manner worn. We ..l ..
May 2 in the cafeteria. University, St. Augustine, are unable to print the names of ..... ..... j '
'Top honor students in the senior Mianl Chapter of the Florida A For Efficient the persons appearing on the ees.h4 1 ,asd
class have been posted. Theyare and M University Alumni Association Prompt stage, but all will be thanked by else.aaassq, 1
Marcelle Wake, 3.8, Anna I I and many others. service other means. II u.e leslsss. ,.
Jean; Hawkins, 3.7. and Bertha Ellen Bethel, reporterR. Phone 'PL The president, Mrs. Marie Mr -
Smith 3.6.Members. Price was elated at the turn out
of the senior dtama R. MOTONSo TV and wish to thank all members
classes returned from Tallahassee for their cooperation and friendsfor
They reported an enjoyable fes- much has been going on andRADIO their attendance. Every mem- and Sons
tival and received many accolades around Moton that there is hard ber was at her best and helpedto Shoe Shop
for their "Minor Miracle." ly space to write about it all REPAIR make the affair one that will
Leroy Washington, director and However, here are a few of the I long be remembered. Mrs. Eliza- 6570 N.W. 15th Arc.REPAIhING .
Mrs. Dorothy Harris, accompanied happening at our school. Guaranteed Service beth Johnson, president City
the group on the trip. I The Guidance and Health Com Federation of Colored Woman's
Congratulations' are in order, to mittee, with Mrs. C. A. Demeritte Pick up and Deliver Clubs, was also a guest at this

Yvonne Wiggins and Barbara chairman, has completed the 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. event and commended the club. W. Save Your Soles-WhIU YHI
Lester, first and second place sohoolwide Health Program with The next meeting of the club Walt
winners respectively in the short- emphasis on Teeth. News about 6801 N. W. 15th Ave. will be Monday at 8 p.m. April
hand contest; and, to Brenda I this project can be found elsewhere 28 at the home of Mrs. M. E. Pine Shoe Repairing
Frazier, second place winner in in this newspaper. Sims 1540 NW 65th st. Shoe Shined and Dyed
the advanced typewriting con- The.puplls of R. R. Moton, who M. I. Daniels, reporter Phone PL t.1110
test held in Daytona Beach, Be-I participated in the ACE Dramatic -
thune-Cookman College last Saturday Festival captured first prizeIn
Other participants were both the Area and General
Ethel Smith, Marcia Johnson and Presentations. Orchids to them and MUSICMUSIC OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
Marcelle Wake. Mrs. M. Shannon their sponsors from 4th, :5th and
accompanied the group. 6th grades. THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
The PTA will be the sponsor ofa
Seniors are writing on their Spring Musical and Fashion PSYCHIC READER
class! theme, "If We Forget Who
27. You
Tea on Sunday, April
Will Remember?" Teachers of to attend and
are cordially Invited
1 English will check these themes support our PTA, which has done MUSIC MT
for content and originality. The
much this year in the aid of many
educational tour scheduled for
worthwhile efforts. Mrs. Ger-
seniors has been cancelled for trude Mathews, PTA president, I with Tee Jay,
this year. promises an enjoyable eveningfor I
Band PArents' city-wide popularity those who attend. The time: Rockin' Rogers
contest to raise funds for 4:00 to 6pm. in the auditorium.The .
band uniforms is underway. Get principal and teachers are & Louise GriffinThere's
your ticket howl Win a trip to exhibitfor
very busy preparing an
Nassau and at the same time heat
display at the Florida StateTeachers' .
the concert band in a musical
Association Meetingthis
treat May 15. week. Mr. B. A. Jones and
With two outstanding groups in Music
Mr. R. V. DeVeaux are chairmenof
the Council and
this group'and feel you cannot
Junior FSTA -Administration BTWitcs are very Council busy. I afford to miss taking a peek at Aplenty . on
this work of Art.
members will junior
serve as Our faculty meetings continue
the chorus FTA I
hostesses and
will also participate at the and FSTA to be "chock full"suggestions of pertinent brought Information 'I 1220 Lit my years of Experience guide and protect you through Lifea

confab and members of the various to light by and our principal. The a Lighthouse guide the ship In a storm
organizations serve as
latest is Remedial
a Reading
ushers for the Fraternal Coun- ON YOUR DIAL WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
Program in the 3rd and :5th %
cil Congratulations of Churches. to Howard I' grades, where teachers work with For Success in Business And Love

IZadley, Alex Payne, Marilyn I groups hour of children three approximatelyone week. I CONSULT HER -
days per
Sweeting for placing first, second I Visible, construuctlve results t I You can now have your home made happy
and third week respectively scrapbook in the have been noticel by the regular I 0 Get and' Hold the position you so long wanted

Winners of the poster contest: teachers upon return of these I Don't Stay in the rut get out now

Itelsey Dorsett, Robert Mapp, and pupils strive to for class.the We improvement shall continueto of 0 By the help of God the can help you
Delores Erwin honorable men-
tion: Sumner Sweeting.; our boys and girls.Poinciana I Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

I Dorothy Jenlkins, reporter Radio Miami trouble
Park PTAYou -

Go W. CARVER HIGHOn are cordially invited to attend I It will pay you to call and see this Gifted Medium First

the annual Calendar Tea MORE PLATTER Where thousands com yssrly for help and advice, you too can
Thursday, April 17 the Girl sponsored the PTA of Poinciana LESS CHATTERALL b* touched by this strange mysterious power
Counselors sponsored AU Girls Park Elementary School,
Day. This was the first of its 6845 NW 23rd Ave., Miami on DAY LONG! WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe

kind ever held at Carver and Indeed Sunday, April 27 from 4-6 p.m. semi God who delivered Moses and the children of Israelof

it was a spectacplar event, in the cafetorium. old .Is still. alive today and will open a way for you throughthe
During the morning an assembly Second grade Fashion Show Drive Carefully!
program for all girls from 7th tc I to be featured. 0 troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is blind. lead you or
12th trades,was held. The west you stumble with him.
speaker for the program was Mrs.
Maedon S. Dullard, a first grade THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO Do you doubt the existence of thing became you cannot see
teacher at George Washington them

Carver Elementary'' School. Mrs. The Dedication ,of The New What do you think of the invisible waves end sounds that make

Frankye S. Rone, physical edu- Winless, Telephone, Radio and Television possible
cation teacher was honored witha
gift and corsage' during the A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, client In the dark
program. Sanctuary Building earth or womb of Nature. THERE IS AN "UNSEEN POWER"
Orchids to the ParentTeachers'Association
of George Washington Therefore, acquaint y o u r- rs:'f"" W ":':"II .
Carver High School for the ATEvergreen self with the one who is an [ ,
wonderful Job they are doing un- authority. Whose private '

der the guidance of Alston Scott, consultation will evolve you ,1

the president. to higher state of mind. '
This Is National Secretaries MemorialPARK a i

Week throughout our,vast'Dation;
Secretaries! of all different! comp All Information is r

I anies, institutions and private
businesses ere being honored for a Strictly .Confidential r
their services. We, at'Carver are '
saluting our secretaries Mrs. 065'NoW., 41st Street Office Hours 9 a.m.-8 p.m. : "!, '
1 I Linnie S. Carey, Miss Loraine Sunday: 1Q a.m. to 1 p.m. 3I aDon '

Sawyer and Mrs. Annie B. Smith SUNDAY, APRIL 27 '3:30 P.M. 4 Writer-Call in Person \?, p
with tokens and cards. signifyingour ,

appreciation. DAILY READING $1.00 UP :'
The Orange and 'Green Chapter Rev. Edward T. Graham
of the National Honor Society -
will soon select Its new mem- Pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church EXPERIENCE

bers selected for the on year.the The value membersare of their Will Dedicate The New Building MADAM HUNTER

scholastic abilities, personalities,
and character traits. Refreshments will be served-Your Inspection Invited 1657 N.W. 73rd St. Miami

The members of the 4-H Counsel -

,of Dade:, ,County are busy

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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peopfes' Newspaper" ,

Smash $10,000 a Day I

Gambling Ring in Detroit St. Louis Blues upon the life and music of the ,
unforgettable W. C. Handy. I' ''i
Features 8 Stars It stars Earths Kitt, Nat "Kf 1e I
DEJflROIT (A1NP) Police Cole, Pearl Bailey, Cab Callo- /!:
said they smashed a $10,000-a- I Never before in the history of way, Ella Fitzgerald, Mahalia t
day mutuel ring last week with motion pictures have eight great Jackson, Juano. ,, Hernandez. ,and
the arrest of 47 men:and women. NY Central to Take Over Negro stars appeared together in RUby Dee. "
AU of the defendants appeared one film as you will see in "St. "St. Louis Blyes": will show at ,'
before Recorder's .Tudge Gerald Louis Blues" which opens 'at the the Capitol, Theatre only-startIng ,
W. Groat Wednesday afternoon. Capitol Theatre, Friday, May 2 'Friday May 2for one week."
Forty-five were released on Car for a one week's engagement. There will be no advance in ".I'
bonds varying from $500 personal Sleeping Department The "St. Louis Blues" is based admission prices. J

to $2,000. Two were releasedfor ,
lack of evidence.All .
More Than 600 Lose
will be arraigned April Golden AgeAnniversary CLEAN..CLEAN. I
25 on charges of conspiracy to Pullman Jobs .
violate the State gambling laws. Sermon

Bonds were set at $2,000 each I CHICAGO (ANP) The k> CLEAN. 1
for the four alleged ringleaders. New York Central Railroad will Members of the Golden Age ;
They are Abner Go'Isby, 57; take over the operation of Pullman Club, which is sponsored by the .
Jesse Goolsby, 54; William cars all over its system on James E. Scott Community Association '
Gholston, 45; and Sandy Ghol- July 1, it was reliably reportedon are reminded to attend ; :
ston, 47.Also Friday, the anniversary sermon at the ;
nabbed c in the series of The new policy, announced I Grace Presbyterian Church, NW M
a ,
raids was a former detective, about a month ago, will affect 15th ave. and 69th st., on Sunday
William C. Price, 58, who retir- some 600 Negro porters workingout April 27 at 11 o'clock. Friends are
ed five years ago. of district terminals In Chi- also invited to attend. !

