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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: January 11, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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',t-. 1 /v\vtf// \\\ hours after example 'another just Is This! beaded and car ft In ;companions' wed- this Court Federal in to. investigators led woman> } and gun the both said, CBI The incomplete. are ,Homer Funeral'
Botch Miami the in held being= liquor serving of charge' .i on . PooL" "The" the as known their rejoined then and owner filed be to expected! is\ suit The .-Dixon the spot a ,.ave. l'lt' and Ter. Frauds the of charge in ;BraWn
still was Hunter night Thursday 'Department Beverage State, the pcqmlarly) ; Park Amusement City ration the from cash In It of, 76th.' NW near weeds of patch a "money.I Mr. for arrangements tiea.Funeral'
..,to Up wan. nearby 'a' before hearing; for up came: Pool,. Liberty the of owner the .down" most $1.097.15.$ took three The ginning. from afternoon Thursday the for hint,shot she} us told "and .
*Two automatic., Colt his' from the of owner ,Elaine Murray "shake to attempted be- J Is! student Negro first.the as -recovered were' billfold empty Gunson's' said Tyler "money rental# in $200$ *:"Assoda Improvement Negro ,
fired! been had! shots Five! "Cut. -client his when ST., Okell S. George -investigators his of one that hearing ment register. cash over paid get hm) seen "She'd' '' -Universal outstanding once the to
her' get to ,decided: I that often, Attorney City Miami former Depart- Beverage State a at nude his ,of contents the, over hand Hawkins admit to school leader 4ft and Pythias Knight'of
me by) .8. to owner the\ Hanna George )supported; stale:t the force to fight the pistoL ,Mason :
so' .kill to threatened, "she made been had charge : charge support to evidence no grounds. the. on a a tune one at also,
.saying. as Hunter quoted Police ,.declared.The ney found has he week this said stein forced: and Monday midnight la. round\ fcew theta. week this -appeared boy the when' fire ppened caliber own.2:2: his with lack hewn addition In ago. months few
while. short attor- state the ,"people. Ger- E. Richard Attorney 'before shortly Station Service 'disclosed,attorney NAACP young and home his at thefts recent the in Gunson shot she him: old! ; a only position that from retired

-comparatively a for Miami in living! been -.irresponsible by around recklessly l flung Gulf Shores Venetian the brilliant ,Rodriguez Francisco for responsible believed_ he whom |2.2 Dee. home Gunson's' woman at leaning He years. 25 for America. of ers
been who the said
entered men had
being accusations unwarranted of the of three said patrol 'Improved the of (
bad and Gainesville< of native Pallbear
.. POOLSta1e of Threadsil Corporal.Jim prowler] catch to home t.Gilt the of head Tyler John .
11. Hunter Mr. Hunters. the .40. the' if make stayed had he Gow Robert> -president grand as having-served of
for ,Miami in address !local. a have top. the over district Brovnsville "SHAKEDOWN"OF$ Augustus and ,18 Thomas.Robinson.Joseph. to intends he but 'school law -detective homicide told. Pierce_ Mr. st. 132nd NW 20 distinction the held, Brown Mr.
not ) Park- Floral the Lee rifle. of 51 1 Gunson. of slaying the .
.was DENIES 0 20% Threats Bobby o: Florida of University!' i ra. sev grand great
the when home cot Steele Ada Mrs. 'and Styles "Mzrjaret GERSTEIN a with f charge a confessed she questioning After and
days. Steele: I -Robots Robert ;place 9th WN 1940 thelilywhite enters the jj .22 assault o'f, one children grand 12 ;York
15 1 only for John Mrs. Dixon. A. J.Mrs.! and Homes he time classes ,
i on jail in is ct 6th NW 2068 of :
'j of a 26: Gude Grover were charges! > Marjorie
It. Jth -Nev Wright Mrs.
Lqton.c.omm.Dder: American Scott for quota the over make to decrepit and old too be # 'of ,
former of estate the art ing percent 100 went who Kemp ,Eugene holdup. *the, In injured t not wu+u robbery- armed on West Key, may 69 Pierce W. Eddie while. \ NE ?37 3 Service Employment") V-l and Greene Edna Mrs.J neices
work been had Hunters The included area this in workers 35 about Hanna Mr. said. iU In Jail County Monroe in Held; College e-eookman t Beth -Hospital Memorial Jackson, ; at well the at men CBI by morning twc ;Brooklyn, of Barksdale B.
Thread. CpL automatic: caliber 1.32 I i of member' faculty f 49-year-old 4 doing reported, was place list 1 was ,Investigators and Johnson Brown;
weapon. deadly Outstanding report. next their owner. station service Thursday" arrested. ' :' 'telore Mrs. '
s with assault with charged at quota the over )go to expected!( 'aI and revolvers caliber 2.22% and Key Plantation a from gunpoint : Hawkins Virgo' Tallahassee NW 1760 of. Williams Tony sheriffs by) search two-week, ire!' Marion Mrs.. daughters' two

formally been has and ,case the are field' the' in back ers Wort\ .45_ with armed was trio The t at taking with charged were thief. a at shooting inten-,, an of ,object the PL 4th Clinton and)% Benjamin, initon,
said. l Threadgll,CpL way. was he thought he said who man NW 7104 of Dixon Mae Clyde Well .Richard; Eeraando kiab)
with connection: in arrested been 1480.$ of quota < $1.0001he7$ than more recovered 4 and : ,
High-Overseas. the on northward F. of U. a by Thrsday neck the through sorts.
) Heze Jr. George' Artemus
has. cook a is Hunter Mrs. where. their of $1,40522: $ in have Reeves ana Wz capturedsix' t> Tuesday ,was 14-year-old children. small three her ,
shot boy by d
Lovina wife
eigh. his
estate the at butler a is& who 54 C. Garth "and Glass Maude Mrs. Patrol rwar Hi Florida The' presentsor buy she that o ,
-survived is Brown Mr. communities:c
Huftter.' Duncan husband. I ter's under area City Liberty The
Hun- Mrs. said Curley Phil and .. .-... .... -- y---- FightTo Opens NECKA Eve Christmas$, on white Tunson other and this in,, leader ternal
drive. the of success<< the for
GUI broker estate 1 real \fiami\ fra- prominent long-time A
Patton Ed Policemen Beach RARRFRY KEYS 100 .
Daniel H. and BTaylar) Louise, North a ;employee her) ebbed! .home.
Dept. Police Mrs. Gibson Catherine. Mrs: ion SHOTIN THIEF FOR and killed she that deputies his at 10.30 at night Y lay; WedneS

Beach,. Miami the,to. according, Hender Rose ,.Mrs. of work the IN CAPTURED SIX Hawkins -sherYs to confessed ,children hree suddenly died ,terrace 14th NW.J.
Star 37 at night Tuesday praised 'MISTAKEN BOY
Island ' Frazier Mrs. $3,410.98.$ of I .23-7ear-old f 21f of Mlamlan.: pioneer known
3 8:43<: about occurred which pledges and collections with top -- of mother maid A widely- a ,Brown M. George
-shooting* In buttocks. the in once the over went $3,007.09.) $ of quota _

and wounded shoulder was. left Hunter J, the In,Mix twice.: a 'with district, : district' Midtown downtown North the The" r Employer DIES BROWN

has Hunter. Mrs. admitted.where Beach been Mrs.directorof to according regional ;Frazier,reached fluids been Presents Christmas Children's' For F Robs Kills[ Maid M. GEORGE

Miami Hospital. Sinai ,ML has drive Fund United the In _

-authoritiesat afternoon.Thursday,, to late according"fair" area this for quota overall( -The CENTS 10 '- PAGES 12 1958 ,11 SAroRDAy-JANUARY: ;FLORIDA ,MIAMI 20? NO. ,,YEAR 35th ;stated

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THE MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples', Newspapor"' Phyllis Wheatley' Smiths Honeymoon in The Bahamas
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1958 I . .-...-
#' Club News ;:, j.\?',". "' '. ",'" .J', "".._.",. ( cv'j' '1 ,. .t", ...; ",.,'. .I "NT,{ ," '

As a fitting climax to the ,holiday
Charles Rogers Weds Jenice Singletary season, the Phyllis WheatleyArt :
and Social'' Club entertained .

members and friends at the homeof _ _ _
Mrs. Marguerite Everhart, 1876 ,
NW 55th terrace .on' New Year's eW q t Mli y
night. This being the annual %e
; Christmas Party gifts were in
abundance for members and
friends. Games werE played and { i
friend met friend and chatted
around the punch bowls.A .
9 delicious repast was servedof
turkey and ham with all the
trimmings. The president, Mrs.
Marie Price, was almost every-
if ifa where at one time seeing that all F4A
had a good time; the secretary, : ,,.-
Mrs. Pearl Wise was also seen /
i i
a introducing' the strangers to the
club members and friends.
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Among those present were
Mrs. Evelyn Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny allace Jr., and daughter -
r ;, Mrs. Mae Allen, Mrs. Elsie ;
L\\ Lowe, Mrs. Irene H. Dunn, Mrs. .4 Ls .. ,-% . ., fr t
Ellen J, Kelly and daughter, Mrs.
Marjorie Bowen, Mr. and Mrs .
4 Edgar Wesley, Mrs. Walker, Mrs.
Cecelia H.; Lee, Mrs. Mildred
Holmes, Jesse Simms, George
Rollins, Mrs. Lucia Edden, Mrs.
Grace Smith, Mrs. Lucinda Herndon -
i :: Sam Marlowe, Mr. and Mrs.
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Clark' 'Mrs. Verma Bryant, Mrs. #
Thelma P.: Outler, Shelton
Young Sr., David Price, Willie
Dozier and many others whose $
the failed to t ,.. ,
names reporter get. 1tP1l1o.."' <" "'.t ;IN'" .\ ) 'III! 'i .w 1 IIAir.A..:
All left at a late hour voicing '. '
themselves as having had a very Airman and Mrs. Benjamin of chantilly lace was complemented -
pleasant and enjoyable evening.M Smith have returned to Miami: with a detachable: overskirt of
I. Daniel, reporter after a honeymoon in Nassau. The taffeta which wastened neatly at
b "W [' :Mrs. Marie Price, president .groom will later return to New the front with a tiny b 1w.
Jersey where he is stationed In
St. John's Institutional Baptist with white ,orchid and purple the Air Force. A tiny .satin hat held her
Church was the scene of the throat. Mt. Sinai's Choir The former Ethel Lee Johnson, French illusion fingertip veil.
'wedding of Charles Rogers and Miss Mary Alice Smith, cousin a teacher in the Dade''school, sys- A reception was held at the
Miss' Jenke Singletary, Thursday, 'i r of ,the bride, was her-cnly atten- tem, became Alrmap Smith's home of the bride's aunt, Mrs.
Dec. '19. at 8 p.m. The Rev. Thed- dant attired In pink ballerina No.l New Year bride on.' Sunday, Dec. 22 in a Picola McFatten, 3735 Fla. ave:

ford Johnson officiated at 'the length .: gown with fitted bodice single ring ceremony with Rev. Prior to her marriage, Mrs.
double ring ceremony, only members and wide circular, skirt. Ernest Dinner Social W. F. Tanner officiating. Smith was feted with a lingerie'
of the, family and close Rogers, popular disc jockey of Parents of the bride ac.* Mr. shower by, 'Mesdames Vermeil T.
,friends attended! the cerep ony. station WFEC, 'commonly knownas Air. and Mrs. Fred Jackson and Mrs. Cleveland Johnson, 3733 Boone and Janet Brown. The entertainment -
Charles Rogers Is the son of Rocking Rogers; brother, of the were lovely host and hostess to Florida Ave. The bridegroom is was given at Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers of groom served .as best man. Little choir No.1. Their home was one the son of Mrs. Victoria Webb, I I Boone's home., Many friends
'Graham, N.C.-He Is 8 native of Andrea Austin, and Lynette of exquisite! beauty) on New also 'teacher in Dade. gathered for an eenjoyaible/ even-
North Carolina, having received Grant served as flower girls Year's evening, still bedecked Mrs. Aramentha J. Carter, sis- ing. Everyone participated in the
!Ibis education in the ,public schools while Chester Carouso McDaniels. with Christmas gaieties and colorful I I ter of the bride, was matron of playing of games, after which a
of Maryland, and attended the Jr.. served as ring bearer. lights such was the home of honor and Eugene Sands, best delectable] repast was served. ;The
Fayetteville Teacher College. Avery Mewrs. Joseph Anderson and the above named couple in the man. numerous and beautiful gifts
talented and accomplished Herbert Day servefl as ushers. rapid graw(ng' town of Oa i The ,bride's street length dress were opened and displayed.
organist, he studied: under the Miss Ltila Kemp, graduate studentof Locka. ,
famed Hans Newman in Germanyand nursing education, Columbia I Their spacious home was filled -
has toured Europe. At present University, New York, directedthe to its capacity with members, :; ;;; r;; ; ':::: ;; ( Mims-Dean Wedding
he is employed'as a teacher wedding. friends and guests. Everyone Personal Mention
at the. Bunche Park Elementary A lavish reception was held st seemed happy, gay and relaxed Miss Juanita A. Mims and
:School.' the >home of the 'bride Sunday, just right for the occasion. James Dean married on
'!' -: -:- .. : = ::: !! were
Miss Jenice Singletary is the Dec. 28. Mrs. Doris Burley was Various Indoor games were Indulged I ; Christmas Day. The ceremonieswere
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard in charge of the guest book, Mes- in and enjoyed. 'Mr. and Mrs. George Simms performed in the presenceof
Singletary of this city. dames Inez Anderson, Cleo Brax- A delicious dinner was served were home from Chicago to a few relatives and friends at
She attended the. Bethune- ton, .Fannie Crosby, Inez Fryson buffet style, consisting of baked! spend Christmas with his mother, Temple Baptist Church, Rev. L.
'Cbokman College; where she and Rosa Miller served as hos- ham, fried chicken vegetables Mrs. Remiilda Simm's and his sis A. Thompson officiating. The
reigned as sweetheart of Omega tesses. Miss Delores E. Hart, gifts salad, pickles, etc. Pie, cake and ter, Ruby Simms andsBetty Beth- 'attendants were Mrs Leola Mims,
Pal Phi fraternity and did further and Vernon Miller served as miX- ; ice cream was the desert., I el. LeRoy Minis Jr., and Thomas
,studies at the University of Wis ologist. A presentation was made to the Nottage.
consin. Presently she Is .a mem- president of the choir, E. DIn. Phillip Peterson, Magic City
>bcr of the faculty at the Bunchc An outstanding feature of the kins, by Mrs. Thomas Closing remarks Cab driver left last week forWard
Park Elementary' School reception, was the melodious organ : by the pastor. A reluctant S, C. to be at the bedside
Amidst an altar decked with music 'played to the delightof 'gathering departed for home expressing of' his mother. Harvey'sCleaners
the many guests, by the talented thanks the
palms, porn poms and gladiolusthe to host and -andLaundry
'bride was picturesque under bridegroom. The couple "is at hostess with blessing on them for Miss Constance E. Smith of I
the beautiful arch In candlelight home at :5530. NW 18th.' ave. an evening of fun and enjoyment. Boynton Beach was the guest of .

