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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: May 10, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00597
Source Institution: University of Florida
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L 'Adam Powell Indicted for' Tax Evasion

" : New York A Federal Grand in I960, Powell supported President
Jury Thursday indicted Rep Eisenhower and the Republican -
Adam Clayton Powell Jr. on income national ticket because he
l"Hi- $ Get Truckload of Cigarettes tax evasion charges. said be was displeased with his
The congressman from Harlem own party's national stand on
I -- was accused of misrepresenting racial segregation.
I .r',," Two men hl-jacked a tobacco 400 NW 19th st first, and together they drove for the income of his wife, Pianist
'IIt delivery truck at gunpoint Wed- Chapman said one of the men about an hour (before unloadingthe Hazel Scott and himself in the GETS 7 YEARS I
.nesday and made off with the climbed into the truck, kicked cigarettes, and taking $55 early 1950's.
'tt'1: driver and 702 cartons of ciga- him and announced, "Boy, this is from Chapman. The three-count indictment LloYd Stirrup, 47, charged with
g sr, ,5 rets, valued at $1,020. It*- They drove another hour be- carries a maximum penalty on manslaughter, was found guilty
" ', The men forced the driver, E. Chapman kicked back but the fore abandoning the truck on conviction of .15 years in prison by a Criminal Court Jury Thursday -
C. Chapman of 1422 NW 46th st. man slugged him and pulled a State Highway 7 !west of Hollywood and $30,000 in fines. parison sentenced to Genera years
,; to lie on the floor while they gun and ordered: "Down boy, Chapman was treated and Powell, 49, has been in Congress ki by Judge Williams.
,' drove the 'F. L. Davis truck from down. And stay down." released at Hollywood ((Memorial as a Democrat since ,W4W Stirrup was accused of
I ,'\. the Porwick Brothers Grocery Another holdup man Joined the Hospital. I In, the last presidential election hitting a 13-year-old) Hialeah girl
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IKE EXPECTEDTO Wilkins, National Executive Sec
< retary ox the= Association
\ Wi.DsBigh TALK ON for ,the Advancement: of Colored.
J Detective! : Police Award People. .
CIVIL RIGHTS, Tiuelda) .. activities will be
highlighted! by a Citation Luncheon
at the Presidential Arms 1320
Washington, D.C. With more G. St., NW in honor of fudge
than 300 of the nation's outstanding William H. Hastie United States
A/I Luther to leaders ,
King Negro already registered -
a r'WY9 to participate the Summit Court sentation of Appeals of the, and Russwurm the pre.
Meeting National Leaders
of Negro -
awards to individuals:: and organizations
scheduled for Raleigh Hotel cited by the Publish
Address AJC at Beach here, 'Monday and Tuesday, May en Association for outstanding
12-13, shapes up as a meeting of"Who's contributions to Human Rights
Who" in Colored Amer
during 19 7.

ica.The precedent-making,, high

level conference, called by pub-
New lishers of the nation's leading
vyp y' a Negro newspapers, will be highlighted -
by the appearance of
TreatmentFor President Dwight D Eisenhower
4 r during the opening day sessions
The President's appearance is set
Campy for 1'30: pm. (Monday, when the

Chief Executive will address a
R NEW YORK Roy Campa- NrY luncheon for( conference partici
nails, Los Angeles Dodger catcher nML.d pants. The 'White (House 'which
who is paralyzed from the last week made security preparations
waist down Monday was movedto for the President's, appearance -
_. the IRusk Institute of the New ,
- r. ; has not disclosed the nature
Detective C. M. Shellman has York UniversityJBellevue :Medical S' VxY of his address, but program sponsors

Center for rehabilitation. have urged a strong decla-
been awarded the Sliver Medal b
for merltorlus Campanella has been under ) ration on civil rights.
distinguished and treatment at the Glen Cove Com-
service the President William O. Walker,
.,' of this by city. Police Department munity Hospital since the accident of the Cleveland Call and Post,
fI pinned Jan. 28. president of the National News
The decoration
was on
"He can move his shouldersvery ,
paper Publishers Association, will
the officer Police
I Thursday by well" said Dr. Rusk. 'There I ,
the sessions
t' open Monday morn-
Chief Walter award
Headley at
ceremonies at the Police Acad- is weak movement in his wrist The American Jewish Congress ting forth the aims of the Sum-
emy. Nine White officers won but no muscle function below the will hold its National BIennial ing with a keynote address set-
awards. arms. He has Intermittent sensation Convention May 1418 at mlt meeting. Other speakers THURQOOD MARSHALL
down to his groins. He possesses the Carillon Hotel, Miami Beach. scheduled at the morning session
Shellman's work covered a a tremendous spirit. Wednesday, May 14 at 8 p.m. Include Lester B. Granger, executive Featured speaker for the Interracial
wide range of activities, from Dr. Rusk said the rehabilitation the Rev Martin Luther King of director, National 'Urban Session' at 1:30 pjn. Tuesday
tracking down a moonshine: salesman program would Include use Montgomery, will speak on "Per League; Dr. Paul Cook, executive will be dynamic Thurgood
some dope peddlers, right of certain devices to help the spectives for Human Relations." director, National Conference on Marshall, director-counsel of the
up to the arrest of a "bishop" patient's hand function such u Thursday at 2 pm. the topic Human Rights: ; and A Phillip NAACP V Legal and Educational
"...., who used the U. S. mail to de- shaving and feeding himself will be "Integration and the Jew." Randolph, president, Brotherhoodof I Fund; Gov. Albert B. "Happy" 'l
fraud. Campanella will be fitted In a Rabbi Charles Martlnbead of Sleeping Car Porters Chandler of Kentucky, and the :.
neat brace and eventually Hattlesburg, Miss., and Will Monday evening's Plenary Session Rev. A. L. Shuttleworth of the
Among his arrests are two may be placed in a wheel Maslow, director Public Affairs will be addressed by Boy (continued on page Je)
armed robbers, three outoftowndope chair. AJC, will be the speaker.
peddlers, three teenage boys Friday at 10 am. Mrs. Anna
who stole two wrist watches and CHARGED WITH Brenner Meyers of Miami will '
$2,000 cash, four thieves who chair a session on "Interrellgious Fire Burns Out 10
specialize in diamond rings; two MURDERHoward Relations Conflict: or Compe- ;
men had stolen merchandise "
Cleveland Bain 37," I
valued at $3,110 and a Wshop" Fort Lauderdale, was Indicted by Saturday evening a "Salute to
who sold blessings and winning the Dade,County Grand Jury Israel" banquet will feature addresses ;
members.In by Israeli Ambassador $25,000
Thursday for first degree murderin Damage "
some Instances Detective the shooting of Mae Etta Abba Eban, Gov. G. Mennen Williams ,
fihellman made arrests at great Thomas 35, at ber home, 1970 NW Michigan; U. Thant, Ambassador .
personal risk to his life First pace, last March. of Burma and Dr. Israel While a tenant argued unsuccessfully ,, ,.'; ;
Goldstein, president of the AJC on a party line for a "spread io an adjoining "room'WMre' j
Convert at the banquet will be chance to call firemen fired rag
:: $U per person.or $20 per couple. ed through. two story buildingat Chief Rot more said..airs fuel was stoned. .
Police Sgt. Williams The Congress Is one of Amen 135 NW 9th at, owned by Mrs
ca's formost community relations R. G. Watkln
agencies. The sessions mentionedare Ten persons, Including 04-year MAN KILLED .
open to the public and there old E. L. Watson of Cleveland,
fired Board will fee no admission charge except Ohio, were burned out and left WHEN ROOF
by for the banquet homeless. The damage was estimated

City Manager Arthur Evans bribe fellow officers to fix a bo- DRUNK DRIVERSGET The J.25000.'B. Nedd, a tenant, FALLS ON HIMV IIII

this week dismissed from the Ills case. JAIL TERMSDrunk tried to call the fire department Tred Olyther, 23, died Tuesday I
force police Sgt. Melvin Williams. MarceUus A. Goodwin is shortly after S pin when the
Tfce Chrll Service Board charged with,having offered $500 drivers, especially those fire was discovered in the -rear of injuries he received Monday t
earlier recommended' thai he be bribes to detective CharlM Out- with previous convictions, are of the first floor, but the peopleon when a bakery roof fell on him. ,.. .
t1ndI law and to patrolman Edmund getting the book tossed at themIn the party line would not get
'WII11amt. an official( of the McKenny for the "fix." Dade Metro court. : off although he told them it was I The workman, who: lived sat f
I, Police Federal Credit Union, was r Chief Judge Edwin E. Strick'I an emergency call. 840 NW 7th it, wail member
charged: with converting to hit The attempt allegedly was land, who sentenced seven' men, Mrs. Watkins said she finally of a wrecking crew, which was l
own use money available foi allegedly made in the case of and a woman to jail terms gave the alarm "when she ran removing a brick oven at Adieus
police applicants. Isaac George, arrested March 22 Thursday 'for driving while In. 'screaming from the house. A
Another officer was sentencedand for possession of bollla tickets.George toxlcated, appealed to motoriststo neighbor phoned the firemen. i I Ime 'Bakery, IOU W. riagler St.. when
to go on trial before the I was. later convicted in avoid getting behind the wheel fire apparently started at t the roof collapsed. Hi' suffer Internal -
board 'on charges of trying to i Municipal Court and fined $190. It they have been drinking. ir. I. a defective kerosene beater and' injuries.

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liberal arts college The fforthw; st.
Alpha Gamma Chapter of i Wilton Kemp won, (first prize. one could have Alpha ''Oanrm* Chi'' Jts see.ofd :Joseph A:' Wiley, son' of Mr. and IN possible score 203 61 the
do ed HIGH or (t'
PLACES test was ,,500. c ercent'are';
the t kOt '; "eligible
second made on J pit ,,
I enn u l baby: Contest April '0. :Mrs. rwd-iVfiley'SK\ 'won a -
The'contest,-wds gre+df <5cte'with > prize, and' Little, Vonya< Ortett. the ''330! ( ,r"?.,(iorth:; '\+es te1J'Jfl.S: .I ". ,. .:,
'the following' tables! >win* daughter Mr. and Mrs. Clar- COLLEGE TESTS wlUf
.___.___ "'_._ _,,_,,_uu,,"'__ _u__"" 'fence' bankstott won'third prize.I I who ,took the tU 63 ranked. ,
'" scores (between ,37M95f;' W. Between ,, ". r tJ ,nk
The runner-up,, Michael Clark, 250-374, and 49 Between. " "FR :: Ir17V3Cali
eon of' Mrs i and Mrs.. Francis 200-v249, the minimum: range If n.) d1 ,(." "
F Clark, received a personal prize. from which pupils are selected io 1 ::
The,AdCs :wish to, thank everyone enter an accredited higher in4t- :TAYLOR

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'Kemp, daughter of Mr. and,Mrs. "" .. ...,; the.'nation that'were administered j

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VpNYAHOVLfcTTE" BJtrfktTONKjjfr.3 '.School entered 11 students. ; ,
I', ',t V n : "*?-W j :'. ? :*. I As a'result* Tom Powe'' ranked ," I, .. t: 1 .... I.0(1!'! p."'", -.
16th 'With a final score of 279. PLUS'
following close with scores higher -
Johl'tW ynC; Makes) than 200, Samuel Steward, MEMPHIS SLIM AND 'BAND

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been held to the minimum, 'really was immediately sought by How- .
earns' a Great Smoother1'medal in ard U. which granted him a, four ; 'I : j',1': /
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Howard 'Hughes'"Jet' Pilot, year scholarship effective, next ..
which 'comes td" the Capitol September; >, I ' ; ;
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.!iAnd 'with' lovely, luscious Janet 'COLLEGE. ',.. PLACEMENT.j ;, TEST. pEa ',. 'flUS':
Leigh, as the object of.his,osculation various'I tf'Marth'counties! 'seniors ot'Florida: from' the \ : \. r p' :
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YMCA Membership Drive Successful l
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Branch YMCA of Greater MlaimJ> MIAMI CADET TWINS torts ash ; (FJ'ieVm' rfcytoettes -Ctbr.
has Just completed its most tuc-i, are Trnxfuctarof' theAmerl-
OBssful membership enrollment in NATIONALHONORS can Tobacco Co.Mother's .
the history of the branch, Atty, L, ,
E. Thomas chairman:: of the ; '
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rollment, announced today. <1'' TallahasseeCadet: Li. Col I Day, Tea
than 700 members and $
have been obtained Norman C. Carey, senior from
'Miami at Florida A 'and..M' University 'The Dade County 'rS hOott. nch
Dr. Edward J Braynon' Jr. majoring .In political $cence |- personnel' Association'Invites' you
his space ship actually ,'has been selected one of to attend t itsJMother's' Day :.f.t! a
/ the moon, a distance of : the 20( outstanding General ,MJ1J- Sunday,' "TtTallJ at:Holmes Ele-
Crewmen In the winning taty Science:OROTC'Cadet? Jn. the meaitary' ISchoot ''The youngest
were Mrs L. E. Thomas United States,. to receive ,the 4 ,t mother with children
Nicholson, Atty. Edwin ',<, National Defense, Transportation. .honor a* '\rime\ cbool: *,.3111 be
Miss Edna DeVeaux, Miss Association, Award tQf 195& ., 4 pm.HMlldreb'Cr. .
f Stanley.,. ,,Mis>?, Deletes , The selection, was. made l by a a,+ *Satfds;Importer
? Robert Burke, Willie board ,of Impartial ,officersof; the Louise Shorter,_ president
''Miss 'Helen 'M. Dorsett, .>t1; ; Office of Transportation, Department
} Kllpairick, Miss Mary P. bf the Army, It;was' based 1 r, t q I t tH).; -. h1 -
Eugene! 'Kemp, Dr. George 'G w, upon a thorough,review: ;: 'of .his. ," 4'i hf"Y" ]I'r''"
-and Kenneth ,,Williams academic record, ROTC das .
standing, army test scores;leader .
,Dr. Gw W. Hawkins' ship ship peroentile, campus leader a 1 '.n'i ?i ,,.Sr, l 1,1'/11 l me'
.took the ship ; ship activities, cadet rank attain' t .\ H' a'\
,Thedford Johnson for ed and comments of the PMST FR.s..1703'1I', '- "hr
place':at the, last report and dean of men. : 1A1 :, ,t, hllHI mil' tril1CLAi "
Other reporting crewmen are ; Cadet Lt. Col. Carey Is one of
Lloma Green, Charles ; five TAMU ROTC Cadets selected McVicker "Cplflman,' Jjyjsales[ .
,! Charles Lockhart, Mrs. to receive a Regular Army tot the 'AhietlcanTOibacca
I'I Taylor;. Jessie Nash, Mrs. Commission. upon completion of Co jn. Jhe. south. JEiori-,
fc. Harris, Rdbert .Clark. academic requirements for a de ida area. The TTflrstCnorl4ta'n' this
Wright, and Oscar Range. i gree. Approximately' 23 Cadetsare race, employed by American,
to receive commissions as 2nd Cojeman' has been with thdcohipany
4' i On behalf> of'the board of, lieutenants at the end of the :year,I ion! ttbchlt r 3; months! A'
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nrlves and iweethea f jn*.t and sweetheartf -ot- .+>.+=.jnembeVi f V"T."_"! '" Ado PoN/ ." .,.., ,... '+rr' f'r htlnlnrnrr' ."nf
beautiful new borne t [ = 1. :)nzi p .. .


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... its construction.On I
4 SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1958 Tuesday a site behind the
JUST BROWSIN'By Miami Country Club house was

L .......PAUL.. ..-..R......HENRY.................. selected. _
Fifty or more government,
For the past 10 days. the Miami civic and religious leaders on vy.l
Times has !been installingcew Monday established a community .
I machinery. The manage- I wide organization to deal with
ment says the Times has outgrown I future bombings, etc. County
its present outfit, and hot! I Commission chairman Ralph
TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ELLIS to take a step or two forward. Fossey, Mayor Robert High, Mayor -
The Times Are. Changed And We. Are Changed With Them"Office government Kenneth Oka of Miami Beach
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at 1112 N.W.- Third Avenue. Miami. Florida-Phone FR 3-2236 Our created Metropolitan department of and Mayor W. Keith Phillips
has a co-chairmen.
Plant at 6740 N.W.. 15th Avenue-Phone PL 4-6128 Public Safety, taking over all the were named as
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Entered-- at Second Class Matter. August 9. 1927. at the Port Office at operations of the sheriff's depart- I What a lot of crazy people! Dr.
MUml. Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876H. ment, and if rumors come true in, Oscar Anerbach, lab chief of
Sheriff Kelly will be thrown NJ, Veterans Hos-
-- -- East Orange,
E. SIGISMUNO REEVES Editor for good measure. The change pital, says that tobacco smoke is
GARTH C. REEVES. Associate Editor and Business' Manager will become effective in 30 days.If lone of the most harmful of the
inhalants causing: lung cancer.
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association the city will provide the sitea "People ,who smoke are out of --
Member of the Associated Negro Press $9,000,000 federal office build-I i their minds," says the doctor. Clarice L. Walker, Spelman
ing is in the bag. But SenatorGeorge College sophomore who was
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Smathers warns that if i Willie Mays was 27 years this named top ranking student in the I
ONE YEAR 14.00 SIX MONTHS $2. 0 THREE MONTHS $1.50 there is further delay, the gov- week. He is still doing his part competitive scholarship elimna-
ernment will abandon plans for tion for Home Economics stu-
THE NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead the world dents sponsored by Scott Paper
from- racial and national antagionisms when It accords to every man Co. Miss Walker will receive a

regardless of race color or creed his human and legal rights.., Hating ,:.. .:..../' J/! grant covering the entire cost of
.o man. fearing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every manin .' . '" ". her education for her Junior and
the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. t ,q b q :',:f :" -: i: : :: : senior .
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helping the Francisco Giants.
Employees of the PepsiColaCo.
"With all deliberate speed." are happy. The company has
With this rather ambiguous qualification, the United distributed $150,000 from a trust

,States Supreme Court, more than three years ago, order. fund it established believes that in 1952.will helpto The
1 ed sweeping changes in the segregated status quo of company stimulate business.

