The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00250

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Judge Thomas, Officers- Lee Civil Rights Commission I

end McDowell Honored I Criticizes Florida ,;

-Florida and fire other South. the six-man commission war
em states were criticized on Sun. Doyle E. Carlton of Tampa, for j
day by the U. S. Civil Rights mer governor of Florida. .r
By ELLIOTT J. P1KZB lent. Commission for doing the most Carlton "cannot approve the
Charles A. Lockhart Is president to maintain racial segregation at withholding of money coming as>
Miami's Municipal Judge L. E, of the c'ub, and other memo public schools and colleges. it does to the federal government:'

Thomas, and retired police officers her include Dr. I. P. Davis, Dr. The commission put the six together from the taxpayers as a club
Clyde Lea and Alexander H. H. Green Otis James, Andrew as "the resistant states, in to forge any fixed pattern set:
McDowell of the Miami Police L i Moore, Dr. George Simpson, Melvin the report .The others are 'Georgia forth by a federal agency," hw

Force, were significantly honor Jackson, D. A. Julius Dr. W. Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi
ed by the Adelphlan Club of H Murrell, Louis H. Portlock, and South Carolina.The j said.The commission's report does
Miami on Thursday afternoon on Dr. John O. Brown, Judge L. E. report said that the fed not Include the University of ML
the occasion of its weekly luncheon Thomas, Sam Rabin and J. R. eral government itself, through/ ami' and other Florida private

held at the Sis i John Hotel. Tayor.: Its aid program, has been "a silent institutions.The .' \,
Judge Thomaa was cited in Dr. Davis Introduced Mr. Ros partner in the creation and report noted that public ; .,"

recognition of outstanding:! service enfelder_ and Chief Heartey- perpetuation of separate collegesfor i colleges: in the North are not
as the first\ Nero Judge of Mr. Rosenfelder' delivered avery Negroes." It recommendedthat I free from suspicion of discrimination '
the city of Miami, aid the first Impressive historical, description federal funds be withheld against Negroes, and said
Negro to become judge In ,the ; of the founding, installation from colleges that discriminate that "some 20 per cent of them
entire south. I I and development of the because of race, color, religion or inquire as to the race of an ap.
Officers Lee and McDowell I I Miami Negro Police Force from national origin. pllcant or ask for a photograph,.. .

were honored in recognition ofJUDGE M the original five up to the pres. The only dissenting member of or both t "

.. I I ent ..force of 81 members. Rosen.felder .
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director of Public
...: Safety when the force began. MIAMIAN8 TAKES NOTICECarolinian \vEpSl i
Chief' Headley also brought
some very timely remarks to the
occasion He explained how the
..>,..,,>..._....,, ;;;. .... fOF.'ICER Negro Police Officers have played Proposes f
LEE such an Important role in maintaining j
Haw and order In Miami.
years of honorable service. The chief congratulated Judge
I{; Among guests present wen Thomas and officers Lee and McDowell
Care for Gibson Fa
:\ t. I Miami's Police Chief Walter upon the honors presented Fr. i

o. .r Headley, Mrs. Ann Coleman, Dan to them.PA311LY ., .
: Rosen feeder. Captain O. E. Cau- S----- "
6 ..4' Commander of the local RALEIGH, N.C.-The Carolinian realizes that it will be be nu.- fo -?
: ; dell IIIIILK IN 'INAVG'President weekly publishedhere him to suffer than for sev oJ.
:" ;: '. \ police precinct, Editor H. E. S. newspaper I
.,1'"] of the Miami Times, John F. Kennedy left proposed that friends hundred members to (eel punitive
Reeves L. Williams, L. L. hand rested on a Duay versionof should be prepared to take care discipline.: .
the Bible as he lifted his right: .of the family of the Rev. Theodore the organUatton
t.: ;. Brooks, E. E. Kemp, Leroy Jef- The least that -
hand to take the oath of office. If the minister 19 do should Rev Gibsongo ,
:: ,, of the Johnson Publications, R, Gibson can ,
.. .. .. fery Bible
....".. "f" .. Mrs L. E., Thomas, Mrs. Clyde The copy Is a famly Jailed in Florida. to Jail, is to pay his $1,200(
: owned by his 90-year.old grand'mother fine and provide support for his
Lee, Mrs. Alexander McDowell, of Father Gibson Is under a 6.
F. Fitzgerald,
Mrs. J.
family while completing his sen
Officer 'Ralph White, Clyde Kll- month sentence and has been or. "
Boston. dered to pay a $1,200 fine for tence.
----- recalled action of the
refusing to let a state investigating This
I committee check membership board of directors of the South

lists of the Miami branch of ern Conference EducationalFund
Hallandale SpecialPoliceBouncer the NAACP. He Is president of a Southwldo civil-right:
THOMAS the branch. organization, In regard to the

"Rev. Gibson knows that If he case of Carl Braden.
notable services as police officersto voted to Bra- .
The pay .
the City of Miami, from 1944to KilledLuther releases the membership to, the den's salary to his family If h.>
1961 Beautiful bronze Investigating committee, a lot of has to go to prison for refusingto '
ty'aques were presented to each members will suffer economicand cooperate with the U. S.
of the men. "Big Newt" Newtonwas urday at 2 p.m. at New Macedo civil reprisals," the Carolinian House Committee on Un-Ameri
The presentations were made said In an editorial. "lIe can Activities.
by the Vent John E. Culmer, who shot eight times Sunday (la Baptist
night at the Palms in Hallandale.
is a long-time member of the -

club. Tltoe'y responses were made'! It was reported that Newton,
by each of the men upon receiving i a well known figure In the Brow- At Booker T. Washington High School I
his award.ME.'ffiER ard County area, a special pollee

FTVB and employed: as bouncer at the
:. Palms, attempted to quell an I
Officer Lee was' one of. the argument between a couple, JUNIOR ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL REORGANIZES

original or first five policemento when a man, Cornelias Jackson,
be appointed to serve the MIami walked up and shot Newton between Sparked by the dynamic principal
area Officer McDowell was the eyes When Newton of Booker T. Washington
named about six weeks later and fell at the entrance to the Palms, High School, the Junior Administrative
became the sixth member of the apparently not dead, Jackson Council (SAC) resumed r

force. grabbed the bouncer's gun and its duties In assisting! the Administrative 4' a4, r 'r rat'
Other members of the original pumped seven more bullets Into Staff of the Miami

flvo were: Ralph White, Moody his body, police reported._ chool.
Hall, Edward Klraba'.I: and John It Is reported that "Big Newt" The Council determines
fuller and
MJlle4?e. White ig! still a member had everything und r-control be constructive whether or -not are'nee4.more :
of the force; Hall resigned and programs ; .
twwen the arguing couple a.r
ed to stimulate the Interests of
because of poor he*'th; Klmballilso was about to enter the club when r J
the student' body In various activities. -
resigned and MHledge was
Jackson came upon the scene, It also determines !
shot and mad In line of duty "- ;
Officers Lee and McDowell re. Newton U survived by his whether or not the present pro
I tired daring the latter part of mother, five brothers and fire gram being followed, by the or- .
Mst year, following almost 18 sisters. Final rites will held Sat ganlzations should be eradicated,
remain constant or be developedto
a fuller: extent.

I The amenities against which the teenagers seem to 1 k +F, 1 ',J Ii
today, are another of the JAC's
responsibilities Custom and usage .
is major area for
In society a
A grocer was shot to run from the store. .
consideration. Program
death Wednesday evening in his Police were not able to report the Council's
Jan 16.
store by a bandit. whether. the robbers took any planning began
Crus Jlmlnes, 62, of 1031 NW money. Composed) of presidents of major Athletic: Association: MaybdllnePinkston Seated from left to right Jac-
40th ave., was struck In the Jlmlnez "didn't have an enemy organizations .In the school, Patrols: Catherine Allen quedlne Robinson, business man
heart by a shotrun bu'let at his In the world," said },Marge JAC representatives art: James Newspaper; Jwephus Wood- alter; Gay Ferguson, vies presl. ..
little ne'fhborhood grocery 2188 Turner a clerk In the store who Erwin, Student Council; Willie IOn, Band; Peggy Brown, Future dent; Willie Campbell, president;
NW 6th are, police reported and had :left a short time before they Campbell Boy Counselors; Jacquellne Nurse of America; James Hlms, Janice Maycock, recorlng secretary
died Inslant'y. shooting."I Robinson Girl .Counselors Junior Federation; end. Barbara ; Bloneva Moreland, report
The shooting occurred at 1:2S don't see how anyone eonldshunt ; Janice Maycock, Future Bush, Quit and Stl 1. er.
Jlralnez. who wa nlon. apparently -I him. If I'd been there, they Teachers of America* Bobble This organization counseledby Standing: Robbie !dcCra,, cor.
p.m. fired two shots from his" would have killed me too.' MeCray, Senior Federation; Gay principal Cbarle L. Wil responding secretary; Xugta
pistol durlnt the holdup nnld rrhls was the second grocer Ferguson Choral Society; B'on- liams. Wills Campbell Is prenl-. Gray, treasurer! ; MaybclllnsPinkston
Detective Mike Gonta'ez. Wit Mind' bv thotgun In the p a s t *M. Felder Moreland, Senior Janice Maycock recording w s.. parliamentarian >and
necie said they' saw two Negroes tow months |I Honor Society; Eugene Gray, cording secretary James Erwin, ehaplaln.d .


all sections of the atate .
I on
WINTER topic "Should The Private cS
AT lege Take a Positive Stand
Committee the -Desegregation
Legislative FLA. NORMALSt. sue;"a banquet.a brief business session'and '

The National
of Florida A new feature of the homecom.
Alumni Association Industrial Memorial Ing observance Involves a con.
to Jail NAACP Leader Normal College will and conduct Its second test between the various chap.
Annual Winter Homecoming ters of the alumni to raise a ter.
Observance Feb. 4. This announcement tams amount of funds for thl
made today In' Alumni's Expansion Fund The
TALLAHASSEE Leaders of at all, but rather as something counter;! aitIns.NAACP was Chapter donating the
( John highest
Issued by
release: ,,
the Florida Legislature are which concerns all< posterity." leaders and the Flor a special secretaryof amount of money over $100
executive win
sharpening the ax for sit-in dem.. Professors and college students ida Civil Liberties Union are L. the Jackson National Alumni Association receive the first annual "Valen-
onstrators and others working will be the targets of 'a bill to be among groups fighting efforts to Normal "". tlne-LlttleJohn" plaque. The
for Integration and civil rightsIn sponsored and pushed in the Leg punish ministers, professors, students for Florida former stu. evening phase of the homecoming .
this state. islature by Senator Randolph and others working for Some 300 or more staff and celebration will be centered
When the Legislature: meets in Hodges of Cedar Key, president- civil rights and integration. dents, graduates of, Florida Nor.. ed around the basketball game.
April, one item on the agenda designate of the Florida Senate. faculty members Memorial between the Lions and the Be.
will be a threat to jail the Rev. The Southern Conference mal and Industrial thune Cookman College Wildcats"In
A. Leon Lowry of Tampa, state Hodges said he expects to obtain cational Fund has helped to organize College are expected to attend Hecksher gym at 8
president of the NAACP and a passage. of a law to provide a state-wide committee to and participate In this second annual p.m
Baptist leader. for the firing of any professorand counter efforts of the courts and confab. The first Annual
the expulsion of any studentat the legislature to penalize these Alumni Winter Homecomingheld
Mr. Lowry is charged with con. state-supported universities people. Protests to members of last year drew more than EXPERT WATCH
tempt for refusing to cooperate who advocates or takes part In the Legislature and other public 200 alumni participation and AND
with a legislative committee demonstrations such as lunch. officials' have been called for I from all Indications we should CLOCK REPAIRS
which sought to check NAACP double that record at the forth
membership lists. The committeesaid coming observance, Mr. Jackson Andrews' Jewelers
it was looking for "subver. said, as he mentioned the weal 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
sives." THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA balanced program of activitiesand
events (being planned for All. work guaranteed
Recently the Florida! Supreme PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1961 thl occasion. 40 Year In ButlneM
Court upheld a 6-month jail Highlights of the homecoming FR 3-0162
sentence given the Rev. Theo' observance will IncQude a debate
dore Gibson, head of the Miami various alumni members from
NAACP branch, for his defianceof oy

the same committee. Father CORE Members to Appeal Q 2 .... .:....._........
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Gibson, who is rector of Christ
Episcopal Church, is appealing
to the U. S. Supreme Court. TV Service Calls $J.50

The Florida high court over- 60 Days and FineNew
turnpd a (similar sentence given I
the Rev. Edward T. Graham of
Miami, who even refused to say Orleans Sixty day jail The CORE attorneys indicatedthat '
if he was a member of the sentences and fines of $350 were they would appeal to the LARRY'S T.V.
NAACP. Mr. Iraham is former handed out to four New Orleans Louisiana Supreme Court and
president of the Miami NAACP CORD members convicted of Ultimately to the United State WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
Criminal Court.
Mischief Criminal District Supreme
The three ministers are among Judge Bernard Cocke gave RADIOS, HI-FI AND' STEREO REPAIRS
47 persons in the United States the defendants the option of pay. NEED MONEY

who committee have defied on such the ground legislative : Ing the 60 fine day or of prison serving sentence.an additional $25 to $600 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

that the Is purpose to block of these committees fTlDe arrest pf CORE (Chairman Call PL 8-3653 1De ?
integrationand Rudolph, Lombard, Orebha Castle, .
other social progress. These Cecil 'W. Carter, Jr., and L. Sid. IDEAL LOAN .
47'take their stand under ..
the shtax.aMp avxr *w.' xN.ra
ney Goldfinch: grew out of a sit 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. ?
First Amendment to
the U. S.
Constitution, guaranteeing at a .MoCrory (Hunch counter :
free. Sept. 17. Goldfinch is also charged
dom of speech, press, religion, with criminal anarchy and IN MIAMITo
association and 'protest.Mr .
faces a possible sentence of ten
Lowry summed it up when years. No date has been set for Men and Women serve You
the trial of
he said: "It is quite apparent charge.
that the committee's action an Attys., Lolls P, Elle and JohnP. Train for Civil Rev. Shepherd
attempt to Intimidate and labelan Nelson Jr. filed notice of ap. Service Positions
organization and to weaken peal on the ''Criminal Mischief BoegatersThe
It. We have 'been pressing for conviction. They alleged that GRAMMAR SCHOOL Wonder Man of .God
our rights in almost, every area Judge Cocke erred in refusing to EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT Do you have a tls ,
and that Is why they are afterus. allow testimony to prove Me- problem? '
." Crory's. to !(be in interstate com.
ADDRESS Business Bad. Marriage > ;
Mr. Graham and Father coerce and to show a conspiracy )No
PHONE NUMBER Falling Can't Win the kxw".
were sentenced after the between MoCrory managementand
Man or Woman You Love
committee cited them for con. the New Orleans police Sucha P.O. Box 4712 i Been Crossed Need
tempt In Mr Lowry's 'case, the conspiracy'would make the ar Miami 1, Florida Indf Money Everything Go
committee voted to ask the leg. rest unconstitutional state sup. Ing Wrong Health Bad
tsatur.to: j jail the minister port of private discrimination. I Can't Satisfy Your :r' ,.
wnen it meets. The assembly' can Husband or Wife Want
keep him In Jail l during Its whole a New Home or Car? '
session if he still refuses to co.
operate.Mr. SEE ME TODAY
STAR MEAT MARKET Remember I am not a for.
Lowry declared: "We havea tune teller, footman or 4
right to associate
palm reader, I am not God,
ever we wish. It Is not within but God a '
a tent man!
the power of the Legislature to \l
deny any citizen that right. 1520 N.W."62nd Street It costs nothing to
There Is ,no attempt on our partto come in and talk
flout any duly constituted leg. .
Islatlve committee. We are mere 627 N.W. 9th St. FR 9-9138
ly attempting to exercise our
freedom." .