splendor.: Her beauty was reflected OUT OF TONNOUE8T8; the Lasslters, on New Year's Day.
as she marched down the aisle Mary Wilson A. M. > For quality and
.oaz the arms of,, her father, Rich- (Mrs. Rose Payne, sister of the Mr. and Mrs k Kemp of Courteous service
t ofd Singletary, wearing tradi- bride, ,Newark, N. J.;; Mrs. Pear- Liberty City were happy to have
xlltkmal chantilly laee under lene Jackson, aunt of the bride, Laramore Wed four of their children home for Alterations done on
ivory satin. Her ballerina length Toledo, Ohio;, lit Lt. Felton A. the Christmas holidays. Mri. Premise. *
gown featured a long fitted, bodice Kemp, Seattle, Wash.;; Mrs. Inez Mj, and,' Mrs. lex' M. Lara- Thirzia Sikes from Jacksonville,
with five tiers of ruffles. Singletary Hicks and Mrs. Willie ; more were toasted by friends Lt. Felton Kemp from AndrewsAir 1125 N.W. 3d Av.In .
White satin pumps and finger UpI McCray, West Palm Beach,, and after their marriage here Christ- Base in Maryland, Lula from
veil completed her outfit. She ,/Mrs Thirzah Kemp Sykes, Jacksonville. maj Day. Columbia U. and Edison' from front of Modern Theatre'
carried: a prayer book covered .. The bride Is the former Miss FAMU.
Mary Wilson, proprietor of Mary's
House of Beauty. Marriage rites -- --

I were administered by the Rev,
Edward T. Graham, pastor of Mt; BRAND NEW DELUXEAPARTMENTS
I Zion Baptist Church, and held on _
the lawn 'of her home on Day
Ave. in Coconut Grove.

ROCEUND Maid of honor was Miss Ma-
Palacei ttieria Harris Charles Williamswas IN LIBERTY CITY
best man.Wedding ; .
Your Biggest ,Doll Value inv Georgia 'Long, Mrs. C. M. Harris ..
William Mitchell, Ann Wilson 6511 NW.12th Ave. '
v Liquors, Package Good and Beverage Mrs. Delores Lewis, Mrs. I
Mary Wilkerson MrsN Verlyn HI 4-3673
The Finest Food at Popular Price Curry, Brice Sutherland. Mrs.
Nell Armstrong Fadell Phillips, Or Contact Stanley Sweating, Miami Tunes 'OfficeAMANDA'S
i Mrs. Billie Parks and Betty Col-
829 JW. 2nd Avenue Phone FR 4.9943 ,
included Mrs. Estell
Brown, Mrs. Alkxs Hill, Alfred
Joseph, Mr and Mrs. Flnley, Mrs.
Doris Dossett, Pinkie Lolne, Mr .
and Mrs. C. Williams. Mr. and RESTAURANT
j YOUR WATCH CLEANED, guaranteed $4.78 Mrs. C. Sounders Mr and Mrs.
I David Singleton Mr. and Mrs.
LUGGAGE FROM ...__.______ $4.76 Lester Bryant, Mrs. Rosa L. Johnson 6314 N.W.. 15th Avenue . (

. WATCHES: New and Rebuilt From ,.__ $8.95 Mrs. Mary P. Watson. Mary
Williamson and Placiel Wells. FOR,THE PEST IN HOME COOKED FOODS
RECORDS All New _____ 45o e..

BIRTHSTONES F ont ...........;................. $s.tS MONROE MUSIC HOUSE 'Breakfast at 6 a.m. Daily-Boiled Fish Every Day

Crystal all Color Everything in Gospel Music Lunch' and Dinner Served

DAVID,JEWELERS Everything for the church. Also
church furniture and 1958 ''com- Now, Operated by Amanda Herself
11S8 .N.W. 3rd'A e. .FR 4-1522 mentaries. 242 NW 8th at. apt.

5, Miami 3 e. Ha.



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Adult Notes SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1958 PAGES\1.\
: ;: >Alpng! Freedom's Road The Live Y'ers of Murrell \

,' ,: Branch YWCA, had. a joyous post
: : By RUTH PERRY Christmas party on' Thursday, \,
j Jan. I 9>> at the horn; of Its president !
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Mrs. Gertrude Williams F
, -- Another .year; has ended, and in .segregation and diS'CrimInaUon.1 Gifts were exchanged and every- LB ITYDSVCIN
another has begun. Weather-'wise, and do not think that all Negroes one pledged to renew her Interest -
the New Year wn ushered in (and for that matter, any other and loyalty to the club. 'TH6ATRC
'With violence; dark and ..cloudy race with ..skins colored oher The Business and Professional 11 ET.iU iiUP iairg
.skies, gale winds and rain. A than white) are ignorant, illiterate Women's Club of.Murrell Branch I
,soothsayer of long ago might have and disease-ridden savages YWOA' : will hold its monthly business I NE 5-3513 NW. 22nd Aye. & 69th St.
told us that the weather was a only, a few yards from the Air! meeting on Tuesday Jan ,"
sign of A/bad year ahead. And to can jungles, then p&ae-pleasel 14 at 8 p.m. at the YWCA, 340 '"
those of' us living now in these keep away from Lake County NW! 13th st. An members and interested FRIDAY SATURDAY I
complex and disturbing days, the Justice.: persons are asked to at- -
violent weather almost seems tend. Final plans for the club's
!.I' prophetic of coming trouble in ,WHITE JUSTICE IN seasonal tea, to be held'at Dixie JAMES FENMORE COOPER'S GREAT ADVENTURE CLASSIC
the months ahead. LAKE COUNTY Park auditorium on Sunday, Jan.
26, will head the agenda. OFIBE J GREATEST ADVENTURER OP AlL17llE" !
If you value freedom, fair play
;I And truly enough, when we and equality, stay away from Miss Enid Curtis,
< pick up our newspapers or listento Sheriff McCall. If.. you are smart Young Adult Director .IRL1YER '
i., the :radio, It seems as though (and courageous enough), enough
. It Is becoming increasingly difficult I pressure could be brought to bear For" the ultimate In' processing .. ,0M c.wwNa M
li rl to I ifind news that is good. upon Gov. Collins to do something
and hair" . .
. styling let '
The reports from abroad are disquieting ': about/ this unsavory situation : Dada snauwcatMA
\i ; the news tram, and in Central Florida. As long EMMIT NALLARD Jr.
",, about Russia is disturbing; our, as 'We remain apathetic about the Put you In stride with the well
national foreign policy and plan- performance of our elected officials groomed man about town
ning seems to be at a low ebb. we will get the kind of
The state of the world Is confused justice we Reserve. If we wantto Experts In facial and| scalp
apprehensive and fearful. we can do something about Treatment. Special' attention will
\\ segregation, bullying and prejudiced be given to texture of hair and
PREJUDICE law-enforcement officers, kin
STILL WITH US pigmentation
blind justice and bigotry. But MOtvta Messeb T TIM
And the old years did not end .we must want to do something, MIAMI'S BEST Ti
with too much good news in the and then start working.All .
fight for freedom being waged by ; llth Street Barber
the NAACP and others Interested signs to the contrary, when t lW
in equal rights, first class citizenship a new year rings in, new hope Shop
and promise for the'tuture comes
and end to dIscrimi-
J nation and segregation: The into my heart also. The old year 241 N.W. 11th St.
White Citizens' Councils are bet- Li gone, and the new one 11 young .. IMNUN
full of challenge and promise for
ter organized than ever; they are -
becomingvery adept In their better things to come.

propaganda war against Integration For Prompt, Efficient .1 v
and are becoming increasingly I THE CHOICE 18 OURS I .. servicePhone .
aggressive all over the _
South. Here in the South we have the PL 4.4909RUDY'S Drcw ._:
opportunity before us to do something
In Georgia, Attorney General wonderful, something big !inhuman TV
Eugene Cook reports that he is relations human coopera- sandRADIO SUNDAY MONDAY; TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY :
sending! I out all mail from his office tion and understanding.' But we
with White Chens' Coun- cannot do big ''things until we REPAIRGuaranteed ,WHERE PASSIONS BLAZE! BEYOND CONTTfOI.1
dls stamps, showing soldiers with think big first. .
bayonets raised''' against White It is not easy, and will not be Service -

children andthe inscription, easy fpr either Negro or Whiteto Pick tip and Deliver JCMKtWllK _
"RemenVber Little Rock". The change habits and customs of ,
New Year does not promise to years, either in a short length. of 9 a.m. to 10t30 p.m.
Anvert Eugene Cook of Georgia time, or over a period of years. IEEI
6801 N. W. 15th Ave. IIIIIA
t But the challenge is before us. _
In South Carolina, reports are
, circulating that Governor Tim- .I Wean remain apathetic,
merman has called"'""Bishop Bon frightened* by racist politclans and -- ik,7' 1 a
ner, AME prelate for South Carolina officials, afraid to speak our
minds or voice the true values we '
and demanded the dismissalof W MWMM,rOgt W1Yfarwws
three :professors of Allen University !- know are right. Or we can stand RITZ wrTrA10oMnaaxTIOll
the denomination's college straight and walk like men and acaueaaricn
in S. C. Bishop Bonner U women, looking up, not down. We THEATRE TECHNICOLOR
can learn to value principle more HVR HMMPKUi ,
reported to have agreed to the
.governor's pressure threats and than expediency, understanding SUN.: MON, TUC8. '. ...-..-
notified the three teachers that and cooperation more than petty, JAN. 12 13 '14 .
they must leave the college or be hide-bound custom, and democracy ,oowunaTB8 '
fired. Of course it goes without more than' discrimination Baby Face Nelson BID TIMI
I saying that the three professors and prejudice.The lOBt i'' NO .
were of liberal minds. Needlessto old year is gone ,one MICKEY
with its mistakes, sorrows and ROpNIV'HIDDEN lLtN Af4tl[!
old did
say, the year not
change South Carolina in its failures. The New Year is here
views on segregation. and offers us. hope, opportunityand ''FEAR"JOHN I I.M
I challenge.I PAYNE TO 61t '
1 And here !in Florida, Sheriff with all my readers a free ;
MoOall of Lake County still goes and happy new year* ahead YQUN6RdBERTVAIKHN
his segregated, prejudiced way. freedom for all to be truly American I

Sheriff .McCall la color-blind and citizens, and the happinessthat .,' ...;.. ,
sees justice only as white wordto comes in the knowledge. that ....,
the if not white has worked to make this BUNCHETHEATRE.
wise: you are one a
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4 SATURDAY,,JANUARY 11, 1058'TKUTOBA FOR' SALE I ::the crowd you Will meet at'headquarters
for tags, 701 NW 25thstreet.
Avon CosmeticsNo JUST BROWS1N'PAUL ,

waIting for an order t R. HENRY Mr. Robert Paul, Young, ori of
A new free gift for each '
+ Mrs. Doreen Young 1949 NW 5th
customer The Bade County School Board place who spent the holidays
Phones FR 9-1693 has acquired all the property on with his mother returned to
5th court (east side) Just northof Morehouse College, Atlanta Ga.,,
and 'FR 3-0578 the Dunbar Elementary School last, weekend '
MlTTAlfTCB BT NOR MtTTAMTTB. IK' FELLII"Tie Some of these families have been
Thor Arc 'Changed .Lad W* .Ar* Changed With Them 353 N.W. 13th St. living in these homes for more Mayor Robert High has charg.ed
Free belivery than 30 years. The property Is to that holdup men taking money
0,.... *t 1111 'If.W'', Third Anus, KI. d, PloHd*-' '. .'....* m ...... be used for additional classroomsand from bolita collectors are giving
.. ...... playground trouble than the
VIsat t SH lif. VT. kith AT ***->Tel* b pL gamblers more
Miami Police Dept.: '

stoma M Re .4 Ola.r Matter, A**.*t /. 1MT. ftt tfa. P..t Oft*, At, Lots For Sale The ,City-Commission on Wed-
HUml, ...,.,. ender III* */ of March I, 1S7 nesday agreed to subscribe $25-
Our Is certainly due
Member .t the Natt".al Newspaper PoblUbon Ai UttaMrrnber A Real Bargain 000 to match: $25,000 to be given
church and school and
.f the 4oUt N... Pre.. by the County for removing theFlorida reporters
150 x 139, $1,650 Railroad station from some of our regular colujrmtets.!
Gardens During the fast seyeral weeks
0. B. RTdiaanrMD BKKTKS Editor I sfAirport Miami's downtown area. The
C. BEET:". A .. ... Build on lot Repair will 'space just wouldn't permit us to
QABTH *Ut* Editor! and Bating M t;r your money be paid to Attorney Include of these col- '\
your honie E. F. P. Brigham when he completes some newsy
We distressing
HCBftCBIPTIOlf 8"T 111', No Money Down the -deal. -If he fails no when they, go to the trouble of
sAlty/ Brigham must havean
owl TEAR It aAIR MOVT/HS ItS THHFB MONTHS n..* Cash, paid for your lots pay gathering their itmes and not see
ace hi his hands. The authorities ,
them in the, current issue.
CREDO OP TUB NKOltO: P1tEiN"--r or home have been trying for a long /
'THB MBOBO 1'8E88--belln. that America *.. bo.t lead the world JE 8.1340 BARON time to remove that old station. We are getting,over the "hump"now
.... eselol Bad tlaal ntntonlimi when It Mecord to ***r? maw regardI and we can promise these
.** *f, e.10 r *r er* 4, hi* hnm... and lea*,'rlghts. tlatlng DO ma., fear, I It's time to th'1nk about gettingyur reporters that their news will be
tec a* var.-tbs Negro p".t.h.1I to help ovary" man la thlll firm belief that JOIN THE NAACP! 1958 automobile tag. The published more frequently in the
.. eves ore hart a* tat as l.aO.. I* held bark.v longer you put it off the bigger future

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Floyd Davis, millionaire and developer of Liberty = I et1 iltlt ,
City died on Jan. 1 and was buried on Jan. 4. He was 62 ; .U
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years I
Mr. Davis was well known, in our community. He sits lt

owned and developed both old and new ,Liberty ,City i' .4 .
Some years ago Mr. Davis built a number of ,small frame 1C'r

houses and sold them, house and lot, for l,050j This ,he ,
said was to give poor people an opportunity of owning a M
home. These houses were all sold. Those who purchasedthis !1t ,
i property certainly acted wisely. Ytfu would be considered tJi ,4
lucky to purchase: a lot, in Liberty City today at : "i

any price. .. n k U.
Mr. Davis also sold the land to the Federal l Govern- ,m And The, KITCHEN ,is the most important room u

ment at a very low price for the tfuilding of,the Housing ''u .. nJt
Project, Liberty Square. ;'
He lived 'long enough to see Liberty City becorne -the u. \ alt.l .

mast popular residential, section for. colored people in .l J t u
Miami. S) .,
Mr. Davis also ,owned considerable property: Mara- alt$ Elt3
thon. ,2 ti h r i
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The Ministers Council comprising the'Interdenominational =M f
Alliance: the Baptist Ministers ,Council and Auxil-
iary held their ,annual''luncheon meeting at Mt. Zion !$i ..