American education. Just last year the Congress, acting /: s
i in this area for the first time in nearly 100 years, theoretIcally Attending a regional meeting
legislated away the barriers to free and unfettered recently of Chi Eta Phi sorority,

voting by Negroes in the Deep South. Southeastern Tuskegee Institute, Epsilon in Chapter Alabama at

Yet school integration is but a trickle, and Negro , \} were' the .following delegates
registration in the Southland is at a virtual stalemate be- ,.: ]f:10 from:Miami -Mfc, Juanita Mann,
cause of the arrogant tactics of Dixie authorities and the .. ;... :Mrs. Louise Q.:j hipp, .Mrs. Mat-
i ;tie W. Johnson and Miss I m r a
vicious-and .at times violent-acts of expanding- White 1g .Bodie. The theme was "Mental
Citizens Councils. I Health A Community Chal-
What is deliberate speed? lenge and Responsibility."

To answer this and other vital questions troubling
State John B. Orr Jr.s
America's 17 million Negro citizens, the publishers of tbtnation's j proposal the County Commis-
outstanding Negro newspapers have called a sion that Community Relations
Summit Conference of National Negro Leader to meet in \ Board of 15 members bo; named
the Nation's Capital May 12-13. by the commissioners was approved -
This will be no gathering of socialites; no backdropsfor 1,S ya at the meeting of the Fla.
Section of the Jiatioual Confer-
political partisanship no series of fandangoes to en- ence of Christians and Jews.
tertain Good Time Charlies. Powers and duties of the Board

Conference plans call for two days of serious discus- ... ,; would Include acting aa concil-
sion of the problems related to securing full freedom of .k./1'. } .< iator "in controversies" involving and
{ community relations, cooperating -
action for the Negro people of this (country, and every ,, : v '" with federal state and
Negro leader worth his salt should eagerly grasp the op- city agencies in developing bar-
portunity such a timely conference affords him to con- monius community relations.
tribute his two cents worth in charting the course of Negro That could be a useful and

participation in the progress of man in this most important Mrs. Irene Roberts Straughter, Miami, retiring president worthwhile committee.Gov. .

period in the history of the world. of FSTA, congratulates the newly elected president, Faubus says he is not op
Here is a conference which has the potentiality of W. H. Jackson of Ocala. More than 1,000 teachers from posed to Integration but that his
deciding for one thing, just how, rapid is "deliberate Florida attended the 65th annual session of the educators./ chief concern is states right. The last
governor told a civic group
speed" where Negro rights are concerned.
II week that everyone must take a
Here is a conference that should serve to clear up misgivings city papers are doing well to keep even. stand on one side or the other.
and misunderstandings over techniques and ap More and more weeklies are being published suc- I Either be a segregationist or an
proaches as they vary in fight for freedom from city to cessfully right in the heart of metropolitan cities to fill ,opposed So integration since he -is Gov.not

city and state to state. the insatiable demand of people for local and neighbor- Faubus is an integraionist
Here is a conference designed to look squarely in the hood news .and advertiements of neighborhood stores.
face the foolishness of a disorganized approach among The nation's thousands of hometown newspapers are
American Negro' leaders. champions of the idea that the individual must own prop-
If there are avenues of unified approach to the per- I I erty and get ahead according to his ability in a free economy -
plexing problems of unequal education, disfranchisement, to retain the priceless right of political self determi- / t
slum housing, inequality in employment, and increasing nation under representative form of government. The
juvenile delinquency, upon which honest, dedicated Ne- free press is our best defense against tyranny. -
gro leaders can agree, this summit conference certainly :

seems the place to agree upon them. : 1 1 '

There is always the possibility, of course, that the
meeting may demonstrate that our best Negro brains are Holy Redeemer Church

incapable of coming to agreement on any unified ap-
proach to the critical American racial dilemma.
Even such an outcome as that could be a valuable SPRING FESTIVALHOLY
contribution, since it would inescapably point out the need

for new and more vigorous leaderhip.

It's high time to restudy and interpret to the world REDEEMER SCHOOL
the problems related to the Negro's full participation: and ,
enjoyment of his rights as an American citUen. s yrALLELECTRIC
This newspaper, for one, is in hearty accord with the 1301 N.W. 71st STREET

aims of the conference, and congratulates the publishersfor
taking the leadership in convening such a timely and .
significant meeting. KITCHEN!


The American Press states that . the continua- 1:30 to 10:30 p.m. C-o-o-1 ll Inthe modem
tion of country weeklies is one of the few things we can tetrie way! Th beet
count upon in this troubled world." Here are some of the foes into the food, DOt

reasons why. .- fato UM kHcben.And decId -
People who read metropolitan dailies do so as a oooUnf k w dew'1
matter of duty in order to get the "big news." But if they Rides, Games, Fritters For Children pota ADd 1ta1"tnDd
in suburban town rural area they read their
live a or l
country weekly because they want to. It gives the local w bicht"-r .JeM
stories that mean something in their lives. Amusements, Fish Suppers, Conch oaK SM your detkr aooalPAGE

? Respected weeklies have survived every crisis which UYlIIT1II..BKIIIWlYIL
ever hit this country because merchants In small towns Fritters for Adults Until \10:30 p.m.
will continue to advertise in their local weekly come de-;

pression prosperity. It is a sure way of bringing in cus- -
tomers. GRAND PRIZE 10z00P.M.
i Circulation of weeklies is going up ,because there are tom" NIR
suburbs and'in the Big tl c-sal
more. ,.people living In the country.

n --...-. ._.

Fine Arts: Open THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples Newspaper" I

Miami House a SuccessA SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1958 PAGE 5

large crowd was in attendance ,
at an impressive open
By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU house of the Fine Aras Conserva- The Young 'Women's's a better orta untion."
On the night of the hair style
tory, 1025 NW 2nd ave. on Sun- '
day, May 4, from 3 pjn. to 5 pjn. Progressive Club''' show, complimentary styles will
AND ONCE,AGAIN I find my. a good job at the store down- The Fine Aras Conservatorywas be shown by Guild members
self without a gig 'cause the town, now let's stick together on divided into sections namely, The executive board of the From her collection of hats, Mrs.
Mary Elizabeth Hotel has gone the 54th street place. In the dance, drama and piano. Mr. Irving Young -Women's Progressive Club I Pitts has chosen, "Spring Fantasy" -
back into the hands of Mrs. Alberta meantime I will give the ownersa Strachan, instructor in met Sunday, April 27 at the homeof and "Summer Prelude" to
Sawyer. However, with or chance to tell me that they willor eurythmics gave demonstrations Mrs Mattie Oates. Business of be shown. There will be competitive -
without. me, you and your friend will not take these signs down with ,his dance group in interpretative vital importance was discussedand hair styling.A .
will still receive good service, as . and if they do, we'll let you I I and abstract movements. Ironed out. correction: The new feature
has been the case in the past know. If not, you'll find it in our Miss Maria Zintgraff, instructorin The plans for the clulb's Cotton should have read: The banquet(
years. column again as a "Don't Buy ballet gave demonstrationswith Dress Ball which is to !be held honoring all presidents, and the
Shop." . And now our regu- her group in ballet. Instructions June 13 at the Club 77, Coconut Chosen Twenty-five .will act as
BENNY HARVEY, manager of lar reminder: "Live life, every were given in French. Grove, were discussed, and more )hostesses/' ,
the 535 Club, is doing a swell job golden minute of it." Peace. Jose Mariscal, concert pianist about the said affair will be D. A. Julius, supervisor of the
in bringing the people out on the was dynamic in his demonstrationof published weekly up until the clinic workshop has planned
weekend. The C-Major Quintet NORTHWESTJAYCEES the piano and drums; he was said date.A many outstanding features to aid
with Mr. Blues (Wally Futch) assisted by Joe Criscola. Miss visit to the Paravllla Conva- the Cosmetologists in every phaseof
are really knocking the cats out Vera Warner, versatile In drama lescent Home .will be made by beauty culture. Demonstrators
As I get it, I hear that Chickee and voice gave informative lec- I members of the club on Mother's of the workshop are Mrs. G.
Home will be appearing there ELECT OFFICERS tures in drama. Those present Day.Mrs. L. Wallace, Orlando; Allan Bain,
this weekend . San Theard, expressed a great desire of sat- Helen Steward, Pres. Opal King and W. Starkey of
and I'm sure you've never heardof isfaction in having a non-profit 'Mrs. L. M. Pinder, reporter
him before, is appearing at the educational institution as the Fine Miami.Mrs.. Bertha Perry
Jim Jam Club in the Blanche Arts Conservatory in our area. OBBA NewsThe 125 NW 10th at., apt. 9
Calloway Revue. Sam Theard ', The following members of the annual
theme of the 21st
travels under the name of Spo- Conservatory's, PTA served as
convention of the O. B. U. ,A.,
deeodee. As I recall, Spodeeodeewas hostesses for house Mes-
open : Inc. to be held in St. Peters- Y. M. C.; A. 'TODAY
one of the biggest names in dames Erma Lee Frederick, I
18 'thru 22 Is 1Bulldin
show biz for a long time, So, if Louise Sands, Anita Gray, Alice burg May
you haven't seen Spodeeodee yet, A Harrison, Doretha Lampkin, Ruth
then I suggest that you make it Bethel, Ella Clark, Bessie Sey-
out to the Jim Jam this week mour and Verneka Silva. For Sale By SummonsNew
end. All hostesses received a gardenia -
corsage from the staff of
PRETTY GIRL of the Week: .t the Conservatory. A repast of
Hip tosser Vickie Copez . Police- frappe and cookies were served ; 2-bedroom ,CBS home, tile bath, Urge lot

man of the Week: Amos Brooks to those present. I DOWN
. Doctor of the Week: Albert Special congratulations to Mrs.
Edwards %. The Miami Times Ruth Wolkonksy Greenfield director Open Saturday and Sunday
plant has installed a cross feed Tally Brown, K. L. Pharr I
automatic Miehle newspaper dfiHENRY and Mrs. Mary F. Williams who 7575 N.W. 14th Avenue
press that set Mr.\ Reeves back a have made it possible for our
heap of loot. So, y'all tell your people to take advantage of such Call SUMMONS
friends !to ,buy some more !Miami i Conservatory. Phone HI 4.2448 HI 6-0173
Times and mail them to friends Remember the Fine Arts Con-
and relatives in other cities. They .. servatory is open to the public.
want to know what's going Olin Enroll Nowl I
Miami too . As one doctor W. DANIELS
here tells me, !there is a big Tire . PresidentAt New Kindergarten
plant opening on NW 64th st.
and 27th ave. and he, for one, as a meeting held recently at OpensThe Blanche CallowayProudly
a potential customer will not go 340 NW 13th St., the Northwest
there to buy anything because Miami Junior Chamber of Com St. John Tot Center is now
there are signs over the rest room merce held its election of officers. open for service. If you want the PresentsA
doors saying "colored customers"and Prominent Jaycee Henry D. Dan- best for your child of preschoolage
,, inide the big showroom there iels, who served In ,the capacityof kindly avail yourselves of STAR STUDDED REVUEAt
are signs saying "white men and secretary for the past four our services. Our faculty mem-
white women." As this doctor years was elected 'president. Mr. bers are well trained and ex- The Popular
puts it, "This tire company moves Daniels brings to the Jaycees a perienced. Mrs. (Beatrice Cox,
into a colored neighborhood and wide and varied experience from supervisor; Mrs Cupidin Dean,
such former organizations as principal. For information call 1
even before they open, 4hey'reputting
"colored" and "white" Choir No. 3, West Union Baptist PL 7-8344; FR 1.8488; FR 13212. JIM JAM CLUB
signs all over the place. Church Jacksonville, In whichhe
Maybe they don't know it, but served as president, and
when we ask the Negroes of Mi- Washington Heights Business As. month at 340 NW 13th st. If you
ami not to patronize a business sociation, this city, in which he want to find out Just what the 1900 N.W. 75th St. Phone PL 9-8651
that particular business does not served as vice president. Mr. Jaycees are with us
of and Daniels is presently a member of nights. FEATURINGSPO.DEE.OEEE
get one cent Negro money on these
St. John Baptist Church, keeperof
believe you me there is a lot of
that kind of money in circulationand records of the Miami Alumni
Just waiting to be spent in chapter, Kappa Alpha Psi fra- Lot
Kom- $1,000 or
the places Where Negroes are ternity editor, the Kappa

treated as persons, rather than a pass, Southern Provinve, Kappa Ar a down payment, 3 bed Famous Comedian, Direct From The Apollo Theatre, NYC
Alpha Psi fraternity, a mem-
thing that is dirty to touch.
The sooner the owners of these ber of the Miami chapter Pan- room new, on corner on two I Don't mill the hilarious skit about what piapp\ ns when! p h.
Hellenic Council
businesses realize that money is lots 2901 NW 43rd Terr. husband leaves on a trip.
money and people'are people the Other Jaycees eletted were
better oil they will be.,With a Moses Perry, 1st vice president; Hardwood floors. A beauty. Plus Vickie Copez
:little cooperation from each otherwe Louis Portlock, 2nd vice presi-
can stop these things. If eachof dent; Franklin Riss, 3rd vice Lots for sale Cash for your Teasing Shake Dancer
us will not buy at places where DeithaJamaica's
president; Philip Dixon, secre- JE 8-1340.
they practice segregation, and tary and Daniel Cox, treasurer. lots. Satch Robinson
they lose the Negro dollar they The meeting dates are the first Open 3.5 p.m.
will stop these practices. We did and third Wednesdays of each Limbo Dancer Master of Ceremonies


N OW Ever I & Marsha
More Than ,. .. .

Duet, Singing Sensation

.. :. Can Give You The Admission 50c

Deal You Want On Fri., Sat. and 'Sun. Adm. /75c/



Thursday ........................ 11 p.m.
C:1' 1958 CHEVROLET Friday and Saturday ...". 10301.3

: Sunday.... ................ 6i30-103M(
Guest Artists at Late
Special Surprise
I'I Mr. Ben Says: Saturday Show '

N ,ant 'S TalK to me personally and MV hundredsof

': extra dollars . Got Immediate dollv Amateur Show Thursday Nite
of a now '68 Chovrolot 'I can handle
try Sack Contest
Added Feature:
\ vs.
all your noods. Ask about a low, low
down payment, bank rate, and low "Who Will Look Best in a Sack?"

monthly payments, up to 3 years..

1 Call me, Mr. Ben, at JE 1-0057 for a demonstration BERT WALLACE


cater to private parties, organizations, clubs,

,1'" ''SELLS FOR LESS"S churches, weddings, dances etc.


Outstanding Dance Syllsts of America Next WeekAround '


NM.MMNMMM,. ,.w-. son. Restraint' and
'..MN..MM..M..M Regard
People. Newspaper" o MARY FORD Y'ILLI 1M8, ,
riMESr-'The .
THE ''principal' ''ot Douglas of your fellow man.
long-time PHIL PHUN; Ypu 'icanlfthold. a.grudge,and
'1958 Elementary will be transferredfrom ? (
PAGE. ,?, .SATURDAY MAY lp. : her 'pet' to'jtlberty C i (:r PHIL OSSERf+ ER]' a"aBy ,Lt:: steering so.when wheel you lee\*t,red,the 4:s. n1e.'STOPJ.B. time;..

2 F Elementary come 'September -' ........................:......................
but relectantly '.s6. -
: \ -
Drivers 'Safely t
Just had a
O THE MOSES PERRY8 ..he's 'Week;'but-many.drivers "are--still '..-,14 SMITH.
the 'YMCA exec' secy) were safety yreek. Thought I'd submita
, i awarded a round trip flight to few slow gans 'to,slow, ''em. ELECTRICSERVICE
: Monte go1 Bay, Jamaica to attenda down: 'I., : .
YMCA Consultation Conference You'll get the' !breaks, It you use
June 1319.terry '
II' #/ n the brakes.: Electrical' Contractor
'and his wife' will leave for make life
Nassau June 9, :thence to Safety first may your
fly| Stanley SweetingSHADDIE on last.Carelessness.. HOUSEWIRING
Kingston :an on to Montego Bay. puts the, dent .In
I'o I acci-dent. "Don't CUll Call us*
0 CUB JIM the' town'smost
WARD 'of' I I' fa.t There are no dangerous corners NE
owner : SINCE SUMMER ap popular after-yawning spot, . drivers. PHONE 5-3058
infi, high school prexyi suffereda) heavy patron loss Sun- Just
Night Day
( ; have plenty of 'time to think If you must drink and drive, : or
day night, despite heavy billing, ,
. '
,, either school is look- the make It safe-tea
rover IX due to unfounded rumors that
; for a good football coach as- nitery had shuttered., The three ,Us of driving. t *,Rear *.

