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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: February 4, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00251

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Reeves Named Assistant to Kennedy. La



Democratic politics serving in law (partner in the firm of Reeves, He represented members of the
1952 and 1956 on Governor Robinson and Duncan. Since Miami NAACP in, their battle
Stevenson's Presidential cam. 1948 he has participated in all With the Florida Legislative Investigating
palgn staffs: Mr. Reeves seconded major NAACP; lega activities, Including Committee.
Senator's Kennedy's nomina.* school desegregation Mr. Reeves Is married to Dr.
tion and travelled with him 'cases. During the past two years Elizabeth: W Reeves, a memberof
throughout the campaign. he has served as council for de. the faculty at D. C. Teachers
In May I960 he was elected segregation cases in Northern College. They have two children,
Democratic National Committee Virginia. Deborah 7, and Daniel 5. 1 y 1Y
man for the District of Columbia' ,
becoming the first Negro to hold
that position.
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Mr., Reeves la Washington rep ,
resentative for the NAACP and Man Pound in Canal
since 1958 has served as a member
of the National Legal Com.

mlttee of the NAACP. harper! The body of a 62-year.old man
from 1940 to he
1942 assistant
was
was recovered Monday by police
to Thurgood Marshall, 4 MIAMIANS
special counsel for the NAACP.Mr. Jrora a canal" near SW 65th ave ---..#_ '

Reeves, 44, was oorn in FINISH BETHUNE and 74th at., Mrs. Olivia Edwards, pharma.

Montreal. Canada and, came to Edward Canadate, of 5896 cist and co-owner along with her
the District of Columbia, In 1928. husband, Clarence, of the Rich.
SW 66th et. apparently slipped
He graduated cum laude from COOKMANDaytona mond Heights Drug Store,moved
Howard University In 1936 and from the 'bank Into the water, this week into their new and
Frank D. Reeves; Democratic received his law degree from Beach Dr. WilliamA. probably late Saturday, the officers modernistic building; on ,Lincoln
National Committeeman' for the !' there in 1939. He has served on McMillan, dean of Bethune- eaid. Boulevard. I
District of Columbia, has been the staff of the University's law Cookman College announced that Called Edwards Professional.
appointed by President Kennedyto .school at various periods since Center, the $40,000 building
, be special Presidential as- 1943. 'Uiij( tour persons from Miami have !Mable Scavella Daniels, Ethel houses besides the drug store, a
elatanU In 1954 he entered private completed their requirements for en Evans, Mary Lou Johnson and beauty salon 'harbor shop, and
He ,, has long been active in practice, and is currently senior degrees in elementary education: Christine Turner. I medical office. ,I
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trial of James Rogers on ,,
Tuesday was postponed by City .
Iowa
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Judge Robert Zahner to Feb. 20,. NATIONAL
Thursday, 9 a.m. Conference*
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after the Civil Service Board
with Miss Olive B. Alexander,
SOCIAL WORKER
heard .his complaint against the
executive dlrectpr JESCA 10
three officers who arrested him. ;
a.111' with Mayor Robert King
Rogers, who was charged with VISITS MIAMI High, DuPont Building; 11 ajm
J resisting arrest, was arrested on Audience with Arlan Hoffman,
I Jan. 15 by Officers Donald Shan. acting executive director of
non, William Kennah and A. C. p United Fund of Dade County
Schreen After a conference at noon I
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Jwi' Rogers said .he was attackedby Director Placement Division ''r
the police! after he asked Dade County Welfare, she visited
them to move their cars so he the following persons and places )
could 1 finish washing the drive that afternoon: Mrs. Viola: Vail ..
way of the filling station where I r Shanklin, Medical Social Work. ..i
he worked. The police said he er; Welfare Planning Board, Ur. i
resisted arrest for disturbing the ,ban League of Greater Miami; :
peace. James E. Scott Home Housing

Project Donn Gardens, Malcolm b
INTEGRATION Ross Day Center and site for
Housing Project for Negro Sen. j

FIGHTER f for Citizens, Liberty Square J
Housing Project and Senior GUI. "
SUSPENDED tens' Birthday party Board of
Directors' Meeting, held conference .
I BY FSU fI 1Mlea with Haley Sofge,: Miami
Housing Executive and wan
Jefferon Poland, 18, of Fort JESCA's guest at the YMCA annual .
w Lauderdale, said this week that dinner.
:. he has been accused of breakingthe Her activities on Friday In.
"t terms of his probation by elude a conference with Judge ',l
a J continuing to work "against seg Ben J. Sheppard, 800 NW 28th
i regation" and that he could not Fern I'!. Colborn of New It.. lunch and tour at MiamiIiatin (

*. :_ attend class the coming semester. York City, Secretary of Social Center, Miss Lillian Kelly
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Education and Action for the executive director; visit to Jewish
Poland, a student of Florida National Federation of Settle. Home for the Aged; a meeting .,
Another special
Dr. and Mrs. Furman Ford In Peace. very State University has been on
ham of New York City are here feature of the event will be the probation for almost a year because ments and Neighborhood Centers, with Social Education Committee i
to conduct the great anniversary duo singing by the Fordhams.Mr he participated in lunch In on official visit'la Miami on at the home of Mrs. H.
Music Festival of the Miami Vivian Davis and her counter sit-ins. lie said be ha February 24. Her itinerary fol.'Y' l.. ,Franklin Williams 233 San Sebastian 1"
Fordbamalres Chora dedicated Dorcaa group are asking been suspended.A Avenue, Coral Gables; 'I
meeting with board when she ad.dresses
of all lovers. of
Dr. Fordham, formerly con. the support sophomore, and sociology
ductor of the three thousand good music to attend this great student he was one of five Fla. demanded service for Negroes ata members and friends on
the "Action
voice United Nations Chorus, or event and bring a liberal "silent" State U. students convicted of white lunch counter. The cases 1 topic: Programs" tOI"a,\
ganized the Miami singing group contribution to aid the society. disturbing the peace when they will go to the U.S. Supreme court. a Rapidly Changing World.
at 9)
Saturday IIIss Col-
I a.m.
that bears his name, when he Mrs. Annie Russell is the aceompanist .
born will breakfast with board
and Elder Calvin RockIs
and his wife conducted a citywide
I the pastor. members and neighborhood
music workshop here some
friends of James E. Scott Com-
five years ago, which will be fea. Family Forum SundayThe munlty Association. Garth C.
tured in a concert of classical SHOPLIFTERSUSPECT fierce, president, and Mrs.
airs, gospel songs and spirituals France Jolllvette, board member
at the Bethany S. D. A. School SHOT will be host and hostess.A .
first in a series of Annual tlve program based on everyday
NW 25th ave.,
auditorium, 6001 BY GUARD Forums will begin Sunday Feb. problems. conference with board presl.
Teb. 6, at 4SO o'clock Welfare sponsor.Society 6, 4 p.m. In the Board Room of The series will continue duringthe dent and executive director at 11
ed by Bethany the Dorcas Church. Ben Gregg 35, of 2315 NW the Carver Branch YMCA 6770 remaining Sundays in February a.m. will end her visit
of 55th St., was shot in the thigh NW 16th ave. The topics will Include Miss Colborn has had vast experience *
Dr. 'Fordham promises at that Wednesday nlshL by Arthur The topic for discussion will "Law For The Layman" with In social problems, especially
time to Introduce several new Mathis, a eecun the be "The Smart Way to Buy a Howard Dixon attorney for Civil in housing since 1952.
choral selections that will be A and G Food 7th Home." The lecturers wilt be Liberties Union, as lecturer; She Is a graduate of Boston University ;
heard for the first time in thin are and 64th aMathis William Breast and Raymond O. "Jobs -. New Fields of Employ School of Religious and
area. One of the highlights of told that Asmar, representatives from the ment," Harry A. Wieatley of the Social Work, and did graduate
the afternoon will be a thrilling he caught Oregg He Miami Doard of Realtors. The Greater Miami Urban League; work In. sociology and social
candlelight procession that will caned police a tilted Family Forum is being sponsor "Family Relations," the relations: group work at Temple University
precede the concert. The singers for the squad culprit ed In cooperation with an out of husbands, wives and children Philadelphia, the Fennsyl.
will march to the strains of "We tried to escape of by'him. standing group of men who de. by Dewey Knight of Kendall rants School of Social Work And
Shall Walk Through The Valley sire to present a highly Inform. Homes. other Institutions.!



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MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA birth certificate Is the beet ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE
of If you were bornin
proof age.
:;PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, took I this country, a birth certificate
may .foe obtained by contact
eeeis ing the Registrar in the town of For Everyone
,born out We specially in assigned' Halt,
those
birth. For
your
I :Beauticians in For Many, Attraction at side the United States, your dls. with $30 down. Financing arrang
I trict office will advise you of
Persulan Perm Press Presentations acceptable proof of age. ed.Altman Insurance Agency

_._...--.--.-..,_.. ._._-- -.....- I If you, work for wages, your 708 NW Bid St. FR 1.9431
: W-2 Withholding Tax Statementfor xaoooo* inquire Before 1960 will be acceptable as
/ evidence of earnings. If you reIn
& : You RetireThis business for yourself, an ex.
;, tra copy of your 1040, Income
is sound advice to the in. 1040 C,
and Schedule
Tax Return RENT
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dividual planning to file for old. Profit and Loss Statement from
age and survivors Insurance pay business are needed !along
I/ i k, ments. Knowing what papers are with your your cancelled check showing CHOICE I-BEDROOM
needed In advance will speed up payment of the tax. To find CORNER APARTMENTSIn
your claim, according to EdwardP. out what you need call your local -
Blonston, district manager of district office in advance and Finest Building
b #* k '
) 4 the Miami North Social Security speed your drat check along. The, ADULTS ONLY
Office.A phone number is PL 8-5611 and
\ telephone call to your social the address, 234 NE 70th st. 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.

security office to find out what
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4 papers are needed will speed up .- -
; your claim. You should always TIMES ADSDON.T
j"l i e have your social security card, MIAMI
; proof of age, and evidence of COST THEY PAY
r..... ,' : ,\. (' earnings or self-employment in. I JOIN THE NAACP!II
:; ,':, : come for 1960 are required in CALL OX 14)421 TODAY

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"An Hour In Nassau" wild bea titian who attends will be givena I
spicy one hour after lunch added tube of Persulan Lighter.
attraction of Tropical music Brighter Bleaching Cream, free.

and classical acts when famed Attention beauty shop customers
Fish. Ray presents the CalypsoAll !! Your hair is in foran I NOVhn
Stars at the Persulan-Klng exciting beauty treat when i
Clinic Feb. 7 at the
Cole Beauty Per- !
your eautlcian gives you a
Longshoreman Hall. sulan Permanent Press which will
The Calypso AU Stars, currently last from six to eight weeks long
appearing at the exclusive is FEB.13
Press
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Jolly' Rogers, promise to royally I -
a harmless, greaseless 'long last.
entertain the beauticians. ing hair-do pressing permanent. { r '
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Mr. Persulan, Dill Simmons, I Remember 1 The entire public
world famous hair stylist of New
I is invited to see the Persulan
will demonstrate the
York City I
Permanent Press hair styles on
new revolutionary Persulan permanent parade Monday night, Feb. 6 at ENJOYGREYHOUND
at the McWhltes
press 9 p.m. at the Elks Rest, Fort
School in Ft. Lauderdale
Heauty RACING
Lauderdale. A big dance will
!Feb. 6 and at the LongshoremanHall
follow the Persulan PermanentHair IN
LUXURIOUS
Miami, Feb. 7 from 9 a.m. GRANDSTAND
Style Parade. Music will be
to 5 A reception will followat
p.m. NEGRO
the sweetest on this side of hea ADMISSION
the Sunlight Beauty School,
Mrs. M6. Muldrow, chairman. ven. 50c :'ACCOMMODATIONSR
All licensed beauticians are invited '
Advertise! It
Pays1 A
to both clinics. Each beau.
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The ''beautiful Christmas light.w, ." rill For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call I

Ing on 15th ave was sponsoredby Shop, House of Albert, Sunset
the newly formed Business, Barber Shop, Glamourama Beau
Professional and Property Own.er's ty Salon, Ebony Bar, Baker's Fa. BONDED a 7
Association: of 15th ave.
Corner Belle
mous Sharpe,
The fixtures are now the prop. Bee
Guest House, Troy's Busy
erty of the merchants, which
Restaurant, Mikell's Tuxedo Tar
means they will only have to pay ern, Mikell's Beauty Salon, Fash. A
for Installation next year by the ionette Beauty Salon. _
Florida Power and Light Co. COLLECTION
The unsung hero behind all Eureka Barber' Shop, Johnson's
this was Thomas Dannister, who Store, Beautyrama Beauty Salon
came through with a heavy con. Room, Royal Drive Inn, Shad
trlbution when it counted the die's Tavern, Community Drug
most President Rudolph Lavar- Store, Beautyrama Beautyq Salon,
ity said, "I don't know how we Rudy's TV and Record Center, AGENCY Inc.
would have made It without Business Dr Almond C. Edwards, Dr. J.
Manager Slim Bannister." E. White,The Miami Times, Lib. ,
erty Theatre, O'Berry's Driving
The group is working hard now School, Sportsman Barber Shop,
cation to complete plans for the dedi Plu's Cafe Bannister's Market, The largest collection and rental ''
ceremony of our new
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Walker,
street In the very near future. Sharpe's Service Station, Mrs.
in the South
Following are the business Maude Ross, Father's Sundries, agency ; operating in
places who oontrlbuted to the Community Beauty Parlor, Joe's
project: Cash Market, Dr. B. H. Atkinson, Dade and Broward Counties'
Liberty City Coin Laundromat, Ballaa Market, Barkley's Real
Gordon's Grocery, Matthew's Estate, Blanche's Little Dept. Negro Housing
Grocery, Carol Elizabeth Hotel, Store, Manker's Funeral Home, areas
Jamaica Sam's Religious Candle Eva and Bill's Beer Tavern L. L. BROOKS, President

