The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00252

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Killed in Clean-up' ;

is Launched TodayARREST .. ,

Auto Chase. 'd: The Dade County Tuberculosis '

,. .. Association today launched "Op \ _1
John Mllledge. 28. was killed in a car ldfyo. have been stolen Roman A. Fiorella, 40, of 2381 oration Clean-up, a community
on Tuesday when a car in which I In Gainesville.on Sunday. West Flagler, driver' of anothercar health and improvement program +
he was a passenger( hit another Policeman 'Allen Lively said and his two passengers, re. CLEARS 18 THEFTSMetro under the guidance of Dr. Edwin

car and cvMhed into a utility that at about 2:30 a.m. he stop calved bruises.A Shirley. asked to j
Householders >
nple0tt. SW 3id st. and 12th ave. ped a slow-imovlng car oaf West Detective' J. R. Cro. are ,their
& Marshall, 35, of 226 NW Flagler fit. At he left his police fingerprint test identified martle said the arrest "of four clean up the refuse on'
driver of the death cruiser, the driver of the other Milledge, who was released in Juveniles early Tuesday cleared premises and improve/ its appearance and*
to Jackson' Memo car snapped' into reverse and triedto 1969 from Raiford Prison after 18 unsolved South Dade burglar by keeping lawns
critical condition run ,hlm down.. The driver serving a term for armed rob. ies. The detective said the shrubbery trimmed.
with a fcro QyVjeck and fractured changed gears and sped away. bery. He was wrongly identified youths, admitted breaking Into 18 blsh Friday collection a special will trash be made and rub in
skull. q Lively. jumped into his cruiser Tuesday as Thomas Gardner by pay telephones and laundromat boundedby
The accide l occurred when and gave chase. He was joinedby ; a Social Security card found in i il machines during the past 18 the project's pilot area,
NW 4th and 7th aves. and NW
PWun Miami police a patrol wagon.. his billfold. I months. -
PU/f l -+ 6th and 10th streets.



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ar.,p +',i .1 Gets
> NOW $20,000for
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r Jt,wl'1fv7 ;t... Racial StudyThe

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:, 'Kd ( local unit of the National

Organization of Women for here."
Equality in Education (NOW)
announced on Tuesday a $20,000 "The way to do this"ris not to i
research project to seek out potential let the fires build and then try
integration trouble spotsin to put them out. We 'want to locate .-
Dade County before they de. 'I
the potential trouble spotsbefore ,
velop into serious problems.
? trouble begins." I 't
According to Mir; Robert W.
Sonen, president of Florida NOW With the help of the University
the study will be financed by a of Miami social. scientists, k
grant of $9,800 from the Field: the research will make inquiry
Foundation and an equal amountto
for the varying attitudes on
be raised locally. I
school :'desegregation in the county

bTBBiTP"pr r. ,., ... r- d _"IlI'. ..... .. -- -..- ,-, The organization Is a combination and try to learn how people '
I of other women's groups.Including ,
Marion Anderson T by the local members of Northwestern, 'D. T. Washington, United Church Women, would, react If they heard that
negle Hall; Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Carver, Mays, Dorsey and National Council of Negro Wo the schools in their neighborhoodwere I
went to Carnegie ; raise money to help edu. Brownsville. The group or groups men and the women's division of to ,be desegregated sudden.
Belafonte went to ladles from the Dade with the best presentation will the American Jewish Congress. J ly.
-and area. receive the cash prizes.
to Carnegie now -Hall. Jabberwock was taken from Mrs Sonen said that the aim It U. expected that the study p
are: Marsha Kemp, the theme of Alice: in Wonder of the group is to promote de. will be carried for two
Morman and Roe Lee land and as Miss Jabberwock segregation through "a peaceful on years.
Yes, Jabberwock
In fact It is just These )young ladles are reigns she will be royally enter. transition. We want to try to Florida NOW plans to Include p
16 for the title of Miss Jab tained.Be avoid a New Orleans situation men's organizations
ker.the Dade County Who shall it bet sure to support your local I'I'u u',
*i you may witness : for first. second and groups in this endeavor. Can we J
f production. This prizes will be North Dade, count on you?

I -WE A 11-4 I j jI ;. I

Robert C. Weaver, New York
housing expert, was approved as

Dixon YM' the government's housing admin.

I i l Istrator by the Senate Banking
Committee on Tuesday. The vote

was 11 to 4.

Weaver, 68, was appointed by

President Kennedy to the highest I
The rights of poet ever held: by a Negro in the

owners, liability : : federal .government.The r
personal accidents '
I center of lamina committee, acting shortly' 44

p.m at the second after a public hearing, on Wear

Family Forum at er's appointment, sent the nomination
The lecturer to the- Senate where it
Dixon noted
Florida Civil met with some opposition and

will speak on the debate. However, the Senate

(.or the Layman," gave its approval on Thursday
sent an up-to-date
law as It streets Anthony L. Simons presents dedication to PTA work.
family from the PTA membership trophy to Mn. !: Mr. Simons came to Miami In
automobile to the SLAYS HUSBAND Harcourt Sweeting, president of 1 1949 He and his lovely wife
apartment. Mrs. I man with a switch Dade County PTA Council Rosalie, are parents of four sons

will preside. knife In his chest stumbled WITH BUTCHER The January meeting of the and two daughters. The oldest
The forum Sunrlie Blvd. in Ft. Laud. Dade County PTA Council was I lon, Anthony Eugene, is a faculty
with A large and held at the Hooker T. Washing.ton member of the East Opa
Audience. Three early Tuesday, fired two KNIFEA High School. At this meet. Locke Elementary School.: Mr. i
.' the Miami Board at the fcVhad been ing Mr. Simons presented the Simons Is past president of
gave top and ..I"vr ,, B rbY. gas butcher was killed .with a organization with an \S.l Inch Northwestern Senior High PTA.
Smart Way to where bt*"- la. ".$ be. butcher knife wielded! by his wife bronze trophy. I baring served In that capacity i
The forum to pumps' ear:Wednesday as the climax I for tour years. For three years
more Sundays. I to a prolonged quarrel., I The purpose of this Is to en.. t he served as publicity) chairmanfor
topics to be WAS Identified by sheriff; courage Increased membership Ill' the Florida Congress of
i-I -New Fields of as Willie Redding, 23, Metro detectives said Mrs. Bu the various county PTA units. It Colored Parents and Teachers
and Family .. Held! In connection nice Mae Ifendrlcks, 37, of 2SIO ; will be presented yearly to the Association.He .
!ands and' Wives. the 2. a.m. slaying Dutside NW 168th St., claimed her hus. unit with the largest Increase on ,
will: be bell( In .Club nightspot, 2890 band John, 41, came home a percentage bails. Our congrat-I is now a faithful memberand
of the Carver D:Td., wait Frank drunk and accused her of lying I illations to Mr. Simon for this' ardent worker In the Dade
57th at. and 16th 28, also of MtimL I l about A visit to the hospital fine gesture and his interest and I County PTA CouDcll.ExConvict i

