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Title: Miami Times
Uniform Title: Miami Times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: May 17, 1958
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00598
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l ;' Maid Gets Life In 'Employer's' Murder '

:. . :Mrs. Clyde :Mae Dixon, 23- man at the home where she did band Thomas' Sheppard- fainted tate- man Gilbert Gunson. But sitting at the court fall began
Ii r year-old maid who shot to death days work to get money to buy and fell to the courtroom floor Assistant State Attorney>Jcyln screaming. '
her White North Miami employer Christmas presents for her child touching off a series of emotional Block told the court Mrs. DSwi I "She didn't do it!"j she cried.
"';\'' last Christmas: Eve, was sentenced ren. scenes. is an expectant mother and could "She didn't kill that man. !">Then'
:! to life imprisonment not be sentenced to death. e fainted
I Aj Circuit Judge Marshall C. Mrs. Dixon had pleaded guiltyto while Mrs. Dixon was be-
The young' mother told policeat Wisehemrt pronounced sentence first degree murder in the After Sheppard coils.;:>in 3tuxned to the Jail cell she
the time that she killed the Mrs. Dixon's common-law bus- slaying of North Miami real es- Dlxon's mother Lola sQ ed on the elevator.
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": President Eisenhower Urges .


. Education and Patience in Civil Rights Fight

(President Dwight D Eisenhower and right, we must have patience:
Monday urged some 400 and forbearance."We .
Virgil Hawkins Kept Out . newspaper pt lashes end lead- must, depend on more
en from all walks at life Mto have profound education than we do
I r patience and forbearance" in the simply on the letter of the law.
Board Adopts' New Gimmick fight for civil rights., "U do'' not decry laws, but laws
!In a brief but historic speechbefore themselves ,will never solve prob-
the delegates assembled lems that have their roots in the

Tallahassee The.State Boardof for a luncheon meeting of the human hearts and human .emo
two-day Summit conference called tions.
with Control Thursday gimmick In came its attempt up- School Told to by the National Newspaper lie indicated that the solutionto
a new Virginia
to block Vlrsil Hawins' Publishers Association at the the problem (civjl rights) will
Presidential Arms, the President be more evolution than revolution -
nine year fight to ,admission declared and he urged that in deal-
:to the University of Florida law in :
Integrate September
school; "Every American must have ing with the problem that wa
respect for the law He must speak to each other "only a&
!; The Board adopted a regulation Harrisburg Va. Federal I I retained by the state and JohnS. know that he is an equal before Americans without any adjectivesor
that no Judge \John Paul Monday set Battle representing the Char- the law. descriptions."
providing person
'could be admitted to the lily next September as the date when lottesville School Board. 'We' must have respect for the
-white law school unless he had the City of Charlottesville must Asked if another delay wouldbe court. He must have respect for NEGRO LEADERSHIT
scored at least 250 on the law desegregate its public schools. granted Judge Paul said: others, and we must make cer-
school admission test, regardlessof The Judge set the date following ".1 don't contemplate grantingany tain that In every circumstancehe PATIENCE. ,
a hearing in his chambers more delays, but I don't must have respect for him
when he had taken the test PLEA,
attended by Oliver W. Hill of know what future action there self."
,Assistant Attorney General Richmond and Spottswood Robinson will be." Continuing, Mr. Eisenhower Elsenhower's suggestions that
\ 'Ralph Odum who has been i iIII of Norfolk, attorneysfor At a similar hearing in Nor- emphasized "I do believe so longas Integration leaders! have "pati
handling the board's legal fight 'the NAACP; Atty. Gen. Al- folk, NAACP attorneys asked there are human rights and ence and forbearance" in seeking -
to prevent Hawkins' admission at bertls Harrison Henry Wickham, Federal Judge Walter E. >Hoff-? because they are buried in the equal rights drew sharp reaction -
this time said the 60-year-old human heart rather than merely from Negro leaders attending -'
;.Daytona Beach appUcajiiscored, solved by his own sense of logic the summit: .Jtaeetin*.. .
::' -. s wrbtri: look:>#5ei sadmi+t I Roy: Wilkins, executive .Core.:
...' .' ?: < i: Ct; * fc a'August: tf = .. Flond l : :Ttieso : : : tary of.the NAAOP.,told'the'Monday ,-

:.: ... <......,.';..,....'.. 'th t'"iW he raw> ; C Rep > roan 4to'set a date for the desegregation nlglht 'DleN1'1'. getion- 'he was"astotutdr&
-JL.t.-- ranp Ie.-t.i.A.l to bx Elsenhower'*
"NUW.q' ,.a.- .. ", up" of public schools in that
'l2' Newport Newi and Norfolk. suggestion desegregationistsbe
pttlenY. Wilkins added, "If
The Board of Control also hasraised Block Civil Rights Fonds He told attorneys to make their the men on the bench told whites
motions at a formal hearing on
the legal point about Haw- June 17. that they had thus and so due
them, they would want it then
sins' low trade: in its answer to
(See CIVIL RIGHTS: page S)
his latest suit in Federal District : REP. SIKES LEADS I -_.- ----.--._..._._. ---


Thursday passed and sent to the
Senate a $570,722,613 appropriation -
bill after defeating an attempt '
F- by Southerners to slash I
\. funds for the Justice Depart-
ment's new civil rights division
The measure carried funds, to
finance operations of the State
and Justice Departments, the U.S.
Information Agency and the fed
eral Judiciary in the fiscal year

.( starting July 1.
The Southerners led by Rep.
Robert L. Sikes of Florida, attempted -
YY to cut funds for the civil
division to $148,000 from
rights b v 1.t
the $490,000 recommended by the
Sikes amendment was rejected -
by a resounding voice vote. .t
Sikes argued that the $4 Oooo
figure approved by the appropriations -
committee: would be a
waste of money. But Rep.! JohnJ.
.... Rooney (D, NY), bead of a *
subcommittee that handled Justice awl M : I
N ( t
AEV. 'RANOOLPH THOMPSON Department funds, said the .
new division"Is no big boondoggle
A Get Acquainted Tea" will project at all."
be given In honor of the Rev. He said Sike, proposal would
Randolph Thompson who is the destroy the new division created
new director of Religious Education by Congress in the 1997 civil
at the :MU. Zion Baptist rights law.GOV. .

The Tea will be given at the CALLS FORCRACKDOWN

home of Mrs. T. L. Lowrie 320 ON ,., ...... ....... -
NW 8th at. on Sunday, May 18, f'jfJilA'-r .ft.' - "M .r "' .

from 4-4 pjn. NUMBERSCALLS PRESIDENT ,CITED BY PUBLISHERS the President had addressed the meeting -

The: Rev.. Mr. Thompson' wu IT No. 1 President Eisenhower 10 shown receiving of national Negro leaden sponsored by 1
born In'Jbe Bahama Wanda and NNPA. 1
receved' hs early training there. STATE PROBLEM a citation for his handling of the Litt'c' Shown In the background are Beverly '
He holds the AJB. degree and a Oov. LeRoy Collins this week Rock Ark. school integration problem
of the ;
Carter, publisher Pittsburgh ;
teachers certificate in social oalled Florida's numbers racket COUl'1
from William O. Walker head of the Na- ler John Kirkpatrick editor of the Baet 1
studies from Shaw University, "both alarming and disturbing In ; , ; I
Raleigh N.C. He also holds the its overall pattern and asked tional Newspaper Publishers Association. St. Louis Crusader Garth C. Reeves, editor
the Florida SherUSTs Bureau to The presentation was made at the Presidential of The Miami Times, and Dr. Paul h
B. D. degree from Colgate Hodt statewide crackdown
Divinity School coordinate(See CRACKDOWN a pile 4) Arms Hotel In Washington after Cooke, executive secretary of the ACHR.I lit..


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MONTHRadio Washington: Radio Ad-
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May observance of National Radio .
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THE MIAMI S-'Tbe Peoples' Newspaper"PAGE I i
time out at Tuskegee Institute'sJohn A special contest to be held
A. Andrew Memorial Hospital Thursday, May 29 will highlightthis MIAMI TIMES
2 SATURDAY, :MAY|17, 1958 to enjoy ''refreshing Coca- observance. Details of the
6MO N.W. 15th Ave. PL 46128
Cola served throughout the so- contest will be announced May
ciety's recent annual clinic. Seen 12 on WMBM. National Radio 1112 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 32236
left to rleht are Louis A. Rabb.
the society's business manager-:

In-Around The Bahamas treasurer; Dr. Maurice R a b b, Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted,

Louisville, retiring president; Dr. Guaranteed. ............................,. 'to $4.75
secretary, and Moss H. Kendrlx, ,I
--- By A. H. McKEMZIEThose !Eugene H. Dibble, Andrew Hos- Late Records ...... ................. 4 for $1.00
pital medical director and society
whose Washington public rela- 4u ; Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios

( who drive cars while Force on May 27, 1943. He has tions firm represents the Coca- I Guaranteed Watches ....... from $8.95
"under ,the Influence" were giv- had a (three months' course at Cola Co. Dr. J. D. Marida, Cleve-
en something to think about in the Hendon' Police Training land, became president of the society DAVID JEWELERS
the Magistrate's Court on April School, London, In 195556. He ii at the close of its 46th an-
28. Richard Brown, charged with now in charge of the Southern! nual session. Mr. Rabb Is admin- t4, 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522
driving while drunk, without a Division of Criminal Investigation istrator at Andrew Memorial.
license, and while disqualified by Department.
the court, was disqualified (from Annual Spring
driving for the rest of his life PrlsciUa Major, 70, died at
and fined $11460. Princess Margaret Hopital April
25. She was a native of Victoria
Miss Dawn Italia Thompson, Hill, San Salvador. THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. annual Spring Festival for
Thompson, has been awarded the Julia Archer, 76, was pro- Holy Redeemer School will be PSYCHIC READER
Sir George IHenry Johnson Memorial nounced dead when taken to held on the school grounds on
Scholarship to take a the hospital April 27. She was a Friday, May 16 from 1:30: pm
course for the 'bachelor of arts resident of Williams Lane.The i until 10:30 p.m. rb
degree at St. !Mary's College, __
The afternoon session will be
Durham University, beginning in children
St. Agnes for the children with rides,
October. She I will major in geography -
and will take a course for Church in Nassau, are actually games, soft drinks, and conch
attending Sunday School. tLast fritters the
the in education. as main part of the
Sunday over 450 were In atten- program.
R. M. Smith of RAA ,was kill I The evening program for adults
ed Instantly and four other men Moses Davis of Sandlland Village Mil (begin at 6 p.m. with fish
seriously injured on April 25 died Wednesday night after .dinners, conch fritters, and gamesas
when a jeep in which they were I a long illness He is survived bya the main attraction.
riding turned over near the Missle wife, 6 children, a sister, two
Base at San Salvador. Horatio I The grand prize will be givenat
brothers, E. E. Davis of the Excelsior -
Ughttooura of Victoria Hill, one Press, Miami; Joseph of 10 p.m.
of the injured,. was brought to New York. Funeral services will The annual
Nassau, but died three days later. be held Sunday afternoon at St.Ann's .' Spring Carnival of
St. Augustine's School will be
Church where he servedas
The >Bahamas Baptist Institute organist for a number of years. held In the school grounds at 3601 Lit my years of Experience guide and protect you through Lift
held its third Douglas Road on Tuesday, May
annual graduation
I as a Lighthouse guides the chip In a storm
exercises on May 1. Those receiving 20.
Princess Margaret made a brief
diplomas were: !Miss Patricia WHEN OTHERS FAIL YOU SEE ME
visit to Nassau Tuesday night on I There will ibo rides, games,
Cox Harcourt Moss Duke
Smith and, Elemuel ,Green. her way from Trinidad to Eng: soft drinks, and hot dogs from For Success in Business And Love
land. A public function 1:30: until 6:30 One of
was arranged p.m. : p.m. CONSULT
President Emit O. Ray deliveredthe HERO
for her at the air port, the special attractions will be a -
commencement address and and the leading citizens partic- Peruvian Anteater that will per- You can now have your home made happy
the diplomas were awarded by i
Prof. O. W. Brady.On pated. form for the children. 0 Get and Hold the position you so long wanted

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April 29 Miss Elizabeth D.! By the help of God she can help you
Fernander, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Fernander, and Mr. WORLD FAMOUSWMBM Remove evil influence, if you are sick, worried or in
Eoward P. Sweeting, son of Mr.I troubleIt
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Attendants were Miss Mary Chea Where; thousands come yearly for help and advice, you too can
and Emerson Roberts. be touched by this strange mysterious power

Carl Henry Clinton, 33, was TOPS IN LISTENING p
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THE MIAMI TIM e'eop1es'Newepeiper** ,


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by 1000 Altheria Martin on the openingof Portia\.3annister I; .
her new fish and' grocery storeat
4816 Pembroke* Road on May Takes Top in!", Ten
8. I
CHICAGO -ANP) Branch Best Dressed"The '
Rickey board chairman of the The Faithful Few Club No.3 It .
Pittsburgh Pirates but better I JESCA will hold its meeting at the home Sts. Ann-Margaret: chap-
known as the former president of of Mrs. !Monica Jolly, between ter of the Woman's Auxiliary of
the Brooklyn Dodgers who broke 52nd and Mth aves. and 20th st., the Church of The Incarnation
open major league ,baseball to to finish business for the con- sponsored Its first annual fashion
Negroes when he hired Jackie( vention. show featuring Miami ten best
Robinson to become the first Ne- dressed women for 19 8. ::1
gro player in big league baseball, Charles Grocery Store, 4161 SW Portia (Mrs. Thomas) Bannister II'
received a tumutuoug welcome The Summer is Hallandale Boulevard, opened captured the top spot and was
here Monday night. He was the many youngsters for business on May 9. Congrat- crowned queen for 1058. Janie
guest of honor at a testimonial need of wholesome ulations to the proprietor, Chas. (Mrs. Garth) Reeves wa* second
banquet held In the grand ballroom order that they Reddin. and Joycelyn (Mrs. Vernald) Burroughs
of the Conrad Hilton Hotel leisure time wisely., third.Following' .
by Quinn Chapel African Meth-
visions are made >
/ behind the first threein
odist Episcopal Church under constructive $1,000 or Your Lot order were Eugenia (Mrs \
the leadership of its the
pastor out our various Lawson) Thomas, Mable Thonup-
Rev. Archibald J. Carey Jr. many boys and As a down payment, 3 bed ton, Irene Pratt Maxine Bethel
MORE THAN 1,000 DINERS velop into Corrode Anton Alice (Mrs. Sam-
room new on corner on two
problem children. ,
uel) Harrison and Edna Deveaux.
More' than 1,000 people attended The James E. lots 2901 NW 43rd Terr.
the dinner, the, largest affair ty Association is I These women were chosen by
of its kind ever given by a colored agencies in this Hardwood floors. A beauty. i your votes. This was a grand affair
group ,In a downtown hotel I plans for grade and will get bigger and big
The interracial audience com- and teen-agers, Lots for sale., Cash for your ger. Thanks for your cooperation
posed of .people from church, feel and see the : Will see your next year for 1958'sten
sports, official and ,every walk of your boy, girl or lots. Baron, JE 8-1340. best dressed women.
life, cheered Rickey until the dance at our I Open, 35, !Mrs. Julie Clarke was chairman -
rafters rang as they heard him I your children will p.m. of',the atfair.
strike at prejudice In America vised> play which I __ _
and: world: as unworthy of the cessary part pt t b ;
democracy which America ment. They will PERKINS' HOME-MADE CANDIES
preached,but failed to practice. interesting games
an appreciation for AND SANDWICH SHOP
GOVERNOR, MAYOR, ATTENDThe good sportsmanship.Arts

appearance of the 76yearold children\ and crafts 6825 N.W. 15th Avenue :'
Rickey was his first since he an
was stricken by a coronary at- interesting and Specializing InS
with their bands.
tack'leaweek! Noted
his activIty' In civic ago.and philanthropic fords a wonderful( Peanut Brittle Pecan Rolls Coconut and
affairs as much for.his for self expression Chocolate Fudge
Wizard leadership In baseball he ness and helps
practically preached a sermon as proper 'use of their : And a Variety of Sandwiches
he ,was flanked by Governor These are Just a
William J. Stratton of Illinois.and your child will James Perkins, Prop.
Mayor Richard J. Daley of ChI- tending our
cago, both of whom spoke In We urge you to
laudatory terms. Some 40( civic floe not only for
leaders sat at the speaker table, daughter but for I.
ran the entire length olChicago's
largest dining room, You formation may by secure calling ($10,000 $20,000 $5,000)) To conform with
straining to catch word
Rickey's eloquent every address. Ernie director of' the .. Florida Law

Banks and Lee Walls, Cub team Community 77289. I If you, have a driver's license, we can Insure you
home run hitters, and three of AS LOW AS $71.80 PER YEAR
their teammates were present.
PAY A8 YOU RIDE, with little down ,and months, to pay
hickey punctuated his address
with numerous stories. Some of SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCYOpen
these included were about Jackie
Robinson as he served .t"I '
as a guinea
Dally and Saturdays to 6 p.m.
pig and proved that a colored 2186 N.W. 7th
player had the same ability and 645 N.W. 36th Street PL: 9-5284
worth to measure up fully to maJor
league competition. He said
the crucial test of the innovation .
was not Jackie's playing ability,
nor the player's attitudes nor that
of the management but of the
great body of colored people. Nightingale CollegeANNOUNCES

There was the question of NEW SPRING CLASS NOW.
derstandable whether with their exuberance natural, un-and BEN FORMING IN

possible hero worship they might
crowd the parks in such numbers Physicians Assistant f TrainingENROLL
,S to alenlate_white fans, he said .
He promised the restraint which' : FOR THE Day end Evening Classes
colored fans exercised and revealed NOW We Limit Size of Classes
that a committee of color- or "ICE' Find out how you can earn more '
ed citizens functioned to advise Get' prestige by becoming a Nightingale Trained
colored leader. and fans In vari-
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!Well .f f<*the first time' since JoecameU : the firm of Kilpatrick Prlnteq who Rev. :Edward T.; Graham.