Vice Bureau officers said Price cago, New York City, Boston,I Victoria Ward, president 4 "
Cleveland, Detroit and St. Louis
was hired, by the syndicate as a
"lookout man," to see that bets Basic wage paid Pullman por-,
were not placed by policemen ters at present accordin to an CADETS TOUR
disguised in civilian clothes, because ANP informant is
$376 per \
Price alleged to have month with club and parlorcar FORT BENNINGFORT
known all of the vice bureau of- attendants malting $400 and

ficers. more per month. Under the new BENNING, GA.-Twen-
The syndicate which did an estimated program the NYC basic wage for ty-three Reserve Officers Train L \i$1F !
$10,000-a-day business, porters will be about $358.75 a ing Corps cadets from FloridaA
was smashed by 39 policemen month. and M University, had their
armed with search warrants who Reports indicate that NYC, on annual ROTC orientation here
raided 11 residences, simultane July 1, will "start from snuff" on last week.
ously. the changeover and
many of the
I The cadets were accompaniedby
Confiscated in the raids were Negro porters veterans of 20 Dr. H. Manning Efferson, deanof
$10,000 in cash, 23 automobiles, I to 25 years' service will lose the university, and Lt. Harold
and 60,000 past and current dated their Jobs. If rehired by NYC, Webb, of the Florida A and M k
bet slips. they will lose their seniority and
will have to start all over again,
According to Lt. Eugene Goibig as new employes of the NYC The tour began with an orien-
of the vice bureau, who led the Sleeping Car department. tation on the U. S. Army Infan- a 4
raiders, the ring had been operat- try School's Director of Instruc- MAN
ing for two years. The Brotherhood of Sleeping tion Office followed by a briefing '
Lt. Gofbig said the syndicatebad Car Porters headed by A. Phillip on the school's Operations 41 fl4 1
been under observation by Randolph of New York City, as l Office.
vice bureau officers for 2ft international president and Milton I
months. P. Webster of Chicago, Interna- The group then continued to the
'ional 1st vice president, reportedly I Third U. S. Army Food Service
Meantime, Alonzo Smith, 33, will have no Jurisdiction tinier School for a brief tour and com
who escaped during the raids, the NYC changeover, until it .; pleted the morning with a presentation -
was arrested in the courtroom of goes Into effect on July 1. In Chicago : by The Infantry School's That'i the super-dry taste you get
Recorder's Judge Gerald;,! W. less than 50 Brotherhood Ranger Department. when make _MANN'S
Groat. Pullman porters are servicing In the afternoon the cadets attended you your ...
Lt. Geibig said Smith came to NYC sleeping cars at present, it a demonstration presentedby Martini with clean.tatting ,..
court to see what would ]happento was learned the 26th Infantry Scout Dog b1ST1LLED
the other defendants. Platoon and an airborne orienta-
Smith, according to Geibig, was The New York Central, M Is tion by the Airborne-Air Mobility FLEISCHMANN'SK N..
a "lookout" for the ring. said, is now accepting applications Department where they ,
for positions as porters and took a buddy seat ride, a simulated ""--
all Negro employes of the road parachute Jump from a 250 2.55 I&-
FASHION SHOWFEATURES are reportedly eligible to file for toot training tower. GIN I ..
the Jobs. One informant ,. Pint
TEN ed that when the predict-I) Departing from Fort Denning ..-
place on July 1, the New York from Florida A and M after the ,r DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN 14w a4i E$ Jo' '
BEST DRESSED day of orientation were five MI-
Central by salary deductionsand 90 PROOF flEISCHMANN DISTILLING ?' A
amians Clinton Brown, Alvin
lower operating costs will :
WOMENThe save about $3,000,000 the first Bryant, John McKinney, Theodore CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
year. Mills, Willie Bryant.
Saint Ann's and Margaret's
Chapters of the Woman's Auxiliary ,",'
of the Church of The Incarnation -
is sponsoring its first an- RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
nu.l Fashion Show featuring Mi-
ami Ten: Best Dressed Women, SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER
Thursday, May 8 at Northwest-1 PRIVATE FOR HIRE
ern High School auditorium, 8:00:
2186 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 32691
p.m. Mrs. Ruby Lazier will be our
guest model for the fashion show. Ambulance ServiceFRanklin
HOURS: 9 a.m. tt t p.m.
The ten best dressed women
will be chosen by the highest 3-5900 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
number of votes each woman has
then the one having the highest I
number of votes will be chosen HAVE CASH BEFORE YOU CALL I
queen for 1958.
We are very grateful to the
public for having cooperated with
us so beautifully on choosing the BEN H. ATKINSON, JR., D.D.S.
ten best dressed women of the
Miami area. The names will not B. Solomon Funeral Homelatabloohod ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OP HIS OFFICE
be published, you must attend
this affair to learn Miami's 10 best 12i FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY
dressed women. Tickets are now ( ) I

on sale. Subscription 100. Dignified, Personal, Courteous Service OF'*,ICE HOURS: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m .. 4 p.m. to S p.m.
The Church of the Incarnationis And by Appointment
sponsoring its annual Fashion Funerals Within Range of Each Budget t
Show and Kiddie Fashion Show
Monday, April: 28 at the Parish 6705 N W 15th Avenue Phone PL 7.5601
Hall, 1701 NW 69th st. at 8 pjn.
The public is invited to attend.

win Come and and what'i see whose new baby n kiddie will 315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3.1440 .

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, Truman Gibson IRC Pres. Florida 'Librariansto I sociation.the.,..Florida,.' Ann Broughton State Teachers, librarian As.,

HAPP Meet in the Tampa temporary chairman of

Florida Librarians will meet as ..
section of the Florida State -- ,
a '"
=----- HE'LL MOVE TO Teachers Association during the .1N.wo..un
) THE MIAMI TIMES-"The People. Newspaper" annual meeting to be held at
r I THE 1IA1NEW YORK Northwestern High School April, SUFFERERS
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1958 24-26. i
PAGE 8 i In keeping with the convention 9 YOU MAn lilt, MITTU HMD. DANDMITVrrtCft. .
1 I (CNS) Citing ECSEMA.
I theme: "Challenge of the New KM MITATIDM fCMOLAM: VOX..
-- -r there'll be no other changes
Era the librarians will center roaD TIANMTOM UUKT Of TN> KAUNOAMOrrCHDW. I
lI'' in the International Boxing Club Boy Scouts Pre- AW YOff DOCTOR. DftVOOVl
B. T W.. HI< personnel James D. Norris resigned their discussion around the theme" EAVTM4AM M fcAJUM ABOUT NMVLAN.: ..

"Spring Fever] as president of the famed Camparee SaturdayAll "Challenges This meeting in Library will be Service.of vital Utt
organization known in the fight
Love 'I.wI
man concern to all Florida librarians fJu.8J'flll
world as plain m c, and Truman
when in the audttot; Gibson takes over. He leaves, Boy Scouts of the Dad e as the group will organize on a I a a...SI.I..r............. .........
ed basis section of'
permanent as a
Lovely Alert however, a score of unfinished divisional district are invited to I
crowned Queen i business which his successor will a camparee being held on the
21 have to negotiate with Norris grounds of the Bethune Elemen-
t Club April' i.
(' classes resigned for "reasons of health"American tary School this weekend. It is a
but many say it was well timed forerunner of the Bi* Cam?areP JAMES'
obsea and well planned. Norris has, I I ht's' to be held at Master Field

tale ."Ctndere! however, suffered a heart attack May 3.Units.
presented the pi es late as last summer. taking part in the camp- 5 & lOc STORE
Girl and Do) One of Norris' biggest headaches aree this weekend will receive
theie was Rep. F. Edward Her- instructions in tent pitching
presenting knot tying aid, 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481
May 1. Their a| bert (Louisiana Democrat) who cooking, first
May 2 In the 6 charged the IBC with "muscling signaling (Morse code) and drill-
honor sto in" on Ralph Dupas, lightweighttot \
Top ing.All
class have of New Orleans. (!He fights Boy Scouts in the divisional IT WILL PAY YOU TO CHECK OUR
are Marcelle I champion Joe Brown for the title i district have been officially "BARGAIN COUNTER"
Jean Hawkins May 7 in Houston). Gibson has invited to the camparee being "SPRING ITEMS" ,
Smith 3.6. answered Hebert charging Louis- held May 3. In order to avoid
Members, o{f$ iana's segregation law which Pro- embarrassment for your unit at Bug spray, 'Spray puns, broom, mop, furniture polish, floor

classes returned hibits Negro and White to fight this affair unit leaders are askedto wax and waxen. drape, curtains, pots, dishes, glasses and

They reported'' each other in the ring. Gibson avail themselves of this opportunity pitchers. shelf paper, table cloth, bed spreads, sheets, pillowcase
and says "the only Interest the EEC this weekend at Bet- Little Richette Ercell Woods,
tlval rece
*, paint, plastic
thune playground. the daughter of Richard and Ruth,
lades for their has in the title fight is in the
Leroy Washing telecast. Mr. Hebert might well L. Woods 2370 NW 15th St., Opa -.-

Mrs. Dorothy H direct his attention to the undemocratic Jackson's Mothers Locka was the first prize win- BIG SALE ON: Panties, slips, bra, nylon stocking, socks,
ner in the first annual baby con-
situation in his own
the ont drew material lace
Congratulatia group which compels Dupas to Club to Present TeaThe test initiated by the PTA of ,
Yvonne Wiggi J tight Brown in Houston." i North Dade Junior-Senior High |I Hair grease face powder, tooth paste and brushes, comb, lip.

Lester, first if Gibson had served as execu- Mother's Club of Jackson' School. She was awarded a $100 tick, soaps shaving Item, Mode, Kotex, Tampax.
winners respect live vice president of IBC. He Toddle Inn is working ardentlyto War Bond. Little Richette was
hand contest;, Mud his family will now move to present again its annual Spring sponsored by Mrs. Alice Dean I .
Frazier, second New York from Chicago. Norris Tea. A most Informative programis Harrison and the 9-4 homeroomclass. KEYS MADE SIMPLICITY PATTERNS
the advanced ', continues as president of Madi being planned. Persons who The proud little! winner
test held in D son Square Garden chairman of have been fortunate enough to celebrated her second birthdaywith Money Order Sold /jEvery Day 7:45: a.m. to 7:30: p.m.
thuneCookmaturday. the Board of Chicago Stadium witness this affair In past years a party at her parents' Mon. Thru Frl.-Til 9:30: p.m. Sat-Cloeed Sunday
Other : and boss of the Chicago Black will agree that the program is beautiful Opa Locka home on ,I
Ethel Smith, W Hawkes. Norris rose to stature most uplifting and contributes Easter Sunday. _
Marcelle Wake when Mike' Jacobs who guidedaccompanied much to the cultural activities of
tb Joe Louis, dropped out of the our community.The FREE X-RAY
picture in 1949. theme for the discussion SEE THE
Seniors are; Fight followers believe Jim period will be "Meeting The ST A TIONANNOUNCED
class theme :> Norris' resignation was so well Health Needs of Our Boys and
Will RemernMEnglish timed as the Anti-Trust case the Girls." Prominent leaders of our WORLD'SGREATEST
) will C government has waged against community such as Dr. G. W
for content ai IBC has been a hard one fox Hawkins, Mrs. D. L. Weaver Dr. The mobile unit of the Dade
educational t them to cope with. Norris prob- J. O. Brown, Dr. D. D. Simpsonand County Tuberculosis Associationwill
seniors has t ably felt Gibson, being a shrewd others will lead the discus- offer free tuberculosis chest .
this year. y, Chicago lawyer and well acquainted sion and point out that "Healthy x-rays at two locations next week COLORED ,
Band Parent with IBC business, was children are hapy children.: (Aril 28 to May 2 Inclusive.) 4
larity contes>et more equipped' to handled matters. Music will be furnished by the On Monday and Tuesday the PSYCHIC '
band uniform following soloists: Mrs. A. E. unit will be located at the 7th
your ticket n RIGHTS CASESETTLED Russell of Dorsey Junior High St. Hotel 322 NW 7th st. Mon
Nassau and at School, Mrs. Valdez Murray of day hours will be from 1 to 4 READER r
the concert 1 ; Rainbow Park Elementary School) p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday
treat May 15.; and Mrs. Doreatha Payne of hours will! be from 10 a.m. to
With two ot 2ND STARTS Douglas Elementary and Mrs. noon and 1 to 3 p.m. 1

the city-Frate BTV Sadie Johnson music consultantof On Wednesday, Thursday and I PROF. 1 1 +
Hialeah Police
Chief If. U.
Junior Adra Elementary. Friday the x-rays will be available s "
members wit Warner said last Thursday'thai The Mothers' Club Is exerting at the Ritz Theatre, 927 NW ad ,
his department has been cleared every effort to make this affair 2nd I
ave.# Wednesday and Thurs
and 1 'r
hostesses ,
of civil rights charges brought by one that the public will 4
will also part! be proudof day hours will be from 1 to 3 I
confab and n a Negro last year but a probe in and at the same time one that p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. Friday hours BUNTER
rious organicushers another case was announced by will be enriching. will be from 10 a.m. to noon and r
for tl the FBI. Plan now to attend this annual 1 to 3 p.m. '