Father Gibson said recently: "I .. .. :..: :J
shudder to think what would

happen get if their the hands segregationistscould on the Fresh Meat-Low Prices

membership lists of an organlza. $-2.00 SAVE $2.00
tion like the NAACP. I don't
Hook at this as personal matter -

I am worth $2.00, when presented to our Service

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Lire right, and there !is only I
------ By DAVE BONDU _
one way you can fall from earth Begining January 22,
b e6b b OO ObIi O OOOGOOO and that la up to heaven., 11,1
The space age has finally N
FLASH! Clj-cle KUltafl faaa FAMILY FORUM 1 -
" come up /iwith its own disease THE
left the Fiesta Room afia has "Space-phobia." Reports from a I ,

taken over the the Knight Beat .. Lqndon psychiatrist tell of er- COMINGKWACHA At The YMCA I"I
It Ls now called: Clyde Killena eral" 'patients suffering from this i ,,

Knight Beat. Most of us will be Is no security in it 0, ask me uew aliment TEA ,
sorry that Clyde has left the Fl. I know!
'esta Room and I am sure that One of the "space-photbiaes" is
they are sorry to lose Clyde. a schoolteacher who finds him. .Ifr
I know of two self .that he might .
reasons that he worrying ,
is leaving well float off the earth. the ;;: ;
built Up gold Suzie Holmes Pretty Boy of Despite ,; .
wide, and t know Bill Sawyer gravity of the situation, it's the >i H1i \:'
the Week Charles Dungie "
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had fat) hite ttol this (Duke Jenkins' bass fiddler) lack of gravity that's bothering ,J.; : :,'t.
things happen and the Man About Towfl! Al Cooler him. Menially he's way out .

next thing you know no one is (Savoy Sultana) Policeman out of this world real gone ...;.. .t?,., '." 3.
selni eye to 6yd. of the Week! The Kirkland already .
However, Clyde Is known to be '. ?
Brothers Public Servant of \
the", Being, preoccupied with space, _
pied piper of Miami in that ;: .
wherever Clyde the the Week Ndal Adam he said, 'It's .space that's getting
goes, crowd
follows and the number of people me. The "curvature of the ,..

who do, will certainly hurt the I MENTIONED Al Cooper and earth insecure. h

place he fleavea behind. the Savoy Sultans. Al was the- It isn't the curvature of the

C'vde' leader of the Sultans, one of the earth, friend, it's the dictatorial!
says foe Is expecting to awlngln est bands in the entire "squares" who make everything :
fl ne-its to takA to take over, but world. It was a sound of music insecure. When 'we get 'round
Strong Man Bobby Marshall, 'that we don't hear today, but if to dethroning these squares who
"Mabuto" Jones who It was heard today, the nation
has the stron".st are throwing us political curves, __
a.RO Wilbur band in Miami, would be swinging and dancingto we will be on solid footing on
this music. They haven't played 1 earth. i,
Mow for Clyde's big news: the- Old Sultan numbers for

P'rst hft is going to knock down 20 years, but yesterday, teen Yes, schoolmaster, space is
the wall between .the Knight agers and today's rock and rol getting you but it's only the :
Bat and studio Two and build lers and hully gullers would space ,between your ears. I _
two big dance floors so that one dance their feet off to music by earnestly hope that, with the 4 '
can be Used for the bully: gullers this group. I believe it is the help of your psychiatrist, you will
and the other for those1 who can't kind of music we need in these get down }JO earth.
do the new dance craze (like me). troubled times of the world. It 1L. ;
The the mldd'e of the two dance and bring happiness to their who fears that satellite launch. :,: r.

floors' and on opening night hearts and lives. Al still has his ings will increase the danger of ___
there will fie a door prize of $50 bpok of, Sultan arrangement and outer. pace collisions, possibly r 1- -
to some :luc'cy person He has not maybe some day will: Pass themon Involving the earth, Isn't it I
said how it will be given away, to some deserving combo o strange that no one seems to be
on'y that it will. even for this generation, he may concerned with all the, collisions .,
organize another Sultan group we have .on earth, dally killing -t
ttAVR YOU Ifenrd about for recordings only. To you,' this people with automobiles?
Leonard's Bakery down on 3rd may sound like a pipe dream
avo. at 17th st? This fellow .it but to me It means that they Seriously I believe that when
quite a baker and I think he doesas played music that had a beat people get disturbed mentally
Food a job an arables. Of and soul.PIRT4 they begin to live away from

eoun e, he makes plea, cakes and themselves, not within them'
birthday cakes alone with any.h'n" selves. They travel to non.exls'tent
else: you would expect to HARRIS SAYS that If worlds where' through non
find In a bakery. The best part Russia was to put Bobby Marshall existent '(earn, they live nonexistent
in the U. S. Navy, by the' lives.
about Leonard's Bakery is that
I. In Fine Whiskey. .
tIme' he sailed
once on a ship
h" does at! of his baking right
The for '
the eal'ors would be too tired to cure "spacephobia"and
th"n' on the! premises. fire a gun. Now I wonder what all other mental Illnesses, I I I
Mr.. Leonard serves as clerk, he meant by that? believe is through a return to FLEISCHMANN'Sis .
,*M h most p'ea ant and helpful religion. Dr. Carl Jung, famous
\, r"'r*on. I am "down right" proud psychiatrist, who was a protegeof
I!' there/ folks' so why don't you SEEMS AS IF our !Mayor's PollIs Dr Sigmund Freud, once said the IG buy !
""P in and give 'em a play. a complete bust. Or again, no that of all of hjs patients of ad. ailSt 4111} ,- .
f one care enough to send in vanced years, not one was cured wrr1.A. I '
r. MR. MTAMT TIMTCS: Garth C. their postcards. We did have one except those who returned to = :
He nomination just one for religion, and that 'who
'e*"'''. 't in Washington. i everyone :
*.* m 'Invite to the Inaugural i lady, but I would not embarass did eo was completely cured. PROOF I j4/ ,
"..'fl for our Prwldent-elect. vou or the lady by printing her 90
".... hnu'd have seen him last name. But it was a thought, and Thus, by following the basic
'n..?,.,..,* lie was as happy as thanks anyway. With Charlie precepts of religion which teachus
r-'I'' | Home In a weiner fac Hadley: having a big lead In !. to love all man kind, we shall BLENDED WHISKEY DO PROOF 00 X GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
-,- Onrth n'aved, an important those who did take the time to cast out fear and doubt, even THE PLEISOHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CItY
the fear of leaving this earth.
rrt In the Democratic! party write and only three more weeksto
go, It hardly leaves us time to'
*i\<\ |t.i now being rewarded for ask for votes since have r .. Yr/Y.r 1. .- r .Yr .,.. .. :,;.. :.: :. ......... .. .' ;......... .. .. .. .. "tU'II
!!w Mnu'wssfnl"nnw'v to become efforts in president.helping had months. To this date you It looksas I r. -',...._'__?_.4'._".?.__:.-._'_'_.-__..:_.-._'__'__.-n---.E"I-r. _:.<_..."..<.-.....'!.I-.!'......-._.,.w..1. -:I _*tgm_-.*.....-...._-PAVP.__*:....A.*_5Ii.r.t;.-_"'*_-!..*..-.*...*S"_: .BWA.__" .mm.14..-_:**_:.-_: "_'._rJi..i.M .ft.*.'1'9._.....

.Pit" henry Arrlngton' also re- It Hadley will remain our Unofficial
r-'i"v} an invitation to the Bat: Mayor for another year
'*** -nt e* activities. Heck, I vot- that Is unless you get off
.* vvvnelir.. so what hop. your seats and vote. I sincerely
_.t... P,,HOM.IV, i am very glad hope you were not as lax about Factory RebuiltMotors
t, 'rnnw that Hunk and Garth getting Kennedy in as you are
*-.. rnre. ntln*' Dade Countv In about this cause If you 'were .
we can almost give up hope of
.* ,< torv-makln: event. They
n'M pv"n., fie able to sneak a ever having any consideration in
I TransmissionsAll
any major event In Miami. ,
*" M 'n to JFK for a little help

for Our po"1e and Cubans. We Maybe It's
a good Idea
.I"'r'. do .need it. mayor to serve a four year term.EPFIWcOmingrehrary our. ,:' /Makes All' Models

y vrn MI Howling owner ,-
nvri<'' ITALIC, |ts out of the hosii and I'm 8, "
*' and I In. on the road to re- every golden: sure minute she'W of live it. Peace life!, 10,000 MILE GUARANTEE
f"...'nrt.i wanted to know about
l''l$ and we are happv to know
'h..'J'" I tll recuperating nicely eACTION a .

"Tvrtrw: MVOO Hoo" CaT1o.u .
? ,,0t ,,... waving paper from PL 7-7603 :
.\. "*'n .rt-Hon. WFEC. which is SERVICE' PICK UP
"?,? wMHM and without no-
t'"* of any 'ilnd. Seems Blanche
-Ait work as usual, and was
.o'" that she was not on. I be-
ifv that the new owners of this

.tRUnn goofed If they are goingto f .
drop a personality, I think it Motors Transmissions
1 i' only flttln and proper to give No.
them two weeks notice or a two "

wek severance pay. In Blanche'scase.
I understand she received Overhauled Money Overhauled


Along with Blanche, the ax SN tdi action pckt4 plus Plus

Pittsburgh fell on Terry Courier Johnston reporter(TJ) Jim and "CIRCUS OF THE SEA" 39.50 Down 29.50

Reed. From the looks of things SEE trained porpoises! Ports Parts

no radio job U safe and the SEE vicious man-eatersl I
public cannot look forward to SEE performing teals!
having their "celebrities" with SEE'tost Islands"exhibit!
them for a whl'e.! As soon as the
public gets to know them and YM ktrw'1 MM Mild" iMJ yoi've.... EXCHANGE
like the shows they're off. MIAMI'S FABULOUSGflQUflRIUm
To the workers: be afraid to
buy a home car or anything ex .
because you might not 7701 N W 7th Ave.fi7r
pensive for them. Juitdo Jilt 10.ift.,1S, Ira,?OowNnlMil .
have a gig to pay a lKlMlblckllC1.U17
a good job each day as if It's ova !**l*ioodow.cbfdr .
your last. Do the best you can, .a pads. I nil.I M M M vto '
and that's all you can do. There 6XC

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JANUAftV' 21, 1961 LOVELY 0" "-bedroom. house with

.ivlng room, dining room, kitchen .
f\orlda room, bath with
shower. plus car port Beatitl:
fully' 'landscaped. In the heart. oil
Artfe, A ii Sl' *'&., *V Edison Shopping Center. It la
ideal foe,_quiet and comfortablb
living. Apply. 6500 NW 8th ave.
8-0792. *
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Main Office at 6740 N.W. 16th Avtnu*-Phorvw OX 1-0421
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Miami Florld.-Phone: FR 32236I --t-
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., ,
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r.. blGISMUND REEVES, Editor { 1 1 1 4 OtMY Income Tax Time!

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Need help to fix your forms
ONE YEAR $4.50 SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.71 Just bring information to

John E. Hatcher, 15030
Harrison St., CE :53864.
A Good name Is better than riches-Bible.
Richmond Heights
Georgia Governor Suggests Constitution Reasonable, dependable.

Amendment =, ............,. ""- ...... _.._- ,-- -- NOTARYINDF
Following the riot at the University of Georgia, the five of the six graduate chaptersIn
:arrest of some of the rioters, the suspension of the two Sigma Gamma Florida. --
'Students their re-admission be The next meeting of the coun- ______w-_ .....
anr everything seems to Rho SororityFive clll will be held in Talahhasieewith
:normal again. Beta Delta Sigma as host. Begimng; January 22
Addressing a joint session in the House chamber. Atlanta members of the local\ of the local
Gamma Rho Representatives
Governor Earnest. Vandiver on Wednesday urged Sorority chapter attended of Sigma the State Leadership chapter are Autherine Strapp THE FAMILY FORUMAt
the Legislature to adopt a package plan that would allow Council held at Fort I Gwendolyn S. Cherry, Grace P.
communities to decide whether to close their schools or Pierce on. Jan. 14. I Smith, Verneka Silva, Sara The. YMCA
The council convened In the Cherry, Hazel L. Grant and Ruby
to obey court orders. He suggested grants-in-aid for students I
Junior College 'lounge at the L Thomas state chairman. '_ _
who withdraw .from desegregated schools and for Lincoln Park Academy.
clarification of a student's right appeal his assignment Soror Florida Wilson, baslleus -
(Ito a given school.A of Gamma Iota Sigma, the host
chapter, conducted the devotion
constitution amendment guaranteeing freedom of al service and presented F. NEED MONEY ?
association was also proposed.The Floyd, president of the Junior
Governor said, "the crisis is upon us, I must tell College, who greeted us and offered ME MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAQES; .
you quite frankly, that a failure to resolve it will blight Soror any Rebecca K. needed.Clarke of f .
our state." I Beta Kappa Sigma, Tampa, gave WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES | .
Meanwhile the two students, Charlayne Hunter and observations of the organization-
Hamilton Holmes, are again attending:classes at the Uni- al meeting held In Palatka on Ronald I. Baron .
She turned the
Nov. 12 then
versity of Georgia, so far without further trouble. meeting over to Soror Ruby M Mortgage Broker JE 2-4343
Thomas who conducted the bus!. 228 SUNNY ISLE BLVD.
Georgians vs. :Mob Rule ness session Following, a very MIAMI BEACH WI 7-3566
enjoyable: social session was held
No university has yet executed a football coach in at the home of Soror Wilson .m..__
'order to protect him from rioting students who threatento where In a most delightful fete was
store for everyone. Twenty
hang him in effigy. But the action of the University of sorors were present, representing

Georgia illogical.in suspending two Negro.students is just aboutas Homes For Sale

We cannot believe that (thoughtful Georgians will Who Will be Miss
allow the impression to persist that they back their officials We have 2 and 3 bedroom CBS homes in

in letting extremists gain their ends by mob action. Jabberwock?
Consider what happened: Egged on by outside agitators J J __ M__... new N.W. 52nd St. area. Call now
hundreds of students rioted against the presenceof

the newly enrolled Negroes. (How many out of '4 P Action Realty
conviction, how many for a' lark, no one knows) Officialswere "
tardy in sending in state troopers to halt the fracas. TU 7-1536 '
Then apparently under political pressure, the university 'I

announced suspension of the Negroes, "for their own pro ., -. .'" ". .. ,. ,. ,-- .. -
tection." Protection was necessary; but was suspension? -
In other words, the agitators got what they wanted.
Campus uprisings usually lead to the suspension of
those taking part in the altercation. This one led to the 2 BEDROOMS CBS

suspension of persons not even paricipating in it.
Responsible Georgians may not have known precisely With Large Florida Room

what was happening or what a sorry picture this ac.
tion presented to the world. But as the realization sinks In 3084 N.W. 59th Street

it is to be hoped they will move to change the picture. Open Sunday
Evidence of this is already to be seen in the petition
This Is one of the nicest homes In Miami. Large spacious rooms,
of Georgia professors
signed by over 300 University urge
ing reinstatement of the two Negroes; in the fair and '' )'F; stove and refrigerator, large CBS utility and work room.
Total Price Only $11,900 $700 Down, Balance, Like Rent
friendly attitude of the deans and most of the student ; ...
.t' Be safe, not sorry. We can finance (Automobile Liability
body, even many who still believe generally in strict your
segregation ; and in the firm, helpful attitude. of student I Sharon Beverly Dean, asentor In irance on easy monthly payments.
leaders. at Booker T Washington High,

Now that the court has ordered the suspended students Is wock competing of 1961 for Miss Jabber. Goodman's Real Estate & Insurance

reinstated, the university administration should be I She Is the oldest daughter of
left free of political pressure, -to deal with campus tensions I son Mrs., teacher Inez McKinney Dean John, 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-0380
in its own way. State officials, for their part, should School. Dunbar Elementary

concentrate on being firm with would-be nonstudent agl- Sharon hopes to further her
studies at Florida A and M University
tators.It may be too much to ask the world. to suspend tary education with a major In elemen

judgment in the meantime. But we hope the newsmen who A member of St. Agnes Epla f
inform outside readers of ,race-tinged demonstrations will ?copal Church, Sharon attends
not overlook the quieter forces working for a calm solu- church school and is an active $8'O: CashBuys
tion.ChrIstian Science Monitor. Churchwomen of the group.Episcopal Young