Baptist Ohurch on Tuesday. Preceding the. luncheon 'a' 4C t
ahort service. : was held when the Rev; R. H.; Lee, pastor 9? .l M a1 f ' {.G t I slit
the Mt Olivet Baptist, Church, ;Ft. L Lauderdale,' delivered !ltslt4 F""

a very interpsttngmessage.. CUi
Tha speaker,was introduced by the'Rev. Fr. Theodore P ,.,ltt +
Gibson The Rev. ,P, W. Williams ,is president of the x h,; iz
CounciL n., ..
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Well 'It seems that after all >the county will not purchase ; lt S Y 't

the Miami Stadium. Sorry of that., ,Apart from base- alt'r: ;_,,, tr lt
ball and the Miami Marlins, we Are ,among thosewho believe ; '
purchasing the stadium would be a good thing for : 5 q
Miami even if it did cost the county ah average. of $11,000 !W ; ---L; \ k4
.a year II, .
Much more than that is spent' on projects some of ua j H Y x .

believe>> not as important to the county as owning this j I 4, S lt i
'valuable piece of property and at such a reasonable price' =i Y j
::21[ .
80000. i i lt'lt'
Jose Aleman, owner of the stadium, is now offering i;I:! tj@ ,
it for sale 'to anyone who wants it. '. i J
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URBAN RENEWAL' PROGRAM f }tlt!: You will be amazed t at our..low prices for remodeling g S 'J.

The City planning: to launch an urban' renewal 'J f
; rx
replacing kitchen.
or your present '
program and Mayor High has named a committee to r rJ

draft such a ,program 1t "' -
The idea is to qualify* for funds from the Urban ,Renewal J Jf J-:
Administration.,a division of the FHA. ; i
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The city has in mind the proposed expressway e t f YMENT '

which if or when built, will, go through a portion of the 6lt .
Negro section displacing some 1,600 families. If'the pro3 3: : Up to 5 Years to Pay .
xram i can be satisfactorily worked out:according to Wal1 1 ,
ter Keycs, regional administrator,for the 'Housing 'and x
Home Finance Agency in Atlanta, these families will bey::1. Call our office. and Jet us show you What can be done* I #

0me eligible for'no down payment, 40 year loans from . .
the FHA to buy or build new'homes. No obligation on your par .

Mr. Keyes says that despite a State Supreme Court Irs t
raTIng that blocks full-scale urban renewal in Florida, 1< -.5

feuaincsa can be done with any Florida City that plans the 1 -
program for developing'' slum} areas fpr public purposes. ', :I. :

anatwhat 'recommendations the eightman'comtDl t:1J Kitchen' Interiors P Pit
'- Ice ,appointed by*Mayor Robert High and Commissioner 'I '

G ,:DuBreuil nt'make,will be' looked for with inter- i;

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1f" tJa.e 'expressway! comes through and these peoplebomes ,I a
Ie0e ,1Iteir': it certainly will be a good thing forI tt 1101 LINCOLN/ ROAD '. : Jffferson 4-4747 $4

"r ?ten be able, to be relocated u"'der'the- ,overnment'8With t# .
jf&uet no down" payment_ and 40=year,loans. t Ii nrJ



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Atlanta, Ga, Now it can toe Fred T. Long, Wiley College,,,sports'' reporting, .. : \ j : -
l told. One of America's leading Marshall, Texas, has been named Ray Dumont National Baseball : iBLJND TUFifrl' 1I)
:sports organizations has namedits coach of the year. Mr. Long, who .1L .
1957 selections of the Congress, Is being honored 1\\
top<< has been engaged as head coachor i 1 1S.
the citizen of the in recognition : 3Y O.ftAL |
names in Athleticsthe loo\ more than a quarter of a as : year
Per Cent Wrong Ctrt! : a unit of century is being'' honored for his of his outstanding contributions .............., ...... ,! .

the 1 World announces having taken a small private institution to baseball in basket DEPRESSION ;
hiunoree&& WHAT TO ,DO
and sets date football team out 'of the ball, the Tigers of Tennessee n&I ""I

for 1968 All-Sports Jaml;>oree. cellar and making it one ot the State University, Nashville, will IB these days of unprecedented and take it easy.'** But God was II'
eading teams in the country. be cited for having achieved th prosperity when our living displeased with this aelflsh. Independent t
Coma Fr'Jay'' January 31, the Wiley finished among the top Kansas City title of champions in standards an at the highest, kind of attitude and He
100 percent group will honor teams in 1957 season play. the National Association of Intercollegiate they have ever' been and America said to this man, "Thou fool, this ..
Cleveland Browns' coach Paul Athletics. .Basketball,, I ts the envy of the world, night,thy soul shall. be requiredof
Brown and Browns' rookies Jim Althea Gibson tennis fame and coach J. B. McLendon of A&I many people are worrying about thee!" I.. \
Brown and Milt Plum. Coach the first lady of world tennis, and will receive this .awards .what'they shall jdo when. the depression You see, the only' real security";,,
Brown is comet'?bey fear a real against. mental on material depression ,
scheduled to,receive the Hank Aaron, Mobile, Aiwa con- ,
Atlanta club's The "Pioneer" and. "Two catastrophe will visit bur country Ja> In Oed. Jesus sal*
"Pioneer Award"and tribution to the
the Cleveland world champion Friends" awards honor the memory They believe that there Is your. life Is more; than food &ad<
teammates are Milwaukee Braves. Last year of the late A. F. Herndon, going to be much unemployment your body I Is more than.clothes.I ? ,
listed for
The Two Friends these awards were given to Bounder and first president of the and difficult times for everyone. cannot foretell what the future . : ,
Award. Two years ago these heavyweight champ Floyd Patterson Atlanta Life Insurance Company Already by their thoughts and ,will'be for all of society. f
sports citations went to Branch and Tuskegee's Olympic; hlfh- which is of of actions, they are ready to entera But 1 can tell you what God say*.
Rickey and Jackie Robinson and Jump champion Mildred McDaniel. (one the.sponsors darkened realm of mental deprMslonrto about hill people. He said, "Why y:
the At-
annual event in
"Pee Wee" Reese, Brooklyn baseball Miss Gibson in addition to sports be'lost' in deipair, dO.10U'01rJl"' Did you not notice ,;m
stars.The having been named No' 7 among ianta. The, Cocoa-Cola Company tear and*want, that God ,feeds the little
women tennis players for 1657, also a -sponsor of the sports' celebration Fear of facing the future, In birds, paints the lily, colors the,
Rattlers of Florida A and has been listed as one of the year. 'Iuwort'ths 'awards to want or hardship la"not'a' new grass, and takes ear. of all of his J b''
M University, Tallahassee, are toe ,national Negro intercollegiate thing. The desire to gain material possessions? Then do yon not be- ,
scheduled to receive the W. A. Len Lyles, University of football champions, coach of the wealth and possess' >peaceof > Here that He it.very ranch,concerned .
Scott IT, Memorial I Trophy in Louisville, star back, has been year and others. ,excelling in atb- mind\ is an ere-old pursuit. ,about :you! How much,
> recognition of their having selected as the football player of .etics One day two brothers, who Snore value, are you ,than then I '
won '
the national Negro intercollegiate uie year, while trackman, Elias A. L. Thompson, Atlanta housing were disciples of Christ, entered lilies, ,of the held ,
football championship for 1857. Jilbert, 'Winstoa-Salem State , president of the.100Per Into 'dispute about the correct *H The Word pf Ood gives us the R
division of a certain Inheritance, set fhiuraace policy
Coach A. S. Teachers College N. C. is Cent Wrong Club\ while against "
"Big Jake" Gaither, receiving The quarrel. became so acute mental and material depressionof
FAMU and 1954 100 a specUl award for his : Marion E. Jackson, sports editor
percent that they asked Jesus Christ to anytUag I know, Find for me.
coach of the year, will be in Atlanta international track exploits. A .UafaDaily" World is'club' Coordinator. be the judge for them. lie answered It,you,can,jir thlBg bat, Is not ,
with his coaching staff and second North Carolinian, Dr. The Mow 21. Kendrlx'Organization them so profoundly that 'covered by this verse: "Who :
team captain Charles Ray director of publi' Washington, D. C., awn Is still trying to"fathom Ute shalft;separate us from the love "' ,
James Williams, relations, North Carolina College public relation/ firm, handles the wisdom of his answer. : "A man's of Christ? Shall tribulation, or +'\
quarterback, who -will be honored at Durham, will also be prombUonlfor? the ,annual. snorts ,life consisteth not In, the abundance distress, or,persecution, or famine J,:
guests at the event. honored for his contributions to event. ;, ,of things which he DOSsetseth. ,', , ? No 'In all these things I,
." Then He proceeded' to we are more than conqueror
.' unfold to then a story about a through Him who loved us. ForI '
certain rich man who posseesed am sure that neither death, DOB
AIR SHOW TO i serious offeneses ,The result! 58 1 neb great wealth that be had not life, nor aagels, ner principalities ,
A CAL NDAR OFEditor per cent voted "yes,", 27 per sufficient room to'store It. SO be nor powers, $or things present
cent voted "no," and 15 percent said to himself, "1 know what I ,t BOr things to come,' 80" t, ,
TOP gave no -opinion.! : will do. I will build.greater barns height, oar depth, 'nor anythUg ,
ifecfendljjWDiniftn and there ,will n)store all'' my else In all creation will be able
PILOTSTwo Columnist Robert S. Allen wealth. And 1 will say to my to separate ne from the love 01 '
iii writes that an attempt will be Hut, 'Now I you bare security God In ,Christ Jesus our Lord," I ,

of aviation's most famous from made the. to budgets( prune of$1,813 certain 000,000 government and.' peace of mind. Sit back .(Romans ':35.: 17,31) _, ,1. __t '"...,',

names, Beverly (Bevy) Howard acuvmes in ',orcwr to I .

and W. D. (Billy) Parker, will make up for Increased military .

trform during the International: spending. Heaviest QUa, he con- .
Air Show and Exposition at Master John Fischer of Ilarp- tinues will be in agriculture, veterans If! '"
r's Magazine tells of the policy -
Field, Jan. 2226. The five- administration and defense, ,

Sertoma day program Club is sponsored by the\ certain idopted toward California litterbugs,judges"Whena have stockpiling: in that order. LAST.CHiNCE.' TO ,SEE AND HEAR
of Miami with all
: '
; culprit is hailed into their
proceeds being used to build Uu
Sertoma Home for underprivi-;! :ourts for littering the roadside Publisher Tom: :Anderson of I GUITAR SUM
jvith beer sandwich
cans, wrappers -
ledged children In Dade County._ and similar debris these Farm and Ranch q uipa'The:

r Howard holds six world champions judges do not impose a fine. Instead Russians may beat us to the '
Man With The
The Golden Fingers
for precision acrobatic fly they sentence the guilty moon with a Sputnik. But I'll bet ,,
ing. He won the International motorist to a term ranging we "get there first ,with Foreign
I Lt&ht-plan Acrobatic Champion from a few hours to a, few days PLUS
ship in 1939-40-41 and the International - picking up trash along the .
I Acrobatic Championship highways." The An,, Freeman article by F. A. Harper m LLOYD LAMBERT AND HIS BAND
that federal
I oven to all types of planesin says
1946-47-49. -0- grants to the states 'this year

will amount to about, $80 per FRI. SAT. ,SUN. JAN., 10 .-11 12
Scheduled to appear here with According to the Bureau of family, as against $30 per famIly .
a group of planes and pilots in Mines, our coal strip mines excavate 10 years ago j .
exhibition of' lowflyingaero material in a single year SUNDAY* MATINEE; 5r30'2 a.m.J

batics, Howard will perform in I to create five Panama Canals. a ,
his famous red and while Bucck- I Between Dec. 1 and Christmas BIG PLANS FORPATTERSON .
er Jungmeister. The German the "iron reindeer" of the na-