<11 of Church, Warner and the FBI reported Spring Tea, Sunday afternoon Mrs. Arie Gary, program assistant PROF. HUNTER
no violation! of federal law in April 27
a at Jackson's Toddle Inn, on the Tuberculosis Associa-
Congratulat AH case brought by Ernest Sorey, 49, 3038 NW 48th Terr., from 4 until tion staff is handling details for If you are tick, worried or (In trouble this (Is the
Jfladtey Sweeting, for of 2930 NW 45th St., Miami. e. the x-ray survey. place to come. Don't stay in the rut, push. back the

And third Sorey claimed that Hialeah veil of bad luck that seem to "hold in
res police beat him after he was arrested -- ' " '- you your track,
reer week last November on bur and advance forward by the help of God under the>
Winners of! glary charges. leadership of Prof. Hunter
Kelsey Dorsw\ COMMUNITYU who hat 30 years of eK-
As Warner made' his perlence in
Delores Erw announcement spiritualist and occult science. Make your

tion: Sumner' will local investigate FBI officials a complaint said they U home happy. He will show you how to bypass your

Dorothy : brought by Herman Howard, 36, STORECOR. enemies and ret the things that life demands for you.
----; of 2187 NW 80th St. against Of

C. W. C fleer Richard Hopkins. jt'.t! ,' .
Howard said he was hit on the N.W. 15th Ave. & 68th St. 'E""r\t" l":, .'
On Thursdl head by Hopkins April 6 as he i.'ii
Counselors was arrested for reckless driving 'i,;
Day an officer. Hopkins,
kind ever h< a probationary officer was suspended Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery
deed it was: for three days by Chief

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Northwestern Students Elect LeadersTHE P.


lOver I 1200 students of North
i western High School went to the
polls last March 28 and chose the
r : : three most important student

leaders for next school term -
president and vice president of:
the Student Council, and MIss
tki It Northwestern Senior High.I .
v, 1I I I Using voting machines as found THE SMOOTHER BOURBON
In county city and state election!
students learn yearly through, this
method how to vote and for whom

r I i r i, + r to the vote.candidates'Previous campaign to the election strategy; ,! rr;: :: II

j ranging from posters, leaflets am
lapel pins to issuing free candy,
and hearing soap box operas and
; speeches, brought results with ; :
which everyone is satisfied.

I Of the two candidates pres
ident of the Student Council,' Alvin -
9 Brazzell and Alfred Gibson,
&Y < the latter, pictured above, captured -

an overwhelming majority. 4 .,

I Evalina Williams, James Out- THE MILDER BOURBON
tii ler Jr., Gwendolyn Love and'
Betty Johnson ran for vice president -
James Outler Jr., pictured)
above, was victorious.The .

Coronation of the queer
was an event of pomp and seriousness -
coupled with beauty and
"The People1 Newspaper" 616 for the 1963-64 term. Miss
MIAMI TIMES dignity as Barbara Stringer,
POITICAL ACTIVITY IN NILS, 1957-58 crowned JeanetU
I SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1958 PAGE 11 LOUISIANAThe Harris, Miss NITS Other members a. ..rL
of the court included (left I
session of the leglslatun( to right) Joyce Cohen, 2nd atten
I I I I I' T r opening May 12 will be closet);) dant; Marva Adderley, Rose Ross,,
watched, political observers say, Patricia Sconiers, James Outler,
Road for signs of a "segregationist fo;: Jr, Leila Thomas, tat attendant;; ......, .
Along Freedom's governor" movement. It there I I Rufus McKinney, Gracie Lewis,, THE LIGHTER BOURBONv
one, Its candidate will likely tx:I I 2nd attendant, Shirley Powell,,
State Sen. Ralnach of Homer,, Jacquelyn Cooper: 1st attendant;; v
-- By RUTH PERRY --- chairman of the Joint Commute(t Charles Ross and Herman Mad-

_ _ 1I on Segregation The Rainach-lec I
r - committee will Introduce a nevi"package" dox.To
wWI I are generally open to Negroes. of segregation-pre top the occasion for the day
. I hope that It is a Sarah Vaughn, famed singer,,
tread < I serving bills its third 'since the I
readers of this paper Churches
all the The Texas Council of made a ,special appearance to
[ the editorials each week. I meeting In Dallas recently, U S. Supreme Court's desegrega Northwestern, and sought tho
I was especially pleased with las I adopted a resolution urging repeal tion order. young lady who will lead Northwestern
Iweek's editorial entitled: Th of a law II B 5 of the Texa , ----- next year for reemphasizing -
NAACP Wins, because word; legislature (second special session -, ., the significance of her coveted -
were written there that had to be< I of 1957) which provide! WARNER honor Finally Miss Northwestern
fsaid, and good advice was giver I county judges with authority to< HINES, Inc. singled out her attendants
that must be heeded. In a later I require registration of member Painting and Leila Thomas and Gracie
column I will write in fuller de- ship if any group "he: bill was WaterproofingContractors Lewis who will not only add .
taU about the responsibilities of; aimed primarily at the NAACP continued beauty to the throne,
first class citizenship, not only foi The church group said the tat' Llc.n .d and 4 but give their support constantly -
but for Whites. As we< Texas. Th her IF YOU CAN FINDA
Negroes "places a stigma" on Insured by City to the queen thtoughout
[proceed into integration, a correct resolution called the registration: and County reign
view of the situation Is vita undemocratic I
bill "unjustified",
Ifor good cooreration, and proper and unnecessary," 1863 t The entire occasion was one of
acceptance of our responslbllitlei Free Estimates the many projects of the Student
|will do much toward making NEWS FROM LOUISIANAA Call any hour Council now headed by Charles ITt!
freedom's road smoother.The Ph. N E 5-6879 Dladk. Black, a senior, it shownas
Negro leader revealed tha he explains' the mechanism of
Golden,,Rule can be applied Negro students will apply for admission the voting machine to Idell Banks
in the 'coming months wJtheat to the first class of the Fellow Council members, Sylvester -
success. It would also b< 'recently established Louisiana Murray, Patricia Woodberryand .deltJge
,-vell for all of us to remember State University branch at New Lawrence Bethel, assisted in ".
that as we win our legal victories Orleans. This move will In all guiding the many voters to the
to do so with dignity. And ti probability affect the appropriation polls.
any of us are not members of the which the new college would TOOTHACHE
AACP, now is the time to eval- have to get from the legislatureto This organization, sponsored by
ate our responsibility to this oranlzatlon. saty in operation.The Miss Ethel Once, later went to
If we had needed St. Petertburgh to the St. t e ,
proof of its effectiveness, now weave Orleans Parish School Convention of Student Council,
It. A larger membership inhis Board, which has been fighting a only to return with the signifi- bourbon
area will make the NAACF federal court desegregation order cant first place honor for having
ven more effective.INTEGRATION for more than two years, expects presented the most complete and
Negro students to comprise ORA-JEL newsworthy Council Scrapbook lathe '1
PROGRESS 58,000 of the anticipated 100,000 State of Florida.
enrollment for the 1963-64 term.
IN TEXAS Orleans Parish School Board officials

The first complete survey ol expect the preponderance in the city'spublic AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE
Texas showed that 35 .of Negro students
colleges school to increase to about conform with
bave integrated :approximately ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000); Tq
150 Negroes with 65,000 White 16,000 In the next five years.Presently half Florida Law
slightly more than
udents. At least eight others Texas are New Orleans', 82,644 public elementary If you have I driver* license, wo can Insure you
pen to both races.expressed Some the school students are Ne- AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR
liege president
Inion that some of the Nerroes'schools school groes. system The in Catholic New Orleans parochial has I PAY AS YOU RIDE, with little down and S months to pay
in the
pooling ategrated nferior showing previously reslted f from poor whites about predominating 55,000 enrollment about, with 3 to I SERVICE FIRST' INS. AGENCY

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A former all-Negro Junior col- head of I Open Dally and Saturdays to B p.m.
ege pw has at an 800 Antonio Negro ,and St.200 Philip's non-, the Dr.Orleans board's departmentof 645 N.W. 36th Street PL 95284I taardyr tar hdet 1e........,r.:.i YiL 011
and planning,
egro students, mostly Latin research, census evaluation. N fmfI ,SAadHUs DIet.CL,Psiilat.4.
Professional and Wade the attendance
nericans.duate schools over the state He predicts enrollment of 100,-!I


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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples Newspaper" | St. Matthew AME Zion BETHANY S. D. A j Martha Nicholson $100. The win.
j ning Roses who reported' a hundred

-=-- PAGE 12 SATURDAY APRIL 26 1958 1628 N.W. 5th Ave. Elder C. B. Rock, pastor < dollars and over are: Mrs
Rev. A. H. Ferguson pastor Mrs. G. Evelyn Tynes reporter
RAPE? Sunday School............... 9:45: am highest report for the Roses with
''Morning' Worship ............ 11 a.m. Were you at the Baldwin Hep- $144.30; second Mrs. Classie Por

.. '" '- ..... .,." .,-,. Evening worship ............ 7:30: p.m. 'burn concert Sunday? If you, |ter, $lllj51; third Mrs. Grace
weren't you certainly missed a Teamer, $111.03; fourth Mrs.

THE MIA ii) MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev. treat. This was really the place 'Magdalene Johnson $103.00; fifth

.) to be to spend a most enchant- | Mrs. C. M. Pearsall, $100.