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4 SATURDAY F2S2OABY 4. JOLLTVE1TEWINSBOTY

Swiss Entertainer j Enroll your child at 8aadolph's
Kindergarten with yick up stddelivery
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Manor. Ancn* 9. 2TT. aft
lit JUjatnC IVfffafe. under tfar es 4 iUrek 8. UC'S' ._ .aM' 1 48LcItz3? !1 I mde sg: & deedr'sg to engage !i!
if a- 1260 N.W. 55th St
1IrjM b: bn!! aee* tufler tie fktltiouiSerrie I Imr..p
-cJ&IJIO s>F THE .Jfixnto rr :sa- sir rr f v t .'Mu.. or ComDmJty Ambu1&nce A home of distinction3bedrooxn
THE JrLGttO niChfe feeUr* ttart A rr>=m om Lear fears tfarCrum ... *. CTH 'V 15th Are., JOT -:I
< ratrud and national asatai uni.c* WIKB: it rcaeda sir a setptirdk.e +l' .et.- znL, .L,. ictenfie to regieter the :I 2 bath, Florida
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CJI .I1ICI:. twlacor cr*&L ida hitman: and kgalu: .. FaCr t.a 1or3B& .me Mme vfeh tie Clerk of Cir :: room, enclosed ffaraft, oak
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ClIO IDU4.. srvs IMI tnni.-fi e 1..v frae 1Itnn. t0 b..j. w!y I ; tm!:: n M ccfc Crrrt? Dade County Fla.TTffiitn .. ::floor, tile roof, built-in oren
An CM- Iww tai( that aU mm are hurt M -ton* se :fist ilr ardd ... :. Ez.-s 1+ stcztl7zxge I and range.Harmar .
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new Pn&ideIIt.101n: F- Xenne ,jirade iuscf EZ::!: -=:bea dCIf. Rum : $eeie+e under fktitiotu name Richmond Height
tie -umvn speech on Mondzy and it TTZS a J-fT; *r. 2: !: I Im t NoSee it ierefey cmr thai 1&1! Coral Reef Dr. and Fillinor
sunr
carried one back:: to the 42js of the great Preadenl TTTTTHn 1'I: :::IIC s : x. v TeriCie : <:!:It-I I i EnfiTE3ei < t eedrl2 g to engage: Street
: D &x>o Boofiereh. TL. sat ,''ir. %czizrf reader the fKltticmicf
Mr.. :Kennedy was eriouE. He asked the :QEm ':: vI' .. >>. C .&;r 1: &12. 1M I game YztteFrseral Home $500 Down
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1:21"7. ,11'rrf 21ee tuaai
I Custom built level
face np to gaze pert abroad and Trun eiunp err'rerxsEaon : E :f iner.fi 10 rerteter the Aid rime split low
z.t horae. /i akeaC T 1:0: vv i., >lth the Clerk o! circuit Court monthly payments. Like
The speech -wassrell received not only in osr c2-j .rt ct st s i.HrtGrants e: Date Comtj.: 1"'.&. paying rent 3-bedrooea, 2
t: r.. J. 1C, 17. :C baths -enclosed
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but practicsJly jgJ9 aver the -world. I 1 = garage
The President prombeil a lot. wnetiier: be can de3: Ora D., Taylor CE 5-4246

er it or not reroinf> to be een. However: in doing BO Le African StzzdentsJCrre
gave nope for the beer in our econtr.:y. He .. d : ,,- .- w_

agriculture, heat:g; help for tbe &;;ed.. teai the F.Lt1.T. FMS nt.em. _
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gold v zsx ard, m. orx1 defense and improved nhiol:! -
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with Latin America- h aauhrz .L:tzDit I
life in 1& 11riJJwi be jezaj, the President said, vridb- bzie tt f tLt'tV I CHOICE SlATS
lag it, even practicing h. acHrg for it viII-note: it so. J' .Am: r e! of nee

There will be farther wti/aek before the tide is t.- ed. a. lautfif. Dr D fcemsx Serrr tf.ht RL zee TL v"p'ogrtss. tDon't 1865 NW 53rd. St i NOW AVAILABLEFOR

On Wednesday the Preodert began action fcy z.D- ia eporftigtirg the pVaz
sncing three steps to help the econorac con: i o::.. $795 Down $82 Mo. THE
Pint of GI life in Trance dfridend this winter
Fret Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS.
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ahead of schedale. World'sHeafyweight
2. Lrwering interest rates on yHA insured :saort- Jora The NAACP !' Florida room, carport, tile
roof .
oak floors. No qualiryiaj

pgE2.z.. Intn>ducing the food tip plan to feed the hen- no doting costs.

V7 in depressed areas.
FOR
These recommendations chonld be a help>> and "are can SALE I OPEN HOUSE 1-5 P.M.
look for nOTe in the not distant: fstare.
On Tuesday the House ma.deat is concidered an NICE CBS HOME 1469 NW 51st Terr. Title MatchBETWEEN

important victory for the Kennedy administration whenit
In I 3 bedroom.
Rainbow large
voted; 217 to 212 to make a change in the Roles Committee Park. Stnxl living
of the House. The Rules Committee; will now have dOWD pmjmenL FHA fssan- 2 room, separate dining room,
; big
15 members three more than it had. This could help screened clean porches, plus
before the House that ciag More right in. Phone neat, separate rental The
quite a bit in bringing legislation cottage. Reverse cycle air Champion .
otherwise might not have been recommended for consid- NE 4-0500 or OX 15453. conditioner. Good terms,
ration will finance.
Floyd
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U. of M. DESEGREGATES 1.1:
Coconut Grove
: The Board of Trustees of the University of Miami on Young's Kiddie

Tuesday announced that the doors of the University are 3163 Carter St. Patterson
opened to all qualified students. College & Nursery
The decision was made at the annual meeting of the Very nice 2 bedroom with

board and the vote was unanimous. Phone FR large Florida room on beautiful And The Challenger
Last month the campus newspaper Miami Hurricane 1-6648 lot. No dosing costs,

proposed intergrating the institution and the student 0 no qualifying. I
leaders supported the proposal. On Tuesday the trustees IngemarJohansson

action was endorsed by the vke president of the student Well planned program CASH FOR YOUR LOT
government Hot balanced meals, pick-
The Rev. Theodore Gibson, president of the local op and delivery at parenb'coavenienee.
chapter of the NAACP and other leaders in the community : PL 7-S45 263 NW 79th St

as well as the general public are pleased with the decision =
to let down the ban. AT THE
The Miami Times extends congratulations to President -

J.body.F. W. Pearson, the Board of Trustees and the student HOUSE FOR SALE CONVENTIONHALL Miami Beach


Custom Built 3-bedroom Home

UNEMPLOYMENT Beautifully

r On all sides there can be heard business is Blow and Honda room fenced in yard Very good location t
.' It has flowed down, considering we are in the midst of Ton must see this home to appreciate hs many Mon. Mar. 13ADMISSIONS
our winter Mason. wonderful features I

, Florida State Employment Service reports the em- FHA All Seats Reserved
. ployment slump wont in ten years. Commitment'--$14OOO
In Greater Miami 21,500 people are out of jobs, 6,500more 1060 N.W. 77th Street
than in December.

I J. Harry L. Tyson manager of the industrial:: division
of the state agency said: $20
f;: "Tbe employment picture is the worst it has been
a since building materials and other supplies were hard to HOMES FOR SALEWe

get here in 1945 and 1946, except for the strikebound $50 $100 Ringside

r r days of 1958.. have 2 and 3 bedroom CBS homes in
I Nationwide the unemployment figure is now around TIKETS NOW ON SALE
( six percent of the available work force. The Dade figure new N.W. 52nd St. area. Call now AT THE

T<5presents about five percent of the job hunters.
;' If you are job hunting In the hotel or restaurant field, Action SIR JOfINHOTEL
t in construction, or In the garment manufacturing business, Realty

J your prospects are virtually nil at this time. TU 7-1536 276 M.W. 6th Street
I 'However, cheer up Miami is better off than most FR 33381PACE

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jfiJ Mozo, scout executive; Bam

,'::' r ,. ,,T IIS and uel Grant, scoutmaster. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1961 FACE 9
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High point of: the ev@ninr' I
the awarding to Sgt. Smith
Leroy
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\1.1Q. : the coveted Silver,Beaver Awa.rdfor MAGGIE'S BUSINESS
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bb. (II
!.. ,: THAT .. 1960. This award la given" to "
"\lj. one in scouting who haa rendered BEAUTY SHOP ..
.' :',. OPPORTUNITY ,
'" merItoriouS' ,,service,. soy'number a : "
of years. Formerly at. _/ \ ,
..... By RUTH. 'H. .POLITE.. 1751 N.W '3rd Av .- *. WONDERFUL SPOT IN '
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:
.. YL a-AftAAr _aa_ RkJMipffHE ._, _____________. Others In the area whop bate x"' FORT LAUDERDALE
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received the silver Beavw ,tore; Hat moved to .
CHARING LIGHT. God are being beard now more than' Dr. K. L. Pharrr 1945J; 'Charles 1420 4 Ave.And Completely equipped. Now
.'us that L. Williams 1951 N.W..3rd; .
giye Joy ,
we may give ever. Late one night on the air ; Arthur Mays, doing business. On
He gives us Joy that 1956; Alexander Brooks good
we may waves wafted the tune "TuxedoJunction" 1959., is Offering
share. Sometimes 'He busy street.Specializing.
gives us by the inimitable' Er-
loads to lift that we may learnto skine Hawkins who 14 now the I The cafeteria 'staff, under the A manicure or scalp i
guidance of Mrs. Mary'Wrightsto Treatment with in Barbecueribs
bear. Life is gladder when we rave of the west coast. This each
we share. Heavy loads rest be making this dinner one of the
light. came to written. take out. Special low
,
best since the inception of the :
ly too when we have learned to Maybe you remember: Chick '-
bear. Webb. He's dead. And maybe annual divisional recognition Rosa:,,Lee Dickey price .

you know where Tuexedo Junc dinners. Maggie Jenning ,
tion U that's a steel mill district ALPHA Melba ;'LucasCynthia $3,000
Dr, Wade In Birmingham, sAla. The KAPPA SORORITY
PEOPLE. Dr. Wade Ellis, the Savoy was a noted dance hall in observed Founders Day during a Gordon 1021H N.W. 6th St.
prominent chemistry professorof Harlem where the big bands regular monthly meeting which
Oberlin College, Oberlln, Ohio, played continuously. \ When one was held at the home of local Phone FR 1-9519 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

was a recent house guest of Mr. band signed off it would swing president, Ruby Mizell on Jan. 1420 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone JA 4.9758 I
and Mrs. Charles L. Williams into an unidentified, eight bars of 28. The group Journeyed to Ft. f.
Dr. Ellis Is visiting Lima, Peru In melody. The new band would Lauderdale Jan. 29 and Joined f.J
intereet of educational practicesand pick the melody up and swing their elsters! from West Palm nnn

procedures. Family Ser into its own signat re. To make Beach in a gala observance. The -V 3t 3
'vice' Bureau' is losing the servicesof this pickup, the bands had to ,program was focused on con.trlbutions t
FARLEY NEASMAN, one of come together in split-second made by the sorority
the foremost workers on the timing. In scholarship, foreign fellowship 11

staff. Mr. Neasman is to be One night Ersklne Hawkinswas ACIIR, health, housing. I Why Pay Rent ?
commended for 10 constructive on. The late Chick>Webb was
Within
the frame work of
meaningful years of work for the to follow, but Chick was a Joker. our
agency. He has provided direction He liked to ,play pranks. Chick community life we find the fol.
to youth in helping them to lowing in places of leadership:
kept Erskine
waiting four
adjust as well as helping families !. and that left Ersklne dang.minutes Mesdames Ruby: Mizell, local If you have steady job, you can qualifyfor

cope with the pressures involved ling in midair with Just eight president lotte Clark; Mamie, Grace Willams Albert,,Thena Char one of these nice home in the Liberty
in This bars
everyday living. of
tune
anonymous that ended