I ,.'latch onto. Shorty Holton, .. .
.., .
} ,
Jn. ;.t. : ,
: : .Grove playground di- I. AUDREY D. PAYTON of the
and former ,Dorsey /(High WAC, now' doing a stint in Mo-
: mentor rocco, leaves Cuerir on June 1 for Furnished Apartments
( a return trip home. After 30
ROLAND, DONATHAN was days here the Miamian shoves off
in town from Nassau( This for Lockbourne' Ohio.' AS LOW A3
he was toting a*"fist'fan'' of.
prints in tepara tlOh' for a I"e T HE, ,DONALD EVANS' :
; plumbing contract, ,he's bidding charming i daughter, Joy, and 19.95, per week ,
Roderick .Hasten's !welding is two
I weeks cold The merger was dated WATER INCLUDED
'FOLLOWING 'THIS Corners Sunday, April 27 in St.Agnes'Rcetol' LIGHTS -

gge ti >p, ,JoJop YM ? officials, 'I )'.. Select Your Own Brand New Fum tur .'Which"
few weeks that
ago they
''Jheir.: chances'..at14f* uy"'the" 0 THERE 18, A :$ reward offered Becomes Yours
| ; Villa, tt, (for theTCarVer:; for the;.arrest, and conviction -
( groups thereby"b..odlIli..on) of any offender found guilty
: the choice 'loral park Build- of. breaking ,into' or damaging UifarabtaT Apts. ,$14 week
? :it'is now''rumored{ 'that a coin-operated, washing machines.The :
se is,.being negotiated. By reward was first emphasized
') ttin1i y the YM's current ;whea.Lee' Bryant,a Florida Real- SEE SAM B. SOLOMON AT
nLbe hip driye, which ends ty .employeo:shared: In the.reward
5, 'occupancy of said site loot,,,A;30-day jail, sentence faces
? pow! hangs in the balance, 'the,i offender! BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY
more readily !became a re- :THAT'S: .ITFOLKSI| : ,
; \ tTi: h t ,.'_ , ,- - 1163 NW. 3rd,AVENUE P"'ONE'F" 3-8416: '

WOob'RdvV: J ARKS, retired :1' I

( 1( ..CountyYuu: iIMIr.: >em cutl : GoiNG l'
c1.; 'vice cba
: () what has'happened-'tO"th4. BARtfOOTfl:
(: .. Negro jRegistration I SEETHE
: I ., Jq 3
: >> \ !) | snst
7 ; tJ'19,040 iij
:: ) .,'2.''hn''increite'"bf WORLD'S$
; 1,444 In 1.1.i COSTLY
years. Parks feels that this \
"' Increase is due only be- : GREATEST

J ) >yi& >jpf tTate\ compulsory regis 1'' a.sea
edict lp rred' by the'I v isW "J COLORED

t t'I exemption decree. f, .. .... ..
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'I 3QT,8AMUELRedJ.Holme*;' m''t 'PSYCHIC'
'N r ;Ul-ypr MffcrnJ;arHiy"lveteran .; .
; nwmaneuv: rs'i: m Cumber: .s*.'.,, / READER
.Hills, N. Cl'&titt( In to cast .... (
.! :' : .r.Jol! eJt dre.ie4:women" vote' .....11...... 1. J
his hometown friend'Llomi? .. ".
Me IIlIIlq'
of;''Gree r-Addod t/.exprrfiijpns II I ...... ., 'PROF1TI1';
::; "'lMm 1; Itegr ets\over"thE! 'I ,. ..
g of Jack OlDell. 2 Regards I .
Garth Reeves, Archie' .
( ) Elliott Pieze.i and !Rev: --
.rJ ,
; + il s. ;fF E";XS, ;Reeves. 3. A Johnson, and Sons. . .,
.htd"jdl 'In theYMCA mem j t t OxSDO llTEur ,
4"I drive. 4. Requests the I., s f.J
QxtfArthOT-Johnsdn/ ; ;1 his J lii t11' <; f
6570 N.W. 15th Ave
f In
{ V '. ;H T." Germany..1 : ; J t .)"::': i'I\REP INJG, .. If )"OU.... sick; worried or In trouble this Is 'tit*
Y .r.'t'l
THERE'S'A GANG OFJ'leen, 01 place to coma: Don't ,stay In the rat,'push back the
who corral themselves 8 v Your Soles-While' vo
in ,
fufl'd rell of bad luck that hold hi
: ) neighborhood:j of Sixth St.; r 1 Waft' seems to you your track,
; 4th and 6th aves., !bear- 1 f'lne,1Sh'o.. :Repitina" and advance forward by the help of God 'under the

; a (Z) ,PPJthefr wrists. ShOt. hand Oye i> leadership of Prof. Hunter'who.has 30 year of i es,-
older members: of course; >hoh' PL .e1VO ; perlence in spiritualist,and occult science. Make you
eiJt.W"I1<)nqa.(fie A hquld. .. '
homo He show
will how
happy to bypass
( for distinction Theyare:: +.i- : you ; your:
to bestU ] | ; IftltUlDTUCl88\ l elementary
; gang format is to send the
er !Iboys into stores and
,ioY'tptcli ,;21geTod which is' TOOHt }
to tnemS-Oflndl+ style;, 4

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: i sblutn8 tC rvw ftin s Mu'SliM sort pUttd ess the top .l .......
$ oi 6i Ildlj.'Ofle. II to the deplsz fa the heist ofbO

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t eenTh I SATURDAY* MAT'10,1958, P,4\GEt'T'1

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Wanted.: ConstructiveNegro; .Leadership ,\. ka SenatoHConaratulate g ""9. !1'

The Justifiable acclatrrf whIchhas \ '

come within1 months' to the 'UBS
ReY+saliidattitt:....Luthet.L'\.K1nI.t iot ?

Montgomerjr, : A m f9? 14s'peerleleaderNpIt t; ,', .
l l ,: crisis,!fmerits I Kennedy1' 'i{"
Senator John P.
serious study .pattern at Ne- ', J'l lA
asra (Dem., (Mssa.) host weeks ,'gone:
gri leadership' '.: r ')t1'there \- at' the I
I iation. presided opening
gratulattd the: \United (Beauty; ,,
I session of the convention Richard -
afe Altitudes School owners and Teachers As-
?eff 6ure, V. Moore, president[ ofBe-
of; lad. sociation' for their support to thund:"Cookrit4n'collec\ e\ :JalsoM', Wh6 ire 'w eut'forkiltf-I ,,1. thun -Cook.manCOllege,' Daytona the convention. * J) n 'HIt
in the ndktisg 'it Beach, in''honor1 of its 'founder -' greeted

mate advantage for the,jtaoeu N \ the; late' :Mrs, Mary. McCloud. :11
sinjce,jhe.rise, ,Booker,T, Was: >l- Bethune. r
In ton4aodw: M.! 'B.: uBoiii ias Mrs. Bethune, a. ':nationally-:
th< re1'appeared* fan tM 'boron known Negto'Mucator.; was"'appointed -

pe -sotialI\*leader'' with.:the potefatlaiities w. Dr. A, Chester Clark, executive 'by 'the!. late President "you',happen:to.M. )j!.nk,,.. .

of a Martin Luther?King.TbiriyounxNcgro'Meserver secretary-treasurer of ,the Home Franklin? D. ,Roosevelt''va? one'' of Call m.. don't 'w,"t I until "
.1 0tao.Ccrdea B. Hancock and Foreign Missionary Depart- the administrators ;of,:the famed nextWh IWMIc... I. '
all Methodist program of Jhe National :Youth; ,' ''I
of the African
the.hflnQTfsjApd ,i cdaitajvtbat: ., .. w.Nelolh'.
... .thi&.J are -- Episcopal Church\ who report Administration, next I
to date' and"fast.
fcxming Dollar which around, i
was designed to bestir this week, from South 'Africa that '
Mire trength to ,him! tyVhat? was The '''organization! 'and 'association .
the ; '
, -Negro to self-help effort. their I
the reception o? 'nine- The twin will/ oomo down
: .
accomplished at Mbnlgomery' : 'composed 'of' Negro beauty , .
Only casual. attention was paid to member deputation had ''been ': ::1 "'h ''
s ficient proof that Negroes will my preachments along this line. "unprecedentedly cordial and school owners and teachers, 'was .And. .when, the .rain .omo.
fo owMeolsstrugtivq, ; leadership perhaps! my thesis was poorly ,successful." - holding their'' -day' national' down, I' i I'i,

o day we are in urgent need stated and perhaps that of !Professor The AME Missions ,head returned convention' at the' Hotel 1000 delegates Ven' I eant make a"dinW""f', 11
dome In'Doston. Over -
of I an economic :I1/+Qnrti Luthsc: Chick may be, but the to America this week fol- .. " /,1(: 11
K t. S6nicone advise i ;' the Neon challenge Is thrown out to the wing extensive visitations. from "44 states were- In 'I at R.quatyeu save, tlm. .. ?+''I, ., ,J

grd ways and means of self Negro who has something Jo otter throughout the entire African tendance.Senator'' 'Kennedy telegraphedthe .And ,11'h.' dim*. "I;! .'U i I :.
he! p.-lt:ii1 not enough f on the N e. ( (besides griping about the opportunities . continent "South of the Sahara," ,delegates, ,that\( ,he regrettedvery .' ,': I). .
the white
to be taught to be resentful man refuses -'I .r': :-: 'II -. .1
,much ,that it was impossible, tt
to give him. ,
ot[discrimination-and,.segregation; WARNER I for him'to\ greet them'in. person .'. \' (I
it Is not enough for the Negroes The Investment important it
opportunities due to legislation; tine
to rally to the standards of the HINES, Inc. "
in?this Country; as ,of now are dec consideration ,on, the stoat} : ? COOPER t SON':
N AC? :1nlitJ ,
;) httlortilJirstCliBS Painting and ,
: vast, if iwe' had "' anT: >:'economic r floor, :and he, could 'not Ueay
citite h p.i t. t'J ill Martin Luther King to l lead us. WaterproofingContractors w Washington, ?at,Jhis \time, I

egroes_ must-be taught out I Ncgcq It seems'. pfess to this is: muffing writer that the Licensed and , } The Senator'! concluded' his1( 1 remarks I 'Roofing.Company; 'I.
of '
wa cannot be iadeptndentJn. one
Insured "
by City 'to'Mrs'Elitabetli;. : Ojivetnewton "
Its ,
grandest '
as irajtipns a$' a citizen, as longas ,giving casual by only i and County, president''"of :the Massachusetts' .6306, N.W.: ISth. Are, ,
wfe rnu.t; 'depend upon the matter. attention to:this! 1863 NW 59th St. ''chapter; ,by, extending '
wit \riaTr"ptO'Vlde' the means Fret Estimates "warmest regards and best''wishes .Phoo, PL 4-7032--

and methods of Job opportunitiesby If a modest per' cent of the Negroes' Call any hour z. to everyone ,pre ent>, .firs."ldaxa i I
rrfd which Negroes mustu..survive. ,,automobile money could Ph. NE S-687P Jorie Stewart Joyner of Chicago, I '
etd'they"survfve all.
if af ... ., be; currently lnv 1 National supervisor,'of the assoc
t:: ""( "' 1"--' :!" productivity ,, .. .. .
Al1'i j.&dur: ng .u e'cujTcat.rocesfiion and bonds of. ----j-' ... J. - I. "I IU .11I
complaints are pouring in we would be laying the founa- I ; J'' .1, "II 'L:* N' fill:Ojfi'
to (the effect that the Negroes tion thatluusrlbeylaidifwe/ere: ,1 I II , 1'I ,Jill Mil J>O llwhy

plight is pre arlou. %out of allproportions to enter the Promised' . 'Land of''i ,. 'r.j', I i 'III" .1\1 ball
to*: his populational full citizenship.:, J ; .Ancient; Age ,can'sa : vej( Ttri no1U9 Ju1

percentages; is the'same (old Champagnq tastes and ,.coca- : : ,.,IM ,,,; Y. XAT OH HO TWO XAT,
last hired I
story of beingttht. F cola pocket books do )not Je'o'well ulln..j ..'i, 1\t) I r tS t ,' '.1'1,1: N'Abrtillo/'q'
th first. fired. I .1. : $ , ,," ;7 l/jllln')? 7atpu'L! /
:;k'" together. When<\our penchants for i If'H'I' I' "" : 'l\W b"olb.I'Iq ,1Ittislit '
consplclcuous 'j t( ,rrcyn! )0) : ;, \ nil
I a 1 'u
ut even 1Ore important thanth consumption" out I "
; It'7, no") tarn JI to' "ld 10 vb
welid! established' fact Is the we run are"economl 'OpprtU1 ales, j oa"l.CJ '1'1 00." n. ) ,:'rid 1 ""I'I' 20 tarty pfh' agotdp! ,raC fi G htwJ"
question as to what can be dona trouble of, the 'gravest. IF 10" I .sit ,Lddtsmil ..r to ttBMt. J
kind. I 'i f : f
abut itT If the .Negro is going to v I '( rr.q""I1' J.l1. o nuH. 'loran?8i ia(1D blat"" __p $1

up,.to- .and "back at" the This is.on area where I j I 'i r-ttHV\ t I.) sa7atltrte ?!'/!...L. 'ii
only the : I/n; .1J\.I 'o ,11I0'S. l" r" .
white man the Negro must "be concerted efforts of the Negro I 1 Ollll' iIJ claw 01 ,I ',. I j ",I''V ,,,1 i '. ')II() ilhldaaq'JitYOU oct",
prepared to provide his own Job i
'press will produce "
opportunities to an extent not .the requisite .aantol I ": M' JNH hy1
leadership. 0 for a Martin Luther .I: :
current realized.! King, Jeadership in'' ,the field of ''',OdA t a sldalla' I 1 Ij O ilet itfT
Negro investment J 0..... rt uu711' t 1<." > ;
Withy:our, penchant" for "con-' eo--I _. .,..: _" . .' j 111"I' I,' CANoj(. 'I" tjljTiW'
sp "consumption, as Thorm- : -- '
: I I .turl ,.I XII l li
stein IVeblen,a Clumbia Univer HARLEM: SQUARE ... .::11 i; nob......
sity' professor and economist of i I, 'illI ,
ye: eryear! put it, we are under 'SWEET SHOPA 1 I .il
'. I n J JI
economiccompulsion .to provide I r 1 ,,1 . vui
mote [i'and'more of .our. economic fULL LINE 'OP'OROCIRIIft' ,,. t .IIfIt
'' '
opportunities.. If a considerable :COLD CUTeCOIUITICI i ;
fra tion..iof..our big lear Invest :
I fTV (
meats were Iq;.certain} stocks end 208 .NVVs,10tK ,8tk f I I lo l Itf)
boijds, WHhhV)less 'thai tMt\ \ FIND A" .BETTERQURBON\ ; \ : ,.
century the would r
Negroes be in I 1'1 '.IJ.I
an immensely improved 'econoniIc I I I I 1.11'

raClket.r"J'.j' :' I : I ,. ,\ r'lIw
itl t ,

- /h\A dY
liz8ittgaliY?\ nothing '" I. 7V7Ae "
thejuxettment,:,\-opportunities: i
: " I""
be Currently had, through the I .., 'U.I "q pmwcM,
Neri-o press He xnJlyM Professor I i I'" ).t ,7uars u
C. A. Chick If thd1eSertmentpfecoiyamics ; 1U: ), t, r. ,; B. i '. ",., .y, turn .
ilf FaytttevillelTeacbFayettevllJe! I 'I r.1Ij* I/: \ -Jil } :,"r ,, I r,. ,In'II. #.-'' ,,,-'
ers CoUege( $ N, C. I f'We bull J'according ,to 1 a',' w I I Cdr tit" Ntar.. ;,
made valiant effort ttrough.hls: r "" .
a your plans or ours 'I' gilt: II s
column in the Carolinian, a area .. issa
Raleigh, N. C. 'weekly, to orient No down,.payment> . I lL$ II ( iN "'
the?Negro in the field of wise Investment. ;. 't. If\. "., 'II. .1" U t '.
Us* your lotj; '(\ 1-*# II \,. v v WftI r w

But* few if any of oup v1s' I 'fiI9'V&t ili151Y' 1 : ,,-: J In ffltffir\ :: ,
papers gave any attention td ; J%

profaic a matter. But If the Ne- 1 mC (:J. j ( . .
frcty economic plight is to be 1mprcfeed l
somebody must take up 100% Financing !.1 ; 1)11 JT,' J1 !iJ: i:,
thii t selfsame matter of Negroes I
"\.f" NE'5.6171
prodding more of their own )j'; y Vt '- > l' :!is.Pb 18t\ d.junl/oniJ" I If rt DOS !

economic opportunity. a Tis writer for years and Uml't! 1 t'. bourbon. B j -riy rA -Iii iA- -'ruir ffiiyfff fl< 0;.. .
r t ,21ii4. .
yean stressed in this column the ,: 3 t'tb 1 '
i "qc fAb
docfrine of the Double-Duty- We know that bourbon of the finest pkaciorify 1dtIAgC

i* i". quality! requires choice f ,grains. That's, tillcry,lig Franifort,,Kentucky..tlhe, u a 'taM

V 5 '_ "'l'' .a1\\iwe.weWe" Eu ow it.J alL forte d. wart of,the bourbon countrf. i ,\ tH

CAUL'S FAMOUS BAR-B.Qt't. : "-* greatest (kill m distilling. The men Nothing hai betn spared to male I ,.q
I 47 who Pdethema"fngofAndc $ Age Ancient Age the greatest bourbon ot' ;: I

[432 N.W. 3rd $ vtt-r Phbrie,FR: 25'( are the most experienced in the Indus' ,them all We Invite.toil to try It'to"t ..I

try. And it tales lots of time. That's night After one taite;'ybuTl understand I ..-. 4u :: ;! Nv
fCor.( N.W. 3rd Ave. & 14th Terr.) ; :=-Tole ---
'I M by we iwJTsix l full 1 years for careful why we an make the challenge:

2ALn. ji.1\'[ 1 Q'l'' : H aging to bring the quality; Ingredientsl "If you can' find- ,a better_ bourbon L' ... "
< their 'of f) I>u' Jt "\ ; I I 0
CUE RIBS CHICK p to peak maturity. ,
BAR-!;, .. ,vv b4
I 1 .; -; $

We cater to parties, banquets, etcOPEEN j"{ ... -. elt' lftr' ; ;

ALL NITS Ser! & StT"ll ,[:-,.t.H/'U J: 1 _

Irrree uuve r1 i ice tlI" n'i ""."

