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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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38TH YEAR, N0. 21 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14,, 1961 TEN CENT 16 P Sa
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dY AgainThe 10 Persons Injure.. ""

Sunday night an explosionsaid pital: Ruby Arnold, 38; Julio \
Baptist Council of Jack to be caused by gas, lifted Quarterman, 44; Irene Eubanks,
sonville, staged a giant. Civil a large of the roof of
part an 57; Mrs. Pauline Lattimore, 47;'
; 6k Rights rally on Sunday evening, apartment !building at 1279 N.W. and her four months old son.
ti.,, Jan 8 at the Day Spring Baptist 60th St., and resulted in ten Gary, and Jazie Godfrey.
Church The Rev. Cyrus Weaveris person being treated at a hos
? the minister. pital for shocks and bruises. Fire Chief R. E. Cox said a

__ I Six rooms of the three-story curious fact about the explosions t
The Rev. Edward T. Grahamof concrete a par t men t structurewere I that it occurred !in the only
this' city was the guest speak.
blasted when the 8:15: pjn. apartment on the floor that does
ere The Reverend Mr. Graham explosion caused more than not ''have a gas connection He
spoke on the subject: "Freedom $20,000 damage. I believes the gas had seeped from
is not Free." The crowd of about' There were no serious injuriesbut I !some! other place.
11i hundred individuals
six applauded
the following persons were No in the
I one was apartmentat
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t 'r the traced
r lustily as speaker
taken to Jackson memorial Hos- the time of tba explosion.
the history of the fight for "free
/ .13 dom" in this country.
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Reverend Graham' said: "Our \ .
hardest fight is not with South. ,
1 ( '7 ern diehard whites; but rather ELANBIDES{ INAX I
1 'aY 4- S ''C with: the 'ecarAd-t0-deatb-bankpr
cljlef-'head-unclejtfwms." We have .." -
.Jearbed, ;.howfto, ftS ht: ,the. white ;4c'. epayifl .4- :- Ilobedbert'of "'fneni .;'fobefs. and hoods. witnesses said.Sheriffs .
( : ,thfj-1ctr'lttift'Klad'r6d'through '- '
!man, out now can we fight our' e" Deputy John Cun.
I selves" The speaker continued: downtown Jacksonvillein nlngham said the parade apparently -
1 "An article written recently, and cars Saturday in an apparent was a protest against a
entitled 'Uncle Tom !is Dead/ was protest of a federal court orderto ruling by U. S. District Judge
a good article except for one (Integrate All city-owned recreation I Bryan Simpson to desegregateall
thing. It left old Tom above the facilities. municipal recreation facilities,
The members of Delta Sigma Chapter, Is for the purpose of ground We have some unfinished A sheriff's deputy estimated including the ballpark, 'coo,
Theta Sorority, Inc., plan for awarding scholarships to deserve business. We must bury him, 75 to 100 cars ,took part in the swimming pools, tennis courts,
their annual Jabberwock. ing seniors, to help further their and I am here to preside over demonstration, which got under l coliseum and Gator Bowl a
his funeral." way about noon. The ruling goes into effect
Shown, are four of the contestants education in institutions of high.
The cars formed north of the Monday. rocreaUon "
City officials
vying for the title of Miss er learning: : .
Jabberwock, 1961. They are left The captivating theme for After the speech, an offering city and drovo into the business said they planned to comply wdth
was taken. The amount of section in groups of three to the order and
I fully, expect no
this is "Jabberwock Goes to
to right, Sharon Dean, Hedy year
$429.83 was raised and turned five. Most of the KJansmen wore trobule.
Seymour, Carolyn Love and Faye Carnegie Hall, which will be
the Oib&on Defense Fund.
over to
Williams. presented at the Dade County
.Those young ladles are members Auditorium Feb. 16. Won't you I
of our Dade County Senior help your favorite contestant to JOE ROACH AND JAX NEGROES PIONEER
High Schools. This project, sponsored win?
by the ;Miami Alumna Who will be Miss Jabbsrwock PETE BROWN TO INTEGRATE RESIDENT KILLEDBY


DEFEND TITLESJoe COLISEUMJACJtsONVILLETwAITe 65-year-old CARA pioneer Miamian

wan injured fatally Thursday
'Episcopalians Approve Roach and Pete Drown Ne. when a car struck her as she was
I will defend their amateur and gross showed: up Tuesday night I crossing NW 5th Place and 14th
pro titles, respectively, !In the for the first public sports event Street.
tlfthth annual North-South Golf since a (federal court order to desegregate She was the fourth to die in.
Interracial Tournament, Feb. 20-24 at the city.owned recreation Dado traffic in 1961.
MarriageThe Miami Springs count facilities went into effect hero. Detective Ed Uerqulst said Mm.

Roach, a native Miamlans, has Five woven\ and and Bftven"Vnen Amanda Bullard, of 1426 NW 5th
won the crown the last four M.," wa hit at 8:40: a.m. by a
Episcopal Society for Cul dence of such marriages, but years and !is a former National were among the 4,756 fans at a car driven by Daniel Fanltz, of
tural and Racial Unity, an Interracial urges a clear statement to guide Negro': links champion. Drown, professional Ice hockey game at of 1395 NW 19th Ter.
and laity in view of the from Jackson Miss. dethroned the city's new three-millton-dollar -
organization of the clergy Coliseum. He said she was thrown about
Protestant Episcopal Church, in Impreaslon frequently given that Cliff Harrington Vast year and 10 feet and that the car slid
Williamsburg, Va., this week, such marriages violate biological captured the Asbury Park'' title Tho Negroes rat in different about 76 feet on the wet street
gave its approval to Interracial and theological principles" recently parts of the large Coliseum, In after the. impact.
marriages. 'The society called upon Presi Ted IMiodnft' four-time Nation scattered There Berqulfit Raid Panltz had been
There are neither thoelpglcalnor dent.elect Kennedy to give al pro champion, and Charles groups. were released pending further invest!
(biological barriers to Inter. "courageous leadership to the Slfford, current national titleholder I whites in the same section but gation
racial marriages, the group declared nation in a crusade for the full wljl' give! the young Mis. the seats immediately next to the Neighbors Mid Mrs. Bullard has
and laws forbidding such rights of citizenship for all slssiplan a tough battle. Negroes remained empty Uved In Miami at least 50 years
marriages "are contrary to Chris people without regards for race, Richard Gardner will be among No incidents were reported, She is survived by her husband.
tian teaching, natural laws and color, class, religion or ethnic those who are expected to give
the Constitution of this country." origin Roach, now of Los Angeles, a ------.
The society approved a me. The group was organized last run for ,the big trophy
mortal asking the House of year to promote integration Tournament director is R a y
Bishops to state the position of within the. Protestant Episcopal Mitchell, national sports promo
the church on marriage between I I I Church. i ten

persons of different color !in Its The Rev. Theodore Gibson of Myrt_ Mclver gained top honors
next pastoral letter. I I Christ Episcopal Church, Coco among the ladle In 1960 as
The memorial read: "The so Grove, is a member and participated Muriel Patterson, who has won 4 Y
ciety recognizes the small Inci in the conference several times, was ill and did not -
+I I compete.

About 300 business and pro. .
fewlonal people are expected to
Between Haiti compete in the tourney, which
Gap also hats several' social activities
planned with It. Among champions
in other sports who will
match their talents are baseballrs
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And Vatican Widens Jackie Robinson, Larry
Doby, Junior Oilliam, Don New
combe, Frank Robinson and
2 MORE PRIESTS Brooks Robln.on.This) Lawrence and boxer Ray ,.
along even his false teeth. +

EXPELLEDThe He was the second Catholic event begins a day after
prelate to be deported In less the National Baseball Players
relations between president than two months In November Golf Championship tournament 4
winds up at the Springs.
Duvalier of Haiti
Francois
56-year-old Archbishop France! F :_
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and the Vatican grew worse oa >
Wednesday when Haiti's leading Poirier, charged by the govern ,
Roman Catholic Bishop was expelled ment with giving a $7,000 checkto efforts to root out Communistsand Ray Mitchell, right, director of the North-South goff-

from tho country, four aid striking university, students pro-Castro .students from tournament, poses with Low Price, Miami-Motro Public
priests deported and the church was deported to France;
paper Bishop closed Remy down.Augustin, 50, Isis home, Since then, BUffoop U two said churchmen to be suspicious were friendly that the to : ironed out the details. The eighth annual event is scheduled .

Haitian-born Apostolic Admin. I Remy has had charge of the his political enemies. Feb. 20-24 at the City of :Miami\ Spring course :with

istrator, was put on a plane for I church affa/nC, > The expulsion of Bishop Reray about 300 men and women amateur as well as pro contestants
Puerto Rico by police 14 hours leaves the See of Port Au Prince
I I expected to compete for honors. Miami-Metro:
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The government has charged i
Catholic
after he was arrested out of his vacant There are five other
bed, and was not allowed to take both men of Interfering in its bishops. in Haiti. I News Bureau photo.



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Sevitzky to Conduct Beautiful Home on SHORT HAIR

PAGE 2 SATURDAY' JANUARY 14, 1961 I Symphony ConcertsA Your Lot

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I Mrs. Coleman Retires MIAMIAN CITEDAT County musical youngsters treat is in late store this for! ?(w aiAa5th

HOWARD U. month, when the University of
After 25 Years Miami Symphony Orchestra, under

the baton of world-renowned
Washington, D. C. Thirty-
conductor, Fabien Sevltzky, presents '
at '
five undergraduate students concerts each at the
Howard University will be citedIn two Auditorium and
1960.61 edition of Who's Dade County Service
the Miami Beach Auditorium.On Complete Bulldina
Who Among Students In American
Friday, Jan. 27, at 10> a.m.
and Colleges.
Universities
PLANNING
Honorees were selected by a and 2 p.m. at the Dade County
committeeon Auditorium and on Saturday, BUILDING
Joint. student-faculty .
at.
the basis of their academic Jan. 28 at the same hours FINANCINGYour

achievement, ]leadership, participation Miami Beach auditorium' the New Home STOP'THINNING
a sym
will present
orchestra
In student life programs,
to
geared
musical menu
service to the University community phony
and potential' for out the young listeners from DadeCounty'l No Down
: elementary HAIR
!!* 138 public
Jx 4 standing citizenship after graduation schools and to students from PaymentOver

,
and religious schools.A .
Only Floridian cited was Senior private of ITCHING SCALP
each Year
David Robinson: College of Li new set of two concerts Twenty
beral Arts. Student activities: day with different programming Construction Experience

chairman, Little Forum (student. will be played to the same Guaranteed Satisfaction DANDRUFFIN
audience at the same hour on
faculty discussion group) ; mem.
r H Y ber, Political Science Society, April 15 at Dade County Auditorium 'il atjar }7
29 at Miami
Philosophy Club, World Affairs and on April JUST 7 DAYS

Club Honors and Awards, Phi 1 Beach Auditorium. Again, Eevltzky for rnmv (V@(2 ,
be the podium
Sigma Alpha, philosophy honor will on WITH
society; PI Sigma Tau govern these tour concerts.

---- ment honor society; Dean's Honor Tickets are now available In PL 1-3604 1ivd7uekKURASOL
Roll 1957-60 Liberal Arts 888 N.E. 79th St.
After some of Mrs.- Ann Cole- ; schools throughout the greater
man's friends learned of her Honors program, 1957-61. Miami area. Single concert tic Miami
His parent Is Mrs. Janle K, kets for the children are 50
plans to retire Garden as president and Civic of Mays, 1512 NW 58th Terr. cents each, or one dollar for a Satisfaction GuaranteedSold
the Friendship
Club, March 15, which will end pair to the January adults and April may I In most drug stores and beauty
Accompanying
Tier 25th year as president she dates. tickets at one dollar I MIAMI TIMES ADS shops. If not available in your locality
was asked what motivated her PHIL OSSOFER purchase concert. send $1.70 (for a month's supply to;

long stay as president of the SAYS per DON'T COST THEY PAY SABROSOL LABORATORIES
club. Her answer was that she Youngsters and their parent
Box 6175. Sta. B Miami>i Fla.
,
has dedicated her life to the ser. --'e --wMMI ALV should Inquire about tickets and ,
vice of her people and to serve World Religion Day will be concert details at their own CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY

her people comes first In her life observed Sunday. The purpose of school or telephone the University

and to serve the most people can this event Is to emphasize the of Miami Symphony Office
be mora effective through an or oneness of religion. Why this MO 1.4960 or MO 1-2511 extension -

ganization. She always felt the ; emphasis? It Is because only thru 2220.Social .
work was much bigger; than she the force of religion that man.

and kept her personal feelingIn kind has developed] a moral con Security

the back ground. sciousness, which when tapped,

The Friendship. Garden and changes human nature and unit Benefits Depend on
ed mankind.The .
Civic Club was organized on ,r x +
March 15, 1936 In the St. Agnes process of unifying man
of kind Is and always has been the Accurate ReportingYour
garish hall by three women
the Woman's Society of Chris very nature of religion. The
tlan Service of Trinity Methodist word itself means to re-align future Social Security

Church. Thev were Mrs. J. A. to bind together again thehearts benefits depend on accurate re

Guyton, Mrs. J."r.. Feaster and and minds of men. Today, porting of your earnings. The
Mrs. C. H. Reeder. this must be world encircling amount of benefits payable to a
In this day a moral Improvement worker and his dependents at retirement -
Mrs. Ora D. Lee was elected in man is desperately If he becomes disabled,
president, Mrs. A. M. Colemanwas needed to pave the way to unl. .or to his survivors In case of his
the vice, but for reasons versa! peace. Our only hope lies death, depends upon the amountof FREE DELIVERY DRUG
over which Mrs. Lee had no In becoming unified and religion wages posted to his social je.curlty .
control, prevented her from serv must lead the way. The day la account, Edward P. Blon-
ing as she should for that rea. coming when all the religions ston, manager of the district of.

son she resigned In October of will unite. Remember the pro. flee of the Miami North Social HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, ManagerRUPTURE
the same year. Mrs. Coleman was I phecy of Isaiah, in which he 1 Security Administration, pointedout
moved up. There she served continuously I states that we shall become as today.
!since.! I "one flock and one shepherd." I
Mrs. Coleman speaks with As the Christian and Jew, for The Social Security Administration o PILES PROSTATE
pride of those of the club who Instance, distinguishes! the fun. is responsible: for keep.
have at all. times supported her. damentals of his own faith from Ing an accurate and up to date O Rectal Diseases 4 Varicose Veins
programs. The (Supporters made Its record of each earnings record;
outward forms
and manmade Effective low cost-
painless, non.surgical office treatments at
up the larger part of the mem. : rituals, he will sense the however, the cooperation of employers
bershlp of the club of which she same fundamentals in other and employees Is neededIn no loss time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzatlon. Why

will never forget their loyalty world religions. This knowledge maintaining these records. A wear truss Why suffer, delay and get worse'
and helpfulness. Then too she will enable him to close ranks in person working for someone else
was loud In praise of those who his own religion and unite with should be sure his employer gets CONSULTATION FREE 0
gave their moral support to her those in other religions in his correct name and social se Special medication, treatments, diets for arthritis, neuritis, ulcere .

work over the years. knowledging and serving God ac.in curity account number when he blood pressure, sinus, anemia, lost vigor, chronic diseases
She named Father Culmer, Rev one starts to work. It a pay slip or
faith.
common
II. E. S. Reeves, Dr. O. W. Hawkins Thus withholding statement has an incorrect of men and women.