. made biplane is the ,only one of tion's railroads will transport BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN. 13 \
its' kind in the United States. more than, 250,000,000 gift parcels -
and greeting: cards each day. New York
City (CNS
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Parker, one of the pioneers in '
the field of aviation, will perform -000- 3rlhtest Floyd In 'this sports will be The Royals :
in his famous 1812 model year according -
usher-type airplane. The flimsy, The city of San Francisco 00- to his manager, Gus
a, n-air plane, which Parker crates three' municipal utility D'Amato[ ,, who is sure ,confidentthat
built when he had (scarcely entered services a street railway, an his boy, will walk off with ; PLUS .
his teens, will be part oi airport and a ,bureau of heat, ALL the honors this year Finthe'll :
the Phillips Petroleum Comp- light and power. During the last make a half-million dollars, CHRIS COLOMBO,
any's exhibit during the air fiscal year these orated at a of'this D'Amato is ositlve. To do -
; show. loss of nearly $8 million, which this, he'll ,defend his world's
heavyweight title ..;. AND HIS GREAT BAND
was made up by the taxpayers. I successfullya ,
Parker pioneered in writing few times First in England, ,
aviation history by flying in hun- 'I against John Krikine, British Opening.Adm. -.Restof\ Week 50c
j dreds of aerial exhibitions in pre- champ, and then here in New ,
World War I days. A put president Max Ascoll, editor of The Reporter York probably at the Polo t

.\, of the Early Birds, Parker writes, M . there Is Grounds this summer.
is one of the few active pilpts something ominous and somewhat I To all this, Patterson is reallya
,J eligible for membership in that alarming in the current shy guy, and is busy playing
organization, which limits its conception of war. Instead of being family man In a big way to hU THE
members to those who were piloting as Cliusewitz put it, 'a mere wife and daughter, Seneca. Butbq's
i aircraft prior no December continuationg of policy by other ready to follow-Avherevr ,
J 17, 1916. means,' it V now centered on the Cus leads. He too feels this if bu, LMSI1
means themselves and on their year of triumph. HALLANDALE
The five-day air' show will use. Thus strategy, the science off
present to the '.public static exhibits war, is reduced to weaponry, I r
of all phases, of aircraft while diplomacy is reduced to'' VISIT HARBOUR ISLAND
design, construction and use and something very ,close to (propa
the newest exhibits or outenpace ganda." BAHAMAS I' /

satellites ,aIded missies and Lying -000- And Step at The
phases of the future. There ,
also will be 'demonstrations. of Director Brundage of the Bureau ,

flight by civilian and military air- of the Budget has Instructed For Tasty,. I1 ne-Cooked, Meals- -Eat At
craft, of the newest design, both all executive agencies to pre- .
American and foreign. pare the specific proposals required '
to establish an equitably Buster Kitchen

and uniform government-wide .
BRAND NEW policy on charges and, fees for' I,
Beautiful3Bedroom certain government services and in Baker's Famous Corner ,
property. The purpose is to recover .. : ,
full costs for services which I Buster Collie, Prop ,
provide special benefits to IndU /

., Hardwood Floors viduals or grouts, and to obtain SUNSET INN &, TAVERN SpecializingIn;!quiet Peas and :Rice and"Boiled Fish) '
.. a .fair market for the"use or sale
Garage of federally-owned resources and On the Ocean Rtsscncbf rate! r
\ Open e.."., 2 t. 439( p. .nn property. ,, H m*.cooked meal 6901 N.*. 15th Ave. ( ,'Liberty City ,, ,
2000 N.W. 66th St: --cOo- Wm. T. Mather, Prp. . ,
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',Jamaica a> Tragedy . ',, ',' \ Stop Bus Service in ing.A similar boycott by Negroes

Rock Hill S Cr in Montgomery, Ala., against
; segregation dealt a mortal 'blowto
'j Gasp TrukOrtur s (IROCK HILL S. C.'- (ANP- the company. A bus-boycott of
; Bus riders in this city were Negroes in Tallahassee, Fla., also
stranded last week when the system proved costly to the transportation -
ceased operation because af system in that city.

.14 Kids Burned 'to Death a six-month protest over boycott segregated by Negroesin seat- I I
ng of the, rae....
Paul Knigh., owner of the Star
By Wtlbert E. Hemming for ANP biggest, the rail disaster 6t Kendal stay away from it. In the crowd Transit Company. ordered the SUFF B DDS,
I. KINGSTON, Jamaica A big Sept. 1, with over 200 dead came one man with a cigarette two-bus lines to stop operations. tr rov HAYS. Mt Ski? LC MAO. '
truck loaded with 1,500 gallons the Christmas \ There was no public/ announcee- Tern ECMMA.MMCWORM.OK OTNta nunPR
-topped 1957 lighter: whifch he retailed and KMf BUUTAT0IM. KMVLAM WILL AT*,
of high octane gas for aeroplanes death list on the island. Elsewhere tried it out. Next minute, the ment at the time, and city officials roaD TftANNTOIlY RELICT OT Tim SCALMOANBITCHINO.
at Montego Bay airport, over there said they MIC TOYS DOtO*. MUOOVt
were a number of whole square was enveloped with were surprisedat ..,
turned while swerving' from aChristmas shooting outrages, motor' mishaps a giant blanket of flames which the action.
ncrry pedestrian at and a couple of murders. burnt the man and 14 childrento Negroes constitute a majorityof ;
r Runaway Bay and killed the As the ,heaVy truck came to ashes. I the bus lines' customers. They p t/ful! 'f--
Christmas Day t splrlt in that i rest with w&eels'in the ,air, children Few hours .,after that, another I started the boycott last summ!r :
tourist township with a death and adults,alike rushed with' 10 persons perished. From about I in opposition to segregated seat- ,Aw wwrora...IW..'" Ir:' ..............
toll of over 20,persons, and 60 In- buckets'' and "pans In hand, to 65 in hospital Dr. Lenworth
jured. collect, spilling gas. They crowded : cobs,' medical officer for Garden t
,The accident: next to ,the ;biggest the ill-fated vehicle heedless Parish $t. Ann, predicted 12 .. " ., ,
on the 1957 almanac the ov driver ,. '''Oampb l1ls shouts tc or 15 more deaths. , .. .' "
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Little .Rock Gets Airing 1 '. BY SUMMONS 2 of 3 Bedroom CBS Home ;

-At Afto-Asian Confab '. IPROP MANAGEMENT1' I
'Efficient Dependablel Reliable PAYMENTS CHEAPER THAN RENT

CAIRO, 'EQpi: (ANP-The' 4 New CBS ,,2 and 3-bedroom Free Estimates : Free Plans NO Closing Costs
Little Rock crisis which eruptedover home (,Hardwood floor, tile features. .
school, integration' at Central WHITE YOUTH Close to bus line; paved .

High School last year got I street ,sidewalks, city water. Curf/ss Construction
CHARGED WITH Total 1 price $13,90dt; $2,000 dow.n. CompanyCALL
an airing by delegates attending
$80 per month. Shown by ap

last the week Afro-Asian, conference' here CRIME HA W! :INS ,pointment.Bedroom Dade County pine JE 1-7461

home. Must be seen to appreciate.
I It was mentioned in one of WAS'HELD FOR Located at 3270 NW 51 it, terr.
two proposed' legislations ,criticizing Total price '$8,900; $1,600 first ,
11 the United States duVlng down payment, balance)' like rent -
I LEESBUEG After holding ,
closing sessions of the ,con
Now for Inspection.
ference. Some 400 delegates from I Melvin KawKlns, 18, 'incommunicadp open
40 countries attended the conference II for, five days as a suspect in Restaurant fully ,equipped. Now : AWAITS YOUSEE

aimed at\ obtaining! solidarity a' rape case, Sheriff W1lis'V. Mc- rented' at,$100 per 'month. New THE
i, tries.among Afro-Asian ,.coun I Call of Lake County arrested a CBS 'building. Total price $9,000
10-year-old ,White youth who, allegedly with term, PSYCHIC READER
The resolution touching upon has admitted committingthe INCOME' PROPERTY

the Little Rock situation was introduced 7 crime... All CBS 1'bedroom duplex. ,
I by representatives frojft Full price $15,000; first. down
nephew of '
.Hawkins a
Jordan and French Sudan. They payment $1,700, balance easy.
who has filed suit for
demanded that the United States admission to the University, of Shown by 'PPolntment'only..
be censured in a resolution on ti
Florida's Law School, Wds released -
racial discrimination,' saying, that on Christmas Eve follow- IN
Little Rock was sufficient.. justification. ing intervention by the National All CBS ,3.bedroom, 2 brths,
Association fof Advancement Florida room, built-in garage,
beautifully !and caped.: Full price
resolution of Colored People. Robert Saunders -
However the was "
$19,900; $4,000 down, Terms.FOR .
NAACP field 'secretary for
dropped when Dr. Anup Singh, of_
India spoke against singling out the State Florida received from :THESE: SPECIALS
the United States for criticism) Gov. Leroy Collins assurance that CALL !
llavtikjns would be protected.
In' the closing sessions, the Nevertheless, McCall held t h 4 J. .SUMMONS
conference, held in the spacious youth without making .any for
,Cairo university: auditorium, mal ,charge against him DAY OR NIGHTHI I
passed a flurry of resolutions, !
several of which were critical of Jesse Daniels, the White, youth, 42448 or HI 80173S781
foreign exploitation. It. also endorsed was arrested on Dec. 28 and was GRAND AVENUE Let my year cf Experience guide and through
the: 19 basic principals of formally charged with raping the protect you \ Life
Miami 33, Coconut Grove, Fla.indf a* Lighthouse
a guides the ship In storm
thfe Bandung conference of 1956. 33-yearrold white woman in a ,
Ok-ahumpka a week before
Among those attending the Christmas. WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
,conference, said to be' unofficial. '\ For Success in Business And Love '

in nature were representatives\ .:....
from the new Negro nation of -
Ghana, formerly, the Gold Coast tf fy 1 QQO<() I 0 You can now have your home made happy

.and Nigeria. Delegates from 0 Get and Hold the
these two countries were given; you so long. wanted
front seats at the conference,,' r SALES WANTED 0 Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
0 By the help of God she can help you '
MING' WINS J . ' Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in

.Start, the New Year right with a portion'of professional : troubleIt ,

LEGAL. VICTORY standing offering high income opportunities ,will pay, you to call and tee this Gifted Medium First I

FOR ,BIG 'CORP. and prestige. If you qualify you will become a ) Where thousand com yearly for help and, advice, you too can
,sales representative, of'a multi-million dollar national be touched by this strange mysterious power

\ 'CHICAGO: -' (ANP) '- Atty. investment firm, selling mutual funds . small bud WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPYThe :

Robert W. Ming scol' d' a legal get investment starting at $10 per, month than can same God who delivered Moses.and the children of Israel

victory attention which when has, the attracted 7th, Circuit wide lead to security and retirement., a of old Is still alive today and will open a way for you through

j i Court of Appeals upheld his;contentions the troubled seas of life. Let not him that Is, blind lead you or

-which in an important case in See Jack Golomb,, sales ,manager FIF Investing you stumble with him ,
Ming represented the
Commonwealth Edison Co. It was Association, Inc., \at 305 ,Ainsley Building first thing De you' doubt 'the existence of things because you cannot see
noteworthy that in rendering its them
\ decision the appeals court ,used Monday. FRanklin 7-1541. What do you think of the Invisible
waves and
in considerable the sounds thai make
I part, veryi
Wireless, Telephone, Radio and Television '
I contentions Atty. Ming had pre! I possible
rented in,his arguments.The A seed before It sprouts, lies concealed, secret, silent In the dark
tMJ Mtft >taA]Mt>fti >aJlJtJlJtJtJla AAai7 "'U"M. >A i.iil' earth or womb of Nature. THERE 18 AN
case concerned the $ 2t1A0 ,- "UNSEEN POWER"Therefore ,
,000 annuity trust 'fund V of I acquaint you r- '

the Commonwealth Edison Co., | WORLD F FAMOUS I S self with the one who is an i
which ,
was being sued by: John ,
authority. Whose
.Gcholosser: white to recover 1 I private
J '
under an annuity agreement*,Had ; I consultation will evolve you '
Gchlosser won, the, fund would to,a higher sate' of mind.. v .
have (practically been depleted "
: Ming Is' a member, of the firm' I All Information is'

,*f Moore, Leighton .and, Mine He
formerly taught in ,the law .* ,TOPS :: aR Strictly Confidential -4
jttfaoflJs of the University of '
Chl- _____
, Kano and Howard University Re- 0. ,;THE ':CASTLEROCK SHOW }" Office Hours' : 0 1.111.-8 pjn.
cnt1y he was elected ,national Sunday: 10 ajn. to 1 p.m.Don't .-

.eraA iprcsident! Committee.of the ,American Negro hnvyerifctvc Vet tf' .: THE cI fELBLIY. : SHfW.', <;j i, ,j\:, ", S Write-Call in Person

'been especially .interested .; '* THE"'BC17TERBAI.L'SHOW. '' ; f, S SI
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fin the case because it revealed aJEfeero . DAILY READING $1.00NUP
attorney: representing ,one, LOCAL NEWS. WITH 'ELLIOTT J. PIEZE
h ,*'' of the largest corporations 'in the : \ i 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

country in a cue involving a T" V ""-- A
:d, vsIMe complainant.'j : % ... Ai MADAM' HUNTER
'? / "e : . : ,.800 ON:.. YOUR RADIO 1657 ,
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Pioneer Those Teenage THE MIAMI nMES-'The People Newspaper"

: ;,> ,:; in Fight Gangsters SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1958 ;" PAGE, 7