corner hopes that Mr. ,Neasman nowhere. Me kept playing and Ratcllffe Crowder Mary Dorothy F. Williams Edwards, Ida City area. FHA approved., Pay one mortgage -
'will not be required to l leave the Imrovising, and it sounded pretty ,
Ruby Gibson
Isabelle
city to find work, and that some good. Sharp, 1 .
other agency will, utilize this Rose Stewart Frances' Jolll-
After the,.,ftnal1 vette, Alice D. Harrison, Lois
experienced worker's abilities got off. the
Mrs. DQRA PATTERSON, hosted air Erskine;started to work with Hill, Ethel Once, Madeline Poi 1065 N.W. 58th Terr.-$640 Cash
the. LINK, Saturday evening, It., They dl<*'not have a title, but tier and Aurora Cr8Iwford.SHUT.IN.FRIENDS. .
Jan. 28. After a very lively meet. Erskine had a valet who came 1083 N.W. 63rd Street -$600 Cash ,
ing a delectable supper was from the steel mills of Birming
served '. Recently Mrs. D. A.; the ham. "'Th re was a place where my pleasure to visit Mrs.. It W.was A. 1095 N.W. 75th Street-$688 Cash \
(Laurell) JULIUS entertainedthe troHycars crowed the tracks
(Pearl) Patterson Sr., Dr. Rodney
and 4918 N.W. 8th Avenue $756 Cash
we used to -
Cwest Club The new run there from H. Pettier'' and Mrs. Ida Bell
'
the
'president of Orchettes Civic Club mills and put on,sour' fancy Jamison. lam
happy to
celebrated their second anniversary clothes' to go courtln'' the valet Interested friends that reportto they These prices include all down payments and all

by toasting new president, Junction explanlned." "We called it Tuxedo are mending rather slowly but closing coats No extra charges
A-lbertha- J. Caldwell with laven. comfortably. It is nice to know
der champagne and warm word ,Erskine solemnly said, "Thankspal that James Hicks is out of the
of pledged loyalty for the ensu you've written a song." That hospital' and back home. 1. We help you with all finance
ing year. New members were was the title he gave it and he 2. We have over 200 to choose from

Mesdames Thelma Clark, Evelyn made a record of it. The late HAPPY BIRTHDAY Greetingsto 3. We are open every day (including Sat. and Sun.)
Davis, Beatrice Burna MABEL Glenn Miller recorded it in a low : Mrs. Juiantta Stirrup, ReneeA. '
4. Ask about 3 and 4 'bedroom homes in the
REESE, president down blue style. The our new
of Florida record sold McCrary, Jessie Phillips, Feb.
Council of Human Relations was over 200,00 copies the first week. 1; George W. Holland, BlancheJ. Gouldls area (Only $195 down)
gratified with the program and It Is anybody's guess how many Carey, Feb. 2; Gary Townsel,
outcome of the recent meeting have been sold up to now. Anna D. Johnson, Cortel Owens,
held In Orlando. Mm. Mamie At any rate, a railroad crossIng Walter R. McDaniel, Sandra FORD REALTY Inc.
Williams was one of the delegates and a valet, a Harlem dance Williams, Feb. 3; Lona Culmer, ,
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from this area. Among the hall which is no more, and a Agnes Corker, Feb. 4; Emma C.
many guests 'were Dr. H. Frank. practical joke such was the Wells, Feb. 5 Johnalle John.
5524 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 7.2559
lin Williams and his wife stuff of which a hit'' song was son, George W. Kershaw, Wilbm .
Mrs. Wllhelmenia Gunn, the fab. made-"TUXEDO JUNCTION." King, Feb. 6; Michael
ulous one is in the city visitingan James Crawford, Feb. 7; Gloria
old friend, Ann. Lindsey. She BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA.The Stallword, Walter Edwards, Rob.
was the Sunday afternoon guestof community looks forward ert Burke, Cecil J. Harris, Mc MIAMI TIMES ADS DON'T COST THEY PAY l
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Mlncey with high anticipation when the Donald Foster, Moses L. Perry,
Cecil Harris has returned to month of January rolls around Made Smith, Elizabeth Espy CALL OX 1.0421 TODAY I It
the city and is back on the BTW each year It is at this time that Johnson, Feb. 8.
staff Grascienor Cooper, well the South' Florida Council of
known Miamlan and now ownerof Boy Scout of America stages its t
Cooper's Funeral Chapels, annual Divisional Recognition
NYC, was a recent visitor here Dinner, Monday, Jan. ,30, the din
and in Hallendale to attend the ner was held In the cafeteria of I
funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Aman. the Booker T. Washington High
da Bullard. While in Miami he School Alexander W. Brooks,
was house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Silver: Beaver Award winner of
Walter Kelly and in Hallandalehe 1959, was master of ceremonies.
was guest of his sister and Appearing on the program were Auto
!brother, Mr. Olga Cooper and N. the Rev. S. A. Cousin, Scoutmaa. liabilityINSURANCE i
A. Cooper. ter R. L. Dawkins, Principal
Charles L. Williams, Kennedy
.TUXEDO JUNCTION. Many of Mumford, Divisional vice chair.
the old tunes made famous by man; Arthur King, E. M. Luck.
the big bands "way back when" ie, Chris Thom, Samuel Culmer, ,

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I .. .......... M .-J4 ___;..."W" ,., "'""" WEST HOMESTEADThe second grade, Mrs. E. Johns; .... ,
third grade, Mrs. Floria Olbbs

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS initial PTA meeting was and fourth grade, Mrs. ,Thelma I ''J
held Jan. 18 in the cafetorium. and the
King. Charts, posters
-- with Mrs. T. Wilson the
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president presiding. chalkboard were used for _

FLORAL HEIGHTS I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA onstration purposes.
For n tone of variety, Mrs "
The Boy Scouts of Troop 98' SATURDAY, .FEBRUARY 4, 1961 PAGE 7 Barbara Thompson, physical ed. J. W. JOHNSON PTA
held their first "fun and FundRaising ucatlon teacher presented a
Jamboree' January 18. dance group In "Quiet Village.. The Johnson's Daddies' Club

The afternoon was packed with For Every Child MAYS HIGHIn This rendition was most enjoy. gave, its Initial kick-otf drive by \
exciting activities that affordeda able. Refreshments for the occa. sponsoring: a banquet on last

million dollars worth of pleasure Good Health: changing this world atrange of ours and we forever en. slon were provided ,through the Sunday afternoon. ,
for Brilliant colored of Ida's Restaurant. ,
everyone. courtesy
Nutrition counter many different things Dave Bondu served as toast-
candled apples! glittered in -
with which we, as men can iden. The eighth session of our master. Mrs. A. Coleman served
the sun, while the aroma of
BETSY STYLES SMITH RN tlfy ourselves. Self-Study Practicum was heldon in his stead until he arrvide. The
yards of cotton oandy ran ,com. By 4
The health of has favorable January 24 with the principal guest speakers were Mrs. Clora !
petition with channel 5. Hot pupils a One thing of course that has
dogs bathed with golden muss effect upon their learning always posed a king size prob. Mr. N. L. Bethel, presiding. Pearsall principal of Orchard J
Villa: School David
tard made the goodies complete.Had efficiency. The effectiveness .of lem has been man himself. Just Mrs.. Sherren, the consultant Dobbs Elementary ,
administrative dean at
a nice time! Wish you were the entire educational program is how does one draw a concrete was in attendance. Many and Dade
Junior
County College.
dependent in part upon the line at any given point and say varied discussions were made
Both speaker enlighteningviews
FRANCES S. TUCKEROn health of children.A that these are the criteria by centering around helping the of our children's gave future.
which all 'men are evaluated? i underachieving in reading. Bernard .
sick child has no place in the :
Pennington and N. L. i .Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Baker
last week area L held its classroom for his learning ability There are prcoaoiy as many Bethel discussed reading readiness ,
meeting' in Coconut Grove to is greatly reduced by illness.He answers to this question as there along with other visitors came
appraisal Involving the in.
which is also individuals. ; out to be with us on this gala
our school was host. a danger to others. are However thereIs terpretatlon of data relating to
occasion.
Neighboring schools' administrators a "twain" where men will inev. I
and representatives were on One way of helping children to Itably meet. And for the sake of guidance records. Mrs. Evelyn James Bowens PTA president;
hand to witness what was termedas maintain good health is to pro. discussion let us call this twain Raulerson gave an interesting Mrs. E. O. Primus. principal
report on the vocabulary teat of
vide them with a well balanced
a desirable school program, brotherhood (with a capital B).
pupils. Mrs. Dorothy the assls.
Representatives of morning meal. To this well l bal.
the
lush council curricu. anced meal add a smile of en Brotherhood as we know it is tant reading' supervisor, presented .
hand
and were on to expose couragement, a kind word. reasonable the giving and sharing of rights helpful information about the COMING.NAACP
comment on 'the instructional
alphabet test. Mrs. Maude Mc.
and just supervision.At and privileges to our neighborsand
aids
here
at our Henry presented a live demon
school. to ourselves. Our neighborsare .
the table children should far and many and since mod stration of the individual oral
On Friday night Feb. 3, at have some sense of success. They ern day communication and I reading test. Individual techniques
8 o'clock p.m. the faculty and feel only failure if they are critl. transportation are what they are for meaningful vocabulary KWACHA TEAFEBRUARY
staff ,wiH present its Teacher. clzed for not eating certain inhabitants the world over can development were given by

Parents on Parade. The event foods. A ,brief gentle recognitionof be considered "backyard neigh. elementary teachers. These tech. 19
promises to be one of laughterand the fact that the child has bore"
nlques. were presented fol.
fun for all.: The eaten of as
adult ad. some a food he dislikes lows*
mission is 35 cents and students may encourage him to repeat It has for some time now,
25 cents. We urge you to come this experience.It been our custom to wait until First grade Mrs. E. Harris; -

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out for a complete night of fun. year to set
The faculty and student body is generally agreed that to aside a special week for the pur.
invite you to attend the dedica. be adequate, a breakfast must pose of putting emphasis on
tion of our school which will be provide about one fourth of the Brotherhood. But Just one weekIs

held February 28 at 8 o'clock in total food needs for the day. A merely a drop in the bucket; NEED MONEY ?
the cafetorlum. typical breakfast suitable for all we should commence one big BUS
will contain the following foods: talnlng effort earmarked to lastas
school
The .
been
has named In
honor of Mrs. Frances Stewart a. Fruit: Citrus' or other fresh long as there are men roam. WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGESWE
fruit in season dried or canned Ing the earth.
Tucker retired principal who has fruit or tomato Juice. BUY LOTS AND HOMES '

rendered many years of fine service For many and varied Call
In b. Whole grain cereal; Resor. reason,
our community ed or enriched cereal, ready to men the world over have begunto
I. J. Meares, principalMrs. Ronald I. Baron
hot cereal with milk. evaluate themselves Indivi
L. Reed eat or
dually that Jt 4"32 43
so they can meet
Mr. F. Murray, reporters c. Egg: With or without ba. Mortgage Broker
others
on an equal basis. Here in
con.d.. Dreads made with enrichedor America individuals, organizations 228 SUNNY ISLE) BLVD
whole: grain flour: toasted and 'group of all descrlp. MIAMI 11EACII WI 3 5166

TENNESSEECOUNTY bread rolls muffins, biscuits, tions are doing a wonderful job
to promote !brotherhood
waffles or French toast.
QUIETLY e. Dutter or fortified margarine
The ideas that we share, the
peace for which we strive, t h o
MIXES 12 f. Sweet I spreads: marmalade Ideals for which we seek, and

jelly jam syrup or preserves. the brotherly love that is so desperately .
SCHOOLSNASHVILLE g. Milk. sought after can only be

Official said Skipping breakfast is danger. secured through the lasting unity

close to 60 Negroes enrolled for ous to good temper as well as of Brotherhood

mixed classes in a dozen David- well as good health. Anyone who Mays is really planning a
son County schools Monday, at starts the day with little food in Brotherhood program which will
desegregation started under federal his stomach is likely to experience greatly enrich the lives of boys

court orders.J. fatigue irritability and rest. and girls. If perchance your druggist. dON not have n supply of 82, lie
E. Moss, county superintendent lessness about the middle of the ,Brotherhood Week will be observed onu purchase it from FOSTER DISTIlinUTINfl CO., I', O. Ilex
of schools, said the transition !. morning also the body is cheatedof :by all public schools In 12054, St. Petersburg* Fin., area distributor F4fgyiy&f&r
started smoothly and that no food it needs for proper Dade County Feb. 1926.

disturbances were reported at functioning.
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Negroes any were eligible to attend may for the first time, have, his he .?*ys&.?qs..........................If;!;'....................... ... ,.......... ........ ....................,.'..f......................... I
previously all.whlte schools in noon meal away from home. *ttttty...yAty.*>y.MKtttyAtttt
the county. Whether the noon meal is eatenat }
home, carried from home or
District Federal William
Judge
served at school, it should be
E. Miller several weeks'agoordered
the start of planned with reference to the
desegrega.
chllds' total food intake Rebuilt
for
tlon through the first four grades. day.Our the Factory

City schools In adjacent Nash eating pattern usually
ville have already Integrated the follows one of two sequences: ((1))
first four grade Doth city and breakfast lunch and dinner or,
county avhools will integrate one ((2)) breakfast dinner and supper Motors & Transmissions,

additional grade each year under It is probably better to eat the
the stairstep plan which has heavier meal at noon and the ,
been In effect in city schools lighter one at night. More Important All Makes All Models I

since 1957.The than the order in which

( order to integrate county the three meals are eaten is that
schools came last year as the result they Include a variety of foods. 10,000 MILE GUARANTEE
of a suit filed on behalf of
several Negro children. Children who purchase their t
noon meal in the school lunch
rooms are assured of a well bal.