Dr. I, p Davis, Dr. H. H, ages past man, explore must the again dynamic as In number, the worker DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General' Health Service
Green Mrs. Elizabeth E. John, force should call this to the attention
of
son, Mrs. Wllllemae Murray Ar claus formula religion that for that prec of his employer. The employer 1545 S.W. 1st St., FR 3.2748 REDUCINGOOSAVE$2OO

lington Sands, William 0. Perry, can bring should also make sure the correct
to
peace a disturbed
Jr. Lovell I,. Richardson, world For names and social security

Sr., Sam B. Solomon, E. E. this was reason Instituted World Religion Day I account numbers are on the .;. :; ..;; :; :: I :: $ .;. ::; :: ::: -
Kemp, E. W. F. Stirrup and the by the Baha'i quarterly reports of earnings sent
World
whole Miami Colored police Faith whose members, to the Internal Revenue Service.
force of which she was elected former adherents of all the major ,A pennon who Is Belt-employed

"Mother" when they were organized faiths, have discovered religion should pay his social security $
to be
In 1944. Also she wants broadened one dynamic truth, neilf-emploment} tax and report .
the general public both White and enriched from his net earnings at the end of
and Colored to know that much age to age by a great spiritual each year It those net earningsnre
of her work could not have been figure. $400 or more, Blonston said I am worth $2.00, when presented to our Service

accomplished:' without their full There reports must be based on Man, on completion of repairs on any Radio TV

cooperation. To them go many> ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE records of income and expense Record Player, or any make Auto Radio.
many thanks.!! In connection with the trade or
business, whether kept In a ledger You may call us or bring your set in any daY' of the

showing Income and ex. week, or Sundays, between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. for,on-

Begining January 22 For Everyone penses' or sales slliw and .nvolces the-spot service.
We specialize in assigned" risks, or some other way dependingon
with $30 down. Financing arrang the nature of the business. We have a Free Self-Service Tube Checker for your

THE FAMILY FORUMAt ed. Copies of self employment reports convenience.We .
Altman Insurance Agency and the /business records

The YMCA 768 NW 8rd St. FR 1.2421 upon which they were based!! are located at 2537 S.W. 8th Street
should be kept for future refer
Trail"
ence. "On The



Attention All VetsThe Beacon Drive In TVHI


ABC Mortgage Co. American Legion, Wil
liam Henry Bethel l Post No. 281 ,
Is urging all veterans to Join us I 8.7331

703 Seybold Bldg. FR 1-1493 In Richmond Heights and let's
make
this
a strong
community.
OUR HOME SERVICE CHARGE
We are still working and having
First and Second Mortgages our Saturday night affairs either ONLY

Home Improvement Loans Small Monthly PaymentsNo In the Center or at the home of $2.95
a Legionnaire. Also we ask.
are
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Inspection Fee ing each and everyone to come -
out to our tournament which OUR GUARANTEEOne
Combine all your debts into one easy paid mortgage will be each Friday night at 8:00at Unconditional 00-d7
year on all parts used and labor.
the home of Joseph Steward,
Phone FR 1.1(08-0ur- representative win call on yon post commander, 14660 Ftlmore guarantee on the rest of set except picture tube when set Is

ImmediatelyFree St [ repaired for troubles other than tubes!'

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Consultation Regarding Your Mortgage PlanningIn't7lJ7"r.Y11J7 For further Information contact -4>
Joseph Stewart Edward
Hanna Jr., or Murray James Jr.. 1 (One ad per repair job)
\ u\I"f.U:1UIIlUIIlLuk.7'tt7l'tTmTUl1: : \mTm
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FAMU. Professor Honored bv MaaazineIttahard "

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Haley has been named that If principles are worth hold.ing movement which has mate pas. A and M University at Tallahassee '
today. site resistance a major 'weaponIn Haley participated in the
I one of the Ten Americans to Honored for his activities in they are worth going to jail the fight for equal rights tor lunah-counter "sit-ins" which rll'
Watch in 1061 by Pageant ,Mag. the field of race relations, HaleyIs and losing your Job for." He baa Negroes. brought about his dismis&al!! from

ftzlae In Its February Issue, out hailed as "a man who believes done both as a leader in the Formerly on the staff of Fla. the university.

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Police BringChristmas THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA


Along Freedom's Road Cheer. SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961 PAGE-3



By RUTH PERRY --- JESCA PLANS FOR ANNUAL MEET p pm

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I was extremely disturbed the ies). Neither the United States
other day by an article appearingIn Attorney General nor the House
one of our local dally news American Activities Committee r't; .
papers. It discussed how Com include the NAACP on a list .
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munism and Communist Infiltration of subversive organizations. .
Is faring In the Miami area. Both the House and Senate com i
This is a logical news story to mittees empowered to Investigate
,print since Cuba has now become I I subversive activities have at rr \
a stronghold of communist times been headed by such avow I
activity. But ,the distressing part ed white supremacists and declared .
of the article was the not-eo- enemies of the NAACP as ;
veiled innuendo concerning the Hep. John Rankin and Senator .
local NAACP branch here In Mi James O. Eastland, both of Mis j
ami. By inference, some readers sissippi. But the NAACP has I
of this article might well' doubt never been called before either of 'I ,
the true alms and purposes of the these committees because there 1!
Miami branch. To my mind, this has never been any evidence of < r
ia a very poor way to sell news Communist domination of the organization 4

papers. For the sake of a story, rik 1
suspicion Is cast on many Inno ... \
cent people. This type of thing Is It La doubly distressing, there- .. .., ') .f
especially prevalent In times of fore, to have a local dally news ,'." .: 'I
crisis, when witch hunts unfor. paper print the words that ...y, ; :.sa::. :......1.--::

tunately are the acknowledgedorder "there Is no national" Investigation I SGT. J. L. NASH
of the day. of the NAACP, in direct
contrast to the existing facts. Hy Stanley (Sweets) Sweeting
wrrcii HUNTS AGAIN? The only investigating being
done is by Southern states In an With the Christmas and NewYear's _..____m____.. ... ___
.
The article in question ended effort to thwart the activities of ,
"behind"the
holidays Just The committee for the memo 16. Members and friends are r
with the words "There Is no na the NAACP and to try to delay corner, echoes of Scott this date and
tional investigation of the proverbial ,bership meeting of J. E. urged to keep open
NAACP the Supreme Courtis desegrega good times 'and glad tiding are Community Association met in watch for further information. !
which
claims It is antlComraunJat. tion decision.
." These Innuendoesand still In the holiday air. Foremost the office of Dr. 0. W. Hawkins to Members present were: Miss
intimidations are not new SUPPORT OF EMINENT among the spirit of benevolenceIs plan for the annual membership Blanche Calloway, Archibald
to the NAACP. In the South It AMERICANSThe! the various acts of kindness. meeting. Co-chalred by Dr. Haw. Carey, Mrs. Ann Coleman, Frank
has become part and parcel of fostered by the Police Benevolent kins, chairman of publIc relations Johnson, Mrs. Audobell Roker
the attack on desegregation.When NAACP has, from its be Association of the Precinct and publicity and Dr. 0. George Savitt, Miss Ollye Smith
all other efforts at discrediting ginning, enjoyed the support of personnel of the Miami Police Nash Kenneth Sands, chairman of and Kenneth Williams. Staff was
the organization; have eminent Americans of both races Department. Sgt. Jesse L. represented by Mrs. Mamie Gill,
the committee set
failed, there Is always the witch and all faiths. Many famous is president of the Association. membership; director of Adult and Senior Citizens
hunt left. It has been used In Americans have held member is at Christmastime the date, subject to approval of programs and Olive B. Alex.
every deep Southern state by ship in the NAACP, some or' As, the customary PDA enthusiastically the board of directors, for March I i ander, executive director.
them serving as officers or mem-
segregationists who have used distributed assorted baskets of
the phrases "outside agitators bens of the national board or
groceries and niceties to needy
"communist.inspired fellow trav- of special committees. Both and destituted families in the
elers" and "foreign agents" so President Eisenhower and form Greater Miami area. The association .
much that they ,have become well er President Truman have ad
is dedicated to this par-
known refrains. Segregationists dressed NAACP meeting. The ticular project each year. Among STAR MEAT MARKET
know only too well that to brandor late Hard Ickes, who served as other contributions made by
intimate that an organizationand Secretary of the Interior under .
cash donation
the PDA was a $25
President Franklin D. Roosevelt,
its members are Commun Mrs. Dorothy
was at one time president of the presented
let fellow
travelers
and Red
sympathizers is tantamount to Chicago NAACP branch.J Porttock-, supervisor of the Ne. I 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Hall for
Division at Youth
.
making this organization really Edgar Hoover, whose business goo
this de-
her use in sponsoring;
:
Communistic in the minds of as head of the Federal Bureau annual Christmas q
partment's
many people who will read and of Investigation, is to
l listen to such propaganda. know who is and who Is not a party. THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

This has been one of the main Communist, has said: "Equality, The spirit of the holiday sea
problems facing the NAACP in freedom and tolerance are es. son continued to echo thruoutthe .
the South during the past few sential In a democratic govern. police precinct long after
years. JUlamlans know well whata ment. The NAACP has done the Christmas and New Year's
witch hunt Is, as they were much to preserve these prln. celebrations were history' Dut
spectators not too long ago when ciples and to perpetuate the desires memories still linger around the fresh Meat-Low Prices
local NAACP officers were in. of our founding fathers." huge and brilliantly-illuminated
vestigated along this same line. The business of the NAACP Is Christmas tree that beautified
The smoke screen of "alleged to work for civil rights, for the the precinct station. It was a .
Communist Infiltration" cover elimination of racial barriers, masterpiece as created and de
the real purpose that of try for an America with full equalIty signed by Officer Willie Cal-
ing to discredit the NAACP and for all its citizens. It w a s houn, business manager of the
its effective work toward total founded for, and has adhered to, PDA. NOW YOU CAN BUY
desegregation in the South. this high purpose since its be. 6-months'yauto liability insuranceFor
ginning in 1909. Despite the an The annual exchange; of gifts
NAACP POSITION ON gry attacks of white suprema. among PDA members was an. only $16.60 Down At
COMMUNISMThe cists, the throats and Red- other demonstration as to the
smears of race-baiters, the spirit of brotherhood exemplified .
NAACP position on Communlsm NAACP has not been intimidated by the Negro division of the SERVICE fIRST/ INSURANCE AGENCY
Js clear and unequivocal. nor will it be In the future. Miami Police Department. Dur
Futhermore, the NAACP la not, The Association will continue to ing this exchange of gifts, beau. 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. NE 5-6355
and never has been, listed as sub work for an end to racial prejudice tiful and useful Items were in And 16300 N.W. 27th Ave. NA 4-6612
versive by any federal official or and second-claw citizen
evidence by donor and receiverof
IF YOU CAN QUALIFYNo
agency. (Please note, local dall ship.
the male and female mem.
bership. Three members of the appointent necessary

group were cited for outstanding Both office open Mon thru Sat. 0 a.m. to B p.m.
service, each' receiving a special
=f3yr ; gift from the Association. Those
cited were Willie Calhoun
James Dowe and Mrs. Mildred t.al'IIIII'IIII.I'I IIIJU'JJ.I I'1Iil I'JliiI1
Smith, in that order. Each held

Important In the and PDA.respected A special positions TV Service Calls q-.50

award was presented Sgt. Nash
for his dynamic and fearless

leadership In guiding the destiny ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS I'MJB I'AiITSLARRY'S
of the benevolent group. This
was. the second such award for
President! Nash. T.V.

Mrs. Ann Coleman, mother of WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
Sgt Clinton Williams, precinct
coordinator and "mother" of the RADIOS, HI-FI AND' STEREO REPAIRS
PDA graciously accepted her
special holiday gift from the As. 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
fociation.

leiee .'.. t.t.PI'III'ele llle". !'I..
Dance fans cannot soon forget
Kt the overcapacity throng of 1 I I .
bully-gully enthusiasts that Jam.
packed the Harlem Square Club FRanklin 4-3269
ballroom, when the PDA sponsored
t the fabulous Mldnlghters DR. JAMES R. LINDSEY

ANr In a ne'er'to-be'forgotten dance, PODIATRIST
I last November. Next outing on
tissat esfid dibEfr'b6.txo the association's) agenda Is the Foot and Lei Disorder
drIBtst sum yes
IOar 0 Box 3457.F2 .8avannah. Oa proposed gala dance, scheduledfor
$ h tot tltss MAdC TEAM IIAltS Dayfront Park's huge auditorium 9 a.m. U 2 p.m. 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

and featuring the ever. 712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami, Fit.Fired .
popular recording star Ray I
I The Miami Times Pays Off . t . . .
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.., Can you Bee In me the posslhillties -
;,, : ot a great some one? BG i
One. whose future work Is being
done.
Can you look at me and explore
the things that I most ..yx
,. adore?

Main Office at 6740 N.W. 16th Avsnue-Phon. OX 1.t>421. i Can( 'I: be aa .a human tree, with
: of integrity
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-223e fruit like knowledge i fCw i
? xa
Or do I change like the winds of
Editor and Business Manager
Garth U. Reeves, Managing .
time:
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, EditorMember And, keep pace like others with

of the Axsodftted Negro Press peace of mind I
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association Now,' can I stand still without
motion as if I were a waveless -
I Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1O27, at the Post Office' ocean?
at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8,\ 1876. ", Will all my wisdom so unfold 4
I that someday it will serve as = a J ed
RATES :
SUBSCRIPTION
some one's goal?
ONE YEAR $4.50 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS. $1.71 Dy Harry L. Collins
Dade Co. Jr. College
English Student
KENNEDY SPEAKS
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President-elect Kennedy, speaking on Tuesday beforea I Speech Set on "" Adderlywas ..
joint session of the Massachusetts Legislature pledgedthe Little Miss Deborah -
: the winner of the recent Elvis Presley and Barbara J
Democratic administration will be mortgaged to no in- Population Baby Contest sponsored by the Eden co-star In "FU&ming' Star",
dividual or group-economic, racial or political. Finance Committee of the JamesE. opening Sunday at the Lib-City
The President-elect said of those to whom much ExplosionMrs. Scott Community Association. Drive-in for Its Southern pre.

is given much is required and with God's help, he will try H. Franklin Williams, Deborah a fifty dollar Is the bond.happy She recipient attends of miere. ;

to give much to the nation. board member of JESCA, will James E. Scott .pre-school centerNo.
The success or failure of his administration will be !"peak' on "Population Explosion" 2 at James E. Scott Homes. THE J. F. DEAL'S STUDIO '
measured by (the answers to his goal which is courage, Monday, Jan. 16, 8 p.m. in the Runner-up was /little Miss Elaine
judgement integrity dedication.uFirst Community Room of the Miami Murray, the recipient of a twen Is now starting another Girl's
Beach Federal Building, Wash ty.five dollar 'bond. Other win Beauty Contest.; "
were we truly men of courage with the ington Ave. and Lincoln Road. ners were Jeffrey Bullard and ,1
courage to stand up to one's enemies and the courageto This meeting Is sponsored by the Anthony Roker. They received 307 N.W. 2nd Avenue
stand up when necessary to one's associates the Miami Beach Chapter of the saving stamps. FR 4.3034
American Association for the
courage to resist public pressure, as, well -as private United Nations. JESCA wishes to thank all I
and friends who workedso .
parents
"'
greed? Mrs. Williams, a former high hard to make the contest a
"Secondly, were we truly men of judgment of the school teacher, holds a master's success. The' amount raised was Income Tax Time!
future as well as the past-of our own mistakes as wellas degree in nursing education. She. $725.55 :
has been secretary of the Visiting I ''Need help to fix, form
your
the mistakes of others-with enough wisdom know Nurses' Association in Miami 'J
what we did not know, and enough candor to admit it? and is an instructor In nursingat League of Women Voters, having Just bring information to ;
the University, of Miami and John E. Hatcher, 15030
"Third, were we truly men of integrity-men who served that' group an secretary.
Mt. Sinai Hospital. She is a past Her bobby is raising orchids. Harrison St., CE 5.3864 :
never ran out on either the principles in wjiich they be national president of Sigma
lieved or the people who believed in 'th meif'whom Theta Tau, a nursing honorary Everyone attend this Is meeting.cordially There invitedto is Reasonable, dependable. j
neither financial gain nor political ambition could ever society. She is active with the no admission charge. Richmond Heights i
divert from the fulfillment of our sacred trust? ,:;
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"Finally, were we truly men of dedication-with an J
honor mortgaged to no individual or group and compro- 1:. .

mised by no private obligation or aim but devoted solelyto w I. ,.,' ._., _. .
serving the public good and the national interest?" :': I
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I isJi fr+i :iJ: { ,? ry Al
The president-elect's speech makes interesting read- ;
ing and we have every reason to believe in its sincerity.If I' >-

the Congress cooperates Mr. Kennedy ,should have a :
very successful administration. Sti
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GEORGIA TURNS BACK? r

After desperate attempts to keep two Negroes from ysh'Pkg'ii.J

entering the University, of Georgia that state found thatit
is 'hard. to kick against the pricks." Georgia was faced

with accepting two Negroes at the University or closingthe N
school. Governor Earnest Vandiver was prepared to
carry out the state law withholding funds if the univer-

sity was integrated. However a court's decision barringthe
state from cutting off the funds saved the day. The

,two students Miss Charlayne Hunter and Hamilton ,
Holmes were admitted to classes'and cordially receivedby '
some of the students. ,.: : ;
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This seems to have been the calm before the storm. Enjoy i'J \
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On Wednesday night hundreds of students and other citi- -..: "
zens rioted on the campus. The police had to use tear gas J., ''' .
bombs to restore order, a number of students were arrested '

and the two Negroes taken to Atlanta for safe keeping.We .
will follow further developments with interest.