She has been a member of the
Half Million Tags chorus, Thespians Club, Girls' a 2-bedroom home. Neat work. $55

Licensed tags issued in Dade County this year will Senate and Girl Scouts nionth. $4,500 total. Large lot. See todayat

exceed more than 500,000 according to Thomas A. Knightof ----.n __. 3261 NW 51st Terrace.

the Dade County Auto Agency. FOR SALE ,
Manager Knight reports that since January 2, to -.

date, less than 100,000tags have been sold, an averageof :NEW DELUXE HOMES Orchard Villa

less than 8,000 today. Consequently from January 16 8.BEDROOM 2 BATH
to February 20, the deadline date, there remains more FLORIDA ROOM 1239 N.W. 57th Street
than 400,000 tags to be sold. SCREENED PORCH

OAK 2 CARPORTS FLOORS $500 down $85 month

Reeves to be Judge of District Court? 80 x 100 CORNER LOT

The Negro Associated Press reports that Atty. Frank 6090 N.W. 9th Ave. 2-bedroom CBS. Tile roof hardwood
Reeves of Washington, D.C. who served as aide to Prei- to Call JE ,
dent John F.. Kennedy during his election campaign, has floor. Open 1-6
the nod for,a United States District Court' Judge f -. -

Reeves also one of the NAACP attorneys, represented MIAMI TIMES ADS TRIO REALTY PL 9-8372
the Rev. Theodore Gibson during the first hearing of DON'T
the Legislative Committee headed by Charley .Johns. and COST THEY PAY 801 N.W. 54th Street OX 6.1740

held in Miami. He Is also known Jn other parts of Florida., CALL OX L0421 TODAY


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,.. .. Love, Dorothy Maxwell Doreen THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI+ FLORIDA
';: i"1'Vf --' :! ; R. Young, Annette McNeal Ruth ,
'1 McDowell and a number of oth. I SATURPAYv'\iNUARY 21, 1981 PAGE V

.- THIS and'}' i era

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Projects which lend luster :to
:":'.,..'fr., I r W, )i- the civic and cultural life of the "Village of.TheDamned' ;. 'Theatre Starring George San
.. ." ,..J'') : ; community are Jabberwock (a ; ?t.. ders plus an all-starcast, the
p-',,*. .l ; .'TH4T: .' t .;;. scholarship. fund raising activity) if' .. story portrays' an incident 'of
/tf't: t. ... which wl'tt: end with
: / a mammoth At supernatural
j ii', ryt. affair at Dade County' auditor Ritz Theatre i .young people with

.;' ." .e'y ,RUTH N.0 POLITB_ t ium within three weeks, and the "Village,. of'. Che: Damned," one powers of ,mental telepathy and
Debutante Cotillion evil intent. The picture Is not
._____" __...( ..--------A-----.. --... off In the of which comes of. the mont. unuBual! drama ever I
-------- ---------- ------- spring the year. produced Jpensat the Hits recommended for children,
i A THOROUGHBRED.' Too big In the fraternal order of mason To commerate the founding of T
to be disturbed by little things i ry, the 'honorable John Wesley the organization and to pay horn. .. '... "
or by "little": people: 'say 'a little : Dobbs. He was house guest of: age to its founders all Deltas In FRanklin 4-3269,
while doing much; always courteous the Rudolph Bradleys while here the area and adjacent areas -
no matter what others Miss Maude Ellison, hosted Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm DR. JAMES R. LINDSEY
may say or do; big-hearted, the Poinsettia Bridge Club last Beach will wend their way Saturday ": *',,, "; PODIATRIST
broad minded, generous. He fears Saturday night In her well: appointed ,afternoon at five to the o' "J.S' .,
nobody or no difficulty !but with home. Garnering prizes Church of the Open Door where ...11-< -"':'" Foot and Leg Disorders
faith in God"and in his fellowmen were Mesdames Susie Francis, they will celebrate Founder's 1,
he does his duty dally as he 1st; Evelyn Williams, 2nd: Day by "appraising values for a ""9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 4 "p.m. to 8 p.m.
sees 'it. be it little or be it great. Thelma Outler, 3rd. Other members creative life in freedom and dig.
712 N.W. 3rd Miami Fla.
... present to enjoy the fun nlty," Congratulations Deltas for ,

SAMARITANS. A counterpartto and partake of the delicious .supper 17 years of constructive serviceto I II. I I I" I" I. I' T' .111. . I'
the Biblical story of the Good of barbecued ribs and chick all mankind.
Samaritan can be found in a en were: Mesdames Maude 111.ell. !'@ BI ? 3 e

group who 'brought Christmas Chandler, president; Hazel 1 Sanders .
cheer' to the class of Exceptional) I secretary; Ruth N. Polle, BIRTHDAY GREETINGS: OtIS HOUSE FOR RENT
Children who attended the treasurer; Lennie Fannin, Nao Evans Jr., Eflle McFadgon,
lirownsville Junior High School ml Grant, Victoria Webb, and Hortense J. Robinson, LaRayne
WELLINGTON JOHNSON gave Miss Carethea Bawl Smith, Gwendolyn Clark Jan. 19; Very nice 1-bedroom furnished house $60 month
the Christmas tree. The Y-Teens WILLIE Annotte Abrams, Charles F.
Former Miami socialite '
Alese K. Gill Mlt. You ..could live privately here
Weir, Jan. 20; ,
gave the decorations and they MAE DOZIER who now resides
a'so decorated the tree. The I, in Cleveland Ohio in the tie Llghtsey, Norlene Aranha
Coachman, Jan. 21, Albert Beautiful 1-bedroom furnished
Gladys apartment nicely
following gave gifts: Mrs. Edith : summer and Daytona in the win'
Eastwood, Ben Richard Garden. ter, was in town recently visit P. Dean, Arthur Carrot, $75 month. This is not a projectGoodan's
Jan 22 Ruth McCutchen Gertrude
la Circle: Mrs. C. M. Smith, president ing friends, club members and ; ,
Bush. Florla Gtbbs Jan
; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. relatives During the mad '
22 Lawrence L. Bethel, Patti
Hlttenhou.se gave cards and cake; rush from one assignment to an. Page; Jan 24.Message. Real Estate and Insurance
Irving Liberman gave ice cream.K. other it was my pleasure to run
L. Pharr and the Woman's into the "Mr. Demoalr" himself, 2688 N.W. 62nd Street Phone OX 1.0380tom'

Alliance of the All Souls Unitarian the famous one "Sugar Hill
of ThanksDeacon III! 2 4 4 l iJ IJII
Church are regular sponsorsfor Johnny He was just as sharpas
materials. Albert Cooke decorated ever. In New York City he
J, Carle! Capers wishesto
the room; Mrs. Rutha and the Missus are still: holding
take{his method to thank the
Adams mimeographed the Dade County
pro forth at 555
friends well-
grams and Mrs. Hattie Evans Council of Teachers of Excep. many, many
wishers for their kindnesses iTHURSDAY
and the homemaking class with Mrs. Lucre. many
pre tlonal Children shown him during the two Grand !
pared and served refreshments.The tla Coleman'at the helm ra- lit months of ,his Illness. Opening

witnessed by Liberty City Elementary: on
members program of the administrativestaff Monday, Jan 16. This was their Special l mention must be madeof
regular monthly meeting. Plans the BHW School
donors and friends. Mrs.
Willie, Mae Murray is the teacher were made to take care of local Charles I.. Williams: principal,! JAN. 19, 1961
I programs and problems and to Willie J. Perry, Joseph Clagett
In charge. Mrs. Ida T. Rat-
Channel necessary Information to Mrs. MarJorie Martin, Eddie
cliffe is principal. he office of the executive secretary Bunyan, Mrs. Leola Matthews 5TH STREET

for the annual FSTA Con Reuben Mllley, the New Light ,
GARDENIA CIRCLE, one of vention which will convene here Masonic Lodge No.,504, Bro. Isa-
the top-notch civic organizations March 30, 31, April 1. On handto dore R. Johnson, W. M.; the St
In the community met at the participate In the planning;, John Baptist Church Sunday Bar & Package StoreI
home of Mrs. Bessie K. Turner were Julius Simmons, Wylamerle School Rev. T. Johnson, minis
last Sunday evening. This meet. I G. Marshal]], Emmaline E. Hayes, ter and the entire St. J o h n I
Ing was of great importance to Naomi J. Grant, Mary E. Jack. Church's family l
376 N.W. 5th Street
each member because the long ion, Chrlstabell' Demeritte, Alma
range plans for setting commun. D. DeVaughn Gussie Dobbs, ,." ," ,,,.,,.,." ," ,,,.. ,

4. .ity projects in action and evalu Bertha Sharpe, Louise Thomas COMING '
sting the work done In 1960. and this writer. NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTCatering
Plans were finalized for the ANNUAL .
i'' EASTER TEA, which in LOCAL DELTAS celebrate KWACHA TEA111"I""II"'Ilq"II" to Colored Patronage
the only money raising affair Founder's Day. Delta Sigma
sponsored. At this meeting birth Theta Sorority, Inc., was estab- ,,
' day felecltations were extendedto fished' on the campus of Howard *
club member ADDIE "Stein" University! Jan.13, 1913 and
TAYLOR. The hostess surprisedthe ,was Incorporated as a national
honoree with a huge personalized organization In 1930. FOR RENT FREE REFRESHMENTS

birthday cake. Based on certain high cardinal .

principles and pledged to CHOICE I-BEDROOM *
THE ALGONQUIN CLUB, Inc., Uphold: lofty Ideals 22 women
/one of the oldest organizationsIn founded the organization. Someof CORNER APARTMENTSIn Gifts For The Ladies

the city, is a club which lives them: Margaret Young Alex Finest Building .-
up to Its motto: "To be rather inder, Winona Caglle Alexander
than to seem.,'" This club was the Jacksonville; Ethel Cuff Black ADULTS ONLY BIG PARTY

' first to give a scholarship for a Bertha Pitts Campbell, Zephyr J. 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.
J:. worthwhile students who might Carter, Vashtl T. Murphy who Friday Saturday Sunday
attend the Dade County College died last year in Baltimore and SEE CARETAKER APT. NO. 7

, They are on the alert to help other, whose .names escape me.
those in dire need and distressall
during the year They find Non-reeksare apt to con. ,
'. time to combine forces a* a celve Delta and' other such
\groups to be frivolous and
' singing group and provide evenings recreational
of song for the youth at the in objective and na.
Kendall Home Sunday morning, ture. This is not a true image
Jan. 22, together they will wor Rather it is to be found that
ship at the Church of the Open Delta and other such organizations
Door which Is located at 786 NW are to be regarded as pub.
'61st St. Rev H. C. MeDowell lie service organizations In ac

is the minister. Membersof tion. This is particularly true in .
the club are: Joseph Albury. this group'. basis for The Delta< 4 r '
John Anderson. Luther L. Bibbs, Woman Award based on both
Edward E. Davis: Harold J. kind and degree of achievementand _

lltggs, Samuel Jones, James Mon. on the extent of the public
roe, Benny O'Berry. Robert Interest served for the high-
"Buster" Parks, Cleveland achievement in the greatest pub-
Sampson, J. Hartman Taylor lie Interest.
Hobble W. Wright, Edward The De'ta Chapter Award is i
U o g I e; honorary members; designed to stimulate to higher
Charles A. Hlggs, president: levels of achievement in the public .
Char'es II. Williams: vice; Baldwin interest based, on kind and
Hepburn, secretary Albert degree of service rendered and '
Smith, treasurer; James G. on the significance of the community ,Q In

Collie, critic, Samuel Wright. need filled.
chairman social committee. The principles for which this
organization stands are reflectedIn ._' ;' ''

PEOPLE. DR. WILLIAM J. the work of the women withinits

FAULKNER who was a guiding ranks today.
force in the establishment of the With genuine pride they pointto '
Church of the Open Door, Con. members who occupy front ;
gregational here In Miami will positions on the national and in' 1fW ., '
to the ternational scene such a* Dr.
deliver a stirring message
congregation on Sunday. Your Jeanne L. Noble, national president !

presence Is solicited, He will ; Daisy Bates, Dorothy Q. CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN? 5 5A M
speak again in the evening at 6 Height, Dr. Helen Edmonds, Vel What do they mean -flkV
.o'clock at the Family Vesper Ser. Phillips, Judge Juanita Kldd and
tvice. Do come out to both serTrlces Pbllllppa Schuyler. oTGIND
Mrs Nellie: Mae Barr Here in the local area we hare B They mean that the crispest, driest martini.,, I
''Wilder a teacher at Bethune Mesdames Alice Salmon president
Alma F. Frances under the is made with cleantastingFLEISCHMANN'S .
:Elementary, is Ill. We wish for : Brooks sun
her and Rev Richard DeVeaur 8. Tucker, Irene Straughter; .
who Is also ill, speedy recovery. '. Pauline Dunn, Lennie Fannin GINI! '
Lugusta Col.ton, Jimmie Jones, fmi1 l '

Stopping over In Miami for a Genevieve Roberta Lockhart Delores Harte Misses, Mesdames Marie z FBI j JXQBUI cua MH8ef.raiucaau Liz tmuas air.,'vzi CItY # w
few hour before going to Key
"West was the "Mighty Power" Alice Hawkins, Dorothy

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circus and spectaculars are all part of
MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA I I Circus to Feature trapeze rarities in artists.that they are are Ameri- I|i the two and oneibaJl hour pre.
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1961 Famous Aerialists can-born.the circus Ninety-five performers percent are Euro I Matinees and evening performances
family are scheduled dally, plusa
and have
;;:''I=n= -.i I histories pean-born. of circus backgrounds.The special 10 a.m. Saturday showon
I Jan. 28. Tickets are availableat

The Lines. Rockets and Comets pre' the Miami Beach Auditoriumbox
Between sent precision flying routines In office and all Sears stores.
a pageant of colorful costumesand
-By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP daring maneuvers, timed to Notice
the split second. They are mixed
t troupes, each consisting of one All parents 'of NorthwesternSenior
I I !;. catcher and three flyers. High School students are
However, aerial artistry is Just invited to its annual parent'
Talk of a Civil War Centen part of, the excitement and entertainment teacher Conference Day, on Fri
nial continues. And serious stu which the circus day January 27, .from 11 to 6:30:

dents of history see In such cen presents. ,Clowns, animal acts p.m.
tennial passibilltties, which tea-
llzed, would make of ours a -
stronger nation by reason of reassertions EASY CREDIT OR PAN-AM CHARGETire
of national unity. Ata
time like this, we need a na.
tlonal; unity such as this nation I'I SaleUSED
has not seen except in times of

Communism daily knockIng TIRES
at our doors, and with los
ing .one after another of the yet
uncommunlzed countries, we find Not Iv.ry Sb.ii .
9 5
ourselves sorely beset with possibilities Every Sroud
of national disintegration morrow," it ,means never, so far
With China and Its 650- as the liberation .of its Negro 4 frlZES
000,000 and with Russia and its citizens are concerned. Our once
mighty nation of democratic '
satellites numbering 300,000,000 .I INCLUDED
as over against our not quite promise Is now tottering on its ,

200,000,000, we are confrontedwith pedestal because Southern Con The unchallenged aristocrats. WHITEWALLS SI MORE
the 'problem of survival as gressmen have rued: Congress
of the circus word are the aerialists
we have not been before. and their race prejudice has taken .
the and wo NEEDED NO
precedence of the national young men NO EXCHANGE
men who laugh at the spectre of
When our great know-how .of welfare and security.
yesterday becomes the world's I Injury or death during every
great know how of tomorrow, we A Congress packed with race performance as they exhibit FIRESTONE
prejudice experts cannot cope their skills on the high wire and
can easily see the Jeopardy of TAKE
our nation's uncertain tomorrow. with a world that is beginning to trapeze.
When China and Russia get their see beyond racial boundaries. Butt The Rlngling Brothers and GOODRICH
atom bombs rigged up tomor ; must be admitted that the Barnum and Bailey Circus, whichis YOUR
row, our survival will be in our South's representatives in Congress I bringing the world's premiereof GOODYEARU.S.
moral strength like unto that of have given able leadershipto its 1961 show to the Miami J
Jews, and not in armed might as the prejudiced elements of our Beach Convention Hall Jan. 25- PICKrrrr..rrrr
of today. nation. this 29, can aerial boast talent of the cream of ROYAL