Dodger fan; :tf: *, Li; (A, Service Co.of Atlanta'w'eeks, Ga has beetf 'This"rwek"vto" ft1lOnt.l-I1uttt
the Ijmto tot the past "tWO'
Dodger occupy tor57 ot.tar. ,
machinery in the nee Weefle : companies

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. .. : .., ..+x Wen as .it' mUst be ,to the club; : ave., completed his work on Friday business 4s Hhe biggest. we>"have
' to Atlanta.
TEMPORA ,.Pfl TAHT3JR .ET:: NOft 'MUTAMUR IN E .LtB No doubt they miss Roy, Campa 'and returned among -our "people;, while"5lt, ha*
istime those iguyS
..,..... Time "A.c.b.nacI: And Were Changed With Them, : ," .' nella, but it. i Bulletin went made much progress' the .ground
... remember catcher VWialker' : .andRosefooro The old Tampa *
.... t. behind two weeks ago but has just been. .scratched,... L t'i
of business
orflct at:1112"N.W''thin. Avtnu ,,, 'Florida-Phono PR'3'.223 6' or whoever,start hlttta those out have received copies of the give them a hand, anti as" :much
the plate, and ,, support as. possible. .., ,.
'ant'at :<7W N.W. ISth AventJ -Phont PL: 4-8128 balls. new News Bulletin: published by N "
; 'J James Jackson who edited the
entered II Second ,Clot:l Matter,:August 9, 1927, at tb"POdiOft"ce:; at "a What the Giants couldn't do in Tampa Bulletin that was ,taken The wedding of:. Hiss.: i
"'i Miami I ",:'*|WN*. !nr the act of ,March 8, 1876, 'the Florida Sentinel. Locldhart, daughter of Mr.n4:
in San
New York they are doing: over by '
ii..' ... ... ....fym.N.,,70 ? j i .. , ..- therein Mrs. Charles I ockRsart',-Miami
'. : I .H.:/: ,'Aldl, (;MUMO" EVE'tditor, : 'J' Francisco the first, keeping division.right That's up good: Garth C. Reeves, managing editor and Samuel Blanton josser,will
GARTH"'C.. REfeVC' Aeeocitte Editor. 'and,.Builnen.Manager of the Miami Times has :returned take- place 'oi(Sunday,.June.15';*t
'' visit to St.: Agnes, Episcopal?< Church.
: ""; 1. h. Don't worry about the Milwaukee from a three-ddy "WJ
Member of the National Nswspapir'Putihers Association Braves. They are goingto Washington, D. C. where he.,attended _ y>, ,
.. Member 'of AhOclated"O"ro"Pr."' .. I""l Y Conference of '. ... . - ,+
% the.. be the leading club for a long the Summit JL :U
I' 'i 1 time. the Newspaper Publishers Association : ;
: : UBSCRIPTON| RATES: of which the Times is a
ONE YEAR $4.00 SIX' MONTHS $2.60 THREE MONTHS '1.0 iBoth the Pirates and Chicago member. Although Mr. Reeves;
:.. ." , Cubs are going to be troublesome was exceptionally busy with the ,FOR RE8 LT',..
THE NEGRO PRESS believe that America can beat lead the world as usual. '" .1'
from racial and, national arvUglonltme when tt accords to every manrebardleae '"
f' : of,race, cojor or creed,,!,hie human and( legal rlghta.! .Hating The New York' Yankees will 'NS-rOp: :
(4<>.''friart.";,fearing no man- the Negro Preee atrlvea to h.lp..veiy man I keep first place. 8A: R G A
In th!t"Irm better. that all men are hurt as I long af anyone .Is.. held' ,back. .'
Gov. :Collins, on Wednesday, .Street -
r F, J called ,on >florida Sheriffs to coordinate 2200 NW.36th

x. 'rtu. YE EDITOR'S" NOTEBOOK:, down on in the a statewide numbers cradk-racket ..- .-, -

'tX HlliiW t ;JEWISH CONFAB and disturbing.says Brand New 9x12 -.Rugs .. .' ./, f,17iOO(

A ) He commended individual Linoleum I Rugs .. . ...r' ; ,#).99.
(KMiJhgesident ;Walter JteutW of the United Auto Workteracwas"mt sheriffs for doing a fine job. I. . '.,. .,.1' u v. '

>njr : speakers oftji Wednesday evening,, at the There is certainly hot as much i Hollywood Bedding ;. ..l. .' .-t'.: ;15.00" '

dertnjr| pension of 't1teAmerlcal1t'. , : Jewish' ContfTesssat Mi- number playing around Dad eCounty Sectionals Tilt'back ouche."-..TV Store '
*' :. there used to be. ,
WrfVf KflflJfrli1': :"l ( '
,: Refrigerator, 'etc :*: ' .;; .
i&ftuther, ,among qtner{things, told his audience Those who Dr. Martin "
:C I WE HAVE ALL YOUR-- Ui }uooiaas; not:a crisis,.of, economic, political or military Luther at Miami King'Beach on Wednesday were loud night in, ..' ,I

cnftractexit: .is man's. growing) Immorality:ttf.himself.. and. their praise of his speech. Dr. Only $5.00 Down ,and Good [Credit '.,' / .''
Inhumanity+784:11 &' to hbf fellowmen.uliOin *. is King U one of our great speakers, Term to suit .Your Docket '

UM He' \presented priority list which includes, ,Civil See \MISS (BRADY and 'let her solve your (problems>>

nis-hte ahd Equality of'.Ed t\O\ .. CRACKDOWN Stop in for j& chat "

!;'T1 e die world's '(continued from page 1) f R
Civil Rights at home people of on it. -
n fttieilS tylll t I.'not'question our, !credentials if they know that ,Collins said the Sheriffs Bu-
tli N pro! uion, our bannej's..are practiced in our'own couptry. -, reau should take the lead in
lri Africa they. didn't ask,me. about General Motors .or stamping out the racket which Amateur
U.S.'Steel,.they,wanted to know about: Montgomery, Ala. backers takes' millions of dollars for its Night ; ;
every year. governor -
*c3-aL:\h 1'D'r. (artin, Luther King. of Alabama, widely known did not criticize law enforce- '

and:respected'leader since"his' victory In the Alabama bus ment sheriffs in, but numbers said by they any were of do-the ,Nassau NightTHURSDAY

strike was also l a speaker4. 'He had some good things to ing a "fine job."
say about} Gov, LeRoy Collins, although he does not agree The recent Dade County Grand f n-

w'fyhjeverything the governor says. Jury crush urged the lucrative an all gambling out effort em-to SIR ;JOHN ,CLUBNW

., Another speaker, Mr. Sydney Hollander of Baltimore pire. Mayor Robert High has 3rd Ave. & 6th St.
said;,Florida was selected for the convention because "the waged a 'one man battle against .
Southiioday; 'symbolizes. '. l sharply and, frighteningly !the numbers since: his election, ,but Na :Admlttjon', ( : .' No ,Cover .
the other commissioners
have .
critical struggle of the world. for' the equality, and integration confidence to' police Chief expressed 'No. ,'.Minimum. Package !.'
.. . of,)all people." .' ': :,. Walter Headley1*;rePort that the .8tore Price
jf *: *v P* r "
gambling situation is "well un- .
v*; Mr, :-Hollander. . is the chairman of the convention. der control. Friday Saturday Sunday
I. I' r''d Collins asked the bureau to Wally Futch and the
/" !'
.. furnish local law enforcement officers C Ma
; t 1'J."IU:: ': joy Quintette
!,.).)a: i !:. t1.. .. :. with' files on known numbers -

I .." ,VI.C. -rRESI'D tfr'' NIXON' RETURNS, ,''HOME.LJr , attempts operators to get and the to "top coordinate men"Whose Vanilla Williams . .

''Vice-President' Richard Nixon aid r )In. ,Nixon who lines. operations. cross county Exotic (Dancer

h 've'been':on an'18-day' goodwill visit:in South America, 'I ., ..... and starring .
returned home on ThursdaiMr"Nlxon ,
I CHICKIE HORNE (Madam Effie Throckbottom)
: oiiie. .
I received, a most cordial welc President

Eisenhower and his cabinet, government employees, Your HOlt, BENNIE "KINGFISH" .HARVEY
university and college,students and members of Congressand : ;: .

South American and other Ambassadors greeted !' ; ",: '"" "

him, .at the airport. t,.. ; . -O..
{ 'V
President'Eisenhower' made very timely remarks ,: '

welcoming Mr. Nixon, and assuring his hearers that.although ;: : Chutch-
there had been some unpleasant incidents duringthe ?'!i: <,. '' Holy Redeemer 11
Nixons visit, in, no way had they impaired the friendship : I.! \ f h': '.''':.' r .

r; of the two countries, butthat the visit had strength

'ened, that friendship. SPRINGFESTIV ALr" .

President Eisenhower believes the anti-Nixon demonstrations

in South America were due to economic difficulties I Miss Annabel Sawyer, director, .-
envy of the United States, and probably Communist Phyllis Weatley YWCA, Rich- HOLY REDEEMER SCHOOL ...
agitation. mond, Va., has been assigned by "
the YWCA Foreign division u'' "
Fearing for, Mr. :Nixon's safety, the President sent advisory) secretary in West Africa 1301 N.W. ?l mat STREET 'i
some troops into the Caribbean. For this he received some effective this month. A native . ,
criticism but that,is to be, expected. Even the Presidentof of Topeka will KAns., her area of Influence r -
include I' .
the. United States'cannot' please everybody.The Ghana, Sierra Leone and Liberia Nigeria j .{ : .f. "

Vice. President spoke briefly, thanking the group where program she will among conduct women.a leaderShip _- R'DA Y MANY $ ::

for the very warm welcome. He,told that countries he had ANP. "

visited misunderstood America. He was able to discuss! ; 1:30 to to l -: ..: ;
Op.D .
: .
ANNUAL ::" ;
,American Policy, with university and college students, SESSION . : ...
and"to j assure them that all we wanted for others, was CLOSES AT Y, ;. : .: ':
.what we' wanted for' ourselves a; freedom from poverty .. '. '
miseT'and disease, and economic progress. PLANT ,CITYThe .'

,%,'fir. 'Nixon must be considered a pretty brave man. No. 16 State of Florida District annual Grand session H. H. Rides, Games, Flitters For Children t. .

I He'WJth9tood ,all kinds'of insult? and even threats. He a&trUAJ1"n,41 held In, Plant City, May 5-e was '
t, .btssadot of Goodwill. highly successful. The officers: Amusements I
f ,and delegates now in (Miami who Fish Suppers, Conch /
ta "Washington, the Congress unanimously adopted a attended ths grand session were: '
resolizUsn it commending ,Mr. Nixon for his "courageous Sisters Effie Russell district Fritters for Adults Until .10:30 p:lli. .
deputy; Edna Mapp, district RNG
and dignified conduct"t; $, Florence Sellers Hilda Edden, > ?

I .,vIn, JL Griffith, Carolyn BaJns. \ GRAND PRIZE 1OOOP.M.>> .'
f exper1edt bhould prove quite helpful and add to his Jacksonville will be the host ,

;ipopuJaritv"if,.-.'. "AI7"' i".. .'t.._;Ior....,..... ,. ":. . for the 198 annual session .... .A






'. '. ,. ,. .. 1 ,I ': ''' :"':!":'! ': ;; 1,.4 "" ". 'i 'fiip&r.:>ntf P.oples'; tf. *.M&t. 1.,. A. C. ADAMS, the

: : ' lff'M Y '17,L *A ,-... ." .. . .. PAGE 5 Hotel photographer, ..scouting: 6
," .,I/I"l' I around for a 20-year-old shapely i
AfoMud. Miami l ,, whose good looks must meaf7. \
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I.' .
; ..V : 1 .., : > lr' /: withl.tAr&gure B, torso.
.. .. ., ', .' . 'a,'"' otfer -' .NM
._ .By DAVl (M'WI 1ctr80N! : : ... . ''! '' : ' W .
... I' r . : : 1h..tIII: ; c! : "!411' 1
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1. 9'" .., . .' ':'J \
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., . .
;.:;.i.unm-: Bus '"Drivers. App : JI OFrici1oir +4 .
Garden :
: : a ''HI'1.A At .
It MOO NW 22nd ave. That is the JZ( O
lit. : \'
VI1'read'(n theMiami Herald The .. Henry Arlington .art bulging, at ,
lasT StmdqT1..,'!-The ad 'didn't say by the & j r .JF the ''seams. Recently -

WhHe bus' riven". or Colored Murrell; 134 Stanlr S \ etti ..8ADexedt."addltloaal ..
.'' to be .. ,.'" .( of.tine.
bus :.dal'rs" .'? jUst bits drivers was " .
: < .,
postponed -, i :apa f next
VII bet my bottom dollar that ( ,
iw>t.onV Of, us triW to apply for weather. it'.' my Town! will be Mr.; and krt. by June" 1 .; C 4oorV>4he address present ,'/
the job. Now that segregation baa on Sunday, The merger will, be Paul's, 9rd ',. ; ,
t' which
\ will
1NAS3AU politician, ac /
been abolished on our city buses, the home of arid'B $Sle't''Srtd. "
Ithem .that' the 'city would be 1975 NW 5th < : former MHA I l .' ... ; / ciupmpdate, a. I
ganization : his: new hotel. \ ... moog other conveniences
tiltdl''t() hire 'Negro bus drivers ;0/1.
: } 'f'
JIt1JI nsqufje of' and cordially on Soldier. Road, e THERE'S (A YOUNQ. .Boojc.. w ,, a conference -
White persons
a.1*w Colored hare morning with a T. high ,school 1 1958. fjimale.poterttial . room.O .
persons who:U her ,.mommy.
Oolored'.cheuiteurs and I wear .. .
' Ai
1933 class rimt , ',
Inlnd being driven around J theeGameSchool ;i E' C J
byz.Ihon.. 1. am_sure that the Sip hM It that 'when i .tiF':* zta't; !. -, MJAMIANDOROTHY' ,LOWTKRY ;W l!
; Bessie Ambrose June. '
Ft. Lauderdale 'BChool-
White citizens of Miami would
. .
11 e. Philoes ; ) . end the bachelor
not intod having Colored bus marnv: decided to -
drivers.: Shucks, in 'New' York Sigma Gamma '' .,\ lift of,* Edward MaUoyH'by
City, .Colored women, drive city Rho Whiskey Introducing a preacheronApril,28r
invite to. .
. you : '. ,. . .
buses and I say all of 'this its HJ.
to. say, "wake .up my. ,peoples_, a. Sip -. ., .' '1'."
tivity &e."be "
CH1M'.1S FR. AND MRSo; taJl: PN'
ne'day io"born. If-we don't .p- ? >
18 <<
noon May
Sands of St: Patrick Gal
ply f>these, jobs that-are advertised home of : IS
,"we'llnever"get any kind,of Church, Welt PalmFlamingo : ne h f_
Mitchell, 231 '' : r iTd\
: .
decent jobs." "Wanted: Bu. Restaurant. _. ,_. .
Drivers" that's the way 1tad JfiJ33)FYIl: :] guests ,laat Thursday,' '-
It.Iafch. CIVIL '
'fuIs '
( { wife ofpublic
relations man, Willie La-
I s . mar.>*| fttered.>tiw
( Another ight" popularity contest. A
}he ageless 8tb the fresfcman Sunlight ,,Beaiutgr &hwalstudent
wonder of the
tion was Mrsc LamarrJlllOCl'pf
The world, reason s ays,1 I hoodf Carefully't I' the, spoMQring Sunltght ,
I all the earmarks f 1
catch: so- many Porters. winner, ,da
fish is because I "While the q ,

teed them just enacted a .. LOUETHA' Nckl I171 aJl9"
What they 'IUD said, "it 1s tec of 11th. 1M "J3&Idi"'DQItw'
S ."tt rtts, eggs.1 no will in I alter fourryears'out ot'B1'W"hfgd'
bork e chops, and, enforce It,
fchool,,,returned: to btrtpoijiiat
chitterlings: Other ou -:4! \ Florida Normal and Memorial

against Ike's .' t College to graduate May '4'fl. Mrs.MFXenzle .
bearance" ; .ay Is Jhf, t,1 l
04'.PmFU!: LIKE Jimmy Kayek, er, executive minister.
owner of the Jim' Jam Club, are tional IWban ." ---. .. .t H'li:)
fcymg tO' make Miami a more Cooke of the THE OB'IRV Tq 4 "I n
jpj asanta place. 4a which to liveeiJop on Human' ; '' bystanders Is r the revAl P.D. I'
W the finer things of life. liam O. '1..' Dr. John O. Brown, e. Jj 1-,
How sor Well this weekend the publishers; ist, had better' alofw1 o' ; trtin'
:Jim'Jam will have another inte- ; Clayton net busy extra-curricula: 'RttV
ifrated': shop. In this week's chow, : Atty. Cora M. lies They aver, his busy practiceof
high class act will entertain theCustonnere S. :Post Office: ltUJD: If ,0iphtihomolbgy plus a volley of '
..). The Chadwicks: a other "conw 1mtnU. :are' pressing \
dance team 1 :have seen them on J ..... the .medic; a little -too hard,<.1 i r
the;;,Ed, Sullivan Show and other
t'Vshows' and fkn sure that. you PLANS LI 'M POLICE: 'IRQEANT.CIIoton.
will more than cloy them. Hate RALLY Wllliami, 'municipal"1': "precinct Jimmy;.for. this kind of entertainment $2.93 Pint dealt officer, continue! *..tobe seriously -
I The 4' ill''.at his home: fi gt'.William
Florida are is the ion of nair Arin
., :110,000 : _ Coleman, Friendship GArden'!Club

.; POLICEMAN! of the Week I Normal CoUe prexy. t ,
" . Girl of The The drive .1
Jessie Hill Pretty '
r. Week: Bosemarye McKinnls . mass meeting PROOF is WHY! .. NICE {SOUNDING words o

Doctor of the'Week: Carl Yeager school. Ugh.. ichoot and le"MnuallRRe.
i. . Bahama Mama has left'Mi The occasion i s the dance
ami-and planning to live in ElPaso. : second : F1cl cluDaDn'.has more Proof 90 Proof as compared union Ball". The informal out-
> .,Texas. The Mama Is apartment W. Collier all other leading.blends. They an only 86 Proof. ingj sponsored each summer: by
;,hunting and that means stituted last : ',90 Proof Mana more!favor-more enjoymentmore the alumni association of Booker
that*' Miami's ,loss .i. El Paso1 ng croups, utitCictlon. Aad-Fldschmaaifi sttrpriiing mDcS: T. Washington hlgh;,BftOAl, bitsthij .
ca1J{::.','Another'ad I read in last State and ccpt1ona1l1DDWUJCU tell you that year's calendar on Thursday
Progressive f' June 5 ltll' be
Saturday Herald was "Wanted: bottle/ t,10 pj& a
aDd qualitych whiskey Harlem Square Club
Coloredporter for Carolina Besbrt'town. more than la America i.Ba11rpop1'
.':Must be College Student. West Florida you ''i toy affair, .,:, :I .
." that's what some
Of them1'I sues think of us. You have WHISKEY tO.PROOF 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPRITS, TALK IS THAT Club Mm Jam

to have a college education to Drive : DISTIUINO' CORPORATION/ NEW YORK CITY realized' ltd mistake in letting
Chlckle Horne r ill former
push an educated mop. Why? '. -i iFurnlshod . star
... '"' attraction, get away. BO. the
I > ", ... .- ..:*.T. :rA. 1 3if i JWl. ar hK ifm Liberty City nUery is negotiatingto
k ; .
*:* >ro** get him back. The, comic is
DAR MOM.>,AND.DAD: I'm of currently vowing 'em nightly at
aie, ind"rm your child 10' won'tnu or Club Sir John downtown Mi
please take me to the Cran- I ami.