Hampton AlumniSet ancod tasty price.hot It is meal the at duty a reasonable of- ONE DAY FREESERVICE I


February 19 home.parents the to lunch supervise box brought the contentsof from PL 7-7603 PICK UP


Miami Alumni of Hampton In.
stltute have set Feb. 19 as their .i.
observance of Founder's Day. Practical Nursing

David A. Ivey, chairman of the Class NHSThe
'program for the occasion has revealed at

that two places are being field of nursing offers
considered at this time. Alumni many opportunities for an inter Motors No Transmissions
will worship in a group duringthe estlng and satisfying occupation.
morning service and "Fellowship Licensed Practical Nurse are t

Moments" have been employed in hospitals, nursingand Overhauled Overhauled
planned for an after five o'clock convalescent homes, doctor's I Money

hour. offices and clinics, and in private
Find plans were made Jan. 28 homes. At the present time there
at the home of Miss Mary V. Da- is a shortage of well trained Plus
vis. AH loyal Hamptonlana are nurses, so there are many jobs 39.50 Down 29..50Parts !
requested to be present. Carl A. available.The Parts
Williams is chairman of the Practical
group. Mr. Marian II. Shannon next class in J
.
is co-chairman, and J. Otis Hay. Nursing will start on February
20. Application' are now being
wood publlclty-llason. accepted. Applicants are inter
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COMING at Northwestern High School In

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KWACHA TEAFEBRUARY 17 years old, and must ban

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supervised rest period at the St. John Tot Center I PLUS
where children are allowed to relax and sleep to the Hi- NAACP To Give THE RED,WHITE AND BLUE SHOW OF THE YEAR I'I'g. I IJUUET"piDWSE '

Fi-stereophonlc strains of ,modern lullabys. All areas of
our school are hospital clean. Our lunches, snacks, juices Kwacha TeaThe
and milk are the best obtainable. We have central heatingand Miami Branch of the
cooling. We pick and deliver in downtown Miami, I NAACP will give a Kwacha Tea
up
at the Sir John Hotel, 276 NW .
Brown Sub ,and Liberty City.A 6th St., Sunday Feb. 19 from 4 <..x.I0 .
big service for a small fee. Just $5.00 per week to 7 p.m. Invitations to this very
per child. Special rates for two or more children from one unusual affair will be mailed
within the next few days and
family further details regarding pro. ;?tw
The St. John Tot Center is licensed and is operatedby gram and other attractions will "y 4 b Dd Md a.G .
the church. Our address is 1328 NW 3rd ave. For fur appear In next week's paper.
Keep the date Feb. 19, open.
ther information call FR 13212.
You won't WAnt to miss the
Kwacha tea!.
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1961 Florida Normal Alumni
Association will have a call
meeting Feb. 8 at 8 o'clock at NAi WA!
the home of the president Mrs. ""uS
69th at. AH members friends 'NORMAsT,uoo tooILLawwH TECHNICOLORe t
-THE Y'S MEN'S CLUBof 59ith st. All mmebers friends (+acRON 0 P'1'etst
and Interested persons are ask.
Carver YMCA
Reduced ed to attend this Important
PRESENTS meeting. SUN. MON. TUES.
MM. Bessie Stiles ,president;
$295 ,Down The Talladega Mary Oenerrett, secretary.

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AIR CONDITIONED
2-bedroom CBS just painted CONCERT

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TEMPLE BAPTIST WHO WILL BE "MISS THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Rev. and Mrs. IraMcCaU''Say Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor I SATURDAY FEBRUARY 4,. 1961 PAGE 9
Sunday School 9:SO GETHSEMANE?"
ThanksThe Morning worship 11:00

spacious and beautiful TU. BSt Gethsemane Court No.. 338. ,'' w
home .ot Rev. and Mrs. Ira Me Evening worship 7:00 Heroines of Jericho, will: soon 4 ,. :
C l1;*f''Tbe Virginia" at 800 NW First Sunday services will be celebrate Its 9th anniversary by ,'1C
67th et., was dedicated Sun. crowning its new Mrd -. Qt/onL
on as usual The Lord Supper will queen ; Si/ipr/tm ..
day, Dec. 18. be admInistered Dora Wright is the retiring ,1 ". .
',Friends from both morning .and Mrs. Ducln Porp /H t
far
; and neatcame and evening, and the choirs will queen 'Mamle""lligg.", .
,to join In the festivities. sing jointly and Mrs. Mary ,Brown are; con J e Non-Stop Aatnle : ,
During the dedicatory services The men met last teatants for this year's honor. ''TUf -
prayer was offered by Rev. Paul evening and selected 'their Saturday. The public Is being asked to vote AM to SuntfownfOHILDRKNl
Golatt, pastor of the Macedonia) for the coming contest.cap.4ns The for its favorite contestant. Tblj .. .moot the dwellers of the,deep
Church of God In Christ In Rich Is an annual event of Gethsemane
women
are allowing them to You'll Moo/ftnfattfe d'; 4N c.tww-
mond Heights. Appropriate scrip"ture a good start JUSt to Prove get Court. The date time and placeof f.-to-fct,without hiving dry/tautCRQUflRIUfn/ .
was read by Rev. Charles thing. some the celebration will' be announced Under a Free \
Uptgrow. associate minister of later. e 14 Half Prf.4BM
Mra., Ellen Wallace,
a memberof 1
St. John Baptist; Church. choir No.1, "he"." '..4'11-.
Mrs. .
The? house by the aide of the returned from Serena Green, MAId "
road was'recited the Bahamas this week from Mrs. Addle D. Pierce, See RIOMlNBAOKtR" OAUSBWAV(1O I. .
by Mrs. S. Per. .
more than a month's vacation. Mrs. Ellen Taylor, Treas. "' .eo.Ol DOWNTOWN MIAMI) "
kins. The story of 'The ,
Virginia"was '
told by Mrs. Curate Gamble, Florence She was Hepburn left In Nassau and Mrs.,by MarIan Mrs.. "'j 4'2F 2!:" : t,>:M>.",.:!:.,,:-:, ,.,,.4.Lll" ........,....*.".........w.........IMM w.Y....................."'.....' ..,,...*. .''..U'..*..o.ftr ,.,',,
state supervisor of the Women's Atwell who returned home 'CdAti11 N.ri./ARN ..:...r..o;:...55..K***. *Vi"*.*n//.M/* + +61A& .t ri&..:* ..:*+.1Ai IA&mw IA'S.1'+ A wi ...*yw k1A fcw M.'A'1A&' =F..wwif4ww A IIR/A74 tR*. !..'MAAIA jyHsywJ M yfkst"d N1Zity
Department of the Churches of after Christmas. :
God In Christ of Eastern Florida.

pastor Dedication God In of Christ the by 6th Rev.Ave.J. C.,Church,:;Jackson of, Celebrates 23rdAnniversary i n: GOOD NEWS .\ 1 1E

The photographer was James

Simmons.The guests were served fruit j ifi Are You For A Future? ,

punch other ,delicacies.fancy cookies, cake and Looking

The McCall children, Virginia,
for whom, the home was named, !UII
Shirley Joan Walter Eugene,. Ira
Jr., Marvin Lewis, Queen Elizabeth .


the were spacious, entertained served .Florida fruit their punch Room friends, They fried In II( ARVER. A .RE'Ui $ Pt


cles.chicken Organizations. cake and represented other dellca.wereas &t .


follows: John Griffin Post No.
165, American Legion, Melzle ,1 i


monlzers.Singers Coleman Eastern Star and Chapter Churches, the The No.Splrltiyfcl Miami 29 representedwere Order l Master Har.of ;):t! Look And See Before You Buy? |


5th Ave. Church of God In ""iii
Christ, Macedonia Church of God i
In Christ, St. John Baptist ni
n[. Paul AME of Coconut Grove, JU "'. o. w. FOSTER
Israel Bethel Baptist, St. Paul ;l! Hide Your Car To The
AME of Bryant Fla. "By the grace of God I am .:,:t I: Property
Gifts were of Indescrlbale beau. vhat I am; and his grace whichd IK
ty and without number upon me was not In vain; but M 9 A DEAL YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR
The festivities lasted from 3 I laboured more abundantly than
P.m. until far Into the night tehy all: : yet not I, but the grace
Rev. MoCail, hla wife, Mrs. Isa. of God which was with me." 8; '
See it Walk it And Plan Your Future
bell McCall and their children The members of the Antioch on ,
say thanks to the most wonder. Baptist Church celebrate their I'1
ful friends any family could ever pastor's 23 rd anniversary be. ;uJ: For Your Security and Retiremen'tIn. '
hope to have. You and yours are ginning February 2 through
always welcome to "The Virginia February 5. The services will be ; .
." 800 NW 67th st. conducted as follows: HiIf
Thursday, Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m., BUY SAFE BE SAFE
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Rev. W. M. Mason and congregft. If
tlon. Host auxiliaries. Deacons .
Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor and Trustee Board.
Phyllis Myers, reporter Friday, February 3., 7:30 p.m. Its
Sunday School . . 9:30: Rev W. C. Edcar and congrega 3t 11 I DIRECTIONS
Morning Service . . 11:00: tion. Host auxiliaries, Deaconosa jt
Sunday morning Rev. Stephens I Board and Woman's Home Mis- tJ FROM MIAMI
delivered the message which was was best ower upon me wac not in in ACRES
"As Jesus Was Passing" which rain; but I labored more abundantly t
was taken from Matt. 9:9.: than they all: yet not I, 2 I
Sunday night Rev. McGrlff, but the grace of God which was y x
l
from Hope Sound, delivered the with me. tt
message. I 'Itt
Our pastor is doing very well NFA State Fair oo
now. Again he was back in I ;n1
church. We were happy! to H
see r
Goulds Chapter of New Farm.
him. Deacon II. Wade Is 111 in I rr
K
era of America will send 60 r S495 f'
the hospital. We are praying for
members to the Florida State
I H
him to have a speedy recovery. .n!t
(Gaspurllla) to take part In the .
The Home Mission Is going to Achievement Day program which :u H
have a program on the second
Is to be held on Feb. 10. K
Sunday. Three member judges from the H

NEED MONEY members Goulds the chapter state of 52 of chapters will Florida.compete throughout with- ;ii I I $10 Month I INO i

$25 to $600 Approximately 2,000 NFA

Call PL 8-3653 members from 52 chapters will!
attend the fair. II. A. Thompson,
IDEAL LOAN chapter advisor, will accompany DOWN 'PAYMENT
the members. $ i
6105 N.W. 7th Are.
James M. Simmons, principal;
Dave Boone, reporter. NO INTEREST ,
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I SATURDAY, ,FEBRUARY 4, 1961 PAGE 11 I


BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. Attention All Vets }

Selma Bird member of The American Legion William ;
the Palm Springs, Cal. Baha'i Henry Bethel Post No. 281
C&trdt Assembly, will speak at 8 p.m. la urging all veterans to join u*
Sunday, Feb. 5 at ,the Baha'i In Richmond Heights and let's
metaGRACE
Center, 137 NW llth ave. Her make this a strong community.We .
subject will be "The Power of are still working and havingour
Positivity." Everyone Ls cordial. Saturday night affairs eitherIn
ly invited to attend Phone Miss the Center or at the home ofa
Solomon, secretary, FR 1-5420 Legionnaire. Also we are ask
for further information Ing each and everyone to come

PRESBYTERIAN TRIUMPH CHURCH Lutheran Church out to our tournament which
FIRST UNITARIAN will be each Friday night at 8:00at
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. Prince C. Mobley pastorSis. the home of Joseph Steward
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor C. McKinney., Sun. post commander 14660 Filmore
reporter Begins Worship "Furniture for the Mind" will
Sunday School 9:30Morning School of Wisdom . 10:00:
Service 11:00 Y. P. E. Band . . 6:30( The first service of the Liberty be the sermon topic of the Rev St.For further Information contact '*
Evening Service . . Evening Robert W. Sonen minister of the
7:0i worship . . 8:00( City Lutheran Church will be Joseph tewart. Edward
Wed. Night Study . 46 SW .
8:11 Each Sunday held this Sunday Feb. 6 at 3 First Unitarian Church, Hanna Jr., or Murray James Jr.,
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. until 9 o'clock morning on radio at station 8:45: p.m. In the Carver YMCA NW 29th Road ou Sunday, Feb. 6, chairman of publicity. INDP

WMBM 58th st. and 15th ave. The speak 11 a.m.That.
the -church
The renders
morning sermon, Feb. 5, pray. :;:,
er will be the Rev. James Bon-
will be given by the Rev. Samuel era testimonials singing and
/ evening at 8:15: the Jefferson .
man, whose theme will
sermon
B. Pinder, pastor of the Ebene.zer preaching for the uplifting of: Join TIle NAACP
mankind. The of be: "Who Is Jesus Christ.T"Sunday Club will meet at the
Baptist Church, Governor'sHanbour name the pro.
Eleuthera Bahamas gram" Is "The Words of Eternal School classes for church for a discussion of "Un. r:
Rev. Finder Is visiting us, hav Life. children age 4-12 and Bible employment and Recession."
preached only a few days ago the Each Saturday classes for tennages and adults
eulogy for his deceased father, singing night there is a will be held at 2 p.m. The Rev.
program at the
Samuel H. Finder, who was fun. There ia no admission. church. Walter Pinnt will be in chargeof I
eralized at the St. James Baptist the Bible Class. Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE
Church. Rev. Pinder serves his
home community not only as a Everyone is welcome to attend ALSO CONTRACT
minister but also as a memberof Pastor Douman and Pastor Pinnt PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
the police force will be glad to I provide further Licensed and Insured
Information about the Lutheran
Mrs. Melvina Powedl sister of Church, its history and Its teach,, Colors Mixed Free Free Estimation and Consultation

the deceased, expresses her ings. Come to the West, end of Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.

gratitude to all who have shared the YMCA, the 58th st. entrance Time payment plan available-Phone PL 9.3231BA'RILEY'S
in her consolation during this this Sunday.
time of bereavement.