\ By William Henry Huff' for ANP
For NKRUMAH WEDS ".s .. "
,: Negro don't
Why they try to get along!
Why don't they learn to give and
I take? ,
Why don't they. know that. every ,
--' ---
.r sights Honored word
: : ACCRA, Ghana (ANP) -
Has double
trouble In its wake Wedding' bells rang for Dr.
A- ,Why don't they fill. their lives Kwame Kkrumah, 48-year-old UNITED FUNDWORKERS '
*, NEW YORK CITY (ANP) Rankin of Montana, who defied with love? prime minister of Ghana, when
I An American pioneer In the popular opinion when she opposed Why don't they see how much it In a private ceremony,' he was BACKIN
I advancement of Negro rights has America's entry into World their married Mst week to Fathia FIELD
been named by Senator John War I and World War li; and ,-, To lift thoughts and acts 'Halen Rltzk of Cairo, Egypt
v Kennedy of Massachusetts to his Anne Hutchinson who defied the above' The bride, 'said to be in her United Fund volunteers thru-
,, list of.three "woman of courage power of the Puritan 'elders and Those low and mean and sodden' mid-twenties. and an Arabic out. Dade County get back in action t
." was driven out of Massachusetts ways? student at Cairo university, flewin this week with $994,910'rtill
Prudence'Crandall" J, who In the 4n 1637.. Why should they wreck their from Cairo to her wedding to go to complete their first drive
early 19th century established Prudence Crandall became a tender lives She was accompanied by her for 55 agencies and causes under
T the first school for Negro children celebrated figure in American By doing ugly things and mean? uncle, Adley Sadek. i a single banner in Dade County
,I in New England; Is the education when, in the year 1833, Why do they hang around la Present at the ceremony were John B. Turner campaign
, woman. she decided to a school for dives Dr. Nkrumah's, mother/ Elizabeth chairman said all divisions are
In naming her to his list, Senator Negro girls in Canterbury, Conn. Where those who're wise are Kweku acting chief justice W, expected j.tos make substantial
',' Kennedy stated: "Few Many of the citizens of Canterbury never seen? B. Van Lore and cabinet minis- gains this week and the next and
I. teachers in the history of Amer- were infuriated by this decision ters.J.. the campaign is scheduled to
'. ican education have ever refused and began an immediate D. Geseuza, deputy registrar close on Jan 20.
I more determinedly to bow to the campaign of harassment.Her #IIII" l" rIII" " '. of marriages, performed tale United Cerebral Palsy Association -
Jt'evaUing prejudices of their opponents upraised a law In ceremony. a member of the United
mmunity than Prudence Cran- the state The Nkrumahs will not take a Fund, will hold its annual tele-
legislature making 1 it
f dall." illegal to establish a school for WE PAY CASH honeymoon trip; because the thon on WCKT on Saturday and
The Senator's list of courageous Negroes not residents in the I prime minister is too busy, according Sunday, Jan. 18 and 19. That
to Kofi Baako information promotion will be a part of theUP's
American women, which :s state. Miss CrSndall was arrested FOR YOUR LOTS,
mlnlhter. cleanup drive. Prior to that
published in
an article in the and imprisoned, but after sever-
current issue of McCall'h magazine al lower court decisions. wa, United Fund workers_will attempt -
also includes the names of freed by the state\ ,: Supreme UNion 5-5,017 to contact all those who
to the United
(1) Congresswoman Jeanette Court. have not yet given
: Fund to wind up the campaign
-. UNion 5-2494 successfully.
'\ Turner said thousands of persons -
: who have not been reachedin
s. 3,068,000 Students MRl, FREDERICK s person have mailed their con-
1 tributions' to United Fund heed-
Enrolled in 1,800 5 t quarters If you have not been
." " " " " 1#" " '" reached yet, you can mail your
gift to United Fund, Miami, Fla.

.. Colleges Universities 'I f..q- ,

LOOK! Any day or hour you HARLEM SQUARE
WASHINGTON, D. C. -(ANP) enrollments are expected to Ire welcome. See the Great Ad.
-College enrollments have seta climb to an all-time high of approximately vlter for all cases and problem SWEET SHOP,
I new record this year for the 3,460,000.He KOREAN No matter what, come. Bring
sixth year in a row and 'will pointed out that the 45 your frtende. No mall answered,. A FULL LINE OF' GROCERIES
climb substantially with the percent increase in college enrollments Keep thle address: COLD CUTe COSMETICS
opening of the second semester, since 1951 compares Veterans J. ERNEST
the Office of Education said Sat-I with an increase of only about 2 244 McIntyre St. 208 N.W. 10th St.
urday.A percent during the same periodin West Savannah, Ga.
total of 3,068,000'' students the number of ''persons 18 to USA YOUR GI BILL
enrolled in 1,890 colleges and 21 years old. NOW TO LEARN and
,universities early last fall, an in- Due to an, unprecedented Increase EARN 1 '" "
crease-of 4.1 percent over the in the number of births
2,947,000 who enrolled in the fall during the mid. 1940's the number NEW. CLASSES xxrCOMMUNITY
of 1956, the office reported. of college-age persons in the NOW FORMING
Last fall's (:enrollment was 45 population will start to climb
percent above fall enrollments (in steeply in the early 196Vs, u.. JAN. 6
1991, the year of lowest enroll- Derthick pointed out. In the next U DRUG STORE
ments since World War II, and dccaae, the number of young Enroll now while there. are
25 percent above 1949 the peak peale seeking enrollment in college ,
year for enrollments In the Immediate Is expected to double. clan opening COR. N.W. I5th Ave. & 68th St.
post-war years. Despite the larger proportion ALL CLASSES MEET
\ I of young people going to college
/ U. S. Commissioner of Educa- in recent years, there are still In The Evening PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY FILLED
tion Lawrence G. Derthick said large numbers of able students .
that during the remainder of t tV?, who do not obtain a college education You are entitled to receive Cut. Rate Drug Free Delivery '

school year, college and university!I Dr. Derthick said. full time govern COSMETICS GIFTS HOSIERY FOUNTAIN SERVICE

ment training allowance MONEY ORDERS-LIGHT BILLS'
attending evening
classes. Phone PLaa 8-4703 Phone PLaza 8-4704

Furnished Apartments
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,Marshall Pledges. No' Let up ill =Rights Fight -

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NEW YORK.-. Thurgood Mar- ' '

shall today served police that E IDIiiiiiiE' dr GrtiiiEii 1Ii1IEi.51JG1! m 1iiiiiiiiiIiII15IIGood PAGE, S, SATURDAY. JANUARY, 11, 1958

there will be no letup or compro- ,
mise ,in the legal struggle for: THE MIAMI TIMES-;-"Th Peoples. Newspaper"Methodist

equal justice for full citizenship Morning Judge I
rights for all Negro Americans i ,

during 1958."Although. our limited rff- . News From Miami's Municipal Precinct Court Bishops state.Stand'tin .

sources will most surely and sore- JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON,,, Presiding

ly be strained," Mr. Marshall declared 'By Elliott J.. Pieze, Times Staff Writer Abolishment = --
"the NAACP 'Legal Defense t : ;
and Educational Fund does mlilliiilli! EilD(i !SiiiiJIiIIEEiiJIilt! !! !!=iiiiiiUiU&Qiii1iIlilliiiiiiiiiBH5I"f .

not intend to default in',Its charter ' An excessive total( of 08 cases ed that he was beaten unmercifully of Central JurisdictionBALTIMORE
obligation to supply legal aid
vere listed for trial in Municipal in, the fUht.f .
and assistance to, any and all ourt Monday, morning, Jan. 6. f their defense, both Johnson
Worthy Negro citizens who arc t was another' one of those ,wide and Wilson declared that Saxon Mr. (ANP) -r measures be taken in ,Jur- .
segregated or .discriminated .;en sessions in which the various was simply jealous because the The position of the Negro bishopsof isdiction where churches and
against because of their race or persons involved called a woman was going off 'with tae Methodist Church, on the conferences of the'',two groups .areproximate
color, and who call,on us to take ,spade a' spade, 'and let the chips them rather than'him. Johnson question of the Central (Negro) : to each other, so as to
action on;,,their behat.]' ?all where they may.. added that Saxon'was drung, pro 'Jurisdiction 'of the denomination make possible the development
Mr. Marshall, who Is director- Somewhat 'puzzling ,was the voked the entire thing and struck has been ,made clear In a resolution Of freer relationships and: better

counsel of the, NAACP Legal Defense :-aseS of Paul Wilson of 642 NW the first blow, when he swung at adopted recently by the understanding, to the end that t
and Educational Fund, and nd ,ave. and! Terry Johnson of Johnson but .hit Wilson. Both Jurisdiction's. College of Bishc s. each will bfI, better prepared for
who has personally! argued 14oases & NW 6t7h st., both of whom Wilson and Johnson had three the eventual absorption of the
before the U. S. Supreme vere charged with assault, and witnesses to subhtantiate their Bishop Edgar ,A. Love, head of Central Jurisdiction by other:
Court during the past 17 years the Baltimore Area,. and presUdent Jurisdictions. '
attery with hands and feet :on charges, but Saxon had no witnesses <
' In behalf of Negroes whose con- ohn :IE.: Saxon of 1329 NW: 1st of the College, has made The bishops ,cautioned churcWe -
stitutional rights were violated, .ourt. Both Wilson and Johnsonre : Declaring that Saxon had fail- public ,the statement ,prepared at <' on "too hasty action ih break-
made this statement in summarizing members :'of the popular Fla- ed to prov his case, Judge Johnson the last meeting of, the Methodist, lag away from the Central Jur-
the work of'the Legal De- ningo Quartette, which is now found both ,Johnson and Wil (Council of Bishops. at Gatlin- isdiction, except in cases of
fense Fund in 1957' and outliningthe ppearin nightly at'. a Miami son not guilty of the charge burg, Tenn, churches that are isolated from
objectves for 1&58. He w a, s teach against them The statement says: others In the Jurisdiction."

chief attorney 'for the Negroes"In ',Wilson and Johnson were, reo-; Among other' cases heard and "We are in favor of the even- The bishops feel that the Cen-
the School Segregation Cases esented by, Atty. G. E. '.Graves disposed of were the following. tual abolition of the Central tral Jurisdiction should be main
which resulted In the May '17, .t the trial. Otis McKinnn,, charged with Jurisdiction.; This has been the tained with a "reasonable degree
1954 Supreme Court decision outlawing disorderly conduct by creating a sentiment of the General Conference of strength so long as its .
segregation in, public' education The incident'occurred early on a knife .on Obediah Hunter, fined in the adoption of existence is necessary' and
I and other segregation 'morning. of Jan., 1 in front disturbance,and with assault with amendments dealing "ith the this would, mean until "all
cases. jf the Sir,John Hotel. $15 or' six days on-the disorder, question. These amendments i have churches and conferences in the
Despite numerous ,threats and Saxon told the.court* that John- ly conduct charge, 'dismissed' on the overwhelming approval of jurisdiction: are welcomed into

intimidation against Negroes; ,. thE concerned on and, Wilson over the'were attention, apparently that the knife charge. the Annual Conferences. of; the other jurisdictions! with equalityand
large sums. of : mutual respect i
money appropriated Jurisdiction."We .
has was paying to a young wo ''Willie West,. charged with assault Bishops!
by'southern legislatures for the so-callea present at the meet-
'man in the hotel's lounge\ and and battery with an unknown approve
special attorneys to find ing were; J. W.., B. Bowen, Atlanta -
ways 'open door policy by which the
I hat after' .a, mild exchange of object on Willie Bloom, .
and means of denying( Negroes. conferences of the Central 'Jurisdiction ; 'W, M.; Clair, Jr., St. Louis;
words between him and Johnson, fined $50 or'20 days. '
their constitutional and Willis J. King, secretary of the -
rights in altercation occurred ,between .Catherine Rooker, charged with will be merged into the
the trumped up measures to curb other' five Jurisdictions (geogra- College of Bishops, New Orleans ,
he two. Saxon 'declared that being drunk, fined $10 or. four
the activities of the Legal Defense 'ohnson attacked him first and days. \ phical) when and as both groups ; Edgar A. Love, Baltimore;
Fund's services, there/ was are ready for such action. Alexander P. Shaw, retired, Los
hat he was merely defending Homer Lawyer, charged,
Angeles,, and Prince A.
In the volume Taylor(
no letup of civil ,
himself, when he struck both assault and' battery on 'Isabelle recommend that active Jr. Monrovia
rights 'tlgation In 1957, Mr.
Vilson and Johnson. Saxon add- Lawyer, dismissed.
Marshall said. .
He noted that Legal; .Defense -
Fund attorneys participated Jn \ MARCH OF DIMES Dinner Party
more than 100 court proceedings IXU NMtMhMlMlMMKI. saa lanua. ,, ,. ., UlMlft '
A gofnj-a-way{ was
during the past year..A large majority -''I SI OP AT 'JjRIV '.UNDER given on Dec 31 in, honor party of Mrs.
were actions aimed at im-

plementing outlawed segregation court decisions in public which Barkley's Cut 'Rate WAY Elizabeth, Guests Frazier present at enjoyed 219 NWMihst a delicious -

education, public recreation and dinner with cocktails. The
public transportation. The remainder WHERE QUALITY LIES I' 'Dade County's 1666 March of occasion was sponsored by Mrs.
Ella Walker, Mrs. Martha John-
of the proceedings Dimes campaign, seeking strong
racial segregation or discrimination support ,so that, the' local polio son, Mrs. Susie Larrimore Spcid,
In public housing, |, 1201 N.W3rd Ave. 'FRR'42x76 chapter ,can continue' its 'work, :s Mrs.. Josephine Simmons and

teacher security and' criminal 'now under, way, and ,will eon. daughter, Mrs. Gloria D. Freder
Untie ick. The group departed with expressions -
prosecutions. through Jan 91, Robert
Gifts, Cards, Doll and. Gifts of all Kind Pentland, Jr., campaign manager of having had an enJoyable -
PERSONS said this week. evening. They wished
30,000 Pokens Sett ........ 1X9 2.'8 Dresser Sets' 8.19 to 12.98 Mrs. Frazier much success in her
HAVE SEEN Men's Box Silent Night He said, that the 19(8 dimes studies at Florida Normal College I
HapdHerchlefs .._....... ..98 Cologne Set .... 1.25 S.89 fund-raising: drive does not havea in St. Augustine.
MAYFLOWER II Electrlo Iron .... 3.ta 9.95 Old., SpiceCologne ', fixed'' goal."However. --

Waste Batket ................ 69 and Lanolin ................ 1.00
The more than 30,000 people Winter Is, Approaching Evening, lit Parts in, view of the out VTiA'KV I !'u i"LE .