Jacksonville made a start at integrating its recrea-
tional facilities on Tuesday night when 15 or more Ne-
groes attended the Eastern Hockey League match be-

tween Charlotte and the Jersey Larks of Haddonfield.A .
recent court decision ordered all recreational facilities -

in Jacksonville, desegrated. for Convenience, Efficiency and Economy

...
REDISTRICTMetro If your lights dim when appliances CONVENIENT-beca.use'youcan use several electrical ;fo"

: Commissioner Arthur Patten at a meeting on shrinks start,and fuses or your often TV blow picture,and appliances where and when you want them

Tuesday suggested. that County :Manager O. W. Campbelland your home is cluttered with extension wish-and arrange your furnishings and lamps as you
the county's Planning Department bring in a formulafor cords-wbat you need is always find an outlet handy.

revamping districts in Dade County 'before the 1961 full Housepowerl!And that means EFFICIENT-because
lights and
Legislature meets in April to consider state 100-200 electric service appliances will
a reapportionment amp ,with get their rightful share of electrical Light
plan. the right size wires leading into will be brighter. Appliances-such energy.as toaster, I >

Patten pointed to the five voting districts in Dade. No. your,house outlets, and and plenty switches of Yes circuits better roaster results.,waffle iron-will heat up properly and give ,

1, Coral Gables, easterly 98,139; No. 2, Hialeah, Opa full Housepower is your power to
Locka easterly 143,194 No. 3 Miami Live Better Electrically-today
; Springs, easterly ECONOMICAL-because you will be able to Install -
79,297 ; No. 4 South County, 38,584 ; No. 5, Miami Beachto and tomorrow. Full Housepowermakes major electrical equipment now-or later-
Golden Beach 37,099. your home... with little
f or no additional expense for wiring.

Patten said the Florida Constitution imposes a man- SEE YOUR ELECTRICAL!: WIRING. CONTRACTOR FOR A FREE CHECK-UP NOWI' .
datory obligation on the Metro Commission to redistrictin

such a way as to provide assurances of representative

government.Five fkftOA'a7 D1

of Dade's Metro\ commissioners are eleoted by '
votes in their districts. Five others are nominated by districts Yt \

andeIected i in a countywide poll. ,

The three others ar:e elected from the three cities with FLORIDA POWER & L&IbHT S _

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r brechet Sarah Cherry Minnie SATURDAY JANUARY 14 1961PAGE SHerouts
Naomi Kiah ,
Blocker Symenette.
THIS andi vr.- Drown John Callaway Joseph t .
: Williams Clifford Combs, Joe' +

I Albury Vernon Clarke, Garth C.

',-, Reeves, Patrick, 'Black 1L;:, H. HoldFamily Beauty' Culturist
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McCurdy ,
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E, Thomas., +., '
: .. 'i" Theta Nu Sigma Sororityof
.. ,By RUTH: N. POLITE w Year's .Day was a- happy the National Beauty; Culturiet
Occasion for Mrs,.Thllllp, B. lIe. League met in its regular meet
TO THOSE WIIO ARE ILi. We: rout of 129 NW 14th St., w ih owas ing at the residence of the basl.
wish a speedy recovery. Word' leus of the State of Florida at
; i"DiS united with her five daughters .
DERATA. Go
friend
placidly I of the family, gave the has come to us' that Johnny Pat-t! for the holidays. Mrs Florence M. All Pompano
amid the noise and she haste bride in marriage.' She wore a Beach
ton is steadily Improving: Mrs., on Monday afternoon at
and remember what ,peace there full length gown of pink peau de Thelma Melton North's father is, Those present at the familyre.unlon .4 p.m. The members ore Wllhel.
may be In silence .' As far as sole made with portrait neck. gravely ill Mrs. Frances 'S.| were: Mrs. Asenath Michael mina qtarke, Marion Muldrow
possible, without surrender, bon line, long sleeves, fitted bodice< Mildred Williams
Tucker is bedded In Washing of Buffalo; Mrs.. Elsie Mae and Betty Col.
good terms with all persons. and full skirt. Her headdresswas ton D. C. at 'Bryant St., 'N.W.IFreedman's | Phillips and children Leon Jr., line of Miami. Rosa Lee Dean

Speak your truth'quietly and a pink short' veil 'fastened to Hospital., ward 3., and Sharon, ,also, her brother-in- Dania 01 ga Cooper Hadlandale
clearly; and listen to others a pink crushed rose of peau de ", law James. Phillips of Atlantic and the advisor D. A. Julius of

,I even to, the dull and the Ignor sole' The bride carried .a white IN :MEMORIAM: : 'John Lee. ,City; ,Mrs. Angle Reed and Miami.
ant. ; they too have a story. Bible to which was attached a Brown, Jan. 13, 1960. daughter Katheryn of West Next meeting will be at the
Avoid loud and aggressive per bouquet of white orchids and Palm Beach;. Mr. and Mrs. Ja. residence of Mrs. Mildred Williams
sons; they; are vextations to the stepfaanotls. The Bible was a cob Ross and daughter Peggy of Opa Locka.TEACHER .
!spirit. If you compare yourself gift from the groom. North Miami Beach; also Peggy's
I : with others" you may become HAPPY BIRTHDAY Greetings: ohildren
Michael Erlyn and Jen. WANTED
Mrs. Doris Hutchinson the "Breeze Olivia L.
bitter or vain for always there Leroy Brown ale Mr.
and Mrs.
; Jahn
Haddock
will be greater and lesser per. bride's only attendant, wore a Edwards Gladys Johnson Fran. Trained and experienced In
(Virgie) and '
I eons than yourself.' Enjoy your dress of international blue witha cis Clark Alexine Delaney Charlie Mae and Norma children Smith, primary grades. One who knowamethods
matching headdress and car. Kate Heastle ,
achievements as well as your Gladys Johnson and John Jr. and believes In real
' plans. Keep Interested in your red a bouquet of yellow carnations Fannie flumes Jan. 12; Dorothy teaching. Call for appointment{ \

own career (however humble. It, Henry Joseph Mott, Jr.. I Edwards James T. Bowman Many friends and distant relatives for interview if qualified Mrs.
i' la a real possession In the chang. served as best man. Luclnao Garrillo' .G. A. Collins .participated with the family Jackson NE .4-4308 NE 33679.

;,, ing fortunes of time. Exercise Mrs Jane Bell Adams Day. Jan 13; Minnie Reeves, Eddie to make It a joyous and hap. Indf \
caution in your business affairs tona Beach, who was a 'classmateand Wilson Michael Graham Jan. py affair for their mother.
, for the world is full of trickery. is a childhood friend of the< 14; Margaret J. ,Adams Verdelle Mrs. Herout Is the widow of
" '; But let this not blind you to what bride sang "At Dawning" and Hopkins. Annie Bell Adams the' late Rev. Phillip B. Herout. LOOK. BE WISE. Prayer changes
t virtue there is; many persons "The Lord's Prayer." Baldwin Frank E. Colston Mlllicent Wilson things.' Yes. prayer changes

\\f strive for high ideate and Hepburn a co-worker of the Emma Adams Hermelne MONROE MUSIC HOUSE things Do you need real success
everywhere life is full of hero- bride sang "For You Alone. Gibson, Ruth Teaatle, Caroline and happiness at all times. ThLsis
Ism. Be yourself. Especially do Mrs. Pauline Dunn presided at Johnson Jan. 16; Hannah Ed. And Church Furniture your chance to get a Religious I
,
' not feign affection. Neither be the piano and played nuptial wards, Lucille Riou James Cross at a special otter of S2.00
I; cynical about love; for in the music throughout the ceremony. Snow Helen Higgs, Agnes Heze. Supply cash in bills. No C. O. D., no

face of all aridity and disenchantment The ,bride was graduated sum- klah Edna McKenzie Marian money orders, p'.ease.: Send birth
" it Is a& perennial, as ma cum laude from South Carolina Davie, Frederick Johnson Jan. 820 N.W. 3rd Avenue date and stamped envelope to:
, the grass Take kindly the coun. State College and is an 16; Eric Hendon Brenda Rivers Phone FR 4.4391 CROSS DEPARTMENT
t sel of the years gracefully sur alumna of Boston University. Lillian: Russell'', Darnice Brown Writer of "Rock of Ages. Get 244. McIntyre Street
Zion Parnlce Brown Jan. 17; Cor- your 1961 commentaries. EasterMusic Savannah, Qa.
rendering the things {)f youth. She is a member of Mt.
Nurture strength of spirit to Baptist Church and Delta Sigma ripe Stokes Lorraine Albury now ready.
shield you in sudden misfortune Theta Sorority. Presently she Is Janis P. Anders Jan. 18.

But do not distress yourself with a teacher of English, lat North. .
THOUGHT FOR" THE WEEK iI.
dark Imaglnnlngs. Many fears western.Mr. .
are born of fatigue and lonell.I Maxwell is an alumnus of I "Tart words) make no friends. A
ness. Beyond a wholesome discipline Talladega College and is employed spoonful of honey will catch

' be gentle with yourself. 1 as a dietician In the Mi. more" flies than a gallon of vine SEABOARD SHOE
I You are a child of the universeno ami Beach area. lie is on the gar.
less than the trees and the trustee board and sings In the

stars; you have a right to be choir of St. Paul AME Church. p
} here. And whether or not It 18'' lfJ'Zelma Peters coordinatedthe JR. COLLEGE

clear to you no doubt the universe wedding. Mrs. Dorothy Edwards REPAIR SHOP
Is unfolding as it should registered guests and received SETS COURSES
\ Therefore be at peace with God gifts.
whatever you conceive Him to be.
Dado's Is
new junior college
And whatever your labors and ZETA Pill BETA Sorority, offering a series of adult edu. ANNOUNCES ITS .
aspirations in the noisy confusion Inc. In keeping with the national cation courses that make It
of life, keep peace in your custom all local Zetas will ponalble' for a to obtaina
' soul With all its sham drugery observe Founder's Day Jan. 15. person
college degree In retailing and \
f and broken dreams It is still a Planned to com me rate 40 yearsof merchandising.First .
beautiful world. Be cheerful. service< to mankind and Grand Opening
m Strive to be happy." community development this of the new cpuraes will

year a tri-county worship ser begin Feb 1 and run through
PKOFLE. Within the last deCade vice will be heM Sunday morn June 9. They cover retail merchandising 1
penal institutions (have re ing at St. Paul AME Church. A techniques of sell
sorted to hiring highly skilled closed dinner program will be Ing and several courses on tex
trained workers to assist in the held immediately after the sere tiles and fashion dosgn.FUNDINC, MONDAY JANE 16th
rehabilitation of inmates. Visit vice at the Dunbar Elementary ,
ing Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Evans School Included In the anniversary -
is such a person. J. W. STAF celebration activities will *

FORD a graduate of Morehouse be Zeta Amlcae (Friends of I

College Is employed as a correction Zeta) and Amlcettes.
I officer at.the Federal_ In.sutution SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK

in Atlanta Mrs. I NATIONAL Headquarters of

PAULINE DUNN ARTHUR Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was
" EVANS and DAVID PASCHAL dedicated Dec. 30 in Washing.
Half Soles And
are attending the Florida State ton D.C. The building is located $
Music Educators Association 2.50
)' at 1734 New Hampshire Ave.
Clinic at FAMU Jan. 1214.
The celebration was an all day
a: There to enhance, the clinic are affair More than 1500 Zetas at. Rubber Heels . .
such notables as David L. Wil.
and 3500
tended the dedication
,. mot consultant in music education
guests visited the promises and
r'
Florida State Dept.; War. the meeting.Mrs .
attended public
k ner Lawson conductor of choir ) Ella W. Fisher is the Rubber Heels 4 9 CAll
and dean school of music How.. Southeastern Regional Director, ." .
ard U.; John H. Hopkins preAl
dent of FSTA Mrs. DOROTHY Dr. Deborah Partridge Wolfe Is

W. EDWARDS, dean of national president The Dreyfus Fund is a mutual' In. First Class Work
girls at Northwestern was hos .
tees to the American Association OLAMOUOU8 FAHULOUHRinkeydlnks vestment fund in which the man
i of Women htr staged a post sea.
University in
r .' latlal home in the Brownsvillearea pa. son party at Rinkeydlnk MaryColden's agement hopes to make your Done by

on Saturday morning. More home to end all partiesfor money grow and takes whatit
while Last
a Saturday night
than 75
members heard chal
lenging and stimulating reports there were artistic motifs all considers sensible risks
over the rooms bearing the slogan
from Johnson
the Newcomers Group. Billy
In that direction.
"Let's. Start the Year Right
High on the agenda was a report "
given by Mrs Gladys White with Fun Tonight. The sloganswere ... jrau MA. Invtil" monthly' In..

on the status of women in our made by Rinkeydlnk Zelma DREYFUS INVESTMENT PROGRAMfor Formerly' of City Shoe Repair
Black. The festive board was
times Mrs White .Is on the Na the lytttmitlo'' ICcum"lltioltof >
tional Board of AAUW. laden; with foods and the usual fwid ihirti' .,er 10 y.., piled'

Eight couple residing in the sippable beverages. The bully C,mp//*". gully lines were long and strong.
Opa Locka area make their married
life more delightful by : Every foot was In the right place prop.c/.,./r..frMii
meeting frequently In social at the right. time on the call A Also expert shoe shine service- For all
settings They function under good time was had by all. J. D. Mayor & Co.

the name of The Social Graces. master John and H. Callaway Introduced served members as WI 5-2225 or WI 74458P. color shoes-At popular Prices
The is of the
composed
group
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O. Box 41 Uleta Branch:
Portia Dannl.ter.Durnette.
Corrlne Anton ,
Melvin Foxes James Robinsons
Miami, FU.
Ted Rubin Donaldsons T. Z. Bucboltz Zelma
Peguescto, ,
Open Daily-8 6
a.m. to
Walter Peterson Calvin Mapps, Black Mary Golden Ann Graves p.m.
McDonald Fosters. Flo Hawkins Ann Llndsey Clifford R. Matthews, Sr.
Jane Friday and Saturday-8 a.m. to 9
Francena Patrick Reeves p.m.
2292 N.W. 52nd St.
DOROTHY R. NEWTON wed Eugenia Thomas Pinkie Priceof
to JOHN IIENRY MAXWELL.The Orlando and Yours Truly NE 4-3045 Closed SundWys
honorary members. Local Itoftifltered
couple married Sat
was on
urday, the 24th of December at Post season gifts were ex .. Representative
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six o'clock in the morning in the changed. Each member received N.....,.,.awe. dk.aw' f 2184 N.W. 7th AvenueNear
garden of Mr. and Mrs. Turner a cigarette lighter from Portia _u..py......
Joiner at 2626 NW 68th st. The Bannister.
Joiners are uncle and aunt of Guests present were Mr. and rt*.M IM the groom. The Rev. Edward T. Mrs. James Munroe, Mr. andMrs Seabord
Caleb Crosby Mr. and Mrs. NnN
Graham of the Mt. Zion Baptist
Earl Btrneswell )lr. and Mrs. ,...hi4Mari"
Church performed the ceremony.A .
Phone FR 1.9726
wedding breakfast was held Willie Thomas, Mr. and Mra.
after the ceremony. Cleveland Turner, Dr. and )(n.