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;'a Eaol i'' t:w i4 q' m r Falk- 'fttl31

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THE MIAMI TIMES 'The People Newspaper" economy.motion is lie good took for the the occasion generai to Sunlight Chatter Box I II I yours Dallas will Robinson be there.of West Palm

Beach a graduate of
SATURDAY MAY 10 1958 advise that students consider careers With exams three weeks away Sunlight,
PAGE 8 and paid a visit to his old class room
in selling, marketing: all students are studying hard for
week. Oh
afford this :from reliable
relations which
public state board.
he'll be
employment opportunitiesfor source fashioning his
, new college trained people. Thanks to all members and coiffure here in Miami; so read
The Kendrix Organizationserves friends. The little get togetherwas the news end find out. where
I 7ezzb as !Negro market and pub- very nice and successful. I :I these fashion shows will be held.
t lic relations representatives for must say that our president doesa Hope you and yours have a
the Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta tremendous Job as president of lovely Mother's Day.
I BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE and Carnation !Milk Company our school club. \Miss Darrells
Los Angeles. The speaker listed doing wonderful toward her goalto
\ i i iI example of products havinghis be Miss Sunlight. FOR RENT
I "For there'll never be, mine. firm's two major clients as Mrs. Carrie Miller was out a
Another to me, DR. ELEANOR GIBSON positive interest in the develop- few weeks due to Illness. Gladto Beautiful new
Like that wonderful Mother of ALUMNI REUNION SPEAKERDr. ment of the Negro market.In have you bade. Congratulations
mine. recent years, according to also for taking honors on "best RestaurantPartly
Eleanor Braynon Gibson, the public relations man, large appearance of the week."
ON I furnished ideal.
MAKE proprietor of Eddie's Drugs, at.. numbers of manufacturers and '
Class colors for 58 are redend
HER DAY 801 NW 3rd ave., and one of the distributors have netted good results white. A unique social enter- ly located at 5994 N.W.

This Sunday is Mother's Day widely known members of the from promotions in the Negro tainment will be given by the 22nd Ave.
The day set aside to do honor to I' class of 1948 of Booker T. Wash- market, through the use of president of. the club Mrs. Daisy For additional informa
mother. ington High School will be the Negro personnel and Negro pUb- Arnold of Fort Lauderdale, 908 tion, call NE 5-4760
principal speaker from her classat lications. The speaker took the
TW 16th JA 41903.
Terr. Phone
Probably no other observanceis after 4 before
annual reunion market- p.m. or
the Alumni occasion to praise Negro
Wo do enjoy these hours of refreshing -
is Mother'sDay.
as dear one as
program, which will be held on ing people who of recent have 9 a.m.I .
air after days of
Whether mother is en-
your Tuesday June 3 at 2 p.m. in the worked to improve their status.
still alive or whether she has school's aditorium. Dr. Gibson closed studying. Hope you and
passed into the Great Beyond the
r will undoubtedly bring a very
1 day should still hold a special timely message on this anxiously CongregationalChurch
significance to you. It should awaited annual occasion. Dr.
make you pause for a few min- Gibson's class will be celebrat- Proposed I know you don't believe it butt

utes and consider the many many! ing its first reunion.In ,
deeds which your mother ha*' addition to the principal ad- HereThe I II jl I will sell you a NEW 1958
rendered for you over the years.It dress there will also be remarks I
should make you more fully and a selection on the program first group meeting of.
realize that no one can really from representatives of the class the proposed CongregationalChurch ,;;; CHEVROLET or OLDSMOBILEfor
take the place of mother. of 1948 and the class of 1928 who meet at Pharr Out, 4720

Let us all put forth a special will celebrate reunions: this year.A NW 31st street last Sunday May for far less than any other deal
effort to make this Mother's Day 4. Quite a few Congregationalistsand
musical selection will be
just .a little better and a little friends were out to enjoy the
more significant than any in the clan presented of IMS by which a member will be of celebrating the message given ;by Rev. Stanley ; er. Prove it to yourself .
past. Let us make' our motheror Its Sellnick, assistant pastor of Ply-
second reunion.
else's mother in the mouth Congregational of Coconut
event someone our mother has passed I class Lewis of 1928 Blake, ,will a member offer remarks of the Grove. Mr. W. F. Johnson, music Call BUD WARDBIRD
feel this Mother's teacher at Dorsey Junior High
very special on In behalf of his class, which will
Day. 'Let us try our very best to 'celebrate its third reunion. School was guest pianist and Mrs.
show mother that Doretha Payne soloist. CHEVROLET CO.
we appreciatethe ; In addition to these there will was
many fine things that she has Friends and all Congregationalists '
'also be the traditional Items CE 5.3521 Salesman
done for us, and let us do some are invited to attend the
which are always Included In
4 things in turn for her. ; reunion a Vesper Services each Sunday afternoon -'I Home (new or used cars or truck)
Be sure to wear some type of at Pharr Out from 5:30: PLaza 7.7207Amateur
flower on /Mother'. Day. If your REUNION BALL JUNE 5 to 4:30.
mother has passed wear a white
I ,flower but if you are fortunate The annual reunion ball will be -
enough to still have your held on Thursday evening, June'
mother wear a red flower. Make 5 at 10 o'clock at the Harlem ,
the occasion a very special one, Square Ballroom. Invitations for: NOW RENTINGAT Night
and be sure to make! mother the ball are now being mailed. l
happy on her day. The graduating classes of all of LOW SUMMER TUESDAYNassau L. ...
the local high schools, plus all of WEEKLY RATES
TAX CUT OR NO TAX CUT -TFlorida's the students from Miami and vicinity NightTHURSDAY r-;
who are now away attend- $21.00 Per Person
Junior Senator, Geo. ing colleges, plus all ol thealumni' '
Smathers predicted on Wednes- Single Occupancy
other guests will be in-
day of this week that Congress vited. The SIR JOHN :
invitations should, be CLUB -
will out taxes (before the end of : in i the year of 1958. Smathers fur- 17. Double Occupancy NW 3rd Ave. & 6th St.
ther predicted that Senator Harry

F. Byrd Democrat of Virginia, Telephone, shower or (bath, maid No Admission No Cover
who is presently one of the chief Nothing Mythical service, wall to wall carpeting, No Minimum Package q,
opponents to a tax-cut, will vote sun deck and lounge. Store Price ;
for the cut when the importantroll About The c--
call is taken on the matter 15 rooms available at above Friday Saturday .Sunday
The question of cutting taxes, Negro Market rates, from May 1 'through No
particularly personal income vember 15. Total of 52 rooms. Wally Fiitch and the ; M
y taxes, has been the topic for dis- Savannah ,Ga. "There is C-Major Quintette '
nothing mythical about the Negro
cussion throughout the nation for -
the past several months. The situ- market" a leading public relations rM/ Vanilla Williams . .
ation has become one where man told the National
everybody is talking about it (but Alumni Association, which met Exotic (Dancer '
nobody doing anything about it. here last week in its 13th annual e
convention. HOtll and starring . .
The "big boys" are more fear Addressing the first general
ful of a tax cut than the average meeting of the three-day session I .899 N.W. 3rd Ave. CHICKIE HORNE (Madam .Effie Throckbottom)
man on the street; .chiefly because Moss 'H. Kendrick, the :Moss II. i
Indications point to the fact Kendrick Organization, Washington I Phone FR 1.1633 Your Host, BENNIE "KING FISH" HARVEY
p that If a tax cut .Is perfected >It D. C., told the 55-lnstitution :
will have to be geared ,to the college alumni group that "the I ,
i benefit of the small man, If rt Is Negro market, in addition to being __.; -""" --II _"41.______
;go; is+'*&' & I ,
to With serve any the real current purpose.recession segment a real and affords tangible a profitablearea consumer -,1-v%......!.%.v............................,..%.%. ...........rr..v..y. .y..v..v..v..y..v.&.IYwYNrrN. . . .yy1ruV. .....IrwY... .A.YIyYI........NM'1r.,.... ...M,...91wWx.........;II IW' AM _

growing progressively' worse of development for sellersof
pressure from the "big boys" products and services."
against .most proposed tax cut Noting that purchasing power NEWCOCONUT
_f"'......_legislations, and! the President ,of.Hegrocogsgmers is constant APARTMEHTS-
.squarely :"In the ;middle1 the :ly-to:: *the increase, Mr. Kendrick : :: -,,-
"-....:.' ,'mall man waits and hopes"on theeventual pointed out that it is not only
': 'out o ni-:. Just'what ''It'Will :prorttabfi: to promote this epecipArket .
be,, your gumis jac eod .a.;:' al $ ,. but. that. its proJAMES' -I : ;1 .:i
I G'R'OV'Er -.,.'....'. :;;..;...."



5 & lOc STORE

1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 3-9481 LIBERTY CITY. .. :. '

1370 N.W. 61st STREET

Mother's Day Cards,,10* up Mother's Day Pins :29* up

'' Perfume .................... .15* up DOWNTOWN OFFICE
Nylon Hose ............ 79* pr. ., . .. .
Earrings .................... 25* up'
Panties ....................... :29* up Towels ........................ 29* up. 1099 N.W. 3rd AVENUE FR 1-4554 . .

Slips ........................ 1.00, ea. .?Glass Gifts .........._ 19* up-

Handkerchiefs ........ 10* up Umbrella ................ 1.98 .ea.. J. .


(Drew material, simplicity' patterns, laces zipper, threads, :

needle' ;button, seam,, bindings elastic, embroidery, crochet < .

thread and pieces to embroider d..rec: we, curtains

drape, rods, pan and dlshaav.


Every day-7:45 a.m. to 7:30.p.m.-Sat tit 9:30 p.m. Closed Sun.

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MIAMI TIMES'The People. Newspaper


linn iiiimanm lmi tHM niii igjmngmRichmond | .

Heights FlashesBy

NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

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REMINISCING In the beginning or parents. Many do write or FRIDAY (SATURDAY
we read in the Bible, call.
"In the !beginning God createdthe '
Heaven and the earth. All NEW APARTMENTS. There WARNER BROS. present the big "Battle cry
Christians the world over believe are so many people who wish to Commando!
that statement as true. It reaf- live in our beautiful community story of the
firms our faith and belief in that our builders have come in to *
Cod, the Creator. In life thereare build duplexes for them to rent
people who played Important until they can purchase a home
parts "In the beginning" of If you are interested Call T.1
something and itheir names are CE 5-4245. ,I also have a beau- ; r..
written in history (Many.. of tiful' home on Lincoln Boulevard, .- ,
course are never Known for their fC\;envy renovated, now lor sale. Worthy Matron !Mrs. Christine I 'MAVERICK'It
pioneerings yet some person or It has all modern fixtures. Interested Morgan, along with members of '
persons was there to /begin the ? Call CE 5-4246. Poinsettia Chapter No. 153, OES,
operation. take great pleasure in thanking .
A few weeks' ago it was my CHURCHES MAR KING ON their guests ,who attended a sur- UDiI DllJRgn'J&t.-: : .!
great pleaure to be guest speaker - We are happy* to note the prise party given for her by Mrs.
to a group of students in the progress being made on Bethel Ruth Wallace. Such /beautiful
guidance department of Booker Baptist. They plan to march in setting and refreshments! Hats -. ,- - ,
T. Washington High School dur- for services soon. Martin Memorial off to Mrs. Josie Byrdsong for ,
ing their Career Week. I was AME Church will soon begin the delicious cake '
most delighted as I sat in the bUilding under leadership of Rev. the gifts were Just lovely.baked 0, )?''u };i'C 'i.GF' Q I NO: .1

well appointed room and remi- Tones. I ask for them your help Guests 'were Mrs. Rose Daniels,
nisced over past years when and cooperation in prayers and Mrs. Lizzie Walton, Miss Blanche
Dade County did not have a des- money to help make God's Byrdsong, Jackie Daniels, Emanuel -
ignated guidance department in I House in the community. i Walton, Vernon Shiner. bUSI : v1T
our hirti schools but because- of I
the foresi&iitof such men as
Mr. Cranberry and James Espy Broward i Elks' Five HundredTea D r. NBDtNE:

who saw the need of. guidanceand I ...
selected in time Coach Oscar '
Edwards, Alebrt Dean, Flora ..B.I I County SundayThe 2TT2tL
Austin, Susie Daniel and Yours I
Newsby : Daughter Elks of Greater,
Truly, then Ora D. Lee, who I OTUPPBNALLYNJ09LYN
a Miami Temple No. 769 will en-
served is instructor-dean of girls
tertain their friends
on Sunday at
under three principals: Espy
Austin and Moseley. There were e their annual Five Hundred Tea ...........*****.. 1,000 girls on my first list. At Walter. Bowt at .the pacious Longshoreman'sHall. -w HOMIAN f.UeI.8DD
Dt. Josle W. Roberts will
that time there not fence
was a ,
preside at the piano and the
and we had a street-boy problem rrm
from Carver
I You are cordially invited to Elementary
Ne had to be, our own truant
officers using our own' transportation attend a Cotton Dress Ball spon- School will be heard at the open-
and before or after school sored by the C. W. H. Fire De- Ing a special dedication to.
partment of West Hollywood, Mother Ulysses Morris, Mrs.
time to make contacts with parents -
Monday, May 11, from 9 pm. Barbara Kee, Arthur King and
concerning the health,
Cherry Mills will
onduct of until at the Paradise Club in
and'other problems :
.heir children. Under Principal Liberia. W C. Baker, and his Dt. Mallie Hunter has been selected SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
spy we rallied for the fence combo will furnish music. Ad- as the speaker Dt. Hunter
which helped so much with our mission $1.00. Tickets on sale at always has a worthwhile message '
business in Carver ;3 BIG HITS 3
problems. We taught some classes all places for her listeners. She will -
and worked with the boy and Ranches. be introduced by Mrs. Vera
girls the remaining time. Thompson. "Ram tree County" at 8t50 V
will be
A Mother's Day Tea
Under mar work, I also took given Sunday at the home of Mrs. Because of the unusual largo
care of first aid and am yet a Verne Lee in Hallandale. Come crowd who attends this tea several tease NSMNTt IN MOM GAMBIA M )
first aid instructor for the Amer- one, come all. tables "will be prepared with MONTGOMERY GLUT
ican 'Red Cross a pet obsession delicious refreshments Already .* c
of mine. This many times sent You are invited to a Mother's hundreds of tickets have been ' ELIZABETH TAYLOR
me to Jackson :Memorial Hos- Day program at New Macedonia sold. Daughters who have not ( SAINT
pital with the student. (Now, today Baptist Church Sunday morning contributed $1.00 as an annual ,
and since about 1940 the !it 11 ajn. donation are requested to do so
county has given a paid guidance Rev. N. H. Phillips, pastor. Immediately by contacting Dt. aKIH'I'RZI: couranr
personnel. Mrs. :Mamie Williams Olivia Rogers or Dt. Ellen Taylor.
is to be congratulated with her The Juveniles Bearers'
fine staff and workers who are Lodge met on Monday. An after .*. *.NIGEL PATRICK LEE MARVIN
doing a most excellent Job in school was planned. All membersare Drive Carefully! 4 : Print"" tyTlCMKICOlO**
guiding our young people into asked to be present May 17
the various /trends and new for the final arrangements for
trends of vocations. (But let us the affair. A. O. Anderson Juv- "Underwater Marine" at 11 t30ADVENTURE
not forget that some one had to enile conductress.TO AIRCONDITIONEDCAPITOL
begin and the greatest sacrificesare
usually made 'by the begin- ALL MOTHERSAll (.. L,, til

ning people. However, from responses praise to mothers, young ana r.r
from former parents and gray: THEATRE
students are encouraging: and up- I bring you greetings on your day I
lifting and we are pleased and May. Heaven's !blessings stay with SAT. MIDNIGHT I
happy that our pioneering in the you, SUN, MON., TUE8.
guidance of our young people Keep you healthy and happy too. 2 Feature DAN DAllE1' ta aatoar a'wisttaawr
has not been forgotten or in vain. The young, the old, the great, nl a
We .have a few selfish people All praise to mother, one and all John Wayne
who do not give credit where the small. "Jet Pilot"
credit is due but there are masses May each dear heart be filled, I .. "African Lion" at 7t12
who' da remember,.and have --'pray, "Th Dalton Girl" -'t.- .,.. .. .' .- .... /.. .'., l
I been to lped hear from_ ,aoy' former students.. 'Yours TrulyFor .

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,!. MIAMI TIMES -'"The'Peoples' Newspaper" Fla. NAACP Offers! 1:>:; t?