who have now' visited the Miami Medicine Sets ................ 1.00 8.98 standing work of the chapter '"
Jaycee Mayflower II Exhibition, Scott's Emulsion .98 1.70'' Comb'\ and Bru.h. here, and with the National

all viewed the many historic dis- I Dr. Brown's' .Magnolia eats ................ 1.00 2.4J foundation for Infantile Paralysis I
plays of the, early Colonial Days Remedy................... 1.49 Men, Small Brief marking its 20th year of service I
with great interest. But, on entering Father1' John ..?..... 68 .. 1.35 CA&CC ........:.................*. z.vfEvdnlng I 'knoW that Dade countian, { H THRUUMTILE.
with one accord, they first Yaramlh Tabs ............ 2.98 In Paris will support the Mothers' Marchon .>>QORSTWCOM, I'LKt rV1
hurry to see the tiny vessel. Often King's Men's Sets ......., 2.10 Stick Deodorant, 2 for $1 Polio Jan. 30, under c.i sir W >UM 'A\fl S I'R V K>>
they stand silently for a few\ manshlp of Mrs. Sydney L. Wein- j
moments gasping at the strangest, .raub, and other dimes

most extraordinary' little ship of SHOP AT BARKLEY'S EVERY WEEK 'entland said. dJVUlons'1 ,

the Twentieth Century. With her A. J. "Jaek" Cleary FOR '-tit* Wfe s T WON f
stern towering 26 feet above the I Where Prices Are Right ,
:hapter chairman
also appealed
water, her 40 foot bowsprit unsupported 3rd Avenue I tor
1201 N.W. support, pointing out that
ing, the Mayflower except II rope-lash Is a true [ We DeliverKWKwwiwwKm Call FR 3-9458 or FR '42376JAMES' 43 during post-polio 1M7, the operations chapter:and paid furnished for o

Museum piece. So unique is she, .
IICICtCIC over 4,000 physical thera-
that maritime authorities allow '"IICICIC" .-. ; /.Wfc'.' .tffc :..0tsWfC.
ed the .lecture of a May-t>loomIng stricken in former years patients; and mrflJ W r||>'; :r>,Vr .
Hawthorne flower to identify -
cared, for six : .
completely immo \ >rMti'ivs< fcl SH.SFViiF.K
her in place of the usual let bile patients
; paid for 39,000 Salk 0GLAND
tered name. Upon boarding the polio vaccine shots' given free to
II each becomes OF MIAMI.T'K
'Mayflower person
young who could
not af .
part of the living history ford to pay a doctor. ( BUSINESS i
lesson with everything repro- r
duced as much like the 17th century Cleary said that, "although over .
S & tOc' STORE ,
as possible. 700,000 Salk vaccine shots have -
Docked arWatson Island on teen given here in the put 2"can TROUBLE
MacArthur Causeway, the Mayflower 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR3-9481 ': there 7'are still,, over 100,000

I is surrounded with authentic people in. Dade county eligible Urinary Ailments
Early ,Americana. Inter- I for shots, and it's vital they \ -
iors of rooms depict colonial life I receive them." Pains' in BACK. HIPS,
Indian Lore,.and 17th century',armor -, Mops ..?.......?........?..... 69* sa. Savings Batiks .._..; 1Of."ea.Brooms Ttredneee, LOSS 01'. VIGOR.LEGS

are displayed, as' well as .....4.............' 1.07 ea. Plastic I Drapes ...?_,,'.00 pr. "Our biggest task is the re WEAKNESS
other Pilgrim material habilitation of '100.000, former polio Tf ,you are a victim of
stressing these
the historical theme. Linoleum (Pleces, .... 77* ea. Shelf Paper ._ 2 .for 28* victims! .- still 6n.the active roll yraptoms then,'your trouble may

The Mayflower: U Exhibition is Floor Rugs ....__, 1.49 sa. Hair Greaser ?-.....?/; 10* sa; ,I of the "National,foundation. -.400 be traced _to Glandular Inflam

Chamber sponsored of by.Commerce the Miami is Junior open Towels ......:.._......--. 84* ea. I'. Water. .Glasses. .\_........, toe e.4'.' of through,them March h'ere.Wet."of Dtmes must funds help to :nation Negtect.o<;.of the Prostrate Glandular Chad Inflam-:

from 9 a.m. to 9 pjn. daily, except Wash Cloths _....?... 10* ea. Toothpaste ._....._....... ,18* ea. restore them to ,being self-sup nation often leads to premature 'I

Sundays from 12. noon to 9 j Dish Towels, ....._._... 15* sa Toothbrush _....... 1C1' ext: Cleary porting stated.and useful .citizens,", "tgor ors of, '' function, low vitality, lost
surgery or ma1! aaney. ...
Admission Is 90c for adults; 50c'vfor Dish'.ttags .- r.":oo 10* ... Thread, Needles ..._ 10* ... Why 'SvfTer Delay' and
children: and a spoclal rate I' Qst Worse
of 36c per each child in a. group'( Simplicity Pattern Dress Material, 1_ WAM ...M' Mwfera hTethods flying j

of, ten or> more/The Exhibition( '' OntIf1tQ R.lta
t Zp'pera Needles,,
: Buttons Crochet Thread andMONEY
will'.remain through February 28. ., .. ', "CK't9f.lGIIA. Without' "'urg ry In Most Gate '

N' enom1nat1ona1. Church' ,.,,. _......... .'. .- Hours CONSULTATION. FREE '
Services are held each Sunday at ORDERS 'SOLD EVERY DAY tATv .. ._' M1.M, hwM.ww1...... :ton.; TUBS, Fri, SaL. ,
\19:30 .p...-- -- .... ID .m.: 5SOUTHERN pat.
the' congregation 1m. Following is' the invited service, I Mo.*.Thru, '1'1. S am"7:30.: p.m'Sat; til tSO,p.9v,:", -M--"=- ...N....-w-...1W C'.GIWId Wed... Thufl.
onboard Sunday *til 1t noon ; '.... Nw.aMw ... ....-..
:guests. off the .Miami CLINIC '
gas J I
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A colorful film '
Jayceea.; ,of the XBW LOCATION \
construction and voyage of the .
M.a11loW'U"'from England, Is i ',2847 Coral WaVKesw .-
,, thown..10; I ....:. Our: Classified Columns Get Fast Results
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) Cleaning &' Laundry SNACKS SUPREME FOR ,,'

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'I guess by now everyone 'knows Let's help speed things up a little. 590 N.W. 62nd St. ;'
of my being appointed as the new YPUN1Wirt1J
.manager of the Mary Elizabeth ...JIMMY! REEVES, Cafe Society,
Hotel by Sam Jacobson of says that Cafe', Society $show is a.. Corner 6th Are.
course. To be frank about the gasser '. . and y'all are welcometo
whole thing, seems everybody pay him'a visit . Billy Eck- with IIOLSUM '
knew but me that I would be approached stine is in town And appearing at VPANTSDRY ; Y
by the owners. As I the Fontalnbleau. He plays golf CLEANED AND .I." Y
understand it, I was recommended too, so'maybe we can set a little SERVE HOLSUM PREMIUM : '
by "Big Nick" . so may I taste from him on our golf deal QUALITY Bread for quick ".." '
say, publicly ,to Nick, "Thanks a . Johnny Hodges will stay_in 5 for $1.25 '
million" for- the good words. Miami after Duke Ellington.eaves. '\ lasting energy. Full of vita- ,

While I'm .thanking everyone Johnny will ue here until PANTSLAUNDERED mins, minerals and good '
concerned, I'd like also to say about April. Billy Strayhorn, ,
thanks to the employees who have Jimmy Grissora.also: be here until / taste.ServeHolsum today. 'f
accepted me so Johnny completes his engagementon
3 for 79c
wholeheartedly: i the beach. I'I
There's Mildred I
Hodges, Kirt and i CLUBS AND Organization' are SHIRTSLAUNDERED
Essie (the bar-1 i notified that the Mary Elizabeth w--
tenders) . they Fiesta Room is available for
will remain in dances and shows. You can con- 5 for 89c 41X}
the ,. lounge for .act me there for other information -
good and fa: . Police of the week: Oral
service . Jack Allen . Pretty girl of the week: ..1
Mitchell and Ted Debbie Cole (age 6)) M. C. SAVE ON f \7
Scott, along:witi.Lucille jf the week: Bobby Marshall at CLEANING ANDLAUNDRY _
Ruttierford -IIii..... the 535 Club. And, up to this point ,..
dishing out.he courteous the only thing I can say is i .. tfrnTIik .
service at the front desk. Sammy Live life, every golden minute of 590 N.W. 62nd St.
whom everyone knows will attend it. Peace. v rniuoaaVA61TY1
to the. relief duties at the Corner 6th Ave. y 1
desk and Sally is still the headof '' 1NIMII
... 1
the housekeeping department.Mr. WANTED
Hlggs, a very fine fellow is IIIIII.UL.. aMNIM.Ir
head of the maintenance depart- \ 11111.wnrraa ,
Representative W. C. Kerrell of
ONE BEDROOM unfurnished
ment our competent -
Dade County has been electedchainna.n ,
Mr. Friedman are all house jn Liberty City area. Call I
there to help make the Mar y PL .93113.. Council succeeding of the Rep.Legislative James SERVE "
Elizabeth one of the best hotelsin HolSUm Bread
the South Again, thanks to allshe IMMEDIATELY,' 2 intelligentmen Moody has been of Hillsboro County who IT WITH' ,
and with for ,salesman and collection appointed a
guys gals working Circuit Judge. O HOLSUM UNTIED lAmS
me, and to those who have wish- work. Must know city. Good yay. \
ed me all the luck in the world. Apply 5749 SW 8th st. 9 to 11 ,

a.m. Friday or Monday a.m., ..............'............................. ...,......... .... ......... .... .... .."I"'f. ..,......... ;t;. ..'f '." ".................."............. .............. '
,HOW COME Harry Carney has .. a, ,,::5a.. ..? ,a. ..::.. .. ,, ,a.. .. ,' ..'f.. .. .. ..:i..:;:., ,. ,,? ... .. ., .. .. ,, ...ti""" .
not checked in with the boys EXPERIENCED 'beautician. Apply -
since he's been in town? Harry at or call Williams' Beauty
is one of Duke's, boys from way "hop 4334 NW'27th ave; near Now at the beautiful
back . ." The new show at the, Booker Terrace. Phone NE 4-4798 '
Jim Jam, Club, which opens Friday or NE 43160. , *" I .
night, will star tne man withthe
romantic voice, Gil Fisher ,
oh excuse me Gil elson. Also FOR RENT '
included on this show will be JAM
Kim Siaaka, exotic'dincer; Andre CLEAN furnished room .in nice
Williams and Dino Walter John- Christian home in Liberty City ,
son and his Romping Stompers.The Phone NE 51830.
extra added attraction will
be John and-Marsh the two local TUBES SPACES In all. new MIAMI'S 'NEWEST SUPPER CLUB
kids who made good .. and Miss Beauty Shop. Will arrange to suit (Formerly The Palm Bowling Alley)
Blanche Calloway, baby sister to beauticians. PL '1-9250. Mrs. I
Cab, is 'the official hostess who Jones. '
greets you and your guests at the 1900' N.W. 7th St. Phone PL 9-8651
do6r. You'll find our good friend, 2 BEDROOM HOUSE complete-
Al Miller mixing the Joy Juice. Jy furnished. Aptly 1867 NW .
58th st.' Phone NE 54905.! -
I ,r. .
SOME OP YOU may be won.
ROOM at 14325 N. W. 22nd ave., ,
Burke the
daring about Johnny ,
apt. 5 upstairs. Come in1 to see. I S
former manager Of the Mary
' Elizabeth . He is now super- Beatrice BLANCHE CALLOWAY
visor of service at one of the .
large hotel on the Beach. Also, NICE ROOMS for rent by the
'Week. 141 NW 9th st. Mrs. M.
I'd like to thank Johnny for '"
showing me the duties of manager Montgomery.
at the Mary Elizabeth . ", Proudly Presents
Herb Schull will open another ROOM. Nicely furnished. Reason-
restaurant, Friday, Jan. 10 In the able, convenient to bus, 2423 NW A BRAND NEW SENSATIONAL SHOW : ,
lounge of the Mary Elizabeth. 48th St., or .call NE 43411. .
Herb now owns' the Flamingo in FEATURING '
the Sir John. The restaurant will \ .
be open from 10 pm. to 5 'a.m. FOR SALE :
dally Good luck. Herb. I O ..
and Dino '
PONTIAC '58 Star Chief!, 'Only Andre -
850 miles. Small down payment
IF YOU HAVEN'T been to
for your old car and take overpayment
Baker's Famous Corner on 15th FR 34831. Call after .
Sensational Dance and Singing Team from Detroit ,
ave, then you are in for a surprise. 6 p.m.LOT )
The place looks like a million '
dollars. Drop,in and have a In Washington Park sector I DON STRACHAN '; '

taste. I know Brother:, Farmer (first addition) of Ft. Lauderdale. I and His' Voodoo Dancers ,1.
. '
will be glad to'see you Atty. Lot size 50x100 (Blk. 2, lot 12)). Direct From California ? '
O. E. Graves says that by the '
For Information apply 2441a NW !f
nd of February we should be 14th ten., apt. 4: KIM SIASKA :" '
able to slay 'golf every day. I r.
turned $9.00 over to him, but we THREE Business lots. 175 ft Internationally Famous /1'
lUll need" more. You golfers ... ,, Exotic Dancer' 't.
frontage next to the'' Palms Clubon .J .
please send your donation to Pembroke Road in Hallandale. elL NELSON ''It. Y
Golf, care of the Miami Times. .
Phone NE 57690. ; ..
\ The New Romantic Singing Sensation .
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FOR SALE I ', ... ,. ,

SMS: : :; Music By . .:. ; '
Jf v Unu 2 Bedroom Home I .' I

Full Price .
i' And His Orchestra
$4,500-$500 DOWN ',. {

300e' N.W. 51st Terrace .:,i Show Tlm iS: 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. Tu'*.' Thru Frl. 1 .. .'
Sat. 3 show*-11 p.m. 1 a.m. and I ..m. "
Open Sun. 2 t.G 5, p.m. Sun. '9:30: p.m. and 12:30: a.m We build according to
or Call JE 16971 L
your plans or ours ADMISSION 50c TABLES FREEFine

No down. payment A Real Bargain Foods and Beverages at Popular Prices

'Use your lot81i&KfiBS7 6 IoU, charming home, We cater private parties, wedding parties "

Organizational meetings, dances, etc. ,
) fenced in wall, tennis court,

mmv I(3ro( barbecue pit, beautiful YOUR FAVORITE PACKAGE GOODS M. ,

1009. FinancingNE landscape.. Good for a Jimmie of Jimmie's Market' and Charlie of High Hat Liquors ,

5-6171 church, school, nursing Your Congenial. ... Hosts .