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the social life of Miami,,and
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Miss Louise RollinsIs Dunbar PTA New York, member of the Urban

ValentineFashion \: 1 League Guild and the Rlnky-
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 1961 Bride of George dinks, has graciously consentedto
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Tear serve as principal model for
Weech the Dunbar PTA Valentine Fashion .
By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE Tea Mrs. Lindsey will model
numbers from her personal
Miss Louise Rollins*,) daughterof wardrobe,
Naman RoMins of,,371 NW -it:
16tti St. and Mrs. Nettle Cooper Scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 12, .
of Nassau! Bahamas, became the 4 to 6, the program will feature '
bride oa; George Weech of Alice professional models from O'Neail'a
Town, Blmlnl, Bahamas in mar. Dronze Modeling Club. Mrs
riage ceremonies held last Aaron Bethel of the Dunbar
Thursday evening: at Christ Epls.! faculty will model hats again
copal Church in Coconut Grove this year.
with Fr. Elisha Clarke, vicar of
x1 .1', thA Church of the Incarnation A group of senior girls from
1L the Booker T. Washington High
v offlclatine, in the absence of the
rector, Fr Theodore R. Gibson, ,School are being trained by
Shon McGowan for a special
Ml s Rollins. who halls from choreographic number as background
Bailer Town, Bitnlnl was givenin for Della Gartrell. Mrs.
: *4 marriage by her father. Cherrye Boyer, production chair.
: ::: Miss Jeraldtne Rollins a cousin man, is being assisted by Earl
of the !bride, wm maid of Finley, Matthey Lawrence and
: i honor and Miss Sarah Lee" Mrs. Janie.. Flowers, art consul
+ Woodsld. another cousin and Cant;
Mlve* Frances Brown and Amy
Jane Saunders were bridesmaids, IN1N1M11###" ,###,#" "

Mtk Wilfred Wech, a brother of '- aMrs Advertise! It Pays!
the bridegroom was the best :: :
man and ushers were Messrs Lindsey, active I I ,#,#'#'##" '#" ###,.,"
Gomeo Branham, Lionel Rolle I
and Andy Sherman.

A reception in honor of the
newlyweds followed Immediatelyafter
the ceremony at the homeof
Mr. and Mrs. John Wise, 142 HARLEM SQUARECLI
Frow Ave., in Coconut Grove


Proudly Present

9-year-old boy drowned last
Saturday in Okeechobee Canal A Gigantic "Battle of the Blues Show"

3 where he and two companionswere

The fishing body/ of Johnnv Rutherford
SUN. Feb. 12
of 3290 NW 47th at, was .
recovered from the water at SE
8th ft! and Okeechobee Road bya ,
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diver from the' Hialeah Fire
Rev. C. L. Franklin of Detroit, Mich., The Staple Department. TWO STELLA PERFORMANCES

Singers of Chicago The Spiritual Consolers of Miami, Two companions Marshall
BUSSPV, 7, of 3255 NW 48th .at,
Miss Sammie Bryant, the three-foot tall midget, will appear and Charles Powell, 8, of 3260 MATINEE 2. 6 P.M.

at the Dade County Auditorium, Tuesday, Feb. 21 NW 48th St., told Hialeah detective TEENAGERS AND ADULTS .
at 8 p.m. Tickets on sale at North's Travel Bureau, Neal's Phil Santiago this story:i

:Market, Pratt's Cleaners and Toback's Grove Pharmacy The three, acting against their ADMISSION $1.50
mothers' advice, decided' to go
I fishing on that afternoon.On (tax incl.-No intoxicants sold at Matinee
reaching. the canal, the
Thrill he returns for the great Dade
Fordhamaires County Auditorium Music Festival Rutherford youth decided to
CrowdThe next year. swim Instead. p.m. a.m.
Big Mrs. Vivian Davis Is presidentand Swimming close to shore, he ADULTS ONLY
Mrs. Evelyn Tynes is her as yelled to his friends that he
Bethany S. D A. School would take their lines out into
Auditorium at 5001 NW 25th Persons of good character and deep water. When he reachedthe Advance $2.00 Door $2.50 (tax incl.)
ave., was fl'led to capacity on center of the canal he' went
with same vocal talent are eligible
the past Sunday to hear Dr. for membership. For In for. under. TABLES MUST BE RESERVED FOR BOTH SHOWSFEATURING

Furraan Fordham and his great matlon phone NA 1-0470 or UN The. other boys ran across the
Tordhamaires Concert Choraleof 62813. Mrs. Davis. road to another group of young
Miami. The pastor Rev C. D. Rock, titers and asked them to call po.
It Is difficult to believe that and the Dorcas Welfare Society lice.
even the internationally famed wish to thank everyone who Rescue workers app'Ied artlfi. k'
music specialist could have pre. helped to make the concert an clal respiration' for more than an
pared a group of singers to do overwhelming success. hour. SAMCOOKE
such an amazingly delightful ,
concert in one short weekl! Rtib +

At times, the singing became Y+ g s
BO moving that many persona in
the audience were not able to
refrain from uttering words' of e 10,000 living -

praise, even during the rendi ..xhblhlSurprlmu .

tions. ffttonl
Highlights of the afternoon's .
Performance were the processional e Non-tiop salon
and the splendid solo V" f fan+' PLUSB.
tall-dancing porposf DAM to SundownlS."Chm
world only
work of Mr>. Fordham.. Excellent
furnish "and"S.mb." B. KING
piano accompanist /was CHILDREN- .
ed by Mrs. Annie Russell. In thtlr wntor biJMI- under e Pr +
The Miami Fordhamaires 0-14 Half Prio*
Chorale will continue to function I QUflRIUmON I PLUS
Phony aM1-15471
under the direction of Mrs. An. ..
ale Russell, who was .selected by HIOKBNBAOKIN OAUSKWAV Etta James
Dr Fordham to carry on until ('0 "'IN".O.o" DOWNTOWN MIAMI SAM COOKIE


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t{ wY SAYS _

NAPE Dance :on An Invitation S ,.t

Last week I praised those who February 24 / "-, / \
The Doard of Trustees- of the
"disturbed the J
peace" status
Miami Public Library cordially
in the The Annual Formal Dance '"
quo field of relations.
race invites to attend the informal
you -
sponsored by the National Alliance l
c Now I find that the heroic souls of Postal Employees, will beheld dedication of the Dixie Park "
4 ; I .praised are classified as Feb. 24 at Bayfront Park Branch. Library, 360 NW 13th
"troublemakers. Thus did the Auditorium. Watch for Invitation at, Sunday afternoon, Feb. 12,
landlady of the John Thompsonswho *. F17 I 13.6 I p.m. J
broke the white boycott of I
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the McDonogh School in New
Orleans, label them. :5 -

''Apparently there are two "iJ" .
c'asses of troublemakers. One is ;
the kind that feeds on hate and
ignorance, while the other
s thrives on love and understand
s ing. Examples of the first are t1
the dictators and the olass-con- "