Last Sunday about 15 youth Church of The Open Door
attended the Presbyterian Rally '
t ,
in Ft. Lauderdale. This Is showing (Congregational)
a fine enthusiasm In the: life Rev.' II. C. McDowell pastor CUr-RATf STORE
of the church.
A. E. McNeal, reporter
The The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
congregation Is Invited to Sunday Is Communion Day,

the First Presbyterian Church of also Fellowahlpping new mem. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
Coral Gables this Tuesday at 7:30: y hers in the church. It will be our

t Florida p.m to learn more about the I first communion In our com. The finest products at Cut Rate Price
Presbyterian College.: We
pleted new sanctuary at 786 NW
hope to have a fine delegation to 61st st. All members should be WINTER MEDICINESLydia
attend this meeting. present and we welcome all
friends and visitors to worship / rinkham's 1.50 1.00 8SS Tonic ............ sum A 1.45
with, us. Scott's Emulsion 1.70 08c Dr. Plerce's Favorite
ST. PAUL A. M. E. Super Anahlst 2.0O & 1.00 Prescription 1.05 1.10
--- The board of deacons and dea. Super Anahlst Nasal Now Zyrone 7 pins 1.89
Rev. M. J. Fayson. castor
s Mrs. Lee conesses met In the church lounge Spray .................................. 98o Father John's
t2 Sunday School Cray,, reporter....._. When Jehovah's Witnesses Tuesday night for their regular Super Analitst Medicine ............ 1.S5 A 75e
Morning Service 0M40., .-*.._.._..... 11:00 931 ton convene High at School Booker this T Washing-weekend, meeting and the trustees met Tablets ................ 080 A C3a Swamp Root ........ 1.85 A 75c

Evening Service ,...... ,.,....,-.. .,:oe they will be addressed by their Thursday sure to hold night.meetings It's quite in a plea our OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Sunday was missionary day. new nrl District Supervisor, Henry L. beautiful lounge, decorated by JOHN A. MoMINN. Owner

The missionaries having complete selt. the women of the Fellowshipwith ,.
.. Mr. IJrlssett Is a native of Jamaica Mrs. Telley as chairman ofa
A
charge. timely message I
delivered by our assistant pas. BWI, and has ,been In the' job well done. Mrs. Crowder is
tor, Rev. Matthews. ministry for the past 40 years. president of the Women's Fel
Slayton It
was very inspiring. Sunday nightan He is a graduate of the Watch lowship. Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
near Ithaca New York. !

interesting play sponsored by ,During the past 6 years he has w., ivm : : infmr\mi trr/ -- .
the missionaries directed by Mrs. 1..1 mmeu BitruBOUQlBtnrfnrvarau warim mif 11 Ifla Viu mv UHwm arm M MUM -J1't._
raveled: abroad visiting
England,
B. Fayson. Don't forget love
Italy, France, the pis
Netherlands :
feast Friday night. Sunday is our
Holy Communion. No. 3 choir In Belgium 'Germany and Luxem
burg. ANNOUNCING y yEli
sick.charge. Please remember the The keynote address will bo g ul ulD

_ Sunday, Feb 5 at 3 p.m. The
subject "Is 'God Interested In

MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. The Affairs of Men?", will be Eli
discussed Mr. Brlssttt extends Lutheran Church jJ

S. A. Thomas, pastor a personal Invitation to the pub.
Mrs. J. S. Walker reporter IIc to attend all sessions.

Sunday School+ . . 9:30 M
Morning worship . 11:00
BTU . . . . 5:00
Evening worship . . 7:00 MT. HERMON A. M. E. D Worship Services Ii;

Rev S. L. Gay, pastor
Tuesday night, Jan. 24, Mrs Sunday School . . 9:30 ,
E. Mack, who is leader of the Morning Worship . 11:00 6.KK .
Sunshine Band, directed the Evening Worship . . 7:00: KM : 3:00 P.M. SUNDAY
young children: of our church in Publicity CommitteeOur
a great performance. The group
presented a "Tom Thumb Wed. :young minister Bro. Alvin -
Ing" which was most delightfuland Jones, Is reaJly making a M. '
enjoyed by all who attended.Let good record for himself. Everyone Sunday
this be an incentive to all of In the services on last Sun' 1 YOO' 'I
us to do our best In the servicefor dal was thrilled with hli mes.

God. age, "The Mote in Your Broth. 2sOO P.M.
:era Eye and the Beam in Your p *
Another delightful .service was Own." fi
9 rendered on Sunday at 1718 NW
5th place. Mrs. Fannie T. Williams The missionaries were in
sponsored an afternoon tea. bloom that is, they were all in 5 Bible Class
A fine program and a delicious white and the services were
repast were enjoyed by all. carried out very beautifully
*
Come and worship with as The usher board No. 1 wishesto 2:00 P.M. SUNDAYCARVER
whenever It is convenient for tbank all who made their pro-
you. gram, and anniversary services
at 3 p.m. a great success.

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST We look forward to Sunday, YMCA15TH
February 5 when Holy Commun. I,
1571 N. W. 8Uh Terrace Ion will be administered It is
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor your duty to be there so that we
Fred Williams reporter might commune together. j AVE. AND N.W. 58TH STREETBegining
Sunday School . . 9:80 ,

Morning worship . 11:00 )

Evening Service . . 7:00>> Income Tax Time! ,
Feb. 5th
The music on Sunday will be Need help to fix your forms. j
rendered by the Junior Choir.
After the 11 o'clock service there Just bring Information to I II

will be baptism. John E. Hatcher, 15030 AND EACH SUNDAY FOLLOWINGEVERYONE

Harrison St., CE 5-3864.
Saturday, February 11 there

will, be a lade at Deacon Fred Richmond Height I

Williams' home 1620 NW nth Reasonable, dependable. WELCOME
St. I
NOTARYINDF l g4
Each Tuesday night there is I. .

prayer meeting at the church. -_' Ja'-IL\.TI_RJJ.rmu.tJuJJ'morJum.JrrOt1um: _: Jm1lJf _
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ,. In AppreciationWe bless you all.
--, --" 1 Mr. and Mra, John W.
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1961 Broward wish to express our heart (McKeever :.
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"..i t.. felt thanks to' each and everyonefor 4715 27th St. ,. ,
County West Hollywood :,
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ByWalter


W olld, Over y LEO B. ARMBRISTER ; Rowe .F' .;I Gala BazaarCHURCH


Star Light Lodge No. 542 will
I VICE AND CRIME OVERPOWERS I ture. '. meet at the Masonic Temple on OF THE INCARNATIONChurch
SPORT AND I Unbeaten Dick Young of Pembroke. Road, Friday night,
RECREATION Philadelphia scored hU 12th Feb. 3. All members are asked grounds 1835 N.W. 54th St.
Inrecent straight victory using the TKOweapon t.q. be' present. ,
head to demolish veteran 'f
lines weeks have the beenso i Charlie Cotton of Toledo In Itl4 The CWH Fire Dept. meets Friday and Saturday, Feb. 10 and 11
repltltlous of the eighth round of a schedul. Monday night, Feb. 6 at the
with the most ed 10-round affair. Chamber of Commerce Building 2- 11 p.m.
unpleasant activities Young displayed his ability to Members are asked to attend.
of the take It by bouncing back from a
AND FISH
DINNER SALE CHICKEN
youth of our' seven count knock-down In the beauticians' of West Hol.

city, that Look! sixth to batter Cotton in the lywood and Hallandale are mak. GROCERY, CANDY, BAKED GOODS ,
ing The Sports: z seventh and eighth. Ing .plans for a Valentine.
World Over has, M; SCANNING THE CONTRACTS dance and style show on Feb. 13. DANCING, RIDES, WHAT NOTS
been forced to Contact your beautician for tic

make a special I Roger Marls and Don Drys- kets. Music will be furnished by I( SPONSOR: THE
,W. C. Baker and his band at CHURCH'I
note of ..this dale, two of baseball's most illus
the Paradise Club in Liberia.A .
alarming situation. trlous names were inked on con I I
This column, which is dedicated tracts for their respective teams,
farewell given for
party was
to giving comments on the the Yankees and Dodgers. It is '
Mrs. Sarah Graham of New
activities of those athletes, received $33,000
per. reported they
York City at the home of Mr.
sonalltles and organizations, American
each. Marls was the
and Mrs. Enoch Whitehead, her
which tend to elevate or help League's Most Valuable Player I
cousins in West Hollywood, I
make more pleasant our general and Drysdale was the National 6401 SW" 17th St., on Jan. 30.
sport interest, found that although League's Strike-out King for the An enjoyable evening was spent HARLEM SQUARECLUB
-the situation is of a very past two years. and food and refreshments galore -
serious nature, it is by no means The Giants front office, mean were served.Brownsville.
too far gone to be brought under while, Is astonished at the balkof

control Willie Mays to sign on the PTA
A startling fact is that there dotted line. This is the first time .
are many more youths of per. Mays has even given the second Plans Bazaar ',":' Proudly PresentsA
sonable character than otherwise. look at a contract; but it is be.
Why then is there a bigger bid lIeved he will be brought into Gigantic "Battle of the Blues Show"
in the field of crime than in the the fold without much alarm. The PTA of Brownsville Junior
area of sports and recreation? High School has planned a ba
The answer is a simple deduction 01110 STATE DREAMS OF zaar to be held after its regular ,
the youth on the crime teamis OF PERFECT SEASON meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9, SUN. FEB. 12
very accessible, because no at 8 p.m. The bazaar will feature
It ia a 1000-1 chance for a
time, effort or sacrifice has been articles made by the students In ,
basketball team to go through a the Industrial Arts and Home-
spent in his training, thus leaving y
unbeaten but Ohio State
season
;
making Depts. and the
him vulnerable for foul acts, Special
TWO STELLA PERFORMANCES
Is toying with giving the idea the
while the virtuous youth whomay Education Class. In addition, parents
good ole college try.
will contribute household
only get a casual mention is
Stradling the hal!-way point in articles, clothing and pies and .
left neglected to himself
pull MATINEE
up 2
the season, they have a 15-0 rec. cakes. 6 P.M. 5
by his own shoe strings being
ord and to be getting ,
seem The bazaar is one of the "
helped only by his own initiative waysIn TEENAGERS AND ADULTS
and determination make stronger each game. which the PTA, under the >
to
good. Luck is a big factor in such an leadership of Mrs. Charlotte
adventure; everything has to Wright, will raise money to com. ADMISSION $1.50tax
Then too, the ratio reverses break in favor of the team, no plete some of the projects that it ( incl.) No intoxicants at
sold
when the dimensions of the field : Injuries to key players, team has undertaken for the Improvement Matinee
of practice is measured. Vice spirit must be kept high and of the school and '''commun
and crime have a boundless area ,most of all, stay clear of those ity. NITE
SHOW 10 2
to roam in; but vlrture and horrendroua "off" days, which ,p.m. a.m.
character have only the small plague all teams. So far they ADULTS ONLY
confines of a few high school have !been able to:overcome these

gymnasiums and two or three hazards; how far can they go; CBS Duplex For Sale Advance
$2.00 Door $2.50 (tax incl.)
spaces, mockingly called parks.It for the present at least, they
has been that the are still undisputed first place TABLES
proven MUST BE
RESERVED
Live FOR BOTH SHOWS
rent free in the south
youths of our city are healthyand riders. Following Ohio State the
active; thanks to our wonderful AP rates St. Bonaveture, Bradley of 54th St. Beauty, completely ,
climate as any in the and Duke. furnished. Inly $995 Y. FEATURINGSAM
nation; so let them have the
added advantage of preparing down. Call today. We also

themselves properly for the responsibilities COMING have 3-bedroom CBS. C2.