don Park_Toot I'd like torae the .. ........ _................ .v-
.... .. 'f'< ", st. ttf jwony, bottt Mouse II : ; APARTMENTSm < Yr'snb'Bums,,,'\'Ijnow' Sergati .... .

dosen't*c4.aiat Bum- The '.eI1ooldNel'lllld-'p: ... .
&(::: WAr.df; ,
.. .. matterColored :?. ,i' t motion tmM, Bums in'thV not"previously "' ''
; 'a.UM"' *'Cbe'antmab"ctoa'tItDow : held by Sgt J. L. Nash,
the- d Please mom and dad, when you CROVE Federal Credit Union spot
have time, wont you take me to COCONUT m : rI vacated by ex-6gt Melvin Wit
the zoo ? T T Blue Boy B. B. I. liams.O .
King will be playing his cit tar .
comes Monday," May 18 at the THL BARNETT*/ENIOR/
Harlem Square. As an added attraction ..... '., !funeral ,.Home might become a
Mildred Jones, and reality real soon, now.,The build
Johnny Board (he's an Ace Sax LIBERTY C TY. ; > : : tag and morgue are ready, so are
Man) will be there too. .. the owners. A few more small
..a etalls and the estbllshment lo-

,WONDER BOY Jtobit f ft'S I 1370 N.W. 61st STREET , .,,'1/ ,;', sated in,
Sawyer ha* hit the jack pot with ,' : .Miami will solicit activity.8IXTYFIVE ".

his bit play, "Swapping Wives." ., : -
old .Jamea
Is now in Jacksonville DOWNTOWN OFFICE : year
and Sawyer has bookings: for Daytooa . I.J \' : : ( Pop, ) Bray, 917 NW ire av.v
"Y' 9 40-year veteran employee -
: apt. a
Beach Washington, Fort, Lauderdale and some spots Atlanta in 1099 N.W. 3rd AVENUE FR' 1-4554 .- . ? l > of, McNeil's Red Top Cab
reached retirement .. buthis
tas .e
Virginia . Larry Steele and his ';;'1' j bosses Just would not n1eeMb1m.
Smart Affairs of 18M are appearing -
liueband ot. Narw.tialiyray.

you been at spell held the it over'differently Dough-rill for three) and(weeks.maybe have FD E E. ELECTRIC:WATER :GAS NOIPI fashioned, employ Pop wooden first a*.driver began dray-of;"la M atrium an:Me' old*

Gaines in taps,
; Will tops .
4 ,*+ 01 two brown mule. ,When the
opened the Eden Roc and to vowIng :' r, c. "
went mcfetle Pop was t
live atrons. Will was one of
shifted to a baggage trtdfc.Dur
dub show
of the
the stars
UI5O- 7. Little Willie as ing a 40-year periocll1uver -

of everyone calls him of,Miami because folk well. FLORIDA Realty 1099 N.W.3rd AYE. had and a single trusted accident it 'Pop,,hal So,was reliable I

And liked now by a, heap from' me'to you Live : left in McNeil's trilli" ..,...4NI/h./ .,

)Peace if* every* bolder minute of it. '. :-. : ; :" 1/ "" II. It. '. 11. : ;-; ,., : :.. :.' t8 THAT'I IX: .,qL.K.1.thdur I:

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.n..o............. ---- ,..-...-..-....-......,. Mathematics ,Council "Strange Power"By
MIAMI TIMES "The Peoples' Newspaper" ,

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1958, I PUN PHUNBy Elects OfficersThe Fortune Teller
PHIL OSSOFER Mathematics teachers met

---- t ...... ......... ................... ...... ...... at (Booker T. Washington High at
11 . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . School on Monday afternoon
The business recession ds affecting 4 p.m. and elected the following'
includ- officers for the term of 1958-59:
nearly everyone,
Beating the Gun ing myself. This last Is of little 'Ellis Adger, president; Miss
; consequence, as my psychiatrist Agnes (Hezekiah- secretary; Mrs.
will ttll you. Just read Pun Phun Betty Timmons, assistant ecre-
-- By BILL BROWER and you'll recognize the mental tary; Mrs. Allene V. Taylor,
I treasurer; Mrs. Nella Clifton,
. -- recession of yours truly.
parliamentarian; Mrs. Virginia

In Detroit last week a threatof in the team's farm system. With an open mind (open and chaplain. '
a boycott loomed against the John !McHalo, the Tiger's business empty) I have made an intensive Plans were made to present
Tigers because of the American manager, echoes Hansen: study (while living In tents) to the scholarship awards to the
League's club's refusal or at "He'll be a ball player. He !won't see how far this here recessionhas highest ranking pupils in mathe-
least failure to acquire a tan bo here as a gesture." gone. H re's the results of matics in each high school. Also
player. As we have said, that's an old my study: I plans for the annual party were
deanof which we're not I discussed and perfected. The
The Rev. George Hill Jr., caw buying.
1. The cleaners are on the spot,
the United Theological semi- It's of course about time that party will toe held on Saturday
nary, is heading the committee Detroit Negro fans voiced their but they'll be in the gravy when from 8 to 12 p.m. at the home of ,
which f Is planning the boycott. unhappiness about the situation. they start cleaning up. I Mrs. E. B. Jones, 2JW5 NW 48th -
"We ted that the club has had ,They provide a good share of the 2. The hand lotion companiesmay JUDITH INGRAM
ample opportunity and time to Briggs Stadium patronage. Andwe fold up . every girl wants I J L This statement is
hire colored: hall player," 'sa.d think they're entitled to some a chap on her hands. I at.'w Ingram of Chattanooga made ,by Tenn.Judy

the Rev Mr. Hill. consideration. 3. The trailer salesman will UnuS Being financially unable to visit
CLUB PREXY BALKS continue to get hooked. There will Doc R. C. Anderson at the time I
SAY GIANTS always be a hitch in every deal first read his advertisement I ordered -
Harvey Hanson. president of they ma ce.: his double offer he had advertised -
the Detroit team, decried: HAVE REAL 'FIND'IN 4. The telephone companies are the Ancient Mezuzah,
"They (the boycott committee) PUERTO worried. The receivers are taking the beautiful Luck Charm, whichis
insisted that we make such a over. (Did I hear a busy signal? I the Biblical promise between
commitment whether we had a RICAN ROOKIESan Keep hearing those noises In my God and Moses, because of its
qualified major leai-ie player; or, bead!) I We build according to religious significance, it is worn
no:. We refuswd: Francisco When the I plant or our I by millions as an Omen of Good
Hanson went on to say that II transpanted New York Giants To summarize, I say business I your Luck and to Repel Evil and also
Detroit would have a tan player opened regular National League is bad but we must not be negative No down payment its Fast Luck Biblical Incense
on Its roster "at the earliest date competition for the first tune under about it (photographers ex- with Lucky Number enclosedRev.
that such a player was ready." the San Francisco auspices, eluded.) Let us see bow things' Use your lot8D5&KI&B57 ( 8-4. Psalms 23 and 18.)
That's an old saw. Tan players I the team's first brtc have been playin major league 20-year-old Puerto Rican who picture. Let us be opportunists I visit him in person so, on
baseball 11 seasons. Currently had made big time with just like the business man who, vhenie June 7th, 1957 I went to see Doc
every team in" the two majors, three years of minor league experience was up a tree opened a brutep 0 (L {!ffi 9Jv Anderson whose office is at 302
except the Tigers and the Boston behind him. oC&ce. West Gordon Ave., Rossville,
Red ox, have Negro players. Orlando Cepeda picked by 100 i, Financing Georgia, for a reading and advice -

WHO'S KIDDING WHO some experts as the NL's prime Northwestern PTA NE 5-6171 becuse I heard he was so
famous for his wonderful
i candidate for rookie-of-year] also powers
If the San Francisco Giants can fulfilled the expectations of The Xortfcrwertera PTA regular I ;.erai Building Contractor through God in helping so many
field a team with five tan players Horace Stoneham, owner of the meeting will be held iloodaj, others.
(actually six are on the ros- club. May 19 in tine 12: arj. AH parents /' NW 29th 8t. Miami I I was in desperate need of help.
ter) capable of playing major Before the team was officially are turfed to attend.: i i Through his advice, I received a

league baseball, surely the Tigers switched from New York to the --- - ' + . large sum of money in a lump
and the Red Sox can find at least Golden Gate, Stoneham declared - um the following day, and since
: that every week I have continuedto
one.We know that the Tigers under "Orlando Cepeda will open at have success. I now live in a
the old Briggs regime had no Intention first base for us in San Francisco. Furnished ApartmentsAS fine home, and have the use of
of using tan players. ." two automobiles and am lucky In
When the team was purchased by I After 'Watching him in a spring LOW AS everything I do, as Doc promisedme.
its now owners a couple of years training-fielding more than ade- .
ago, hopes were high that the quately and hitting quite robustly I am well known in Chattanooga -
lily white policy would undergoa there was no doubt 19.95 per week and also known'' In theatrical
change. that ''Cepada deserved the chanceOf circles. Every one who knows me
course, he had' arrived at will tell you this statement Is
TRADE GOSSIP FIZZLES the Giants' training base in LIGHTS GAS & WATER INCLUDED true. This statement Is printedto
help others. Doc Anderson
There talk during the off Phoenix with a substantial repu-
was Select Your Own Brand New Furniture Which
tation. In his minor charges a small fee compared to
season that the Tigers would try three-year
the results I have received.
to in trade with league career he had led two
get Larry Doby a Becomes Yours
He has helped thousands of
the Chicago White Sox. Nothingcame i leagues in hitting batting .393
'with Kokomo (Ind.) to lead the people. He can o any kind of
of it and went to
Baltimore, thence to Cleveland, Class D Mississippi-Ohio Valley Unfurnished/ Apts. $::1.4 weekSEE work you want done. He Is not
fortune-teller but
where he'broke into the major League in 1W5 and .355 for St. only a a psy-
leagues in 1947. Cloud (Minn.) to lead the ClassC chologist. You will never regret
Northern it if you will call Rossvlle, Geor-
League in 1956. SAM B. SOLOMON AT
There was also trade gossip to Then, in 19S7, he made the big gia CA 2-9719 and make an appointment -
the effect that the Tigers sought jump to Minneapolis of the to, see this wonderful
Junior Gllliiam from theLos\ American Association, only one BONDED COLLECTION/ AGENCY fortune-teller, or you can writeto
him at the above address for
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put a Negro on its roster, although I Drive brought my sweetheart back to
there are 17 tan players I Carefully! I me. I had been to many fakes In
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NAACP Branches.' 4!

Now Operating in "La.New t .

Orleans The return of "
the NAACP as an active and important
WQ organization in Louisianais Welcome Alumni

ra indicated by the revival of 111| The Royal Gardens and Mr
branches in
local state
Pierson, 15th Ave. and 69th Ter., tare
Clarence A. Laws, .field secretary, spreading the welcome mat

reports. Ito I I I all alumni after ,their June 3 I:,
(NAACP activity in the state was reunion meeting to come out and
suspended In April, 1956, after enjoy his hospitality Mr. Pierson
the state's attorney general !: guarantees good service for your
cured an injunction against e-i I convenience.<
Association for refusal I
OMEGA MEET close Its list of members and Dr. Wesley .J.
THE MIAMI TIMES-'The Peoples' Newspaper"SATURDAY contributors.' At that Urn there .
These are some of the Greek were 66 branches in the state. .Commecement
brothers who have charge of the MAY 17,, 1958 PAGE 7 .- A&M
Speaker at
affairs on the top level, as they Wilkins onUniversity

appeared held at in the Wilson 6th District ,. 'f_ ',,t",, >"'<" .. ,I Tallahassee Dr. Charles H.
meeting N. C., ,/ !\ 1" .' Program Wesley, president of Central
April 527. Left to right: Dr. I. \ ttI1.1 t-, State College, Wilberforce, Ohio,
Gregory Newton, first vice grand t.Ii""tot ,' Champaign, Ill Roy Wi- is scheduled to deliver the com-
basileus, who represented the ,. / tons, executive secretary of the mencement address at Florida A
Supreme Council Durham, N.c.; '>Ii;>. "
National Association for the Ad- and M University, Monday, May
Atty. Herbert E. Tucker, Grand .":(1'.". vancemeRnt of Colored People, 2, according to President Geo. M.
Basileus, Boston, Mass.; Atty. H. o : : participated in a discussion of Gore, Jr.
Carl Moultrie, national execu- "Paths to ,Integration" at the 5th The eminent educator has
tive 8eC1'etarywashington/ and Ft."I I annual Baldwin Human Rela- earned an' enviable reputation as
Rev. J. Herbert Nelson, district \ tions Conference at the University an educator, author, historian and
representative, BishopvlUe, S. C., of Illinois on May 8. college president.
who presided over the sessions. ".

Jr. Red ,CrossLeadership s Y

SuccessAnnual DayA t r'r STAR MEAT MARKET


Junior Red Cross Ele- : II
mentary Leadership Training! i .. 520' N( W f 1 2m) Street
Day was held at Phyllis Wheatley ", t ,
Elementary School on Saturday, ," '\,(I'I' ,- ot .
May 3 from 9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m. t .,
The meeting was attended by 0 \
135 leaders from the fourth and iL iLThe A
fifth grades of the 18 elementary
schools in Dade County Teacher- ( . _-" _._- n____.._n___..____ l'
sponsors from each school assisted Bethune-Cookman student ger from Miami; Everette Abney, Fresh Meat Low Prices
Miss Ruby King, general
body held its annual election this president, a Junior from Norris-
chairman for the Leadership town, Pa;; Frank Buggs, a Junior :
week for the school term
Training Day, with the program. coming from Miami,
The following student officersof 195859. Elected were, left to Beulah Surrency paruamentarian'l
the Junior Red Cross County right, front row: Ella Mitchell, a Junior from I n
Council were elected: President, Junior from Tampa, secretary; the rear vice president, Elliot
Wayne Fulton, Douglas Elemen- Hubert Humes, business xnana- I I Scavella from Miami. LIVE AT THE BEAUTIFUL
tary; vice president, JacquelynLove I
Liberty City Elementary; -----T
secretary, Glenda Joyce Jack- ( MAYORS, GOVERNORS . Booker Terrace MotelA
son, Holmes; treasurer, Clovilla
Shannon, Naranja; reporter, Mi-
chelle Jones, Phyllis Wheatley '
Elementary Proclaim Equal Job few permanent rooms availableFor

Mrs. Elizabeth Espy] Johnson, ( as low as $18.00 per week
bhainnan for [Negro {elementary

schools. Installed the new officers. Opportunity Week Kitchenettes only $22.50 per week

A full schedule of Junior Red INCOMING TELEPHONE

Cross throughout projects the day was to train followed the Washington- D. C. The I CALLS

young people as leaders of next opening of a broad Equal Job states that "Equal Job Oppor- F R E E ELECTRICITY, GAS
year's school organization. ;Opportunity educational pro- I utnity is Good Business" Nearly o USE OF SWIMMING
PROGRAM gram as A part of its efforts to 60 major employers have arranged POOL
(Registration Mrs. France eliminate racial and religious to use the postmarked ad on
Llghtsey, Miss Johnny Mae Allen. discrimination in employment on their outgoing mall this week. Air conditioning available for small extra charge

work performed under Govern- The committee also has printed
Devotions: Led by Mrs. Andel ment contract was announced today Equal Job Opportunity Stamps' NEwton 5.2581 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.
Mlokcns and Holmes Elementary by the President's Committee for use on the backs of envelopes.
pupils. on Government Contracts Nearly 500,000 of the reJ: white
Purpose and Welcome: Mrs The program will Include the and blue stamps have been distributed
Elizabeth E. Johnson. use of a new transit ad car card, to public and private
Puppet Show: Mrs. Glendena Equal Job Opportunity "stamps"a social agencies concerned with the
Hays Wings! I Can Influence Others With
Thoughts My
Edwards, pupils of Liberty City television spot announcement, a elimination of discriminatory em-
Elementary. postmark advertisement for Equal ployment practices, and to em- THINKING!
Group singing: Led by Mrs. Job Opportunity Week proclama- ployers.
Sybil Farquharson, Mrs. Sadie tions by local officials. NOW OPENING FOR THE FIRST TIME
Johnson. 'The Committee's now oar card Agencies which are cooperatingin
Announcements: Miss: Ruby is scheduled for placement this the Committee's educational: For Advice and Help, Contact-
King. week in more than 100 communities !program this week Include the
!Discussion : Led by Mrs. from coast to coast. The American Jewish Committee, the
groups chairman Mrs. card's message Is that "Your Anti-Defamation League of D'nai
Inez Fryson, ; K STAR
.Andel Mickens Mrs. Glendena Government require Equal Job Drith, the National Conference of J
Christians and Jews and the National -
Edwards, Mrs. Ruth Jones, Mrs. Opportunity, regardless of race,
Azallna Pinkney. religion color or national origin, Urban League Psychic Reader Gifted Reader
Handicrafts: Mrs. Iona Dukes, in industry performing under I
Miss Eddie Mae Wilson. Government contract. Mon ; Reads your entire life; past,
Recreation: Donald fflylor. .than 30,000 copies of the card present, future. Tells you anything
Lunch: Mrs. Marian Henry, have been distributed Jor the ,Call TAYLORFR you wish to know without
Institute for
chairman, Miss Raymola Johnson, American Committee Democracy by the New York asking any questions.No .
Mrs. Carmita Brown, Mrs. Ar- 9.1703
thurine Strapp.Reports I City.A. matttr what your hops, fur or trouble may bt, I can and
: Chairman of each which filmed repeats spot the message announcement of the will help youl Give time and never falling advice on 111 a"alreof

group.Ins tails Uon of officers: Mrs. car card has been scheduled foe I life, such M love, courtship, marriage, health, business
Elizabeth, Mrs. Dora Paterson, showing on 178 television stationsin changes, wills, mortgages, "law suits, lost or stolen articles,
Mrs. Delores Covin. 41 states and the District of For Prompt, Efficient hidden treasur SATISFACTION QUARANTEEDI'
Columbia. servicePhone
Governors and Mayors In many
J B. SMITH parts of the nation are expectedto PL 4.4909RUDY'S Gives Your Lucky Days Your Lucky. NumbersNo
the -week of May 11
proclaim TV on. 'In trouble turned away-Como with wfthout money
to 17 M Equal Job Opportunity
ELECTRICSERVICE Week the committee said. Proclamations Private A Confidential R.adlnge-Rlldlnp for White A. Colored
already reported to the andRADIO
Include those of the
Committee REPAIR Not. Permanent Addrs**-Tak* bus 19, passes door every
Electrical Contractor Governors of Colorado and Illinois -
the board of commissionersof Guaranteed Service 16 mlnutts
HOUSEWIRING the District of Columbia, and
Call us" the mayors of Chicago, Denver, Pick up and Deliver 1650 N.W. 27th Avenue Miami, Fla.
Don't cuss Pueblo and San Francisco. t
PHONE NE 5-3058 Pftney-JBowes, Inc., Stamford! 9 a.m. to 10130 p.m. Hours Dally and Sunday t a.m. to f p.m/ Cfo. d Tuesdays :