There are great perils ahead They are able and resourcefuland -z(
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for our great nation and the roadof far-sighted and beside them Featured acts with the circus
our survival may lead through the champion of civil rights have this year are Harold Alzana on All SIZES AVAILABLE
great tribulation. This makes it proved heretofore mere push. the high wire; Gala: Shawn and USED
Imperative for our nation to pre overs. Gerard Soules, solo high trapeze : Truck Tires
sent to one threatening world a artists, and the precision
united front. The North, East nor West can flying teams, the Rickets and
boast of Its Harry Flood Byrd Comets.
,If the Civil War Centennialwill type of fleader. Watch the Civil Alzana is one of the most dar .
in any way lend itself ,to War Centennial. Do we have a ing performers, working 40 to
this national strengthening and national farce In the, making? 50 feet above the arena floor
unity It will serve a useful pur. without a net or any protective
pose. But this writer very much NAACP Mourns device as he goes .through 'his flapFor
teams. that the coming centennial routine of dancing, hand stands,
wll be turned into a propaganda Death 'of Dr. BrownNEW rope skipping- and walking up (
scheme designed to glorify] the and down a wire angled: at 45 i I 27th Av,.
Lost Cause and its Confederacy.When YORK The NAACP degrees. .
mourned the death this week of Petite Oalla Shawn and youth. 5-3421
It is generally known Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown, ful Gerard Soules are two solo
that the South is raising and the noted educator.
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spending millions: to propagan. Dr. Brown was founder and -- - -
dize this nation Into accepting"the longtime president of Palmer

South's point of view," we Memorial Institute in Sedalla, The Finest
have a feeling and the fear N. C., and was the first Negro Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
that when fog of Civil War discussions woman to be elected to the na
will have cleared away, tional. board of the YWCA.
nothing will be left but the glorification Calling Dr. Brown "one of the M
of Confederate arms and most articulate epokesmen for BONDED x_ +
the righteousness of the South's Negro 'betterment,' Roy Wilkins, : ,>
Cause. NAACP executive secretary said
"her contributions to the inspiration
The North soon forgets ,that and education of our
this nation's South is "The Ev. youth were immeasurable COLLECTION t
erlasting South" as Dr. Slmkins L
of Longwood college has said In :
a recent publication .
President Eisenhower in ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE
a re
cent deliverance' on the Civil
War Centennial has enunciated AGENCY Inc.
lofty sentiments about the unityof For EveryoneWe I
the nation that was once specialize In aljrn rinks _
threatened by the late Southern with 930 down. Financing arrang ____ N
rebellion' ; which smart Southern
historians 'have had declared nota ed.Altman Insurance Agency The largest collection and renta1' z'4 _'
War of Rebellion but a "War 708 NW 3rd St. FR 1.2421

Between The States." I agency in the South ; operating in

They forget that a rebellion by .
another name is just as { Dade and Broward Counties'
ous. President danger'l ,Beautiful Home on ,

nothing but an Your Lot Negro Housing areas
Abroad" when he attempts to
fathom the depth and Intensity L. U. BROOKS President
of race 'prejudice. I b axi&
He to all Intents and purposes MAINTAINING MORE THAN

fails to grasp the ugly fact that 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN
the Old South's race 'prejudice is ,
far deeper than the Old South's BROWARD COUNTIES
'loyalty to the nation. And If he I*
knows what he ought to know, '
he knows that Old South with m
8 rvlo
Complete Building
Its Negrophobe politicians would "

prefer a thousand times Russian PLANNING
Communism over our vaunted
democracy. | BUILDING v
He should know by this late
hour that the Old South, is still Nw Horn p

fighting: the War of Rebellion ...
against whites of liberal turn of 'No Down : 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
mind and, its Negroes. I ,
President Eisenhower whose Payment MAIN OFFICE
lofty sentiments were recently

voiced In the nation's press Over Twenty Years. of 2050 N.W. 75th ST. ................ PL 8-9827 1019 N.W. 6th ST.

should not going know to participate that the South in any is Construction Exp.rl,nea I 3801 GRAND AVE. ..,......;...... HI 5-1381 Ft. Lauderdale ...N....._... JA 4.1111

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the goes
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ultimate vindication
the of life and that is 888 N.E. 79th St. 1163
way subjugation of Its Miami N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416
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OVER SIR JOHN 1-7959 N.W: 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

World/ Ouerro! B. ARM.RISTERIlf Wilson Rental Agency came on
j' strong to knock Sir ,John out of .. 1 -
FMYMNnknocks I first place of the Excelsior f
League last week; this is the' FRIDAY -,:SATURDAY
Ilf DADE CAGE PREPSTERS of experience. Coach first time that Sir John has \

J r ACTION ___ "'.........- Young :has a the game competition team and that will been uprooted since the organization OVER '
soon offer of the league. HELD '
A peek into will make them outstanding.The ." .
the cages of the team's main stays areRobert'WI League standings are: FIRST MIAMI' SHOWING, f
Uams, center David ., ).
county's five high ; TEAM WON LOST .
t )
I: Dawldns.; guard; Bernard Smith, Wilson 35 13
schools we seethe guard, Ernest Gatewood, !.or. Sir John :34 14 THEataL{F DIHAD; 4
hustle, agility ward,_and, Henry Davis, forward. Fcnderson's 31 17Robert's .(

I :and ability!! .c RAY PATTERSON MIMICS Drugs 28 20 TO CHOOSE BETWEEN HIS :t
for the makings| Our Food 25 23 <
of some very Ray Patterson, 18 year old Liberty Bar 23! 25 FAMILY AND HIS COLOR!
Sheenan Buick 20 28
fine basketball!
brother of World Heavyweight
Amer. Fur. TV 19 29Cectl's ,
players. g Champion, Floyd, is intent on I t tlw v.1.alMI ,
Radio TV 15 33
adding additional fame to the
Hot 13 35
NORTH DADE already famous Patterson fami
ly. Ray Is reaching out to grab -
Coach Anders has his men in .
the Golden Gloves crown Just as Irni.r
high gear taking the Jump on Floyd did on his way to the top }
the rest of the field, winning of the boxing world. I RITZ
their first five games. A cloae up
Golden Glove .
shows So far, his career
of this fast pacing team
is a duplicate to the very THEATRE
forward with an
Leroy Galtor, a
of brother's. He has
point his
average high score of 24 points, NOW SHOWING
won two of his Su'b-Novice encounters
Homer Head, guard, and
ette Moncur, forward, and cap. dropping the third, so "VILLAE OF THE
tain of the team, both average 16 did Floyd. DAMNED"i EIXT
points, holding the team togeth.er Floyd, however, won the New Sanders i t I
are Eric Daln, co-captain, and. York City title and the Eastern George .
forward David Williams. Division Crown as an open con Plus PRESLEY r
tender on his way up; this is
NOHTII'ESrnnNNorthw'estern quite a feat to match; but Ray, "Time Machine"
who shows much of the fighting Rod Taylor
under Coach instinct that Floyd has used to FUMING sxar
William Kenchon is now begin accelerate his climb to fame is -
nlng to congeal into a playing determined to follow the trail _..
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unit and is in high hopes of set by his brother. With point. ,, w R RA ///Slipffl/OOflBES DP/JOT WHK
climbing over their present won and from such ; ; y 'WNSlfiaMHUffll'tjMMltWiyjCllltHDark
era:! coaching a t' IBAflf f I
3 and lost 4 average. Coach Ken great contemporary, Ray is cer BUNCHE"THEATRE .wr --
chon feels his team will be in tainly destined to become a
great form very soon if players PLUS
standout in his pugulistlc en -
like Captain Herman Williams, deavors. ,
playing guard and averaging 24 SUN., MON.., TUES.
points per game and George Co- WHAT DOES AMERICAN
wart, forward, 19 points, con LEAGUE EXPANSION HOLD? Itobert Preston '
tinue to improve. Rodney Bui. Even though the American Dorothy McGuire } ,-
lard, forward; Charles Phillips, League has ,been castigated for "DARK AT THE TOP 1 1ibp
guard and Stanley:) McKenzie, are taking the Jump on the National, OF THE STAIRS"PLUS
a'l gaining confidence in their in the field of expansion; the atThe
positions. I I excitement of a ten-club league Audio Murphy in"Dettry" t
has all but nullified the crlti.
Both features in Color The .
tQulnten: North has the duty,at Whatever the 1961 season pro
BTW and working with a prac duces along its base-paths for Broadway The
tically freshman team has not certain this promises to be one play
found the going too easy. How. of the most exciting and momentous -
ever, fee thinks, he- has a groupof in the history of the game. AItt CONDITIONED ':e.al Stains'great
progressives and in time will iMuch pondered questions suchas sonpow
round out his quintet into con. : How will the new teams mea. CAPITOLTHEATRE to L
tentlon status. Much of the sure up to the league's stand.
team's showing will depend on ards What will their drawing ,
George Williams, guard; Jack power be? How will the expansion SUN., MON., TUES,
Wad;-ey, center and Gus Mar affect other clubs Will JAN 22 23 24
shall. they be stronger or weaker Will
the new teams hurt the over-all Marlon Brando in STARTS SUNDAY
CARVER HIGH attendance of baseball Will the "Wild Ones"
National League, who has been
Alkln Hepburn Is doing the dominant in five of the last sew PLUS
coaching and keeping his team in en World Series, use this period Suddenly Last Summer
striking distance. Their won 3 of American League expansion "Flaming :
and lost 3 record is not indica maneuvers to further solidify Elizabeth Taylor
tive of the goal they have set their own position?
for th3 season. There will be
many more games won It Roger All these queries must wait : PRESLEY
Andrews, forward and Ernest until the wheels of competitionare
Hart, also forward and captain, put into motion; however, I
continue to average 20 and 18 we are certain the high integrity PLUS
points a game, respectively.Much of baseball will be sustained and
is a'so expected from Albert greater enjoyment for many
Daniels, guard; Bennie more will come from our nation. p p,
Davenport, guard, and George al pasttlme. .- '. "It

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1 of The Open Door I I William Harvis of Danla, cele THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
v (Congregational brated his 21st birthday at his .
Rev, H. C.; McDowell pastor Broward home this Saturday.
j E. MoNeal, reporterMr. I
t County Jamaica Sam for't'h'e I

I R dFe'l NewsBy Youth Center I Seminole 'The plan working m'I"

Jamaica Sam is endeavoring to
.l.6 Walter Hcmo help provide recreational activi- I
j .tie for our children. |
I Teenage dance will be givenat ,
Jamaica Sam Youth Playground Deacon William COY-
The CWH Chamber of Com_
6955 NW 15th ave.
merce wilt meet on Monday, Jan.
Saturday from 4:30: to 9,
23 at the Chamber of Commerce The kiddies will have their fun ington of the St. Luke
building. All members are asked ,in the afternoon. A band will o rt' njf
to 'be present. I furnish music. Everybody is
( Baptist highly
vlted. No admission. In-\I\
!The Veterans of Foreign Wars' The playground is sponsoredby
will hold their meeting on Tues. the United Holy Spiritual endorses the Seminole
Yt Y n M 1 day, Jan. 24 at the Chamber of Church of God, Inc. For further
Commerce building. All membersare information call OX 11541. I
asked to be present. Salary plan. "They
i I
The Opa Locka cnapter will Personal Mention I
have charge of the meeting. paid my salary when I

Miss. June Rose Bennett, I
The Star Light Lodge No. 542
Sr., of 314 Amelia St., Key West, needed it most."
will meet Friday, Jan 20 at the
Mason left her home on Jan. 8 for a
I business and vacatlonal col'egeIn !
and Mrs. William J, Faulk. I
Miss Bennett is
ner will be the featured guests of I a 1958 graduate of Douglas
the church on Sunday, Jan 22. rejoice with It In Us new High School in Key West, and
They are in Miami for their an. and spacious properties at 8th has had a year of business in
nual visit! with their daughter, ave., 60th to 61st streets. I Los Ange;es. I f
Mrs. Marie F. Brown, and faml;y.
Dr. Faulkner's name is a household I -
word among Congregationalists -I
throughout the world. He .. I
was a moving' spirit in the organization .
of the local congre
gation and in bringing to Miami I I

its secretary tlngui&hed''present, minister services pastor.of at the After YMCA First'dis WAR or PEACE? BANKRUPTCY or SECURITY? I I

Congregational Church, Atlanta,
and dean of the Chapel at FlsU Announcing the formation of a new party with a plan for minimizing the

ister University of he the is presently CongregationalChurch min threat of war and national bankruptcy thereby paving tho way for peace ,

of Park Manor; Culcaso: : and security in our,. time and for futuro generations.TIlL' .
one'of the truy: great churches: i
of .Chicago. Dr. Fau)kner's Lou
ors and recognition are too NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE PARTY
numerous to list. An Honorary:
Doctorate in Divinity from Chi Solicits Your Membership and your support In order that it may properly

cago indication Theological of real Seminary dLs inctton is an' present Its platform to the public through the medium of television. A plan

Dr. Faukner will preach at I which offers:
the morning worship service at I
11 a.m at which time the Algonquin 1j
Club, with their wives TO THE UNEMPLOYEDFull
will attend in a
and friends
body. lie will also speak at a 6 employment security. Guarantee to the wage earner, out of work
plml Vesper Service, sponsoredby through no fault of the worker, a sum equivalent to the basic pay received
the Couples' Club, Mr. and x last until
Mrs. Ira Dlossom, president, at during' employment period, re-employed.
which time the Dorsey Junior
'High Choral group, under the TO THE AGED .
direction of of William; Johnson,

fellowship will lead "worship hour, with in song"refresh.. A Dignified old age security. Upon voluntary retirement at ago 60. or over,

ments, wild follow the Vesper the senior citizen will receive monthly pension equivalent to former monthly
Service. earnings averaged over last 15 year period. '
The Church of the Open Door .a ,
Its friends and well-
urges many
wishers to attend these services, TO OUR YOUTH '

An assured free education at the college or university of the student's "

choice, in the field of tho student's choice, to all boys or girls who can

qualify and meet college entrance requirements.


The definite reduction and possible elimination of all taxes. "

1753 N.W. 49th St. These are but a few of the benefits you will rocolvo under this plan only a .

$350 Down $79 Month few of the benefits that you will receive and which will give you release from

Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS financial burdens and will grant you security and peace of mind In the future.
with oak floors, Florida \
room. No closing costs. One This plan will allow us to expand and fully develop our national resources

mortgage payment. under a stabilized economy so that we may ultimately realize tho full talents

._- -' -. and abilities of our people for the use and benefit of all our peoplo a strong .

1765 N.W. 50th St. nation, full of happy, contented prosperous, educated and enlightened people,

$300 Down $59 Month Is the best defense against communism.

Very nice 2-bedroom on

large$9,200.lot.This Total must price be seen only Idealistic? YES Practical? YES Possible? YES!

to appreciate. This plan has, been debated and greeted with enthusiasm by leaders In tho
--- political educational and business world. Economists say that It Is a new

Duplex moral and progressive Idea In government.

1766 N.W. 50th St. Because of space requirements it Is Impossible to discuss the details hero. We

Beautiful custom built four are therefore trying to underwrite a program of forum discussion through radio, I

bedroom, 2 bath, tile roof, television and other media to bring to you tho full details and fundamentaltruths
oak floors, large lot. We of this plan for your benefit
arrange all financing.
This type of program Is costly and we need and solicit your help.