..Yd scious people of the world, who 1 ...-...
would destroy to conquer or to
maintain status quo. The othersare .
those who recognize- God as .f :
love and all humankind as be.
ing created in His image. These "-

while strive"troublemakers"God to fight Is defiled the cannot,wrongs and must rest on : //E$ &' !

earth. Is it possible that they k r
are Ills tools, awakened by the I
Holy Spirit through Christ to ful-
+ fill His will In this world? They
d fear not the curses of the hatefulones
They sacrifice ,their well-
___ ____ __._ ,being that no .'Part of humanity /
should remain In a degraded
J3ENTWATERS, England A man or Massachusetts in 1953 state.
newcomer to the 8 ht Tactical and was presented the Jaycee's el.4
Fighter Wing, Lt. Col. Daniel Distinguished Service Award Surely these "troublemakers"
(Chappie) James Jr., deputy director Born In Pensacola, Fla., the are the ones who have found the '
of operations, recently youngest of 17 children, Chap true ,purpose In life Recognizing : >
caused a sensation at the Whee. pie took to the sky over 20 the significance of the sacrifice of
lus bombing range when he years ago and in 1942 graduat. Jesus for mankind, they have S
scored four qualifying hits on ed from the Tuskegee Institute' found their niche in the schemeof S :
his first runs to qualify In the flying; school. lie subsequentlywent earthly things.
Intricate F-101 bombing tech on to Moton Field, Ala' aA
nique. where he Instructed Air Corps While /world progress is resisted
James, who has more than cadets for a civilian contract by the hateful troublemakers .
7,000 hours behind the stick in school. it is these whose eforts
19 different aircraft, came to While in Korea, Chappie flew cause the advancement of civilization. '' .
Dentwaters from Otis AFB, Mace 101 combat missions receivingthe Such' are the "trouble. :
where he commanded the 60th DFC for extraordinary maker," black and white, :who
Fighter Interceptor Squadronwith achievement while leading a make trouble because they seeka
25 F.94 all-weather Star ground support mission in ene. ,better word: Jar all. sIn
/ighters under his helm. my territory. James also possesses .
While at Otis, James was voted the Air Medal with seven
the most outstanding youngBelafonte Oak Leaf clusters. CIVIL SERVICE Fine Whiskey ;


to Show security can be yours ,
by preparing now for coming istheBjfibuy !

Civil Service Exams 'II ,
For information writer

for NAACPHarry National Greenwich Training Conn.Service F14 go PROOF IC why ; ''I

Delafonte will do a A '
benefit for the Miami Dranch of -:.- - JOIN THE NAACP! ,

NAACP in a "Tribute to Father ,:' ...............................u.wrrlrrao...........,.................1/1'IIYVIY'11'...................._........./......._IYI'/1.../._,1/._...'. .... ...... ............u___ "
Theodore afternoon, R.Feb.Gibson"26 from on Sunday 3 to 6 ; ; ; ;X;;rft;!*!;;!7o>t<;X;*!?<;r ;; ;;XMwftiK ;; ;; ;; ; ;Q ; ; ; ;; ;; ;; ;; ; ;/ ;: M.**! :i5?:

p.m. at the Miami Beach Audi.

This was confirmed late last
Wednesday in a phone call to factory RebuiltS
Dave Marks at the NAACP of
flee by Mike Merrick, personal
representative and public rela. s
tions manager for Mr. Delafonte.
Motors & Transmissions,
"Harry is concerned over the !
six months sentence which Is
hanging; over Father Gibson's All Makes All Models
head and knows the expense Involved -
in bringing these legal
cases 'before the U. S. Supreme
Court. He is also aware of the 'u .
supreme courage Father Gibson
has shown in his term of leadership .
of the Miami branch,
This will be the only show that
Harry will do for an organization ------- ONE DAYSERVICE FREE .
during his visit to Miami." this will be Harry Uelafonte's
first return to this area since he [PL I 7,-7603] 4r '
The Belafonte Revue, con-Mat opened the Eden Roc Hotel In : UP '
ing of singers, dancers, and musicians March, 1956.MIAMI. PICK
will be appearing on the
stage. of the Eden Roc Hotel for
two weeks between the 15th of
February and the first of March. TIMES ADSDON'T
Other than a one-night benefit
for an eye clinic one year ago, Motors No Transmissions

STAR MEAT MARKET Overhauled. Money Overhauled

39.50 Plus Down9.50 Plus

k 1520 N.W. 62nd Street Ports Parts

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Fresh Meat-Low Prices 1 7701 N We 0 7th Ave.1OIQa .

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ROOM in private home. Cooldne
4 .. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1961iii privilege, Call OX MI77

LOVELY HOME NeW cblHeighborhobd. tbred
sll@ per' *eek. fji.IOdi .
H } lb buy Veiny.:.!lbili: : [ dad.
1 i a8th'M"t' .27TBt. NW 6tlth

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Main Office at 6740 N.W. 16th Avtnu.-Phona OX 1.0421 GABLES. Residential lot.

Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, FlorIda-Phone FR 3-2238 Finest section. Miami Times. P.o
Box 47.205.

Garth C.. Reeves, Managing, Editor and Builnea Manager ..
H. E. SIGI8MUND( REEVES, Editor I- l -. THIS IS A STEAL. Mg Income.
2 bedroom house,, two efficiencies
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES CARE FOR CHILDREN FO-* RENT 3 ibaths. Make me an offer 1044
6939 NW 20th Ave. OX 1-7694. :t NW 64th St.
MONTHS $1.7'
preferred 1980 W 5th St.. NB399Q8
HOUSE Furnished or unfurnlsh.
.nlbiPr of the AsuoHnteti Negro Press ,
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers AssociationIKntered WANTEDSALES !,. ., ed. Aipply at 2137 NW 69th St.,
Liberty City. NE 5-1520
Cooking ,
ROOM In quiet home.
a* Second Claws Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Office' HELP. Be your own boss., privileges, NE 4-5025, bedroom.
2 Low
at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1878 Fu'l or part time selling the DUPLEX. down
fabulous Lena Horne Cosmeticline. DUP,1rX ART.'. New bedroom payment. 1720 NW 60th St. By
"CUKDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Call FR 4-4880 or come to apt. Adults: only. Finest. neigh. owner. HI 4.39B5Reupholslering. ". .. ._--.
THE NHGRO PRESS believes that America can beet lead the world -
our showroom at 20 NW 1st Ave. borhood. U2 NW 76th Street.
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every manreaardlees :j feu ko lst ef'iiig
PL 7-272
of race, color or creed his human and legal rights. Hating SO A NECESSITY. Collect luxury ,! ,?.,,fI I }
work all kinds
no In 1m. string!: no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man commissions! Prospects unlimlt.ed CLEAN 'ntfCMS. 6323. NW 23rd W furniture re-covered reason,
In the Ann belief all are hurt 101. Is held Professional salesmenand tfms
that men as as anyone type Ave. OX: able. Phone FR 4.2320. W. Bar
back. saleswomen with established,
We pick and deliver.
ron. up
direct sales background desired. WE :ARE RENTING' Choice 1 and
1010 S.W. 8th St. FR 43046. 2 bedroom' apts. Located at 524
Names Aide NW ,'22nd St. and 2945 NW 45th LEGAL NOTICE
Kennedy POSITION. Experienced, depend. St. ftft 93576.EFFICIENCY. .
able young lady desires office Notice under fictitious name law
President Kennedy last week appointed Frank Job, I portrait studio cashier or : Furnlhed. Free Notice is hereby given that the
Reeves, Washington attorney, as a special presidential waitress. Ph. PL 90802. Water, gas and electricity.: $13.60 undersigned, desiring to engageIn
assistant. per ;Week. PL 40326. Call after. business under the fictitious
EXPERIENCED Operator, Vogue 5 ''Pnl'ONE name of Community Ambulance
Attorney Reeves is Democratic National Committee. Beauty Box. 929 NW 3rd Ave. Service, 6701 NW 16th Ave., Miami -
FR 49130.'' EFFICIENCY APT. Fur. Fia., Intends to register the
man from the District of Columbia. He was advisor to the I nished'with modern conveniences. said name with the Clerk of Clr