James Llndsey Misses Glodlna .
David H. Dobbs dean of the. a 1tIf. .
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Around Miami II UP 45,000NEW




By DAVE BONDU YORK The NAACP
membership for 1960 as
national
___ #t 386,808,
v. """ of December 1& was

1901 HAS started' off with a an insrease of 45,000 over the LINCOLN ESTATES

bang! Last Sunday, an apartment same period in 1959.
of the re.
the basis
house at 1270 NW 60th at. bleW'up. I This was
Seems that there vw a gas port to ,the 52nd annual meeting
leak somewhere and somehow the enee do the hully-gully. I am a of the association here by Gtos-

tmiMfng; blew Injured up.,About none ten seriously per. gully fan. eer that B. Current the civil, who rights also organization revealed NtlU Itar (! iff'4tiat

oonswere lost their Urea, This is a compliment, not a now has 1,434 units In 45

which and we no are one glad of. I spoke commercial. Although this may I states, including Alaska and Ha. To every home-buyer who qualifies under FHA
sound like a commercial I am ,
with next door neighbor of the w&11.
a this for the benefit of

vacant the trouble apartment(the neighbor that caused was let our writing you community.know where I always your try bustIness to-. Detroit, as Mich.the, replaced association'slargest Philadelphia A 9 Foot Electric; Refrigerator

stated
and she
out the time) is appreciated and where I unit with a whopping
that she was at 51st st. and 24th think you will get the best deal 24,800 members; Chicago, was
the blast. Mayme
are and heard closed our and service. On 27th are at the next with 15,025; Cleveland *
oald that the blast windows. The corner of 49th at. there is a tail 13,547; Philadelphia, 12,585

dining wreckage room is really something to or shop called Williams Tailors.I .I and Washington, 11,372. $9,300 Sales Price-$300 Down
clothes in the
see. The roof blew off, the walls had some of my decided to Also Baltomore 10,931; Los
ripped out and the place Is Justa I car and in passing Angeles, 9,975; New York,
because son month everythingSee
take them there my $62.00 per pay
St. Louis, 6,974 Pitts
mess. 8,688; ;;
Bill, had told me about this shop
where he gets his cuffs. There Is burgh, 5,590; Memphis, 5,532
I HAVE RECEIVED cards, a saying that "children shot.ld be I (largest in south); Boston, 5,199 the three bedroom model at
letters and phone calls from and Kansas City 5,196.
seen and not heard" this Is.
people all over the United States time I'm glad I heard. It Is. Mr. Current also cited the
one 221st Street Goulds
about the Ray Mitchell 10835 S.W.
asking me nice to know that there is a placeIn Orange County (Orlando), Fla. ,
North-South Golf Tourna town where people who care branche for its Increase from 173
ment. People In Chicago are confused members In 1958 to 1,033 in
clothes their
about their can get
about the dates and peopleIn personal clothing cleaned prop 1955 and to 1,300 in 1960, an DeCarlo Homes, Inc. HI 4-4681

Miami are spreading rumors erly, without having to pay an outstanding accomplishment in
that there won't be any tournament there- exorbitant price. Best of all, its light of the hostile attitudes THIS OFFER EXPIRES JAN. 15, 1961
this year. Of course, nice to know that we do havea against the association in Fla.
are some jealous people who hope Negro in this business who Mr. Current !le. director of
that the tournament won't come
cares about his customers and branches.
off and are saying ugly things his work. Roger Williams,w the

about Ray. Well, let' break this owner, Is a bonified tailor and he Book Review .
and for all! Ray at
mess up once .
North- makes suit, pants, coats to per If. .
will have his
Mitchell "
fection. He attended Tuskegee
Golf Tournament, Feb. 20,
South Institute and majored in tailorIng At Dade FederalThe .
:n, 22, 23, 24, 25, five full and continued his studies .,. 10,000 Hvlng
at the Miami Springs ,- xhlblttlSurprlatt
days -
along that line in New York and Dade Federal Savings
Club. The usual golf ball
Country has been In the cleaning and tall
Speakers'
Bureau cordially In. galore
(dance, that Is) at Day Front
Auditorium on Thursday! night oring business for 15 years vites you to attend a book review -
In that same location. I don't e Non top scion
by Mrs. Frank Kerdyk of
Feb. 23. First of all, there Is not
know where he gets his launder. "A Distant 'y
enough money available to take Trumpet" by Paul porpo/.." PAM to Sundown!
fall-danclnp
the tournament from Ray, and ing done, but when you get It Horgan, Edison Center Com. wor/cf'a only
back, It is beautiful. I have always Room Cha"and"Samba"
then, too, the City la behind munity Dade Federal Sit"Cha' CHILDRBNt
said that you should give Savings and their water ball.1IeAQUARIUm
Loan In
him 100 percent. Again, Ray has Association: Under O Pre.
credit where it is due and when
5800 NW 7th
ave, Tuesday
,
Davfe his and Price
Dr. I. P. In corner 6-14 Half
I find these places that give Jan.
service 17, at 10:30.:
think of It,
little
as as you may
for the hard BM1-fS<471
earned dollarswe
Coffee 10 to 10:30 a.m. Ad Phones
Dr. Davis Is still a In Mi
power work for, then I feel that It mission free by reservation only.
ami. Whenever, the city officials CAUSEWAY
is my duty to tell about Mrs. Exum ON RICKINBACKBR
you PL
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get In a tight, they run to Dr. them. *..(1O Mim.tO.OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI)
Davis for recommendations. So

for the record, we will have the

Ray Mitchell North-South Golf MAYME WANTS, once again
tournament Feb. 20 thru 25, andI to thank each of you for your

wish Ray all the luck In the prayers thoughts, flowers, gifts, For The Finest Apartments
world. cards, visits and telephone calls at Moderate Rates-Call

during her illness. She will be ;
sending out cards coon and
they
word that MI
I RECEIVED
will have to suffice for' our
Bowling Club owner, Charlie BONDED
Christmas and New Year cards
Hayek, and a personal friend ofa this year for she couldn't makeIt
lot of Negroes In Dade CountyIs before. I
in Jackson Memorial Hospital
with pneumonia. He Is In room

891 and a card at the right time BOBBY MARSHALL sex h*
makes people feel a lot better. can't see how Phil Harris can COLLECTION

When It is known that someone talk about pots. He should seethe
cares, It helps for a f edy re. one hem carrying. Phil is a !
covery. Ask us, we know. We nice round 69 now. M,1

wish Charlie a speedy recovery. Till next week live life, every
golden minute of 1L Peace.
AGENCY Inc
PRETTY GUlL of the Week:

Mary Mayo (Christian Hospital) ,

Pretty Boy of the Week: r r r rrr k v\
Leonard Walker (United Magazine

Policeman of the Week: The largest collection and rentals J '$
Roy Rogers (not the cowboy)

Public servant of the Week: in the South
agency
; operating in
Winnie Bell (Club MI Bowling

Lounge Man About Town:
Dennis Smith. Dade and Broward Counties' '' r:


MOST OF TIlE TIME I don't J Negro Housing areas 'JL

get a chance to see shows, but
L BROOKS, President
last Friday night, I decided to
catch the show at the Fiesta MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Room. Clyde Klllens must have
hit the numbers, or something, 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
cause the show he has must have 2 .
cost a lot of money. Naturally BROWARD COUNTIES

Bobby Marshall handles the M.C. There Is no sense in bring
spot Just like a pro should. I
caught the opening act who Is a burned up at a poorly.operating

fine young man a dancer with set, when all you have to do Is ai? .Y. '"

much class and polish. He is call SOOTIVS TV :1V 8nlAre. .

Bill Flint and does a wonderfultap Our service Is quick sure Y' .
dance and closes on a pair of
and economical. Call FR 3-1589. ,
mCY
skates. This young man Is no INC.
amateur, and he la the kind of I .
dancer that Just isn't easy to I .J ::> ::![ .. L
find. He is on the order of the ..

Nicholas Brothers the StepBrothers 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

The Condos Brothers, II
and the closest thing to Willie r MAIN OFFICE

Gaines that I have seen in a long
time. He can stop any show. An. 2060 N.W 75th ST. ................ PL 8. 827 1019 N.W. 8th ST. ,
3801
other highlight in the Fiesta rr GRAND AVE. _....... HI
9 5.1381 .
Show is Jessie Ferguson He is 4240 Ft. Lauderdale ..........._, JA 4 ase7e
r N.W. 27th
neat and sings a nice song. The AVE. -- NE 8.J4I6
background. music is aupreb. Dix 339 HAMMONDVILLI RD,
1878 N.W.
xy Jones has a good strong band. S2nd St. OX 1.4428 Pompano --1-.ltLt..Lu.1..t, WE S-3235
The stars of the show are four
girls called the Miller Sisters. 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. 14460
Begining January 22 N.W 22nd AVE.Opa .
They came on did a few Ruth Plrrlnl
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CE 6-3553
Looks MU S-M17
Brown numbers, and a few stand.
. ards and did a small dance. I THE FAMILY FORUMAt
'.. found them to be better dancers 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue '

'ti.' than elngers. The best part of The YMCA FR 3-8416

,1]! the night.Is to watch the audi
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BY THE PIECE LB.29C U.S.STANDARD LB.
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FOOD ICING-303 CAN LB.
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COOKINGONIONS FOLGERS INSTANT 10 OZ.
3lbs COFFEE ..
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CAROLINA LB. NIBLET 10 OZ CAN

YAMS 9C. CORN ns Me

'SHURFINE EARLY HARVEST-303 CAN
REGULAR SIZE EACH
GRAPEFRUITS 3C PEAScans

FRESH CUT LB. Z 29c

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Cabbage 3c
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AMAZING (DADDY) GRACE PAGE 8 THE SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961 I

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millions of heavyweight championship fight
Thousands, perhaps
citizens' attention are now turned to be held at Miami Beach on
toward the Congress of the March 13.
United States and for one particular The enquirer also wants to
reason; they want to know how many lynchings have
know what the Congress will do there been in Florida. "

about the health measure now There bas been recorded 282
before, or to be brought ,before lynchlngs ,in Florida during the
that body 79 Of these 257
past years.
w F. Kennedy
John
Presidentelect were Negroes and 26 were .white.:
4b and his party want compulsory sy .
health insurance for old a -

people and want it attached to Leo Robinson, well/ known Ml* GMFiYd

social security. amian was Governor Farris Dry "You've got to stop eating
ant's choice, for membership on
The American Medical Association horse mcitl"Our
Commission,
Dade County's Jury
!is opposed; calls the plan I. M. Welntraub. expertly prepared bar spec.
succeeding
"a national tragedy, unfair to old lalties are enough to set a dowager
and young alike." to licking her glass. Our
i&n However there will be some. Florida's economy will be 'dis stock is the most complete lu
d /' thing done about medical help cussed by the governor and town. If it's 'brewed, fermentedor
;, for the aged during this session Budget Commission during the I distilled we have it.
of Congress. At least that's this next two weeks. The Budget Director .

*;a writer's opinion. Harry Smith, reports that
Farris revenue from existing sources
has will fall short of about $60,000
ordered heads of all ,agencies to I 000 consequently there will be a
buy compact cars when purchasing of about million.
I cut : $951 BpFAXfAST tuNCN a NvFa
replacements, unless good
I
4 reason can be shown for using The governor let it be known!
standard size cars. that his emphasis will be on1 i 6006 N Yi Zt AvI:,

economy. MIAMI FIORIVrNotice
More than 1,000 Republicans ,
honored Henry Cabot Lodge and Drive carefully.: If you drink,
Vice-president Nixon and Mrs. don't drive-if you drive don't
Nixon .on Monday night. On this drink. Alcohol and gasoline are
occasion Mr. Eisenhower praised sworn enemies.
Nixon for services "lnvnJlu ble to During the year of 1960 Dade All parents of Northwestern
Today January 12, 1961 marks and transforming power of love. government," and said he was a County's traffic toll was ;153. "* Senior High School students are
one year since the passing of our He begged men to hear his teach. warm friend invitedto'' its annual parent
ing and believe him for his work teacher Conference Day, on Fri
dear leader Sweet Grace
Daddy .sake. He pro v e d without The state of Connecticut has day January 27, from 11 to 6:30:
Words cannot describe :his great, any doubt that the Negro race ordered a Hamden real estate I Advertise! It Pays! p.m ,
ness of our feelings. toward himas can be led constructively by one developer to sell a house to De. II
leader founder and builder of that has the vision of God wLtt Jones after he had failed in ---
the United House of Prayer for several attempts to purchase the WORDS FOR< THE WORLD
A monument of him will always home.
all
People. Today our hearts and
THAT which the Lord hath ordained AS the
minds are spiritually being fed be in our hearts from Jones was turned down because
with his words of encouragement. generation to generation. Our he is a Negro. sovereign remedy and mightiest instrument
Itpis, will always sing his praise The for the healing of all the world is the union
While others sneered and scof. case was decided on be
half of nil its peoples in one universal Cause,
fed of the Civil Rights .
and ridiculed and maligned. Submitted by The House of Commission
Daddy Grace was giving the Prayer. Elder G. Huff District by a three-man tribunal. one common FnJth.Daha'i Writings
world an ocular demonstrationof Chairman. Elder N.
the salvaging, resuscitating Harris Recording Secretary. On Wednesday from Stockholm 1UILVI FAITH MIAMI ASSEMBLY
came a cable requesting infor FRanklin 15420- Baha'i TempleWilmette ]
IF'
mation about segregation at the 111.
coming' Patterson Johansson


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$25 to $600

Christian Reader Call PL 8-3653

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Help remote bad luck and evil influences of all kinds. She is If perchance your druggist doe not have a supply of S2, ho I
Rifted from God. Remember there is no pity for those who are cjiu purchase it from FOSTER DISTRIBUTING CO., P. O. Box I
in need of and 12054, St. Petersburg, Fla., area distributor. F*:
help do
not seek for it when it is in reach. Re. I
member the Bible says the Lord is the greatest healer and the We will built on your
Lord gate Madam Dora the power to help those who cannot
help themselves. Madam Dora helped| iwopiw from all walks of lot
life from the lour corners of the world. She will help you
whether you are blind, sick or ('rll1ple..Uemember God will only NO CASH NEEDED
help those who help themselves.

1 have* helped many on the right road to life, health, and 7 models to chose from. 3 Carver AcresRED
happiness with such problems as: Who are jour friends? Your
enemies? Whether jour wife or husband is true or false to you. bedrooms with 1 or 2 bathsor
How to gain the love of the one you most desire. How to controlor
influence tho action of anyone near or miles away. There 2 bedrooms or duplexes HOT
isn't a hope so fond or a wish so great that I can't accomplosh
for you, It you are a failure in business or love', courting, mar Your choice of colored tiles, BOOMING COLLIER COUNTY !
riagu, luvUth or life itself, then don't wait Come and see me with bath
right "\\1Don't go through life miserable and in sorrow fixtures, terrazzo
when you can be happy and gay. Madam Dora also gives floors, screened DON'T DARE BUY UNTIL
porches
Lucky Days; and Good Luck. Don't be misled, look for the ,
Dora.hand sign with .Madam Dora's name on it. Ask only for Madam carporte and built in oven YOU SEE OUR LAND

LOCATED< OX IVT. 1, 12 MILES NORTH OF MIAMI and stove, For more information RIDE YOUR CAR TO PROPERTYAND

1 MILE FROM QULPSTREAM< RACK TRACK call CE 50166.
SPECIAL I'IUCjVITII TIllS AD WALK ON i IT
Open Seven 203rd'' Street and North Federal Highway BE SAFE! BUY SAFE!


SEE THE WORLD'S

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$500 Down and $75 per Month AND PHYCHIC READER $10 A MonthNO

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Open Sunday. This is the opportunity have been
you .
you ro aids or wonrlod d... DOWN PAYMENTNO
waiting for. Come, see for yourself. House in very fall to ooo mo today. Offloo boomi

good condition. Storm awnings, stove and refregerator dally 1 1 p.m. to t p.m. Thursday INTERESTNO
p.m. to S p.m. Sunday 11
very nice yard. LM.
to t pun.READINGS. TAXES
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One-bedroom, FurnishedHouse /
NO CLOSING COSTS _. 1 ',:'
for rent.' $60 per month
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bedroom, beautifully furnished apartment,. $75 .It DEED

per month. Take your family out for a ride on Tamiami Trail
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 1961 PAGE 9 I Saturday classes ,to start at
,- Jack&on'a Toddle Inn for Ele.