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I pk< iOs; .SATURDAY: MAY.. 10,1958 JW4
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; Aid ill.iQpJI l1g ,9l

DS Steel Foundation 3i : wtL'AMhA '

I ;xtae FJoiid j.t tp : 11
: Wri / "**tMj'r- T>-rT" fii r3remmY mr
,i NAACP will give "aid and governor to "use your good of-
port" to Jacksonville Mayor, to:: personally.-Supervise the

II Gives $33,000 to t IMF don Burns and ..Gov, LeRoy,t 4\v t.1zatipn'' ,>,ot .1: ... u' :....
lins in their effort! t6 cUs and" f Uf thn" 'fe"'tmt 1r'uade

.. those responsible for'the -to, apprehend, and,'convjqt; I
Forty of the country's liberal not members of the Fund will receive of a Jewish center and a those guilty. 3"he second" message,; I
i i arts colleges, the student bodies $1000 each.: These latter are school in Jacksonville on praised, the governor for,,a stat, -,- ,
of, which ."are predominantly. Negro Allen ,:University, Clallin' College, 28, the Rev. A. Idon1 .Lowry.! pi\ the, ..bomtyngs .ifha4i,# l;
will share In an.-educational; Florida Normal and Industrial, Tampa, state. NAACP to the press , : .2B!i :')
grant of two million dollars announced Jarvis' Christian, Miles, Rust and announced here today. The, bambi, used;,oq,April !I
by the United States SUllman.- Hs praised 'the mayor and believed,\$p foe:madexpf, nip:,':
Steel Foundation. "The allocation The 'Foundation's grant to ,the governor for""'!'talklng 'a' troglyceriiVi; No: ,; one;I was reported n
isi'a;?' part o( Foundation's, 1958aidtoeducation' United Negro College Fund is for stand in organizing law injured.. A considerable' amount
program,' In current operational use by the n ment' officials to find out who damage:,,was ,done ,ito both tho.M
which ,&5'5 colleges;; 'medical member schools. It is wholly culprits are." center and; the,J a pi.$..,'.>,,

schools;* engineering institutes, and apart from a capital grant of Mr. L6wry characterized. Weldon ..JChnsonalNegro, ;; ) jun,w
universities will: participate;. SIOO.OQD,made to the Fund by'thee Ronald iBailey' of Florida .,A&M bombings'' as ;"a::, stab in "" Jor..JiighiSchool., ?, |W-a:
U, : ;!Steet} (Foundation three University, has been awarded: .
JAn overall of the United, States
grant" of;$33,000; was PRESBYTERIANStREFUSE
years, ago : Woodrow Wilson Fellowship by '
p made Iby-' the Foundation to! the I the woodrow Wilson. ,National by culprits 'who have' no lie'A 41 j jUP'
United Negro College Fund, which In announcing1! Foundation'said Fellowship ,Foundation. Bailey is .for any form of law 'and, TO BACK,
represents" 33 private;: colleges. In 'education .program. Roger a senior political science major Because 'of the bombings, '
1\\ addition, seven private schools, M. Blough, chairman of Its board from, Fort Pierce. He; plans .to Lowry NAACP continued' the ON RACE, ; ?y
branch and the
ol trustees said: .. pursue graduate work in political : )rl JL;
: 'Tor the tasks ahead we shall science at University. .of Illinois nominational Ministerial STAND ; .,, ." I I ICharlotte.N.
,;"Strange need/'both .our treat public and this' tall.SOUTH of .Jacksonville, as 'well .as ., ,C.The,
I Institutions organizations, have deslgn of Southern ,
our ;great private ; assembly the. diesi 1 i n
Fortune Teller and since the public universities SHIFTING May 4 "Reaffirmatlon'of byterian .Church overrode ;lal.. fitwnority ,
have substantial! regular sources 'Day" In' Jacksonville. On, that report, aHM24Jue;
pf income, ,to cover many of RESULTS OF 'a mass meeting111"100 held and ,upheld, the principles .of the ach
their needs, providing support for Jacksonville. Robert 'W, rch>, Jib) fal approach t//). ja- ;.,,
the leading' prjv&te.( universities NEGRO NEGLECT NAACP field ssecretary in cial matters.The ., ',

bbcorpes,,.in these times/ an urgent ida,..will be..a principal': hotly: ; oonf stedaci.a; ,topic,.:
conc rn." ; ,TO THE ,NORTHi l Mr. iLqwry recalled that took,up'almost.four! : hours,?,ot.they;
As regards! 'the' Foundation's the bombings he has .sent 0 final 'session of;,the 8th general.*
grant ta the United Negro College i Cambridge If some of the telegrams to Gov. Collins. T assembly: and Otl"theIJnortll, ; ,,;
Fond: rules Df the latter, organization Negroes migrating'frrnri the South first message listed a number: \ vigorous" .debate, o{ tie sU-day),!
prescribes that such funds to the North appear to lack citi- unsolved dynamitings that meeting 'of;, the?"churcVs';, op /ruling -/,
mXbe| used to increase the quality zenship i responsibility,' "it may'be taken place Florida during body. \ ... j.oJ, !rOPPORTUNITY
.'rff Instruction and to broaden traced to nearly eight decades of
v tiie.! general impact of the denial by: southern governmentsof I '

member schools. Such funds may proper education; recreation, AWAITS. YOU :::
not; however be' used for the health services, housing and'employment 010"J t : I, I' ,I
erection'of buildings, since! aid ''opportunities," an SEE THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED: 'I'ld, 1i1
toward,that'; nd Is visioned from NAACP! official told students at .. : '
i''' ."the"multl-mlllion dollar //capital the (/Harvard I Graduate School of PSYCHIC READER: ? u 1 uu
fund now being secured.ELNORA". . Public. Administration. here this -
I week.
Speaking before' the'Bureau of ,

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JUDITH 'INGRAM'' : -" " : '"" r (Research In Municipal Govern-

This statement is madeby Judy ment, Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive ;

Ingram'of) : :ChattanoogatTenn, SUNDRIES secretary, declared: '.

Being \financially unable to visit Charging''. 'that the South Is I
Doc R. C. Anderson at"the time.l,! .Headquarters for your Shifting to the ''North a 75-year .'.
first read his advertisement I"ON M(AM r-TIMES If you live out neglect l of 'its' Negro citizens, Mr. Ij'U'
detect his double offer he had advertised Brownsville way Wilkins said 'officials -
the Ancient Mezuzah ,WOMEN. : AND MEN'S HOSE '
; '" - and citizens are facing "a :'
the beautiful Luck Charm, whichis WE SErtVE
yariety of problems" resultof
as a
t 5 the Biblical promise between .foremost "Tee :cream 1 the in-mlgration of southern, .
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God and Mos toccatas of Its Negroes. '

religious significance: ;: jtI; *''WOK .. ',. :Phon (NE 4-9441. f r. ;i 'l ter x ? ?1>1 is 1
by1;' millions.Lanaamen.of. Good Northern cities must eliminate
Luck and to Repel' Evil and, also I': 4338 N.W.. ; ,, 27th ,Ave. housing and ' his Fast Luck' lYbUca11, Incense regatlon as'a "basic approach" to .1,1',
with Lucky Number eiidosed 'J. FJNCHER;' Mgr. ; solving ''their' new problem, the. ,,,
(Rev. 84. Psalms 23 and 18.) Jndf NAACP. official trmntained.coMuIUTY ., ofExperlince'pulde, and ,:l
> .. ", my year protect. you" ,throught.lf.:. ,'.)
The foUdMnt-week', :I >\was ableto '
at a Lighthouse. guides the In
ship storm.
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i visit him in person, so, on ''1

Jute 7th; 1957 ,went,, to.,see.Doc' WHENOTHERS, FAIL YOU. 8EE ME', ,I'll'
Anderson whose office is"at 302
West Gordon Ave., Roseville, 'ft '.' For Success in Business And Love -I,')

Georgia, tor a reading and advice CONSULT HER,: ;-- / ,1/1
becuse I heard he was so i: '.1
famous for his wonderflili jxrtren \ ,You can, now hare'your homemade: happy v rt I .tt!

through God in helping so many .. ," H' _, ,''I 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wanted '. ( 't ,h1

Through others.J wai','in his,r ae advice peTata, I.eJ received:,- .. T: COR; J N.W.. 15th ,i Ave. f N&;-.1+68th''St.- r. :'-.i-1\* j 0 0 Btthe'Don't',Stay help;in of the God.rut she get can out'help now you "',:;',.'.. 1'';":;

large sum}of money In1\ a lump .PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY BILLED, Remove,evil ,influence, ''if, you are sick?: worriedor i. : ? in';!
sum the day, and since '
that every week have continuedto ; < Cut Rate Drugs Free Delivery.COSMETICS .trouble' ,: .; II,

fine(have home success, and: have I now the lite'use In of a '; r.iGIFT8081RY: FOUNTAIN.. : SERVICE.fttAtTEST' It,will pay you,to call:and set. this Gifted (Medium' ;First|' '' 'Jr'f 1.//:

two automobiles and am- lucky In .ICK, CREAM-MONEY;, ORDERS--LIGHT 'BILLS Where thousands com yearly for help,end advice*, you too bl'
ev4rything do, 'as Doc 'promiSed '* be touched by this strange mysterious power 'w

m& ': : Phone ;PLaza 8-4703 Phone.PLaza, 84704C. ;WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe '' ;
I: am well known in ChaRahoogafand ; r <,;
also known in theatrical M. JOLLIVETTB 8R"'flop same God who delivered. Motes and :the children of Israel.' e .
circles. Every'ono 'w1 o knowsme: i of old le rtlll alive today and will ,open a way 'for,you7 through '"'I

1' will tell you this ;statement Is the troubled seas of life. Let not him that 'le'blind lead' "oryeirttumbJe ..Jd

true. Thisstatement'is'printedto N.M JIJdIJt" JqJil" "'II'11"f 'wltlt' him.' x ." .. a..?T' -..lf..., ,-,'\'.,.mw..a..wr you _
helps othUJoAn4: Oi. '
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small' fee compared .to .f ;:' l 'SHOP A'.1. ;i'
chfrges the resolts a I hav. I /. \. .' ' I t <:..4" t t., i'i"i' -i Do rOil 'C"bt! th/;existence of;thJ..fl.;bethM. yontoahnot{ sell I

He has helped, .recen.d.. a of ";'1 Cut I \ them
pepple.-H4: can, o'any-kind\ of I :_: Barkiey's .Rate What wrwv.s and sounds that make
work you want done,He 'Is not -- x.-" WHERE 'QUAIJTY LIES"Y2ow Vv'lrelea;: eftp!\one Radfcrandl. tele!tolon>oi tbF.' >'1 &
1 only a fortune-teller, but a psy-
chOloglst.Youwilllaevet, ; egret'. . n: r . A seed before It sprouts, (Tee concealed, secret, ellent In the dark

f it U you will call Kossvile,' Gear- : : : : 3rd t Ave.' /; FR;4.2376 arth or womb of"Nirture.TMEREJS A>< :''UNSEED VOWER"

gi4 CA 2-9719 and maWt- .
v H. Therefore,j acquaint O,tt.rtJ'ta.t": ,
to -
poIntment see
I r fortune-teller, or ypa can wjite! ?, Gifts kCard, Dolls an4{ Gifts of all''Rind, self with the one who is an i 4'
to him at the abovWiddress t6t es n"8e ; J fit .Hft-i to' authority Whose private'!.
ok : ..... 1.49 2.98 DroMen, 5 19j v
an.! appointment. Roseville Georgia ? 6ets> > ) tq 1ua consultation l wUl volre r '
"** ,
,' you
burt/ '+Oogu ChitMilo6 i ,,.;Men'soat9- 'J,jb'cp/tA, / 'i silent Fight' , .
a st> > to higher state of mmd.
Tennessee,--_.... W MM W-IThis Handkerxhlefa ,.....-.., .98 I I COloQ'" '8et n.'1.25 3.69 a + ,
a4 out' lay Electric Iron'W t.wn':: /! '.BS Old Splc/'Colo9n/. -;.. v'" ft ==>

love life(man,, my stralfh money maven; :cad 'Waste Basket .....;...,.... ..69rvyinterjle ,and, Lanolin................. 1.00Cvenlnj"1n . AH- Information is .. ;
: :: '" vr*
brought, my awwtaeart",beset tom :: ( -t 'Paris' Strictiy'cSnfidinfialOffice : '
the past but thak'.God.I.feaad: Enulsl.n .98 1""Jfl Comb and Bruth Si} J&i
man who gtra to4 ItiMfright ,," Magnolia M; i l. Seta w:: _. 1.00. .2.49 Hours: 0 un--8 p.m.
on 'can. ,
{ and ,truly
in errwy number thr ou Ji tbthe; .J1.J#.o| .\!I.,..w John .._; .65 :. ;'14S L Case/ ,.,.........,._..'.,', ftl OD't'W' rite=:Calj: P' "
Evenlho- partsKrrrti's
God. !Y.otfr caaordergbLswo! ; derv
full: double offer for; $8.00"Cash M.n..Setl 2.10 Stick tJeoddra-nt' i10r $1SHOP I
t I1- : ; , .. ..... DAILY REApWO! : 1.OO'tp"' '
and 6c Jt ..tanP5! pr:911!P 1\ 7t r l r = -=1
$<1)0) plus chargesor order 20
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elt er one separate for $3.00 Cub AT BARKlE 4 EVERY WEEK.lAS'd :

pli i postage' at the follow fcldr Where Price ;;Are Right e< a MADAM''THUNTERI
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is going ,to be This pic-
ture was ,taken in San,Francisco
when E. Frederick \Morrow, aide : 4 4 '
Along Freedom's Road to President Eisenhower, spoke toa ::
group of church people. !The I.
Rev. R. A. G. Foster, pastor
--: By .RUTH PERRY --:,-._._.. Cooper ABLE Zion Church, Oak- \

_._ - - - - land, Is shown as he talks with ..J.,
I I I Mr. Morrow. The Rev. Randolph

It was food news to hear that J I MIAMI BRANCH DRIVE il smiling his approval as the ae

officials from I 28 southern cities veteran Republican leader, Atty.W. :
Jacksonville The Miami Branch of the A. Dixon: beam with ael1&bt.You .
In In
et recently a
NAACP Is now conducting Its can rest assured that even
(daylongse ret session in order annual Membership Drive. It will though it was an occasion to talk J

Ito pool efforts to, capture: the,per- continue for several more weeks, about the rights of Negroes, these
in June. If not four talked about Richard Nix: l'll
[son or persons behind attacks or ending you are ,.: "iutI
47 racial and religious institutions already a member, no matter on's chances of being made pres-
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since ,January 1 1957. Such what type of membership you ident of the United States. '{
(concerted effort ,on the part of take out, you will be helping I- ' I.MUdi&
[city and state officials should mate the Constitution an effective JUNE 30 ISIMPORTANT : i

[lead to the capture of thos responsible instrument of freedom. ; .i.M
> -tu
for the acts of prejudice America Is on the way to ILINOID WMISKrr )

[and terrorism I in sections of achieving the true freedom Intended June 30, 1958 is a very impor- "1.
(the South'In recent months. As la toy our Founding' Fathers tant date for many disabled 'l{ ?
wally the' case; an sot of vanialism but the struggle for full civil people, Edward P. Blonston, District 90 PROisHffi: .
against a specific ,race or rights is far from over. More than Manager of the Miami .. ,
iglon, will not remain an boated ever 'your support Is needed. (North) Social Security Office' at ,," .r1v J
instance. Such Intolerant Keep the NAACP growing, and i 234 NE 79th St., said today. : ( 01
[actions usually spread like the fighting In the courts, In the Many people who are disabled -,( "lll"' + b5tav
[growth of an evil seed. Only con. legislatures, wherever Justice Is have neglected to apply under I .\:'III IM
certed effort' and cooperation on imperiled. Join todayl! the social security disability pro- '
I the part of men of good will will visions Mr. Blonston said. Only Flelschmann'i has more Proof:.?0 Proof-as compared";;Ilq 1,.. frti
|stop this. We sincerely hope the To love freedom has not beena Workers both men and women with all other leading blends They are only 86 Proof;. 'ut( lOCI
( prerogative held only by who have been disabled for Fleischmann't Proof *
Jacksonville meeting will prove overa 90 means more flavor-more enjoyment i l lliT,
Ito be the means of stopping these Americans. From time to time I year have until June SO, 1958to -more satisfaction. And-Fldschmann'j .surprising mildness .
I hate-engendered acts. will bring you examples of what file application for the dis- and ex.ceptionallmOOthoesa tell you that vou're gettingthe
freedom has meant to many dif- ability freeze or for disability highest quality in every bottle,Thnfi y.hy I'felschmon'i"ijft I
derent people, and benefits if they are 50 or older. offers so much more than whiskey
[ years you any 1J2.93
RESOLUTION OP ,REGIONALAt ent countries. Over '150 agoa Those who have been disabled 111I
Czech patriot, ,Jan Kollar, for a prolonged period and wait I ',j '"'
the recent' meeting of wrote the following --words until after June 30 may forfeit BLENDED WHISKEY 90 PROOF 65'* GRAIN NEUIKA I : ,
I Sixth Southeastern Regional their rights to disability benefits THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION. NLW W .
Conference of the NAACP heldin of freedom ..: I
"He only is worthy at age 60 to maximum old-age V.V:lr
Greensboro, N. C; the follow who honors the freedom of oth- benefits, and to benefits for their ." .1.I J/lI'/ <

ing:Resolution was adopted. In ers. .He Is really the slave who survivors.Mr. N. r"tsUS ; ..n
part it says: "We here rededicated forges slave-chains for mankind-I(I Blonston pointed out that / '

ourselves to ,the fight for the Whether he fetters man's speech there is no deadline for those who M 1C, , : ;;o, .
democratic'way of life. We shall or fetters with shackles: of Iron file within a year from the ,time .,":4)r.)
make certain that all citizens, of how can it matter, since he does '' they have been disabled for a ;
our country, colored and white, such violence to right? Ha who prolonged period. ANNOUNCING THE, OPENING OF : "
I south and north are free by 1963.. topples down empires and wilfully -I I For more Information and
wastes strength of races he pamphlets on the disabled benefits SEYMOUR'S MUSIC STUDIO"' :,
"We shall continue to work who throws fire-brands of hate, available under Social Security -
within the (framework of the Is contact your social security (second floor
grain-like over the earth he it At 1366 N.W.. 6th Ave. ) -
U. S. Constitution, and work' to who earns chains." t,office today.PERKINS' .
make the'ideals of the Christian VOICE- -[PIANO ORGAN )
faith living realities the statesof Our Teachers Fully Experienced
the region. We are not intimi- HOME-MADE CANDIES are ,tx),
dated by the shortsighted and un. I For Appointment'Phone 'FR 1-933 ,'J10
constitutional ,actions: of' state SANDWICH SHOP .... ... '
letfsatures timed at destroying ,', the right of free association. Wa
shall continue to use all of our 6825 N.W. 15th Avenue '

strength and resources to carryon in
the fight for,'human rights." Nightingale College .
Brittle Pecan Rolls Coconut and ,..
Peanut :
"We call 'upon our members end ANNOUNCES, -NEW SPRING CLASS HOW'
friends, to make full use of the Chocolate Fudge FORMING i :
new federal civil' rights law ''
which'protects the right to vote. And a Variety of Sandwiches, 4,1.