President on minority problems during the presidential.... HELP WANTED MALEMETROPOLITAN Located near two bus lines. cult Court of Dade County, Fla.
campaign. ; > 3268V4 NW 46th St. Call OX William Earl M&nker, Mgr.
13523.; Orange Hayes, Owner
Atty. Reeves has taught law at ,Howard Universityand DADE Feb. 3, 10, lt. 24
has also been .counsel the staff 'of. the COUNTYRECREATION PRIVATE, HOME. Has room for
serving as ,on CENTER rend 2275 NW 73rd St. Phone LEGAL NOTICE
National Association for the Advancement of Colored DIRECTOR II OX \1.5233.
People for Age 2545. Salary $398. Col. Notice under fictitious nairte law
many years. lege degree with major In recre. ROOM In private home. Cooking Notice Is hereby given that the
However, Reeves, according to reports, has his eyes tion or/ physl al education Two privileges. Call OX 11877. 1529 I undersigned, desiring to engage
years experience, one at super. NW;"'67th St. In the Heart of Lib. I in business under the fictitious
His ambition is to become the first Negro
on something. else. .vlsory. level. erty City. name of Manker Funeral Home,
member of the Board of District Commissioners. If See detailed announcement and 6701 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla.,
that opportunity comes he will resign his present position. substitutions of education for 2-BEDROOM APT. Electric intends to register the aid name
experience at 2600 West Flagler stove hot water pleasing sur. with the Clerk of Circuit Courtof
There will be a vacancy on the Board of Commissioners St. when you apply. Office will roundings 3057 NW 61st St. Dade County, Fla.
be open till 8 p.m. on Tuesday Phone NE 4.6179. Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24
when the term of its president, Robert S. McLaughlinends evening.

in July.President. :

Kennedy in making appointments in his: iELP WANTED FEMALE SEMINOLE SALARY PLANt
administration has not forgotten Negroes. For this he 1 METROPOLITANDADE

deserves commendation.
t, A

Clean Up Campaign Age 2545.DIRECTOR Salary I$362.- Two a ih

vears college with major Ja recreation
The effort being made by a committee of the Dade of physical education..
County 'Tuberculosis Association to clean up the Central Two years experience.

Negro District is commendable and should receive the See substitutions detailed announcementand of education

whole-hearted support of the public in general. for experience at 2600 W. Flag.
ler St. when you apply. Office
Piles of rubbish, old furniture, etc., along some of wl'l be open till 8 p.m. on Tues
our streets are not only unsightly, but are a reflectionupon day evening.

the whole community, and a menace to good health.
Help Wanted
We know that the majority of homoewners keep their

property in good shape. There are lawns vand gardens YOUNG ,MAN with high ,
that are worthwhile seeing. However if rubbish is placed' school education to train as \\
on the streets nearby and allowed to remain there for apprentice printer. Call at Seminole paid ,my salary when I was in the

weeks, it is most discouraging.The 6740 NW 15th Ave. Satur- hospital ,I lam the mother of 12 children and this

day, Feb. 4, 11 to 1 p.m. money was needed for food and .shelter.
city is cooperating. Trucks began removing rub- for interview.TV .
bish on February 10. The next dates will be ,March 10 and
April' 7. NOT WORKING?

Make an effort to get out junk on the day before the If you live in Liberty City or you can qualify. ,Write to

truck calls. Some people never think of putting out rub. TV Brownsville on credit.we Pay will weekly.repair Free your P. O. Box 50.95, Gratigny Station, Miami

bish until the truck passes by. Naturally this would be estimate. Call OX 1-9426. Indf
left on the street until the next pickup day.
Let us try to keep all of our streets clean. Cleanliness t.

is next to godliness. '-


Governor Farris Bryant begins his term of office

with the state in pretty good shape.At .
a meeting of his cabinet on Wednesday a balanced -

budget was reported, without any new taxes. The
budget amounted to $765 million dollars. In Tribute. to Father GibsonAND

The cabinet agreed to increase the salaries of university THE MIAMI BRANCH NAACP

personnel and other state employees ten per cent,

bringing them up to national level. SUNDAY;; FEB. 26th

Of the $765 million dollars, $22 million will go for 6:00 '
3OQtq p.m.
school construction and $28 million for other state build-

.. (,
' *, The budget: must now go before the legislature which _. seats $5.00

:meets in April, for approval. I. Cent Adm. $3,75 and $2.50-Students $1.50 n yI
Governor Bryant calls the work of the cabinet "tre '04. DRUGS, COADIIHVTTY DRUGS, NAACI' OFFICE, CENTRAL


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.q 1Ft' o CONCERT

*M i iL EOY NOW and SAVILAll0ST r

'the nationally, ,famous he.tbune.Cookman .
College Concert
Chorale 'will be, presented at a
Ebenezer Metho&lst Church '
1042 NW 3rd Ave.T-6unday, Fe-b.
12, 11 a.m.
This 32-votce choir ,has' gain.
ed national fame on the coast to
coast radio 'network on the United PHEVROLff WAlE*
Negro College Fund Choir

Hour heard each Sunday morning
over the ABC radio network.
They have appeared on television USED CAR SPECIALS
and been acclaimed by music i
critics as one of the outstanding

n yr 2 a'r' college Singing choirs at in Bethune-Cookman the country. 3011 N.W. 36th STREET

College has been one of the
great traditions of this Institu NE 54582

tion founded. by the late Dr.
Mary McLeod Bethune. Many I'59 FORD OalaxU 2-door hardtop, '58 CHEV. Impala Convortiblo, VI, .