of adulthood. Give ,
them physical, moral and prac. NAACP Pan American Realty c
tical support to defeat the team.
of vice and corruption. KWACHA TEAFEBRUARY OX 1.8371

BOXING 19 _
Fights of the week found
Jackie Donnelly, Buffalo light COOKE
weight using a fast hooking at
tack to pile up points and get
the unanimous nod in a 10- 6Egm'EieiLr
round decision over Bennie Gordon '
This was Donnelly's 22nd PLUSB.
victory against one loss and one
draw. won| B. KING
Holly Mime of Washington
a, unanimous 10-round decisionover
Ike White of Philadelphia. PLUS
Mima' power and experience was
too much for White who was Etta JamesELLA
SAn coon
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IN MEMORIAM I CARD OF THANKS House'of Albert "

Iii sdd but l taring& memory o{ : ., .
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our dear'ehteI'ktns. I True family of the idle 1 Mrs t
Geofgllna
Mrs: C. Davis of
., ELIZABETH WILLIAM Roberta Bethune who was fun.eralized :1
2770 NW 43rd Te IIr., was fun
VhS .departed this life February 6d January 26,.wishes to
erallsed 28 11
January at a.m.
to thank the m mbrs of Mt. NIal
3, ,1980. .
,
at New Mt. Morlah Baptist
May she test in peace and'1Ighfperpetual '' Sinai Baptist Church, add fill ChUrch
A. L.
Shlpp pastoofficlating
Rev. ,
shine upon ,htir.JMrs. their many friends for their ; ;j
flurvivors
Beatrice Hudson, slates11frs ,prayers and kindness during their are a
daughter, Mrs. nia( Anderson E a 1
bereavement. Thanks
also the
Olivia Johnson, elster to {
Range Funeral tfdnie for its son, Irving Davis, a broth, nrnE '
grandchildren and five great.
wonderful Imf e.
.
IN MEMORIAMThe I
grandchildren.
.Mrs. Rosa Bethune, mother
family of the late Mrs. Willie Allen, sister
JAMES McGRADY JACKSONwho And Family M"rs. Mary Roach, pioneer Mln1an -
passed away January 8, 1961 < of 113?' NW 1st court, died
gratefully acknowledges the kind CARD OF January 22. Services( conducted CARETAKERFor TV NOT WORKING?
THANKS
expressions of sympathy from all, January 27 at'St.. John Baptist children, at home. 1219 NW If you live in Liberty City or

of its friends. We, the members of the Church. She is survived by 66th st. PL 7-3326. We pick up Brownsville we will repair your
'i ? ,. familyof four sisters brother, niece,,
Mrs. Minnie McGrady the'l' late, > a and deliver TV on credit. Pay weekly. Free
Jackson. and Family FRED WILEY and nephew. I estimate. Call OX 1-9426. Indf

wish to extend ,our sincere and POSITION WANTED !
IN MEMORIAMIn heartfelt .thanks to our friends David' G. Williams of 10540 Experienced, depnedable young I

loving memory df our dear whd so grftctouflly! embraced us SW 170th st, Perrine, was the lady desires office Jam, portrait FOR RENT
departed husband, father and with kind thoughts And deeds victim of an auto accident Jan. studio, cashier or waitress. Ph.
Services Feb. 4 at
29. Saturday,
grand fathel'.tAMES during our bereavement. 'Bach I 2 p.m. at Sweet Home Baptist. PL 9.0802. ROOMS. Private entrance. 1387NW
A. ROBERTS courtesy that you extended was Church. Surviving are his widowa 60th st. PL: 4.3603 after 8
who died February 3, 1984 deeply appreciated' and helped Us p.m. Mrs Davis.
daughter, mother five sisters
FOR SALE
"Years to bear the sorrow which filled
Way come And go forever '
and three brothers. The body
but our haarta. We are indeed grate LOVELY Colored
ydur face fs ever like will be view 1 Friday. HOME. New
on p.m.
the glowing setting sun." ful to you .'ONE 3-BEDROOM, carporte neighborhood. $25 per week, option
Mrs. Irene Roberts, wife The PamflyTHANK CDS home. Stove and refrigera to buy, very small down.
And Family tor. Recently remodeled. Can Maybe nothing. 2769 NW 69thSt.
.have your choice color outside
YOU Range NE 5-5666.
and other. A real bargain. Call _
IN MEMORIAMIn The family of the late, CE 6-4246 for information FURNISHED ROOMS. Couplea
Willie Gray of Sweet Water,
MR. SILAS ROLLINS
Sad but lovlhg memory of acknowledges with sincere died Jan. 26. He was a native of HOUSE. CBS I preferred 1980 W 66th St. NE
appreciation A 3-BEDDROOM 3.9908.
our dear onerTHEOPIULUS and gratitude the floral Newberry, SC. Final rites were Well kept with fence and awn. !
remembrances, telegrams conducted in NeW1b rry. $1,400. You ROOMS .
con ings. Equity only 2114 NW 56th St Private
.. A _.i.'_ dolences and other Expressions begin where the owner left off home.
of sympathy. We are most grate" Fred' b. Coffee of 1969 NW $61 per'month. Call CE 5-4246.
ful to friends and neighbors whd 6th ave., died Jan 28. The body LAfcOE 'FRONT ROOM. B 4 t' h

rendered invaluable services dur was sent to Eastman, Ga for TWO BEDROOM Homed CBS. and kitchen. Nice and clean. $10.
ing our saddened hours. final rites. A wife, Ollie, a in Perrine, yards fenced in Call NE 66283.

Special thanks to the ReY. daughter, step-son two sisters I and make an offer, CE 64246.
Aaron D. Hall, Rev. James Pic- and two brothers survive. $360 down payment UNFURNISHED 'new 2-bedroom

kett and Rev. J. C. Bradley for duplex in Liberty City. OX
prayers and words of consolation, NEW DUPLEX in Perrine. Reasonable 1-7766.
to Ebenezer Methodist Church, Albert Hill of 16315 NW 23rd terms. A real buy for Income

Y k'ibA Pall bearers Lodge No. 11 and court died Jan. 29. Services will property. Call CE 64246. UNFURNISHED 2.bedroom. cot.
be held Feb. 4 at 3:30:: in
I of the Range Funeral Home for ser p.m. tage, 1335 NW 57th St. PL
S Mt. Hermon AME Church. The
CHOICE LOTS. One whole acre
vices rendered. 1.&176 til 4 'p.m. then PL 900013BEDROOM
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Our hearts were made lighterby body will be placed In the churchat In Richmond Heights! and Perrine
A ,6 a.m. Saturday. He is survived
sympathetic understanding HOUSE For rent.
,your May God bless each of you. toy his wife, Mary, seven child CBS home in Richmond Heights, FR 37830.
,Mrs. Lenora Rollins, wife ren, two sisters and three broth 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, enamel

,Mrs. Alma Mann, daughter ers. kitchen cabinets, large utility, LIBERTY CITY. Two bed.

Mr. Oscar Walden, son Beatrice Bitten large living and dining room. room furnished apartment. Suitable .
Mrs. Rebecca Brown, sister Mrs. of 1728% $100 down, $24 per week or for sharing. Adults only
Mr. Walter Rollins, brother NW 3rd ct, died Jan. 28. She can be paid on monthly basis. 1235 NW 68th Terr. PL 4.6966
was a native of Sail City, Oat Call CE 6.4246. after 5 p.m.
Services will be conducted Feb.

IN MEMORIAMIn 4 at 1 ,pjm. in St. Matthew FreeWill $260 down. Duplex completely APTS. 1 bedroom apt. $16 per

memory of our dear aunt, Baptist Church. She is stir furnished. 4 rooms each .aide, week with stove and refrigeratorNA
vlved by a daughter, Mrs Alice garage, 2 ,bath rooms. Newly 16953.
CALVIN Sullivan a, eon Frank, five grandchildren decorated inside and out. 60x106
and four sister Friends corner 'lot 1801 NW Slat Terr. FURNISHED For nice
ADDERLY SR. ROOM.
call at the chapel. 1 p.m. NE 32772.
who passed away February 3, may couple or single 2137 NW 59th
1952 Friday. St. NE 5.1920.BEAUTIFUL .
NICE, Small fully equipped res
"Like a ship that's left its moor.
taurant. In good location. Full
ing Mrs. Roberta King, 343 NW 1-bedroom duplex
price $760. MU 8-0266 for ap-
And sails ,bravely out to see, 9th St., apt. 33 died Jan. 31. Ser pointment. 746 NW 62nd et apt' furnished 1928 NW 52nd
So someone dear has sailed awayIn vices will be held from the chapel St.

calm serenity Tuesday at 1 p.m. She is survived 76x
Street. One
DOTS NW 77th ROOM
But there's promise of greater by her husband, Peter Jr., residence private home. Cooking
joy her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 100 corner. ; one 76x110 65x100 residence. privileges. Call OX 11877.

Than earth could' have in store Rogers, seven brothers and six one down
Low
Owner MO 7-1304
For God has planned a richer sisters. Friends may call at the 8-BEDROOM House, CBS, near
payments downtown. Call OX 1.8371,
life, chapel 1 p.m. Monday,

Beyond the unseen shore" 2-BEDROOM all tile features.Lot .
The Family Sylvia Lorraine Griffin of 1250 HAVE A NICE Front room for
50x100, partly fenced. City
NW 62nd st., died Jan. 30. Services rent at 2275 NW 73rd St. OX
frigidaire, stove, washing
water V 1furnished t
were held from the chapel cash. FIIA 1-6233. ,
IN MEMORIAMIn Thursday machine. U 2,500
7741 NW 10th ave.
sid but loving memory of NICK LARGE room.
,Yr Call OX 1.6704.
our dear mother, RUMMAGE SALE 6180 NW

pl I IN MEMORIAMIn 22nd ave. Good used clothing, ROOM IN Private home. Single

.* memory of our loving household items, toys Open Mon. woman or couple. 1960 NW 58th

::3 mother, .thru Thurs. Feb. 69. fit, NE 6-8916, Mrs, Bessie Jack
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MRS ROSA LEE BROWN who departed this life January, TAROE CAY IN EXUMA Cay son

who departed this world into 24, 1956 croup, Bahama Island with NEW STORE. 1216 NW 12th ave
r a eternity February 2, 1960. Gone, but not forgotten. beautiful beaches, fresh water, Suitable restaurant You Buy -
Gone but not forgotten.We The Family and good harbour. For informa We Fry.
loved you but God loved tion call J. N. Gordon at 3155 or
you best. write P. O. Box 214 Nassau,

Ina Blachshear, niece Bahama.
Charles B Newton, nephew Rummage Sale I Help Wanted

Mamie L. Kershaw, niece 211 N.W. 4th Street I
'.I Mon. to Thurs. FOR RENT YOUNG MAN with high

1 MIAMI TIMES ADS school education to train as

DON'T COST THEY PAY Sponsored by FURNISHED 71st St. Call ROOMS.after 5 1444 p.m. NW OX apprentice printer. Call at

The Ladies Auxiliary of t 16073. F4' 6740 NW 15th Ave. Saturday

CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY r. W. V. POST NO. 030 Feb. 4, 11 to 1 p.m.
",> : rURNISHED One-bedroom apt. interview.
,",.. ." '.".,.' m' li\1 ''r-- -- --- Modern. Adults. MU 1-0325, 729 for

.U;,, NW 66th Terrace. ::: :;

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$8.50
.. I c:#' "'A >FURNISHED weekly rooms. $295 Down
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MRS. CALCIE CULMERwho House. 2170 Washington Ave.,

3, 1949.departed this life February Community Ambulance ServiceUNDER Opa Locka. F4 New CBS Home

Gone but not forgotten. UNFURNISHED apartment. Nice

The world may change from year NEW MANAGEMENT quiet p'ace.! 6306 NW 16th ave. bedrooms, 2 baths, In
to year FR 1-9797 or NE 41886. Indf t
Our lives from day to day HollywoodPan
But the love and memory of you SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS LOVELY 2.bedroom 'house with

dear mother, living room, dining room, kit
Shall never paM away. chen, Florida room, bath with American Realty
Mrs Zlllle Jones, daughter Owner bower plus car porte. Beautl
/ B. O. Harper, ,
15th Avenue
.W.
6701
Mrs. Ella Hobbi, daughter fully landscaped In the heart of! OX 18371Advertise
Edward Daniels, son It li
Center.
W..E.: Manker Manager i Edison Shopping .. .. ::: :::
Four granddaughters .;. Miami, 'Florida.t 11'25 I Ideal for quiet and comfortable : ; "' : ;

One grandson r' I living. Apply 500 NW 8th ave It PaYI'CARDSMEMORIALS
Five great grandchildrenFive i PL 8.0792.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA whatever so long as it was cloak. Sunlight: tion was conducted Roux Products by a representative
of on
I ed in the garb of the realign
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1961 ment of political subdivisions" Chatter Box Jan 24.We .