PAGE 8 D. A. Bradley, pastor Ing evening.Mr. The second quarterly conference
i Lillie R. Smith, reporter Hepburn was at his best. conducted
will be on Friday night

i :: Sunday School was oPen at 9:30: After numbers he had the sung program the fifteen the by Dr. F. .A; Allen. All boards
B. T. W. HI< with the superintendant officiat- audience brought Mr. Hepburn and clubs 'are requested to turn
ing. An inspiring lesson was enjoyed in a written as well as financial
Fever' __ back with applauses to sing three
__ I by everyone I selections. report.
man' Love and __ t I Te pastor's theme was "Theseare
III I Men's Day committee wishto
when their classed The
__ they which came out of great TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince
thank Mr. Hepburn, also his
in the auditoi __ tribulation, and have washed
Lovely Men ___ their robes and made them whitein accompanist, Arthur Evans for David Williams, pastor
''r _
crowned Queen the blood of the lamb.. During such a splendid program. Sister Ethel Cooper reporter
Club April 21, The decoration committee is
this service six members were
classes observi! I accepted and added to our church. also to be commended for the School of Wisdom was at its

American Dayjpresentation The BTU is striving to make magnificient appearance of the ]best Sunday with 75 members

wi I progress for the future. With your auditorium and for a most fitting )peresent. The subject of our lesson

tale "Clnderetpresented : J cooperation we can make this a stage setting. I i was "God Prepares A Lead
'' the tGirl bigger and better BTU. I In our pastor's remarks, spec er."

and Doj I 1" The afternoon message was de-I I ial tribute was paid to the teachers ,' Love gladdened by goodness

presenting their livered by the pastor, "I'll Go." of Bethany Junior Academy; was the very beautiful topic discussed

May 1. Their al I; ........._ Ik... .........___. The message was greatly acceptedand Miss Allen, Mrs. Reeves and Miss in! the YPE Band. We
May the .$ ; challenged by everyone. :. Irwin for their part in making would like to take, this means to

''Top honor sw GRACE Join us at our prayer meeting this program a success. Special) extend an invitation to our friendsto
(tot class have 4 (! PRESBYTERIAN NEW BETHEL BAPTIST held every Tuesday night at 7:30: tribute was also paid to Arnold send your children to YPE

are Marcellef 'I i Rev. James Culmer pastor 1571 N.W. 68th Terr. o'clock. Tynes and Henry Larrimore for |Band on Sunday evenings at 6:30:

Jean Hawkins Eddie Edwards, clerk Rev. G. Jones pastor their leadership in this drive. I pm. A high spirited devotional

Smith, 3.6.Members. W School........... TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. Special tribute was paid to Mrs.' service enjoyed by all as
of!.I Sunday School............... 9:30: a.m. Sunday 9:45: a.m. was our
Morning worship ................. 11:00: Morning worship ..,............... 11:00: Evelyn Tynes for being responsible pastor delivered the evening's
classes returned' ti r"": Westminister Fellowship .... 6 D.rn. Evening worship ................... 7:30: L. A. Thompson, pastor for the souvenir programs, message, "Come Now And Let
They reported'tlval The Spring Contest on Sundaywas and to Mrs. Elsaida Gardner for us Reason Together.
and rece a success, the men leadingthe her cooperation in helping to
for their FIRST UNITARIAN for the first time In We are now engaged in a revival
lades MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. women cure ads for the program.We se-j
/ meeting, so if you're look-
Leroy Washinj five years. They made true their
"Humanity and Relativism"
Mrs. Dorothy H will be the sermon topic of the E. M. Thomas pastor motto: "It will never happen! wish to thank all our I ing for religion like it used to be
out to the Old Fashion Re-
onlt Oretha Holder, reporter to those who come
Congratulations frends
the group Rev. Glenn O. Canfield, ministerof who so graciously helped' vival .
CongratulatioYvonne the First Unitarian Church located and worked so hard and contributed by giving; their ads. We also wishto Meeting.Our
"Remember the Sabbath
church is located at 6825
Wlgg; I generously to the drive. Thanksto thank Teresa's for
Florist da-
on Dixie Highway S.W. "
keep it holy. In carrying out this NW 20th( ave.NEW .
Lester first;<< 29th Road, on Sunday, April 27, commandment the seryices at our the many friends for their nating flowers for this occasion.
winners respect 11 a.m. 'Church school and the church with assistance. Those who could not This program was one in a
began the Sunday
hand contest\ make the grade last Sunday are series MT. MORIAH
sponsored the
by Men of
adult forum meet at 10:30.:
I I School with Bro. G, Mann in
Frazier, secondthe asked to do so as quicly as Bethany SD9 for the benefit of
advanced : Following a luncheon at the charge. The school was largely possible. the Rev. A L. Shipp, pastor
church that day members have attended usual. junior academy.The Doris L. Hayes reporter
test held in The aim 'of the contest has men will climax with a big
been asked to make this a At 11 am. an Inspiring devo-
thuneCookmaturday. been accomplished and the Ham- Men's Day program in the monthof Devotional service at 11 am.
"Family Project Day" and take: tional service was conducted by
Other is
Ethel Smith, M ''J, a Jungle Jaunt to both the Or* the deacons with stirring pray- mond The organ monthly a variety reallzaton.program May. was inspirational.; The pastor delivered -
chid and Monkey Jungles. and The l the message as choosen
Wakeaccompanied ers uplifting hymns.
Marcelle will be presented by the choirs from God' Holy words are writ-
It : morning message was delivered Sunday night featuring anthems. ST. JAMES A.M.E.
The Liberal Religious Youth by the pastor, "0 Give Thanks ten from 1st Thess. 5:16.:

Seniors are group will meet at the church Unto The Lord For He is Good Spirituals, Gospel Songs, etc. The Dr. A. Joseph Reddick, pastor At 3 pm. the Home Mission
is invited
public to all services.
class theme, ', t\, that evening; at 6:30.: I I His Mercy Endureth Forever." Mrs. C. W. Brooks, reporter sponsored a musical program and

Will IlememMEnglish To provide a way for church I I ST. MATTHEWS BAPTIST wishes to thank all participants.The .
will (d J members to get better acquaintedwith Sunday afternoon at. 5:30: BTU Sparked by the inimitable per- pastor again brought an-

for content aJ one another and to main- was held with Bro. Daniel Smith, Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor formances of the women of St. other sermon selected from Jere-

educational t tain participation in church affairs director, in charge. The programfor Rev. J. E. Monroe, reporterOn James and their friends more miah 29:13: "Search For God..
seniors has t and problems, the the afternoon was renderedby than $3,000 attended their efforts
congre- Sunday there will be a big
this year. ; gation has been divided into eight the pupils' in the Intermediateand event. Something you can't afford in the 10th annual Woman's Day ST. JAMES BAPTIST
senior classes.
Band Parent It was a one- observance.Mrs. .
Community Groups. The first
to miss, because 4th
larity contest f Community Group meeting for act play. The plot was to persuade Sunday we have what every be Mayme Williams, the guest 323 N.W. 15th St.

band uniform the far south area will be held a young girl to come to Sunday called an old fashion camp may speaker during the 11 a.m. worship Rev. J. J... Johnson, pastor

your ticket tt on Wednesday, April 30, 8:15 p.m. School and BTU. ing. The four choirs, including meets the service majestically lifted the Sunday Services

Nassau and at at the home of Mrs. Merle E. Sunday night at 7:00( devotional famous Echoes of Zion, will sing I overwhelming and more than Sunday School........... 9:30: a.m.

the concert t Hess, 8265 SW 117 Terr. service was conducted by the and four-minute sermonettes will capacity audience to heights Morning Worship ....... 11:00: .nx

treat May 15.;,, deacons. Music for the night was be given by Revs. A. Ferguson, j hitherto unknown as she challenged BTU ......................."....... 5:30: pjn
With two ou NEW MT. CALVARYRev. rendered by the No. 2 choir. The Llghtbourn, Harold Brown and ; the women in the congregation Evening Worship ........ 7:30: p.m
the city-Frate message was delivered by Rev. your own J. E. Monroe. Woudn'tj to lift higher the bannerof Visitors always welcome

FSTA BTV W P. Tarpley, pastor Pickett from St. John Baptist it be a time Sunday night! ,, Christianity and to assume
Junior Adm Edna E. Thompson, reporter Church. After services we were The pastor will the with poise and dignity; their social EBENEZER METHODISTRev.
members will) honored to have the Rev. D. A. service open up ,moral and religious responsibili
and then turn it to
hostesses and :ji Sunday School was opened at Bradley and his choir render a the boys above. Each choir over will j ties."The A. D. Hall, pastor

will also partlconfab the usual hour by the superin- short program in behalf of our try to out-sing the others, and' Team Approach to Ernestine ,Hanbrick, reporterWe
tendent. We
had a large atten-
and n rally.In. the Echoes of Zion will set Christianity" was the theme during -
rious organlz4 dance in each class. our prayers let us rememberthe soul on fire. your I.I j the evening service. The panel cannot be purer than our

ushers for tt Morning prayer service was sidle and those in need of St. Matthew's is the home of the I discussion was enlightening informative thoughts, higher than our ideal,
Church* conducted by Deacons Land and and nor greater than
cil of spiritual guidance. Visitors are sweetest music this side of hea- challenging. Mrs. our dream?
Congratulat! Slaughter. W. H. Jamison Therefore, we must think .
always welcome at our church. ven, and you never hear preach- served as moder correctly
ICadley, AH Morning devotional service was ing until hear this line-up. ator. The panelistsare as follows foster noble ideals, and rise
Sweeting for enjoyed. The senior choir and ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN.W. you : Mrs. Carter, "The Home";; on the wings of Imagination to
and third res usher board No. 2 rendered their SALTERS The Church", Mrs. Blanche I the highest things; of truth and
reer week services. The pastor delivered a 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. AME Dean; "The Sehool"Mrs. Evelyn experience.

Winners of!' true and soul stirring" ; sermon, Phone FR 9-1424 Presiding Elder W. B. Coffee Mincey,1": The Community," Miss All members who have moved

Kelsey Dorsel "Picking Splinters. MASSES held his second quarterly conference 3 Marie White. The youth challengers within the the past two years

Delores Erwj Prayer for the sinners was Daily .................................... 8 ajn. Friday night, April 18 with : Marcia: Johnson and Betty are asked to give their present
tion: Sumner, said by Elder Feason. Sunday.........,. 7 a.m. &: 8:30: ajn. all boards making a round 'Jean Kelly. Mrs. Marian Shannon address to Mrs. Margaret Thomp-

/ Dorothy port. re-I'I |gave the summary. The panel was kins membership secretary, or the

-- TRINITY WESLEYAN The spirit ran high all day thoroughly enjoyed by all who at pastor.
C.W.C. AME Sunday beginning with Sunday i', tended' the service. On Sunday night the pastor and

f Rev. George E. Johnson pastor Richmond Heights School at 9:30: a.m. Love Feast Mrs. Esther Scott, chairman of congregation will go to Trinity

On Thursd Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Rev. Albert Jones, pastor was at 11 o'clock. At 3 p.m. choir 'the Woman's Day celebration OlE church In an after service.