Conn., manufacturers of postage 6801 N. W. 15th Aye.I Licensed: by City, ttsts, CountyTOP ,'
Night or Day meters, has produced a postmarked I 4'I
advertisement which I t I I I I II

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8 SATURDAY MAY ((17, 1958 ganza The will 1957-be'58 presented Musical Extrava-Monday, NE 5-3513 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

May ,19 in the school' auditorium.This .
year's extravaganza fea-

LIBERTY CITY ELEM. G. W. CARVER HIGH tures productions from Broad- SUNDAY'
way hits "Oklahoma," "Kiss Me FRIDAY, SATURDAY -

Victoria' Johnson and Eugene Last week the Student Council Kate," "Kit The Deck," and

Williams reigned over our May was busy planning for the com- "Another Opening Another NEI ixiA fi'S
Festival Activities on last Fri- ing year. The Council has asked Show." It is being directed by oawo o. z i r EtltST
day in observance of our annual all students who will be juniors Mr. Wally Futch and music by

May Day. "Vkkey", as she Is and seniors inert year ,to submit Willie Williams.Members .
known to her school mates, and application letters if they wish of the Future Nurses
Eugene made a ,pretty picture to become a candidate for an visited wards at Mercy Hospital,
sitting on the beautifully decorated office in the Council. May 11. This field trip was tak-
classof by junior and senior membersof
fourth en
throne. The grade On Monday night last the jun-
of which the F. N.
Mrs. Elry ,
ior class held its "A Night At
Victoria is a member, presented The Stork Club" which Jwas very On Thursday, May 9 the mem- .
I a (beautiful bouquet of flowers to successful. The music was playedby bers of the senior Honor Society '
the queen Eugene is a sixth Billy Hoik's All Star Band, gave a very entertaining '
grader from Mrs. Gladys Robin other activities were provided for chapel. During the program Mrs.t

son's class. Barbara: Thompsonand by the ,Hurricanes and the Calyp-' Nellie Clifton received a silver < : vNl
James Wallace, our last somans. tray from the Honor Society asa
year's queen and king crowned token of aptpreciatiin for her .
Victoria. and Eugene and pre- The band and chorus celebrated 31 years of service. ,f
sented trophies to them. National Music Week by pre- Junior Distinction Day will be

senting a gala assembly progrm. observed May 19. The theme is h
(Mr. Thomas A. Pogue and the of the schools this "
Many brought "You Have It We've Got It. The
patrol Iboys reported having hada week into light by featuring con- program is under the direction of .
wonderful time at the annual ,
certs and other musical activities. Mr. Leroy Washington. I I '
Patrol Convention in Washington -
D. C The 'boys who went to Liberty, Grand and Dorsey Who will be prom queen?

Washington are Gary Davis Parks' managers, sponsored an There are seven young ladies I I ROCK HUDSON 'JENNIFER JONES-YIrTORIO DESICJ
Joseph Gilbert, Arthur Marsh All Girls. tournament recently. competing for the title and they

Resell Robinson, Alfred Scott, Our own Cassie Plummer was are seen qualified. They are clN* IAs00P 3
Oswand Turner and Reginald the high point girl in, the tour- Juanita Paul, Bertha Smith, Ann
Walker. Mr. Pogue is one of our nament. Other participants in the Mortimer, Beverly Clark, Clem- "RAWHIDE"Tyrone
physical education instructorsand tournaments were Eileen Carter entine Sheperd, Ethel Smith and

a sponsor of the patrol boys., who placed first in the 200 yard Edith McCloud. Power Susan Haywood
Members of the County Wide
relay, second ia the broad jump
/Mrs. Ethel Wilkinson, a teacherof and Student Council reorganized on
second in the high jump, an- I.
one of our special adjustment other was Annie Grace Green Monday, May 7. Some of the officers -
classes, was really surprised on who placed second in the 75 yard elected for the coming year MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

Mother's Day when her daughter dash. Cassie as high point girl, are: President, Willie Green; vice
Johnnie Mae Ray dropped in on placed first in the 75 yard dash, president, Alfred Gibson; secre- !
her. Johnnie Mae is a senior atBoylenHaven tary, Gwen Love.
high jump and first in 200 yard I GUI
School in Jack- Awards Day will be held May
relay along with Green and Car-
sonville. Along with Johnnie Mae 'ter. 22 at 9:30 ,ajn. This day is one THE CAPTAIN PREFERRED THE I
were Mrs. Annette Espy, a teacher Ellen /Bethel, reporterR. of the many activities sponsoredby MERRY MAIDS ON LAND TO l'
at Stanton High in Jacksonville the Student Council. Any per- THE MERMAIDS AT SEA! ,
and Mrs. Pauline Williamsof sons or organizations wishing. to R

Fort Pierce. They are sistersof R. MOTONLast give awards are asked to please
Mrs. Wilkinson.Our contact the school. yy

I annual Declamation Con- : week brought to a close Dorothy Jenkins, :eporterMother's
our special remedial. reading pro-
test 1W1ll1be held
on Friday evenIng -
We feel a definite im-
at 2 p.m. in the school's Day at St. h fA
provement in the area of readingas
cafetorium. Participants will '
i come a result of( this The
program. Augustine's Church
from the fourth, fifth and sixth ,
climax was a fitting one, as the
grade classes. Our
guest speaker
l for the evening will be little. same day of completion Mrs Mother's Day held a special

Debra Everett, the charming: Florence Lutz, Reading Super- meaning for the seven boys and
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AMin vistor of Dade County, visited girls who made their First Holy
I with us. She remained here the Communion at St. W6 41 PIt
Everette. Mrs. Everette (Ruth) la I Augustine'sCatholic
one of our first grade teachers entire day, and had the opportunity Church on this '(most
and Debra is a student at Jack- I of visiting several classrooms beautiful of) days. -
son's Toddle Inn. during the course of the The ceremony was performed
day. A meeting followed where at the 11 o'clock DOBlsrUTCHOOCOT
Alese Gill, principal Masa. by Rev. JiVMES
there was time given for the fine Thos. J.
Alexine DeLancy Goggin and included
expressions suggestions' and effective A UMIe
Fred Blakely, Larry (Miller, Bernard -
:POINCIANA PARK displays and aids found in Rayford, George Simpson,
the different classrooms. Mrs.
Etta May Russell, Diana and
Poinciana Park Elementary had Lutz brought us many helpful Joanne Simpson. They were
its last PTA meeting Thursday hints, ideas and materials which guests of the St. Monica Guild ata tt-
night and it was a gala affair will aid in strengthening our Communion "Breakfast after
with singing and Playing games. reading program. She expressedher Mass.
Everyone enjoyed it to the high satisfaction of the reading
est. program here at Moton. 1 D

.... >M M WHO
The remarks by Mrs. Pittman Plans are in the making for CONDITIONED I
was interesting and everyone was the celebration of our Annual IKNEWTOO :MUCH

listening closely to what was be- Color Day {Exercises. The Student CAPITOLTHEATRE IINHIOOIC'............ '-
ing said about the welfare of our Council and its sponsors promisean "Ml"ll........................... -. .
children. ,enlightening and enjoyable .ecLCII' wTi. U5if"
affair. A, surprise to be made
The officers elected for the fol- public on this day will be writ- SAT. MIDNIGHT

lowing term are as follows: ten about it h. next.week's SUN., MON.. TUBS.

column. Be sure to read it. "SATCHMO STARTS THURSDAY
First vice president, Mrs. Edna THE
Orchids to Miss Orb Clarke
Thompson; recording secretary, and her second grade class for GREAT'With
Mrs. Daisy Ferguson; historian, such' timely Mother's Louie Armstrong
,a Day pro-
Mrs. Allen; parliamentarian, Mr. I .Saddle; The \iWrndv ': :1
hst+n chaplainRev?
; assetle ":
'. .... . ". .>O.': ->_- .V.l'. WNA.iRobert. : '! '.lets .., :

i. j : !S3z.. t'ittman. PiJD cpresi As__ the,,school).yea t;:naars' .the: '. i .lLh"::
'" .
t aat. : : : : ... ;-,.. "''''''';'- .;; ,;;
: J: :_ Jya efl e""find'the sizUrgrlwders'endtheir ( 1 t "--,. 4_.. -
sponsors deeply engrossed,
PHYLLIS WHEATLEYDuring in preparation for the presentation BUNCHETHEATRE -

of a series of dramatic plays .,.., t
the assembly hour the
to be included in school STf=RUN
fourth grade sponsored 6 play I our OPA LOCK HAYDEN
activities. More
closing about this
entitled, "The Sand of Health." I Ttl. NA 1-7822 PAMELA
at later date.
Also during the hour Phyllis I SUN., MON.. TUE DUNCAN
Wheatley chapter of the Gra-Y The principal and several James Stewart and
presented a short program.I During members of the faculty attended Audi Murphy In
the program the members oi the culmination: of a self-study
the GraY track team were presented program at A. L. Lewis and Na- "Night Passage"Tochnlrama
awards as the results of ranja Elementary on 'Tuesday. Color

the initial track meet sponsoredby Reports of their visit we feel sure plus
the Carver Branch of the
will be'very. helpful and enlight Alan Freed Little 'RichardDon't
YMCA. These awards were presented ening.

by Phillip F. Dixon, athletic Linnte W. Fannin prtrripalD. Knock (The Rock
director of the Carver "Y", U -ii
An 'award was given for sportsmanship S. Sawyer, reporter

and cooperation In producing -
the winning team to
Frank E. Jones, advisor of the ''Jennifer' Jones RITZTHEATRE

4FTOUP. Frank D. Ross, program
secretary, made an address that
wad timely in keeping with thprincipals' in, Farewell to Arms'Jennifer
and concepts of thePb I
Jones plan the role MAY It 11 ,. 20Autfta I

.Tbe,. llllis, Wheatley family I I at Nurse Catherine Barkley IrI Murphy ,
ragret .the loss of Miss Mildred David O.. SeIm1ck'aDe Cinemascope,
Clark's mother Mrs. Moncur of ,. Luxe Color production of Ernest I
Hen np1.y" ,"A, Farewellto LAND"Plua
Miami.nThe ,services were held at
the"Sti: Agnes 'Episcopal Churchon Arms," a' Twentieth CenturyFox ,

Monday. release ,now playing at the Randolph $oott GUMFFGIn79U

.(Mrs 'J. D. Johnson presentedher LJbCity Theatre. Rook Budsofn: 'Seven Men From Now I
final performance for the and Vittorio De Ska are ,also

year.. entitled.. "Awako, Tb Mar" starred.



:NEW MT. ,CALVARY .> I 'Mt."Sinai's.Home ;. ,RecrcationaI.r'.k '''Y.'I ," ,; "',r..,,It(E rMIAMI l..:'MMES--"ThePeoples'? Newspaper .. .

Rev Edna E.W..Thompson P. Tarpley, reporter, pastor Coming' Day I ,* Committee In. '\.r",v I $A'URIAY: !MAY,17, 1&58 .PAGE 0lu

(Plans for that mammoth i' r
Successful Meet -: -, J
,,,. .
Sunday School was opened at Homecoming Day are complete "

the usual hour by our superintendent and the membership of Mt. Sinai The bade County Committee'r rSurprise PartyMrs. SEN. HOLLAND :
N. Miller. We had a Baptist Church' 1419 NW 5th. : I'
larger .attendance. in each class. place of which the Rev. S. A. For Recreational Development Colon .:and .Mrt.. Clowney DEPLORES JAX "'
The lesson was reviewed !by the Thomas is the pastor, is ready to meeting last first public mass gave their sister, :Rosa Allen, a
greet their former Thursday night al surprise birthday dinner on Sun.. BOMBINGS .
pastor. many members 1
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, Rev, day May 4 at 2 pm. The dining :
visitors and ,
Morning prayer and devotion friends, says J. N. Byrd pastor. (Following the recent bombings ,
were led by Deacons Melton and Deacon J. D. Stokes, the ,general room was decorated with beauti- of a Jewish Synagogue and a Negro i

ROSS. Devotion service was highly chairman. This grand day of warship -. The primary purpose of the ful glade, Turkey was hot served rolls school in Jacksonville, Flea.da's
all the'tr1mm.1ngs
enjoyed. Both messages were is expected to be a very' meeting was to work toward securing ,with Senior Senator Spessard L.
memorable one for the and everything: ,. and a beautiful Holland, released a statement deploring -
delivered by our pastor. Morn many more adequate, well
birthday cake .and, ice cream
ing subject 'Mothers. The Jr. guests present equipped, supervised playgrounds the lawless acts and ex-
choir rendered service for the day Services throughout the day, for the Dade County community; pressing confidence that the gull
and usher board No. 1. The even- 11 ajn, 3 pjn. as well as the Tallahassee Council ty partes will be punished to'the
Ing message subject: "PackingUp. 7:30 pm.. evening worship will Mrs. Elizabeth Virrlck, prominent !- 'SecondAnniversary : fullest extent of the law. I
." Sister Oren (Brown is home include inspirational as ,well as Miami civic and community I Observes ( Senator Holland's statement on
from the hospital. She lives at spiritual uplifting messages along worker' was the principal speaker the bombings follows:
2300 NW 71st lane. She sends with beautifully sung soul stir- on the occasion Mrs. Vinick delivered '"I am deeply shocked over the
thanks to,all'who sent her flow ring musical, selections by the a very practical address. The Inter-Civic Council, Inc lawless bombing Incidents that
and cards on Mother's Day. very capable choirs .of the filled with much common sense: of Tallahassee, will 'celebrate Its took place in Jacksonville early
church, as well as special guest She pointed out that there's second anniversary' ; !May 18-21. yesterday. This outrage does Tnot !
artists. much that each indivdiual can The four-day 'celebration will represent) oral) attitude of the ,I
Forty Hour's'Devotions .A variety of dinner will be do to help! In this cause. Each be held at Bethel AME Churdh, people of Florida in racial matters

served n the basement after the one can make himself a committee Fountain Chapel AME Church and, 1 am.very sure that they
morning worship. So come pre- of one, to tell his neighbors, and Bethel Baptist Church re- will not condone or tolerate such
pared and feel free to worshipand In church at the grocery store, spectively.The Irresponsible criminal 'behavior.
Holy- Redeemer will open ittForty dine as the guest of Mt. on the corner, etc., about what committee, headed by the /I am confident that the full
Hours' Devotions May 18. Sinai's membership. the plans are and what the pro- Rev. II. McNeal Harris, is seek strength of the State's law en-
at the 11 am. Mass. ject hopes to do, and solicit the ing to have on the program out- forcement agencies,will be directed -
The sermons on Sunday, Mon help of all. standing leaders from across the toward early apprehension and
day and Tuesday nights will be Crowning CeremonyAt country, Among the speakers will punishment of the guilty parties.
given by the Rev. Thomas Mc. ; Holy RedeemerSunday Four separate committees were be Dr. Anna Arnold Hedgeman, I have urged the Attorney' Gen-
Dermott, Rev. Louis Roberts and recommended and will be formed assistant to the Mayor of New eral and the director of the FBI
Rev. Hugh Flynn, Evening devo- May 11, Mother's Day as a result of the meeting. York City, Robert F. Wagner and to lend every possible assistanceto
tions will begin at the hour of was chosen by the members of These are the research, publicity, the Rev. Martin Luther King, these .agencies ,in bringing, to
8:00, and Masses on Monday and Holy Redeemer' Catholic Church policy-making and public rela- Sr., pastor of Ebenezer Baptist justice the person,or persons responsible *
Tesday mornings will be at 5.30. I to carry out the traditional ceremony Uons committees. These commit Church.- Atlanta.Thele for; the violence."
am. and 8:30: a.m. of honoring. ,Mary, the tees will begin work Immediately i ied"peaker at t b e .
The ,Litany of the Saints and Mother of God by crowning opening night will be Dr. Hedge I'
statue that The meeting was a direct fol- man. A musical featuring allwho would Join in the gtruggie
the' Pangs Lingua will be sung represents her. ,' extravaganza -
by the Holy] .Redeemer School Before the 11 o'clock Mass the low-up of a project of the sociology the church choirs and for first class citizenship. The
choir, for both the opening and children, clothed in white and class at Northwestern, Mrs., other outstanding musical talents. address of the council is 603
closing of the devotion. blue, the colors in honor of Our Lemmie Mitchell, teacher.:: will be Monday evening. Floral St., Tallahassee, Fla.

Hours of adoration will be Blessed Lady, formed a line In I I I The class recently made a Rev. King will speak Tuesday

after .the 11 am. Mass until 8.. the school's open corridor. First special study of playgrounds and night and president's address and
in\ line Howard Coldbrook he' coronation of "Miss Freedom"Wed.ncsday REGISTERTODAY
pjn. on Sunday; after the 630 wag other recreational facilities in the
am. Mass until 8 p.m. on Mon grade eight, carrying a banner. area. The group also circulated a night will close the
day and Tuesday, when the Next stood the small boys proudly -;: petition In interest of Improving. meeting.
solemn closing will take place. I showing pennants bearing the such facilities. The Dade County A contribution is asked from
II I name of Mary. In the same line Committee for Recreational Development
walked the other boys of the is working in con.
St. Paul AMEMissionary school 'who: had* chosen to make I I junction with the class in its pro '"YOU' AUTO LAUGH NOWI"Don't. !