HAMPTONIANS., Harris Shannon( read program mentary 21st students-accelerated Saturday and January re. .llr \
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REORGANIZESparked from,the and Alumni project office.materials sent medial one. classes. Help.. v for every. .

by'\' he dynamic lead. Officers elected were: Carl A. Each Saturday 10',to 12, prieS.I ."tvt,111Mt.... t i
{ Williams, chairman, Mrs $1,60 per Saturday. indf -
ershlp of their new president Dr. I
Marian Harris Shannon, cochairman ,
Jerome. H;..Holland,'l\Uamt'1atum. ; Mary V. Davis, secretary; I 'OX: 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. .
ni of Hampton, Institute, Hampton Mrs. Ida Storr Cash '51, treasur. ; Personal Mention ,. ,I .
Virginia, ,reorganized theMiami er; Elston Davis '49, chaPlain. Mr. and Mrs.. Hubert (Viola) ..
Chapter January 6. Charles L. Williams, chairman Pearson, of 1132 NW 2nd Ave., Y,\
The second meeting of the membership committee; and Apt. 12 are the proud parentsof -
group will be held January 14 at Mrs. Catherine Nelson Mapp '53, a baby girl named Hedy Viola, FRIDAY SATURDAY ;
5 p.m. at the home Of Mary V. project and program director. born November 20, 1960.. Mother ',,\
Davis '49, 3290 N.W. 45th Nostalgia and reminiscence and daughter are both doing -
Street. was evident as those present fine ,ERNIE '
Meeting at the palatial home listened to the famed, Hampton dlfltl ,: j
of Carl A. Williams Friday, : Institute Choir render the Alma NURSES NEEDEDTwo WAYNE KqyAlS '
the sixth of January, the group Mater. They Joined as the me- I'
heard echoes from the 1960 morable words. were sung Registered Nurses needed CAliCiNE : .'
homecoming and reunion activl- "Oh Hampton A Thought immediately. 3.11 shift. Christian
Special greetings ,from President I area are expected to attend the Hospital. Contact Mrs. Gore, director STEWART AI,.rwull Pawl Ntl I
ties given by Mary .V. Davis. Ail Hamptonians in the Miami of nurses CaUl Ne 5-0981 GRANGER IBIAII !
lIo1l and were read, by Carl A. area are expected to attend the I for appointment. MIOTMeq2a ......,
Williams. ; ,and Mrs. Marian meeting January 14. M"Ie Nu11NeN -


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ST. MARY'S C. W. M. Founders' DayCelebration

.1f... Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor

Mrs S. Dawkini, reporter
Sunday School . . 9:45 ;i

Morning worship . 11:00 Triumph The Church and :
Evening worship . . 7:30: I Kingdom of God in Christ will
Sunday School was opened at celebrate Ihs founder's day Jan.

Q Sunday School was ppened by 29, unlv rsally. All the churches ",
John BuLLard. Lesson was. reviewed throughout the universe will observe ,1.,

by Mr. Bullard. N this day. .. '
Morning worship was led by ',' ;
Bro H... V. Stewart. He preached Services for Dade County and I,

from the 3rd chapter of St. John, surrounding points will be held .'.''1.
theme, "Why God Sent His Son." at the Triumph Church located ;

"""""""" .......... It was timely and very Interest at the corner of 68th terrace and i
ing. 20th ave. '
Watchtower .No. 2 choir furnished music
I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Convention with their organist, Miss Jim' On January 20, 1902, this great
role Parker and A. Carey, their church was revealed to Father

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961 Mr. Bennie Crump, presiding director. No. 1 ushers served. Elias Dempsey Smith and on

minister of: Miami's west unit oi Evening devotion was led by January 20, 1904, Its doors were ,".
Jehovah's Witnesses said that hi* Bro. H. V. Stewart. Bro. Burns opened ,to the world.

ANTIOCH BAPTIST MT. SINAI BAPTIST congregation is overjoyed over delivered the message. He preach I Its object and puropse is the
tne tact tnat they will be the ed from. St. Luke 2,. "My Eyes deepening of the spiritual life ,
Rev. O, W. Foster, pastor D. B.. reporter Congregation for a three-day have seen thy salvation." its members so that all '!
among
Rachel B. Pratt, reporter Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter circuit assembly to be held at Visitors are always we:'Come. members shall attend the highest ,.

Sunday School ....................... 93* the Hooker 'l.'. Washington High We are praying for our sick here state of Christian experience in "
Sunday School 9:3: Morning worship' .................... 11:0: school, 6th ave., between 11th and elsewhere. this life as true worshippers of
Morning Worship . 11 00
: and 12th streets.
Evening worship ...?._.__... 7:00 God.
BTU 5:30 He said the assembly would TEMPLE BAPTIST

Evening, Worship 7:00 The members of the Sunday commence on Friday and last ,Its government were acknowledged ,.

Give unto the Lord the School explored a very interesting until .Sunday::) Feb. 3-5. Some Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor by our Lord Jesus Christas
glory
due unto his lesson on :Sunday: January SOU are expected to attend. dunday School 9:30: the supreme head and rightful .
name worship the
; 8. The topic for dlacuaeion will follow the 11:00
Lord In the beauty of holiness. was, The assembly Morning worship : governor of Triumph The
"Jesus Brings 'Joy." theme, "Taugnt by Jehovah." On BTU 6:30: Church and Kingdom of God in

The pastor and members extend To add more Inspiration and Friday evening at 6:45: p-m., the Evening worship 7:00: Christ. It was confirmed with
a cordial Invitation to their Joy to a day of worship, the pas sessions will begin with the program The Missionary Society, Mrs. 225 members of its over coming ,

worship services at all times and tor, Rev. S. A. Thomas delivered "Songs and Experiences: Florence Hepburn. president, body in the 15th year of its mil.
to attend the following events a most forceful sermonH i s This will be followed by the will sponsor its annual NewYear's lennial, reign at an International
that will take place this month: theme was, "THe Doctrine of the public Bible speaking class and' Dinner January 20th religious congress called by God .

Missionary Society Departing Angel's and The Sum the ministry development class. (Friday) beginning at 6 o'clock. the Father during the world's
wW'The Senior its annual mit and Valleys of Life." This Some features on Saturday's I The menu will feature turkey greatest confusion,

sponsor third Sunday Calendar was truly a sermon designed to program will be the Baptism talk with all the trimmings, etc. Donation I
Tea on the 16 from 4.6 p.m.at enlighten our souls of God's at 1:30: p.m. and the ordainingof |1.00. The general public is invitedto
noon, January The plann1ng many wonders to perform. some ;20,: new ministers. The Junior ushers will serve come out and help us make
the church.making plans for We are happy to know that Sunday will climax the assemb at .both the morning and even. this our greatest celebration.
committee is afternoon. Rev. Burney, the pastor of ly. At 3 p.m. Mr. Henry L. Bris ing services on Sunday. The Willing Order of services1:

an enjoyable Friendship Baptist Church and sett, district supervisor from Worker's Club, Deacon A.
Junior Usher Board is extending his congregation will be the New York will deliver the ad. J. Hanna, president, will sponsor Morning service . 11:00:
The an invitation to everyone guests of the Women's Mission. vertlsed public lecture, "Is God a4 tea at 3:30: p.m. at .the home We will have a glorious feast,

to attend its Fashion Show ary Society on Thursday evening, Interested in the Affairs of of Mrs. Beatrice Hudson, 1521 a parade at 4.30 and eveningservice'At
Wednesday. night, Jan. 25 at Jan. 12. Let us come out and Men 7"Al NW 1st court. Friends are invit 5:30.: A spicy program
will be rendered
on support this at 8 p.m. and
fc''rI IAil group. sessions< are free and the
8:00.: ed.Due afterwards we will exchange
public is invited to attend. to inclement weather last
a.ti gifts
On the third Sunday also service BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Monday, the meeting of the The Founder's
I Day
ordination message
: p.m. the GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Interdenominational Choir Union
be held to ordain to the The Baha'ls of Greater Miami will ,be delivered by Prince H.
will the following persons: will observe World Religion Day 6895 N.W. 14th Ave. has been postponed to Monday Williams, pastor of No. 1 Tri
deaconshlp Jan. 16. Our No. 2 choiris
Brothers Hoy loss, James MobHoward- Jan. 16 at the Miami Baha'i Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor evening the host.Missionary, urnph Church, Prince D. Williams

ley, Willie Strange, Center, 137 NW 11th ave., at 8 Sunday School 9:30: Societies affiliated pastor of Triumph No.2'

Coachman, and Elijah McQueen. p.m. Sponsored by the Baha'i Morning Service 11:00:
with the Atlantic Coast Baptsit
World Faith .
Won't you come and witness this Inaugurated this) event was Youth Fellowship . 6:00 : Association, Southern District,
W.
P. to
special service. Rev. spread the knowl Evening Service . . 7:00 will Wednesday
the St. Luke edge of the fundamentals : meet at Temple, Men I Send for This
of
Handsome
Baptist pastor Church and Rev. A. L. mon to the world's great religl-com Wed. Night Study . 8:15: Jan. 18, at 7:30: p.m. Mls-
SAMPLE
of the New Mt. Mo, ions as the bedrock for universal We urge all men to attend sionaryl Essie Cargill of West I CASE-FREE '
Shipppastor expected peace. church: regularly during the Palm Beach will make iher annual I
riah Baptist Church are and III Show You
be with us to help carry .1 coming weeks, as we prepare visit at this meeting. z-,' Howto Make Up ,
to Mr.\ Thomas Baumgartner, for- lor Men's Day, Feb. 25. Our ser r'., ,. t.$40.OOIna. Day ;
service. .
out the mer high school teacher who has mon, "A Valuable Christian," SPIRITUAL BAPTIST 'r .. .:.::.a..n7. .: ,T

BAPTIST been a resident of Greater Mia will be the first of a series on .rl.n' :' ,,q:y :
(NEW BETHEL mi for 33 years, will be "Five Immortal Men of The 10250 S.W. 176th St. .... MhrI !":' / I..a.IeUe.aeh..n n.
guest
1671 N W. 68th Terrace speaker His subject will be "One Bible" This Sunday we will con Perrine, Florida ....._.'rre wJ.If.y..f 1,ra t,.l.:.r.o'ta'1-,5 to.!.t.wr.' In..!,y
pastor Universal FaJth." sider Barnabas.We Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr., pastor Jl ob4tR1Utu \
Ernest Williams, 'td'tti :
Rev. M... Jlt; J.
We will be pleased to have as k1"'IA4..u1'ODA _
Fred Williams, reporter Everyono is cordially Invited are organizing a Men's
Sunday School . . fJO|: to attend. Phone Mica Solomon, Usher Board, which will serve at our guest speaker next Sunday PROGRESS TAILORING CO.
Morning worship . : secretary, FR 1-5420, for turf the morning and evening services morning the Rev. J. A. Butler, 000 S. Throop St.
her information about this in February. We congratulate an associate district missionaryof Dept.. n.124: Chicago 7, Illinois
The Junior Usher Board of the meeting. the Youth Ushers, who have the Atlantic Coast Baptist Association. rr---rMMROSRi
New Bethel Church will celebrate .ya,1!..... .been serving regularly, and doing Rev. L. A. Thompsonis 100..T r..{*TAILORING.tr...,CMcac CO..7,.I_*.__

Its first anniversary on BEREAN S. D. A. a fine Job. The youth will the moderator.In I J2".IInIWANT.w./. HOW.irWwii-Mta A..AO..TO-IUA8URJIJUJTTO,!.,.1"| :R.rt i I I
Jan. 18 thru 20. continue to serve from time to the afternoon we shall vis' I HimFfMtMjfahrh.aylmlynja.t. .
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Elder time It with the of Mt. > "A' :;w S' 'V. I
C. 13. during the congregation
Rock year. 1 laM _
pastor
and Deacons'Union A ..:.:.... 1
The Ministers' In Elder DS Mt Jones Act pastor The men are making plans Zion Holiness Church here. Rev. I ,.c:.. SiLOT ......
meeting will convene The Bereaa S. D. A. for a Men's Bible Class to beginin Bro. Ingraham is the pastor. U iu" I
West Palm Beach from January began it*. Sunday night Church service February. Meeting at the The pastor. will deliver the ev. .I'.CJtr'-'-;<00,:,....,..", Stalt ,_ 1

27 thru the 29lh at the Mt. Zion at the Mt.\ Sinai Lodge at church school hour at 9:30, and enlng message. _.T _....___
15th
the
Baptist of that city with ave. ,and 64th st. All directed by the Rev. J. C.
Williams are invited
Rev. Johnson Bro. Fred! to attend each Sabbath Thompson, an affiliate member
will be ordained a deacon. and Sun-
day night service conducted by of our church.

Jro. Ollie Bass, who speaks brief On Sunday evening services
TRIUMPH CHURCH on the subject will begin at 7 p.m., a half hour
,
"Bearing The earlier than ,before. The
Cross response OWNERS !
Prince C. Mobley, pastorSis.
to our Sunday evening efforts
C. McKinney, reporter
this month has been encourag
School of Wisdom . 10:06 Church of The
: Open DoorCongregational ing. Let's make this
a strong and deed is all need for CBS homeon
Y. P. E. Band . . 6:30 ( part of our program. $1.00 your you a

. . 8:00 )
Evening
worship I The women of the church will
Rev H. C. McDowell, pastor your lot. Any size or price range. Also FHA.
January .1.31 is consecration A. E. McNeal, leporter have an importatn meeting at 6

month for the saints. There Is p.m. this Sunday. Ladles, make Wonderful value. See model home at .
also services at the church each The members of the church every effort to attend.

night during the consecration, are enjoying worshipping in The pastor's radio meditation
Our pastor is preaching an inspired their new place of worship.. We this Sunday will be a8 am., 2644 ,N.W. 62nd St. OX 1-9372
are hoping that before station WFEC.
sermon each night. We are very long
anticipating many blessings at church we will be in our permanent FAIRLAWN HOMES '
home.
the end of the meeting. ANTIOCH BAPTIST

Each Saturday night at the The annual meeting of the Rev. J. W. Stephens, pastor Opposite Stevens Market

church there is a singing program church will be held January 18, M. T. Copeland, reporter Open day including Sunday indf
for the public. There is na 8 p.m. at the church. All boards Sunday School ................ .... 0:49: every

fee or admission.We and committees are asked to have BTU ..........................?...?....,..... 5:30:
their reports in before then. Morning' Service ...-N... 11:00:
are happy to have visiting January 22 we will be honor. Baptism will be held Sundayat

with us, our pastor's aunt, Mrs. ed with our annual visit of Dr. 8 a.m. Come out and be withus
N. Heat. We have really enjoyedher William Faulkner of Chicago. We In this service.
stay here.FRIENDSHIP. are asking all of his and our
The members of the month of
friends to reserve that. datA for
the 11 August will sponsor a dinner
M. BAPTISTRev hear him.A a.tn.. eervice so you can sale"Saturday, January 14 at the BARKLEY CUT-RATE STOREThe

W. E. Sims, pastor church. Stop in and get your
Sis Ruby L,e Carr, reporter cordial welcome always to dinner. Deacon C. P. Preston,

Sunday School .................... 9:30 friends and visitors remember. captain Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
Morning worship ................ 11:00 We are in our new home, 786 The Hialeah Temple Church
Evening eervice 7:00 NW 61st st. of God in Christ will render a 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376The
.,................
BTU . . . . 6:30 program Thursday night, January .
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST 19 at 8 p.m. at the church. finest products at Cut Rate Price

The installation service of our The sponsors are Bro. Robert

pastor will begin Thursday, Jan. Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor Baswell and Sis E. Stepherson WINTER MEDICINES

12, 8 p.m. with the Rev. I. C. Phyllis Myers, reporter for the month of March. Lydia IMnkham's l.BO 1.00 SSS Tonic ............ 2.85 & lab
Mlckins and congregation of Mt. Sunday School . . 9:30: The month of March and No. Scott's Emulsion 1.70 08c Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Olivette tfn charge. Friday, Jan. Morning Service . . 11:00 vember will sponsor a dinner Super Anahlst 2.00 & 1.00 Prescription 1.05 1.10
13, 8 p.m. Rev. W. K. Smith and sale at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Super Aaahist Nasal New Zyrone 7 pins 1.80
his congregation of New Bethel Our pastor is doing much bet. Corine Pierce 3360 NW
will be In charge. ter Terr. NE 48th Spray..-............................ 08c Father John's
We
: : happy that 4-7728
now. are very or NE 48084. 1.35 & 75c
Super
Anahlst Medicine ....... ..
Sunday, January 16, 3 he is so much better. We Sister E. N1
p.m. are so Stepherson.
Rev. W. F. Tanner and hoping We are Tablets .......??N... 08c & C5c Swamp Root ........ 1.35 & 75c
congre. sorry to report that Deacon Deals you will keep these two
gation. of St. Mary's, Coconut in the h ulta1. Everyone Is numbers ringing for dinner or. OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Grove, in charge. praying for him to .have a speedy orders. tOur JOHN A. McMINN. Owner

The public is Invited. recovery. L sick: Sister Washington. .







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Plumbing fixtures in color. !'
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HOME
Glass tub enclosures. ... !
Tiled bathrooms in color.
Built-in electric oven and range. ;I

$25O Down CLOSETS CLOSETS CLOSETS 'Fl
All closets with sliding louvred doors.

Sliding glass doors leading to dining room.
Awning type windows.
THREE BEDROOM HOMES All inside walls painted.