Counselors Sunday School ......._......... 9am. Wilma M. Harris, reporter No. 1 was host to the United ]leader of the Garden of Garden and Our shut-ins include the following -
Day. This { \ Morning worship ,.................... 11:00: Brownsville Choir Union. ias was defeated by : Mrs. Florida Butler, 152
kind ever M Young People's Meeting 5 p.m.: Services were highly inspirational At 7 p.m. a wonderful sermon I Mrs. Ida M. her Cochairman NW 8th St., Mrs. Emma Single

deed it was| and informative in our was preached by our presiding supervisor of the Garden Wright, ton, 1810 NW 4th ct. Mrs. Eu-

During theprogram t ', BAHA'I ASSEMBLY morning worship. The scripture elder.Rev. The highest mount raised of Roses genia Barnwell, 223 NW 16th
for' lesson was taken from the 24th J. S. Blake, pastor strangely was, Terr., Mrs. Eva Brown 355 NW
12th grades, Mrs. Zllpha Sawyer, JESCA Psalms 4 and 5 verse and our Ruth .Twiggs, reporter Gardenia, enough Mrs. Annette, reported by a 16th st., J. E. Arnold, Convales.
speaker for i secretary, and Mrs. Alice Evans, pastor preached a heart warming amount $1 7.25. McNeal I cent Home NW '71st st.
teacher at Phyllis Wheatley will
Maedon S..1 sermon. TRIUMPH CHURCH Other
I Gardenias
teacher at,' attend the Baha'l National Con- The night's scripture lesson was rdporting a
vention and Intercontinental the 27th Psalm the text Prince H. Mobley pastor hundred dollars are: Mrs. Juan
Carver Eten and was ita
Frankye S.; Conference to be held in WU- taken from t he same and deliv- Sister C. McKinney reporter Mackey, $108.27, and Mrs. THE NAACPI!

cation teacha i mette and Chicago from April 29 ered beautifully The school of wisdom
on Sunday -
to May 4. Mrs. Sawyer is dele-
gift and 1 a Tuesday evening the pastor
was very eudcational. The SPECIAL
program.Orchids. fate convention.for the Florida Baha'i! at the called a conference of the entirechurch subject ,of the lesson was "God ". DISCOUNT SALE

tC to discuss plans for our Prepares a Leader." SOUTHERN CHOIR

Association'ton : church.: Sunday evening the Pastor's
Carver FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST The Martin Memorial Club Aid Union met at the First Bap- GOWNS COMPANY

wonderful,J I' met Sunday evening at 5:30 to tist Church of
Rev. C. J. Burney pastor Opa Locka and all 216 N.E. 2nd
der the gui Claudia Wilson, reporterWe outline a program for our youth who attended can report a very FR Ave. Miami
the preside were blessed with another during the summer. enjoyable time. 4-2737 FR 1-8011

This is" day filled with the spirit. The) Women's Auxiliary to the The subject of the YPE band Room 212
Week throuSecretaries' The devotional services trustee board met at the homeof I was "Love Gladdened by Goodness -
were Mr*.. Edna Wesley April 21. ." Custom made
very spiritual throughout the choir
Please don't forget the barbecueand gowns
antes, inst day. Our pastor delivered the The evening service began with

businessestheir i morning message; "Give Me home pies of every Bro. Saturday Andrew. at Gross the a glorious devotional. Many won Highest ,Quality!11!
servic ,
were told. The
: The
saluting rc was Wings.delivered by evening a visiting\ message min- 14760 Harrison St. Sponsored by message for the evening was delivered Lowest Price!II!
board No.1."HUMANITY.
Unnie jS4 ;j Jstor of Brooklyn, Rev. F. A. by our own Prince R. L.
._ From
.., Williams and the $10.95
pan cq. a[ Reid. Both messages were deliv subject was

with token' ered with much power and left AND "The True Vine". New Styles Old
our aH'n'ec; , 1 a thought on our hearts. RELATIVISM"Sormon Styles
The Qrater There will be baptism early by of Finest Fabrics
of Sunday morning at the Beach, Rev. Glenn O. Canfield ,;-4 Caps Collars Stole.

ly wi April 27. Meet at the water. Sunday Service .._...._. betsare Church School .NY.Y.YMNN.N.Y 10-40 Everything for the church. Also and Combinations

a FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH church furniture. Baptist standard Larry Olckett will call on at no
Drive Carefully Dixie Hwy. at S.W. 29th Road hymnals, AME hymnals. 242 obligation"fl'l"
and c NW 8th it, apt. 5. FR 3-8493.

ot, I

I'" THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper'


IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS"Belated Child's Care I I Beauticias Sip

sad but loving memory of message of thank's." I will care for your child while Beautician's Unit No. 42 would
our dear husband and father The family of the late, you work. The price is reasonable.Call like to have you as their guests
MRS. ELAINE WINIFRED FR 1- 387. M3 them Sunday
FELIX ALBERT RAJa/PNGS/ to sip tea with
who departed this life Aorll 24, WRIGHT I April 27 at the home ', of Mrs.
1957. Gone, but not forgotten. wish to thank all their many HELP WANTEDBARBERS Melony Goodman, 1900 NW 55th
May he rest in 'peace. friends for their cards, cOndol- . 'j St. from 4-6 p.m.
The Family ences, floral offerings and tele- FOR SALEAPT for newly remodeled Mrs: Billle Pitts, ;Pra.
grams. We also wish to thank the shop. Apply, 1486 NW 5th place. I I I Mrs; Lucile Moore, chairman
Bethany Seventh Day Adventist full of good furniture. You . :,
IN MEMORIAMIn Church and Elder C. B. Rock for can buy and move right in. OPPORTUNITIES for Negro men Dr. Braynon's YM
services rendered. Special thanksto Dishes, rugs, curtains, everything.Buy .
We learn.
and women. pay as you
sad but loving memory of the House of Albert. at reasonable price. 'Down- .
Phone FR "-l 61. Ship Almost to MoonDr.
dear husband and father,
iBoste Wright and Family town location, convenient to every I I
PHILLIP JOHNSON thing. Call FR 1-2867, Sat. or Sun.
who departed this life April 17, Also cozy room for rent, beauti- Edward J. Braynon's ship
1945. CARD OF THANKSThe fully furnished. Brand new and has gone over two-thirds of the
t Gone, but not forgotten. Maybe modern. Must be respectable per- Dine at the home of distance to the Moon, Atty. L. E.

rest in peace and may light bereaved family of, son, call FR 1-2897. FINE FOODSMOM'S Thomas, Win Commander of theGeorge
perpetual shine upon him. VOLET FRAZIER Washington Carver
Rosa Lee Johnson, wife wishes to thank all kind friends LOTS. Landscaped corner, 80x109 Branch YMCA Membership Enrollment
Eartha J. Curry, daughter who sent cards, telegrams and NW 59th st. and 24th ave. Lots in announced today. Rev.
Thaddeus Johnson, son florals during the death and bur- Liberty City or Brown Subdi- Thedford Johnson and Dr. G. W.
Clement Curry soninlawErma ial of our loved one. Special vision. We build to suit on our KITCHEN Hawkins are trailing behind in
Lee Johnson, thanks to Francis Funeral Home : tot or yours. We take care of all second and third place respective"
daughter-in-law for its kind service. financing. Cash paid for your lot 6666 NW. 15th Ave. ly.
Thaddeus Johnson Jr., The Bereaved Family or home. JE 81340. Baron. '.t: Mrs. L. E. Thomas is working
grandson in two groups and has
Liberty City to the "moon" more
Philbert Johnson, grandson ALMOST NEW CBS house, on mileage
than 1000 times. The following
56th St. NW 15th Ave. Reasonable Jessie' and Harriet, Props. Spacemen have exceeded their

CARD OF THANKSThe loving memory of my dear rent. down See payment.Herb Munnings Balance, like real individual mileage to tho moon
husband, also George Kilpatrlck Oscar
: / ,
family of the late, estate broker, 1530 NW 57th St.,,
VICTOR G. R. TYNES Range, Willie Parker, Eugene
PL 76984.
MRS. ETHEL E. ROLLE who passed away April 29, 1953.: Kemp, Jessie Nash, Dr. Edward
wish to express sincere thanks to Gone, but not forgotten. Lot J. Braynon Jr., Dr. G. W. Hawkins
our many friends, neighbors and USED AMPLIFIER for sale. Good $1,000 or
I loved you but God loved you Mrs. Lloma Green and Atty.L. .
co-workers for their words of best. Sleep on and take your rest. condtion. Phone PL 78737. As a down payment, 3 bed- E. Thomas. Other reported
comfort, floral offerings, tele- Mrs. Christina Tynes, wife Spacemen on the way are Willie
grams, cards of condolences and CBS HOUSE, almost new, on on two
Key West room new, on corner Nicholson, Robert L. Clark and!
53th St. and 15th Ave. Reasonable
any other expressions of sym-
Luvenia Other
Mrs. Taylor.
pathy. We also wish to thank down payment. Balance like rent. lots. 2901 NW 43rd Terr. space.
in the organization are expected -
Elder C. B. Rock and Elder Fred See Herb Munnings, real estate make their this
Parker for their wonderful mes- broker, 1530: NW 57th St. Phone Hardwood floors. A beauty. to reports

sages of comfort that were I DEATHSSeniors :PL 7-6984. I Lots for'Ie. Cash for your week.Atty. Thomas reported that
brought to us. 1,000 members are expected to be
We wish also to thank the la there a lots. Baron, JE 81340. enrolled by the close of the drive.
Range Fneral Home for their DOCTORin To date there are 530 already en.
S courteous and efficient services.We . the city I Open 3.5 ,p.m. rolled.lIIAMIN .
wish to mention the names of who would love
Mrs. Mable Ferguson, Mrs. Louise 'Funeral services for the late to have a beautifulnew
Mortimore, Mrs. Rosa Penn of John Collins of 1801 NW 59th St buildingon
Hollywood for their help and who died April 20, will be held an important street
everyone else for everything they April 27 in Jadkson, Miss. lie !fs ALL COLORED AREA
have done to help during our be- survived by his wife, three with no
reavement.Mr. brothers and two sisters. doctor or dentistIn
Cecil Curtis, son I a 10 mile radius
Mrs. Elsaitla Gardner, neice Funeral services for Susie Williams ! large reception room
Mr. Charles Sawyer, nephew of 924 NW 70th St., who and two consultant rooms 7
:Mr. Wm. Sutherland, nephew I died April 21, will be held onApril full tiled bath
28 at the 46th St. chapel suitable for dentist, etc.
with burial at Pardlse Gardens.She or two medical men
IN MEMORIAM I is survived by her husband, area Opa LockaFREDERICK

In sad but loving memory of mother, three sisters and other
relatives. UN 6-8002 UN 6-7801
our dear mother, sister, grand-
mother and great grandmother, ,
Stanley Hamilton of Perrine
died April 22. Funeral services Trade or Sell NE WI
will be held Sunday, April 27 at Will trade for lot in Carver
Sumpter, S.C. lIe is survived by Ranches. My equity in a nice 3 i
his wife, father and other rela Bedroom home CBS or $700 cash. I
tives. One mortgage, no balloon pay-
ment later. Small monthly pay- I
Range . ments. For further informtion
write Mr. Millard, 5412 SW 23rd