__ ._ _1i y! id outstanding musicians (have been radio, olr conditioned, Ivory with powerglide, power steering .rodlo, : A
'" .n. : '- developed in this Institution [ green .................... $1495 air conditioned green ...... $1495 I ..J--
+ audiences are expect. I daughter' of the 'tn g.iheseeks" while taking an active part in .3. CHEV. 4-loor Sedan, V,, power '56 CADILLAC Coup do Vilto, full .. ".,
ed for the North Dade production revenge'of the "womajl scorned. the Concert Chorale. gild, power steering, elect window powor, radio and hooter, gray with ..

of the Greek tragedy "Medea" From there she goes ion and on (The 1960.61 edition of the *, radio and hooter, Ivory, $1395 coral.................... $1193
on Feb. 14 and 15 in theschool's in treacherous s4 tertu.Je. Concert Chorale consists of 32 59 CKEV. Convertible, VI, power- '57 FORD Convertible, V8, FOM

auditorium. North DadeIs The legend of Medea has been singers representing nearly every glide power steering and radio Ivory with blue ............ $995
the only school in Dade pre. I treated In six l languages as major department of the college rod ...................... $1795 56 BUICK Convertible dynaflow,
renting the tragedy this year. I drama, opera, poetry even as a with the Department of Music I'60 CHEV. Belaire, 4-door, Sedan electric windows, electric teat, radio
Tickets are available: at North domestic burlesque for Victorian contributing the majority of VI, pewergNde radio and heater, and heater Ivory ........... $595
Dade. For advance tickets call
audiences entitled: "Medea, or members. ivory .................... $17VS 58 OLDS '98" Convertible, hydra
NA 1-0536 or NA 1-0537 from
the Best of Mothers with a graduateof
7:30 a.m. 4:30: p.m. dally. Brute of a Husband" Thomas D. Demps former, a mem. I 'it CHEV. 'Belalre Air Sport Sedan matte, power steering, power broke, I
Bethune a V.. window and teat radio and
Willie Cummings, Johnnie of poworglide, powor steering power
Speight and Roland Benson will The cast for the production is: ber of the Del'aur chorua seventh radio'and heater, factory air can d.- heater, black .............. $1295. | I ...
star In the two-act play which Media Willie Cummings; the New York City ix in his I honed, ivory .............. >I195 57 MORRIS MINOR Convertible, I
ia freely! adapted from the Nurse Johnnie Speight; the year as conductor of singers the Chorale are '56 MERCURY 2-door Sedan auto. Ivory..................... $445 i itrans.
"Medea" of Euripides by Robin. Tutor Clarence Boykins; Jason The Bonita following Ferguson of MI. ., radio Ivory and green $545 55 OLDS 4-door Hardtop "88",
'son Jeffers. Other members of Roland Benson: Aegeus, John soloists: of '3, FORD 2-door Sedan, Vs, itand- hydramatlc, radio, power Mooring .
the cast are selected from the Pryor; Creon, Fred Ford' ; First ami a senior a sophomore: Olivia and Ellis Clara and Irani. blue ............. *V7J I 2-ton gray........ ....... $693 ,'I
North: Dade Chapter of the Woman of Corinth, Yvonne Tampa sopho
,Jacksonville, a
Walker of
Thespian Society Troupe 2123. Spotford: Second Woman of Cq- .
more are sopranos. John Morganof 6460' So. Dixie I Hwy. South 1 Miami
.Medea" evolves around the rinth, Lillle Dukes and Shirley Aipopka, a sophomore; Frank.
plot of Medea being in love with Rolle; Third Woman of Corinth lln Plnckney of Waycross, Ga.,
handsome hero and Tucker Attendants Mar. MO 7 7510
the young Betty : senior Richard Dunn of Miami ,
explorer Jason. Medea bears two sha Taylor and Ruby Doyle; Sol. ; .
Henderson of '
senior William
sons for the handsome hero. diers, Adrian Watson Johnny a Tenn.; junior and Her. 59 CHEV. Impala Sport Sedan VI, 58 CHEV. Belatro I I door, V8, pow. I
Bristol, a
When Medea finds that Jason re Hannah Alfred Holllnger and bert Wimberly of Miami a jun.or powerglide, power steering, poworbrake rqllde, radio and heater Ivory with
nounces her to wed Creusa. I John Johnson. Wallace of *, padded dash, EZI gloss, air blue ......... ............ $1195
are tenors. conditioned ............$1895 I
Miami a junior bass, Robert : : '60 FORD Sunllner Convertible, V8,
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Williams of Apopka' a sopho.\ radio 4-door, V8, powerglide, pow.rll lid o. power steering I radio
,factory air conditioned Ivory A Don Allen ...... .
more, is the aocoanpanist."The with green ............... $1095 Special $1995
Visitor Criticizes The 59 MERCURY Montclair Cruiser, 4.
'59 PLYMOUTH Belvedere, 4-door,
Heaven : door hardtop fun power, ihowroom
I .V8, auto. trantmitklon, heater solid new .........u.......... $1995 P
Train"The ivory .................... $1395
Bound '57 DODGE ROYAL, 4-door, auto. I

Race Tracks of Miami Atlanta Life Agents are VI 57, PLYMOUTH automatic transmission Suburban Wagon, solid transmission, power steering and ,
bringing to Metropolitan ,AME .... brakes air condition 2-ton $995 I
Ivory .................. $845
Church at 1778 NW 69th St a 58 CHEV, Impala Convertible fully p'
away for to be read ,by the 'pa. playette "The Heaven Bound 55 air CADILLAC 62" Coup., full pow. powered, new top, Ivory with I.
4 Letter to I The Editor trans and the one setup at the Train" Sunday evening Feb. 12, or, cond. Ivory with green >9V5 coral .................... $1395
February 6, 1961 back especially for this section at 8 p.s. The participants In the '33 PONTIAC, 2-door, auto fran,., '60 CHEV Beloiro I I 4-door, VI, pow. ,
the of the Miami radio and heater Mild blacK, excel.lent .
play are personnel
Clure Mosher in the Miami be either because of
cannot seen erglide\ power steering,
Herald of February 4, says that the crowd In front of it, either District of the Atlanta Life transportation $345 heater, several to choose .... $1895 '
to date the attendance at the standing or sitting on the rail.Ings. (Insurance Co. Admission is free. '55 CHEV Deluxe, 2-door, 6-cyl. '57 FORD Convertible, V8, FOM,
Rev J. J. Williams la pastor. standard
Hlaleah race course It off 9 per rranimiiilon heater, onyx
radio white ..
with while
cent and the wagering is off 11 These are only a few of the black ..................... $ir5 Int. $1095
percent.We i conditions at these tracks whichwe
concede that some of this thought would have been THE Y'S MEN'S CLUBof NEW CAR LOCATION I IWORLD'S
deficit has been caused by unemployment remedied before this. season Carver YMCA

because the, but Hialeah much of officials It is opened.As I'IIESIINTThe : N. MIAMI AVfc of 2Jsf ST.

for Gulf Stream the under
failed to keep "faith" with, its ,< Talladega
i signed has not been 'there since
Negro patrons: All last season
the last small of the grand
there was a notice posted at Hia. College ChoirIN
stand taken from the
was away
lean teling"us that great im
colored patrons, and they were CONCERT
provements, would be made In
forced to the seats
use only on
our accommodations before an the ground floor Here, they February 22, 1961 8 p.m.