Two Houses. One Lot Any contribution you make to tho NJ.P. to help carry on this program will bo qrato,4
and comment and will be welcome.
fully accepted your inquiries
1469 N.W. 51st Terr. ..

Large 4-bedroom with two National Independent Party, a non-profit corporation, organized and chartered .

large Florida rooms Also an under the laws of the State of Florida by 1J.I.I.MlJ1JL, d1/1.oAi '
home for rental. No I I'c
extra .....................................
qualifying, no closing costs. I .
National Independence Party : w
One mortgage payment. 1 Name . .1. 1 . . .1 'Id\
Live rent free. P.O. Box 42-156 i .: "f<' "

Address . . . . . . .

r Miami Florida Registered Voter Yes 0 No 0

PL -8456 283 NW 79th Si
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i a i e== ia aBa Philadelphia, four grand child
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA a ren. The Key West Undertaking
I Co. had charge.

Killens Leaves 15th Ave. B. 'P. andP. Key \Vest America'sSouthernmost CityBy short Rupert illness.Curry Funeral died after services a

I Association Elects were held on Jan. 15 from Trinity
Fiesta ClubClyde Presbyterian Church, Rev. A.
OfficersTwenty I H. Richmond officiated. He
aaa- -2" SSSS3SSS8SSSSSSSSSSS8SSS3 leaves to mourn a devoted mother .
years ago, there were Mrs. Sarah Curry three child
only four major north streets to CELEBRATES Mrs. Smith was a member of ren an aunt Mrs. Nobla Saw
ANNIVERSAYChoir the Key of the Gulf chapter, Order
carry the Liberty area traffic. yer and a host of cousins.
of Eastern Star Household of
Out of the four, 15th ave. was No.1, of Bethel AME No. Curry was a faithful memberof
Ruth and St. Albans Lodge
S ((by-passed on account of bad Church celebrated its 9th anniversary the VFW Post and a honor
15 of the Grand United Order of
had to the'Post.. The"Allen
pavement and motorists Thursday night Jan. 12 guard of
leave the main thoroughfare and at the Community Fool ,. Pallbearers of America, Inc. Funeral Home had charge of ar.
cut in and out of residential rangements.
streets to get to business places. Vfrs. Winifred Sands Johnson, Mrs. Rosa Quaintana Armstring
The residential street began to a prominent teacher at Douglass died in Newport, Rhode Island.
break down because they were High School, delivered an -add. Services were held on Jan. 8,
not designed to carry this fast dress which was enjoyed by all from St. Mary's Star of the Sea Complete Hair-do $3

type of traffic. As quickly as present. Catholic Church, Fr. J. F. Beaver Free TreatmentsFor
.T J. money was made available, city Rev. K. D. White, the pastor, officiating.
crews mended pot holes, rebuilt gave a few encouraging remarksin AppointmentsPhone
shoulders and resurfaced these behalf of the choir. Survivors are her husband

streets, but this was a losing The president, Willie Ward, Isaac, of Newport, three daughters OX 1.1062
batt'e. introduced the members of the Mrs. Ernestine Curry of
After these home owners living choir, after which a repast was Key West; Mrs. Sarah Jordan
in the residential areas served.Rt. and Miss Kathleen: Smith of
: > found the thoroughfare in frontof Newport a sister Mrs. Annie JOIN THE NAACP: !
their homes turned into a Rev.Herbert Dell Shaw Thompson of Key West, two JAdvertise
dangerous speedway, then they Mrs. Shaw and Miss Atkins, the brothers, Sabastaln Quintana of It Pays1HO
S had more headaches with long conference secretary, will pay an New York, Raymond Quintana of
&, parking by motorists going into official visit to Cornish Memorialand
various business places. St. Stephen's AME Zion
Killens, widely known Churches ''beginning Jan. 18. '
and popular manager of the Fiesta Dut now all of this have been
Club, at the, Mary Elizabeth changed by the business men and HA !iprogratu and banquet were U C H Ti.
Hotel, 642 NW 2nd ave, com.p'e1ely women plus the help of the property given in honor of the visiting 'FOR
severed all connectionswith owners to make 15th ave. a party Friday night.
that club, effective Thurs wonderful place and a time saver Bishop Shaw will deliver the
day of this week. to and from various establish sermon at St. Stephen's at 11
ments. a.m. Jan. 22. At 7:30 p.m. a
When asked why he left the Now It is up to property own combined service will be held at By LESTER C. ALBERT
Fiesta, KIKlens said his leaving side streets to put
era on the Cornish with Bishop Shaw, again
was due in to operational a gross misunderstanding procedures their tax dollars to work to make delivering the sermon. "HOW MANX THINGS I CAN DO WITHOUT "

another impossible task come The pastor, Rev. F. A. Hooper,
with which he could not true. This could happen also by extends an invitation to the public This nod to moderation by Socrates is A thoughtful bit of Wis.
agree, under which condl.
tions he could not successfully property tition that owners is being signing circulated.the pe to attend these services. dom which many find usefuL Avidly desiring considerably -

continue as manager of the club. This petition is for the side more than we can conveniently afford is more often
wife of
Knowing Killens as we do, it streets only for this time and is Mrs Ethel Whltohead Whitehead than not 'a frustating situation with no practical solution and,
of 709
it is our guess that he will traveling from 62nd at. to 711t Alfred Whitehead,
it create condition where it even be.
soon be In a similar operation at at., ,apent the holidays more importantly, may a
another popular spot. Klllens Is st.For more information" concern her daughter and son-in- comes difficult for us to enjoy to the fullest what we now

not the type to stand still toe ing this project, ,please contact. law and granddaughter in New have.
must continue ,to do something Rudy's Record and TV Center, Jersey.
the In orderto Extremely difficult la the loss> of a loved one. Ease the burden
and keep on move 6801 NW 15th ave., or phone
remain happy and contented. OX 1-6821 and ask for Rudolph VMrs. Uaurette Saunders of Coconut by reliance on a complete and understanding service such as
Grove, was in the city last
Levarlty. is available at HOUSE OF ALBERT 6043 NW 15th ATe.-
JOHN? mother
SIR iher
WILL IT BE THE In weekend visiting ,
a meeting recently officials Mrs. Beatrice McIntosh, who is The Light That Never Fails/' Phone OX 1-7001.
Many of Killens'! enthusiastic of the Business, Profes
followers, upon learning of his sional and Property Owners As. ill.
leaving the Fiesta, expressed an aoclatlon officers eJected the following 'Mrs. Carrie Manuel, 903
earnest desire to see him givinga : Thomas St., is very ill. Friends
try at .the Sir John Club, NW Rudolph Levarity, president; wish her a speedy recovery.
3rd ave. and 6th at., which Is Mrs. .iMaude Ross, vice president;
reportedly in need of a good Mrs. Ellen Days, secretary; Mrs. DEATHSMrs.
manager. Bertha Sneed, corresponding sec.
retary; Almond Edwards, trea Lauretta Smith, 410 WORTH SEEING i
Klllens will be greatly missed surer; Mrs. Marie Wareham, reporter Julia St., died at her residence ,
from the Fiesta, but will also be ; Leonard Walker, ,parlila- after a long illness. Services
greatly 'welcomed by whateverclub mentarian, Mr. Jakes, chaplain; were held on Jan. 8, from Trinity .
he chooses to serve. Thomas Bannister, business man. Presbyterian Church, Rev C.
Beautiful New 3-bedroom 2 bath
ENJOYS FINE RECORD ager. H. Richmond, officiating. ,
Survivors ,are three daughters,
Probably no other person in L.: Mrs. Harriet Thompson Mrs. Large homes

this community can boast of the COMING Kathleen Sands and Mrs. Minna
fine record which Killens has MIckens of New York; two sons, FHA -' 1 Mortgage Low down payment
established in the Miami area. Eugene Smith and Allen Smithof
Old timers will remember his KWACHA TEA Key West, 14 grandchildren,
once popular Nut Club, which six great grands and one great. DADE COUNTY'S FINESTCOMMUNITY
was a favorite HIt for many great grand.EXPRESSWAY .
persons in the early '30's. In
later years he eraccosefully man. I
aged; and operated such former

we'l known places. : ns the original See model Madison St. Richmond Hts.
Fiesta Club, which was located HOMES house at 14320 ,

In the building now occupied by
Southland Cleaners, NW 2nd Mrs. Zimmerman, CEdar 5-0166 or HI 4.7619

ave. between 6th and 7th streets;

and the NW Greater 2nd finally ave.the Miami and present Elks'11th Fiesta Terr.Club,, Moved To Your Lot A. & W. BUILDERSIN

Club at the Mary Elizabeth Ho
lie founded the original "Night
In Nassau" dance, which he sponsors
annually at the Harlem DISCOUNT FOR CASH
Square Club, and developed it to
a point where it has become a
must on the Miami sociafl and .
entertainment scene.

In addition to all of these, CBS CONSTRUCTION
Kiilens had spearheaded a number HARDWOOD FLOORS LINCOLN ESTATESWRY
of outstanding civic and
community projects, all of which JALOUSIE WINDOWS
proved to be of great benefit to
Miami and other o

Killens Yes -there's a name only that one Clyde rings 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes

loud in the ears of many people RENT ?
and a man who will long be re
membered and admired by


Auditions Set For '. As Low as $350 Down, $250 and $175

Kathy Belle Dance Price Range From $9,300 .

+ Scholarship at FAC Office: 634 N.W. 119th Street

f" w .'.
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,! set up in loving memory of the Phone $6 .OO per:, month pay everything

late 3-year-old Kathv Belle who 1 *.. .,..
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6cholarship.Anyone .
I Interested in trying 10835 S.W. 221st Street Goulds
out for the scholarship may call
Mrs. Nyberg (MO 6-2608)) and Expressway Homes Inc.

arrange director, an Mrs.audition Greenfield.to meet Auditions the ,DeCarlo Homes, Inc. HI 4-4681
,1 will be held on Saturday, I '..../ :
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of a little-known biit rap. the. blame for the movement lies
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In the state The Society Is knownall
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the foremost organization City area, whom they felt wouldbe dolyn Calloway, reporter; Wil
Tho Honor Society Is composed truly appreciative of a helmenla Caldwell, chaplain. 'Mother, Children-All Under One Premium
of any student who has at thorough clean up job. The Society The Honor Society Is under the
tended Northwestern for one se chose a widowed mother of sponsorship of Mrs. Ellen V. New-borns Automatically Insured at Birth
mester and has exhibited good eight children to be the recipientof Wooten end D. Alfred Stewart; AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
character, leadership ability, ser their services. Eight membersof Samuel Cohen, principal
vice, and has ,maintained a 3.5 the organization furnished Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
average or better. All studentsat their own cleaning"materials.The Attention All Veta From
Northwestern, realizing the. big cleaning job got under
honor and prestige that belonging way; first the porch, then the The American Legion, Wil
to the society can ,bring, kitchen, the living room, the liam Henry Bethel Post No. 281 :$2,000.00 fo $50,000.00The
strive unceasingly to so conduct bedrooms and finally the lawn. is urging all veterans to join .us
and apply themselves as to prove The house began to shine like a In Richmond Heights and let's
eligible: for Society membership new mansion. After the work make this a strong community. Company Also Offer Other Attractive And

? For the past five years, this was done the Society felt a deep We are still' working and having Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
group has accomplished the following satisfaction for having rendered our Saturday night affairs either
goals: their time and effort in serviceto In the Center or at the home ofa

1. Yearly cash scholarship of _another.. Legionnaire. Also we are ask 0
$50 The gala -Honor society Bail ing each and everyone to come
2. Thanksgiving baskets. Further exhibits the Society's out to our tournament which Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
3. Christmas toys' for tots. Idea that "All work and no play will be each Friiay night at 8:00:
4. 14k. gold pins for gradua. makes Jack a dull boy." With at the home of Joseph Steward, 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
ting members of the Society. this In mind, on December 21 post commander, 14(60 FllmoreSt .
5. Valentine greetings for the traditional Honor Society
uUiassmates and teachers. Ball was held. It was proclaimedto OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
the be the most fabulous For further Information con
Work In enjoyable
6. day program
community. / ball of the school year. tact Joseph Stewart Edward 176 N.W. 14th St. WEST PALM BEACH
Hanna Jr., or Murray James 'Jr..
?. UN campaign assistants.At The officers of this outstand- chairman of publicity. "INDFDon't MIAMI 602 N. Rosemary Ave.
the, beginning of the I960- Ing organizations are as follows:
61 school dear the Honor Socle- Regina Jolllvette, president FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
ty added \a' new project ,to Its Paulette Jones, vice; Paulette 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth StTHEY -
agenda 'a' clean campaign for Hopkins[ secretary; Sandra Fret >ristbtt! i

tired motherslHera, the group Sands, assistant secretary; Her. .
selected a family in the Liberty man Williams, treasurer; Owen Join The NAACP I . .. ,', .

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o Day Triumph Celebration Founders' I R CORINTH v. W. T. Thomas BAPTIST pastor I

ome i iT. 1450: N.W. 59th St.

u' January 20 Sunday School...................... 0:30:
M .rnlng worship ............. 11:00 .
Triumph The Church and Evening worship .................. T30 ':
Kingdom/ of God in Christ will Auk Lee Marshall, reporter q

.. celebrate: its founder's day Jan.
20 universally.. All the churches
ZION A. M. E. MT. AARON BAPTIST BAHA'I ASSEMBLYJack throughout the universe will observe Mt. Pleasant Methodist

nd Ave., Corner 192nd St. MO N.W. Itt this day. 2010 Lincoln Ave.
Opa Lockav. Rev Are. McCants of Bradenton a Services for Dade County and Opa Lcka, Fla.
C. J. Jenkins, pastoray Dea. W. Scott, pastor Daha'l teacher who was a Methodist surrounding points will be held Sunday School: ................... 10:00
Earl Golden, clerk minister for 8 will at the Triumph Church, locatedat Morning worship ............. 11:00:
School .................... 930 Sunday School years
ning Worship ........:......_. 11:00 Morning Worship........_/.w.._._...._11:01 9ddt I apeak 23rd at the Roney Plaza Hotel. the corner of 68th terrace and Evening worship ................. 7:30

nie .......................-....._.. SlOflinlng BTU -?;........_._._.. 5:01: p.m. Jan.street 21.and Collins ave., 3 20th ave. this
Worship ................ 7:00 Evening Worship .... ._..... ,:to'' /great On church January was 20,revealed 1902, to NEW HOPE BAPTIST \

[he first quarterly conference Praper meeting ,Tuesday... 8:00 degree Mr. MoCants received his B. S. Father Silas Dempsey Smith and Rev. James E. Brown pesterBro.

he'd Friday night Jan. 6 at at Ethan F. Austin State on January 20, 1904, its doors Vsndell Dove '
Zion AME Church in Opa TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince Colege: in Texas, and took 3 were opened to the work, Sunday School ..... fcM

:ka. Quite a number of memos C. Mobley, pastor Methodist years graduate training for the I Its object and -purposes is the Morning Worship ..-_.N..1N.._ 111 .-