James and Carolyn Mimi, St., West Hollywood.
father and daughter of 6208 NW
23rd ave. were victims of a traffic FOR RENTTWO ,,. .. ,
accident which occurred at
W 41st street and 22nd ave. on BEDROOM APT. with
( Saturday, April 19. Mr. Minis, stove and refrigerator. Bus No.
fM4 x who was popularly known as 24 passes door at 2949 NW 46th
"Pie", died Instantly and Carolyn St. Phone FR 9.3576.
died a few hours later at Jackson
Hospital. Survivors are, Mrs. EFFICENCY Toilet and face
.'f.. Margaret MIms. the wife, and bowl. Phone NE 5-0010, 1870 NW
;::1 ,. mother; James MIms Jr., Barbara 55th Terr.
Jean, children sister of _ER .pll
.... 4 ; a \
)Jt; .'. :\.. Georgia and an uncle. In addition,, STORE suitable! for Doctor's of-
:i,. ".... ,\1.,If.,' .."t; Carolyn Is survived by grand, flee or clinic. Next to busy drug COSTS
''f ," ) ." ,. -!' .::u .''iT. parents. I store. Top location. Low rent. CAPSULES
''MJ :J.i.l.JBf 427 NW 20th St., Jay's Drug
Funeral services! will be conducted Store. M3 ONLY -----------------------1
who departed this life on April St. John's Baptist Church withRev. I WANTED
23, 1957. Thedford Johnson officiating I 6 times the dilly minimum requirement of VITAMIN A IIVt
Our hearts still ache with sad AVON be appointed CALLING:immediately RepresentaUvelto for! 9 times the daily minimum requirement of VITAMIN 81 {

ness. I 4 times the dilly minimum requirement of VITAMIN C
the Miami area only. Call I j
Pvt. Elliot of 3359
Our eyes have shed many tears Morley NW II wonderful VITAMIN B12
1-6407 for of the new
God alone knows. how we miss 52nd st., was killed in an air, I FR appointment. 5 full micrograms
plane accident which occurred al t A DAY 7 OTHER IMPORTANT VITAMINS AND I IL j
k At dawn of another year. Ft. Campbell, Ky., where he waa I /1uJ 10 IMPORTANT MINERALS I I
Mr. Mack White, son and member of the famed lOlgt sl I VALUE VALUE
family Airborne Division. Survivors a ; 12th Ave. and 58th at.r ______ ______=
Mr. Arthur White, son and his mother, Mrs. Olga Robert r 5 Bedrooms 2 Baths

tp family Mr. Joe White andfamily 'brother Morley,, father Aubrey, Albert J., 2 Morley grand-, a II I Lovely CBS, partly furnished, If you have been feeling tlmf. Ion run downyog'
son mothers, Mrs. Lillian Pratt anMrs. i tile roof, hardwood floors. $3, OCJ must try marvelous new Bcxef M. {Ira the "cadillac".
cash will handle. Reduced tc of the vitamins! The most potent vltamln ninersl
Mr. Red White, son and Clementine Morley, and a I tale. McKesion. Think
$19,500 for quick capsule ever manufactured by pi
familyMr. large number of other relatives
III II vitamins and 10 minerals, all In one{
Tommy White, son and Funeral arrangements will be an weft be
nounced. NEAR 58th STREET capsule for only 9* a davl Bexel M may 'oust
r family what need to acquire quick energy and a
$595 Cash you
Mrs. Ara Smith daughter
i test for living.
and family 1 Mortgage, $75 month
Mrs. Robertha Smith, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, partly furnished Tka.ft'/1.',.,IIItiN tome e/M w'I.I111\1II due II\ a It VRamte, a2. IN d.fttleeef atacS"" beIInMlwe icew.... tIId 1Vd.n i
daughter and family Non.Surgleal Treatment $7,500 total. ,, ally' rprM.meeti eve a O.lo.Nd. ,.,10.1. ,In Duet.i."i .

daughter Mrs. Carrie and Lee family Pooler, Hernia Piles CHECK THIS CBS c eaethaifsf wmei'.f Si dw to aclissai;sadidast"?, ,

Mrs. Mary Harris, daughter (Rupture) (merrheJde) $1,390 CashNeat I

Mrs.and family Mary Scott* sister and 'DR. LONG'S CLINIC and clean, 2 bedrooms, ] TRY IT AT OUR RISK!You must feel better w YOUR MONEY BACM .

and family ,' general health service bath, partly furnished. EZ pay .
Mrs. Armanda Epps, sister 21 8.W. 1Sth Ave. ment. Near 58th St., $11,500 total.
and family plane RR t 2748 i
and many other relatives and Add Life to Years Gold Coast Realty 'StoreCARDS
friends and Years te Life At Your Local Drug

REDUCESpecial 4301 N.W. 2nd Av.

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PAGE .14 SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1958MM E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar .
11 ..., Veronica O'Berry, reporter
I 1l1''r. .._...- _
l _
Church School and Adult

Bible Class .................... 9:30: a.m. k
.. .:.. Solemn] Sung Mass and D

THE Sermon ...................... 11:00: a.m. -
Episcoal YoungChurchmen ;

PAGE 8 .......-....... 5:30 p.m. _ _
i, Confirmation Instructionfor
"" i Children ................ 5:30 p.m.
vi"Sprlng Solemn Evensong and
B. T. I Sermon ...-..........-.-... 7:30: pm.
I Acolyte Practice ...-..-..-....... 6 p.m
, man
their, , WEDNESDAY r
ed In the a Low Mass ...........*..-....... 6:30 a.m ;'
Lovely Evensong Meditation and
crowned < Confirmation Instructionfor

Club April ;, Adults .................... 8 p.m
classes 0 THURSDAY !
Americanpresentatio i St. Mary's ChoirRehearsal

ANTIOCH BAPTIST GREATER NEW BETHELMrs. ......,-....... 530: um .. .... __. ......----- --

tale "Cttpresented Rev. O. W. Foster I :FRIDAYSt. smiles see in the Committee, Mrs. Christabel De-
pastor R. Conley, clerk The bright you
A. L. Johnson reorterpresenUn : Cecelia's Choir Guild the result of a health meritte, chairman.Left
Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor picture are
< i Rehearsal..............a... 8 pm project held at R. R Moton dur- to right are: Mrs. L. W.
1. TH We are worshipping in Unity Sunday School opened at 9:30: Note: Masses on All Saint and ing the past two weeks. Emphasis FannIn, principal; Shedricka

May May 2'in' with the Shiloh Baptist Church' a.m. The topic, "God Prepares a Holy Days ...-...................... 6 a.m was placed on the care of the Wesley, Llllie Mae Bradshafc
hon Sunday School was timely. I Leader" was taught to a total of teeth. Last Friday the school participated Jimmie Lee Banks, GregoryStl'es
tot Top class t 'The devotional service was very nine classes. ST. MARY'S W. M. in "Toothbrush Day'* '! Willie James Davis, De-
Mart enjoyable throughout the day. I I The morning hymn service was The project was sponsored by the loris Beard, Dorothy Israel and
are Jean HawSmith Shiloh No. 2 choir and No. 1 conducted by Deacons. W. Reed Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporterRev Student Council and Guidance Barbara Tomlin.
usher board served. Pastor Griffin and A. Thomas. E. A. Culmer. pastor
delivered a wonderful ser- Our pastor delivered the mes Sunday School began at the ---
mon from St. John 15. sage. His subject was "Lord Deliver usual hour with the superintendent \
classes ret us From Evil I Miss Marva Trotman, in PERKINS' HOME-MADE CANDIES
They reps The Infant daughter of Mr. and Evening hymn service was con charge. The lesson, which was

tival and for Mrs. Henry Srecher, Mr. and Mrs. ducted by Deacons F. Ross and very interesting and enjoyable, AND SANDWICH ,SHOP
lades Lawrence Croohron and Mr. and Harris. was reviewed by our pastor.He .

MLeroYDoW' Mrs. Robert Bradley were bless- The message was delivered by was in charge of the service 6825 N.W. 15th Avenue
ed. Rev. C. McClary. His subject was at 11 a.m. and preached
the group "The Dord is my Shephard. from St. Luke 8:45, theme, "Only
CongratYvonne At 3 pjn. Antioch choir No. 2 A Touch' Specializing in
pastor at his
withLesterRev Sis. Simmons sponsored an was
; closed its 4th anniversary
( P. W. Williams after-service program for the best as he preached out of his Peanut Brittle Pecan Rolls Coconut and
benefit of the Women's Day pro- soul and everyone was blessed. .
from St.
The sermon was Chocolate Fudge
No. 1 choir
with their
gram, which will be observed sang organist -
hand COJ Mark 8:35.Frazierl .
: April 27, Everyone is invited to Mrs. G. McFord, and the
usher board
Antloch's Sandwiches
At 7 And Variety
p.m. No. 2 ushers served. a
come and help celebrate the
the advfti No. 2 and choir No. 2 served. We
test held Pastor Foster delivered a soulthuncCOC casion. 4 tk were happy to have Mrs. James Perkins, Prop.
Finley out, and want her I
O stirring sermon. to know that the church is pray-
urday. ing for her
Ethel Sm. BAPTIST The 7 complete devotion recovery. .r I.............................................N..n...............-- .........
Marcelle NEW HOPE p.m. was led by :
the pastor. He preached from 1

eccompanSeniors Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor Kings 18, subject, "Elijah's Sac- Custom Drapes Bedspreads SlipcoversMADE
A. L. Stephens, reporter rifice. The spirit was high. No. 2
class the) andEnglish r I choir rendered music with their
Will Ren Services were very v orranist, Mrs. U. Higgs, who had
well attended throughout the day. been ill. We were happy to have
for cont The 11 a.m. worship began with her out. TERMS-PAYABLE WEEKLY, MONTHLY

educationseniors an inspiring devotional service ". I The public is Invited to a tea
''t: with the deacons in charge. The sponsored 'by the Pulpit Aid Sun- Call Jerry-No ObligationR.

this year message proved to be food for day, 3.30: ( pm. at 1609 NW 5th
Band, 3 thought. I Ct. Please cpme: out and help B. FRANK, SALES HI 8.3747

larity co Sunday afternoon the juniorband them.. Mr. A. Bain, president; mumw..............................................................n................--
unl usher board celebrated its first Mrs. Lucille Milton, secretary.
your tic! anniversary. Junior choirs and

Nassau the conetreat a usher they were boards present were to invited do their and bit Daughter Elks to For Sale Summons

Ma for the Juniors. We take this time Attend Church ,
With t to thank all the groups, boards ,

the city... and individuals who helped to SundayThe New 2-bedroom CBS home, tile bath, large lot
this anniversary a success.Junior i
make Ie
4'1 .. Daughter Elks of Greater
two Juniors i ,. DOWN
We give roses to our $1,495
members Miami Temple No. 769 will wor-
that were mistress of ceremonies, .\ .... .
ship at St. Paul AME
hostesses '- Church,
Wilson and Ernestine Open Saturday and Sunday
will also Griffin. They did a wonderful MRS: Claretha; B. Cook -I Coconut Grove on Sunday, April
crnfab t jdb. A special thanks to the assis- I 27 promptly at 11 a.m. Daughters 7575 N.W. 14th Avenue
or Mtos Hattie M. General chairman Women's Day will wear the regalia of the
tant directors, I
us ersCJ 1 Jones and Mrs. Tommie Sue activities at Greater New Bethel order. Any Daughter falling to be Call SUMMONS i:

oil Grissom along with the pianist'' Baptist Church, Opa Lodka, Sunday present for no other reason but Phones HI 4.2448 HI 6-0173
CongnIladley Andrea Williams and the director April 27. | illness will pay a fine of $1.00.
The 11 Daughters of Antlers Temple No.
choir Mrs. Willie guest speaker at a.m.
of the Junior ,
Sweetinj will be Mrs. Beatrice Waldronand 39 and Liberty, Temple No. 724 . . .
Williams. ,
And this Mae I Mrs. Essie B. Johnson will are invited to Join in the wor- : : ; .-,:. : .. -- - '
reer w To all the Juniors of New HopeWinners i deliver the evening m ssage. Mrs. ship service. ;
Baptist (in unity there is Wllene Robinson is co-chairman.: After the service, dinner will
Kelsey 1 strength). The president, MissDelores be served at, the home of Dt. SALES TRAININGLOCAL
Yvonne White extends her Witnesses End Myrtle Davis on Oak Ave. The
tionSST: thanks to each of you. | dinner swill be prepared and donated COMPANIES ARE SPONSORING EVENING t
Services this Sunday will begin AssemblyThe by the Daugher Elks who CLASSES AT NORTHWESTERN ,
with baptism at Virginia reside in the Coconut Grove area HIGH