Further, we have traditionally James Perkins, Prop. ftps/etas ; A
communism and all of
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work. We reaffirm that policy and ENROLL NOW D ay and Evens CUasea I y?
call upon the\ antl-dvfl rights We Limit Size of Claesea

forces of this region to stop fur Find out how you can earn more'

fishing propaganda to the com Attention Now Reopening Get prestige by becoming a .Nif htinff ale>, ';Trained: i
munists for : '
tfT. use against our coun- \Graduate FREE PLACEMENT to all grad at.J
time the Governors and '
legislatures 'of the, South make MADAM FARRAN CALL MRS. CRAFT TODAY -:1.1: :t II",

a attacks 'on'freedom they perform' Miami' Wonder Lady FR 3-1675 :265 N.W. 5th Street
service'for "
the ,Kremlin. Nationally Knownl ,Highly Reeomm.nd.dl

"We continue to welcome the ,',.
cooperation ''of' organizations LIFE READER 1"rfIJ."
that share 'our respect for the ..- _. """ .."_ "-rr, r T iTr ror.. T r 1

US. Constitution"and for obedl- ADVISOR' BORN WITH POWERI y"

ace to Constitutional ,law." WILL HELP YOU

CLARENCE MITCHELL, g Remember ''I am a TRUE READER .;, t ,

This community win .have the YOUR LUCKY DAY ""H ,
opportunity to bear one of' the Lleonood by State and County '

speakers most forceful Jn the 'and&14 Informed of ,civil Tells you any and .vrythlnfl you with to know without TOPS' IN: 'LISTENING, !
rithtsen katiadaZJuae of friends and "."'I*.. Ji
: f7, when question Give, you, name -
Clarence Mitchell director of the Ina Give any true and never falling .dvko on all affair of llfo. If O THE. KING COLEMAN SHOW. _:,, ;,.- '. I I
Washington; Bureau' of the consult thla poychlo at onoe. I '
NAACP worried, troubled or In doubt e) THE GOSPEL'MUND BOY SHOW
will, speak at a ,dinner ..JJ ':"
meeting here In Miami T o r do not call at your ,homo.DONT THE BUTTERBALL '
many years 'on the 'scene ia BE DISCOURAGED If you have. filled to find ,holpl/ 0 <<., ,,; .."" II

Washington, Mr. Mitchell Jt.Tef7' a I do what others claim to do.. No lon, In Trouble Turned Awayl s LOCAL NEWS WITH ELLJ-JTT J. .
able 'and 'Interesting speak and ConfldontlalRMdlna :
er. Tickets will be on sal 'with COME ; ; : ...... ,
side doors. No backdoors
No :- .I.
in a,few days and I urge all Interested .. ,My studio Is ,on the corner -'
Phone NE -4.tti7 for appointment. J. J : o. '
In the for freedom Avoid waiting. '
fight : ;: ,
RADiI' ,, ,1'
to : SOD :L XOUR
arm themselves of IMS specW 4500 N.W. 27th AYe?'Corner 45th, St.. :" f. 'r;.; ,.; :! ..4. ,f.( : :

for opportunltor.furtherannouacaxMnts,:Watch this of I paper,this 1 Block north of Beaker Jorraco{ Bus,'24 '* 1"'Evtry! :"nhtuti' ,, j '_ ..xj ...11<) p1.4 ',L C trrtfTtll'esrr

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MIAMI TIMES"The Peoples Newspaper" CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn 2'' _ ?

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, ,MAY 10, 1958 family of the late, loving memory of,
who departed this life May 2,

11 1956.
Two years have gone but we

CARDSMEMORIALS know you are resting, so sleep on 'Q t .
and take your rsst, we love you
but God loves you best.
'1 Mrs. E. Wromas,

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn foster daughterAnd

family of the late sad but loving memory of FamilY'I
MRS. DAISY THOMAS our loving wife and mother I

takes this WILLIAMS method to express its 'who departed ISABELLA this ROLLE life May 13. !?I-; :....: ",I x

sincere thanks and appreciationto 1954. Gone but not forgotten. r: \ :
the many neighbors relatives May she rest in peace. .
and friends for their many cards David Rolle, husband '. ,
telegrams, floral offerings and And Children 'r'
other expressions of sympathy
during its bereavement. u I
A special thanks to the Rev. E. IN MEMORIAMIn
T. Graham pastor of Mt. Zion _...........N._ .........__ M
of our dear wife
Baptist Church the Francis Fun- memory CAROLYN ELAINE MIMS:
eral Home for its service and mother, grandmother RUSSELLwho and sister and r David Smith of 428 SW 6th ct.,
friends who donated their cars. MRS. MATILDA Homestead, died last Friday nightat
departed this life May .
the Dade County Hospital fol-
When mine eyes shall be turn-
1949. May she rest in peace. lowing a brief Illness. Mr. Smith,
ed to behold for the last time our husband
Cleveland Russell
Father which is in Heaven then who was the agent for the Miami
Mrs. Martha Clark daughter:
peace shall abound. Times in the Homestead area
!Al Williams and Family Charles Russell son and a well known disc jockey
Dorothy and Vera, a there, is survived by his wife,
granddaughters !. : Anna Bell; his parents Mr. and
CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Dora 'Robinson, sister ' \ Mrs. Arthur Smith; seven brothers -
(Louis and Cyril Fisher, ";: 1'd ' a I : ' and several other relatives.
family of the late brothers \ .} ! TOPSIE SILLS 0"';' .'or., I (Ai : JJ4Deacon Funeral services were held on
wish to thank the many friends ; .' ,.., ; : Thursday afternoon at ,2 o'clockat
y ., "
for their kind thoughts cards and IN MEMORIAMIn '< '1 ../. lli ;; the Church of God of Pro-
0 died phecy in Homestead under the
flowers Thomas Johnson ,
'I (May God's richest lessings commemoration of our lov- May 4 in Jackson Memorial Hos direction of the Bain's Funeral,
abide with each of you. ing daughter mother, sister and pital. Funeral services will be Home of Coconut Grove with

Ida Swinton, daughter aunt ; 4' held 3 p.m aturday at St. James Bishop Peter Davis officiating.
:Moses Swinton son-in-law 't"' Baptist Church fn Coconut Grove -
Charles Clarke grand son The body will lie at the chapel
Joan Ann Clark, from 3 p.m. Friday until funeral
daughter-in-law Jt-4 time with Rev. W. F. Tanner of- DEATHSSeniors
I --- ficiating. Survivors are: Mother,
JAMES (Pie) MIMS Mrs. Olive Johnson four daughters -
IN MEMORIAMIn acknowledge with grateful appreciation Mrs. Mable Jones of Geor-

loving memory of our devoted to our many many gia, Mrs. Carrie Marshall of . .
mother, friends for cards ,telegrams Valdosta; Mrs. Arnetha Walkerof
MRS. JOYCE KELLY ,. flowers, kind expressions pray- Richmond Heights; Mrs. Olivia Funeral services for Charles
,. J who departed this life on Moth- ers and deeds ot kindness duringour Bradley of Coconut Grove; five Leonard Fraser of 14681 Tyler st.,
/ er's Day May 12, 1957. Gone but -e 'N 4 bereavement. sons, Cleveland Johnson, Oscor Richmond Heights, will be held
Monday at the Barnett-Senlors
not forgotten. Johnson of New York; Elijah of
The Family The St. John's family, neigh- Valdosta; Tommie W. of Liberty downtown Funeral chapel at 2
I bors of 8th st., neighbors and City, Johnnie of New York 23 p.m. with the Rev. Clifford Mc-
friends of 23rd ave., Surgical grandchildren and two sisters. Cleary officiating with (burial at
t IN MEMORIAM Equipment employees, Medical Paradise Gardens. Mr. Fraserwas
Supply employees 8Y8 class of a native of Nassau and is
Mrs. Irene Newman
In sad but loving memory of Y n BTW Art Class of BTW Poin- survived by his wife Mable, a'

our dear son,, ciana PTA, Cox's Kindergarten Dies at 70 sister two 'brothers and other
Turner's Groceries members' of relatives
(Bethel Apostolic Church classesof
ti Miss V. Clark and Mrs. L. :Miss Lecrise Lawton of 4420
Smith Poinciana Elementary NW 30th( ave. was dead on arrival -
i School, tho Range Funeral Home.: at Jackson Hospital May' 7.
Again our sincere thanks and She is survived by her mother,
I God bless you. Mattie, her father and other rela-
The Mims Family a tives. Fneral arrangements are
departed from our midst e P incomplete.
May 8, 1953.
She is gone but will never be
forgotten.The CARD OF THANKSThe Range . .
Ward anJ Symonette
Families family of the late Mrs. Beatrice Castell Dear, a
FANNIE B. BROWNof I 9 t former Miamian, died at the
Detroit Mich., wish to thank I Orange Memorial Hospital of Or-
IN MEMORIAMIn all who sent cards condolences, lando on May 2. She is survivedby

loving memory of telegrams and flowers and for ''I her husband, two sons, an
I services rendered during their infant daughter: a brother and
bereavement. i other relatives. Funeral services
Special thanks to the Rev. Wm. were conducted May 7 at St.
Reinson for ,the eulogy and Agnes Episcopal Church. Burialwas
members of Greater Love Tab- in Lincoln.
ernacle of Detroit. Thanks to
everyone. Dozier McQueen of 1375 NW
Katie Bishop sister 67th st., died at Paravilla Con'

.... _,n tw,.__.....__.. '_Y....."'._ Jennie Lee Cade sister valescent Home May 4. He is
JOHN A. THURSTONwho : s Bell Stewart of Jacksonville. He
departed this life on April Mrs. Irene G. Newman, a pio- was sent to Jacksonville where
20, 1953. IN MEMORIAM neer Miamian of 1577 NW 70thSt. final rites and burial will be
., died at 12:20: Wednesday
{ Gone, but not forgotten. conducted on Friday.
: May, he rest in peace In sad ,but loving memory wof morning, at Jackson :Memorial
,: M;. and Mrs. Roosevelt "'" our dear son and brother, Hospital following an extended Mrs.Chrisllne** Davis; of 2220: '
: .\ ;, .. . Thurston illness. A native of Key West anda 72nd''sU' died at.Jackson Hospital
-- >- '"[ <. ' '''' "
-. .... : K .: . ;, :' '.'T' 't"t. resident of Miami since 1907 May 5. She ..!. survived by a''a '' _
. \ , Mrs. Newman Is survived '
!j ; ; ; f 'd. daughter3VIrs.yB"cielah Harris 'of. '' .
s .,
iSf ,
MEMORIAM daughter, Mrs.: Hazel Sanders, a Liberty City and other relatives. "
son, Frank, six grand children I
Funeralservices will be conducted
4 In sad but loving memory of and other relatives. -
; our dear wife and daughter MaY,12 at 2 pjh. at the House
.. During her lifetime, Mrs. New of Prayer with Elder Huff officiating -
------ -- -
i 7 man.was one of the most con- Burial will !be in Lincoln.

s scientious civic and community

- U .,. -_. ,- ---"._-:'y workers In this area. She founded Willie Bell of 4300 NW 31st
and headed for a long number ave., died May 6. He is survivedby
MRS. IDA MAE LEMMONwho of years the Bethune-Cookman his widow, Nell, a son and
f departed this life May 14, Mothers Club now known as the other relatives. He will be ,sentto
1957. Gone but will never be Mary MoLeod Bethune Circle. Greenville, Ga.

forgotten.I : She was also Instrumental in the
think of you in my dreams at '\ founding of the Pioneers' Clubof James Denmark of 5121 NW
night I call you in the dawn, ,', ' \\i\iI this city along with Mrs. T. V. 27th ave.. died at the Paravilla
And yet I (have ,to tell myself that Moore. Convalescent (Home. May 6. He is
you are really gone I ,. a1 survived by a sister, Mrs. Annie
That you are gone beyond recall, \ Mrs. Newman was also very Stewart. Arrangements are in
forever and a day 1" : : "" : 1i active In fraternal and church complete.

And there is nothing I can do and ., activities, and was a long-time

nothing I can say . ,: . member of St. Agnes Episcopal IN MEMORIAMIn
: .
You were so wonderful to me, so " Church.
gentle, sweet and kind, :' :
; < loving of the de-
< !Mrs. Newman held the dis- memory
I in ,
It seemed that was always ,\ ,, ,.... \ J." parted,
k n2,,, ... --' :. ., tinction of opening and
your heart and in your mind. operating
No, there is nothing I can say, ARTHUR FARRINGTCXN, JR. the first private nursery school in ANTOINETTE died 8 STYLESwho
May 1934.
except a loving prayer who departed this life May 10, I the Miami area. She enjoyed an ,
May she rest in
That God will bless and keep youIn 1957. Gone but not forgotten. exceptionally large friendship in perpetual shine peace her. light
this and other upon
his care: May he rest in peace. .Percy A. Styles
And in silent sorrow .. It's Sadly missed by loved ones Funeral arrangements are in
". nothing I can do I and friends, charge of the Range' Funeral

ELOISE KING BANNERMAN 'Except to live a better life . In Mrs America Farrington, Home. -. ..... -
who departed this Life May 15, memory of you. mother .
1987. May she rest in peace. Mrs. Louise A. Mitchell, Mrs. Anna Albury sister USE OUR CLASSIFIED

:.. The iBannerman and King daughterMrs. Mrs. Lillian Baillou, sister Drive Carefully COLUMNS FOR RESULT8I.THE .

v'Families: Ozula Wright, sister | And .Family ._.... .... ----

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Want AND good BOYS workers sell with ice cream.reference Edward T. Gres, paster I SATURDAY MAY 10 1953 PAGE 13

Best deal in town. New Plan to atrteed WM&*<'s. Day
management. Happy Jay, 1101 services at Mt. Ztaa. TIM guest
NW 21st st. speaker at ttbe> 11 aua. service ST. MARY'S W. M. motiteee, tfcose who are with us
a 7183 will 'be Mrs. Elizabeth E. Jefea- aad tfee earn to the Great Bey-
Mrs. S. Dawkteff, reporter I aad. God Ness them.
WANTEDLOT son, principal of Phyllis; Wheat- May '
Rev E A. Culme '
ley School. She will be introduced :
IN BUNCHE PARK or Opa !by Mrs. Inita Gray. Saa y fe et began atam. 9.39 LIBERTY CITY ELEM.
Locka or house for sale. Freewill '"Mothers" will be the central .
wttfc theMiss supedateadest) ,
Baptist T eeday,, May 6; was campaign
Church Rev.
A. Ruther- theme of all services for the day Marva Truteeaa and I tfeetew&erc '
ford. Call NE 4-8447 I' all:: contestants ruankii
after 6 .
REWARD. For return of black pan.M17 : at. tfeeir posts TIM lesson teen theer May Queen and King
and white Rosary. No questions BAPTIST was renewed; by Mis Trot title. The contestants are Con

asked. Return to 1123 NW 3rd Lots Rev L. A. Thompson: pastor trIa.I1.:! I, U Essex Loeia; Parks VictoriaJohnson
Easy Terms
ave. , Services began at 11 am. with : : Patricia: Gowen. Marvi-
100 x 105, city water sidewalks. i Mother's Day will be! observed the pastor ku ct3. rge. Betag. the bean! Johnson* Barbara Day and

FOR SALEGOOD Will build to suit on your lots or with appropriate services. At the fttrst Sunday,, heIecturtd! for IS lAb Paul The May\<< King: con-
ajn. worship< miautes front 1 Corinthians! 23.
our lots. We take care of financ- provision has : : are: James Bell, John
ing. Cash paid for your lots or been mad for 100 mothers to, !oe: The testimonial. meeting was Sharpe, Samuel Williams UleziryI
RUNNING car, fine for home. JE 8-1340-Daron. tagged by their children and the warm and! truly: the Holy Spirit Newbold, Connie Jackson D.sgene -
transportation. Reasonable. Call oldest mother of the church will: descended! UkeIf. dove to: St.I
Williams Quick JoZsun.
and *-
at 1312 NW 68th St. be honored as "Queen for the Mary's. One member Joined; :; I
JAMES A.M.E. Day." ,, On Wednesday May Tj we
The t.30 devotion was led by\I will cast our votes and the lucky
NEWLY OPENED to colored Dr. A. Joseph Reddlck pastor The young people, directed by I
the pastor. He- preached; from St. boy and girl will be crowned on
Close to stores churches, schools Mrs. Sadie F. Dean reporterA Mrs. A. Nev.1boIdme: Mrs. V Mark L22: ; "HoI inz Fast to God:" .Friday afternoon at 2 pom, at thtMay
buses and Jitneys. Three bedroom Strachan, will
present what
The Lard's Supper was administered ' : Festival.The .
1 bath CBS house. Eight years capacity crowd on last Sun- : promises to bean.. interesting
: The male chorus rendered :
old. Parkay flooring, large James the :Mother's Day first grade classes of Mrs.
living day at St. during morn- program at 3:30: p.m. music' with Mrs. Gladys McFord
room, dining room tiled bath Ing worship period attested to Special sermons for the occasion at the Lillian Peterson and Miss
and kitchen two will be delivered organ. I Blanche Johnson: :reported having
pantry porches the glorious worship service. Dr. both at the I Mother's
Sunday being Day
toolshed. $14,500 morning: and had a wonderful trip to Crandon
or no ,
garage Reddick preached with great evening services
let us all paytribute to o u r Park Zoo last week Oa Wednesday
reasonable offer refused. 1600 NW power and lifted the congregation Plan to spend the day at Temple..
56th St., PL 8-9241. No liens or to celestial heights I! throughoutthe May 12 to 19 Is anniversary i I ,, April 31, the boys and girls
mortgages against home. day. week Each night some! auxiliaries -I.I I,came to school with big; delicious

Accepted into full membershipwere will sponsor tile service. j LL I RUMMAGE SALECLOTHING I II :lunches. The boys; and girls enjoyed -
looking at alt the animals
CASH for your older house is no Robert Barnett and Patricia Added to oar lengthy sick list I I
problem to get IF priced right Gillms. is the name oif Brother T: Bonivy j I'I and the many tricks and funny
Many clients on my waiting list chairman: of the trustee board things they did. After leaving the
BUT I'm' so busy during the day Sunday morning beginning at who is at the Mt. Sinai HospitaL j toov they went to Virginia Key

So, please call MU 8-8544 after 9:30: a.m., mothers are asked to Pray for his recovery : 1328 N.W. 7th Ave. Beach and ate their lunches.
6 pm. Mr. Wayne agent. accompany their children to Sun- Last Friday Mr. James Johnson
day School. The Sunday Schoolis FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY completed his Internship at Liberty -
Beautiful blue evening dress making rapid strides of growth Get your tickets now I ; City; Elementary Mr. John-
worn only once. Nice buy at rea- under the supervision of Bro. C. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Eta IOn was with us for 8 weeks. He
sonable price. Size 14. Prom girls S. Hall, superintendent and cap- for the culminated: his unit Trees of
take note. Phone PL 18254. able officers and teachers. 1\Ia19 to 1\Ia.17 Florida with a skit titled Tht
j Omega Boat Ride Pageant oi The "Tree after an
and 9 a an to 6 p.m. experience: trip to Fairchild Trop
HOUSE. $11,500 $1,200 down During 'tooth the 11 ajn. Friday, June 13
$85 a month, 1485 NW 57th st. 7 pm. worship services, Dr. ical Garden.