Gas room heater, recessed in wall. IJ1iIIfIllVVIIfDlIfJIJJII

S ** Paved Landscaping.streets sidewalks. I

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FIVE MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
F.II.1.Ai Financing Available
GLORIA Two Bedroom One Bath with Garage
t Hours: :Bank Financing Available,

CAROLE Three Bedroom, One Bath Week Days witb selling prices same

't 5to8P.M/
VIRGINIA Three Bedroom, One Bath with Carports Saturdayand as F.II.A.

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PATRICIA Three Bedroom, One Bath with Garage Sunday DIRECTIONS '

AND FEATURING THE 11 A. M. to
I U.S. 1 1.- Drive south, U.S. 1Drive south to
5:30 P. M
PRINCESS Four Bedroom, One and a Half Baths turn (left at Old Cutler AllapattahRotdJeftonAllipallih
CHOOSE YOUR HOME ON THE LOT OF YOUR CHOICE Reid, then turn right to Old Cutler

r tt S.W. 118IH Avenue Road, then turn right

SALES REPRESENTATIVE and follow the signs.SATURDAY and follow the signs.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA being held at North Miami Beach I I -. .. .
Plnarama, Feb. 19. -

AGE I 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961 Three of the league's top Broward
teams: The Sir John Untouchables ( HARMAR 'inc.Loolt'at .
Willie Fendenson's Olym,
I County
pies and Wilson Rental Services

RattiterB along with many singles ...
: the and doubles entries will be there Newsy (1
Looking Sports these Homes
.,
, competing with the city's best. ,

\ ..::1 'Representing the I league will .. Open Sun. 2 to 6' p.m.
be'Th'oma& Storr, 168; Ted Pot Walter Bowe (
World Ouer LEO B. ARMBHi8TER tern 160; Al Miller, 162; Willie h
by ,
Fenderson, 142; Darden Baker,
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152; Willie Lazier, 164; Ernest 1260 N.W. 55th St.
i Hayes, 165; and James Terry,' Mr., 'and Mrs. Tommy Jackson
DIPLOMATIC AFFAIRS ,this game become one of the 160. of Carver Ranches who were recently Luxury home. 3 bedroom
classic events of the closing football ;. '., married on Christmas Day
REACHES BASEBALL season. LEAGUE'S STANDING are thanking all their friends 2 bath, Florida room, oak

and relatives' for their gifts. floor, tile roof, built-in oven
Diplomatic relations between SUGAR RAY AND FULLMER, Team Won. Lost Av. .
Cuba and the United States have TO TRY AGAIN ; Sir John 33 12 827 Freddie, Seymour left last and range.
thrown three strikes at some of I Wilson Rentals, 33 12 775 for 'Tennessee, after
major league baseball's outstanding Sugar Ray Robinson and Gene Robert's DrugH. 28 17 754 Sunday the ,Christmas holidays Harmar MO 5-3592
players. Unless firm traditions Fullmer have signed on the dot Fenderso 's 28 17 754 spending with his parents, Mr. and
of the law can be by-passed, ; ted line again to try and decide Our Food 23 22 711 home Melvin Seymour of West
Minnie Mlnoso of ,the White Sox, to whom the middleweight I Liberty Bar 21 24 714 Hollywood.Mrs. Richmond Heights
Camilo Pascual and Pete Ramos championship really belongs. This Amer. Fur. TV 19 16 616 SPORTS t.*
of the newly organized Minnesota time the match will be staged in Sheehan Buick 17 28 585 Carver Ranches. Beans are presenting
Twins, Pancho Herrera of the February In New York and Cecil Radio 14 31 629 tfceif' Hne-upi': fornext, Corner Boggs Drive and
Phillies and Mike Fornieles of along with Sugar's more gentle 'Hot Shoppe 11 34 692 seasoitt: 4 a **"* )'b'* ? Monroe St. A Bargain beau-
,the Boston Red Sox will find manly attitude since the last alleged ,' -. James ,Divine of WestHollywood ty. You must see to believe
home plate blocked when they misdecislon; the results .. manager, Edwin Bailey is
3 bedroom 2 bath wood
start their sojourn back to this may be more In coordinationwith captain for 1961. ,
country.The the action of the scrap. Donald Leslie, Ib, of Dania; floor, oven and range.
Danla, 2b; Roose
Willie Brown,
Interference Is sure to MAYS STILL MOSTTIIRILLING Ma' volt Williams, Danla, 3b; Char Ora D. Taylor C 5-4246
PLAYER
come if the state departmentholds lie Johnson, DanJa, If. James
to the validity of admissionof ,. ..
catcher; Sam
Hallandale,
Willie Mays, who has been Moody,
citizens on passports with thrilling baseball fans with his }t ,4Y 5 Fitch, Carver. Ranch, 3b; Wade, Richmond Heights
whom this country has severed # F'r, Glover,
daring:\ and incomparable performances Carver Ranch, cf; Leroy
diplomatic relations; heretofore'no 6 pia y6 rf Eddie Wilson,
ever since his debut in Carver Ranch, ; Model
admission to such citizens. the major league, has not lost Carver Ranch, pitcher; David
were granted. There is also another
any of the knack to keep the Jordon, Carver Ranch, pitcher. Custom built split level. Low
high\ hurdle for these play M
fans .sitting on the edge of their
ers to clear; that is if manager scats He was again voted the Jordon Fleming and Rosooe down payment. Low monthly -
Castro would give them permission Most Exciting Ball Player of '60. Parson, have moved to Bowe's payment. Fit for a king.
In the first place.
Pemlbroke! Road
Barber Shop on Like
paying rent. Corner
Maya' in copping this honorable 6432 near 66th ave. They were
All major league teams affected distinction, beat out Mantle formerly at the shop on 18th st. Coral Reef Dr. and FillmoreSt.
are doing all they possibly and Dick Groat, who was the .
can to intervene and sepa. league's Most Valuable Player ; The Broward County Beauticians
rate the Sport World from the by a landslide. Association, Inc. met, in its Ora D. Taylor CE 5-4246
diplomatic '
at the residenceof
regular meeting
EXCELSIOR: LEAGUE INCITY
POST SEASON PRO GAME TOURNEYThe t the president, Mrs. Florence
YOUR M All, 357%. Hammond Road,
MAKE
WE
GAINS FAVOR Excelsior League which Pompano Beach on Sunday at

Even though the attendancewas bowls 'em down at the :Ml Bowling PICTURE 4 ,p.m. with high working spirit EXPERT WATCH AND
a some nhat disappointing Lanes, Is adding to Its' al While wait for the 1961 year.
you
34,000 for the Inaugural Run. ready popular status. The league On the agenda was the annual CLOCK REPAIRS
ner-up Pro Bowl game betweenthe which' wall! sanctioned by the Only $1.00 I financial report of beauticians
Cleveland Browns and the American Bowling Congress a i center which was masterly done Andrews' Jewelers
Detroit Lions, the mentors for short time ago is now prepared DAVID JEWELERS by the manager, Mrs. Blanch ;303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
this post season football treat to take advantage of the topnotch 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue Lang, and the making of plans
were convinced that it was well recognition it acquired andis for the 'annual formal ball which All work guaranteed
worth the effort and confirmedthe accepting and entering several Phone FR 4-1522 will be Monday, March 20. 40 Years In BusinessFR
fact that there will be others teams of its qualified bowlers to Next meeting will be at Mrs. 3.0152
and look forward to seeing compete in the City Tournament I -, .4' Minnie Ca&al of Ft. Lauderdale.








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.Ill THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA IF YOU ARE HOSPITALIZED

SATURDAY JANUARY 14, 1961 PAGE 13 CAN YOU PAY YOUR BILLS

Call or come for informationon
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MEMORIAMIn $100 per week compensa
IN "IIi MEMORIAM tion for only $4,00 per month.
? tIn ALTMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
sad but loving memory .of loving memory of my dear .768 N.W. 3rd Street .
our dearly beloved, husband, FR 1.2421 '
MRS. JULIA M. SANDS DAN CLINCH

who departed this life Dec. 12, who departed' this life January FINE ARTS CONSERVATORYWishes
1959. 16, 1960. 1
'Tis hard to take the ,burden up There is an open' door at the end you a Happy 1961 filled

When she has laid it down of the road with Melody> Harmony and
She brightened all the joy of life Through which each must go Rhythm. Registration Saturday

She softened every frown alone, 10 a.m. Carver YMCA.
But, oh, 'tia good to think of her May he rost in peace. We love

When we are troubled sore you but God loves you best. Learn play, dance, and
Thanks be to God. that such .have Ada Clinch, wife ,paint at the Fine Arts Conservatory
been And FamilyDEA Carver YMCA. Call MO

Tho' she is here no more FOR RENT 52608.
Mr. William Sands, husband FOR RENT

Mr and Mrs. Maxine Sands, LOVELY two bedroom house FURNISHED room for working

son and daughter'in-law with living room, dining room, couple or lady. One block to all
,Five grandchildren THIS buses and jitney. N W 55th fct.
',1 *, Florida room, kitchen, bath with
Patricia Miner, niece shower, plus carporte. Adults Privileges. NE 4.6310 after 6
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Gloria Bethel, niece only. Apply 6500 NW 8th ave., p.m. All day Sunday j
Eunice Dames, niece PL 80792.
1 grand niece and nephewA Range LOVELY one bedroom house, excellent r I

large host of other relatives. UNFURNISHED APT and fur condition $20 per weekto
Clarence Moss, of 1322 NW right party. Will sell $100
2nd court, died Jan. 4 in Jackson nished room, 1574 NW 58th St. down, balance like rent. NE
OX 1.5820 S. A. Charry Indf
IN MEMORIAMIn Hospital. Mr. Moss was a 5-5666

native Miamian' and a memberof HOUSE. Four rooms, 1 bath. 1765 NW 50th Street I I
of Booker T.
the class! of 51
sad but loving memory of 1169 NW 65th St. TU 72030. FOR SALEFOR
will
School. Services
Washington $300 Down $59 Month
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and
be held Jan. 14 at 1 p.m. in St. THAT DREAM HOME or
grand father, BEAUTIFUL ROOM !in private Very nice 2-bedroom on
Matthew Baptist Church, Rev N that Florida room., extra bedroom
home. Homelike
DANIEL DAMES SR. I atmosphere. large lot. Total price only
F. Clark officiating. He is survived or bath. Remodeling of
1826 NW 55th St. NE 32740.
who this
departed life
10, 1960. on January by his mother, Mrs. Jenetta anykind, call Holmes, NE 4.6726 $9,200. This must be seen.

Now the laborer's task is Moss, a sister Miss Geneva Moss, MODERN furnished, room with for all your building needs, all ..- .
over,
uncle James Deveaux. I alditions or remodeling can be
Now the battle day is: past, and an kitchen privileges," also private
I Friends may call at the funeral done (with no money down, up to
Now Lands upon the the farther shore, home from 1 p.m. today. parking for your car! OX 14864. 5 years to pay. Licensed and insured 1248 NW 51st Street
voyager at last. Indf
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airs Cestlna Dames, wife FURNISHED ROOMS. Linen and $350 Down $71 Month

And Family Theodore Baker, of '500 NW hot water. $7,50 and up weekly, Lovely 2-bedroom CBS with

19th st., died Jan. 5 in Jackson 2 to a room $&.50 each. Call FOR SALE large Florida room, fenced

CARD OF THANKSThe Hospital. Mr. Baker came to MI. NE 4-8214. $100 DOWN yard, no closing costs.Duplex .
ami In 1935 from Uvalda, Ga.
LARGE FRONT ROOM. Bath $100 MONTH -.....
be held Saturday,
Services win ,
family of the late
,
and kitchen. Nice and clean $10.
MR. WILL REGLUS I .Jan j.14" at '4 !p.m in".Greater. Is. duplex tiled bath
NE 5-5283 Buys
,
who, died ,December 27, 1960 rael Bethel Primitive 'Batptist j

wish to thank all our wonderful Church, Hev. Brantley' official ROOMS Night and 'day. Phone One bedroom on each sidle 1766 NW 50th Street
ing. Mr. Baker Is survived by a
friends
and neighbors of
Liberty PL 13808. 6211 NW 22nd
Ct.
Ctty and Miami for cards, flow, son, Mark Anthony, two sisters, Rent for $60 a month Beautiful custom built four

ers, telephone calls and food and Mesdames Elizabeth Merchantand DELUXE bedroom apartment, bedroom, 2 bath, tile roof,
Total
brother price $8,900
other Edna Brown, and a ,
kind deeds of sympathy. call at the 821 NW 58th St. Near Edison oak floors, large lot. See
Friends
Special thanks ,to Mrs. Zelma Lenzy. may Center. Excellent neighborhood. 4933 N.W. 16th Ave.
this
: Sunday.
Peters funeral home from 1 pan. today.
and her
mother, Mrs.
' Call PL 81115. : :
Thomas, from Atlanta, who I.... ....
nursed my father through his Lawrence McCray of 2112 NW HAVE A ROOM for a nice

passing. Many thanks to my won 68th lane, died Jan. 7 at his middle age couple at 227B NW Coconut Grove

dprtul neighbors of 64th St. and residence. Chapel services will 73rd St. The phone number is Male Help Wanted $495 Down $75 Month
others
for their liberal donations Final OX 1.5233.FURNISHED.
be held todayat 1 p.m.
Special thank to the Range rites will be conducted Sunday in Very nice 2 bedroom with ,

Funeral Home for its perfectly Raleigh, Fla. Friends may can at Efficiency. Free large Florida' room on beau-

D.wonderful Hall service and to Rev. A. the chapel until 11 p.m. tonight.I light PL 84273.FURNISHED Scrap yard man with tiful lo't. No closing costs,
and members of Ebenezer Mr. McCray Is survived by his
qualifying. Balance
Church, Rev. Harris of St. James wife, Dorothy, a son, a daughter, house with private burning experience, steady no one
and many others who stood by three step children, his father entrance. Nice quiet couple mortgage payment.
me unto the end Thanks again James, five sisters, Mesdames only. 1860 NW IRth> Ave Colored
to everyone. May the Lord bless Allfe Edwards, Orrie Collins, only. Inquire at 1800 NW Academy Auto Wreckers

all of you. Marion Asia: Lillian Roberson, 51st S.t. or call NE 43610. CASH FOR YOUR LOT

iMrs. Mattie Morgan Margaret Hudson, and two Hialeah Gardens .
And Family ONE BEDROOM frame buildIng -
brothers, Tea and Charles
at 2480 NW 66th St. NE ,. PL 7-845 283 NW 79th St.
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CARD OF THANKSThe : 3-3198 or OX 15851.