[ were out to welcome our Sis. C. McKinney, reporter Methodist ministry at Southern deepening of the spiritual life Evening Worship ............... ,:tt
?siding Elder James A. Rob. School University, where he Its members so that all
of among
Wisdom . I.
[s for this conference year. Y. P. E. Band 10:Oft Also played football. He spent a members shall attend the highest -
he missionaries also ,celebrat- Evening worship. 6S9 year in graduate work in historyat state of Christian experiencein MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. f
their 12 days ''passover after 1:00 Florida State University. At this life as true worshippersof
services. Each one bought a January 1.31Is present his work is in the field God. E. P. Brown, pastor
vered dish and they exohangedfts. month for the saints.consecration of general and remedial readingat Sunday School................. 9:45:
There is Walke Junior acknowledged Morning worship ............ 11:00
A nice time was had iby all. also services at the church High School Jn .Its government were :
night during the each Bradenton. by our Lord Jesus Christas Evening worship ......_.._ 1:20 .
Elder Roberts
[On Sunday consecration
head and
eached morning and night and We are anticipating many blessings Mr. McCants whose appear. the supreme of Triumph The-
) was at his best. Everyone en at the end of the meeting governor
There ance Is under the sponsorship of Church and Kingdom of God In
[.red him.RACE. la teaching nightly. the Baha'is of Greater Miami, Christ. It was confirmed with SEE THE SOUTH'S '
January 24 thru 26th the state will discuss "The Greatest Help 225 members of its over coming
; PRESBYTERIAN Mother of Florida's Triumph For Universal Peace." LEADING COLORED
Everyoneis body In the 15th year of its millennial :
Church will conduct her meeting cordially invited to attend. international
reign at an PSYCHIC READER
6895 N.W. 14th
Ave. at the !
Opa Lock church. MotherM.
Admission is free. called by God
religious congress
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor A. Hankins Is a wonderful the Father during the world's
unday School 9:30Corning woman in the- Lord and a very
ST. MARY'S C. W. M. greatest confusion.
11:00 Inspiring speaker. Come out and The general public Is invit
r'nuth FH'owship . 8:0vpnlne : hear her. Rev. E. A. Culmer pastor ed to come out (and help us ma'ce'
Service . . 7:00 Each Saturday night there Mra. S. Dawkins reporter this our greatest celebration.
Ved Night Study . .'. 8:16 wil' be a singing program at the Sunday School . . 9:45: Order of services: '
church for the public. The many Morning worship . 11:00: Morning service 11:00
As members of the body of groups of the city will render I Evening worship .* . 7:30 We will have glorious feast,
[Christ the Church we as Christ. music. There is no admission Sunday School was opened at a parade at 4:30: and evening
mans must reflect on how wellwe '
service at 5:30. A spicy
: program
( are functioning.Do .
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. will be rendered at 8 p.m. and
we see the 'beauty of God's afterwards we' will exchange
I world as well as man's need for : O. W. Foster pastor J. W. Stephens, pastor gifts. Let her years of experience guide
compassion? Do we speak the Rachel B. Pratt, reporter M. T. Copeland, reporter The Founder's Day message/ and protect you throughout life
truths that beautify a Christian's Sunday School . . 9:30 Sunday School ................ .... 9:49RTU : will be delivered by Prince II. as a lighthouse guide the ships Ir
life Do we hear the echoes of Morning Worship . 11:00: ...................................-... 5:30: William, pastor of No. 1 Tri a storm. For success In buelnete
Christ's written words that give BTU . . . . 6:80 Morning Service ...... ........ 11:00: umph Church, Prince D. Williams and love.
Evening Worship . . 7:00
? Do of
grace to our speech our pastor Triumph No.2. -CONSULT HER-
hands provide service to human "0 give thanks unto the Lord FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET

needs? Do our feet hasten to for He is good; for His mercy Rev W. E. Sims, pastor NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
those who request our help? Do endureth forever" 81s. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.

our minds think lofty thoughts, You are cordially invited to Sunday School ................. 9:30 Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Office Hours
and our hearts beat to serve the attend a musical Horning worship ............. 11:00 Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter :
program and Sunday School.....................9:30:
Lord Jesus more fully fashion show sponsored by the Evening service .................. 7:00 I YPE Band 6:30: 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
check Junior Usher Board on Wednes DTU ... . . . .'. 5:30 I Thurs. 9 to
Christians let's how we Morning Service ...... 11:00: a.m.
day night Januarv ..
25 at 8 .
are functioning. As members of Evening Services 7:30 7 p.m.
Christ's body the church we are They are asking for the coopera MT. CALVARY BAPTIST BTU .. 6:30
representing a noble and glorious tion of all members and friends BTU 5:30: Sunday:
life Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor 10 a.m. 3 p.m.
The Deaconess Board invites Phyllis Myers, reporter We are still thanking God for

you to attend a musical programon Sunday School . . 9:30: lib many blessings. Let us con. DAILY
MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. Sundav afternoon at 3 p.m. Horning Service . . 11:00: tinue in prayer for one another
S. A. There will be singing groups of and for those who are sick and READING
Mrs. J. S. Walker Thomas, reporter pastor Antioch and other groups part! Sunday morning Rev. Stephen grieved over the lost of loved $ .00 UP
clpating on the So delivered the message. His mes. :
Sunday School . . 9:30: program. ones.
plans to be present to enjoy this sage was very inspiring and en- 23 Years Experience
Morning worship . 11:00: special program.We ##...#.." #,###" ,,,,#..,
niU . . . . 6:00: shall be Sunday afternoon at 5:30: we
happy to have MADAMHUNTER
Evening worship . . 7:00 attend our worship services you and joyed by all present. MONROE MUSIC HOUSE

The Women's Missionary So- other activities at all times. had our BTU with Bro Smith in And Church Furniture

el"ty. rendered a very informative charge. Supply 1657 NW. 73rd ST.
and educational program MT. HERMON A. M. E. Sunday night the pastor rendered 820 N.W. 3rd Avenue MIAMI, FLA.
here on Tuesday night January Rev. a wonderful sermon. Phone FR 4.4391
S. L.
17, Gay pastor Next Sunday morning Rev. Everything in gospel music Don't Write-Csll In Person
Sunday School . . 9:30 Easter music
The public now
One of the. Included Flnlayaon will preach.
phase program Morning
Worship . 11:00 New A, M. E. Disciplines
a pane' discussion. The Tvenlng Worship . . 7:00 is invited. 1961 Commentaries
topic was "Developing Christian Publicity Committee We were happy to see our pas Advertise '
Lltp' in Church and I Pay1
The Home Sunday He is doing '" 1,1",11," '''" ,,,,.
School." Members of the panel We are looking: forward to a tor Deacon .
wen now and we are glad.
were as follows wonderful day, Sunday when
: will we Dealln i U still sick In the

Mrs. Effle Brown of St. James baby terminate contest. There our third la an annual atmos' hospital. We are praying for him NOW YOU CAN BUY6months'
AME Church discussed "Develop. to have as peedy recovery.
phere of expectancy around Mt. auto liability insuranceFor
ing Christian Life in The Home. Herrnon aa to what baby will be
Mrs. Franklin Clark of St. 'the winner. The pastor has also TEMPLE BAPTIST only $16.60 Down At
John Baptist Church discussed I stated that day as special guests

"Developing Christian Life in day. Letters have been sent to Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor SERVICE fiRST INSURANCE AGENCY
The Church." Mrs. E. B, Thomas many of the churches and well Sunday School iinft.
of St. John Baptist Church discussed wishers to come to a special Morning worship 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. NE 5-6355
"Developing Christian program that has been preparedfor BTU oiiv
Life in The School"" their entertainment. One of Evening! worship 7:00 And 16300 N.W. 27th Ave. NA 46612IF

A topic of this type should be the features on that program Annual New Year's Din' YOU CAN QUALIFYNo
discussed more frequently so alto to be held at 3 p.m., will be the The ,Missionary Society,
keep our Christian Society North Dade High School chorus ner by the the church this evening appointent necessary
abreast with the needs we must under the direction of Prof will be at beginning at 6:00. Both office open Mon thru Sat. 0 sun. to 0 p.m.
meet Charles James. There will also Friday
dally in order to nurtureour $1.00.
Christian Life and Fellow be many other outstanding features Donation

ship.This I on the program. The Educational Committee of
discussion was truly a The coordinating committee the Order of Love and Charity I -- .
great asset to those who attend composed of Fannie Fleflds, Ethel will sponsor its annual oratori
ed. Dames, Emmer Rlghby and Eu. cal contest Sunday 3:30 p.m. at BARKLtrS CUT-RATE 'STORE
nice Olouch has gone all out to Temple. The public Is invited.

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST make this the biggest and most '
unique ever held at the church, The Junior choir will serve The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
1571 N. W. 68th Terrace we hope to see you soon in our during the evening. You are invited .
Rv. Ernest Williams, pastor services! to help us to pray for to spend the day at Temple. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4231'6The

Fred Williams reporter the /welfare of all.WALKER .
Snnday School . . 9:19Mornlnr : EBENEZER METHODISTRev. finest products at Cut Rate Price

worship . 11:01 TEMPLE
Evening Service . . 7:00 Aaron D. Hall. WINTER MEDICINES
of God in Christ) E. Ingram, reporter
The music on Sunday will be (Church lUG N.W. nth Terr. Sunday School ...-.__ 830: I Lydia I'lnkham'0 1.00 1.00 883 Tonic ".......... 2.35 A 1,40Scott's

rendered by the Junior Choir. Minister S. McIntyre' reporter Morning, worship __ 11:0. Kmulnlon 1.70 08c Dr. Pierces Favorite
The Ministers' and Deacons' Elder J. J. James, putDrSund.ar Evening worship _.._ 7:00 Super Anahlftt 2.00 A 1.00 Proscription 1.00 1.10
Anahist Nasal .New
Super 7 1.30
Union meeting will convene in School .. .... ... 10:01 Kyrone plus
West Palm from Jan. 27 .N. TRINITY C. M. E. Spray .................................. uSe Father John'
Beach Noon Service .. ........_ 11:01
Super Anahlst Medicine .. .... 1.80 A
.. 70e
thru 29 at the Mt. Zion Baptist TPWW ................. ISO ..
Church with ROT. 2014 N.W. 5th Court Tablet ..(_......._ uSe A OOo Swamp Root ?.?_ 1.80 ft 70e
of that city, Evening Service _. .... 1:00
Johnson as the host pastor. Bro. W. V. Geary, minister OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
School O:3U:
Church -- --
Fred II
Williams will be JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
.... 11:00
as Morning worship .NN.
deacon in the 11 o'clock ser
vice. JOIN Evealn worship _. 7;

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THE MIAMI T1M.ES MIAMI, FLORIDA two cousins Mesdames Moses
Clemons and Pearl Harris. Arrangements
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1961 are incomplete. f

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Francis .

CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Elnora Tolliver,of 1938A

NW 4th court was DOA at Jack.
family of the late, DEA THS son Memorial Hospital on 'Jan.

MR. GLOVER DROWN 17. Arrangements are incomplete.

of 1309 NW 62nd St., wishes to Survivors are a 'son,. three sisters

thank the neighbor and friendsfor ,.. ,,. .....1'.. three ,brothers, "grandson.
their kindness and visitation .
Range -
during his Illness and death, Marie Renee William of 712

December 17. A special thanks Branham SW 9th ave., Homestead, died
'Peter 'J. of 1942 NW
A. D. Hall, pastor and Kendall Hospital. ,
to Rev. Jan 11 at r -
3rd court 13 died
apt. January
members of IJbenezer Methodist Graveside services were held
14 at his residence. Mr. Bran- FOR BALE OR RENT
Church, also to the Allen Funeral Jan 18 Survivors are her pa- I IF YOU ARE HOSPITALIZED
ham came to Miami from Brooks HOME AND INCOME. CBS du-
Home County, Ga., and lived in Miami rents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur William CAN YOU PAY YOUR, DILLS? plex. Hardwood floors, awning,
Mrs. Viola mown, wife and several sisters and
for a number of years. Ho Ls survlved" awning windows, pump and
Ruby Drown, slster.in-law brothers. I Call or come for informationon and fenced.in.
by )bla wife, Mrs. Mary E : I sprinkler system
Mable Drown, Lorena and Branham, and three daughters how you can personally receive One side, 3-bedroom apt. Other

Lorena and Lestlna Black, Friends cabs at the funeral Little Juanita Patricia Brooks $100 per week compensa side 1-bedroom. 1460 NW 63st
nieces may daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chal- tlon for only $4.00 per month. St. PL 1.1845.
Nathaniel Dlack, nephew home until 7:30 p.m. tonight. INSURANCE' AGENCY
conductedin mus Brooks, of 1630 NW 1st Ct. ALTMAN
,Final rites will be
died January 13 in Mt. Sinai 768 N.W. 3rd Street

Thomasville, Ga. Hospital Services were held on FR .1-2421. 4 FOR SALE
,Mrs. Sarah Mllbryl; a residentof Jan. 16, 2:30 p.m. at the chapel .. 1 M I FOR THAT DREAM HOME or
with Rev. Thedford Johnson officiating FINE ARTS CONSERVATORYWishes that Florida room, extra bed-
memory of our dear mother, Miami for the past 22 years,
grandmother and sister, the late died Jan. 18 in Jackson Hospital.She 1961 filled room or bath. Remodeling of
,MRS. DSTELLA FARRINQTON was a member of First Dap. Poole died you a Happy and anykind, call Holmes, NE 4-6726
Baby Boy Jan. with Melody, Harmony
for all your buildingneeds, all
who slipped away silently into tlst Church of Brownsville, Rev.
lOla' Jackson Hospital. Services Rhythm. Registration Saturday
tho Upper Room, January 19, E. P. Brown, pastor. Services aldltlons cr remodeling: can be
were held Jan. 18. He is .survived 10 a.m. Carver YMCA. dine with no' money down, to
1959. will be held Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. In ,by' his parent. up
of 5 years to pay. Licensed and injured
Her kind words and deeds of First Baptist Church and
Learn to play, dance, .
comfort and Joy linger on in Brownsville She is survived by paint at the Fine Arts Conservatory indf

our memories.The daughters, Mesdames Theattes NOTICEThe Call MO
Family Thelma Mllbry and Carver YMCA. ALFRED ARNETT, owner of six

Montgomery Dozorah Adderley, four sons, Ushers Union Associationwill 62608. lots in Carver Ranches would
Theophulls and meet at Mt. ZIon Baptist ) like to sell same lots. Anyone

IN MEMORIAMIn Willie Rubin, Adderley Hudson,, three sisters Church on,Jan. 22, at 3 p.m. The TEACHER WANTED wishing to buy a nice lot In that

Friends program will be between Mt. | area,write to Mr. Alfred Arnett
and two brothers. may v Trained and in
of ,Junior Senior usher experienced 237 W. 127th
memory my darling funeral home beginning Zion and St., Apt. 14-A.
at the
call One who
primary grades. knows
mother, 27. boards. The president is asking New 'York, N.Y. J21
at 1 p.m. Jan. members to iplease be out and methods and believes In real

Dale of 1871 NW on time. teaching. Call for appointmentfor ONE THREl;-BEDIl00bf. Oak
William interview If qualified. Mrs.
David Hudson, president floors, carporte home .
62nd st. died Jan. 17 at Lan. on Fillmore
Jackson NE 4.4308, NE 33679.
Dorothy Major in
reporter Richmond Heights.
tana Hospital. Mr. Davis was a indf
native of Eatonville. Ga. He Is Call CE 5-4246 Ora D. Taylor

survived by a son, Randolf and I yNE l"E Realty.
C 'f<
I 1tt4 JAME
CBS home. Stove and refrigera

To Thank You V tor. Recently remodeled. Can
have choice color
your outside
DIE 1.2.61 nished room, 1574 NW 58th St. '
l.r and others. A real bargain. Call
e OX 1-5820, S. A. (:herty Indl
The families of the late Mr. CE 5-4246 for information.A .

William Drown wish to take this ONE BEDROOM
frame building
method to thank each individualor at 3-BEDDROOM HOUSE. CBS
2480 NW 66th St. NE
group of persons for the 3.3198 or OX 16851. Well kept with fence and awn.
thoughtfulness In the many ways ings. Equity only $1,800. You

you reaponedd to Brother Drown STORE. 1553 NW 62nd St. NE begin where the owner left off.

during his Illness and death.A 3.3198 or OX 1.5851. $61 per month. Call CE 5-4246,
errs 'i
special note of thanks must TWO BEDROOM Homes. CBS.
be given to first of all the Para. STORES. One at 1215 NW 3rd in Perrine, yards fenced in Call
villa Convalescent Home under Ave. and one at 1217 NW 3rd
I1\ v and make an offer, CE 5.4246.
; g. the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Ave. Call FR 4.8398 or OX
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Ernest Anderson, where Brother 1.6851. NEW DUPLEX in Perrine. Rea.