Society it a real Mother. Day and honor I ject. A significant: appeal for the

Mary in prayer and song. t f project was made by the students. .'piss ,this (iGreat HELL'S-A-POPPIN (SHOW
Reorganizes After the boy a section, Russ
I Jolllvette led the procession of Members of the committee are
I the living Rosary formed by the Rev. P. N. Byrd, Neal Adams,
St. Paul AME Church NW Blanche
Kenneth Williams Calloway
girls and boye. Eugene Kemp, ,
19th and 4th court in
,At the given signal after sing.lug Dr. E. A. Ward, Anthony Simons,
sweeping change set its organization
chairman and Elliott J. Pleze.
the procession moved
a hymn,
for 1958. The senior Missionary Proudly, Presents
solemnly toward the parking
Department elected the Atty. Henry Arlington aided the
lot and stood Rosary formation
following officers:: Mrs., enretta during the entire recitation of committee in getting the city ,officials A STAR STUDDED REVUEAt

Ferguson, president; Mrs. Hen- the Rosary.. The parents and : to attend the meeting. .
retta White, vice president; Mrs. adults participated by answering Also present at the meeting The ,Popular.
Robert Jackson: secretary; ;, :Mrs. the while viewing the I was Mrs. Ida RatcUffe, principalof I
Ann Shennett: treasurer, and pleasing prayers sight tram the side of Northwestern; Mn. Mitchell,
Mrs. Rachel James, the Northwestern: Hospitality
Mrs. Mollie Parham,' cbaPWn'1 the The lot.children and people then I Committee, Miss Beatrice Torres, JIM JAM CLUB

served the senior society for went into the church while the : president of the Sociology Calls,
many years was named president children's choir sang the Litanyof Charles Black, president of the

emeritus Baker of was the society.appointed Mrs.super Lucille her Our Lady titles.enumerating someof others.Students' Council, and many 1900 N.W. 75th St. Phone PL 9-8651

visor of the Young People De- During many the crowning hymn, Appropriate music for the occasion
partment. Mrs. ,Lucille D. Sneed, Tometra Hopkins, preceded by was furnished by the FEATURING

president of the North Miami Mary Ruth Brown carrying the Southland Singers, James Paul, Return Engagement of the Hilarious! . .
District Missionary Department, placed the manager. The Rev. A. J. Reddick,
flower trimmed crown,
and supervisor of the ,Missionarywork on the statue. The other pastor of St. James AME, servedas
of the local church, is calling crown children acting as attendant to master of ceremonies. Chickie Horn.

all young women auxiliary these girls were: Betty Gardner,
who have been named
Regina Jollhrette, Keys Gary,
by the pastor to meet her Sunday Lottie James, Gloria Collier, ,WHY BOARD AS "MADAM EFFIE THROCKBOTTOM"
afternoon'at the church at 9 Deshazior.
Thelma I
pm. The purpose of this meetIng Marva McIver played the organ I Room Apt.PRIVATE .. HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMANDSPODEEODEE
is to organize the younger,
for the ceremony and the recessional. -
women of the church into a working After that (Holy Mass was ,
unit to help where ever help offered by Father DeVaney and Bath Entrance

is needed. The following persons then Benediction of the Blessed Stove Bed f- Table NYC
have been called: Mrs. Famous Comedian, Direct From The Apollo Theatre,
Eames-I Sacrament was given. Chair Dresser Hot
tine Robinson, Miss ,I
Mrs. Topley, Mrs. Jimmle Wil Water Birdie WallaceAdmission

son, Miss Lucille TImmons, Mrs. $11.00 Week ..Plus, Sw onlbi d
.. Maybell Perry, Mrs.! Catherine Pt.pJ..t<- .: .r. ,'\ ;; ... ; .,:" .; .f "' .........e. t;.,, '1"""
.. .Call TAYLOR : For 1"0..2 ; ...
.. ..... .. .. .. "' ;:
',Joaesy: Mls Geneva:Campbell :.. .. ', '-'- ....;y.JCKIe.;:. \;,, ,
and'J4&:: :: ;%4tl1 Ccnir : -...: -,: jjjjfry V'
Theadorla StraiAghtttr, .. : 5238.'IN.W Sljmzy
..... ......, ;. .,..,:: .'....-,. ....-::"-. >::... ,
; <:., :At:; ti'm "Witt.the organize pastor. Rev.Ft.'EC.j&eetl this. .. ; FR: .9-1703 : _': ; T &&*'M&g rC'? &&

group of young women into a
workng'unit.. 50c

The men of St. Paul in a recent JAMES'
meeting set their organization Fri., Sat. and Sun. Adm. 75e

for the Men Day celebra
tion, which will convene on Sun- TABLES FREE
day, June 8. 5 & lOc STORE SHOW TIME
' The men elected Mr. Eddie L.
Brinson as chairman and Mr. Phone FR 3-9481 ,Thursday ,..............*........., 11 P1"
Wilfred :Htastla M co-chairman, 1200 N.W. 3rd Ave. Friday and Saturday..... 10,30-1-3

Leander A.. Jackson, secretary, Sunday..., ,................ 6t30-10:3
and Joe B. i Robinson, treasurer. Bug Spray, can ,,,__'H 34' Special Surprise Guest Artists ,at ,Late
The other officers will be nam- Tabteetotht, ea. Saturday Show
ed In release. .. 381Curtain'
our next 1.00 Spray Gun, .a. -
The men of st. Paul are leave Plastic Drapes, pro r. : Thursday Nite

lag. no stone unturned to see pro __ 1.81 Towels. .a. __'H, 201Bedsprads Amateur Show

Ii that everything.. is carried out to Panties, 'pro _-.::.-- 1Plants Added Feature: Sack Contest
,. a "T. ...
In a church conference held 1.18 "Who Will Look.Best in a Sack?"
UmbrsIla', es; &-- ,
. A61
I... .
last month they voted unanimously & Of.

to raise money for the -o- MUSIC BYBERT
erection of a new St. pauL The
monty we collect in this Men' Dr. material, Simplicity Pdftm< lSW. Ippers. threads

j Day rally; will gt to the building *...*!... button. Mam binding latl rthrwcto .mbrtld.ry, crochet WALLACEAnd
I fund toaaore. Each matr to and to embroider, dresser scarves curtain. *, "-
asked to pay Z on the apodalfund. ollc'oth,.future*. His Quintet
dishes. ,
and <
rod '
For tbe- Df'W; church.: : Who dupes ti pam
dmrea.lees been divided,Into too
S IMONIV' private parties organizations, club.
groups and each, member will We cater to ,
f pay fclr'or her $25 to the croup ORDERS KEYS MAD 'churches, weddings, dance etc. '

. J I on which your name appear. The ... ill MO ClOMd Sun.
730 p.m.
I pastor to very anxious that every Every day.-7:45 *.... to p.m.
in the M en'f
member participate
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I .1 N. F. Clark, pastor
E. Monroe
/.f Rev. J. reporter

Would you like to drink: some'
FRANCIS XAVIER NEW BETHEL BAPTIST special religious tea. 'Well let me
tell you where to get It. It will
N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. 1571 N.W 68th Terr. be served at the home of Bro.
Phone FR 91424MASSrS Rev. G. Jones, pastor and Sister Liverpool Johnson,
Sunday School........... 9:45: a.m 1755 NW 68th St., Sunday; May;
Daily .................................... 8 a.m. Morning worship .................. 11:00:: 19 1958 at 2:30 A
Sunday........... 7 a.m. & 8:30 a.m. Evening worship ................... 7:30: special, program will pjn be rendered. very-

We invite tocome
you and yours
St. Matthew AME Zion ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. out and take a part. Sponsored .

1628 N.W. 5th Ave. O. W. Foster, pastorA. by the Missionary; Board.A .
Rev. A. H. Ferguson, pastor L. Johnson, reorter very good time awaits ;you.

Sunday School............... 9:45 am. Last: Sunday; everybody who
Morning Worship ............ 11 a.m. The congregations of Antioch attended our Mother's Day; ser-
Evening worship ............ 7:30 p.m. and Shilo Baptist churches were vice enjoyed themselves very;
again Inspired with spiritual in- much, especially the evening ser-
spiration. The assistance (pastor of vice. The young ladies presenteda
Antioch rendered the
; morning great pageant entitled, "Moth-
Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporterRev services with the No.1 choir offering er's Bible." We Invite the public
E. A. Culmer, pastor the music. Rev.! W. T. to attend all our services at a
--- Thompson offered as his topic I church with a message by; God's

CORINTH BAPTISTMeets ST. JAMES BAPTIST Sunday School began at the for the. morning, "A Good Mother. : messengers and the choirs that
usual hour with the superintendent ." The sermon was truly in- sing the sweetest music on earth.

every 2nd and 4th.Sundayat 323 N.W. 14th St. Marva Trotman. Lesson was spiring. Come and listen. You are always
Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor reviewed by Miss Trotman. All welcome.
Church. Sunday Services of the mothers were honored Rev. Day, a visiting mlnistoffered ,

Sunday; School....................... 9:30 Sunday School........... 9:30 ajn. with corsages, also the teachers'or the evening sermon. His! : ST. JAMES A.M.E.Dr. .
Morning worship ................ 11:30 Morning Worship ........ 11:00 a.m. Mother's Day; by; our super- topic, "The Blind Man on The
Evening Service .................. 7:30: BTU .......................?...... 5:30: p.m. Intendent. We want to thank you Jericho Road," was indeed beautifully A. Joseph Reddick pastor
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor, Evening Worship ............ 7:30 p.m. for your wonderful surprise to delivered and spiritual Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter
gospel preacher and successful Visitors always welcome us on Mother's Day. May God uplifting.
Services at St. James on last
bless all. Services began at
pastor. TRINITY WESLEYANRev. 11 with Mrs. Higgs In :May 18 the pastor and congregation Sunday were at its best at both
charge. Scripture by Mrs. E. K. are having Men's Day and morning and evening wOrship.
FIRST UNITARIAN George E. Johnson, pastor .Johnson; solo, Mrs. Sybil Gibson; Woman's Day combined. We are The huge crowd that attended
Sunday; May 18, has been des- Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter prayer, Mrs. M. Mitchell; speaker extending to you a cordial invitation the services'were Inspired by til*
ignated as Children's Sunday at Sunday School................... 9 a.m for the morning, Mrs. S. Far- to worship with us on ''I.. sermon preached by; the pastor,
the First Unitarian Church, Dix- Morning worship .................... 11:00: rington who brought us a wonderful that day.; as the songs rendered by; the
ie Highway; at SW 29th Road. At Young People's Meeting 5 p.m.I Mother's Day message. "Too few of us are big enoughto various choirs as they paid tribute -
the 11 a.m. service the children Topic, "Mothers of Yesteryears become little enough to 1 be to the most precious Jewel of
will present a special program MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST which was very Interesting, timely; used by God." all "Mother." Accepted Into"till

and all teachers and assistantsIn I and enjoyed by; all. Two+ babies membership' was Mrs. Ruth
Rev. I. C. Mkkins, pastor MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. Copeland. The fifth annual
the church school will be formally were baptised end three mem-
recognized. Rev. Genn O. The women of Mt. Olivet bers Joined the Christian family.No. S. A. Thomas, pastor Youth Day observance will beheld
Canfield will preach on "Let Baptist church will observe their 2 choir rendered music with Sunday School opened at the June 15 with Phyllis Peterson -
This be Our Dream. eighth annual Woman's Day Sun- Mrs. G. McFord at the organ. as chairman and Milton
The last Community Group has day, May 18 at 11 a.m. and 1:30: No. 2 ushers served.At usual hour with superintendent Jones, vice chairman. This event,
been scheduled for Monday, May Thomas and Murray at their sponsored by the young people of
19, 8:15 pm. at the home of Mr. pm.The 7:30 devotion was led by; I posts of duty. The opening of the our church and community, is
end Mrs. Robe B. Carson, 637 NE speaker for the morning Mrs. U. Higgs, scripture by; Mr. Sunday School was preceded IWtth promised to be the best ever
81st street. service will! be Mrs. Mallie Hunter M. Taylor, prayer, Mrs. A. Sands, I a i ten minute devotional period i of held. The sick' and:; shutlns are
The annual dinner and meeting: a faculty member of Doug- Mother's Day poem; Mrs. C. which Is proving to be very helpful Mrs. Annie Edwards, Mrs. Mattie
of the congregation (will be heldat las Elementary school. The even- Bain; trio, Mrs. S. Dawkins, Mr. and Inspiring in many ways Sharpe, /Bro. Jerome Jamison and,
the church on Friday, May; 23 Ing service will !feature a guest O. Newbold and Mr. A. Bain; to the Sunday School. Most of the Bro. (Herbert Knowles.
with dinner served at 7 p.m. end soloist, Mrs. Vannie Toomer, 8 short talk, Mrs. M. Culmer; solo, teachers and other officers are on During the services on next
the meeting beginning at 8 p.m schoolteacher( of Broward Coun- Mrs. B. Kee;' reading, Mrs. time for work. Sunday the pastor 'will deliver
The meeting Is, called for the ty.. F. F. Gs, number one choir rendered both> the morning and evening
election of officers, adoption of: music, No. 1 ushers sen !Last Sunday being Mother messages. He will be at his best
the annual budget, revision of the SALTERS CHAPEL AME ed. Remarks by our pastor. Day a large attendance was ex- at both of these services, therefore -
by-laws and \brief reports of the pected. The auditorium was almost !- an invitation Is extended to
We want to thank Mrs. M.
year's; work. Rev. J. S. (Blake, pastor filled to its capacity, which you to be present and worship
Gibson and Mrs. V. and
Ruth Twiggs, reporterOh Higgs presented( a beautiful sight to be- with us. You will always find atSt.
Mrs. G. McFord
for bringing
hold. attired In their James friendly welcome.
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY People most a
sing unto the Lord a new such wonderful Mother's D a 7 .
comely costumes for the honored
Mr. Thomas Baumgartnei 1 song for he hath done marvelous program. Mrs. Ambrlster was the occasion. TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.
North Miami businessman, win things. honored mother and was presented -,
speak on "The Search For Truth"at Sunday School was opened as by a bouquet of flowei Worship service was good. The L. A. Thompson, pastor
the Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th I! usual by (superintendent Sister by Mrs. L. Pearn and: Mrs. M. minister delivered an appropriatesermon
ave., 7:45 pjm Sunday, May 18. Agnes Davis. AU teachers were Walkerwas/ honored as the for Mother's Day: Ezekiel Nine persons, Including the
All races and faiths are invited. at their post. There was a large youngest mother with most 16:47, "God's Displeasure of Inconsistent Rev. E. Hepburn and the intermediate -
attendance. Many; mothers accompanied children, Mrs. ,Walker, the most Mothers." teacher, Mrs. Esther
THE INCARNATION their children. At 11 grand children. All were presented Campbell! were given birthday
a.m. after devotional service thmeeting corsages by Mrs. K. Johnson.We Homecoming at Mt. Sinai Sunday honors in the Sunday; School on
Fr. E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar was turned over to the I had as our eiuest the South- May 18. Don't miss this af- Sunday. Mother's Day; was very
Veronica O'Berry, reporter program committee, Mrs. Rosetta land Singers who stirred our air. Good service and wholesome fittingly observed. Mrs. Susan
SUNDAY Sullivan as mistress of ceremony.; I. hearts. entertainment Is prOD Sed. Hepburn, oldest mother of the
Church School and Adult A most enjoyable program was You are urged to come and spenda congregation was Queen for the

Bible Class .................... 9:30 a.m rendered at 530 pm. ACE GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. day in worship and religious day; and the youngest mother, L.
Solemn Sung Mass and League. At 7 p.m. following devotional enjoyment with. us. You are welcome Johnson, shared the honors.
Sermon ...*................... 11:00 a.m. service the meeting was James Culmer, pastor once, twice and thrice. Do The church celebrates Its 26th
Episcopal YoungChurchmen again turned over to the program Eddie Edwards, clerkSunday not bring a lunch, we will have 'anniversary this week, and the
5:30 p.m. committee, Mrs. Flossie : School .........._. 9.30: a.m plenty tasty foods.D. program will close with a reception -
Confirmation Instruction Marshall, mistress of ceremony.; Morning worship .................. 11:00: B., .reporter Monday at 8 pjn. The public -
for Children ................ 5:30 p.m Choir No. 1 and 2 combined, Westminister Fellowship ?.. 6 pjn Is invited. Sunday services
Solemn Evensong and I rendered music for the day.; TRIUMPH CHURCH will. be ,as usual.

Sermon ......................... 7:30p.m. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST The Training Union will sponsor -
TUESDAY Mrs.! Rosa Johnson won the Prince H. Mobley, 'pastor a "Trip Around The 'World"

r Acolyte Practice .................... 6 p.m Prize for the oldest mother, Mrs. Rev. E. M. Thomas, paster Sister C. McKinney, nprterGod' on May: 30. Bus will leave the
WEDNESDAY Ruby Fayson for the youngest. Oretha Holder reporter lurch grounds at 8 p.m.