Reddick will deliver the Mother" ....='-...:'JIInIIr "' 1'mrII"IIt _1Iat---,--L...
!III'! : 2E9R
Day messages. The following
FOR RENTI mothers will be honored duringthe
I morning worship period: Mrs. CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR
HOUSES in Bunche Park 2601 Victoria Rutherford, Mary Fen-
NW 162 Terr; Phone NA '
and Leona
derson, Mary
1-2053.1' Pace. OPEN HOUSESUNDAY

STORE suitable for The Youth and sponsors will
meet after service on Sunday
fice clinic. Next to
or busy drug
morning in preparation for the
store. Top location. Low rent v
10th Annual Youth Day obser- MAY .11 1958
Store.427 NW 20th St., Jay's Drug vance June 15. ,

You are always invited to attend -

ROOM in private home. Home- the services at St. James. ,." :""

like atmosphere, 1826 NW 55th PICOF '
St., phone NE 3-2740. SALTERS CHAPEL AME J :, l

Rev. J. S. Blake pastor J:,'. ',1
2 BEDROOM APT with stove
Twiggs reporter
passes door, 2945 NW 46th St. "Remember the Sabbath and '
Phone FR 9-3576. keep It holy." :
I Sunday School was opened at 309 N. W. 14th Street ,

ONE ROOM efficiency, apartment the usual hour with the superin- ., \ :.\ "
: tendent. Sister Agnes Davis In t. -
,. furnished with modern .I1.1 ,
conveniences. Located near two charge. At 11 am. the Lord's .... , r\<-
bus lines, 3268 NW ,46th,st. Call Supper was administered by the .#. *,

The ACE League met with a GARDEN
home. Phone IH 6-322. after 4 lively program. At 7 pin a wonderful "Food at Its Best" Leo Golden Prop.
sermon was preached by
832 N.W. 2nd Avenue
pm. 1131 N.W. 3rd Avenue
the pastor from Acts 16JO: "Sirs
What Must I do to be Saved

Home 'Cooking On Sunday May 11, there will Compliment ofLUTHER HENRY R. ARRINGTON
be a Mother's Day Program.
Want (Home-cooking like mother day will be dedicated to mothers.A CAREY 1034 N.W. 3rd Avenue
cooks Come to the prize will be given to the old-
PIG SHACK est and youngest mother.
7008 NW 18th Ave., Mrs. Essie Come and worship with us. You
Parker owner.. are always welcome. PIEZE SHOE REPAIR RANGE FUNERAL HOME ;

311 N.W. 14th Street 6727 N.W. 17th Avenue

Jerry !II *tlll hen

Thought Have Wlngsl'-I Can Influence Other With My DR. HOWARD A. HADLEYDental


6901 N.W. 15th Avenue
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-: Phone FR 4-8593
:: For Advice and Help, Contact- Cor. N.W. 21Jth St and 4th Ct.


:L KSTARPsychic AGENCY vw, .':

Reader Gifted Reader L. L. Brooks, Mgr. TZII'ELI/MIII
: .
1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue .... '
entire life
Reads your ; past, Phone FR 38418 43 ;as-oIfI
j future. Tell -
present, you anything ....... .. .
wish to know without
you .

... asking any questions.No HOME COLEMAN'S GULF SERVICE .1n:

matter what hop, fear or.trouble may be, I can and B. Solomon,' Funeral Director. ,R. C. Coltman, Prop. M', M
I , e your' advice on 'all affairsof 31S N.W. 16th'8tr. t> ' Phone FR ,.DUe-n ....31 "f'
wRI. Mefj yfliif( Give time and never falling
marriage, health, business Phone FR 31440 1628 N.W. 3rd Avenue t',
life, such a. love, courtship,
change, will, mortgage, law suits, lot or stolen article, SOUTH FLORIDA Phone NK 4>496S .,
278 N.W. 6th Stroot

928 N.W. 65th Street NEAL'S SUPER MARKET .;

Gives Your Lucky Days Your Lucky NumbersNo Ernest Bellamy, Prop. I 4828 N.W. 27th Avenue"f *
PL 82284 Phone NI 44988
Com with without money 1. .1
one In trouble turned away- .' Al,'
Private A Confidential Readlnge-R.adlna- White & Colored'Not. ,

.' Permanent Addre**Take but 15, passes door every FREE! REFRESHMENTS FREE!

15 minute From 4 till 6, Mother Day, May .11 ,

1650 N.W. '27th Avenue Miami, Fla. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED

Hour: Dally and Sunday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m-Cloed Tuesday Free Parking at Corner of Building

Licensed by City, State, County
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TIMES:'The Peoples':'Newspaper" !TRIUMPH CHURCH ST. MATTHEW BAPTISTOn mons, sister ,pf 1thC( -'Late Mrs. I
Elouise,A" jKlng/ Bannerman in
tPXCt.14 SATURDAY; MAY 10,1968' Prince II.: Mobley, pastor last Sunday morning and memory of Mrs :B.umerman.Plann.,1o. A
evening the pastor preached out 'attend'-toe, tea on
Sister c McKinney, reprter of his soul' subject, 'This' Same Sunday,,.'May 18 at 4,0'dock in
'The School of Wisdom: was, Jesus. The young ladies of our the basement 4he church. It's \

really great on Sunday past The church are putting on a great being sponsored' 'by choir No. 2. .
subject of the' lesson was, 'God entitled '"Mothers ,
", demonstration It's fun time as we go on a
[Reveals, His Law. Memory Bible" straw ride for a Night*fnl$assau
y' 1 verse!, "Now therefore,. if :ye' win We urge the public to come JO comes Monday night May 12 at
obey my voice indeed, 'and keep St: !Matthews Baptist Church and 7.30 o'clocJc' You are Invited to Lifo

ray covenant, then ye hall be a watch this great pageant. May we Join in the. the funs; ; $5- cents
peculiar: treasure unto me above also'' remind, you that St. Matthews round trip. sC'FJ
all people: for all the earth Is is the home of the' sweet The women of the church nave
mine.* ,exodus 19$. God'reveals of
: est music this side of Heaven. organized tor Women's Day* All
his concern for his people throughhis and, watch high order ci
Come our women of, the church are: being
law. Law is necessary in an of ,servloei Yojt are always welcome urged by ,the pastor to cooperateto s<
and Is
orderly universe law
; ;: et!
make this a successful Women's -
in an orderly society.
necessary ;
In their transition from a. disorganized Day. Officer' for ,the occa- c.b
group of slaves to a fully THE INCARNATION sion includes Mrs. Grace Albert, bo bsJ

developed nation, the Israelites Fr. E. S., ;Clarke'''Jr.,,'vicar chairman, (Mrs.'M.,. Bernice Clarke' Hall' co- sJc''
chairmanr finance
!were given some ,specific commandments "' ; ,
Veronica '
O'Berry, 'reporter'SUNIIAY '
called the Law of Secretary; A. Carey, treasurer;' R. s'a

1 God. Our visiting Prince X>., Wil- ,v' :. Calary, chairman of finance; E. I

liams gave the closing remarkson Church Schoo,, and Adult Ingram,, chairman of souvenir B.. a

- the lesson., 'Bible Class...._...-....... 9:30"ajn Martin, chairman of 'decoration; f
The noon day''and YPE Band' Solemn'" Sung 'Mass 'and E. ,Hambrick. ,' chairman of pub. C

service'was at their best. ,The Sermon ......................., 11:00,a.m. licity. .
',',-.'.'---. SUbject''' of the' YPE, Band,' ,:was Episcopal. Young; I'I

"God's Hand is Strong." Scrip-. Churchmen '................ :5.30: 'p.m.. I FRIENDSHIP. ; BAPTIST E
1 BAHA'I ASSEMBLY bances. ture found:' Ezekiel 3:14. Cdnfirmation'Instruction' t

\ : ,After service, the. monthly: One well known song' "Let \uSing for ,Children ................ ,9.30: p m. Rev C J.,'Burner," torClaudia' tI I
)tr..,Emily.Bethel chairman of Lord's Supper was reincarnatedas Until The Power 'at The Solemn Evensong and; "Wilson, reporter: 1r

the 'Baha'i Assembly of Miami, I everyone partook of the blessed Lord Come' Down," did not ,suit Sermon ..........;..._......, '1:30p.m.: .I The spirit: of the Lord: was:very r
will ,,speak,on ."Women in Relig I 'bread'and"the'' wine4'"that' represented the occasion on Sunday night because TUESDAY : high throughout, Sunday begin 1

ion" at the Baha'i Center 137 NW Christ's body ,and His '''the Lord was there !when Acolyte Practice..................6'p.m : ning with the Sunday School. Our 1
:llth ave.., 7.45: pjn. Sunday, [May blood that was' shed; for. the, remission we arrived. Many 'testimonies' 'WEDNESDAY pastor, delivered the morning: ,and ,

11.'' .All; .races'and ,faiths are ,cordially , of all'sin. were told. Our,pastor delivered Low Mass ...................... 630: ajn evening .message e I
: Invited the sermon. I and he 'really wa Evensong, Meditation and "The morningtheme:.-The Patience -
GRACE !'PRESBYTERIAN led by the spirit Of God. The ,Confirmation Instruction, of Job." Te evening,, subject
NEW: MT., CALVARY subject of the sermon' was "What I for. Adults ...-.........,..,? 8, p.m was ."Jesus Says Believe,la
.R v. James Culmer, pastor! Think Ye' of Christ, ,And Who'aSon THURSDAY Me."' Both ,
; ,n v. W. P. Tarpley, pastor Eddie. Edwards; clerk is He?" Text St. Matthew : delivered. The messages choirs were well
St. Mary's ChoirRehearsal : were combined : -
: Edna E. Thompson, reporter Sunday School.............:..;: 930:: v a.m. 22:42: n Corin. 10:17.I "r ................ 5.30: u.m in, music .also' the,four
Morning worship, _.._.__..,11:00Westmintster 'would like Ho takethis time '
'I, .Sunday School was opened at .,FRIDAY usher, boards 'were:combined ., In
Fellowship''.... 6 p.m. to welcome ,d3ro.,and Sis. :Williams '
\,the ,usual hour by the faithful St.,, Cecelia's Choir, Guild ,heir, work.
:superintendent, :Deacon Miller. and Sis. Kicks, churph-our three; : Rehearsal ................... 8 p.m To; aU of our visitors:;you.were
,'All l of the teachers were present GREATER: BETHEL.A.M.E. new members to) ow : Note: Masses on All Saint and welcome in our services. ,Cometo

.and'each, ,class had a large at r628 VN.W.: 'hth ''Ave. CALVARY: BAPTISTRev. Friendship. ,where you will
MT. ,
tendance. The lesson , find'a warm welcome awaitingyou
was reviewed Rev,A. H.'Ferguson;'pastor Mrs.! Elizabeth Espy Johnson .

; \ :. by Bro, Melton. Sunday School ........_ 9:45 am. E. M. Thomas,..paetor.. principal. of Phyllis Wheatley 'a r all times.

iJ''The4'morning i '"message was delivered Morning'' Worship ...........: 11 a.m. Oretha Holder, reporter Elementary, School will be the 0" '

by Rev. Greene,'r subject, Evening.worship'.,.....,....< ',7:3q: pun.' speaker at, the Mother",, Day
"" l'.:"O .give thanks unto the Lord program Sunday, May 11 .t the
Tim Home One
Going Dea-was NEW BETHEL BAPTIST for He Is good, His mercy endur- Parish ,Hall, NW 17th ave and. :
baptised Sunday morning. eth forever." obeying this pai- 69th .st..beginning at 4 p.m. Mrs MUSIC
t-j cons Slaughter and Martin led Terr. of the scripture the services Johnson
service. 1571 NW. 68th cage a long-time leader in
devotion and Our
\ prayer Rev. G. Jones, pastor began with the ,Sunday School. educational. community and fraternal .
own beloved'pastordelivered; the Sunday School''' ............ 9:45: a.m. with Bro.: Mann' in charge. organizations, is well I :

evening message. The senior choir Morning ,:worship .................. 11:00: At 11 am. an inspiring devetioual known as inspiring: speaker., music
and usher board No. 2 rendered
Evening worship;..............- f 730: service was conducted by The affair : ,I I .
services the first
for the day. H' ; : the' deacons and deaconnesses. of a series 1 .'
Bro. Edward Melton preached uslc for the morning was furnished of annual dbservances Is sponsored -
E his trial sermon Tuesday ,night. ST.. ,FRANCIS. XAVIER by the No. 2 choir, who by the" Women's Auxiliary of MUSIC

Sister O. Brown is in the hospital N.W. 4th Ave. and 18th Terr .' sang from :their souls. The, the church, Mrs.. D. A. Julius,
on colored 2, room 4. Visit the Phone FR 9-1424 ; church was filled to its capacity President.The most active mother 'with.'Tee Jay
.1ct. ;I, MASSES Tht morning message was delivered A'the church, will be:announced ,

Dally..................................... 8 am. by the pastor !found in St. and honored at the program. Mrs Rockin' Rogers ., ,
; ,
FIRST UNITARIAN"A Sunday........... 7 a.m. & 8:30: ajn, Luke 15 chapter, "Drift and Florida Dean will give the welcome '
J Driven: :4t: .:fwas !well delivered ; Mrs.' 'D. L. Sanford is to & Louise: Griffin:
Place will be
-Growing" I ANTIOCH'' BAPTIST and received by all present J introduce the speaker. Chairmanfor ..
the topic of the Rev.
the Mother's
Day Program is q
held Bro. Daniel : '
. Glenn O. Canfleld,)"minister. of Rev.'O. BTU was .
: W* Foster, pastor( Smith, director in charge. rs. Sheba Major Martin. The
the (First Unitarian 01urch.'D1x1e : A? L. Johnson, reorter During ,the program period public/ is invited to attend. "l .i. 1. (
Highway at SW 29th Road
on There,.Music ,
Johnnie Nichols led the testimonial : '
Sunday, May 11, 11 am. Church The pastor and congregation of service which is conducted EBENEZER METHODISTRev. ,., ,
School and the Adult Forum' Antioch and' Shllo Baptist: ,

meet at 10:30: ajn. 1 churches: had another,. inspiring" "- i :At every'T P.nx first 1 i devotional Sunday. service: A. 'D.''Hall, pastor Aplenty i :on. ,,',

The Liberal Religious: ;:Youih day.During( the was conducted by the deacons Ernestine Hanbrick,,, reporter
will meet at the 'church 'morning service and with stirring 'l ;
.' group Rev. O. W. (Foster and his group deaconesses ,Live with ,your head up,' your 1220
that evening at 6,30 and the ,
and uplifting hymns.
: took charge. The topic for the prayers eyes open and 'with hearing ears.
second session of the seminar the church filled to its
morning was taken from the'81st Again was God everywhere at work about!
f given by Leslie \Balogh Bain will Psalm. 7-10,. "4 Spiritual Over- capacity.: .:The, night message was you. The 0 creator is, continuing
rbe held -S:15'p.m.-: .' haulln/; '" Our ,'pastor rendered delivered by the pastor, "Con the creation. And the Father is PN: YOUR DIAL' q
Topic will v be, -"America's Position spiracy.* After,service the Lord's admission }
'' a !inspirational C sermon. The seeking to your life.! i
___ In the World Today male chorus sponsored the music. Supper :was administered to those Give Him your consent, 'bid him'
The :final meeting.of ,the present Who,wished''to be fed. welcome and He will be ableprocesslvely
executive committee will beheld The evening service was conducted
make, plain', to
at tbe..chv.rd1",,oan3lue8day: BETHANY ,S.D. A.
by our sister church, Shi- ," you His holy will for your life. ,
May 13, '8:15. p.m. to receive annual r.Elder
lo, with,Rev. Griffin and his flock
reports room.;!the t commit tee having ,charge. .'The No. 1' 'choir >. 'Co. Bl Rock, pastor | Sunday 'being Mother's Day,Wt'at

chairmen. of Shllo rendered the music.with Mrs.G. Evelyn Tynes, reporter "Ebenezer, will.,observe.,it..aa
Family Day. As: near as possible
GREATER-NEW. BETHEL Rev. Griffin offering a dynamic I 'M n',"Day is almost here aid all falniliesare asked. to. sit.. ,,.together ,
sermon.: The text for,:the,evening '' "
0 u' the' members' of 'Bethany are ;
:{:t'' Mrs. R* Conley, :clerk, Matthew was taken and\ from 88th* 26 chapter verse. The of.,St, waiting with, great' anticipation -, Adults as a of family the Sunday Schoolare : I Radio Miami

Rev. W. K. Smith. pastorSunday for., the climax. to be commended (for their
,f topic was, "The Blood Bank of ,
'' Jesus." ; Whether they reach their goal very fine i,attendance.. We;'Urge : \ ; 'MOR )PIATTERs :
] School*was, opened',at or1 not.;the;:men of Bethany are more adults to come out. All ,