Mrs. Alice Bradshaw of 6960 Job OpportunitiesDepartment h.,; _. .
NW 19th ave.. died Jan 7 at STORE. 1663 NW 62nd St. NE
family of the late, Christian Hospital. She was a 3.3198 or OX 1.5851. of Promotion and

who MISS IVA B. WILLIAMS 'I native of Abbyville Ga., and had ubllclty, Oreat.r. ,Miami Urban

1960 passed on December 20. lived In Miami since 1947. Ser. 'STORES One at 1215 NW 3rd I..ague. 395 NW First ..., H.
was in Jacksonville, and who vices! will (be held today at 3 I Ave. and one at 1217 NW :3rd Mien WhMtley Jr., vocational'
laid
"by thA to rest on December 24, n.m. In New Proidence Baptist! 'Ave Call FR 4.8398 or OX services secretary. Phone Ffl SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING

Arcadia Hickflon Funeral Home of Church, Pev. Burney officiating' 1.5851. 18478. COLORED I
,
take
' this method of ex: YMCA Building.) Burial will
1o pressing its thanks and appreciation be In Lincoln. She Is survived by FURNISHED ROOM for nice clerk Typist PSYCHIC READER '
many friends for their her daughters Mesdames! A t'sDracbhaw. single person or couple. Early Mosquito Control InspectorAutomotlvfl

ether vards" telegrams, flowers and all Ethel Wilcox, Ida morning or late afternoon, 2137 EquipmentOperator r Mpd
kind gestures of sympathy. litter JanIe Brown and Mattie NW 59th St. NE 6-1920. ,
"Essie Mae Walker mother Bradshaw, two sons, Henry and Key Punch Operator v11px H'UNTELet
Joseph Williams Sr., father Walter 11 grand children, a ROOM Furnished. $11 per week Electrical Inspector i ;

And Family I ulster and a brother. NE 6-4920. Sign Painter '
Youth Hall Officer

IN MEMORIAMIn Mr wim Man Lynn of 2326 ROOM single man in quiet re. Legal Records Clerk

NW 69th st. died Jan. 9 In spectful home $10.00 per week, LirA Guard Draftsman
Christian Hospital. Mrs. J ynnI"Lmp 2931 NW 52nd st. NE 4-2798 or Engineering
memory of
our sister, NE 3.3679. fad Engineers
/ to Miami 16
ELLA VICTORIA FIELDS years ago Economist
who 'passed from Abhwllle. A111t.? and served
away January 13
1969
There h never a grief or a care hoard of Mt. Carmel! Baptist building. Cheap rates, In Opa some of Miami Beach's finest and protect you throughout llfsss
There Is' never a burdensomeload Chuirh Services' were held this Locks Call NE 4.0600 or OX homeR at low economy rates. OX s lighthouse guide the ships Ina
morning at 10:30 a.m. In Mt. 15453. tad 1-6880 evenings. storm. For success In buelnee

And our loved ones wait for us Carmel with Rev. Bradley officiating. and lovs.
there Burial wan In Lincoln
Mr. Lvnn Is survived bY her -CONSULT HERDON'T -
In peace, at the end of the road. STAY IN THE RUT. GET
t.11f11b"nd. Roosevelt three sinter, .
Mrs. Edna Culmer. sister .. OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
Mesdames Va sle,' Culver MamieRoundtree.
iMrs.
Clara Newbold, sister Vanrlle Office, and HI U C GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU

four brother. Fd. Carl, Samuel Jp Office Hours:
CARD and Ralph reDanfe1.Avnl .
OF THANKSThe
9 a.m. 9 p.m. ,
mates of 2163 NW 9th Triurs. 9 I.m.to
family of the late
Lane died Jan. 9 in Jackson
WILLIE J. WILLIAMS Memorial Hospital. Mr. Bates 7 p.m.Sunday.
wish to thank the members of By LESTER C. ALBERT
to Miami 17
nine veers ago : .
St. Luke
Baptist Church
and all
their friends from Valdosta Ga. Chapel ser. 'HAPPINESS IS A WAY.STATION HETWKRN TOO LITTLE 10 a.m. 3 p.m.
many for their
vices will he held Jan. 14 at 11
prayers and kindness during its AND MUCH DAILY
a.m. Burial! will be In Lincoln. TOQ
bereavement. Thanks to all of He Is survived by his wife, Mse-

you' and for your lovely cards, flowers dell, five! children, grandchild, Quite likely only A modest portion of the population would READING t
the use of your cars. Also and two brothers. Friends may there Is point where one can
thanks to the House of Albert subscribe to the theory that A $1.00 UP
and the Rev. P. W. Williams for rail at the chapel from 1 p.m hare "too much" of a good thlnff. However, happiness is often
Experience
today. 23 Years
their fine service. May God bless elusive when one become jaded by an over abundance. The

aU of The you.Williams Leon Brown of 118A NW 15th eager planning and working toward A goal are valuable bits of MADAMHUNTER

Family St., died Jan. 9 In Jackson Hospital. endowed seldom enjoy.
stimuli which those too generously
Mrs Brown was a recant
.' resident of Miami coming hare Thin Is another matter entirely, but At time of bereavement 73rd ST.
.
MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T 16 months ago from Eufaula, yon can be sure of An understanding And dignified service At 1657MIAMI I, FLA.
Ala. Final ,rites will be held, in Ave.-: ltie-Ught That
COST'-.THEY,PAY Eufaola JT.' fa survived by hIs ITOTJBn OV'ALBERT, 0013 rf.W. lath: ; Don't Writs-Call In p.rtIOnCARE4EM9RIALS
parents, Mr. and Mrs. flea te Never Palls." PooM"OX: :1-7601.

Brown, and a sister, frs Alia
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nual All-Sports Jamboree set for Florida A and M University, Tallahassee Latin flaver Angelo with Savoldl.Tony Lopez PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961
meeting
January 27 will spotlight Olym and Taft McCoy fullback Champion Bonnie Watson de.
while paying Morehouse College, Atlanta.
pic achievement fends her woman' title against
honor to 39 thletes and leadersIn former champ Ella Waldek In another .
sports and the Negro national In addition to persons alreadynamed watch.

Intercollegiate football champ. the below listed athletes The first bout begins at 8:45 .. ANNOUNCEMENT
Ions. will receive: special recognition
The outstanding track and certificates: Charles Bivins p.m.
field star Rafer Johnson formerly halfback, Chicago Bears; Morris ##########I"I" '#" .
of the University of California Brown College Atlanta; Jammie
at Los Angeles has named Caled, halfback Cleveland OUR HISTORY
"Athlete of the Decade," Browns Grambllng College, and IT'S NOT TOO' LATE TO JOIN THE
while Tennessee A and I State Charles Slfford, golf, Los Anger BY ANPJANUARY
Rudolph and los Calif
University's Ralph Boston Wilma will be honored as ," '#I'"III"IIII'I" 43rd Physicians Assistant ClassA

female and male athletes of the Falcons to Play 8, 1492
Miss Rudolph won three Petro Alonzo, navigator with
:year.gold medals at the Rome Olympics Boosters and Columbus when America was special program of Medical Training for all women

with Boston having broken broad WarriorsThe discovered, sailed from Italy. (ages 17 to 45)) with limited education who. seek
Jesse Owens' 25-year-old
Jump record for his gold medal. Dade County: Junior College JANUARY 8, 1831 more earning and increased prestige.
abolitionist
The club's coveted "Pioneer Falcons, Northwestern Cen- The Liberator an .
Award" Is scheduled to go to .ter, will play their fourth bas- newspaper, began publication in Beginning Next Week
New Yorker Avery Brundage ketball game against the George Boston.JANUARY
president of the International Washington Carver Boosters on 8, 1815

Olympic Committee, and the Saturday night, Jan. 14. The Gen. Andrew Jackson defeated 0 Day and Evening Classes
companion "Two Friends Boosters team will consist chiefly There
Awards" are designated for Mrs. of the Carver High ex-varsity British' at New than Orleans.500 free Ne. e Small Weekly Payments
Frances Kabuzski manager, U. S. members. The Falcons' fifth game were more soldiers in the
Olympic Women's Team Cleve will be played on Jan. 18 againstthe groes serving as Orleans. Air Conditioned Class Rooms
land and Tennessee A and I's Miami Warriors. The Fal Battle of New

Edward S. Temple head track cons, In their first game suffereda JANUARY 9, 1861 s Free Lifetime Placement ServiceTo
coach at the Nashville Institu loss to the Warriors by a nar The Civil War began. all graduatesNightingale
lion who coached the 1960 U.S. row margin of 6165.
Women's Olympic Team at Both games will be played in JANUARY 9, 1926
Rome. The "Two Friends" honorees the Northwestern gym at 8 p.m. Entertainer Sammy Davis Jr.,

have shared a long as was born.
sedation in the promotion of NEGRO WRESTLERAT CollegeFR
1768
track and field activities. JANUARY 10,
James Varick first superln.dent -
Coach> Temple in addition to STADIUM of the AME Zion Church
training Miss Rudolph and Boston 3.1675
SATURDAY was born in Newburg, N.Y.
also produced the winning

U. S. Women's Olympic> relay I ..' JANUARY 10, 1895
team, comprised completely of Antonio "Argentina" uocca, Tailors In New York formed 265 N.W. 5th Street Miami, Fla.
A and I girls' Miss Rudolph one of the top wrestling attrac- first labor union in America., J14
Martha Hudson, Barbara Jones tions in the world, heads a five
and Lucinda Williams all of ,match card at the Miami Stadium JANUARY 11, 1946 3 <<
whom to be cited in Atlanta. Saturday Jan. 14. Haiti granted independance
Three other A and I girls The barefooted Latin meets from American occupation.
Shirley Crowder hurdles, Anna 245-pound Johnny Valentine of
Lois Smith, broad and Seattle In the main event. JANUARY 12, 1809
Jump, JUST COMPLETED!
Abraham Lincoln, 16th presl
Jean Terry hurdles Rocca is far from a new face
participatedat
Rome to local wrestling fans, but his dent was born.JANUARY,
making a total of eightA
and I students in the 1960 antics and talents never fall to 12, 1890
attract the top wrestling crowdsof
Olympic event. 5 NEW HOMES3.BEDROOM
Dr. Mordecai Johnson presl.
the year to the Stadium re.porh. .
Olympic champions> Cassius dent emeritus of Howard University
promoters Al Ritchie and
Clay Louisville boxer and Os. Willie was b'om.JANUARY.
Gllzenberg.
car Robertson Cincinnati
Roy. Rocca and Valentine will
als star basketball artist are fight 13, 1922 CBS
among the athletes of the year to a one-fall finish. Col. Charles Young, West
named by the An Australian tag team match Point graduate, died In Africa.
sports
group. brings a pair of Australians, Al In Park
Rounding out the Hampton
Olympic
tingent of honorees con. Costollo and Roy Heffernan, Into JANUARY 13, 1873C.
are former the ring against official U. S. A. C. Antoine became' lieuten.
A and r
broad student Jump, Willie Stone B.Johnson White die Champ Graham.Buddie Rogers and Ed. ant Louisiana.governor to W. P. Kellog In ... Miami's new close-in subdivision

Grambllng College, world 200- Mammoth "Bearcat" Wright,
the Palmetto Bypass
Right near
meter record holder and Naomi a 265-pound, 6.6 wrestler JANUARY 13, 1941
Rogers Tuskegee Institute high tangles with Killer Austin In an. The Four Freedoms proclaim.

Jumper tlon each to receive recognl. other bout. Wright, consideredthe ed by Great Britain and Amerl. Large Lots 50 x 120 .. .
certificates as will MIN
top Negro wrestler in the ca.
Crowder Miss Smith and Miss country, attracted gates of $89; JANUARY 14, 1923
Terry.. 000 and $82,000 at Chicago's Bishop Jenjamin T. Tanner, Or we will build on your lot
Commissioner Kenneth "Tug" Chicago's Comiskey Park this AME church leader, died.
Wilson, Big Ten Athletic Con. summer.
ference, Chicago t is the Club's Another singles match has the JANUARY 14, 1907 $150 Down $90 Month
"Citizen of the Year," while Jamaica earthquake occurred
Coach Lewis M. Crews. Alabama

A and M College, Huntsvllle, IIIYr Directions to homes: Go welt on 36th St. to the dead
will receive football coach of CIVIL SERVICEEXAMS
year citation. Ted Dean of the end; turn right to 108th Ave, then left to N.W.
NFL'III' Philadelphia Eagles and ANNOUNCED
NFL's Abner Haynes, Dallas 23rd! St.
Texans, are football prostor FREQUENTLYJob

1960 with Roberto Clemente -+- .
Ptttsburg Pirates security can be yours

baseball honors. A youthful taking tennis Pro. by preparing now for com

player Arthur Ashe, Jr., ing Civil Service Exams. CHAS. H. PYKE, REALTOR
RIchmond, Va. Is designated For information write,
tops for 1960 *In his' sports
William G. Nunn Jr., sports area ,National Training Service TUxedo 5.15894'L

editor The Pittsburgh Courier Greenwich Conn.

newspaper chain Is the 100 Per F14 .
Cent sports wrJter' ot the year. -

Coach Arnett Mumfor<,. South-
ern University! Jaguars (9-1-10)

will receive the W. A. Scott IT. '
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Memorial Trophy, symbolic of
the Negro Intercollege football :

ha.mplonllhlp. This award an.nUllny .
donated by The Coca-
Coa: Company} Atlanta named

for the late founder of the At. I I ,
lanta
Dallly
World who was an / l0'
All-American quarterback at Atlanta's = :- r thruFE6.13
Morehouse!! College -=----:5

unIEvlersftirooyinftheolsoutheast. ,
"Car to try it out?'*
comprise
the Atlanta
WorJd's All.SIAC football Dally team I I 1 1 I I ( (

for 19601 The mythical
as fo'lowa: teamRobert la Our top.flight alleys arc A cincl (1
ringer in any lonpiio. Get to.gether (
thune Cookman Dlckerson end Be. n crowd of cherry.pickersami ENJOYGREYHOUND
College. Daytona buzz us for reservations
Beach, Fla.; Bobby Treadwell 1 'e'11 show you the finest (equip RACING
tackle
Benedict College Colum- mont ever turned" out by Hruns IN LUXURIOUS
bia; S. C.: John Oodbolt guard, wick.
Morris Brown College: Atlanta; ADMISSION NEGRO
Curtis Miranda center Florida
ACCOMMODATIONSGRANDSTAND
A and M University Columbia it 50c
S. C. +

Theodore Cleveland tackle. BOX
A'abama' A and M College I 60c'''
Huntsville, Ala.; John Glover 0 SEATS
end Florida A and M University !
Tallahassee; Willie Williams, / / 111 j'

quarterback, Tuskegee Institute; .
Thomas Adams halfback, South
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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS I SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961 PAGE 18 \ '


"."'....._.....__ .. '>J!'_ JL_ ... ... .. .. ... ..., ---- PREPARES FOR A WHALE OF
BEfMUNE ELEMENTARY MAYS AT A GLANCEThis LIBERTY CITY

The school family regrets the Is the season of the year There Is little wonder why BAPTIST MEET AN EVENTThe

illfaess of one tit bur cd-JWOrkera, 'Wh n' moat of the school in everything was all pell mell or St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Carver Branch YMCA con. J
Mrs. ,NeIHe flan Wilder of the Dade County, if not all, are In hither, thither and yon at many preparations for 1961 sessions of ducts Its first Weekend Camp for
fourth grade. Mrs. Wilder, whb full swing. They are setting the of the schools last week. Christ the National Baptist Sunday 1961 on Jan. 20 through 22 at
has been recuperating at hams stage for a multiplicity of activi mas and New Year's were just School and Training Union Con beautiful Owalssra-Bauer, located
(1,9! now a patient at the Christian ties. To name just a few! the an. around the corner. Now, however gress, to be here June 19 thru in the ideal setting of Home .
Hospital. Wd are wishing for he nual science fair, career week everyone has buckled down and 25, have been under way for stead.
a most speedy recovery. programs, year book, etc. These the regular teach-learalng process more than nine months accord This camp has been long noted
activities and many more afford is once again evident at the ing to the Rev. W. D. Thompson.Jr. as one of the best equipped
Frank D.Fall-child Tuggle teacher at the teaching personnel & well local "mind" building: plants. ., general chairman of the en camps in the county and afford
David
the Elementary
crowded schedule. terttUnment committee. Kell recreational activities! for all
School, visited with the third! iMuch to the regret of our .
Auditorium, which had been boys and girls and teen-agers
Mays High has been
grade teachers :Friday of last pushing faculty, we lost one of our cher. scheduled tentatively two years who attend.
week. Mr. Tugsrle was most 1m- steadily forward with renewed l hed teachers, Mrs. Vera Boyd ahead, is secured by the required A nominal fee of $8.00 and
pressed with the teaching vigor in an ,attempt to raise the Sirmons, :who without doubt
pro. any holding fee And the moat I $6.50 for members and non
cedures which he observed and educational levels of boys and served exemplar of
as an per. conveniently grouped buildingswith I members respectively makes It
was most grateful for the mater. girls who are in attendance at fectlon for both the teaching more than 100 class rooms I possible for many youngsters to
Pals' given him by Mrs. M. Edge, I Mays, and who are out hope fora profession and 'the student body. and auditoriums are committed 'attend The fees assessed will
curriculum assistant. Miss Bahr, better world In which to live. for the time saving of delegates '' cover transportation, food, lodging
an Intern of Fairchild will visit This forward movement Is due The fourth grade is so elated The Rev. Zald D. Lemlor is 'I' activities and board.
with ,this same group on Jan. 18. primarily to the elncerity and over the fact that Mrs. Madge secretary of the entertainment All youngsters will have the
Members of the 3rd grade group outlooks that the principal of Portier, our supervdsor of arlth. committee. The Rev. Curtis H. opportunity to participate in:
Include Mrs. L. Harris, chair. Mays James M. Simmons, and metlc, has chosen it as a gradeto Faulkner is assistant. Cookouts, campflres. devotions,
work with In her In
man; Mrs. Viola Hlggs, Mrs. the faculty members have on growth And the Rev. Wm. II. Harris is athletics, hikes, movies, nature
Hazel Cunningham, Mrs. Au- modern day education. arithmetic projeot. Last week, treasurer. The Rev J. E. Fldd study, swimming, square danc
thurlne Strapp and William Mc. They realize that we are living the group was held spellboundby mont, general co-chairman, is ing and social dancing.
Gee. In a very oomplexed society the artistry exemplified by also chairman of the souvenir A heavy attendance is anticipated .
Mrs. Portier at her initial lee.
program. Other chairmen Include and all young people de.
and and
that boys girls are go.
.Mrs. Thelma North, secretary, Ing to have to be well versed In ture which laid the format for the Revs. Neal J. Haynes, slroua of attending are requestedto
Is still telling her co-workers many fields In order to meet the her future work with the same finance; J. D. Howard, homes register early at the "Y",
about the trip which she and her challenges: that present them. group. and hotels; James E. Cook, pre. 5770 NW 15th ave., OX 60231.
husband made to Havana during' convention program; W. A. Qualified male and female
selves in the form of social, political The Professional Committee is
the recent holidays. Mrs. Lois economical, and religious in charge of next week's faculty Scott, publicity; I. C. Peay, welcome adults will serve as supervisorswith
Hicks too, is rejoicing about her changes. meeting. As per usual, the com. I ; S. W. Williams Jr., trans. Franklin D. Ross, program
trip home during the Christmas. PTA mlttee has a special treat In portatlon, and C. McCurdy, con. director, and Ina. Blaskshear.
tide. cessions. Deacon F. Z. Wilson is girls' supervisor. Member
mind for the teachers Mrs. Ha. agen.
The Mays PTA is in the pro :
chairman of United Fund.
Patrons of Bethune Elemen. cess of sponsoring a tea for the zel Levan (first grade teacher) buildings. cy

tary are being reminded of the purpose of helping projects (In Is going to demonstrate the
regular PTA meeting which will the department of refurnishing, proper procedure to use when I
be held Tuesday, Jan. 17 In the curtains, new additions, etc.) teaching reading to first graders. I Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE
The: date of the tea will be
cafetorlum at 8 p m. announced I '
,later.TEACHERS' While speaking of reading, ALSO CONTRACT
the echool Is eagerly
everyone at
PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
TALENT SHOW waiting for Mrs. Adslde's return
DUNBAR ELEMENTARY visit. She has been so helpful to Licensed and Insured