Low Mass ...................... 6:30 a.m you Come are always and worship welcome.with us, "0' give" thanks 'unto 'the I Lore: was' the, Provision subject of For the lesson Worship on

Evensong, Meditation and for he Is good, Ills mercy endur I Sunday past. Memory; verse: BETHANY S. D. A.
Confirmation ,Instruction : NEW MT. MORIAH eth forever In accord with this Sive unto the Lord the glory '
for Adults' .................... 8 p.m passage on the scriptures the services due unto his name: bring an offering Mrs.Elder G. Evelyn C. B. Rock Tynes, ,pastor'reporter
THURSDAY Rev. A L. Shipp, pastor began with the Sunday; and come Into His courts."
St. Mary's ChoirRehearsal Doris L. Hayes reporter School with Bro. Mann, superintendent Psalm 96:8. There are many; ways; : Men's Day; Is here at last. On
: ................ 5:30 p.m. In charge. The school in which one can define worship. Sunday, May; 18 this long await-
FRIDAY Sunday School began at the was largely attended. Some of these ways; are: Worship ed I event will take place at Bethany -
St. Cecelia's Choir Guild usual hour with a number In at- At 11 ajn. the devotional service 11 reverence for and obedience tothe ; Junior Academy, 6001 NW

Rehearsal ..................... 8 p.m. tendance. Lessons were reviewedby was conducted by; the junior eternal God of Heaven. Wor; 25th ave. at 5 pjn.
Note: Masses on All Saint and the classes and discussed by deacons. As usual on the second ship Is the upturning of the soul! The men of Bethany; 'will present -

Holy Days ............................ 6 am the teacher with the 'best of Sunday the Junior Church was li of t man to Its Creator. Worship isthe a very; Interesting program
I knowledge. I charge of the services. The music adoration of the finite for the They will also demonstrate what
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST At 11 a.m. devotional services I for' the morning 'was furnished infinite, of man for God. But men can do when they; work to-
were Inspirational. Choir No. 2 by the Junior choir which sang there Is not but one way to worship cebher.
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor md usher board No. 1 were In from Its soul. The morning's God and that Is with yom This program Is much talked
Claudia Wilson, reporter charge.: The church was crowded whole heart mind and soul.
message was delivered by; the about and we Invite all our
and beyond seating capacity
Sunday was Mother's Day and pastor from St. John 1927,, i friends to be present.
; throughout this glorious day The subject of the YPE band '
"Mother Behold Son Son The social that was given b1the
and we had a fine time with the dedicated to Mother. Thy "Know Thy Mother.scripture
!Behold Mother." men of Bethany on last Saturday -
was a
women in charge of the services found In Psalm 1133, Mark 3:33.
We began with a very Interesting Rev. Shipp delivered the message real Mother's Day sermon which ; night was a great success
Sunday; School. Ladies In directly; and with power and brought out the qualities of. Sunday; night was Mother's and very much enjoyed by all.
charge, followed by devotional spirit. His subject was "Mother." good mother and her son. night and everyone was paying There will be another social ODthla
service. Our pastor delivered both Sister C. Neil !was honored as tribute :to their mothers. The eervice Saturday night, May; 17 at
and Miss M. Honor thy; mother and thy conducted l Edwards. 1:30 at Bethany Junior Academy,
messages of the day.; Morning the oldest mother was ;);y Sis. -
text St. Matt. 12:48. theme. Who Humes as ,the ;youngest. They father that thy days may be long The testimony meeting so If you'd like to enjoy an evening -
Is my Mother? The evening text were given beaU't1tu1White gardenia upon the land of,the In rememberingthis the was opened up by Sis. '(Bertha of fun plan not to miss thisaffair.

was Collosslans 3-10, Christ Is corsages pinned on by; Mrs.L. children passage adults scriptures Williams (;yours truly mother) .
and rendered a
All. We had a very enjoyableMother' G. Shipp. A dinner was servedIn splendid at 3 In and many; others followed. The
honor of these mothers In the program pm. message for the ewnngw"/ delivered *
the morning. Day devotion.program following annex of the church.At honor of all mothers. In spite of by two of our Mothers. R...tlIi.....AMH.' '' P
the rain we had a large crowd
The No. 2 choir rendered music 7 pjrn. worship began witha Mother L. Marshall's subject: SUFFERERS
teSent. who seemed to have enJoyed -
for the No. 1 choir for the even- wonderful (prayer service. Choir kow Thy Mother. Text Psalm
In*. Ladies served as ushers. Our No. 1 sang God's praises. Usher ; the program. 113:1-7. Mother V. Mobley'; a subject IT TO*MV. *Ml Mints Malt. MMCMTT.vcnn. .
BTU began at 5:30: p.m. Come board No. 2 was at its best. Rev.O. Sunday night devotional service : "Obey; Your Parents In TheLord" M aCA& Ksao.ttaTATW movotKO. MMUUI.f *ovrTES V&&=
and visit us, ;you are welcome. At L. Garrett of Fort Lauderdale was conducted by the Junior Text Ephesians 6:1. Our roaD TA1 OST a naUena.o. ICAL
Friendship you will find a warm delivered an Inspiring sermon, church deaconesses. The house pastor gave the closing remarks .ts Fos. OUOOswiins / ..
reception.: "Go and Wash in Jordon Seven was again filled to Its capacity; Subject "The Church Is Free."
Times and thy :flesh shall come The male chorus rendered the Text "Galatlans 4:28. The visitors .

gain to thee, and thou shalt be music. The night's message was for the evening were Mr. andMrs. ..
We ,thanked the Lord for delivered by Rev. J. IL Stephens J. Robert ana Fred Williams. ... ...... ........
lean. ; .. ..
Advertise It Pays! of .-............. .
his goodness to us. rhe Commission Christ. -

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THE MIAMI,, 'r-IMES--"The: People Newipaper". Hospital ,Needs Smalley's Paradise
,, ' 'rii 1 MONEY. '
SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1958 PAGE 11 Volunteer WorkersThe Defends Good NameIn NEED 4
Then Hurry to The
new South Florida State a UP releaso from Tallahassee
. , . State Hospital in West Hollywood
I' . T' that appeared In the May Jamaica Candle ShopAt
has an urgent need for 1 issue of the Orlando Sentinel,
15th Ave
community, civic and church 6664
the ran a news article under
Along Freedom's Road groups reational to and participate entertainment in the pro.rec- paper the caption ."Hotel Loses" Where hundred. are being helped
License on Gambling Charge. Jamaica Blessed
grams for the colored patients I weekly from the
{The article stated: teal
I Oil and the Mystery dream
RUTH PERRY hospitalized with mental illness
By The Paradise Hotel in Miami ,
____u__- - - - _ _ _u_ _ ___ es. The majority of the patientsare lost Its license for six months Coma write or Call
I residents of Dade County, although yesterday because of alleged
PL 8-1354
A few weeks ago the student thrown all of their efforts behind others come from Brow- bookmaking.State Today Indf
senate at the University of :Miami resistance to' the Implementation ard and Palm Beach Counties. hotel and retaurant Com-
urged the administration to of the May 17 decision. Floridais Groups to sponsor dances in the missioner Richard Edgerton said
end segregation. By a 14 to 11 one of these states.A large auditoriums, to help with he suspended: the license after
vote, the student governmentbody Chicago newspaper recently sports programs, to visit lonely I finding ,the hotel guilty of taking
passed e resolution askingthe estimated that southern states people, to help with church and unlawful bets on horse races."
school not: to deny admission have spent more than two mil bible classes, to assist! with sew- I "The hotel in question," says
"because of race or skin color." lion dollars in attempts to defy ing project and to work side by .Mrs. Sarah Smalley of the Para-
the Supreme Court .decisions side 'with hospital personnel in dise Hotel, 363 NW 17th St., "13
Dr. H. Franklin' Williams, vice banning segregated public schoolsIn making life more pleasant for not the hostelry owned and operated IiiAdvertise
president and director of com- I Mississippi the state legislature the hundreds of patients. Among /by me for ,the past 23
munity affairs at the universitysaid .has had under consideration a the organizations now helping years. Undoubtedly the article
that the resolution was an proposal to let the White Citizens with hospital programs are the has reference to some other motelor
interesting expression of student Council fight desegregationwith Disabled American Veterans hotel In another section of Miami .
opinion and undoubtedly wouldbe tax money. Auxiliary and members of the that carries the same nameas
of interest to the board of Auxiliary of the Church of The my place. Several people have
trustees. !However, Dr. Williams IT IS YOUR FIGHT, TOO Transfiguration, both of O p a called me and are laboring under
added that the trustees make the ocka. Organizations are Invitedto the Impression that the charge
The NAACP needs the support ( visit the hospital for a complete "
final decision in such was against my hotel, said :Mrs.
and said that the one in questionwas of everyone who believes in jus- tour on any Monday afternoon Smalley, "and this Is not the It Pays!
tice freedom and equality This I -
quite complex.The starting at 1:30: p.m. Additional case."

taganlzation, 'will continue to information may be obtained N....,.-1 NM.--.-..------..--.-.-.-...-.-.-...N....N N---
resolution, passed with :work within the framework of the by contacting the hospital N..NN..N..NN.N.N.INN.NNN.N.N.
three student senators 'abstaining, i U. S. Constitution, as it has in director of Volunteer Service,
also called for student social. organizations the past. Many victories have Miss Jane Hayes at YU 3-4321, MUSIC
to rid their consti- been won but the struggle for or writing the hospital which is
tution of restrictive' clauses, con- civil rights is far from over. The located 3 miles west of State Road l.
cerning race, color, religion, creed. NAACP is increasingly threatened } (441) on Hollywood Blvd. i ANNOUNCING, OPENING OF
and national origin. !by the most desperate measures '
to destroy It or cripple its ------ SEYMOUR'S MUSIC STUDIO

CLARENCE MITCHELL effectiveness.This .
At 1366 NW.5th Ave. (second floor) V:
Clarence :Mitchell, director of Sunday, es you go to
the Washington bureau of the church, take a little time to VOICE PIANO ORGAN
NAACP, who will be In Miami in search within your heart. Are ExperiencedFor
I Our Teachers are Fully
meet- doing part in helping
June to address a dinner I you your
ing of the Miami Branch, has had I make a more democratic America Appointment Phone FR 1.9533 J19

many years legislative of experience matters and In and, a a more more democratic democratic Florida Miami?, & J DRUG DEPT. STORE '.".,,,,,.,,_..,,,,,,.,,,.,....,.,_....,......,.,,....'.....H.'._.........._........._
handling (410 N.W. 62nd 8t, Miami, Fla
problems arising in the executive !Remember May 17, and remembertoo
branch of government. His yearsIn that ,the NAACP does not .
Washington and his extreme stand alone in this struggle. It is II ::
interest in civil rights have made I'your fight for freedom also. GOING ,
and in-
him a very informative
teresting speaker. "Where is ,Thy BAREFOOTi WORLD'SGREATEST

The Washington bureau of the Brother?" on TV CM Re.
NAACP carried ,the major responsibility
for enactment of the Sunday "
law passed since COSTLYJohnson COLORED :
first Reconstruction civil rights Days. In com- The National Broadcasting Co. ,,
will present "Where Is Thy K..,
Mitchell has
it !Mr.
menting on ,
time this legislation Brother?" a TV drama starringEli t deeensabd..1 PSYCHIC
said: "In due ,
Wallach, as a special
will make the Congress Itself -
realistic reflection of ''the United Jewish Appeal's M slave tN READER
a 20th of humanitarian service .
the American scenoe because it year -14
will guarantee that future south- over the NBC television net- ::z:::
in the nation's work and WCKT on Sunday, ..
ern delegations legislative body will include May 18 from 6:30: to 7 p.m. EDT. -" .. PROFM
highest qualified colored men and Mr. Wallach, who won wide .... r. ,
acclaim for his leading role in .... ...... ) J. '" J
women. the film "Baby Doll" is flying .. .... III I' "1 '
ment to appear in the special / ",
The Powell Amendment to' the production of the UJA show.A HUNTER[
school Construction Bill was 'brief message by Dr. Morris

drafted by the :Washington Bureau Goodman, campaign chairman of PRO HUNTER
staff and introduced in the the Greater Miami Combined and Sons
successive sessions of Congress Jewish Appeal which is affiliated Shoe Shop If you art sick, worried or b trouble this U tho

by Congressman Powell at with the nationwide United place to come. Don't stay la the rut, push back the
MitchelL Re- Jewish Appeal, will be heard at 15th' Ave.
of Mr. N.W.
the request 6570 hold In track
cently Mr. Mitchell testified before the close of the program. veil of bad luck that foetus to you your ,
the House subcommittee on REPAIHING and advance forward by the help of God under th.

special education, saying that officials - Wbllt Yot leadership of Prof. Hunter who has '30 years of ex, ,
of eight southern states We lave Your Walt Solet- perlenct In spiritualist and occult science. Make your

cannot be trusted to administer Call TAYLORFR He will show how to bypass
type of federal assistance to Fin Shoe Repairing home happy. you your
education any without anti-segrega Sheet Shlned and Dyed. enemies and get the things that life demands for you.

tion safeguards., 9.1703 Phone PL 99190

Speaking further Mr. Mitchell
said, "We ask that no state be
given any funds unless its appro- STRENGTH SERVICE SECURITY
priate officials pledge that they
will be spent in conformity with
the requirements of the U. S. Central Life Insurance Co.
Supreme Court decisions of May
17, 1954 and May 31, 19M, in
the school desegregation cases:' Your Friendly Company

MAY 17
May 18 has been designated by
the NAACP as Freedom Sunday. Offering
It was on May 17, 19M| that the Located at the Hooter BOW psychic studio OB'
United Endowment
Supreme Court down of the its unanimous 20 Year Payment Life and Educational Pembroke Road, $ ... west of HaUa tart, Ffa. on

States decision handed declaring that in Endowment ai Age 65 at Age 18Paidup the aorta stdo of the road 1 toll., ... of 7th art.

the field of public education the Life & 20 Year Endowment Carver Ranches, Signs art placed OB the top of threo

doctrine of separate but equal Endowment at Age 65 15 Year Endowment I lory buD",. O4Not la fa t the dapts la the front oftUbtUldJaf.

has no place. Juvenile Estate Builder Whole Life .

Some of the Southern Statea Mortgage, Redemption 15 Payment Life lie ha* more power taaa any otixgraodtea.

have Supreme started Court to comply decision with( but the Health Hoapitalization 20 Payment Life Yo. will Urn far advanced la feaowt*

these states are mostly border .....
line. In the deep South five Home Office READINGS FROM $1.00 UP
and nave
states are 1416 North Boulevard, Tampa. Fla. UOIMtS4 tY STATS. AMD OOUMTY
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,PAGE,42 SA'I1JRDAY.1dAY 171958? Progressive ',Club HMR YIh4 EAR 'vir ::. 'ness pn and TuesdaVT Professional*'"l i.'a

,. .Tq i"- all of ,the Subordinate Club of MtmelUBrinelWTWCA:
Members. of the. Young Wo- Lodges working under the pro-. met at thehome. ; of Mr-Betty;
men's Progressive,Club were very tectfpn \he'Most Worshipful Peoples Dobson. DOIcex* disappointed after arriving at,the Union Grand Lodge, F. and AJM.' Incoming year .were .elected: '1
:LrtfcGood' Morning Wi e ParaviUa Convalescent Home on and Jurisdiction, P. {HI A. at Zehna Black,:'president: Gladys
; Mother's Day and were flatly; refused 410 Broad St., Jacksonville: ""Blciharcbon\ vice (pr.aWdeht. ; Jot
".: A'. permission. to render the This Is to advise you that L.; G. Ann Spencer Secretary; DdorcfEarte
'f't.New. From Miami's Municipal Precinct Co1W, : program and serve the, ,refreshments : Bode's commission aa Deputy has assistant -secretary. ;-,Gloria
., . which they took, and been revoked. He Is not to set up Braynon, lreaurer"u' ...GTjwdolyijDullard ;
1 JUDGE JOHN D. JOHNSON, Presiding' '-,* presents along, with. other donations. or visit any Blue Lodges due to ," t reporter.., ,,Alberta Edwards .
.v By Elliott J. Piexe, Times Staff Writer :Jn -unbecoming Masonic conduct r cjhaplain;,,'Pauline {Smith
, \ From this point on, any man that '
I' (Mrs..Anderson called: In and informed' Austin, supper chakmani.;;;:
Blue Lodge In the
visits your ,
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4 ''Another excessive total of 122 Letter to ;The EditorDear not ;tgo'on the with'group our/that plans we stating could name comes,of he Deputy must present, as often his as com he 'Satchmo The.'Great*

cases was listed for trial in Municipal that we were too late and that .111 t:hIs
: Monday morning Sir mission. On Way Here
Court. on was due !to inclement weather.
E. C.
May 12. The courtroom was fill Congratulations on The Times'i The club group left very much Deputy? Williams The picture that,lovers of jazz

ed With an over-capacity crowd new look. It is. a distinct: improvement disappointed because of this act, -and,- for :that-- matter; "most
Beauticians Set' '
practically all day long, and was and I know it merits and having to leave such sorrowful longhairs; ,too have beer walt-
still in session. UP to late Monday the approbation of all read I faces on patients who were Popularity .Contest 'I I big for is here "Satchmo The
: your ,
afternoon also disappointed. This club has Great opening.on QuridajTat the
t.I'MiBecause( of the wide rash oi ers. been visiting other homes every Entrants In the On to ,Nassau Capito\\'-Tbeatre' ,through...United
armed robberies that have been (Enjoyed Dave Dondu'a column year on Mother's Day for the Popularity Contest between Artists A>te.s$, a'4*rtufrfcsW(
occoring in and around. the Mi Immensely and shall write him past ten years and has never members of Unit No. 7 are Mesdames }line and only ,Louis Armstrong.
been humiliated. Why? Clara Heastle Doris Dor- unusual
One of the most 'pic
ami during the past few when I reach my summer home. .
area Don't forget the Cotton Dress sett, Mary Wilson, Larrimore tures made "Satchmo The
department has Enclosed: find check for $4.00 for I ever ;,
days, police Ball at the Club 77 Friday; June Alice Hismith Lucas and Wilhel Great" is a unique"camera recordof
gone all out to put an end to this which please send The Times to:!
13. For table reservations Call Smith.
mena StArkey four which
continents during
of crime. In keeping with !Richard W. Johnson
type CE 6-3863. will be three prizes given :
shakedown raidswere Point" There be played and sang4 to fantastic
series of "Breezy
this a the 'weekend in Abell Md. Mrs. Helen Steward, Pres. the' three contestants having the acclaim to crowds that broke.
staged over
!Mrs. Lina M. Finder !reporter most votes. records wherever he went '
which a large number guns, Interested
These contestants are -
knives and other dangerous(weapons .
Ed .Waters Begins in attending the extended
were confiscated by local police' Sunlight Chatter Box
officers and a large numberof workshop of the National Institute HARLEM SQUARESWEET : ;
of.cosmetology held in ;
men were arrested. Ninetyaecon'dCommencement Summer Is here, but with a few ,Nassau,August 9 thru 11. ,. 3-HO B-. '

Among some of these were showers here and there, it's nice ,:Mrs. Mi Muldrow president A FULL, LINE OFGROCRRIdCOLD
Nathaniel Rivers, knife;,Levy !Lee one can always take time out tvisit I Bertha H. Perry reporter "

Winfred Screen, automatic 'istol; your favorite beach. CUTS ,t';- COSMETIC, '. *...*
Peterson, switch blade; Mack I The 92nd annual commence- After spending two weeks at 208 "\
Thomas Potter knife, and num- ment season at Edward Waters the Hollywood Academy on Advertise It Pays! I 'N.W.lOth ,It..I 'I......
bef, of .,others; too numerous to. College, begins Sunday afternoon, Broadway and 42nd. st. in (NYC ..,
mention. May 18, with the Senior Conse- for advance hair styling under ,-' '- ,)

Here's a .warning to anyone cration May 23,Service.Sophomore Friday Class evening night the supervision our instructor: of Mario has and returnedand Gilbert For-..Pickup :and Delivery Service on Prescriptions. ". .:
who might have intentions of 24 Annual .
Saturday evening, May .
we're proud .to have her .' .
carrying a concealed weapon on Sunday very '
prom. afternoon back and also of the fact
his person: The shakedown raids May 25, the Baccalaureate Ser proud Store a. :
will continue and you will be vices. Lee auditorium. Bishop W. that by our instructor's improving Service Drug .
arrested .,if you're caught with F. Ball, presiding bishop of the annually, studentsare among ,
any type of dangerous weapon 17th the best in this competitive !1el and 18th district, AME "PRESCRIPTION COMPOUNDING 8PECIALI' \ ,;
on your person. The police de- Church, to deliver the sermon. Students: enjoyed listening to
partpent Js determined to put an Sunday afternoon, May 25, Col- her various experiences and the Sundries Gifts Patent, Medicines Greeting! ,Cards
end to the large number of arm- lege Reception for graduates.
visiting of the UN assembly she .",
robberies that have been experienced Wednesday May 28, annual reported having a wonderfl time ,SIDNEY T. COX Registered Pharmacist .
,in this area recently. These meeting of the Board of Management althought it rained quite a bit.
kedown'raids are one meansof and the College Trustee Honors of the week for best 1240 N.W. Third Ave. Phone FRanklin 3.2932
doing just that. !Nuf sed.Amopg S. L. Greene
Board Bishop presiding appearances tgo to Mrs. Home of .
other cases :heard and bishop of the llth Episcopal Fort Lauderdale and Mrs. Lucasof
disposed of were the following:: district, presiding. Richmond Heights. Congratulations -

Thursday morning May 29 10 ladies.
Edmond Sharman changed
: am. the Commencement Proper, All old students are welcoming
with assault with a butcher knits For Sale By Summons
on Charlif Douglas fined $'15 or Bishop Frederick D. Jordan, presiding all new students to Sunlight. See
30 days. I bishop of the 8th district, you next week.
commencement speaker. B. I* Garland, reporter
New 2-bedroom CBS home tile bath IUle'lot'
Henry F. Dean Jr., charged I
with disorderly conduct, by cresting $1,495 DOWN
a disturbance, fined $25 or
10 days. Walton'sDry Open Saturday and Sunday

Cleve Barber, Jessie Young 7575 N.W. 14th Avenue
and William Williams all charged Cleaning & laundry ServiceDYE
with disorderly conduct by Call SUMMONSPhones
loitering. each one fined, $15 or
HI 4-2448 HI 64)173 .
6 days. WORK OF MANY COLORSWe .. ,,. ,,

Roosevelt Stewart, charged, Also Clean Rugs in Your Home
with assault and battery with
hands on .Irene Mitchell fined. Free Pick up and Delivery Service
$50:or 20 days. B. Solomon Funeral Home

Alfred Bussey charged with 6823 N.W. 15th Ave. PL ,1.9107'PAUL'S '

failure to obey the orders of a (l.ubl"eeI 1121)) -
police officer resisting arrest and
assault and battery with feet on Dignified Persona!,. Courteous Service, '. !