Rh Drown spent the last nine sonabe: terms. A real buy for in.

c -- ..........-.----- months of hU life, the Young LARGE a.bedroom apt. in small come
property. Call CE 54246.
Matrons Auxiliary of the St. building. Cheap rates, in Ira

MRS. JULIA E. MYERS / John Baptist Church then at Locka. Call NE 4.0500 or OX CHOICE LOTS. One

who departed this life January the end of illfe's way, to the _. 1-5453. indf.. in Richmond Heights and whole Perrine acre
20, 1942.
Range Funeral Home the St.

Gone, but not forgotten John Baptist Church family, the prr cr1 BEDROOM HOUSE. Like new. ONE NEW CBS home
It mar seem like the end, and Colemans and friends of the ny month. 2220 NW 61st St. with car-
your heart Is lad to see one you Coleman Service Station for ( "W1Io'.betn in, my liquor J28 porte, oak floors, built.in stove
love depar. and oven, bath and half spacious

Yet it's not the end, it is but a flowers spray, the Mrs.Independent Lillian Life Albury In, If jou're" asking about the Bla bedroom apt.' with solar living and dining: area, only
tram of folks hightailing It to $13,845 cost $600 down, $105
change, surance C. (Mr. B. M. Worn), lam. $100 per month. Also one
the logical Assumption per month. All of these beautl
our place,
A beginning, a new start; flower the St. John Baptist bedroom house $16.50 week 2260
Is that they're heading for a date ful homes for choice. Con.
A brief transition NW 62nd your
to better Church, Rev, T. Johnson, minister St. MU 15740. J28
things from with the flm t food Imaginable.'BARMAR suit your confidential broker,
care Lowers, and the many
Ora D.
Taylor Realty, 14601
and strifeIt LARGE STORE with
friends for cards, telegrams and : apt. $120 Linco'n Blvd.
is but the opening of a doorto other expressions of sympathy per month. 2260 NW 62nd St., CE Richmond Height
radiant, eternal life. v MU 1-5740. J28 5-4246, Randa'l Homes

Christine N. Lewis daughter Again we, the members of the
family express our heartfelt 2-DEDROOMS furnished Homes NOW TAKING Applications on

thanks to all for all kindnesses.The BR fA X f R S't L l/A'CN O/A'A'FR near Orand.'Vay. Reasonable. Harmar extra large lots and

IN MEMORIAMIn Brown and 1270 NW 55th St.UNFURNISJIF.J specially built homes on Fillmore -
Capers Families and also Lincoln Boule
6046NM111 AYE, vard. Richmond Heights and
loving memory\ of our dear\ > bedroom house
eon, father, and brother. IN MEMORIAM MIIAMI, f IORIAk, un NW 60th St. $65 'monthly Coral Reef Drive. Will build.
Bring if like. Ora
only. Phone owner FR 1.0221. your plan you
D. Taylor: agent exclusive. Call
In loving memory of my hus FURNISHED CE 5-4236 or come to Split
ROOMS. 1444 NW
I band. 71st St. Call after 5 p.m. OX Level! Model on Flllmore and
1tR 1.6073. F4 Coral Reef Drive Sunday after

noons from 2 until 6 p.m.

; \ ra Inc. APARTMENT. Opa Locka. Tri
plex. Large two bedroom apt.,
unfurnished MU 1.1079, 1950 "roup. Bahama Islands with
t Washington St.2BCDROOM beautiful beaches/ fresh water

Lt't Look at these Home and' good harbour. For Informa

CBS house. Tile tion call J. N. Gordon at 3165 or

,bath* write P. 0 Box 214, Nassau, Ba
r.. Open Sun. 2 to 6 p.m. and kitchen $18 per week, '
2272 NW 68th St. NE 4-3769. hamas.

FURNISHED One-bedroom- 3-BEDROOM furnished houee.
? 1260 N.W. 55th St. apt. 3064
Modern Adut.: MU 1-035, 729 5500. Terms arranged.
NW 55th Terrace. NW 64th St.

Luxury home. 3 bedroom .

2 bath, Florida room oak FURNISHED room One blockto IN MEMORIAMIn

floor, tile roof, built-in oven all buses and jitney. NW 55th sad but loving memory of
St. Privileges.' NB 4-6310 after .
and ranle.Harma.r I C p.m. All day Sunday our dear, wife, mother and grandmother

: hot water. $7.60 and up weekly. who passed away January 20.( .
to a room I5'BO a C h. Call
TAYLOR JR. Nt .81U.. 1960. May she rest In peace.
who departed this life January Li Richmond Heights -- Jerry Williams, husband

,\ 21, 1959, -I Model Mary Woodsid, daughter
The...'* an open gate at the end PUUNlSIIttD weekly l rooms $8.50 Eugene Sharlta Nathan
4 of the road DENNIS N. DANIELS J tln&U. $10 double, Mat's Quest and Edward grandchildren

-t- Through which each must ro I who passed from labor to reward Custom built split level Low House, 1170 Washington An.,

atone I January 13. 1955.. down payment, Low month Opa Locks. PVM | Home For Sale
And there In a tight we cannot "Tb re. la a peace that cometh! ly payment Fit for --- --
after a king, \ HAVW SOMW choice Ubed roof-
sorrow 2-bedVoom CBS
: ee Like ,
paying rent. Corner 1'00"apt.... now available. These
Our father clalnvs his own. Of. hope surrendered not of hope
.. I. Sadly missed by mother Mrs. fulfilled. Coral Reef Dr. and Fillmore and are :located at 54 NW S3u4 St. hardwood floor, tile bath..

Juanlta Taylor and tamtlyAdvertise A pace' that look th not upon 1945 NW filth St FR I
1 9-3679 Like
.v. Low down
:.. tomorrowBut jt.Ora I I new pa7I

calmly on a tempest that is D. Taylor CE 5-4240 11OME Phone-
l'I1 ment. Many extra.
stilled.IMabl ..- ( has a room torrent

It Pay! I. Daaltl OX. '1.1.62aa 1176 NW TJr4 St. Phone MU 8-2549 or OX 10624.,

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MOTELS .i\.."," \!'/J.?"\. P Rrt;r" 'ME NT

42 0 If N. W. 27th Ave .'

New New Personnel New Service .
Policy --- ---

And Soon -- A Brand New NameThe

motel and the apartments will be' 'POPULAR RATES AND

completely remodeled, renovated, refurnished
The new owners announced 'that popular
and will soon reopen under new
rates, efficient service, a warm welcome,
management, with a new policy to better and friendly atmosphere will prevailserve

the Miami area. at all times.


Beginning this week, the new owner are sponsoring a Tho contest closes at midnite on February 4, 1961. And?'the
special contest to select a new name for the motel and 'apart. winner will be announced on February 11.

ments. A prize of $50 in cash.will be awarded to the person. ....___.___....
submitting the name which is adopted by the owners.
'Fill in and clip this form, and mail to: Name Contest

The contest is open to everyone except employees of Mar-, ,. care of The Miami Times, 1112 N.W 3rd
Icel: Industries the Miami Timer, the Bonded Collection Agency Ave., Miami 36,
'ij ...... .... ..........
and)members of their families. It is very simple .....-........................................-......,............................................-
Simply write the name you suggest on the contest form To select a new name for the
shown on the lower right corner of this ad, and your name and BOOKER TERRACE MOTEL AND APARTMENTS
address and telephone number, clip the form and mail to: S I suggest the name ::
NAME CONTEST, care of the Miami Times, 1112 NW Third ':
Avenue, Miami 36, Florida. I'F : ., .
or the Motel and Apartments

and the : \, /,' ,.. ,,
All entries become the 'property of the owners ;"A ; '
Name' ..nna..n..J.,........nu..nmaa.u..nnn..au.n.u1*
decision of the judges is final. In case two or more persons sub- :.w ,*' *" .

mil the winning name, the entry bearing the earliest post mark Address ,...............*..\.v..>.....................'...... Phone ...'...................
will receive the prize-$50 in cash. -................., TT'......................................_.............__

The Names of the New Owners and the Manager will

be Announced at' ,the Close of the ContestATUIIDAY

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Lucas, 2571 NW 153rd St., Opa
MIAMI FLORIDA Civic ClubThe Dinner Sale For "
THE MIAMI TIMES Sphinx Locka, Saturday, January 28,

TransfigurationChurch Dinners, candwiches, conch frit.
t Sphinx-Club held its an
j PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1961 nual Christmas dinner party at tars and sodas will be on sale.

i the home of A. V Brooks on the Please come out and help y o' ur
28th of December. Gifts were A big dinner sale will be held friends. Thanks. Harry Nabblev
exchanged members and at the home of Mr. and Jlmmle
EVANS ON among
I guests. ...
The school will .present "The
Negro in America" a pageant, FAMU RIFLETEAM The members were happy to J PILES PROSTATE
Friday January 27, 8 p.m. tt nave Rev. Arthur J. Hughes, one RUPTURE s

Dorsey Junior High School of the charter members from Roctal Dueases, Varicose Veins
Th's pageant will be presented Jacksonville and many other vis. 9 *

by the faculty and pupils, depicting itlng guests, present at the par Effective,, painless, non-surgical office treatments at low cost-
Tallahassee' Each year the ty. Everyone left praising the \
: the progress of the NegroIn FloridaA no loss time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzatlon. Why
ROTC department at I
America from the beginning of club for a most Joyous evening.The
and M University support a I wear truss Why suffer, delay and get woreef
slavery In 1619 to the present
club's project is soli
varsity rifle team. This team consists '
time.It of 10 cadets whose classifi citing for the March' of Dimes': 0 CONSULTATION' FREE 4
Is a culminating activity of cations range from freshmen to A. W. Brooks presidentJ. Special medication, treatments, diets. for arthritis, neuritis, ulcere
Social Studies Practlcum undnr -
the direction of Dr. Walton 8pnlor. These cadets are chosenon Fortson, reporter 1 ,blood pressure, sinus, anemia' lot vigor, chronic dlese
the basis of their ability to of men' and women.
Manning: professor of educationat I
fire small bore ,
the University of Miami. weapons accuruately. Junior College Dean DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General ***,** *""Y'Ct:
Donation: Reserved seats $1.,

adults 50 cents, children: 25c. Although, popularity and bright Attends State MeetDavid 1645 8.W. 1st St., FR 8-1741 REDUCING I II I

tights are not received :by members
J. W. JOHNSOr ELEM.Our of the rife team, they per.
form diligently for the University H. Dobbs administrative
principal MIE.. O. Primus in spreading prestige abroad. dean of Dade County Junior
gave an Inspiring message I, FAMU's rifle team compete College: Northwestern Center
during our assembly and wished and a member' of the Florida
throughout the with such
the Johnson family a Happv I schools as Tuskegee year Institute Council of Institutions for high ABC Mortgage Co.
New Year. We renewed our effort Southern er education has been appointedto
University and A and T
and vigor In the teach College of North Carolina serve, on the Vocational and ,
703 FR 1-1493
Seybold Bldg.
ing learning process. The schoolIs Technical Committee for the
eagerly. awaiting Miss Flenberg Members of the varsity rifle Florida Council of Higher Education.
return. tpam for the school year are: Co. First and Second Mortgages

The Johnson PTA will hold Captain Purless Merrell, Perrine, Dean Dobbs brings to this com Home Loans Small
Improvement Monthly Payment
Its regular meeting, Jan. 23 at O'Hara Johnson, Eastls manaer mlttee a wealth of experiencesand
7:30: p.m. Lt. D. Maynard of "' ; LaVert Jones, Sebring; ideas for the development of No Inspection Fee
HIa'eah Juvenile Bureau will be Johnny L. Hooker, Miami; David this program in the state of Fla.
the speaker on "Your Child and Simpson, Leroy Walker having served In the capacity of Combine nil your debt into one easy paid mortgage
Juvenile Delinquency." All parents Dade City; Nehemiah Poole assistant director of vocational
and friends are urged to Jacksonville; Luther Vance Perry education in Dade County for a Phome PR 1.1408-0ur representative will call on you
attend. Ga.; James Lockhart ,Miami; number d.f years Dean Dobbs re.
and Blllle Rivers. Jacksonville cently attended a meeting of the immediatelyFree
The newly organized Daddies
Vocational and Technical Educa
Club, under the leadership of Consultation Regarding Your Mortgage Planning
tion Committee that was held in
Steve Marshall Is sponsoring
a Royal Twenty
the Volusia County Community
banquet at the school Jan. 29,
Junior College In Daytona Beach. _-_--_U.l uw WIlDC UU1m'IIl UIJlJmLUUUIU UIU )Um
at 3 p.m. for the of Social Club
helnlng projects In the purpose new ...........

school 1 Mrs. Edna Mlnpo entertainedthe THE J. F. DEAL'S STUDIOIs
IE. G. Primus-, principalS.
Roval Twenty Women's Club

A. Qsborne reporter Dec. 11 at the home of Mrs. now starting another Girl's Miami's Most Desirable
Myrtle Davis 3441 Oak Ave., Beauty Contest.
North Dade Wins Coconut Grove.
307 N.W. 2nd AvenueFR
Lerov Oaltor and Everett Mon The meeting was highlighted
cur scored 19 point apiece last with 'plans for the annual Social 4.8034
Friday night to lead North Dade Dance. ApartmentsCompletely
.Hf ''h's undefeated basketballteam a" .
to a 62.60 victory over The charming hostess delighted
Pompano Blanche Ely: Friday. her guests with a delicious
repast which was enjoyed by the Civil Service furnished adequate parkingarea
members and their friends. ,
Phvllis Wheatley Exam Announced

The hostess was thanked by Frequently beautifully landscaped, large spacious

cq ,';A1 C.1uhTh" Mrs Marie Allen Entrance high M
9377' a month. You may qualify I rooms. All ground floor buildings.

month of December was a Bridge Club Holds through spare time instructionat
s .atr o rd logons mnnth for the home. For information and
verniers of t,,* Phyllis WheatV confidential)
personal ( ,
Art and Social Club. On Dee Open ,Pair GameThe write: Corner Apts. $22.50 week

f "t the 'nmo of Mrs Annette NATIONAL TRAINING

.T.ni-e rnemhor mgt for a lovousn Sunshine State Duplicate SERVICE Inside Apts. $20 week
,.< .fnn nM exchanged Rift and I Bridge Club held its regular Qreewlch Conn.
mart n'nna to entertain friend ,' Then Pair Game at the home of J28
nt o Ph'-'etmai' party. Members Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hires.
..irt 1'I"n"lII had a wonderfult Five tables ,were in play. Pair 2 Children Allowedo
+ nt th. hom of Mrs. Bertha winners were first: Blanche
T.*"+flll nn the Jan. 2, for their Cal'oway md Effle Williams. I
hHatrna' party. Music and -- ---
Second: Lucille Wheatley and
game wore 'played M. Hender
Ethel drier; third: Gertrude Mc.
"01 t W'R Pt the piano. Members
C"t, ferret the needy during: Coy and Leander Jackson.
t"'" r,..tlvA !season Eleven packed' ADo,E.Jy repast was served by FLORAL PARK APTS.
,.. ,.. the
h q 'erA, delivered to a few hast and hostess. .
"-e'! 'RmffI'A+) In the community.
.. The next game will be at the
T h Vox Tvnc filled with good
*'1'''WI' 'n"lndlne a large chicken. home of Mr. and Mrs. Etohlson, o S 2474 N.W. 58th Street TU 5-1589
1477A New Mexico .
'hn,,vt meeting' wl'l be held: Ave., Homestead
Air Force
"t tVA home of Mrs. Marie Tay- Base
t.... 1094\ NW 5th place on Jan Members are meeting at 7 p.m, ...,.
at the home of Mrs Lucille
a "t 8 ---
Wheatley In Richmond FUND INC
M. I. Daniels, reporter Heights.
Any person without transporta
tion contact Mrs. Effle
MU 8.0930.
COMINGKWACHA The Dreyfus fund Is a mutual In

ers Watch and dates this paper of meeting for game places.win. vestment fund In which the man 5 NEW HOMES3BEDROOM

TEA Our membership Is open to the igement hopes to make your
public Interested In playing
......... .. :;:.::: :::: .:. .:. :: :;:; Duplicate Contract Bridge. money grow and takes whatIt
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considers sensible risksIn CBS

that direction.