General Building Contractor home or. private estate. ,

1121 NW 290 tu Miami 340. '
Baron1 JE S. '





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the family of the late, ;' In sad but loving memory of

PAGE 10,. SATURDAY, JANUARY. 11,1958CASMEMORLALS I ..._-.., ...._ _.._'.d'.. ,..__,_.._.", we are thankful to the our ,dear husband and father,
t \ \r: ., ' : ., .,Hf:',,R't :'.,.;,,.: pastor, officers: and members of
: ,' ( ; :; 'F A
\ Church for '
Temple Baptist pray-
"IJ ," :, :. '. J.IIII :; ,:;..:", .
--, 'I"'J. ., : \<' ::1.1'1 ', ers and services rendered for our
':!t: : : > dear sister the late, Mrs. MarionA
;; : :;\: .' , ..\j'/: ; ;
: \ /' illness and
It't.: ', ''i, _ r. " Cooper, during
::Y ":" '., ':. .:.' death, and to the many friends
< i .
,. .: ." .. .
.' tl. \ (, and loved ones and all the lodges t 4,
-A :' ;. We are grateful the cards,
: : ,f: .: telegrams, letters and florals. May

IN MEMORIAMIn 'I I ARD OF THANKSThe ,,0;\ ".,v-'" '. '" the spirit of love unit our hearts.
of the late Mr and Mrs. George
family ,
I memory'of our dear beloved MRS SYLVIA MACON ; :" : (Hepburn Sr. t .
sister and foster-daughter. aunt r takes this method of expressingits < ;: .and Family

and grand aunt, sincere thanks and appreciation ,
M to the many friends who I :"
1 h ere so l kind during its recent .\ ,I IN MEMORIAMIn
lours of 'bereavement. .
Thanflre for your cards' ,telegrams : >:; sad but loving memory of

at letters, ,flowers, cars and my dear mother, ,
all other kind ,gestures of sympa-. MRS SUSAN JOHNSONwho

'I died Jan. 7, 1956 in 'Nassau -
thanks, to the neighbors, :: >": B-ahamas, and was laid to
he Rev. Edward T. Graham, rest in Marshall View Cemetery. S
pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, l'i. : I loved you, but God loved you
Jie Pallbearers Lodge, and the IV" "....Jj. best.
brands, Funeral Home for its fine REV. L. H. HOLDERwho Albert Humes, son,
ind very efficient service Again;(
hanks to everyone for every- was the efficient pastor ')f
-hing. the Green Grove Baptist Church CARD OF THANKS licensed
r Mrs, Stella Vearence, Dght. of San d erv1lle, Ga., for 19 years, Miami's only colored life
r bondsman, who departed this
Johnny Browne, departed this life Dec. 4, 1957 In
t n
., great grandson Dublin, Ga., and was laid to rest The family of the late Jan. 7, 1957, wife
t Mrs Grade Dennis,
:Jl.., ?, Leroy Browne, nephew Dec. 7 in Dublin, wish to thank
I. :; >V\ And Family many, friends of Dublin and and Daughter Enid
'" Hardie Dennis son
; 'f for their kind expressionsof
,. ,' ",,. "' IN MEMORIAMIn I sympathy, cards, telegrams and
..t g. ',.;,itt."II' ( j sad but loving memory of AppreciationMOh
(( reavement. It was through your ?-
'(< :?k 1 iar dear father and grandfather 'kindness our burdens were light
: ; ,, the
thanks unto
.. _... "':' -... thanks give
I: }"l.: : :; er. Special to Rev. C.
Lord for He Is good because His
H. Harris and wife of Dublin,
I "
MARION A. COOP ft endureth forever.
the members of the Green Grove
who, through that open gate of Baptist, Church and special I take this opportunity at this
time, departed this life' Jan 21, thanks to the members and time to thank all of my many
1957. Our hearts are so sorrow- friends of many friends, those who helped to make
the Friendship Missionary '
ful, so heavy, so sad. We loved Baptist Church, and to the- *, ?S the holidays pleasant and happyfor
you so much: yet God 'Joves you Deacon Board, and the Hodges me, may I wish each of youa
best and knows best. Beyond the Funeral Home Spartan, Ga. N1' very Prosperous New Year.
river we will meet soon. fj Those who remembered me
She left three brothers; four He leaves to mourn a ?lovely with gifts: Miss Estelle E. Waller,
sisters-in-law, a host of nephews, wife, Mrs. vJulia '''Holder of Dub- ik; Booker T. Washington School,
nieces and friends and other rel- lin, one daughter, Mrs. Jessie I Dunbar Elementary School, and
atives. 1t Wright and son a son-in-law, the Heroines of Jericho, Mrs.
(Mr. and Mrs. Geo. >1 -t h I Dan Wright of Humstin, N. Y., a Johnnie Mae Hill, the, Joint usher
E. Hepburn, Sr. ... foster daughter, Mrs. Mary F. board of Greater Bethel AME
I r'
and Family White of Miami, a host of nieces Church, the Golden Age Club,
.V and nephews and sorrowing also the Salvation Army.
.VZ friends. I \ Many thanks to all of for
r I };u..c.'t fi J you
IN MEMORIAMIn Sleep on and take your rest, your gifts, cards and donations.
we love you but God loves, you JAMES THOMPSON ', May the Lord bless each and
memory of the late, p N rrr wishes to express sincere thanks everyone of you.Sincerey .
best.The I
GERTRUDE VIRGINIA! DAVIS FamilyMessage and appreciation for the many ) ,
who departed this life Jan. 9, cards, telegrams, flower and Mrs. Ella Harris,
19q?. of ThanksThe other expressions of sympathy 515>N.W. 11th, Terrace
And while to one engulfing grave LiI received during its recent be-
By Time's swift tide we're driven family of the late. reavement. Special thanks to IN MEMORIAMIn

How sweet the thought that every JOHN E LARRIMORE &N;",kinp! ,WN' !'l'fI1,3:: Rev I. C. Mickins, pastor of Mt
wave who departed this life Jan. 8, Olivette Baptist Church; Mr. memory of my dear mother.
There we shall meet, when life 1957. Tully F. Dunlap and Mrs. Flaviade REBECCA FERGUSON ?
is o'er "For us who knew you, dread of ,' Camp Oalk and personnel of who departed this life Jan. 12. .
In that blest Home, to part no age !is past, ; Riverside Bank; Mrs. Pratt and. 1& 4. May she rest In peaee.
more. You took life, tiptoe to the very the M. S. Allen Funeral Home for Mrs. Gwendolyn Sapp, Debt,
John Davis, son last, its courteous service. Harley( Ferguson,
Jane D. Lewis, daughter It never lost t Jor you Its lovely! \ Thanks, grand daughterand
I II'I look, The Family grand children ,
You kept your interest in its a
IN MEMORIAM thrilling book,
To you, death came, no conqueror .
loving of
memory our mother in the end-

and grandmother, You merely smiled to greet another -i ,
SMITII friend!" Williams'Ambulunce
who departed this ,life on Jan. 10, The Family A
1957. Gone, but not 'forgotten. '
There's an oven: gate at 'thoi end '. y 4
IN MEMORIAMIn t l+ /r tidA i '%, .
of I the road. 1

Through which each must go I memory of our dear husband -
alone; I father and brother, As j : 4 ,.
And there la the light we cannot I .... .
. ,.. .
': ;' >j< '"'''' I" ,'"".';;;>"," j".' :,''t
see, ,\ ; 'n
Our \ )
Father claims His
: own. :
!(Louis C. Smith, son <:: 1 '

Douglas Conrad Smith E. .Smith, son, son ,'., .-..t ", ........... -''''. ...._,,.._-- FRanklin 3-5900,

Mrs Nora Thomas, daughterand \;,\ I BERTHA MAE HIGGS I
grandchildren t who departed this life on! Jan. 9,
Key West l.'' t 'las laid to rest on Jan. 17, / '
'.4+';, 1D57 at Lincoln Memorial Park .
; '
: take this method of expressing
IN MEMORIAMIn thanks and appreciation to those '

sad but loving memory of who helped us"in'our hour of be- B. Simon Funeral Howe
my dear hsband, rcavement. Many thanks to those .
who donated cars, !florals letters, (latabl.Nyd 128)
cards, telegrams and donations.
Thinks to..Bishop E. L. Petersen Dignified, Personal Courteous Service
of St. Peters American Catholic -
: Chcrch for his inspiring ser-
I ,t mon. Thanks also to the Francis Funerals. Within Range of Each Budget
Funeral Home for their courteous "

and efficient service.
qi r .Ar'
There i. a home not nude br

: ai Beyond hands ith, golden door awaits ,315 N.W. 16th Street Ph. FR 3'1440

i ". the one who's now away .

f WILLIAM BROWNvho Not lost, just gone before ,
passed away* J+sn. 5, 1967. And in that homo! not nude by t ,

May he rest in peace and may hands ..
!jht perpetual shine on him. The Master will prepare a place
Thee Family for you-and when He'calls I
You'll 'meet the loved one there. "A Dvinj Service tor the tnfna'
Mrs. Frances L. Hlggs.
:ARD OP THANKS mother Funeral
(Mrs. Inec I* H.. Cooper, Sis Range Home

MrV Vera Mafczey widow of I .

MR. LEROY MASSEY aid but loving memory of
;,f 1470 NW 6th ave.. who departed 'our husband father and grandfather f f PHONES. PL 4-7468 PL 1-1331
this life Dec. 13, 1937, f
WILLIAM ISAAC KNOWLES wishes to thank her neighbors, GEORGE L. SAUNDERS SR. '
who departed this life Jan. 10, I friends and St. John Baptist who departed this life .Jan. 11, | Oscar Ban**; Licensed Bsrtslmer *u ral Director
1953. Church for their cards, flowers Ittl. *
Gone but cot forgotten. May cars and other kind gestures'of Earth has no sorrow that hen- ; S727 W.W. ITHi Mesons Miami, Plwida
,he rest in peace. sympathy. Your kindnesses will en cannot heal. t

., **,if\, .\.>"The Family never be forgotten. TheFamily 'it>' I J ,

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Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor I JANUARY II, 1958 PAGE 11
A. L. Johnson, reporter ,

.We are worshipping unity \ '
with the Shiloh Baptist Church, MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CARD OF THANKSThe
Rev. A M. Griffin, pastor. Everyone '
airit. Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
seems in great Sunday
family of the late William
School was timely. The subject: if Oretha Holder, reporter J Faxmin wishes to express their

the lesson was," "The Church'sOne Sunday was another day of gratitude for services rendered
Foundation. to Saviour beginningat i their bereavement.
praise our during :
The 11 a.m. devotion was spi- the usual hour the Sunday Especially: do we thank the CQl-
ritual. How Shiloh's choir No. 1 School which was of large atten- legians' Club 'Who served as honorary -
and junior ushers served! Rev. dance. A splendid review was and active pallbearers, the
Griffin brought the message from given by the pastor.At fit. John Baptist Church, the
St. John 1:3: "Law and Grace." the usual hour devotional Richardson Mortuary, neighbors

At 5:30: p.m. the BTU was called service was conducted. It was inspiring and !fiends.'CARD .
.to order by Deacon Ross. I with its soul stirring
ll( ii t..I. Group discussion was, "Dynamic prayers and Zion songs. The pas- '
Livng'! for Christ." tor came before us with a won- OF THANKS
The 7 pan devotion was led by derfnl and most powerful mes- L nay. Usher board No. sage, "Grace." We, the family of the late

- ....-.'--......" '1 and choir- No. 1 served. Pastor At 5:30 BTU was held and tes- MRS. MARY GARTER
'1 Foster brought the message taken timonial service was conducted.At mother of Mrs. Gertrude Perkins,
7:30: an insp'irinJt'dev.oUonal wish to thank all the many
Exodus 12:42-43. The
: spirit
TRIUMPH CHURCHElder MT, SINAI BAPTIST was high as he preached out (oJ service was 'conducted. Rev. Davis friends' and members of St. John