G.l'G Beach at 7:30 a.m. The Lord has Bible lecture, "Facing the Daughters Amelia Shavers, SCHOOL. ON COMPLETION OF COURSE TRAINEES ,
''J blessed us with 22 candidates and Future Without Fear" climaxedthe Myrtle Davis and Olivia Rogers MAY'BE EMPLOYED IMMEDIATELY.
On Tk we pray that when revival is three-day Christian Assembly have returned from the Elks con.I I GUAR-
CounselDay. over, Friday night, April 25, of Jehovah's Witnesses that ventlon in Pensacola. Dt. Ruler ANTEED SALARY, PLUS COMMISSION. APPLI-
'* be many more. was held at the Lake Ridge Ellen Taylor, Dt. Alice Dean and CANTS MUST BE BETWEEN AGES 21.45 REPORT f
Dt. Serena Green ,
have returned
Community Auditorium
kind ci :Lake--
deed 11During DR. GRAY AT MT. land. from the Masonic Grand Lodge. TO FLORIDA STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, '
All daughters are requested to 363 N.W. 11th STREET
Some 677 heard James A. BETWEEN HOURS 8 A.M.
$heo toward the F 1
prograi12th Thompson Jr., district superin- AND 4 P.M.Furnished.
'ff ZION SUNDAY tendent of the Watchtower Society Hundred Tea. This is a custom I
and not a tax. All members f
epeakeMaedo.: of New York, point to the are
Dr. William H. Gray will be fact that people the world over urged Ellen to give their dollar to Dt. : ,
teaches the'Men's,Day speaker at the Mt. are living in a period of intense Taylor or Dt. Marie White
Carver Zion Baptist Church, Sunday, anxiety and 'fear. He'showed that receive'credit for the same. I'
April' 27 at 11 The tea will be held in the spa- ,
Frank: a.m. Dr. Gray is this was one of the events that
cation no :stranger to Florida, having Jesus centuries ago prophesied cious auditorium of the Long
a gift served as president of Florida ,,would be fulfilled in our day. He 50 shoreman has Hall. A committee of Apartments ,
prograOrel Normal fend Industrial College then quoted Luke 21 for proof. appointed ,
and of the Florida A and M Uni- '", of the unusual large crowd, several AS
Assod versity.ton "Jehovah God", Mr. Thompson I f' tables' for refreshments will LOW AS r
Cwond continued' "has created a free be used. Dt Mallie Hunter, noted \1
< The program is being given un fearless New World Society. Particularly speaker has been chosen by her $19.95
der U der the direction of the Laymen's since 1919 has this New I Temple as the speaker I per week

the P League of the Church, David H.'n1i World ,Society given tangible Dt. Lula Mae Yancie was hostess -
Dobbs president.,"Our aim Is t o proof that it can overcome fear. to a large group of Daughterson LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED'
WeekSecre develop worthwhile programs; He referred to Jesus' words at last Wednesday evening.. All .
and to bring before the people of John 8.32 (NW), -and you will were members of the Committeeof Select Your Own Brand New Furniture WhicH
antes, this community, men of outstanding know the truth and the truth Fifty A wonderful time was
busin accomplishments," said the will make you free." ., had. Becomes Yours !
''tbeir: president t>i the League at a recent tHe further showed that in Je- I I
f aiut Interview.A .hovah's' New World there,will be I Unfurnished
f' panel has been arranged no SUM things as anxiety and sociate with the New World So- Apfs. $14 week, '

,..., for the evening service, which fear fo? at the coming battle of ciety and fearlessly face the fu- ),
begins at 7:30.: Invitation Is here Armageddon, 'the cause 'of tear, ture. | SEE SAM
,; by extended to all, and a cordial will be removed. I Another highlight of the assembly B. SOLOMON AT '

\. welcome can ,be expected at both Mr. Thompson then concluded was the baptism service.
J cervices. with three ways one could expect Twenty new ministers were bap- BONDED COLLECTION/
f Dr. Gray Is presently ministerof to survive this world's |id tized. AGENCY
the Bright Hope Baptist without fear. (1) To investigate I
Church of Philadelphia a con- the marvel of the New World 1163 N.W. 3rd AVENUE PHONE FR 38416'

gregation formerly led by Dr. Society. (2) To acquire knwl-I$ JOIN THE NAACP! II IIi
Gray's father. edge, faith, and love. (3) To as-



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Bellamy Banquets SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1958 PAGE 15

Richmond Heights Flashes SportsmenErnest

Bellamy popular sportsman .
By ORA D. TALYOR businessman, and a recent
Ii .. -..... organizer of the new highly regarded 06iVM M A4at
I South Florida Exterminating -
I SOCIAL OR WHAT NOT 1 Mrs. Edna Mae Sessions, Miss buffet
Co. a sumptuous
CLINCHERS _ I Rosa Alexander D. Grant Mrs. Melvena Mrs. Katie Moore M., dinner party honoring the members NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
and guests of the Square
Have you ta Mrs. Ethel Grant Mrs. Venetta
Circle Sportsmen Club in the .,
ken inventory of Irvin, Rev. W. E. Taylor. Your *'
cocktail of the Sir
elegant lounge
your -
Scribe received Area Supervisor
John on Friday last.
to note the.mrious award at the banquet. We wish to I
kinds! again thank you the public who Under the direction and sup I M-OM PRESENTS THE BOLD, BURNING NOVEL AT I AST Ittarrti
of "climbers' "supported this worthy drive and ervision of the congenial hostess,
there- It is In- the workers who did an excellentJob Mrs. Shirley Francis and the cap-
teresting. As for in a short time. This same able Albert Bellamy( brother of
me, I prefer no, group will meet the third Monday Ernest) the party turned out a : ,lI : *
publicity as such ; I night In each month to make wholesome and enjoyable suc- YUL ,BRYNNER
no laurels for' plans and work for Heart Association -
necessary wort round unit cess.Albert s
as a year
_ wt done; no high praise to be seen and make plans for next year's served as caterer for the MARIA SCHELL CLAIRE BLOOM
affair serving foods from his well
of others; no getting names on drive.
papers, pictures in print for pub- stocked Flamingo Restaurant in ;;;/ LEE J. COBB ALBERT SALMI
licty. Names on, letterheads of FOR RENT If you are Inter- the Sir John where he is well "
number caterer. t *..........RICHARD BASEHART
large groups for stepping aheadof ested in renting' in Richmond, known as.a one } 1 .WNJUAM. SHATNM
someone we envy. In other Heights before buying we have Among the delicious foods on V: Att A_Pii,,*, .1It..ITItOCOLOIt
words, the people who thrive on new duplexes being finished at I the buffet table were prime roast
that kind of food indeed rate of two week. Place
t are 'Poor a your beef, turkey, various salads, hot
r'' in spiritual social and educational applications at 14601 Lincoln buttered rolls and numerous oth- '1 h Y I :t' / 1
t adjustment.''Let me live in the Blvd. or call CE: 5-4246. We also delicious accessories.
middle of the road of life where have other homes for sale or I er it: ' M :1' I I IA
you meet ,turmoil and strife; rent, or if you know of someone Honored guests included Atty.G. .
Where you grapple with the poor who wants 20 acres of land adjoIning E. Graves, Dick Rickett, who
in spirit And help them on to Rchmond Heights or interested defeated the Miami Marlins in
live and bear it; Let me not live in buying a live projectin their opener 2-1; Bill Greason,
in a house by the side of the road Delray Beach call CE 5-4246 another sepia star who followed
and watch the needy go by; But or Just call anyway. We like to Rlcketts fete by downing the
let me walk by the house down talk real estate. How about that? Marlins 3-2; the guests in atten .
the middle of the road; With dance: Misses Nora Allison Elizabeth M .
those who need me to help themto WOMEN'S CLUB CONTESTBe Brown Valena Simmons M
live or die. Let me have you reminded that the Women's Clementine Pettiqun Vernell I- H
reaction by calling or writing. Club of the Heights Is sponsoringtheir James, Placiel Wells, George i iM iiiOCK
annual baby contest Sun- Starke, Benny Harvey, John H.!
GREETINGS We the residents day, April 27 at 3 p.m. at Tots Wlton Walter Poole, Don Brown,I
; of Richmond Heights wishto Town Nursery Building, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wright Mildred I
extend greetings and con-I Thelma Aranha supervisor. At1 Sawyer, Charles Higgs : + MAIL ET LUANA PATTEN
gratulations to the two outstand 1 tend and bring friends. Henry Keener James West, To-I
log groups assembled in Miami bias Bledsoe Mary Williams, Rosa cam CDABIES McGRAW'BARBARA I LfflfBWCE
this week The National Fra-I' Seville Charles McGhney, Harry
ternal Council of Churches and'NO MONEY FOR Jackson Lewis Miller, Francisco
the Florida State Teachers Association GOLF COURSE Billie Fluellen Earle Cave, and MONDAY TUESDAY
of which your scribe Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Boden.
1 bearitly endorse. The groups rep- BUT NEGROES t 11.
resent our finest manhood and
womanhood on both state and CAN'T PLAY ON
national levels. We wish to extend -
welcome to our beautiful CITY LINKS
.I community. We also extend to I
you the courtesy of our homes MOBILE, Ala. (ANP) -
and facilities. We especially greet Negro golf enthusiasts can't use
"' Bishop S. Green and Mrs. Green the city's new municipal golf ,
,senior presiding bishop of the llth course because It "Is a white 11 kni tkt V> b }f. 2 vbr
Episcopal District of the AME man's course." Yet the city can'l
Church; Mrs. -. Irene Straughter, afford to give Negroes a g o 1 f
president of Florida State Teach- course for themselves, because it i. .
ers' Association; Dr. Gilbert doesn't have the money. }
Porter, executive secretary of
FTA Inc.; Dr. J. T. McMillan, I This line of reasoning was
c' executive secretary of Fraternal voiced by two city commissionerslast
'Council of Churches and all other week as they announced intentions 3 deitcTHE .
I. officers and members of cither of flphtln-! !mt': broughtby : !
sx: "Oup.+ We are j-attf: that Miami I- three Nc2ro l\ federal district L

religious win be and high./cultural; carlchHvjh; the golf court course.seeking integration of Kirtucfcy Straight LIGHTER Bourbon whisky BOURBON a V%01* "",. NErv/J/xSCOPfS r CM OR by D: Lt:::! adaI t.
because U hoof/'CAndtnl Ap V st.Co.,Frankfort,Ks.ttl r
Opening services of Fraternal caotucz Mob
Council of Churches at Greater commissioners, Charles F
Bethel AME Church of which we Hackmeyer and Henry R. Lusc- AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL JAN 1: RUSSELL -
her said
they hire special
are an active member, was an