,. other. season. have only a few elevated seats Northwestern Auditorium
Upon my arrival In Miami this LARGEST CHEVROLET DEALER
I immediately inquired and on Saturdays, special ,.lays ADULTS: ONE DOLLAR I
year .
about Tropical Park and Hialeahand rainy days very few can see the

was informed that not one races.I -
for one and I can name
thing had been done at either
quite a few others of my race
track to Improve conditions.
who are financially able to play
Beside the fact that one ha the races regularly who are re. rR ,
to sit out in the sun all the timeat malnlng away from the tracks ?
Tropical Park and cannot see : until the accommodations are I IYrH r
one thing on the tote board the better.In .
flooring in the bleacher stand is conclusion, Mr. Mosher further .
in a dangerous condition and it says that Santa Anita is up i \,
is only a miracle that someone 8 percent In wagering and 10 ta 1 .
hasn't stumbled over some of the percent In attendance, even
boards which cover the numer. though they have only eight
ous holes in the floor, and been I' races and no dally double. Mr.
seriously hurt. Mosher asks, quote "Is this a co
Several years ago Hialeah incidence or is there something
gave a small covered section to behind JtT".Signed

its colored patrons. This section :
is not only entirely too small to -(Mrs) Estelle C, Jackson
accommodate all the patrons -

who wish to be out of the sun North Dade Wins
but Is also very inconvenient to I;
get back and forth to the wag. ;n
erlng windows George KJlpatrick fired for 26 I

When It rains patrons still have points Monday night as host .. _
to cluster in front of these win. North Dade High School's basket.
dows. and It is a problem to get ball team trounced Lake Shore
to them. Then too the tote I 79.49. Eric Bain also had 19 V !Ii 'V'4*
board on the field is set too far points tor the winners. V *

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Built 3-bedroom HoMe, f Q. What do they mean CLEAN..CLEAN..CLEAN ? .

Beautifully Furnished IJITIMf (

. : Florida room fenced in yard Very good location _, Mi They mean that the crispest.brightest gin 'n 7 tonic '

You must see this home to appreciate itt many
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\ :4jr- February 5, 1934 tHank NoticePrivate

Aaron, baseball start of lessons in Ceramics you ors tick. er w rrld dni
the Milwaukee ,Braves, was bornin taught evenings; Tuesday through fall to ooo mo today. Offloo lean

Mobile, Ala...... Thursday at 1592 NW 57th St. dally 1 p.m. to t p.m. Thursday
February 7, 1787 For further information call OX 1 p.m. to S p.m. Sunday 11 ..m.
a The African Methodist Episcopal 1.1913. P18 to S p.m.

Church began functioning
under the leadership of Richard Attention ParentsEnroll
Alen: founder. READINGS

February 7, 1867 your child at Randolph'sKindergarten 11.00"P ,
Peabody educational fund of with pick up and
;: w ,. $3,500,000 for the South was delivery and hot lunch. For fur
established. ther information call OX 17988. 8417 8W 17 fat..IJ1. .

Fll .
February 8, 1910
The Boy Scout movement was '
started in the U. S.
Don't Fret fight i t
February 9, 1870 PROB. HuNTtp
t Allen University, Columbia, S. Join The NAACP
j. C. was founded. -

; 4 February 10, 1854 << s. iiI e-: !I i [ I a i l.i'iii iJ lll-l :

) Joseph C. Price, orator, educator
and founder of Livingstone TV Service Calls
College, Salisbury, NX3., was
born. He died in 1893







_', M '_'.' j State Publicity Chairman 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

Spending a short vacation in Miami after his appearance The Florida Congress of Colored -n? .u P !IE' ille i .u .a'I
Parents and Teachers will
here is song sensation, Brook Benton, shown here at hold its 34th Congress in the

the Sir John Hotel. Looking on are :Mr. and Mrs. James H. 'beautiful city of Orlando at AThe

Palmer of Washington, D.C. and Benton's valet, Sam Nelson. Jones High School Thursday* ,
Feb. 2325.
.-Photo by Bill King.fflchmond Theme: "Quality. Education to

Improve Parents Teachers Coop

The Orange County Council is
Heights Flashes preparing for the largest! delega: NEW
tlon in history of the Congress.All .
district presidents, county

-- IJy R. T. Holloway council presidents, local units FORMERLY RADIO STATION WFEC
president state officers are
r- .
Die Alma L. Crawford wishesto Richmond Heights: If you are agers meeting Thursday!! 8:30: 1220 ON YOUR DIAL
thanlc all mothers and donors Interested In a couple of rubber am. There will be a youth panelat ti
who gave for a worthy cause trees for the wayside park call 11 a.m., general session Now Proudly Presents
during the Mothers' March on me at ,CE, 5-3676. Yours for the Thursday afternoon; Thursday
Polio whether your contribution asking. night, Orange County night; For Your ''Listening Pleasure
Friday morning, general session
was large or small, you made
this march a success. Total I Did you miss the mail man and group studied. f Atf. ALL-STAB (CAST *
Keynote speaker will be Dr
amount collected, 20963. (Parrimore) a few weeks ago?
Gilbert R. Porter, executive secretary .
was in Paris, France. He had
Florida State Teachers
Even though you and I pay quite a story to tell about this Association Featuring
study chair
gay trip abroad
the admission and refresh
man, Is Mrs. Minnie J. Fields,
ments prices as the whites. We Look for something big coming specialist !in education, State Your Favorite Radio Personalities
still have to ,park !in the back up in the way of fun for Dept.
section Only last ,week one of both young and old here in our INCLUDINGBUTTERBALL