I Keep Sunday, Feb. 19 open for ware all very grateful to .
the NAACP Kwacha tea to be Visiting the Sunlight School of our visitors for helping to make

11'1111! !BS 8 E. &e e l held at the Sir John Ho.tel. Bee Beauty Culture .on Monday, Jan. our week another interesting and
you there.James. 23 were representatives from informative one,
Summit Laboratories of Indiana,
Along Freedom's RoadBy RandolphTo Ind., and Charles The students are looking for.
Lewis demonstrate on students ward to Bill Simmons, Persulan
Marjorie Snyder and Alice John. Clinic on Tuesday, Feb. 7. Our ,.
RUTH PERRY Conduct "Medea" son, assisted in the styling. Much Instructor, Mr. Julius, will be on
a 5e was gained from the demonstra.tion. hand to deliver the welcoming
1. James B. Randolph, drama in. I address. David Burns Is workingvery
who believes that NAACP general counsel, Robert
Any person structor at North Dade High who members hard to make this event
Also visiting were a
the Negro is entitled to all the L. Carter. Mr. Carter, who argu I
is directing the play of the sea. I from the State Board of Beautyculture successful, one
rights and privileges accorded ed the case for the Negro pla.ln.tiffs
Sons "Medea," Is well experienc who lectured to a spell
,
other citizens and who is willing along with Fred D. Gray of ed in play production I bound audience of students. They Our schedule is always an in.
to work, within the frameworkof Montgomery, Ala., said: Randolph, who has received his complimented the school and the teresting and constructive one to
the American constitutional "I am inclined to regard thisas master of arts degree in dramat. students and were well pleased) follow
system, to secure these rights, the most significant court decision .
ics, feels that Media
their findings.
the
high
on with
Mildred Burns, reporter
may become a member of the in the field: of civil rights school level is indeed a challenge, Another interesting demonstra
NAACP uponpayment of a minimum since the public school desegregation not only to the student but also
annual fee of $2.00. decision of May 17, 1954. to him as director of the produc
There is no longer any doubt of tion.
MEMBERSHIP AND GOALS
determina.
the Negro's growing "Some of the rehearsals to
Other annual membership fees tlon to become important equa date have brought me a great RUPTURED ?
range from $3.50, $5.00, $10.00, tion in the nation's political deal of satisfaction; North Dade
$25.00 and up. There are life structure. It is equally evident has, a great deal of talen within Iff fIn ..... ftflto .......o
memberships for adults at $500 that the future of the country'smovement the student body," revealed Ran. AItw e.m..... ."" .. -w-
and for children under 13, $100. toward full equality dolph.
determined in the PILES RECTAL DISEASESDR.
While the membership of the will !ibe pout

NAACP !is predominantly Negro, cal arena." : :Willie be : Cummings as Medea LONG'S CLINIC "C1r":.w": : ?
all of ran compared with any ama.teur .
persons whatever race,
The controversy in the case
color, faith or national origin in the comparable- part; as
arose over a 1957 Alabama stat. a woman scorned she
who believe in the NAACP pro. is superb"he
ute that changed the boundaries added.
gram, methods and goals may of
Tuskegee home of famed Tus.
join the association Randolph studied drama at
kegee Institute. Before 1957 it
The NAACP seeks to end racial was a city of four aides, with a Western Florida A Reserve and M College University receiving and Central! Life Insurance Co
total
discrimination and segregation population' of 6,707 of
his master of arts degree
in all public aspects of which 5,397 were Negroes, and
from the latter. He was also the IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
American life. This .objective includes 1,310 were white. Its 1,000
.
equal Justice under law; qualified electors: included 400 recipient of a Rockfeller Fellowship CONSIDERATION THEIR
in Dramatic Arts from
protection of the right to vote; Negroes
Karama theatre in Cleveland

violence personal security and police against brutality mob; As redefined, the city had 28 where he studied for one year. New Family Group PlanFather

the end of segregation in public sides, giving"the semblance of a Before coming to Miami he was
education, in transportation, in "set dragon. Some 400 Negroes director .of the Charles Ollpln Mother, Children-All Under One Premium

housing, heath and recreational were participate deprived In of the right to Players of Prairie View A and M Newborns Automatically Insured at Birth
local elections. ;
facilities, In libraries and muse
College. Presently, he is first vice
ums, and in such 'Places of public i Within the city limits there re president of the Florida Inter. AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
mained
accommodation as hotels, 600 white and only five Scholastic Speech and Drama
theatres and restaurants. Negro voters. The Supreme Court Association. Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
unanimously reversed the dismissal From
WHAT IS NAACP? of the suit by lower courts
I and sent the case back for trial. Order Eastern Star

The NAACP is today the na. In its ruling, the high court as. $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The
tion's largest civil rights organization serted that unless Alabama offL School of InstructionThe
with more than 300,000 dais could refute the charges
members in 44 states and the that the statute effectively fenced Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
instructors of the Schoolof
District local of Columbia. There are out the legislation Negro: voters from the city, Instruction of the 0. E. S. Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
1,200 branches of the as must be held un
held their first: meeting at the
sociation which was founded in constitutional
1909 to work for full equality Such legislation, Justice Felix lovely Rudolph home .of Mr. and Mrs. 0 ,
Bradley, 2965 NW 62nd
for Negro
Americans. The Frankfurter concluded in the
St.
The
NAACP is an American organlza. opinion he wrote for the court, plans meeting to further was highlightedwith the knowl.. Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
tlon in origin, philosophy and violates the Fifteenth Amend
program and the association has ment which .forbids denial of the edge of the Order. 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla. -
always refused to cooperate with vote because of race or color To The charming host and hostess.
Communist-dominated or Com. rule otherwise, Justice Frank delighted: their guests with & dellclous
munist-front organizations.The furter said "would sanction the repast of turkey with all OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
achievement ,by a state of the trimmings. It was enjoyed by
NAACP works along three impairment of voting rights any all. 176 N.W. 14th St. WEST PALM BEACH

main lines in pursuit of its goals. All Matrons and Patrons. are MIAMI 602 N. Rosemary Ave
It uses the courts of the land, ####" '##" " '#" asked to ,meet at the Masonic

state and federal, to secure Justice COMING Temple on 3rd ave., neaf 17th FT. LAUDERDALE: FORT PIERCE
and level Jim Crow barriers.
st, Sunday, Feb. 12, 3pm. for
It works for enactment of lawsat Instruction. 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth St.

national, state and local lev. NAACP
Sister Viola Hill is es: to protect civil, rights and Sister
KWACHA TEAFEBRUARY Mary Monroe, dean
ban racial discrimination It
Instructors
are: Sisters Lillian
carries on an educational pro.. 19 Scott, Bessie Bethune, Ethel
gram in efforts to create a climate Curry Cora Solomon and Mae

of opinion in favor of equal .#######" #" '#'##### /"I"'I Either Bodie. EASY CREDIT OR PAN-AM CHARGE
rights and human brotherhood.

Through these ,legal, legislativeand .
educational programs the Tire Sale
NAACP seeks to attain its goals.
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City URBAN LEAGUE 60 year history of rstaU has '
chosen a man who has blazed for t
-------- By FRANCES E. PALMERThe Once again, demonstration PICKS NEWDIRECTOR ,himself one first after another." I

? against racial discrimination In Mr. Young, 39, will take over
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the organization's ton professional '
Ever Ready Social This time it hap
Club DEATHS Ing the peace. from Executive
job current
attended services and the"ipenpetrators" Whitney M. Young Jr., dean' of I.
recently at pened in Oklahoma City .
Director Lester D. Granger ,
Mrs.
Caroline) Manuel of 900 School of
the Atlanta University
AME Church. "crime"
Bethel Rev K. D. of this '
who Oct. 1 1961. Mr. ::
Thomas retires ,
St., died at her residence selectedby
Social Work, has been
White preached a wonderful aer. were four whites and five Ne.
elected to 1
Jan. 17 after a long Illness. the Board of Trustees! of the Granger was recently
toon. This club has been organlz. groes. One was a priest Father I the presidency of the International "01
Services
ed for 17 years. It Is doing a 29 at 2 o'clock were conducted Jan. Robert ,iMoDole, who said "We National Urban League to be theorganization's Conference of Social Work.
from Beth executive dl. i
AME
great Job.Maxwell. were standing in line at the en. new
Church where .she was a faithful trance of the cafeteria softly rector Henry Steeger Sr.,
: Shavers, the president, m mber. humming religious songs, when League President announced to.
presented Rev. White with a gift Survivors are' three daughters, the police. came and told us we day. EXPERT WATCH AND
and he thanked them for attend. Mrs. Viola Thurston of Key West, were disturbing the peace." Mr Steeger said, "Mr. Young
Ing service, and Is welcoming Mrs. Carolyn Wilson of New has been chosen with the unanimous CLOCK REPAIRS
them to York Disturbing what peace? The consent of the board. We
come back again. and Mrs. Susan Corker of Andrews' Jewelers
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peace "keeping your place?
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Jacksonville, four sons, Herman I are delighted with his acceptance.
The Usher's Board No. 2 of Manuel of Key West, Charlie i The one's peace own fellowmen of exaltation? This must over ,A dynamic and vigorous 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Bethel AME Church Manuel of leader who has a record distinguished .
met at the Washington, D. C.;
have been the kind of of ,
church on Jan. 16 at 8 p.m. with Glenwood: Manuel and Willalm which peace well beyond his years, All work guaranteed
the beloved
Jesus
spoke
the president Mrs. Frances E. Manuel of Key West, a sister when He said, "Think not thatI I am convinced that iMr. Young 40 Year. In suslneaFR
Calmer Mrs. Charlotte will move the Urban League for.
presiding. After a short Davis, Key West 3.0152
am come to bring
business 12 peace on ward to exciting new achieve.
session Our grand children.
pastor Rev
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earth: I came not to send
peace merits. An organization with a
K. D. White Installed the follow but a sword"
ing officers? Mrs. Leola Broxton of 3.C, Ft. The sword He brought was a 6 aa I. .a"&I& a ."ii .a

Mrs.: Frances E. Palmer/ pres. Village died after an extended scalpel to cut away the cancerof
ident.1 Mrs. Cleora Lopez, vioepresiIent Illness at Monroe General Hos prejudice and hate It was
pital Jan. 23. Services held TV Service CallsALL
; Mrs. Louise Robinson were meant to "disturb the peace" of $1.50
secretary; Mrs. Marie Green.as- Jan. 29, 2 o'clock from Primitive inhumanity, a manifestation of
slstant Secretary; Mrs. Mamie fi. Baptist Church. Surlvora area which in this day is racial in.
Sawyer, treasurer; Ulysses Rag husband Genesis, a mother, equality. Jesus was crucified for MAKES-ALL MODELS; PLUS PAnTSLARRY'S
Mrs. Maggie Contrail of South "disturbing the peace" of the
land, chaplain; Mrs. Marie Green
business manager and reporter. Miami, a daughter, Mrs. Beulah prejudiced, the self-righteous, T.V.
Lee Deareres of New York, a the hypocrites of His day.
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i THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA mates. against the deal. Seven, Patten, should be less, rather than' more
Beckwlth, Boyd, Prultt, Spaet this year. But are they ; %
j 'PAGE' 16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1961 Last Friday evening the Senior and Welts' voted for the pur
Citizens of the JESCA and a chase.
number of friends enjoyed "An
.......... ..... -;= Appreciation of our own Ameri CORE has made'n attempt to CIVIL SERVICE, ,
can Heritage" when the follow sit-in and lunch at the Royal
,ing program was given at their Castle Sp tar no dice. EXAMS ANNOUNCED
I JUST BROWSIN'By / ,clubroom, 6304 NW 14th are., FREQUENTLYJob
,
Mrs. lona Dukes
presiding.
0 Miami !Is looking forward to security can be :yours
Presentation of 1>program Mrs. having a freeport at Dodge Island .
PAUL R. HENRY Sadie Vincent; Milestones between or some other site. by preparing now for com