Officer. McKixroey, fined a .
total',;of.. 00 the .
$150 or days on
FAMOUS Funerals Within of Each
three.charges, combined. BAR-B-QUE Range Budget

5:Robert Gray charged ,withrfcddess 1432 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-9205 : V .!

driving, and driving
Without. a driver's license :fined. (Cor. N.W. 3rd Ave. & 14th Terr.) '
total of 14 315 N.W.16th Street Ph. FR,31440 : ,. ,
4 $35 days.
or ,
." .' ",1.,.- . :. :pie FfcettifcTJ t+ ,.,jr $ .' .331 :. "' 2 ,.,* W5&J
I .p,Roosevelt saq1i: and Sherlti,batte7.itk.rha2Msr' i ltb' : ..:". .IAIt. . Qt1E.'RI.. . _S.| iHicKjENWe'caHer : c r.. ...0".>. .. p .,or'o.: :...... .... '\,_, "I- i.'t'..,...- ,.. :' ......,1: ',..
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:on,BeasU.Mao.. ,Sheriff..jftne. a.J5Qojr '.' : "I'oM,.".:::I', I" ';!\" l."S N. \.. .... ...... . ..... "," ... .... .. . i!.... :.; .';3-, -. :
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011.0..1S -.. srORudolpu -. *",, ti" '"' " to parties banquets etc
"A UrtDf Service for tUumc-:
[ prey, charged OPEEN ALL KITE FRI. & SAT.

smoking\fith disorderly'conduct in a theatre, fined $by$ Free 'Delivery Service 01 Range Funeral Horn '

or ten days.laterferringJ. ''
Jack Richardson, Mgr. '
with, a police officer: .. :'
wWJ to the performance of his
PHONES PL 4-7468 PL 1.1331 '
duty; and with disorderly conductby .
using profanity\ fined $25 or ur .. .
1D| days on. the two charges"9ID-- I know you dont believe it butt Oscar: flange Licensed finbalmer funeral Director

5727 N.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida
[(Harry Branch charged with I will sell you a NEW 1958
sisault and battery with handson
Officer J. Hilland with disorderly -' "1!
: :;'
conduct, creating a disturbance CHEVROLET or OLDSMOBILEfor
w .
fined $75 .or. .30 days, f;.1 't
on: the two charges. n far less than any other dealer. RAPHU S. WILLIAMS
iQSette' Jean Harper charged
with disorderly conduct by; creating :; : *1 .' Prove it to yourself . PRIVATE ,FOB HIRE '
a disturbance .fined $25 or
,, 10 days.

s ''James Atwater, charged with Call BUD WARD, Ambulance Service -

cftirylAff concealed weapon and
: :Witjj disorderly .conduct. fined BIRD CHEVROLET co.r-f'
$M or 10 days on the second FRanklin 3-5900
charge, dismissed on the first CE 5-3521 Salesman
Homes (new or used cars or trucks)
\ PLaza 7-7207 A .J
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Charlie Black from Immokale THE MIAMI TIMES -"The People. Newspaper".
.I died in the ,VA-'hospital May 12-
C AD$ MEMORIALS The body will be shipped to Ft I SATURDAY. MAY 17, 1958 PAGEt3''

,oN place.Myers where burial will take

CARD >THANK2; IN MEMORIAMIn Charlie 'Murdaugh, died on'' f CARD OF THANKSThe

May 11 after a sudden illness family of the late
Thefamily. of 'the late, m emory of our dear father, Funeral arrangement not com JOHN E. ARNOLD .
.* JOSEPH.'--DAV.IS'. OBORGE A. ROMER plete. wishes to thank all who sent

*tio Aed April.22, 19KJ. take tWhiethod who departed this life May 18, cards, condolences,, telegrams and
of.'expressing its thank 1954. Gone !but not forgotten. Francis. flowers and for services rendered
ind appreciation to the DILD1I; Tj)oe Family during its bereavement I
friendwho were so kind Thank Thanks to everyone.Elizabeth .
for cards, .flowers tad! telegrams IN MEMORIAMIn Thomas E. Mackey Sr. of 1314 Arnold, wife
Rectal to Deacon Tajlo NW 2nd ave.. died May 9 at Nannie B. Brown, daughter

and the. 'R+'rancls'unerai. Home $ad but loving memory of home. Funeral service will be Rosezena Knight,
Again thanks' 'to the, Unites my dar husband, held on Friday evening, May 18 grand daughter
Christian 'Association and. Lodgi ISAAC WALLACE at St. Agnes Church at 3:30 pan I Rosa Lee and Louis vi .
for everything. who departed this life on May 8, Survivers are a wife Julia four REWARD. For return of black great grandchiklrea
Miss,Lucille Davis' 1956. daughters Doris McPhee, Virginia. and white Rosary. No question 3 brothers and a host of. *i

, Mr.;Joseph T. Davis.Jr. "Weep not, weep not, for he's Mackey, Hazel Cooper, Margaret I asked. Return to 1123 NW 3rd other relatives and friends ,
:Air. Willard.'Davis, con not dead, Pharr, two sons, Thomas Jr. ave. i '
!Mra..)farpret.SfTn"Cni,' He's just away." Elijah and other relatives. Inter- WANTED ,

: ai states May: be rest in peace. ment in Lincoln. FOR SALE *< *
MrT+ :Augusta ,Sands?'sister Marie, Wallace, wife A charming girl from Finland
Fred Morris of 4827 NW 25th 1953 WILLYS Aero Sport model wants correspondence with a'tan!

CAARIOF: THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn ct of Brownsville, died May 11 0 cylinder. A-l condition, 31 American (25-35 age)' for eventual
at Jackson Hospital. The body miles per 'gallon. $400Call marriage.. Write to Miss
Deacon Jesse, Marshall passed memory of our mother, was shipped to McCloud and NA 1-8950. Greta Yakabsatt, Bang 12, Helsinki

April 28 at,home in Williamson, ,.. ... ,. Sons Funeral Home in Cairo Ga. ,
LI'.MI! g. \! 11III L "'" Survivors father, Freeman
Ga. and(was laid May 4 al are a GOOD RUNNING car, fine for Finland.WANTED
Williamson. :. Morris of Cairo; mother, transportation. Reasonable. Call ,

We, the family take this method \ Bertha Morris, of Cairo; a brother at 1312 NW 68th St. LOT IN BUNCHE PARK''or,Opax 4
Elonza of Miami, and a host
thanks ancappreciation
of expressing our
[ cka house for sale. Freewill
> or
to: New Mt. Mortal] : of other relatives. HOUSE. $11,500. $1.200 down,, Baptist Church. Rev. A. Ruther-

Baptist Church, Rev. A. L. Shipp, I a 7-month-old $85 a month, 1485 NW 57th st. ford. Call NE 4-8447 after 6 PJBUM17
Irma Doby,
pastor, Antioch Baptist Church, lifbI. '
Rev O. W. Foster, pastor; daughter of Mr and Mrs. Thomas FOR RENT
Friendship Baptist Church Rev Lee Doby of 802 N. 14th at. Ft.
C. J. (Burney, pastor, Mt Sinai :: Pierce, died May 9 at the Variety FURNISHED Private efficiency. WANTEDMALE.
Baptist Church, Rev. S. A. Thomas Children's Hospital. The body was Adults only. Free light, gas, wat- Three young aggressive

pastor, First Baptist Church .:, ., shipped to Peek's Funeral HomeIn er and phone. Also parking for men to Introduce an Insurance association
'' Fort Pierce where final rites your car. PL 8-0792. to prospective ,owner-
of OPA. ,Locka; !Rev. D. A. Macon,, ,
pastor; Corinth ((Baptist Church, : 'J'" will be held on Wednesday at members. Great opportunity far
Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor, and to }:, .:. E>JTI. Survivors are besides her I NICE ROOM and Apt. To reliable advancement and managerial
the choral of Miami, Dea- .; parents, a sister, Christine, and people. 1934 NW 58th st, position. Interview by appointment
group end )other relatives. NE 5-6915, Mrs. Beulah Perry. ONLY. Phone Mr. Boykiri;
con. G,, .WSsatpr.manager? : ; of Mr. and Mrs.
our friends for T The infant boy it NE 3-2739 or write 6740 NW
to many, many Arthur Pearson of 343 NW 9th IIOUSES in Bunche 2601 15th ave., care of the. Miami
; Parki
during hour \
) our I
bereavement.indmess Thanks for I ) tt apt. 21, died May 7. Burial NW 162 Terr. Phone -2 rimes.
your I
held :May 14 in the Dade mlO
*ras on I
flowers, telegrams, letters, cards,, i'f.
bounty; Cemetery. HELP WANTED
,thank for ;
condolencet.j\W. )you 2 BEDROOM APT. with stove
everything. Miss Nora Strachan of 1818 and refrigerator. Bus No. 24 MEN AND BOYS sell ice cream.
i Through you our hearts were 2945 NW 46th It. Want good workers with refer*
10 died May door,
*W 3rd court apt.
made lighter. _.__, ,'__.. .f______n____ 13 at Jackson Hospital. Funeral passes Phone FR 9-3576. tnces. Best deal in town. New
B \Rev. (Mrs. W. T. Thomas, Incomplete. I management. Happy Jay, 1101NW '
Arrangements are
J ,. daughterr who departed this life May 17, Survivors are a sister, Eliza (DINS ROOM efficiency apartment 21st at.
r Joseph (Marshall, son furnished with modem
Andrews. ,
1953. Gone but not forgotten.
:Mr. George Marshall, son conveniences. Located near two
Mr. Roscoe Ector, grandson Mary Butler Gunter bus t lines, 3268: NW 46th at. Call
And Family Ethel M. t
1 In Appreciation Is Buried I FTJRNISIIED ROOM. Private RENTLARGE

'The family of the late, Requiem Mass for the late Mrs lome. Phone PL 7-6015 or

MBST JETTKEL: McLDOfD BETHEL DEATHS Ethel McLeod Bethel, a pioneer ID 6-9422\ after 4 pm.
acknowledges with gratitude and was held Thursday, May 8 at 11 STORES
sjncereappreciation, the many o'clock at the Church of the Incarnation MODERN FURNISHED Room

kind and thoughtful acts, cards, on 54th st. and 18th Poking facilities. 1986 NW 57th e
telegrams, flowers and words of ave. The Mass was conducted bjr NE 4-1290.
Range . >t. Call

condolence'sent .or,,given and personally sympathy during either Mrs. Millie Buie.. of 3345 NW Father kind and Elisha' able. assistance Clarke with of, .Frs the lOtT .. ;JCwo-bedroom,., Jh1D1. ," ..,*Will help..equip '

.pus.hour* of sorrow and bereave- at' Jackson Theodore- GibsonGeorge Sands .* large kitchen ? ConMr y, : :;
48th 5t;; apt 4 .died room, .'tlde .
James Hall' and-U> Rev'HX., S. 1 for' ;
n ent All these gestures have Hospital May.9. Survivors are A 5445 NW 'l2tU3T" $22'.50.Per; .. : :;;!, __

slrVedT't6 iessetl\ aadnes'and to husband, Hiram..;.. sister;. Mrs Reeves.Mrs McLeod :ethel< I experfenced .' fcek:>Open forv.lMpection.-' :,Phone. Beauty,ParlorStorage
immortalize happy memories I Cora Williams, and''other rela which 4-3673.. <
three months of illness
With full hearts thank eachof
we tives. Chapel services will be
demanded her con-
Saturday May 17, SPACIOUS church for rent.
conducted on ,
you.The i finement to Jackson Hospital
McLeods Office. etc. i
with ntJ.. N. Byrd officiating. where she passed at 11:40 ajn Seasonable monthly rates. Large
r rklng area, including utilities
I Burial in Lincoln.
Sunday, May 4. and caretaker. For information
I Mrs. Bethel came to Miami in $75.00
'Mrs. Georgia McNeal of 3067 NW fruitful all FR 47829..ATIGE .
she lived
1900 where a
sad but loving memory of 50th ,t., died at Magnolia Hospital -
and happy life. She is remembered N.W..3rd Ave.
6e r'husband and father Nice sober 632
our &t Opa Locka on May 9 following Con- airy room. ,
member of the first
JOSH MoCULLOUGHWM a period of illnes. She is 83 non preferred. PL 8-8503. Call
St. Agnes
departed- t this,- life :May- 14, survived by her husband, Willie, Church firmation in class Miami;at first secretary nlchor Saturday and Sunday. CALL

1M7. a son Leroy, mother, Mrs. Annie of
of the Woman's Auxiliary
'Gone, but not forgotten Sadly Thomas, two sisters, Mrs. Florence Christ Church in Coconut Grove JEW APARTMENT. Clean, quiet FR 1-4554

I Mu d Gbbs' and Mrs. Delia Ward. Services an active member of the PTA of ocation. Adult only, or with infant -
[ McCullough wife 'were held Thursday at child. 6511 NW 12th Ave
several schools, and an Eastern
I J. C. McOullough son Friendship Baptist Church with Phone m 4-3673. -

t Mary Bowles. daughter the pastor, Rev. Burney officiat- Star. for the loss and ._._...._......_..__.-- .. .. 'I
To mourn only N.LN.N.NMN.N..NN.NN.N..NN.MNNMIDWAY- -----
ing. Burial in Lincoln. keep ever mindful of a life well-
r IN MEMORIAMI I lived are eight children, Edberk
Mrs. Etta Mae Manning of' and Anthony McLeod of New
In sad but loving memory oftfr died at
1235 NW 68th terrace Bernard and Crandall
,dear. husband and,father, home on May 9. She is survivedby Rochelle; Le- ...
McLeod Leola M. Johnson
... ,.... and other rela- GUEST HOUSE ,
- -- daughter
a Naomi M. Sharpe
&';4i ;. : nore M. Scott
11J tives. ,Arrangements, which are and Ethel M. Ferguson, all of
at till time incomplete, wll be Miami; ten grandchldren, seven COMFORT FOR THE BEST DESIRABLE
announced over local radio sta great-grandchildren, and a host of

tions. I dear relatives and loving friends. Rooms by day, night or HreeM <.
d frx'a .M- The House of Albert was in .
ivy" {* Mrs. Rosetta Washington of charge of burial at Evergreen 4954 N.W. 27th Ave.I
W 1772 (NW 61st st was pronounceddead
.e arrival at Jackson Memorial -
Hospital .on May 13. SUrViVOR Mrs. G. ,

are her mother, Mrs. Lull
MCDonald, an aunt, and other t

'relatives. Arrangements. which setativea to be Appointed, 'J
are J't this time incomplete will
be wnounced over local radic immediately for the Miami i The BARGAIN STOP Offers
') f
area onl). Call FR 16407for
2200 N.W. 36th Street
Richardson. . appointment.
"Biggest Bargains In the World"ONLY ;
Benjamin Smith died.May 9 in, $11.00 A MONTH
$500 DOWN -
the Paravilla Convalescent Home

after % 'periOd of illness. Rosary: FOR SALE 3 Rooms of New Fine Quality Furniture
services were held on Friday at ,
3:30 P.m. in the chapel and fun- Drug Sundry FountainNo 1. DINETTE SET

eral services conducted May 17 competition large population $199 95
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from 6t. Francis Xavier Church Established 1 years Jilgh' profits 2. LIVING ROOM
with burial in Campasanto Catholic rent .'lctrlcRyOrtat '
Machlnta pay Complete
who 1956.Vlone. departed this life May 9, Cftnetery.Mr opportunity for couple 3. BEDROOM

but not forgotten.. Louise Davis.' 2341 NW MIDWAY DRUGS Arrangement Can Sleep 4 Person
May be:rest In peace and light '
died May 12 in Jackson
perpetual, shine upon Urn 68th losplUl ttn after a short illness: 17351 Homestead Are.Pertine Get out of that rut and live like)ja King

Mrs. Geneva Forbes, wife Funeral services will be held in Fla. SEE MISS BRADY
And Fam1ly.Advertise. ,
Church on Mon-
: Mt. Zion Baptist :
day at 2 pm. May 19. The body i Ph. CE 6-5288 MO ,1-1945 Established !1932 !
will be hipped to Pembroke, Ge.
It Pays! by Seaboard Railway May 19. 1


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THE MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" ROY WILKINS WARNS . Personal MentionMr.