our citizens was asked to leave community (rumor). The school Friday afternoon, tour of the -_ ._ ... .'
because .he refused to take the will ,be the location of this fun. city: Friday night, annual ban. .
specified section for Negroes. quet. Rev. Tlllman: of Daytona F 1
There was no refund- This hap How about that atudio in Per Beach, will give the principal
pened at the: Dixie Drive In rine that mails: out cards to the address With his Popular
Theater on the South Dixie residents of Richmond Heights Awards and citations 'will be Butterball Show t u F
Highway to come In ,for a nice (portrait and given out at the same time. Sat
at the bottom the cards reads: urday, business, Memorial Ser. Mon. Thru FrI.
Delieve it or not, we have kidsin White Only. vice and Post Convention meet. 10:80: a.m. 12:30: p.m. ""
our community who have
never .
ing.The '
Let's hope the Dade and 3:30: p.m. 5:45 p.m.
attended a movie. The moviein underground County PTA Coun.
Perrine has been closed over drainage system will be completed ell will have ,a chartered bus to And Sat. 0 a.m. 1 p.m.
one year which makes our clos iby the time those April the convention.. The bus will load
est movie house in .Coconut showers get here. We have had on the 12th ave. side of North. .
Grove. This reporter called on our share of flooded .streets i in western Senior High School
Mitche'l Wolfson. owner of the the past. Thursday at 12:30 a.m. Bus
theaters in the Negro areas to leaves 1 a.m. for Orlando, arrly.r plus .
show the need for a theater In The Stork been flying ing at 7:30 a.m.
the South Dade area. I hope to Richmond Heights quite often. Round trip .Tare is $10. Please
pass on to you the information There will be quite a few three-. send money order to Dade PTA ED COOK"The
gathered. point landings in the months to I Council care of Anthony L. SI. a
come. mons, 15846 NW 20th ave., Opa Nassau Daddy"
Were you one of those who Locka, before Feb. 15, or call ',
were taken by the magazine NA 1.8926 for further infor. Mon. Thru Fri.
racket a couple of years ago? If Advertise! It Pays1 matlon.'SOW 0 a.m. 10:80 a.m. and

so, please investigate ,before you 1:80: p.m. 3:80 p.m. f7
Invest. It seems as tho the same j,
racket is now taking pace: In\ Sat. 1 p.m. 5:45 p.m. UEVt IRA McCALL

our community only in a different
form. It some one called on a .
you selling cooking utensils at a REV. IRA McCALLWith
'bargain don't buy. Some of our I The Best in Gospel Music
citizens have ,payed a down pay. If"
ment as long as six months ago Mon. Thru Fri. 7:IS a.m.-O a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

and has never received a pot to 1:30: p.m. and Sun. 7:15 n.m. 1 p.m. *
boll in.This.

is the time of year when FRED "Hometown" HANNAWith
everyone begins to think of his
Income tax. Remember much of his Hometown Hanna Show
our success we owe to Uncle But. 7:15 a.m. 0 a.m. and Sun. 1 p.m. 5:45 p.m.
Sam-by April 15.

I am wondering our local .

7.11 store know that other With His Popular Fast Moving Morning and after
stores of that same chain have
floor polishing machines for noon local Newscasts.

rent, very cheau. We too, like to -' .- Mon. Thru Sat. 7:50: a.m. and 5:20 p.m.
keep a well polished floor. : : It

,Word to the wise: To the JIM REID

three teenagers who were chas. .. With his National News and CommentsMon. '
ed by the detectives on the nightof .
Jan. 22 could get a federal Thru Fri.-10 a.m. 12 noon and 2 pan.r .
sentence' for breaking into a '
telephone, as much as ten years dl For These and Other Favorite Tune In
and $1,000 line.I N rorr snWkt waot aroDb Ina strt4ltin l tbE rb The New Dial
It for thm MAffiO TMM KATtt JB .0. Box 3457.F2.8avannah.. Qa on Every

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and Fleet Wing are In strong
weekend could see any of the
I PAGE 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1961 TRACK CLOSES four emerge on top. Lots of room. Ideal for income
All 24 will compete Friday at or lArge family. 3 bedrooms, 3
the standard 5-16thinlIe: distance bath. See 230 NW 24th Street.
MONDAYThe and again Monday, closing Small down payment. :May rent
night, over the marathon 7.16th with option to buy. '
Looking the Sports biggest season in the history mile course. ,. i
of greyhound racing will : LOOK!'' Owner leaving city.-Ptu.
roar to a climax this weekend at 'nlshed CBS. See 1403 NW>07th
Flager: as the big west side I St. Lovely 2 bedroom, .carport.

World/ 'Over By LEO B. ,ARMBRISTERKXI : track 61 meeting.winds up its 92-night" I960- RB I'TrZNOW ment.!Many extras. Open :doWD.' "pa'tI: :.

nationwide recessionand
Despite a
three weeks of unseasonable Tf' ,1 ." GOLD COAST REALTORS
> OP" SEGREGATION GOOD with Sir John's Untouchables I weather which broughta NOW
U. Olympics tied for the I Florida BIIQWINp, 4301 N.W. 2nd. Ave.
FOR NEGROES AND MIAMI decline to some mutual estab. '
second spot. Team standings: lIshments, both Flagler's atten Love Crosses.Tbe,?..CqJor PL 1-2428

The University of Miami, has W L dance and wagering are withina Line in. .... n
.40 17
opened Its doors to Negroes and 1. Wilson Rental of last
Is that the . . 38 19 percentage point .
the general concept 2. Sir John Spring's record meet. That one, THE WORLD OF .
this .i 38 19
Negro Is being favored 'by 3. Fenderson ; ..' ending on June 2nd, set an all.
barrier of segregation being 4. Robert's Drug t. 36 22 handleof
Florida high mutuel SUZIE WONGWith
it Is giving an Bar '. . 29 28 time
pulled down; true 5. Liberty 22 and a half million. Taint So !
opportunity for a first class academic d. Our Food Store .28 23 William Ilolden
status to the Negro, but 7. Amer. Furn. TV 24 23 Highlighting Flagler's final
the University has a wonderful 8. Sheehan Buick . 23 24 days will be the completion of Plus
chance to gain first class ratingIn 9. Cecil's TV . . 20 37 the 150,000 Kennel Champion THE TAYLORShave
the world of soprts. 10. Hot Shoppes . 19 38 ship, the second half of the only 3 Came to Kill"Cameron

It Is a classic of the league $100,000 stakes program in the :Mitchell not gone out of busi
example for Negro The pin-kings world history of greyhound rac. have moved to
averaging 150 per game and bet. Admission $1.00Not ness., a

shoot athletes their alma to M ter are: Cyril Miller 179; Thom ing.This rich stake, a medley con. bigger and better store. v to

maters to the rz as Storr 168; John Edwards 167; test with entries from 24 ken. Recommended For serve you faster and better
Earnest Hayes 164; Al Miller nels competing over four differ ChildrenAdvertise
front of the rec. Herbert Let the TAYLORS make
rankf 164; James Mitchum ; ent distances in each of three
ognltlon Green 163; Ted Potter 160; Your IncomeTax Report
with their In- rounds, has produced a tight I
comparableachievements Abraham Smith 159; Timothy battle for the $20,000 top -prize ##'#######'########" '#'#### I I
In I Williams 157; Bruce McCord and the other 13 purse-sharing NEW ADDRESS

sports; and it. 157; Maxwell 157 Lazier; Eddie 155 positions. It Pays! 1454 N.W. 3rd Ave.
156 Willie ;
; outfits Red
Such top racing as
is obviousthat NEXT: DOOR TO EVANS SHOE
the pni ed I Garry James 155; D. Baker 154; Fork, Fulton, Kirkpatrick, Duke, " '#" ###'#'####I## .
David Fussell 154; Prince Cul- SHOPTelephone

slty of Miami is---' mer 154; Eddie Williams 151; .... ...... ...;. .... nln nln ,;,., mn ,..., ... h.n,JIll,.,._...... ..... riIn! 101m,.,gh 101I"uu nmr Rln._ .... ..:.0 r
cognizant of the part played by I Perry Duhart 150.Dorsey FR 9-1703
thece nationally famous athletes FR 3-1441
and will welcome their additionto
bolster their one weak spot in Park > F18

the A-l rating they already holdIn STANDINGSBASKETBALL LID IT'YI.we
,popularity throughout the TEAMS'

western hemisphere.It (as of February 11, 1001 'is .A","
Is very conceivable that athletes Team W L Pet.