_'_ __ ___ ..L-_-..L -.... ----_ 1861 and 1961, "On Free. ing Civil Service\Exams.
dom Road." Mrs. Mamie Gill Negro The >;recommendation comes For information write
Well, Ham, Just three-and-a- Your Browser predicts It will Suirltualr Rev. W. ,V; Geary; from our new governor Farrts Servile
half years old and weighing Just get nowhere. All four membersof A Literary Digest of "From Slavery Bryant. Under the freeport plan .National Training
37 Jbs. brought the bacon borne Dade County's delegation are to Freedom," by John goods can be .imported and ex. Greenwich Conn.
Leaving Cape Canaveral on against any more legalized Hope Franklin and "Up From ported tQ Latin America without F14
Tuesday he went one hundred gambling.: -Amen, Slayery' by Booker T. Washing payment of custom duties to the
fifty-five miles Into space flying ton. Reviewer was Filford Bailey. United States. This should be I
5,000 miles an hour and returned quite helpful Miami Is situated
safely. Now he leaves It to Negro Major League At long last Metro Commission In a logical position to handle. .Brand New Home
players
some scientists to go, and do are resenting having to train in and William Pawley, goods to and from Latin American
likewise Congratulation Ham. the South under who, owns the Miami Transit Co. countries both by .sea and i
humiliating
clr. EXTRA DELUXE
stances. They are tired of living and other bus lines have come to air. i
The six Americans convictedIn in flop ,houses and eating In sec some the commission kind of agreement.has In fact, N.W. 59th St. Cor. 9th Ave.
voted
Cuba for trying to Join FidelCastro' and rate restaurants during purchase the Pawley bus to More than 48,000 homeowners
wereentenced spring training. In Arizona system Down
revoluatlonlsta
Ne Only $3,000
gro players with for the sum of $7,706,274, the Who were completely covered by
Tuesday to 30 years Clubs will be the .chicago I same price they had rejected as that $5,000 homestead exemp Open Sun. 4-6 p.m.
accepted
Imprisonment. They were luckyat with other along being too high. tion and,paid no county taxes at
that. ers with the players. Negro play all, will be paying taxes, for the CAPPER_ CONST. CORP
White
in Sox who train The vote was 'not unanimous, first time. Their homes have been
Sarasota
Thompsonwell will not beable to four commissioners INDF
Dorothy live in Haverfield, revaluated. With so many more
known author, lecturer and hotels with their team. Allen: Thompson, Gordon voted people'' paying taxes: the taxes
newspaper columnist, was found - --- ....- -
dead In her room In Lisbon,
Portura', on Tuesday. She was

66 years old. Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the Community

Edward Canadale's (G 2) bodv
was found In a canal at SW 66th FOR A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
ave and 74th st. on Monday.
Police raid he apparently fell S v
from a bank Into the canal. e tn.

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John as Lamar.6 of Hollywood <',F
'a truck driver was givena .
fivA-vear 'Jail sentence Monday tviV
by' Criminal Judge$ Ben Wlllard _
Lamar stole drugs from a p' ,.
wholesale firm valued at $2,000 _*!*?- rii :,

and !soM! them to another man k
who peddled them.

The FBC' train, "Ohamplon"I m
on Its way to Miami .
by a trailer truck and three of! _
Its diesel engines and 13 of Its; _
18 cars deraIled. The truck driver -
was killed; two went to the ""
Halifax Hospital at Daytona and I
12 or more were treated at the.
II.
Ormond Beach Hospital and re. This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours '
leased

The -Windsor t is JUST BUILT THIS NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOME WITH G. E. OVEN AND
now expressing her penLup '
feelings over the way she and RANGE, SCREENED-IN REAR FLORIDA ROOM LARGE BEDROOMS.
the Duke of Windsor have been ,
treated after he gave up the CLOSE TO SCHOOL, BUSES. NO CLOSING COSTS. ONE MORTGAGE ONLY
British Crown to marry her. Af
ter 24 years, she complains of TO PAY. SEE 2991 N.W.
43rd TERR.
what she calls "y'ars of proaecuHon $795 Down Open Sun. '1.6
." She is telling about It !n pm
the magazine and the press ----- - ..
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Mrs. Charlotte Hawkins-Brown
well known educator and found. CARVER RANCHES Opa Locka. New CBS 3 bed For couple or single person.

er of the Sedalla Palmer, N.C.Memorial, who died Institute Only $395 Down room. Close to schools, one mortgage Small, cute house. See 1941A

stitute recently she, was founded buried in from 1901.the In. 3 bedroom. New CBS. One mortgage only. $85 month. Nice area. NW 58th St. In rear of large lot.

Dr. Brown was born June 11, to pay. $85 month. No closing ONLY $195 DOWN $50 MO.
1883 In Henderson, N. C. She See 1541
was educated In the public costs. Move right in. N.W., 154th St. '

schools, State Normal In Salem, See 5341 S.W. 19th St. I' J

in Massachusetts and later aHarvard t Only $595,Down.. ..
University and We1te.sI gtfg: :: g5ftgag5gsg: 5g5gissftg3agy j
3tgaigg See 1923 N.W. 58th 'St.
y College.. She had honorary degrees .
from Livingston College, Only $495 DownFor "
N. C. College. A.M. (Hon.) This 2 bedroom, home with .

LL.D.Howard, Universities.She Wlliberforce., Lincoln, thia 2-bedroom CBS home Opa Locka. Custom built. 3 bedrooms -
Only $395 DownOne
was an author and a with oversized all rear Florida hardwood floors, oven
speaker of note. A member
of
the Congregational Church, mem:' room. See us in a hurry 1 Jr and range, on water front. For., mortgage to pay. Hurry

'her of the National! Association '!. the particular buyer. See this.
of Women, the National Board of r
the. YWCA, Interracial Commit. -::'- *""*
tee of the South and president of Only $495 Down 1831 N.W. 155th STREET
the North Carolina Federation of Another good purchase. This

Colored Women's Club She has 2 bedroom, newly painted. Closeto Only $1,495 Down cute little home for couple.
left a monument that
will live
In the hearts of generations yet bus, shopping, school. No Total price $5,500. $50 monthly.

unborn. closing costs. Move right in. One :- ::: ;J''J '
mortgage. Only $395 Down
Another
effort is being made
for legalizing gambling In Dade See 1088 N.W. 55th Ter. GORGEOUS BEAUTY!
County. In fact, In the state. I See 7531 N.W. 15th Ave.

: :: ;!1 I II Open Sundlay! 1-6 p.m.

.. DUPLEX! I iQ _Curu M M rf2MIO"g!' P* *f ::: ?<
WE BUILD I See 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.
NO MONEY DOWN Beauty. Furnished, 2 carports, : Another low down payment

city water. Terrific: location.I Double home. A real doll house. 2 bedrooms
Lots for Sale corner lot. Carport for
Cash Priced right. : carport. This i* it!
paid for lots or homes two cars. Luxury home. Built-fn

See 3 to 5 p.m. See 5200 N.W. 10th Ave.I I heaters, vanities, large Floridaroom See 7753 N.W. 15th Ave.

Brand new lovely 3 bedroom city' water, close to buses,

2 bath garage, oak floors, $1,495 Down shopping. See Tracy. Only $495 Down

tile roof, built-in electric Rs lM s a ees .e.u .r e e n_..e.a.v..e. _____ _ _
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containing a self-addressed, stamped
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Jim' .g.trion B.o'zx, PAGE

; I Operation Crossroads-Africa.... 2
I
I Profile! Maxine Lowe-The girl

i who sold Rockeller a painting.. 5

I
I Shoot The Stars
What I Is the relationship of Romoion / by Isaac Sutton.................... 6
/ Ghandhi, who was In New York

and appeared on the program "The The Faces of Ann................. 10 13,
Editors/ Speak, to India's Mahatma

Chandhl? DEPARTMENTSQuestion ..

Mrs. Shirley R., N. Y.C. -' .
Box, 2; Food, 9; Beauty
Rajmohan Ghandhi the grandsonof Hints, 9; Music Whirl, 11.

Mahatma Ghandhi. COVER H*t: <:


LORRI Pro"Swinging : ;:
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Can you give some statistics on .:>; ,', T :.: ; .
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Bobby Darin, and list some of the
songs he has written? NEARLY completed small library in Sanniquellie Liberia

Rosemary J., San Francisco/ Co//
l.

Darin is 19 years of age and his

birthday is May 14th. He's 5' 9" w '

and weighs 155 pounds. Bobby's

first record was "Dealer In Dreams"
which he wrote and recorded in 1957. In the New Year" with OPERAr/ ON
Other Darin recordings written by TONE which celebrates Its 2nd (
birthday with this Issue, Is Milwoukee -
himself are "Love Me Right, "Wear Wlsconslan Lorrl Mason
My Ring, "I 1 Wanna Spend Xmas who wasn't quite two when her W4 7:
photog dad caught this excited expression. -
With Elvis
"Delia, and "By my Daddy Torrell Mason,
Side. said Lorrl was screaming Happy
New Year I



It jlr A Congolese tribal chief visitedthe AND NEXT ISSUE. .

United States last year on a 45-
M day tour. What was the nature of his SPECIAL REPORT!
visit? EDUCATION, RUSSIA

d John F., Tuskegee, Ala. Written by Dr. T. Winston Cole, t tI
Sr., President, Wiley College, Marshall -
In addition to Texas This article is a I N '
sight-seeing
Para-
clear, factual, comparative reporton
mount Chief Mwant Yav visited many the differences in the educational I

American universities seeking schol- systems of Russia and the c,.
United
States Dr Cole a distinguished
arships for his tribal youths to attend college president, recently .
schools in America. lie also sought returned from a two-month travel l n.a
technical study-seminar in Great Britain and
assistance for his
a country. Eastern and Western Europe where
he gathered first hand information r
for his informative analysis of the
What/ Is the reason behind Congressman world's two great educational sys a
tems In a nation which "controls"
William Dawson's refusalto education almost from the cradle
serve In the to the grave, are there advantages?
of
position Postmaster
Read SPECIAL REPORT- the c,sTi
General In the Cabinet? February Issue of TONE

George C., Houston, Tex. i

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Sorry, George, but we really don't Donald W. Mcllvaine
know any more than what has already Editor and PublisherCarl

been published in the newspapers E. Smith
Managing Editor
Charles W. Leonard
Associate Editor
Readers have written asking about Vincent Tubbs
the people behind TONE. In Novem Associate Editor

ber a picture of Donald Mcllvalne, Edgar M. Harris
the publisher Advertising Manager
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December Edgar Harris, advertising/ / TONE Is distributed
nationally :
manager. In this Issue TONE Intro with newspapers in selected com-
Aux duces Charles Leonard munities Editorial and business

editor, currently serving, a associate tour/ of offices 37 Illinois at 702 Copyright E 63rd St 1961. Chicago, TON '. MISS/ Diane E. Nagle, of Lake Forest, Illinois, talks to 'I rrr,

duty with the U S. Army. rights Publications Incorporated.. All i Leonean, S. Fei-Cole, African leader of Crossroads Pro''( I

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SMITH/ / College junior Lucy f C reeney, 20, 131.L IL DING l a school and teacher's quarters, Croisroader' Karl B Robinson, 22,
of/ Y shovels gravel for one room of Haddenfield/ ty l J works with a Dahomcyan> student in the village of
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1!L CROSSROADS-AFRICA




OUT OF THE TURMOIL and conflict that ha* seized X11W
African Continent in its surge for independencehas
come a new operation called "Crossroads Africa .
Fll

Born in 1958, "Operation Crossroads Africa," is an
American experiment of youth-to-youth diplomacy which R 11 11do 11f

quietly attempts to bridge the gap of misunderstandingsand ..
misconceptions of Africans and Americans.It .

was to this Continent, which sorely needs roads f
and schoolhouses, doctors, and teachers, but most of all
sincere friends to help its people leap across the ages, 4 /
that more than 800 American college students applied in
1960 to fill the 170 vacancies to work in eight countries.

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These carefully selected students from 100 American
LiLl
colleges and universities by-passed the huge metropolitancenters .. Mb
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of African countries, spending most of their two
months working with Africans .in the villages and hamletsof ALL I bands work' together to build a village school/ C O ROAD 9T( 'DlTS take time out for chow I

this sprawling Continent.

For seven weeks, divided into 14 groups three in
Nigeria, two in Ghana, two in Senegal and one each in
Cameroun, Togoland, Dahomey, Liberia, Ivory Coast.
Sierra Leone and Guinea Africans and Americans catalogued .
and built new libraries; built schools and village
market stalls, a hostel, a doctor's residence and widenedand
cleared roads"Operation .

Crossroads-Africa" was conceived by

the Rev. Dr. James If. Robinson, a Negro Presbyterian 1 r
minister of the Church of the Master, New York City
and founder of the Morningside Heights Interracial Com-
munity Center.

One of a number of privately-financed voluntary student .
work projects abroad, Crossroads-Africa looks to
the future and to the time when hundreds of American and
African students can say "I have the very definite feel /JOKI'/'\ (, '1""ith a I Liberian, < ollece/ ..tlulenlm '\Mor? S7f( 'niT" (,HOl' PS from Sierra Leone. (,utnea
ing that my contact with Africa (or America) is just be- rnvia' is Miss' Sorj/w/ M' Hrjliinz I right a 1 lunar / //a"rJmev and Ivory' (nat, arrive in Liberia for
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in one of the many homes and offices '"
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in oil I, an abstraction of a mid-
western landscape called "Song of the Midwest."
It is the work of brilliant young Chicago artist Maxine
Lowe, who was as "surprised as anyone could be"
when she received a letter while studying in France
last summer from the Governor's secretary stating that
he was interested in the painting.The .
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scenes which Miss Lowe completed shortly before
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the Midwest" was one of two paintings submittedby
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