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1958 and Mrs. Ben Brice, left

Bill to Curb Court Miami on last (Friday on Mr.Brice's .
( annual trip to Cold
Spring Farm at Stamford, N, Y.

du Mr.and Brice farewell expressed to all of a his big many hello
A Perils.Civil l
l Rights I I The Miami Brlces in expect return

BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE Relatives and friends are wishing
New York pending I for them a happy and successful
Senate bill to restrict the authority trip.
i Recently disclosed In the public annual reunion program I Is that of the United: States SU- Essay Contest

I'' press were several obvious of presenting certificates of com- preme Court "is a dangerous Awards To Carver
I instances of influence being mendation to the parents of the threat to the protection of civil Mrs. Doris Strachan Goodall,
; brought to bear in the case of year. In order to receive this significant rights," Roy Wilkins, executive High WinnersEvelyn formerly of Miami and now of
II I certain high ranking officials in award, parents must secretary of the National Association Jacksonville, who is now the wifeof
1\l the United States Government, land I a minimum of four children for the Advancement of Gaymon, senior student William Goodall of Jacksonville -
I'' which should command the attention all must complete high Colored People, warns in a letterto at Carver High School, was will be remembered as the
of all of the taxpayers of I school. If any of the children the Association's 1,000 awarded first prize at Tuesday popular female saxophone player -
this country. I fails to finish high school, or If branches throughout the coun morning's assembly in the essay who appeared in most of the
Among these is the case of the parents have less than four try.The contest, sponsored by the Advertising nite spots in and around Miami.
Sherman Adams, who is probably children they will not be eligibleto bill as approved by the Clulb of Dade County, on
the second most powerfulman receive this award. All parents Senate Judiciary Committee by a the subject, "What Advertising I Mrs Goodall Is now employedas
in the government, as assistant -' who qualify and who have not 9 to 6 vote would prohibit the I Means To Me." Other winners secretary and bookkeeper at
to President Eisenhower. I already been cited, will receive Supreme Court from reviewing : were Ernestine Melton and Florida !Tropical Paint products
During the great blow-up that this honor at the reunion pro any case involving state regula- Joseph Johnson. of Jacksonville.

followed Dr. Bernard Schwartz'souster gram. tions 'governing admission of While in Miami Mrs. Goodall
Lowis Carleton, representingthe
lawyers to practice their profes-
a, chief counsel of the is at the
INVITATIONS FOR REUNION Advertisers Club, presentedthe stopping home of her
sion. It would also bar federal
House subcommittee investigating BALL NOW BEING MAILED awards and Charles North, mother, Mrs. Doris Barbary at
court review of Congressional investigating -
scandals in the regulatory
public. relations consultant for 1143 NW 5th court.
agencies, Adams' name flashed Invitations for the Alumni Annual powers.
Bonded Collection
across the front pages of the Reunion Ball, which comes sented behalf of that pre- (Little Chandra McKenzie left
on ,
nation's Schwartz accused off on Thursday evening, June 5 Speaks MDPA agency
press. at a check of $25 to the winner; $15 last Tues. by Silver Meteor after
of bringing White House at the Harlem Square Ballroom
Adams to Ernestine Melton and $10 to spending the (winter as house
pressure on the agencies.A are now being mailed. The invi- Meet Joseph Jordan. guest of her grandparents Mr.
tations should be in the hands of I and Mrs. Charles Culmer.
number of very serious /accusations the guests by May 21. i Columbia, S. C. Kenneth
In connection with[ Influence Davis, a member of the faculty
peddling, have been lev PICOF CONTINUES TO GROW of the school of pharmacy, Fla. Get your tickets now I
eled against Adams by people In
A&M University, was guest
position to know, "all, of ;which PICOF (Peoples' Investment speaker for the pharmaceuticalsection for the
Corporation of Florida) which
warrant open Investigations. Butas of the Palmetto
now operates two food stores, one MUSICMUSIC
soon as Congressman Oren Dental and Pharmaceutical Association Omega Boat Ride
Harris (D., Ark.) took charge of at 15025 NW 22nd ave., 0 p a
recently -
the Investigation, the matter suddenly Locka and the other at 309 NW Friday June 13
came to what many called 14th st., in Miami, continues to
"an end", and the facts In ''the grow day by day. I
case are still unknown to the A local corporation, owned, operated
general public.Congressman.. and controlled by Negroes
of the Dade County area, PICOF, \ MUSIC
., Adam.. Clayton is destined to ('become one of the BRAKES RELINEDWHILE
Powell also comes in for his fair greatest enterprises in the south
share of comment under this Florida area. The businesses are I with Tee Jay,
particular heading. Following dis- operated on a very excellent basis YOU WAIT
closure that Powell had been indicted and are meeting the needs of Rockin' Rogers
on income tax charges, it the people of their respectiveareas. dC

was later disclosed that Govern- %? FORD ALL & Louise Griffin
ment prosecutors have been ordered Among some of the active J095
to "do nothing" and "sit stockholders of PICOF are: Mrs. CHEVY OTHERS
tight" in the investigation.And Rosetta Vickers, secretary; Wil- PLYMOUTH .
liam Lynch Jr. and Sr., Miller
other so goes in What this and one Sanders, Willie Cason, Lloyd ,Foreign Cars Our Specialty There's Music
Burnside and others. Mr
does is chargeable only in pro- many
portion to ,who he is. If he is a Burnside serves as general manager 0 Aplenty . on
and treasurer of PCOF and
small, insignificant man, he must
pay the penalty for any wrongdoing is probably the most active and Does your car shimmy, steer hard? Then visit our
enthusiastic of of
all the
but if he is "big" influ- nel. person. Wheel ,Alignment Department. Have our experts 1220ON
ential man, he easily gets by without -
penalty. It's the unwritten law CONCH COCKTAIL LATEST check your front-end at no cost to you.
of the land-it's who you are INNOVATIONIn
that counts. YOUR DIAL
addition to its regular line
"THE FORWARD LOOK" of fine foods, PICOF has recently

"The Forward Look" will be begun producing and selling a I ECONOMY BREAK AND WHEEL
novelty product, called PICOF
the subject of the address
Cocktail. This product is being
which will be delivered
by sold not only at PICOF's stores, ALIGNMENT COMPANY"The
Dr. Eleanor Braynon Gibson on
but is also available in various
the occasion, of the Booker T.
other stores throughout both the
Washington 'High School Alumni Friendly Shop"
Miami and Opa Locka areas. The

Reunion the afternoon school's',program June. auditorium.Dr. 3 at on 2.o'clock Tuesday in cocktail sell for 25 is a cents very per tasty cup.treat, and 2317 N.W 27th Ave.THE Radio Miami

For the benefit of those who
Gibson will be the speaker ( YELLOW BUILDING) ...
may not have gotten around to it
from the Class of 1948, which MORE PLATTER
as yet, I highly recommend
will celebrate its first reunion. A visit to either of the stores. Once a Special Discounts to Taxi Cabs and Trucks LESS CHATTERALL
comprehensive address filled
very you go there, I'm certain that you OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. CLOSED
with much common sense, is will return, because PICOF is the SUNDAYS DAY: LONG!
in store ,for all who hear Dr. Gib- kind of
stores that you like to
son on this occasion. In additionto .
the Class of 1948 the Classes' tp Jl "'J xn : _
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brate reunions, and twill also be

well represented on the program. REGISTER NOW More Than Ever, I


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Washington and his philosophy.

Between The Lines. Booker T. Washington's philoso- SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1958 PAGE IB
phy was largely one of survival.
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The Negro has not only survived -
-- By
and advanced but he is bid- ly-dhanging medidal knowledge
ding fair to achieve the full stature idALDAR five hundred doctors will pre-
A DANGEROUS 8YMPTON !often our White brethren renounce of American citizenship. .The sent scientific papers or participate
I the solemn obligation that in symposiums and discussion -
sheer survival of the Negro of
News accounts in both White
they are their colored brother's groups.
of Negroes the South and in the South is one
and Negro newspapers I keeper.
of the highest tributes that
slaying other Negroes appear i I can
National Review reports that
with alarming frequency. It is at I This same tendency to slaughter be paid to Booker T. Washing- "both political parties are blue

times sickening to note the viciousness one another is also manifest, ton's leadership.If over dried-up sources for cam-

that Negroes have for among some Negro higher ups.i he had said (what Negroes I paign funds." The money justisn't

one another. All too often one Negro of sup can say today and if Negroes of appearing in the desired
posed importance attempts ,to attain his had tried I amounts.
to do
day what Ne-
sector of the
With a great unto From Editor and Publisher
greater importance by I
white press committee to the groes of today are trying to do, '"The advertisers in this country
other leaders.It .
disparaging Negro the Negro race would not have Ten years ago there were only
of the and rwith
defamation race ( . not helping the current
has come about that our all too are
survived.But two toll roads in operation in this
the Negro newspapers filled with situation curtailing their sales '
scarce Negro authors, spend entirely by
back to our point of a country, with combined length of
accounts of Negroes murderingother with
too much time on what and promotion budgets a
dangerous symptom. This just over 200 miles, according to
Negroes, we have a sordid pen- 'let's wait and see' attitude. If..
they call "debunking" some Negro chant for the would be Negro Tax Economics Bulletin. Now
that is depressing. !
picture advertising promotion art
greats.It leader to kill off and discredit that mileage has been multiplied
suppose to do anything, they are almost 15 times and there
other ,
Of course the phenomenon can I began with the rise of Negro leaders is extremely I I supposed to sell. How can they I are
toll roads
in 16 states
be explained, but what we needis Booker T. Washington. There dangerous. It took a Tuskegeeto sell if they are not being used by major
Construction costs totaled
not explanation but prevention.As have always been a coterie of produce a Montgomery.It the people who need them mostat $4,241-

has been said herein before, I Negroes of limited importance, took a Booker T Washington a time like this The companies 000,000.

the Negro resents his oppresioo 1 who seemed to feel that to prove to produce a Martin Luther and the areas that are hard
The food chains to build!
and his repression and the discrimination that Washington was a high class ,. King. The "ducicides" are Just hit in this economic slump will
that afflicts him and renegade would prove themselves 1 Itching to dim the brilliance of not automatically and easily come 2,000 new supermarkets and to
remodel establishments
1,700 existing -
stays his onward course. great. the hero of Montgomery. out of it if they forget" to try to this year. The bill will bt

Being largely divested of power Long after Washington has .'. .!' 'rt'" "ir. IIllEI sell their way out. about $035 million over $100

to retaliate against the white become one of America's immortals million more than was spent for
oppressors, he turns upon his and has been enshrined in NOW RENTINGAT Farmers use one-quarter of all the same purpose In 1957.
own race (with the fury of an the Hall of Fame, there are still the motor trucks in this country,
avenging antel, and too often to be found hecklers and snipers LOW SUMMER along with more than 4 million Tide, the advertising magazine,

with fatal results. (More economic who glory in trying to prove that WEEKLY RATES tractors. offers three reasons why the
opportunity and more relief Washington was not sound on the American people arten"t buying
from the rigors and inhumanitiesof race question. $21.00 Per Person Columnist Jay Hayden points American cars at anything resembling *
segregation would relieve the out that the present recession is past rates: . they
Negro of his bitter resentmentsthat There is one monumental fact Single Occupancy mainly concentrated in the dur- aren't ready to go into hock for

lead him to destroy his own and that is Washington built : able goods Industries, notably an outdated status symbol; they
people. Tuskegee in Alabama. He did not I $15.00 Per Person steel and automobiles. It has been have other things they want to

operate from New York or Chi Double Occupancy much less pronounced In the spend their money on; and many
When we snail have explainedthat cago. He built Tuskegee in Ala- nonnurable lines. And in some of them just don't care for the

this intraracial animosity bama of the Confederate South.It Telephone, shower or /bath, maid service enterprises there hasbeen product they're offered. , "

stems from the Negro's oppression service, wall/ ,to wall/ carpeting, an increase in employment.In .
bold and heroic
was as
by his white fellowmen, we sun deck and lounge.
for Washington to and do
still far from the solution of say 1929 the railroads
are a ELNORA
what he said and did in his dayas 15 rooms available at above
this dangerous symptom that net income of $897 million. The
for the current would be great
rates, from May 1 'through No
seems to manifest Itself where- 1956 figure was close to that -
Negro to say and do 'what he is vember 15. Total of 52 rooms. SUNDRIES
ever Negroes are found in con- 'currently saying and doing. At $876 million. But, due to inflation -
siderable cumbers. the 195 6 income had
least Booker T. Washington chal- a buy- Headquarters for your
x li
the lien of prejudicein 'ing power of only $476 million MIAMI I TIMES If you live out
lenged race
For generations the Negroes 'M'
when measured in terms of 192S Brownsville
have slain one another in the his very den. dollars. way
Southern cities; but within recent Moreover he got away with it, WE SERVE

years this slaughter of Negroesby and founded and left for coming HOTIl Some 15,000 physicians will
other Negroes, is being car- Foremost Ice Cream
monument thatis
generations, the attend the 107th annual meetingof
Northern centers of
ried to our Tuskegee. This article is inspired the American Medical Association -
Phone 4-9441
population and so our northern by the subtle references 899 N.W. 3rd Ave. in San Francisco next June.

cities are plagued with the Negro made within recent years and This convention, the largest of its 4338 N.W. 27th Ave.J. .
slayer on slaughter b.nt. months in books authored by Ne- Phone FR 1.1633 kind In the world, offers an opportunity

This is one of the evils of seg- gro writers. t _. ... for doctors to catch up PINCHER, Mgr.
regation and discrimination. Too All too frequently our budding on hundreds of aspects of rapid- indf

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Negro area which occupied this location BEFORE the AFTER the program. '

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MIAMI TIMES-"The Peoples' Newspaper" THANK YOUI

I Personal Mention .1 wish to sincerely thank the
PAGE 16 I members of the Collegian Club
I and all kind friends who remembered .
t J. V. Brown, Labor Officer of I me with gifts cards, flow
F q. V' Y 1 'he Bahamas, is in Miami on vacation. I day on a two-week visit. She is ers and other contributions offer-
Brown has served in the the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Marion ed during the celebration of my
;' Out Islands for many years as a Johnson, 1'531' NW 1st Ct. birthday, Easter and Mother
public school teacher and commissioner Day holidays. Your many gifts
r He was later appointed The Rev. Prince Belle was were beautiful and highly apprec
I II a senior commissioner. Shortly among passengers coming from
after .his retirement, Brown I Nassau, Bahamas, Saturday. He iated.Mrs.. Georgia Campbell
+4 etR was appointed by the Bahamas is on vacation, visiting relativesand Georgette's Tea Room
Government to its Labor office. 'I friends. He is pastor of Salem
; a 4a'S Commissioner Brown is a brother Baptist Church, Bennet's
I of Dr. H. W. Brown, pastor of Harbor.E. Many ThanksThe
Bethel !Baptist Church in Nassau
jl and is the houseguest of his E. Davis, proprietor of the children of Mrs. Mary Am-
sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown of Excelsior Press, returned to the brlster would like to thank the
111I 1900 NW 4th court. city on Tuesday after spendinglast pastor, Rev. E. A. Calmer, officers
I weekend In Nassau attend and members of St. Mary's
i (Mrs. Netta Bowe and son were ing the funeral of his oldest Methodist Church for the bouquetand
among those from Nassau attending brother, Moses. present which -was presentedher
the funeral of her cousin on Mother's Day my Mrs.
Mrs. Ethel McLeod Bethel, Private Kelsey E. Collie, son of Lillian Nairn, for being the old
held at the Church of the Incar- Mr. and Mrs. James C. Collie, est mother. Also many thank to
.: tion on May 8. 1465 (NW 5th place, has 'been assigned St. Mary's Ushers Board No.' 1
i l lI' to Co. C, 5th Bn. Training for its donation. We hope that the
Miss Mary Roberts arrived Regiment at Fort Jackson for his Lord will bless all of you. Thanks
t from the Bahamas last Wednes- basic training. I again.

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Mr: and Mrs. Clifford Sanders Junior Red Cross Leader. She is N
announce the engagement of a member of the Alpha Kappa
their daughter, Shirley Remilda, Alpha Sorority.
to Robert Lee Johnson, the son Mr. Johnson, a Korean War
of Mrs. Susie Simmons, 16121 NW veteran, Is a student at Florida I
17th court, Opa Locka. A&M, where he is president of -
the Modern Dance Group, and a jiiiI
Miss Sanders is a graduate of member of the Scroller's Pledge I
Florida A&M University. At Club. I'L : I
,+:: present she Is on the (faculty at The wedding will take place $
"I Holmes Elementary where she I June 14, at St. Philips Catholic f
serves as Brownie Scout and Church in Opa Locka. iM


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White Churches WHY PAY RENT. c ?

History wasynade fit,.the New _tc_ J>fthe' Modena, Churdx. :for, .
r York; Annual :Conferenoe::-ot;'SiteMethodist. :rrtayftfcStsfte:: 'ra>or4ed 'i( ."haversafifc : : ,' : ',
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: Church: >s on 'AJrji:jJO.: Sa&jitt se4:how.we'ould'' ; . .,.. ,.( ... .. :.,...... -::.. : $ . , ..;': :: : : -,: ". ,':
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28, was appointed 'pastOr of I we were the Christians we professed -' r'
the Modena-Clintendale Methodist to be. We liked Mr. John-
Church by Bishop Frederick son from the beginning. lie rings
Buckley Newell true.
Rev. Johnson is the nephew of Rev. Mr. Johnson served as a "HONEYMOON SPECIAL"Completely
Mrs. Vera Wilson of this city. navigator in the Air Force dur- furnished one bedroom home on lovely corner Jot. Ideal
The Negro student at Drew ing the Korean War. In 1951 he for couple, widow or single person. Only 5 years old, \with city water.,
Theological Seminary has been graduated from Howard Univer- close to buses and shopping. Only 1 mortgage payment. $16.50 'per

members pastoring, the only congregation two of whom of 268 are I sity where. he took a premedicalcourse. I week pays all. New area, east of ,NW 17th ave. ;Total 7995. Hurry!!

of his race, since in January and' When he went to the two
his appointment is regarded as a churches in January, 25 percentof
triumph in practicing Christianity the membership was against $495 'DOWN EDISON CENTER
in the church history of the him. Last month they voted 2 bedroom frame house on .N.W. $1.495DOWN\
nation. unanimously and aslked the conference I' 59th St., east of N.W. 17th Ave. For this 2 bedroom frame home in
According to the National for his appointment.He City water, clean, close to buses lovely Edison Center area $16.50
Council of Churches of Christ in is the son of Regonal John-
and week all. Only ($9,000 total.
shopping. !Hurry.
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the United States, there are three u/n of New York City, a .
Negro pastors, a Sew assocate !: sonal musician. An proles.1 A very clean piece of property. We '
pastors serving In non-integrated I Vera Wilson, lives in Miami. highly recommend. Hurry!!
Protestant churches; but this is His wfe is the former Miss $595 DOWN
the largest non-integrated con- Bertha Brown, a graduate of Brand new 3 bedroom CBS }tomes. .
gregation served !by a mnister of Benedict College. A 16 months'old No closing costs, just completed. -
color. daughter completes the family See 1545 1553 )NE '151st Terr., mOlt beautiful duplex CBS on
Joseph Hasbrouck ST., ,a trus- list. corner. Must ee to appreciate.
North Miami Beach. to Bur-
dine's shopping center. ,City water. Landscaped professionally. One
See ,Mr. George. !This {Sunday -6p.m. apt. folly furnished, pity water, :
new -A ea. Close to buses. i"A
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