030: am.. with Supt. B. King pre- Another important event' I is working very hard, to make their teachers are urged,to be" on I(time I : :LESS, CHATTER I
I cidlng. Tiejopiiteyeats; about to,happen at Antioch the "
? ; day a'success. [0 for Sunday School to greet the
His Law" taught to total' their ALL, DAY, LONGI.REGISTER.
was a men and women are having On Baturda.11iIht.lla, 9 therewill'be children upon ,their'arrival.1
of 8 classes. The "offering banna \\M u's tand Women's Day, ; '1 its
together : ia.tuPptri/ and tacky party : A beautiful, t cow hide," large
was rewarded to clau"No..8.and the attendance ,banner ,was, May 18. Make it must goJdtq?;pages Bible.;:*w ail ; '
; a on your.calendar 7:30: I pmt We invite all our presented to the church the' : ;
awarded to class No. 8. "There of events. Your oy .
of fun.
presence friends out for a night pastor .and '
were a total attendance: .200 is always welcomed at our church. There will be plenty of food and by Mrs.,: t lgivaito the: church TODAY-, ;: I

pupils inc1ud1nt17jsitCa3..lUZpoints ,"If ,we walk Jwith God in, the games for all. Prizes will be given Evangeltne, King Tim-; .

on the)_ ; ems, made shadows;.,.He will walk with: 'Ui ----- -.- ";

'by the pastor. _r M> vwa*' .; ,lithe. sunshine,? This affair is one in a series : 'O SPECIAL ,DISCOUNT SALE'
Gong service was rendered byj given 'b7'' Men's Day which will '
:j both senior'eheint,during the day. TRINITY, WESLEYAN terminate 'on May 18 in the interest SOUTHERN CHOIR

our The pastor m4I.tu'ltlellvend Rev. WSmith/ ,by as :r(led. 'George<< EJ-} Johnson, pastor: emy. 'The'of Bethany school dosing Junior program Acad -GOWNS. COMPANY; .' ,:

evealed to hint from the 1st Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter ....
held '
apter of Reveiatloii. and the Sunday School LNN...N....... 9 ejn for,Bethany Academy will be 216,N.E.: 2nd '.Ave.. Miami \

7th His sermon was' based Morning worship .................... 11:00: inl'the I school's auditorium tia FR 42737. : ITlM:Oll) l
verse. 'ti May 29 thru.June,.(L.Plan to at ,- "'""i\'a\
>n the major things of-Jesus: Ypung People'etnt' p.m tend. Roam212; '. 1
i > >
I/wendi Light.
Christ such as, '
r He statedr.ihai.we one Ie 'ST,.,JAMES BAPTIST Custom made choir gowns i

another as Christ stf Jovedlta; and :323 N.W.14th St. 'NEED MONEY? j i| ,>
> } T.
keep his commandments, lest we 'Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor :

will walk in darkness' ,\and. -not., -inthe Then Hurry to The \ . ,; Lowest Prices I :* :;

spirit. Sunday Services 'j .
> b irl
!Again in 'the evening our pastor Sunday School ,............ 9:30 ajn. Jamaica Candle Shop ; From $10.95- !t

further taught us on the Morning Worship ........ 11 KM ajn.BTUw ,

qualities of God's Great Love forman *.........:.. .....'\'?*. .. ,5:30 ,p.m.Eriening'y At 6664 ,N.W.. 15th Aver New.Style* 4,Old-Style ;

as ft attf ty him from the 0fIIUR...w-*-i 930pm. Where hundred*-'*W 'tielng; helped Choice of Finest Fabric ;

9th chapter 'Of' Romans and.the Visitors.. always. ,welcome .weekly from the Jamaica Bleesed
; 8th verse. He stated that love : Oil and the Mystery dream sept I 1 Cap.' t,Collarya- Stoles'' !;}r ;r

i should exist in the home shunr '! ; JAMAICA SAM I All Colors and Combination'
.. - '_ Prop. :
<.oo' _
jdantly, so that a more peaceful : rl .
? Come write Call
:. [home can be encountered. He >? .,q' .u.aE.rOUR CLASSIFIED'COUUMNSJ'Q .' PL 8.1354 or Today .luryyDkkett, yrljl! ,)cail: on you at no
,, gclared that without love, homes, I obligation"THEtMIAlfI '
ricer and churches be- ,PE3ULT3I... .. ,: '. t ,, !!.F .
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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Nw.P4Pt1'

2,167 Boy SCootsEnioy ,SATURDAY. ,.MAY 10, ,19S8 PAG 15

Weekend at CamD 0 Ree YMCA Annual Track'eet

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Masir( :' :lieidAirport; hi! Optf
LoCk Waff tixe<3lfe( ftWf weekendf : 'The G. W. carver' Branch ,
a rand 'ShtrN'bf"t1ne''Wholsome GM held its first annual trade! meet ",W41 ,
for youth]Li jt ictk n. The South Corp. Gives for ell Gra-Y and Ili-Y in tht

Florida Council of the Boy Scoutsof county on Saturday, Mar<< S Ie. For. Prompt, Efficient.
America''h'ela'their: :uflrsi Dorsey Park. < *\\'t
council { I .
wid Ca.tnP..O Ree. Iwo thousand The aervIcPhone ,,(/
.. $35,000 UNCF team from Phyllis Wheat- ,:
"one hxindred' nd'Sixty-sev. to ley Elementary School Frank PL 4-4909 a"

en Boy Scouts ,307, adult leaders.camped Jones, advisor, won the class "C" RUDY'S TV,, ;';;
together; 'bound by the 'I . competition.The .
brpUjerbpqd; +oXftadi scout'tor the :1 DErItoTT., r- A $3 ,OOO General >w
other never the less they came to Motors gift to the United Col- awards will be'presented and : -v*
show _their scputcraft skills in 1It to Mr., Jones and t he Gra-Y ?
lege Fund RADIO
compeWJ9Pompete} they ,.d i d. r? sera 1I'4 r l was announced today Club at Phyllis Wheatley on Friday REPAIR

and over. .OQ9 y1ltoISr': ;,came, to offs t by Louis' G, Seaton, GM vice May 9 at their regular assembly , .Guaranteed Scrvic acei 'A
fyy/et .a 1d eta 1, 4 charge r
the' president in .
observe and went Aa., Ia.ytr , r wxs of personneland program.EVENTS
away thrilled.1n1 -" scouts came U i"e4 T xc. ?r NAMEi. chairman of 'its Committee Pick 'up and Deliver<;]

from as far away os Key West r for'\.Education'Grants and, Schol- '9,, aim.: ',tq 19':30 'p :
and .Pompanp. Sanding broad jump -'' :Robert
arships. .601 N. W. '15th Are:,1
Dunn (7-2) Jimmie Tyson end ,
Competition was by patrols' (a
The GM grant comes at the Running broad jump Robert
group of from 3 to 8 boys under. .@' P 7 -
the leadership"of"a fay who?Is the j beginning of the 1958 nationwide Dunn (11-0)) Charles Pullin, ,,2nd.

patrol'leader--and! ; the' patrols drive by the United Negro Col- High jump Charles Pullin

were not r111. graded On 'sucn r ''hege Fund which provides; II- ((4-0) Robert Dunn, 2nd. Non.8iir0lcal 1
events signaling, knot I Softball Treatment;,
skill as ''Bancial throw William Cov-
r' aid to 33 Negro Colleges
tying,;! a rescue'relaytent: : raising "\ Ington. ((1H-0)) arry Snelling, 2nd. Hernia o Piles'
relay ''tout-' ilSo :for preparation I In ;,12 states. It brings W $170,000the 50 yd; ;. dash William Cov- (Rupture) (MemorrneVda. ) :

prior to entering Camporee amount GM thus far has ington (:7.1) Wilbur Young ,,2nd. DR. ,LONG'SCLl.NIC':
Scout built equipment in use at* given .fc>,,the/'FUND. ,
/ yd. dash Larry Snelling '
tractive gateway tb''their Cam genera) health .eervlee
cite; menus,, ,-cooking gear, food "We 'are pleased to add ..our and Three'Robert leg Dunn race -(tie Charles) :13.1)Pul-. 81 8W. '18th Aye.

storage, cleanliness. in speech and support to the United Negro lin- Walter Harris'' ):23.0) Wilbur Phone PR 8.8748Add

appearance, courtesy' ? scout-like t College Fund because we know Young Herbert Davis,' ,2nd. Life to Yare \
conduct, sanitation and general t. I
that the 27,000 students enrolledIn
organization Hibbons were 400 )"d. relay Wilbur and'Yare to Life .
e its member colleges will pro- Covington
awarded to the patrols: Blue, red SPtc vide many of tomorrow's out- Larry Snelling William REDUCE8p: : .
white and 'based, on bow ton Walter Harris ((1:01.1)) Rob
green standing Negro leaders, Mr. :Mediation
William ert Dunn Charles Pullin Jimmie .
they :scored against ,(the standards Edgecombe, son Seaton said.Accepting.
set,Every patrol could pos- of Mr, 'and Mrs. Eustace Edge- Tyson ''Herbert Davis, 2nd.,

sibly'' win 'the'.same ,;color ribbOn.Penants combe of 1329 NW 66th St., wn the gift was Dr.,De- .-. -- --
also I are to be awardedto recently married to Miss Ola M. Witt T. Burton, 'medical directorof
the troops based on such,items White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. the Burton Mercy Hospital In AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCE :
as: How' well their patrols par R. White. Detroit, member of the national :with '
ticipated area' inspections, leaders board of the Fund and :vice 4$10,000'$20,000' $5,000) To conform
fn uniforms first aid, William was a member of the chairman of the Michigan Cam- Florida LawIf

''dispbyes: and exhibits: appear- class of 1956 of Northwestern paign for the Fund. He termedGM"i you have a,, drl er.* ,license, Swe can'Tutu r*' you j)>
High He spent term at New
contribution "one of the
ance and originality their. gate- York U where he took a coursein largest Individual grants received AS LOW AS $71.80 PE .m.Rt. '
and boundaries.
'ways The total 'possible points business and studied music from any corporation." .PAY,A8 YOU RIDE,.with little down-fchd i month'* io pay'SERVICE'
part time at New York School of
for a troop to earn was 1250 andif "We appreciate General Motors '
Music.; '
they scored 1000 or more they continued support for higher education FIRST' IMS AGEHCVOpen

receive v' a blue panant,,. 800 to lIe was inducted tutu the army and hope other businesses -
1,000 a red penant'and below 800 in July, 1957 and took basic at and Individuals will follow Dally arid Saturdays to,,5 p.,, 1
" '. '
none. Ft. Hood Texas. Later he was GM's lead In backing the United "
645 N.W. !
36th Street 'PL 9-5284
sent overseas with the 4th Arm- Negro College Fund drive," he'
Many modes": of transportation
/ ored Division for duty at Gurth, said. "The success of last year's
were used but the: devotion of
Germany. He'is interested in drive allowed us to add additional -
,men to boys '!was shown when It
singing, is a member of the choirof colleges to the group receivingaid ill
,was found that the transporta . ..
tion till divisionand; has w o nprlmes'ln from the Fund"Besides u
: for one of the Key Westtroops
singing contests; lie
partirpatef' -
was not available at'.th* providing ;yearly grants '
in other' activities, ands
'last minute and then reached
.n aid to associations of. colleges
rather down 'and sent 'the'boys'them by"the1r taxi most being, outstanding.members as one of of the the the. plan) ,by next September '.will .. : ., c-, i / < a
than-disappoint ,
parents "will'take them"'home._ .. 4th Armored Division. I aiding and women MOO outstanding each year study young 2186 (; .W.tJi Yen"I T Phone JFRS3-M91

,' (a..i : I ,; n i' 'Is I under four GM scholarships '.' '
Mrs. Williams a ,graduate of lng' year :. -t 'I"l: f! >fv-Tf:
Dorsey High School I in colleges of their choice HOURS: B a.m. to 0 p.m. .

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M4ml!,,iflgrld' t. .: ,i 1" t t. ?.i i FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE' ,, DENTISTRY/ : -: 'B. 'Sofo.on Funeral Slows

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and Vf, Automobl/e}/ 'and. . '
'Equipment ti n.(1 ; n"SEftVICESSwedl.h "
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'Hours: 10: ))0 a.m. to 10:00: p.m.-By 11

24 hclir,!WrJlco\V!da/rot!fnlght I CathiThorapoutlo, . .
N our Utwavlta,jcndjreperi on 'MaMaget, Whirlpool
request We are bonded to the Bathe/'Colonlc- Irrlgatlont, Bleelrenla- .Spot '?Reducing, EUctronlo, '"ALIvtg8esvic.: for the Llrlng" 1I'WAiIRang'e'

State of Florida. No Job too larger 'fa fal., Facial Massages .and .Pack; Light :Th rapyi TonlnoTrwrapy > ,i ;, ty
.. .... MeshsnlcalGymSue . ',
Rehabllftatlon Therapy
to .ma1f-'l.-R I -- '-- "" Rubdowns, : ,' Funeral nomrnvOACAR

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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" SUMMIT MEET 4 'DIE IN CAR speed.when their car rounded a
curve on S. R. 19 and crashed
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1953 (continued: from page 1) .. CRASHCross into truck.the rear of a stalled trailer

Alabama Christian Movement for
I Human !Rights.
City Four
Ii i Winners of Typing 9HYLLIS WHEATLEYThe With these exceptions, the"delegates" !killed in an automobile personJwere Mate 'Mother Happy With
to the Summit meet-
collision Monday here. The
Doll Contest sponsored by near
Contest NamedThe and ing will come prepared for two four deaths, along with 17 more A Pretty Hat FromLILLIE'S
Mrs. M. Generette co-spon-
full days Intensive workshops, I
annual Typing Contest over the weekend, boosted Florida's -
Mrs. E. Frederick came during which specialists In the 4
!i sponsored !by Gamma Alpha by 1958 traffic fatality total to HAT
various phases of Negro life will
to close today. Participants were
Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda So-
to the winners as (follows: explore the NegroAmerican'sprogress 894.The SHOP
rority was held at (Booker T. given in the fields of civil :Negroes, three from Clear-
Washington High School Tuesday, Bride doll Norma Stirrup rights, housing, moral and cultural water and one from Marianna, 519 N.W.17th, ST.
May 6. Because of lateness in receiving .
apparently driving at high '
standards, business and industry were :
notices concerning the Best character Audrey Kendrick rural life and agriculture, Phone FR 9-8393
contest, only .two schools parti- !
employment and labor education
cipated; BTW and Carver High. Special Sales
We regret this very much, how- Ugliest doll Jo Ann Hamniit health and welfare, government, RINGWORM-DANDR..
ever, we shall look forward to Smallest doll Larry Petty voting and citizenhip, and inter- Prices From $1.99 up
national affairs
full participation of all schools Baggiest doll Linda Little SUFFERERS
Each separate workshop will .
with business departments in our. Dolls of all sizes and descrip- hear an analysis by an outstandIng IF TOe lvt ORr Nln'U--. ........Fr.
area :year. Orwa mm
The annual contest is part of I tions were entered in the the expert In the field, and competent bit KA1.WTATtOMD", 'DIO'IAII1fIU.: Wrote BEAUTIFUL MOTHER'S DAY
contest. consultants from organizations TftAMirocr suxr or TW KAUMAMotraaMO.
Gamma Alpha participation
National ,Business Week, an 486 will rendera throughout the nation,i' of. MCWOSBOCTC*AA.KB AWVV*..*.Ltuoo5ZAATIG1AN .....* CORSAGES
Brownie Troop will pool experiences and frame .
annual observance of Iota Ph)
selection at St. Peters A. O. resolutions to be Incorporated in
,.I Lambda Sorority.: Church: on Sunday evening onMother's the "Statement of Policies" thatis 7.fJI. Open 9 a.m to 9 p.m.
We hope that we shall have Day Program. the end objective of the con-I Sat. to 10 p.m. Sun. to 1
'( candidates from our area com- ference. .wl wIMalllrr Mlt/..... ........ ,

Scholar-hip 11, ( The popularity contest will ter- tat -.yr "T" r-r-r............. .. v.
minate on Wednesday, May 7 at A
chapter scholarship prize of $100. y* 44444A.AAA A..AA.4 AA 4AA4AA 4AA. 4AA4.A.A
1:30: on the school grounds. The AAAfAlfffAfffAK

ii'I' congratulations the Gamma typing Alpha contest to Chapter the and winners extends sincere in proceeds attend students the to will annual Washington go for National sending, D.Patrol C. 18 to Fair Realty is Easy to ,Buy .From I

thanks 'to all participants. First
I"" Conference. The patrol will be
prize was won by Brenda Frazier chaperoned by (Mr. Albert Dean VISIT OR CALL TODAY. PL 7-1645
BTW; second prize by: Mary The .
and Mrs. Sybil Farquharson.
Carver third prize
Cooper of and
of PTA
Guidance Council
our i
by Maude Newfbold of :BTW
f'l I' presents a talent show, Thursday
Prizes will be awarded at our
I Founder's Day Worship at St. May 22 in the cafetorium. Everyone - 14 I
)1 John Baptist Church; June 1. is Invited tickets will be _
) Our'sincere thanks. goes to the on sale at the school. I __ i

instructors and the principals for The fifth and sixth grade girls
;I heir. cooperation.
were favored to have Nurse
i ::;'., Thanks to lirs..Carolyn John- Johnson, our school nurse to give
,. .".. son.who administered the contest.Oi7eella' : them a;health talk. She told how t 4 ,
J; ...: : :".;;." .')ton-;Was chairman of !important,it was to .keep strong ,._ wtI1
,.:. :':. ..the .typing contest and' -':Lucfetia healthy bodies. The girls expressed i 4r
,:' C. Eve is president. their eagerness to have
Nurse Johnson come back. Mrs.L. .
E. Thomas is counselor for
Call TAYLOR these girls.

I h Mrs. E. E. Johnson, principalMrs. YY ;i n I
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