_ overflow Tuesday evening of people April and talent 22. Rev.on Fred counsel G. to Collins work to with defned city the Atty. RICHARD' EGAN O -

S. A. Cousins, host pastor. The city. .... JOAN LESLiE
program was enriched by the Jlackmeyer said: THEATRE .. AGNO MOOKHDtD

warm fellowship which prevailed.The "We have been doing every- SAT. MIDNIGHTSUN. ....Mlooum, p
able sermon by Bishop W. F. thing within our power and our ., MON., TUES. I
k Ball now visiting In Miami, was financial limits to give the colored APRIL 27 28 29 I
most soul stirring. The excellent people fine recreational fa-

music from Mt. Zion Baptist dUties. The new recreation cen- ROCK HUDSON by oi una ... _....
Church, Rev. E. J. Graham pastor ter we are building for them at' : t Asia M01lLs
A and the many welcomes and Harmon Park will be the finest and Dorothy Malone In CINEMASCOPE _w IIt11lf 1811 1
remarks by Dr. George W. Lucas in ANGELS
this area. We would like to TARNISHED ...
brought the to most lOA
program a give them just as fine a golf
delightful close.. course as we have for the white STARTS Wt"O"'t'n AY9kwf
tt people. But it's a question 011)
HEART BANQUET The "But above all else, we intend BUNCHE
workers in the Heart Association to do
I everything legally possible act'
Fund Drive were guests at a ban- to maintain LOCKA A GUN-A OIRL...both '
segregation. OPA
quet at Hotel Tarreton in New d '
; Dupont Plaza Building on last NEGROES SEEK PERMANENT Tl. NA 1-7322 j ;; ii:
Wednesday evening. Those attending INJUNCTIONThe SUN., MON., TUES. II
received citations. The
following captains and workers suit charges that Negroesare JOHN WAYNE WIN!
will receive citations presented by denied their civil rights, as Sophia/ Loren I 111'
Your Scribe at Frank Martin Elementary guaranteed by the U. S. constitution "LEGEND OF THE ROBERT TAYLOr
School during the assembly by being barred from the LOST '
: period on Thursday morn- golf course. It asks a permanent JULIE LONDON
Ing at 8:30.orbese fine persons injunction restraining the com- Marilyn Monroe In
worked cooperatively and well. mission from enforcing the' "But Stop" 17 JOHN CASSAVETES Lj t
The citations are a small tokenof "white only" rule, and also damages nnnaldCRISP.Charles", .RAW1 r'M
esteem for a great service ren- In the amount of ",000.
dered humanity. The followingwill
receive awards:: Miss Clyde
Wright. Miss Jean Henry, Mrs. Drive Carefully!
Ruth Freeman Mrs. Helen Payne, RITZTHEATRE

M'a Thrilling

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APRIL 27 28 29


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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" Personal MentionAlong Brown They reported a great She is the niece of Dr. Von D.

PACE session.Min Mizell ot Fort Lauderdale and
SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1988 with other Miamlans: expects to enroll( at NorthwesternHigh
'i. attending the Masonic Grand. Ava Jean Dixon Brown, in September for a course
_ Lodge in Jacksonville last spent a week in Miami with her in nursing. Mrs. Brown attended
were Mrs. Ellen Wallace, Week'j' godparents Mr. and Mrs. Buster' Dorsey High School and was a
Bonlvy. Mr and Mrs. Hawkins, 1441 NW 71st street. member of the pep squad tor
( three years before graduating in
' 1&55. She resides in Fort Laud-
lE.t erdale with her husband.

:1\r..'\,,/1 q **&* RUMMAGE SALEDresses

t tI n6t

| Stanley Sweeting I Shoes Gifts [Household

l U '. .. I e e1
1 C Goods Novelties Many Other Items
in the Negro-owned PICOF .
rel S THE MAJOR Quintet with grocery -
A Wally Futch on the vocals, headlines chain. I e
A the nightly shows at Club WATCH 0
t Sir John. The group formerly FOR announcements
;. played at Club Royale with Bull- revealing the June merger of the '
moose Jackson featured on sax W. O Perrys (he's the florist) FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
(beautiful daughter, Iva Rosetta,
O JAMES GATOR'S neck and to Clifford McDuflfy Catholic
ii chest are covered with burns. style. EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD Q e
n Two weeks ago Gator, woo I
1))) smokes cigars! went home drunk, ZACK (Money) JOHNSONand
2 fell asleep but awoke to find himself the Madam left town Thurs- 7612 N.W. 22nd Aveue ,
)3 in a mass of flames. Gator's day on their annual trek to Falls,
l address: Jackson Memorial Hos- burg, N.Y. Johnson is a former Unlucky straight Bourbon Whiskey Yrs.Old
t pital. I Bennie Brice protege. I SSProof 'Ancient Act Dltt.Co.FrinMortKy.

I the hand. O JOHNNY AND MARSHA, the _
O ----------------- A
singing duo, scheduled to
to some Americana Hotel singing appear
star, fiddles with the heavy, but on Club Jim Jam entertainment

attractive Adams cuties ,burn while eyebrows several of pert onlooking Marie quests._card, did Was not it show teenage for trouble weekend? Fair Realty is Easy to Buy From


I .ANNIE WILLIAMS' the Bat- disturbed because he feels the VISIT OR CALL TODAY . PL 7-1645
gr timore Baby, who makes her woman, directly responsible for
home in Augusta, Ga., wants so the bus integration decree has
i badly to hear from Eddie (Castle-I been left behind unsung. The ..
rock) Castleberry, the exiled discJockey woman, he says, figured prominently 4 7 r
;i in the bus test case.
F who was recently ,
from Miami's WMBM to kt I
e Cincinnati's I. RECOMMENDED for eye. f a _
: That shapely torso of
r rg
f.h f. 0 LEE McKINNEY, 10-year-old Rose Hardaway, the Larry Steele
e veteran employee at the Marine thrush, whose song stylings at Miami -. F
Lounge in Liberty City, has his Beach's plush Deauville Hotel -
I eyes focused on 'Operation Res- has the ofay boys gasping.
ce, taurant' at the Booker Terrace
5 .
m; Motel in Brownsville. O NOW THAT SUMMER U r .S _, *r
I fast approaching churches, sing- '
0 REV. EDWARD T. GRAHAM, ing groups and other interested Mr 'S ,, nw i:
Mt. Zion Baptist minister and parties can latch on to a brand r f fM
chairman of the Ministerial Alli- new :fabric for choir robes.
s ance, will officiate at the Dedication Southern Choir Gowns, 216 NEw
ct Ceremonies of the neoa' 2nd ave., has imported a special
Sanctuary Building Sunday afternoon type of cloth that 'wears cool' in
or at 3:00 o'clock. Services will the hot weather and keeps you
23 be held at Evergreen Memorial free from perspiration and other
ty Park in Brownsville.I I discomforts. ?

d O I WONDER IF Kermit Cooper 0 A FLAMINGO Restaurant i . r
the lanky bull fiddler and sweet conversational three-some: Rose
a crooner with the Bert Wallace Hardaway, the Larry Steele ori- ; ..: ,
a mob, ever thought albcut doing a., ole, Lonnie Sattin, the Americana 4..wr ...e ?
it single in show business? I|l Hotel balladler, and Killer
'Johnson, Sugar Ray Robinson's WHY PAY RENT ?
c A VICKIE MARTIN, the lass pilot.
A who played the role of "Candy"in

TILt Robert Earl Sawyer's hilarious WITH THE ADVENT of Luke I New 3 Bedroom _
Wives," is recom CBS Homes Liberty City .
"Swapping or ,
to talent. Vidkie's Modern the ofay singsation, into ,, "
i mended efforts before the Blanche Calloway cast, the I Brown Sub"* coI/
emoting .
fa Jim Jam Club' show has gone In- .
th eTheatre klelgs last weekend rated IK.,
tegrated. Formerly it was the
hurrahs. She's a 'diamond' in' them $
musical backdrop at this same
rough. Tho show Itself was a best
spot that featured Latin Carlos a
a seller. I(i JBermudez and his combo which 995DOWN "i
1 highlighted an ofay drummerman.
t PRETTIEST FILLY along 3rd And, speaking of Salem,
ave. Scenic route is Barbara New- he's like' the cigarettes ,that car-
man, beautiful daughter of the ries coot ,. ,' '
his name and soothing :,
Right In .*
David Jewelers boss. I IO I ; with every "puff".. ......11. .1, .
No Closing Costs. Real Good
It POPULAR local druo store e MEMBERS OF THE spiked Buys Only $11,995 TotalLive
is interested in police night patrol heel
n: brigade are praising the efforts -
services. The place, apparenly of Miami Carver Hotel for
has been threatened by prow spreading out the new carpet, rent free in any one of these BRAND NEW CBS

lers._ I' which helps their shapely ,gamsto beautiful CBS duplexes. 2 bedrooms 3 BEDROOMS

A WORD TO rock and roll) cruise more softly. each '.d e. Priced right, city' $795 DOWN
disc jockeys of Negro-personnel S I Opa Locks beauties on the water
IN LIBERTY CITY water, close to school, buses and
12 stations: Watch your grammar, front. Only $12,995'total.. East of
are plenty burned over the ousting -
J don't spell too nicely or use correct of a family of 8 by that irate I shopping. East and west of N.W. NW 19th Ave. On NW 155th St.

01 English; you might get, lord, whose! only ache was an 17th Ave. Only 1 mortgage, 2 left. Hurry.
canned for a violation.
I I untidy back yard the family kept.
I The mother and her young brood,
tl DORIS LYNCH, the FAMU 'tho their EDISON
rent is paid, are lookIng CENTER
Junior and 1957's $595 DOWN
U "Liberty City
elsewhere for shelter.
Lovely 2 bedroom
S hostess" for Miami's Classic salute home on
program, is now a cashier 1 I I THAT'S IT, FOLKSI this NW 63rd St. $1,495 down. City
Buys (cute corner home. Part- water. $17.50
per week pays all.
ly furnished, 2 bedrooms, front Close to schools and buses. Hurry.

r, enclosed porch, landscaped, city
TV SICK ? water, close to everything MAN ALIVE!11 WHAT A BUY

this stucco pennastone home

Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. $495 DOWN off NW 12th Ave. and NW 61st St.

City water This house has front

SAME DAY SERVICE For these 2 bedroom CBS homes in rear and side screened porches: Yea
it also has
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Carver Ranches. EZ a separate living room,
dining kitchen
area, and bath. Bus
on the corner Shopping around the
Picture Tube. Special corner. Hurry.

'' $1,995 DOWN
I7-inch- $22.95 21-inch-$29,95
Buys this 3 bedroom 2
gorgeous 4 bedroom CBS
LATCH ON TO THIS BARGAIN corner, carporte,
r;' bath CBS ranch home in Edison 60x140 lot. Total ,j I only $12,995,

Converters For Channel 17-$16.50 Center. Carporte, city water, 1 year $2,495 down. A terrific buy at this
pnce. Nicely
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