.S' 91P r ...you cut Iftvttt monthly' In a In Hampton ParkMiami's


the ijritimttlc, KCumuUtlo" clo.e-in subdivision
or Fund thus' over I 10-,..,puled.CcmpUfon .

/ lift fnivroftc epffo*.?. Right near the Palmetto Bypass

proif Kfvi*lrN tromp

J. D. Mayor & Co. Large Lots 50 x 120

WI 5.2225 or WI 74458P.
Or we will build on your lot
O. Box 41 Vleta Branch

r $'1.50 Down $90 Month/

;1 Clifford R. Matthews, Sr.

2292 N.W. 52nd! St.
-U NE 4-3045 Directions to homes: Go west on 36th St. to the dead.

t \ Q Ixvnl Representative 1 Registered end; turn right to 108th Ave.; then left to N.W.

(I SS Islam;;s,1 I 23rd! St. .

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HUM.*fcM DnjfW rwrf.hfNMtlNhflty .

M par rtntutst ewwot supply you bSH11VINI3 P0Y DE b TUxedo 5.1589
P.O Box 3457 F2 Savannah Qa
M for tease MAQC TUM MATES
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The libel eult of Randol
nual total
Fawkes against Cyril St. John '"the big push"visiting here when MUSICAL TO history from Africa down to the
a decade
present. The pageant itself, Is
ended on Doc. 31 after ago.
I a seven-day sensational trial Y Y MM i SHOW NEEDED an original play written for this
I In the Supreme Court. Fawkes The Bahamas Development purpose by Rose Stewart and
contended that Editor Stevensonhad Board announced /that Nassau NEGRO PRIDE Edna Hall (the librarian and

(libelled him in two articles visitors closed out 1960 with 305,533 Proof of Age Needed Hy WALTON MANNING 'curriculum assistant). Music is
in The Nassau Herald. The Jury for'ithe( year. Prof of Ed., Univor. of Miami directed by Qharles Thomas Rog.
ers who was a member of the
awarded. dam'ag&s of $560 and Lionel Rodgers, son of Mr When Applying (Anyone who IbM worked with Winged Victory cast when it
cost.A and Mrs. Arnold Rodgers of Nas southern Negro schools could toured Europe.At .
large crowd waited outside sau St., was killed in an automobile "Hefl'p' us to help you" is the' list scores of reason to accountfor the root of most bias and
the court as the case' came to a accident on Jan. lof The advice of Edward P. Blonston, the fact that Negroes are hatred is lack of understanding.The .
close. During the ,trial some of VOlkswagon in which Rodgers manager of the Miami North Soc generally speaking, two full root of the Negro problem is
the witnesses revealed that, was riding skidded on a slick clal Security District Office, to I I years behind white children at his need to develop a surging
everything was not. "rosy" in the road Jumping a curb and hitting persons planning to retire soon I the same grade level. There are pride which will cause him to
Bahamas Federation of Labor of a tree. Rodgers was thrown from and apply for their social secur I many things which can be done energetically seek (higher goals.
which Mr. Fawkes is president the car and a car following the ity (benefits. '"We can get that in an attempt for improvement fortunate enough to be
Stevenson wagon, driven by Patrick Bailey first check to you a lot sooner if and Dade County is making an seated in the Dorsey Junior High
Paul Adderley was and represented A. D. by of Fox Hill ran over him. Bailey you bring" the necessary proofs effort to Improve the quality of Auditorium .on Friday, Jan. 27,
and Fawkes by Mr. Richard Hanna Cur. and Godfrey Johnson, in t h with you when you come in to file Negro education. will see a performance which
death car, were charged with the a claim for benefits." help create proper understanding
ry. killing. The faculty at Lillie C. Evans of the Negro and should make
the Rodgers was a baseball play' all people 'proud of the progress
Included Queen's New' ferent. They are attempting to
Just many people retire early in the Negroes have made.
Year Honors roll are two Bahamians er. recently the was crown. year. They are coming to the show their children that the Negro .
I{". V ed batting champion of the Instructional social in America ihas
Dr. < A Rodgers and security office to file made pro
Major Augustus Roberts. Dr. of .345.League'He ,played with an infield average claims for benefits. These claimscan press and to develop pride in
Rodgers was made Officer of be their race.
an completed much faster
the Most Excellent Order of the for the San Resno Giants last when needed proofs are present. One of the (projects which the Help Wanted

British Empire, and Major Roberts season.tits brother ed at the time of filing. A telephone Evans school is carrying out is Driver salesmen to operate -
Andre is in the
the Colonial. Police (or should be) of public inter.
Medal. call to his office before re.
big league with the SanFrancls- est. Teachers have gathered hun Peter Plenty Mobile
tirement may save a great deal
Dr. Rodgers received his early co Giants. of ttme by insuring that all evidence dreds of facts about Negroes In Unit. Unusually high earnings
education in Nassau, graduated will be produced promptly. all walks of Qlfe and at all $70 to $85 weekly. No
from Edinburgh University in WMBM and WFEC. stages of !history starting with
1935, and did postgraduate workin Generally, a claimant for his origin in Africa. experience necessary.Call .
England and Ireland is affiliated CHANGE CALL monthly benefits must establish .I In order to dramatize. this in
with the Princess Margaret his age This may be done witha formation a Musical Pageant PL 4.1885
Hospital and has wide private LETTERS I birth certificate or some other I I titled The Negro In America is 220 N.E. 59th St.
practice. record that is old and reliable. I being presented by the faculty
What is /being termed "the big Also evidence of the claimant's and children This pageant uti Mr. Richard Anderson
Ronald Porter 38-year-old I switch" with local radio stations, earnings for 1960 Is necessary. lizes important music to Illus
Blue Hill Rd. tailor: died in Princess will take effect on this Monday, A copy of Form W.2 Withhold trate pertinent stages of Negro
Margaret Hospital Christmas January 23. A portion of the ing Statement for 1960 is acceptable
Day. The previous evening he 'switch':;will actually. take placeon if the income was earned
was found unconscious on Eliza this Sunday. as an emp/loyee./ The self-em.
beth ave. An autopsy showed And Just what is this "big ployed should bring a copy of
he died from a fractured skull. switch"?-Here it is. The pre. their 1960 income tax return
sent station WMBM, 790 on your Including the Schedule C or F 8 MADAM DORA
Fifteen persons received minor radio dial will become a general which shows their self.employ
Injuries Friday Dec. 30 ..whena market programing station, and ment income and the cancelled Christian Reader
Twenty First Century Corporation will adopt a new set of call check, money order stub, or bank \ r
''bus blew letters. All receipt which shows they paid
a tire and over of the Negro person. ( And Advisor
turned on the Inter-Field Road nel of WMBM will /be replaced the tax."Bring. "
between Oakes Field by white personnel. The Advises
and present on all problem
with ,
'Prospect. station your proofs you
All of them were WFEC-1220 on your
Mr. Blonston stressed "for
treated at a hospital]''. Leslie dial, which is also an exclusively Helps' remove bad luck and evil influences of all kinds Sho is
''Stubbs, the driver Negro market prompt payment of your first so. Rifted from God. Remember there Is for
escaped in programing station clal security check/' The Miami no pity those who are
.jury but the bus was wrecked will continue as such, but North Social Office is iit need of help and do not week for it when it Is In reach Ho.
will' adopt the call member the Bible tho Lord is ho
letters of located at 234 NE 79th st, days greatest healer and tho
At the convention of the WMBM,, and will be known aa Lord Rave Madam Dora tho ixnvar to help (hone who cannot
Amalgamated Building Con. the NEW WMBM". help UieniMilveA Madam Dora helped Kopfn from all walks of
struction and Civil Engineering life from tho four corners<< of tho world. She will help you
Trade Union held Dec. 28 at the Moat of the Negro personnel whether\ you are blind nick or cripple. Remember Goo will only
Taxi Cab Union Hall, Preston H. from the present WMBM will CIVIL SERVICE help) hose who help themselves.I .

Albury .was elected president. transfer to the present WFEC, EXAMS ANNOUNCED have helped many on tho right' road to life, health, and
Other which will then be the new
elected) officers happiness' with
were An such problems RIll Who arc your friends? Your
thony Roberts WMBM-1 220 on your diaL enemies' ? Whether
general secre FREQUENTLYJob your wife or lnwband In true or false to you.
tary; Joseph Zonlcle treasurer; These Include: The Butterballl, How to gain tho love of tho one you most desire.! How to control
Roy Brown recording secretary; Rev. Ira MoCall and Elliott J. security can be yours or 'Influence<< the action of inono near or miles away There
Richard Glibbs, first vice presi Pleze. by preparing now for com Isn't" hope 00 fond or A wish so great that I can't nccomjilosh
dent, and ,Rudolph The present WFEC has been for you. If are failure in
Gilbert, war ing Civil Service Exams you A business or love, courting, mar
den. acquired by a new owner-the riage, health or life Itself then don't wait. Coma and see mo
For information write
Consolidated Communications i t right Dwn't
RO through life mlMerablo and in sorrow
Nassau ten fatal traffic CorporationAlexander S. Klein National Training Service when you can bo happy and gay Madam Dora alno gives
accidents last year and the 10th the president, and Al MargolisJr. Greenwich Conn. Lucky Days and Omni Luck, ))on't bo minted, look for tho
Involved two Americans. Harold ., formerly VP of WDAS, Phila. F14 hand sign with Madam\ Dora's name on it. Ak only for Madam
delphia, is the president, and Al Dora
"Woodhead, 21, of Kansas City,
JMo.) rode behind on a rented Margolis is the vice president LOCATED ON IIT. 1, 12 MILKS NOHTII OF MIAMI
Som of the personnel of
(scooter driven by Jus. ,
WFEC will be replaced by the 1 MILK PIIOM
'Mice also of Kansas City Christ- CJUTjPSTIlKAM HACK TRACK
'mas Eve. The driver failed to personnel from WMBM. SHORT HAIR SPECIAL rmcu WITH THIS AD
turn a curve on Interfield Road O|>en Seven days A week-H a.m. to 11 ...m.
and the vehicle crashed into the Notice 203rd''' Street and North Federal HighwayANNOUNCEMENT
bushes and overturned. Wood-
head suffered a fractured skill Saturday classes ,to start at
:and other injuries. He died next Jackson's Toddle Inn for Elementary
.corning, students Saturday Jan.
uary 21st-accelerated and re-
Spiraling tourism to the Baha medial classea. Help for every.
'mas! reached a new high of more
than a third of a mlllon visitors one.Each Saturday 10 to 12, price
during 1960 10 times the an. $1.50 per Saturday. indf (J .

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I at Christian Methodist and An Reunion Recital workshop in the city. The date
is February' 5, Bethany Junior
I thony Jones will preside during I
PAGE' 16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1961 the program. Academy, 5001 NW 26th Av .
"Into All The World Together"is I at 2 15th'ave.. at S p.m.
the theme for Christian En.
deavor Week observance this
Greater Bethel year. 'Greater Bethel youth are WE BUILD
setting their goals: to ,observe
Youth Observe DOWN
this 80th anniversary by pointing j h

Endeavor Week' up what God has given to Lot for Sale :'_
them through Christian Endea.'
: Cash paid 'for lots or homes'See
s vor; and, to re-dedicate themselves '
Final plans for- the observance to thq principles a full 3 to S p.m.
? of Christian Endeavor Week program for- the week of January
will be culminated 'at the regular 29-FeW 5. Their activities include Brand new lovely.bedroom
Allen: Christian!! Endeavor League a song festival and media
2 bath oak floors
meeting, Sunday, Jan. 22 at 5:15: tation at the homes ,for the aged garage, ,
p.m. All youth are invited to at and, special radio spots emphasizing tile roof, built-in electric
tend: and witness a discussion of Christian Endeavor. I kitchen
Droblems! 'of ,African( youth and During February, special speakers -" '
the: AME program in Africa. An will be invited to address the 1430 N.W. 59th St.
thony Jones and John Goldsmithwill group' and Christian Endeavor 1426 N.W. 68th Terr.f, ,
post a map of Africa and backs will be used for
program '
point out areas where the AME the church bulletins. I JE 8-1340 '- Baron ."" -
Church has central interest* JE 2-4347
4 Loretta Hill I is president of 1 ." ,
: Patricia Fryar and M. Brown ACE League, Rev. S. A. Cousin' I .
r have been chosen to lead the pastor. A t'JII
Bible quiz teams. Maxine Haw
kips will Abe the quizmaster. Dr. Furman Fordham of New BARGAIN. $1,000b :
Prizes will be given to winning ,York will return 'to Miami for a Florida room, 2-car garage., '-a'
teams. Ethel DeLancy and Na. COMING reunion recital with the Ford
than Streeter will'' render musical hamraires''of Miami, a musical
selections. The president will be group which ''was formed when
Bill Simmons, star stylist will attending the Miami youth rally .KWACHA, TEA Dr. Fordham conducted a music Join The NAACP

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Feb. 7, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
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Mrs. Muldrow and her associate "' ..:-
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Dave Burns will be co-ordlnator .
of affairs. Be thu first to .see '' '
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coloring and permanents. ',I
Bll1 Simmons the world's most ",
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1831 N.W. 155TH ST.

Hampton AlumniTo .-.-----------_-____t _ _._"'.._ r!............. go iJ; WI __".. VlW I "'III''' ___ _ __ ___________

Set Founder's Only $595 DownNew TERRIFIC! CUSTOM BUILT 2-bedroom, painted, landscapedlot '

ProgramMembers 3-bedroom CBS. No closing 3.bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS, tile close to buses, city water.

costs. Move right in. One mort- roof, corner, Florida room car One mortgage. $20 week pays
.!! of the Miami Chap
ter of the Hampton Institute gage only. $85 month. 1541 NW port, hardwood floors, oven and all. No closing costs.

Alumni will meet at the homo of 154th St.Opa range, fenced yard. Two air
Miss Mary V. Davis. 3290 NW I conditioners. See 1088 N.W. 55th Ter.
45th fit., Saturday Jan. 21 at .
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p.m. to set up the Founder's Day "
program.In Locka Beauty. New Only $1,495 Down Only $595 Down
an effort to reorganize, the Hurry!
group has scheduled weekly meet, Only $795 Down !t. e:__,J'I":. : .
ings at the home of Miss Davis" f' JP r
to complete the Founder's ob. 2bedroom. Nice area. No'closing
Custom built. Oven and range, DUPLEX :
servance and establish: Initial
projects for the area. All Hampton near schools. One mortgage. No I costs. Only one mortgage. $88
lans are invited to attend closing costs. NW 18th Ave. between Owner leaving Miami. Ready to I month.
these meetings. Carl A. Williams :
sell 'this duplex. Largo
Is chairman of the group. NW 153rd) and 154th Sts. gorgeous
corner. Priced right. Take. timeto See 1923 N.W. 58th St.

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BROWN SUB BEAUTY! See 5200 N.W. 10th Ave.

New 3-bedroom CBS. Oven and I 3-bedroom, 2 bath, gorgeous,
Only $1,495 Down
range, rear screened Floridaroom. new custom built. Heaters, clos-

Close to school buses.
ed garage, hardwood floors.
a 4 c'a0o One mortgage. No,,,closing costs
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALFor plose to buses, shopping, city

See 2991 N.W. 43rd Ter.
a single person or couple. water By appointment.

This small home. 1-bedroom, _
Only $795 Down2Bedroom L "J! .e"A -A
closed porch., stove, living room, : SPECIAL
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partly furnished, hardwood :

21, CBS. Rear Florida floors. Move right in. 'Deed. : $195 Down

room. Near NW 27th Ave.Priced
I Only $395 Down $15, week. Low price for this
There Is no point in squint. low. Good buy.Only .
Ing nt ft weak shaky picture I One mortgage $50 month cute little house. No closing costs.
for TV service
which will make $495 Down I
your old set perform with the I WHY ,PAY RENT?*! Move in. Why pay rent?
best, CAll on SOOTIN'S TV, 821 _
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