Ableal Horn .Althea Jackson The Annual Teachers' Show is us this year. And without her un Colors Mixed Free Free Estimation and Consultation
and Sylvia Rolle the to be held on Jan 18 In the dying patience, what would we
composed Florida Paint Co. Inc. 628 NW 62nd St. iI
committee for A Dolls! and Firearms Mays High School auditorium. have done this year. Welcome '
Show and Tell program Promptly at 8 p.m. the show will back, Mrs. Adside. Time payment plan available-Phone PL 93231Miami's

hpld last Wednesday bv pupils in begin. I
Little has been said about Mrs.
Mrs. C. C. Tlrown's third grade "Call it What You Will" Is which
the title of skit which Gertna Williams' room,
the
Haas. Judging was by applause a en.
happens to be one of the most
Prize tire show will revolve around.
winning (1011 was a brown attractive classrooms in Dade. In
skin place-halred, black The public is invited.
-eyed,
every !corner of the room, one
Mnch tall beauty, wearing a finds evidence of both time and
N. F. A.Sylvester. Most Desirable
blue and white
nylon dress and money spent for some education.
white socks and f'Mes. She belongs which
Cooks and James al project projects pro
; to Sylvia Rolle. The largest child with atmos.
Mosely were elected NFA memo vide any an
doll 30 inches tall belonged to bers of the month of Decemberby phere for learning. However, .
Aqull'a Lewis; Sherron Stevens the Goulds Chapter of New don't take my word for It. Come ApartmentsCompletely
brought the smallest doll eight Farmers of America. This hon. cut and see it for yourself I
Inches tall wearing a red dress or entitles Sylvester and Jameato D. Ricardo Thomas, reporter
and high; heel white shoes. wear an identification brace. Mary F Williams, principal

Three winning places were let engraved with "NFA Members furnished adequate parkina'area :
of the Month" it. ,
given to the boy! Alvin Teasleywas on '
first with a Jungle Hunter Members are selected for this Adult Center OpensIn beautifully landscaped large spacious -
outfit complete with rifle, side honor on the basis of their NFA ,

arms, high-powered; binoculars activities such as supervised All ground floor buildings.
Liberty City rooms.
knife, unbreakable canteen and farming programs, record keeping
helmet. Jerome Washington leadership ability, and
placed second with rifle and gun grades in Vocational Agriculture. Liberty Park la now open to
set. Richard Long's Johnny Grades in other subjects are con the adult public with sports ac. Corner Apts. $22.50 week
TWngo holster and gun set garnered sldered also in making the selection tlvitlea from 2 p.m. until 10
a third place. Our principal The advisor of this or. p.m. Monday thru Friday. Someof
the activities are basketball, Inside Apts. $20 week
made kodochrome of the ac sanitation is Hubert H. Thorn p.
board
'tivity. on. softball, cards, shuffle

James M. Simmons, principal and ping pong
The entire Dunbar, family is Dave Boone, reporter The supervisors Invite everyone 2 Children Allowed
rejoicing with Matthew Law. to come out so as they may
renca and Mr\ Lawrence over organize teams to form leagues.
the birth of their third child and Second Semester Thin. program Is not restricted
first daughter on last Thursday. we wish to have male and fe -a---
She; has been named Edith male teams.
Querethea FAMU Extension Liberty Park is located at 17th
aye and 61st st
Mrs| Josephine White, returned If anyone would like to enter FLORAL PARK APTS.
to Dunbar on Monday aftera ClassesEdward their own team feet free to do
lengthy absence most of which so by registering at the park.
was spent In hospitals We are Norwood, coordinatorof This is a free public service
grateful that she has regained Extension Services for Florida sponsored by the City of Miami 2474 N.W. 58th Street TU 5-1589
her health Her class Is delighted A and M University, will visit Recreation Dept. We sincerelyurge
with her return. the Miami Center only once in the adults to take Interest,
the interest of the second semester participate and help promotethis
Aluo! returning from illnessesof extension classe! He will be program designed especially
themselves: or their childrenare In the cafeteria of the Booker T. for you. .
Mrs. Laura Bethel (auto. Washington High School at 9 Harriet S. Worrell and Leroy ...
mobile accident) : Mrs. Round. a.IT. Saturday January 28. At Cromartie are upervlors. NOW BACK
tree and Mrs. Bonnie Hepburn that time all classes will) be set IN MIAMITo
whose small daughter was ill up and fees collected at the rate
Mrs. McNeil's Rlchetta is still of $9.00 per credit point. Remember Group for Gifted You
-US with a glandular infection. only cash or money or serve
ders wilt be accepted In payment
ETV pupils are readying a skit for fees. ChildrenThe Rev. Shepherd s
on' Mark Anthony and Julius Both Undergraduate and graduate .
Caesar as a culmination activity courses will be offered. All Dade County Group for BoegatersThe
for the Unit on Rome and Italy. classes are organized on the ba. Gifted Children meets the third Wonder Man of God ,
Dunbar PTA meeting has beta Us of 16 students. Begin now, to Thursday of each month at 8:00 k
rescheduled for Jan. 17. Watch find Individuals interested in p.m. at the Lindsey Hopkins Education Do you have a ,
for notices and announcementsover specific courses In or that these Building, 1410 NE 2nd problem 7
radio. courses can be offered. are All persons Interested In the Business Did Marriage
For further Information con. education of the gifted are cor. Falling Can't Win the
tact Mrs. C. Mt Pearsall, director dlally Invited to attend. the Man or Woman You ''Love
- at PL 9.2727 before 5 I) P.M. meetings. Membership, If de. Oeen Crowed >, Need
or at NE 5.4760 after 6 p.m. sired, is $1.00 per year. The Money Everything GoIng *
Men meeting this month will be January Wrong Health Bad
Women
and 19 In room 910. Topic: Can't Satisfy Your
Civil Service "Who Is The Gifted Child and Husband or Wife Want wa
Train for Civil How do we Know Him?" New Home or Car
Exams Announced
Service Positions Frequently Part III. Discussion will be SEE ME TODAY ,4

Entrance wOari$ eu high a* led by Mrs. Orba Young, an ele. Remember I am not a for .
GRAMMAR SCHOOL $377 A month. Ton mr qualify menlary teacher currently teach. tune teller, rootman or
EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT through spare time Instruction lag a Resource Class of identified palm reader I am not God,
at home. For Information and gifted children. but a God sent manl
SEND NAME, ADDRESS personal interview (confidential), Part IV will follow in the Feb
meeting. It costs nothing to
write: ruary
PHONE NUMBER .
NATIONAL TRAINING Mrs. Gruber, chairman come in and talk
P.O. Box 4712 rids Rosemary Wlrkua,
SERVICE
FR 9-9138
secretaryMrs. 627 N.W. 9th St. Apt. 1
Miami 1, Florida Intff Greewlch. Conn. ,
J28 : Ethel Wilkinson

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: MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Sunlight Chatter termined claw, an well as talent. FOR SALE
ed in other area*.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1961 BoxThe Gaiety and cxcltment} prevails. ALFRED ARNETT, owner of six
amidst us as plant are underway lots in Carver Ranches- would
students at Sunlight welcome for the to its fold several new students .I scheduled for' early :wishing to buy a nice lot In, that
r including two males. AJ. Fall. area, write to Mr. Alfred Arnettj .
though it's by no means unusualfor Expressions of cympalhy go 237 W. 127th St., Apt. 14-A,
-
RE55 men to.enter the field of out to two of our students who ,New York, N.Y. J21
beauty culture at Sunlight, It's had deaths Jn) their families. Alsoa
always. a pleasure to welcome message of ,good cheer and
more. wishes) for a speedy recovery to WE
BUILD
ARCHIE The laboratory is a very busy) another ytudent, Mrs. Gwendo
place these days with each student lyn Kellow who) Js" convalescing NO MONEY DOWN
FINDERALL .x striving to be perfect and in Jack qn Hospital.Mildred .
9 > create the skills. We must. say Lots for Sale
this is a very devoted and de. Burns, reporter Cash paid for lots or home

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CITIZENS, clnb leaders
and organization presidents of FOR SALE CHEAP Brand new lovely 3 bedroom
Richmond Heights: Are you interested 2 bath, garage, oak floors,
of Rich '
in the
progress FOR
RENT
mond,, Heights? We need lights, tile roof, built in electric
proper police protection, better CHOICE I-BEDROOM 2 bedrooms CBS ,home, partly furnished. I kitchen

roads solve all in our these community.problems by We unitIng can- CORNER APARTMENTSIn Fenced yard, awnings, quiet friendly 1430,N.W. 59th St.

into one strong organizationat Finest Building neighbors. In beautiful North J Miami 1426 N.W. 58th Terr.'j
the home of Clarence L. Edwards ADULTS JE 8.1340 Baron
14020 Jefferson St., Sun ONLY Beach.
day, Jan. 15, at 3:30: pm 5815' N.W.12th Ave. JE 2-4343'

THE SQUARE CIRCLE Club SEE CARETAKER APT. NO. 7 1501 N.E. 154th Terrace OX 1-1541 BARGAIN. $1,000. 2 bedroom,

Invites to its 20th anniversaryball Indf Florida room, 2-car garage.
at Bayfrbnt Park audit,
Jan. 19, are
Thursday coming ----
in the mall. This yearly event Is
docked as one of the grand oc.
casions of the season Richmond ,
Heights Drugs moved Into Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the Community
their new home (just a few steps
from Its former location.) the FOR A FAIR DEAL SEE .FAIR REALTY
past week. Aside from their spa.
cious drug store (in the rear)
store space for four business!
places were erected One will J
house a beauty shop, the other, a .- : k*'
barber shop, operated by Robert y-r *" "
"Bob" Edwards Greg< t:
Hamm, Kessler (the smooth as 't' tiO: .
:silk taste) blended whiskey rep.,
really has the Julius Kessler Co.
known in these parts. His weekly .
promotions take him from Key
West to Jacksonville and If you ,oJ '
can Just hit on Gregg when inaction
you'll know just how
smooth It really is.



LOOK FOR A whole lot of
Happenings over the weekend,
when WMBM shake down Is This Gorgeous Home,Can Be'Yours
somewhat Ironed out, aside froma .
local station changing hands BROWN
and name, somebody got to 'go. 1don't SUB BRAND NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS. ,ALL LARGE ROOMS REAR
,
know who, but Butterball
and Elliott Pieze moving In SCREENED FLORIDA
ROOM
will sureflv Jam the airwaves at BUILT-IN OVEN AND RANGE. NO CLOSING
WFEC. So the axe ir sure t. COSTS.
come some down heads and will wherever fly it falls ONE MORTGAGE. OPEN SUNDAY- 1-6 P.M. 2991 N.W.43RD, 'TERR.
\
TO LOOK at the dally news
photos on Charlayne Hunter as Only $795 Down
she leaves the women's dormitoryof
University of Georgia and r. ::: IP I!:! __ _ __ _ .
others on the front pages of J
the nation's 2-bedroom CBS. All rear, large
papers as he clutched SPECIAL 1
Brand
the Madonna Statue shows her Florida room. Total $11,500. No new. Opa Locka
faith in God and inward expression closing costa Close to buses. For ,this cute small home. Partly $595 Down
that reaches out very far. I Terrific!
furnished.
Move '
don't right in. Ideal
think it can reach some, '
but I am sure that if you read Only $495 Down for widow or '_couple. No closing 3 bedroom CBS. Move in. No
Ralph McOill's story in the Miami cost closing costs. $85 month.
r Only one mortgage. $50
News on Thursday you'll ':'; ::: ::: ::: = =:
understand. Brand monthly. See 1541 NW 154th St.
new 3-bedroom CBS.
The greatest enemies of our Oven and range. Beauty. Near .
country are within these backward school. Opa Locka, NW 18th SPECIAL TODAY BEAUTIFUL
cities, that brought its demons DUPLEX!
Ave., NW 153rd St to 154th Sts. I
in to work evil, It was
good to know how some of the No closing costs. Only $395 Down Only $1,495 Down

students there is reacted.a chance It if showed only those that $795 Down See 7753 NW 15th Ave. See 5200 NW 10th Ave.

ugly, evil backward morons V&* i &Z z &&y&>&&Z &SfysiR' sX3 ff 2-bedroom
would remain in their holes. S&&z furnished doll) house. Priced right. Two carport Our
Most of them >have nothing and Only $595 DownFor Close to 2 bus !lines. No closing appraisal of a good buy at
long have (lost the fights in life costs. Move right in. price asked. Do not disturb ten
to secure!! for I
themselves and this
very cute 2-bedroom II ants. Shown
families, otherwise I by appointment.
have belonged. they would newly painted home. No closing Only $595 down $20 week :

costs. One mortgage. $20 week -
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Mr McGill 4
says: We are tramp.
ling out vintage where the I pays all. ANOTHER SPECIAL II 3 J bedrooms, 2 baths CBS. Tile

stored grapes, of the, terrible wrath are See 1088 NW 55th Terr. roofs 'carport, Florida room, d

God have and mercy all we can ask is Only $495 Down built-in oven and range, 2 air
on
generations ::; = :: :; -t:::; ::: :=c: ::;; :::Cc: .
to :: conditioners
come. The sins of the Fathers fenced in yard.
wtllbe- visited upon them in Income propertY' Live on one 2-bedroom, hardwood floors, Liberty City area. One mort
trouble and sorrow." side, rent from other helps pay good location. No closing coats. gage. No closing costs.

off. One mortgage only. No One mortgage. $20 week .
pays
closing costs. all. ; Only $1,495 Down

MANSION 3 bedrooms one side See 1923 NW 58th St. -
A
2 bedrooms !
other side !
FOR SALE 2 kitchens, carportCompletely Custom built Opa Locka beauty.

furnished Custom built beauty. For the Just built. 3-bedrooms, hardwood .
floors. One of the nicest
DELUXE
NEW See 7800 NW 15th Ave. : particular buyer. $3,000 flown. : homes in area..

BEDROOM FLORIDA ROOM- 2 BATH $995 Down ; See 6090 NW 9th Ave. : See 1831 NW 155th St.

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OAK )
S 2 CARPORTE FLOORS SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET

,- 80 x 100 LOT
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-:$3,OOO cash down FAIR I REALTY PL, ,7-1 645 .


Cor. 9th 61st Ave.St. and We are open eve'ryday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sunday

Open Sat. & Sun. 3-6 List your lots with'us for quick cash sale Best prices paid

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