D. Williams, pastor Rev. S. A. Thomas pastor" ,his soul. Five were added to the of Virginia delivered thenight's Baptist Church, and the neighbors -
Mrs. E. Cooper, reporter D.. B_ reporter membership. We are happy to message, "I' Want to of 48th st. for the many
Rest." Two was taken in under cards, telegrams flowers.
have you join us. ... and <<:
"The Church's One Founda- The Christmas season has come Christian experience After ser- W shall never forget your loy-
tion" was the subject: of our lesson and gone. Seemingly we all enjoyed I alty and comfort to us during. ..
Sunday past. Not only wAs the yule period. Now that ST. MARY'S'M.. W. minisered. ire illness and deaths
this lesson appropriate for the we are back to our regular rou- The members were glad to have Special thanks to Range Fun- -
occasion (the first Sunday in the I tine of work for the New Year, Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporterRev jack with them Bro. Bailey who eral Home
year) 1 but: it was sweetly discussed we should try and let each day E. A. Culmer, pastor had been ill We ask your prayers that God
by everyone in the School of count for something special., That Sunday School !began at the Visitors are always welcome'' will ever keep \>s and strengthen
Wisdom. Our memory verse says, apparently is our slogan. usual hour with Mrs. E A. Cul- our church, so don't hesitate to us through the work of the ,
"lie is the head of the 1 body: the Beginning in the Sunday\ mer presiding The lesson was come. Master. Again The We thank you
church." Thus Christ's body, the School the attendance, interest reviewed by the pastor. Next
church is that group of persons and activities good, even thoughthe Sunday being Banner Day, the "Upon This RockI
who have surrendered to him and weather was not the, clearest.To class raising the most money will BAHA'I ASSEMBLY
in whom his spirit dwells. Paul be given a prize by'the pastor. Will Build'
declared that if any person did all concern, and it Is our Services began at 11 a.m. with
not have the spirit of Christ he I problem, that ''the BTU and the the pastor in' charge. Being the My Church"I Carroll Wilson of West Miami
was none of his. evening services are poorly attended first Sunday he lectured for 15 have fold out my business' will, discuss" "Symbolism in Religion -
most of the time howeverI minutes and the testimonial ser- Reuben's Market, 1460 NW 3rd ; Sunday, Jan. 12, 7:45: p.m.
The church is that body of the do hope we will do 1 better: about vice followed. Truly, St. Mary's ave., due to God's calling me to at the Baha'l Center, 137 NW""
people in whose presence' arid upholding our church polity was on hallowed fire, and the the ministry' and I thank God 11th ave. All races end faiths are
hearts Christ lives, and works The Master must depend on spirit was high. Both choirs rendered that He has counted me as one cordially invited to attend (
The YPE was exceptional, %ivinz us to carry Ills message to the music with Mrs. U. Hlggs worthy to preach His gospel
by Faith" was the topic that world. at the organ. and No. 1 ushers Now to all of my former customers .,
was so beautifully ,,spoken on by served. We want to thank Rev; : It has been a pleasurefor
the youth. We were very proudto Evans and other visitors, You are me to serve you during the past "Ff .dom to Cooperate"
have so many visiting friendsout HEW BETHEL BAPTIST always we come. 16 years of my business career. I Sermon by
with us to (hplp us enjoy the The 7 pm. service was in have made many friends during R.v. Glenn O. Canf|.,ld
Rev. W, K. Smith DastorMl'I. .................... 11:00
goodness of God. Many were charge of the pastor who preached this time, and I am hoping. ,to be Sunday Service
spiritually i inspired in our devo- Irma. Sk/ies, reporterA : from Exodus 33:24: "The New successful in winning souls, unto Church School .............._....... 10:80:
tional service, where several glo- new year is born, and it Year's Promise With God., Music: God as I was in the business FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
rious testimonies were told by found the Holy Spirit thriving was rendered by No. 1 and No. 2 field Dixie Hwy. (U.S. 1)), 6.W. 29 Rtf.I .
Sir Johnson and others. A brief, very strongly from the pulpit to choirs with Mrs G. McFord at Now, God has blessed me witha
sermon was preached by our pas- the door. The pastor started the the organ. Both usher boards Mission' located at 615 NW 2nd
tor from the 23rd Psalms. New Year off preaching with served. \ ave. It will be dedicated unto
power. His sermon Sunday morn- God on January 17, so don't miss I tion written on the sides of his
Today's thought: "Let not your Ing was taken from St. ,John 15:7, it. Como out and let us have a : car: "Upon Thla Rock I Will Build
heart be troubled; ye 1 believe: in "Good Connections With Jesus. EBENEZER Mh/HODISl' wonderful time unto ,the Lord. my Church." Come out and hear
God, believe also in me."In my Sunday evening his text was My subject, "How to Help Your me. thank you. YQur friend and
Father's house are many man- from St. John 7:45: "There Never Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor self. The time, 8:30: p.m. Come minister,
sions; If it were not so,' I would Was a Man Speak Like This Ernestine Hambrick, reporter and hear a businessman whom Reuben Keener
have told you." Man." The lyrv. C. Hargrett was God has called to preach tic
Keep us, 0, Lord from pet u-
guest minister all da,. One Join- Gospel. -
ness. Let us be large in thought.jet .
ed the church Watch Night and You may not know me but I JOIN THE 'NAACP!
ST. JAMES A.M.E. two on the first Sunday. us be done with fault findIngs am the man who has the Inscrip-
and leave off self seeking.
Mrs.. C. W. Brooks reporterDr. Baptism is scheduled for Sun- May we put away all 'pretense
A. Joseph Reddlck,.pastor day night, Jan.12. The Woman's( and meet each other face to face ..
The membership of St. James Day program is now in progress without self pity and without
thrills with pride over the return with Mrs. Clarttha Cook servingas prejudice. .
'of our pastor and his family chairman and Mrs. Wilene May we never be hasty in. MORTGAGES- 'and 2nd
from the annual conference which Robinson as co-chairman. They Judgement and always ,generous
was held in Ft., Pderce, under the have planned a program for 48 : Let us take time for all things;
leadership of the illustrious Sen- group captains and looking for- I make us be calm serence, LOW RATES, NO INSPECTION FEE
ior Bishop of the AME Church ward to a great success when it gentle. Teach us to ;put into action -
and presently presiding Bishop of terminates the fourth Sunday in I ,our better impulses, straight
the 11th Eplscoal District, the April. forward and unafraid. Call day or night-FR 3-2869
Rt. Rev. S:1. Greene: Grant that we may realize, it
I I is tie little things that create dif'. 1307 CONGRESS BUILDING
_Lost Sunday Dr. Reddlok, waxed TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. ferences that in the big. thingsof .

eloquent as he preached with L. A. Thompson, pastor life we are at one. And may REIN MORTGAGE CO.
t great power: and .demonstration./ we strive to touch and, to know I
During this service choir No., 2 The 1957 reports from the va- the great, common human heart Fl
adorned in beautiful 1 new robes, Jous auxiliaries are very encouraging of us all, and 0, Lord God, 'lest''
were in charge of the music. Ac- and show that a goodly we forget not to be kind.
cepted into full membership were percentage of the membership Services Sunday were highly
Bros. Johnny Pearsall and Gee has been loyal to the cause. There 'spiritually as Rev Hall brought '
Powell was a substantial'numerical Increase us two stirring messages, "The
and pie finances kept pace. I I Abiding Companionship" and "To STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY
The first church conference was The pastor wishes to thank the do Justly Love Mercy and Walk
held on Monday night, Jan. 6. The loyal officers and members for Humbly With Thy God."
following were appointed stewi their very splendid cooperation. We're very happy fo have 'Central! Life Insurance, Co.
erds: I* B. Wright V. chairman; Congratulations and thanks to join our Christian family, EdwardC. '.>
W. W. Plummer, E. Wallace, C. Charles McCloud for the presen- Ray.
Linder, R. V.. White, ,secretary; tation of the electric lamps for We acknowledge the presence Your Friendly" Company
M. Gilbert, Grant Lee, T. A. the pulpit, and piano-Christmas of all visitors, and Invite you to "
Maciey, C. Jackson, Ceo Pear gifts. worship with us often. *
son, T. Holloway, L. Poitler, E. H. Friday( tonight) the Missionary .
Howard, Dallas Stroud, J. P. Society, Mrs. A. Burroughs, ST. PAUL A. M. E. Offering?
Newton, treasurer; T. Sanders, O. president, will sponsor' its An-
L Ranje, JoTin Hall B. T. nual New Year's Dinner on the Eleanore L. Dixon, reporterRev 20 Year Payment Life and Educational Endowment

Home and Joe Bellamy, chair- church grounds. Sneed, pastor 'Endowment ai Age 65 at Age 18 ,
man of Steward Board No. 2. Sunday services, will be as .
usual Choir No. 2, Mrs M. Hep The Sunday) School was opened Paid-up Life & 20 Year Endowment ,
Trustees were elected as fol- burn, president and C. Ambrose, at he usual time with Mrs. L.: Endowment at Age 65 15 Year Endowment
lows: P. E. Hepburn. V. chair- director, will celebrate its 4th anniversary Baker presiding. Rev. R. J. Blaineour
man; Willie Scott, J. Harris, J. H. at 3 pjn. The committeeis former pastor, here at St. Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life
Dean, secretary; Sis. C. Porter, preparing an interesting pro- Paul, has been transferred and Mortgage Redemption 15 Payment Life .
Sis. C. Georgette Campbell. Sis. gram for the occasion. The public promoted to presiding elder of Health HotpUalization 20 Payment Life
M. O. Reid. Bro. E. Barr. Leroy is Invited. the North Ocala: district The ,
Broom J. p. Newton, R. W. Williams Rev Sneed from Bethel AME ,
W. Nicholson. S. N. James, Church In St. Petersburg is our Home Office

Robert Simpklns P. A, Seymore, TRINITY WESLEYANRev. pastor now. 1416 Boulevard Fla.
Don Smith Leonard Bryant and On last Sunday Rev. Sneed North Tampa,
Willis Washington. George E. Johnson pastor preached a very .inspirationalsermon. f ..
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter: Branch Offices
Dr Reddick will deliver the Sunday School .....,rf-r,......,,, 9 a.m. Love1 feast was held Tuesday
sermons during both morning and Morning worship .................11:00 night, New Year's Eve insteadof BRADINTON OCALA
Young People's Matting 5 pjn usual DAYTONA BEACH ORLANDO
eyening worship service. Friday night as Watch
meeting was also held. FT. LAUDERDALE PANAMA CITY
Sunday, Feb. 23, at which time
fell members are requested to donate OS99 N.W. 14th Ave. NEW. ,BETHEL BAPTIST ST. PEflRWURQ
$25 toward the complete Rev. James Culmer, pastor LAKELAND. TALLAHASSEE
liquidation of our present ln- Eddie Edwards, clerk 1571 NW. CTth Terr. WEST PALM BEACH

debtness. Sunday School .r.,.,.,.., 939 amMorning Rev. G. Jones pastor
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. THE TIME TO INSURE IS NOWI
You are at an times Invited to worship ........:.,, 11:00 Morning worship ................ 11:00: -

be present'af the Friendly'church. Weatmfarisrter Fellowship'.*,! jua. Evening worship ..,-.....<...._ 7:30. ", .


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THE .MIAMI, TIMES-The People Newspaper", ', Announcement; '' I ,.. I New Lovely Homes 'Y: I' ., '

PAGE 12 SATURDAY r. JANUARY 11, 1358 Mr and Mrs. Cyril Poltier of I J. B.' SMITH r 'JE 8-1340 -. BARON, -
1344 NW p8th terrace announcethe \ Open from 3-5 p.m.w: : ,
I marriage of their daughter, EJLECTRICSERVICE 2 Bedrooms, Florida Room ;: .
Roselind to Emory Htadley. The '
2338 NW 55th Terr.
,. 'newjy 'weds are residing at 616 ,
I 4901 N.W. 43rd Terr.
NW 15th St.
K. West SouthernSoTcityBy Electrical Contractor Garage and hardwood floor

ey AtTENTION I HOUSEWIRING Built on your lot "
mine .
Auxiliary .or
The American
FRANCES E DALMER ------ of the John Griffin Post No. "Don't cuss Call us" BARON JE 8-1340
.. .....
6J J-. J a. oJ I 165 will hold its second anniver- PHONE ,NE 5-3058 .
The 'birthday and Christmas To the Lutheran Academy in sary program Sunday Jan. 12 at ,
party was held on Dec 30'at the North Carolina: Dorothy Dean. Ebenezer Methodist Church, NW Night or Day Drive '
'WW Hall. The following ;embers honoring their birthday were Roberts.
Mrs. Irene Hannibal and Mrs.., CARD OF THANK y
Kathrine Knowles.. Audrey Sawyer and sister Bettye
The members also exchanged Jean, grand daughters of Mrs. The bereaved family'of the ,
Christmas gifts, after which a Rowena Pinder spent the holidays late, '
repast was served to all present: in West Palm Beach visit- MISS NAOMI CLARK SEABOARD MEDICAL CENTER ,
Each member' received beautiful Ing their parents Mr. and Mrs. who ((passed, away on Dec.. 25,
gifts. Erskene' Sawyer Visiting here 1957, expresses thanks our .
from Miami ,were Pamela,Pinder many friends for their kindness 2186 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone FR 3-2691
SOUL STIRRERS HERE and brothers Archie and Terrence during our bereavement., Special /" "

The Soul Stirrers will be at grandchildren of Mrs. Pin-. pastor thanks 'of to Ebenezer'Rev. Aaron M.D.Church Hall, A HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. \
Douglas HJgh School gym Sun- der. The Pinders were also guestsof
Jan. 12 at 8:30. Donation is and the Frances Funeral Home. ,
great grand parents, DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY '.
May God bless each and
$1.25. Tickets are on sale. -This and Mrs Benjamin. Butler. : everyoneof
affair, is sponsored by' Union you.'
LoAje J o. 47,.JT,.,and A. M._ Te Mrs. Inez Adderley and family 1 The Clark Family
public is invited to attend.Army of, Miami the holidays with ___ _ _
x yy y r Y Y w r Y WW YYrY YYYWW
her parents, Mr., and Mrs. BenJamin & ....X.. .I..I ....V..rZy.z..r..I..r..r.J. z..x..y ...y .z'": .. .ii5 I r..y..T..r
Pvt. ,Wtyliam A. Carey, 7
son 'c* the late Mrs. Isabelle ;< Fair
Carey and George Carey, 306 Mrs. Benjamin' Dobbins returned ,Realty is ,Easy to Buy FromVISIT I
,Julia St., is a member of the 50th to the city last' week after 1-
Quartermaster' Co., which presented spending the holidays in Madison NO
food, clothing and toys to Ga. visiting relatives and I M OR CALL TODAY' . PL 7-1645 r'

children at the St. Jo ;'hus Or- friends. \ 11, _'."1_ !""' _1fIi _. ....",..., ..__x ..11. -
phange in Klein Zimmern, Ger- I x> t sP$ H,
many during the ,holiday season.
Carey, a supply handler, arrived "Bury Me Later"
in Europe last November
,from Fort Lee, Va. He entered
the Army in June, 1957 and completed Successful I'
basic training at Fort
Gordon Ga: The 19-year-old sol :Jhe; comedy drama, "Bury 'Me
dier was graduated from Douglas eater," presented: by ,the St: Ce-
High School in 1957 Mlia Choir Guild of St. Agnes Yr
"hurch at the Parish Hall on .
Among the students who spent Tonday evening Dec. 30, was one
the holiday season 'W,... ..t the holiday attractions. apclatlve -
parents and friends returned to -.. audience was on hand
their respective colleges over the and everyone was loud in his
weekend. To Florida A&M: John praise' of the entertainment and
Saunders Rufus' Rose Marie Mc- the'participants.
Ghee, Seniors, Alfred Evans Jr., Special commendation is due
and Dorothy McGhee, freshmen< Mrs., Bloneva Monroe who wrote,
Juanita Mingo, Victor Shavers, directed and took a leading partin 'er.j .
vn rq
Paula Dean and William Edwards the play. She displayed a high
sophomores. sense of humor and balance in
To FIk University: Raymond her creation and all the actors t
Albert Pla. did well their part. M
To St .Augustine: Albert Cash. Mrs Lenora Smith .was soloist
To Bethune Cookman: Willis and Charles Weir was ,pianist :for
:, '
Knowles. '
the occasion. ,
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