qualifications will play: a i Warriors . 7 0 1.000
big part In the prominence of i Carver Boosters 4 1 .800 OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th,St. CHOICE SEATS
the stand the Negro will take on Sportsmen . 4 1 .800
the University of Miami's cam Falcons . . b 3 .625
pus. Brownsville: . a 3 .500 NOW AVAILABLEFOR
R. C. All Stars 2 5 .286 FRIDAY THRU TUES. -

BLOCK Opa Locka . 0 6 .000
Sports again as It has done so The hilarious inside
many times In the past thrown a
Name Team Pts.
solid block In front of segregation WHAT Goes ON WHEN SCHOOL LETS OUT.. World'sHeavyweight
1. Stirrup, Warriors . 152
and discrimination.This 2. McKinney, Falcons . 103 on
most recent display of 3. Mitchell, Warriors . 80 those
united power was exhibited with 4. Thomas, Falcons . . 76 rip roaring
the announcement by most major 5. Williams, All Stars . 69 N Spring
league baseball training campsthat 6. Welch, Brownsville . 65 Vacations!IH.
unless their Negro playersare 7. Clark, Sportsmen's . 62 .Y 1 !. ,
accorded the same welcomeas 8. Newbold, Falcons . tJO
their white team mates In 9. Attlcal, All Stars . 63 a3'GO
these heretofore segregated areas i 10. Sands, Boosters . . 52 Title MatchBETWEEN
they will be forced to move their 66 aM j
training sites to other places\ ;
18 Years and Under WYM
now this is not Just a take it or D
(as of Feb. 1, 1001) ER
; it matter because millions
of eave dollars In the state havea Dukes . . . . 3 0 f
spent I
Destrovers . . 2 1 The
direct contingency on the activities Champion
the Invlnctbles . . .2 1Dorsey ,
major leagues carry . . .
Park 1 1
out during their spring training -
.In- FloridaFortunate.. I IIt Hawks .'! . . 0 3 Q Qu
ly I those!! who are 14 years and under k' Floyd'Patterson

most capable l for handling this Bears . . . . 2 0
ticklish situation are meeting it Lions . . . 1 1
with the most affable terms ,Tigers . . . . 0 2
several hotels have made It clear
12 years and underHawks :
that their establishments are . . . 2 1
open to all members of any team Blue Jays . . . 1 2
another notch of credit to the Sr. Hornets . . 3 0
people of t the sport world who !And The Challenger.
has so determinedly stuck together :
and gotten results: for their



Experience coupled with prudence W* ,specialize" In iwrttmed rinks CEORCEWELIS. .:: :n **-** *"tW .'1'1' Ii 1'1_ .* .."..

gave Harold Johnson with $30 down. Flnnactng arrang *,.w HENRY LEYIM suire JOE PASTERNi1 *
what was necessary to de'ete any
homes)} Jpsfte Bowdry may have Altman Insurance Agency

had in becoming the light heavy. 70S NW Srd St. FR 1.:MZ1Sb PLUS AT THE
W5lpht/ champion National

Boxing Johnson Association toyed with version Bowdry for II "Three Worlds ofGulliver" Miami Beach

four or five rounds until it was
obvious that the small crowd of CONVENTIONHALL .
4,000 were being bored with the BUNCHETHEATRE
amateurish action; then beginning
in the ettth: he dumped him
for several knock.downs and fin
ally; nailed him in the ninth, SUN., MON., TUES.

which brought the mercy flag JOHN WAYNE In
waving from Bowdry's corner. Non. Mar..13
Bowdry was game but Johnson 'North to Alaska' NEXT ATTRACTION
was better.
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is recognized world light heavy. $50 $100 Ringside
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being shown In Moore'a ., MON., TUBS.,

hut and- hopes are high that this F1CJ1. 13 13 14 Tall"COLOR SIR JOHN
duel could be fought In our territory
HOTEL '. .
SAID NO" ( )
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Wilson's rental Agency hungon ""She Walk by Night" FR 33381THE
tenaciously to first place In
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Braynon' is(Lines flying Aerea for ,Patagonlca LAAPA Airlines Argen Annual PartyThe THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA ,

Becomes Engagedto tina). Liberty City Beauty Salon SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1961 PAGE 9 "" j
They plan
to be wed March 12 personnel held their annual party
Raymond at St. Paul AME Church. "I
Wednesday, Feb.> 1 at 6707 ,

Robinson ,Jr., Baptist Ministers given NW 16th for the ave.operators The party and their was Brooks, Mrs. Bessie Cato, Mrs. ductory course of $8.00 for six [ '. ,':: ,1
husbands and escorts. Whist Elizabeth Jackson and Mrs. Al- weeks beginning Saturday, Feb. I ;:A
'y'"W'.H"." ''W:' : "'. to Meet Monday played and a delicious dinner was bertha Davis. 11, from 1 to 3 pm. Registration ,I 1
: :> ; All with deserts was enjoyed. at the\Carver YMCA Saturday ,ii" : ri
: ; Baptist ministers, of the Mrs, New Fine \ \
Marie Wareham
i Greater Miami area -are'urged to is pro. Dept. at Feb. 11.Spiritual i4:
', attend a special meeting Feb. 13, ,
10 a.m. at the St. John Institu Attending were: Arts ) ...,.t.,
ConservatoryThe }
,1 tional Baptist Church Mrs.. Lula Mae Clark, Miss Ida Help \ 3' \
: ,
Mae I .
White, Mrs. Catherine Y''
The Rev. Victor Glass of f. : Fine Arts Conservatoryannoun ;. ,
Nashville, Tenn., will be present es New Art Department Sure success brin'kine peace, '
4p to discuss a matter of urgent 1m,: under the direction of Julie success and happiness. A s u r' e ,
portance to the denomination. COMINGNAACP Brakestone. Miami artist designer quick cure from sickness bring .., t'( -
The meeting Is being sponsored and consultant who recelv. Ing peace to upset homes. and !foil "
Y by the Baptist Ministers' Council. ed her training at Sera Lawrence money to your pocket. Write'
Rev. Thedford Johnson is College In Bronavllle, N.Y.. She now and enclose |2.UU cash for v.11 i -
ident. KWACHA TEAFEBRUARY has taught at James Weldon .your lucky dates and blessing. f"j, .j.
Johnson Center and Grant St. Ho'p in 24 hours. Write Bishop ,
Attention All 19 Settlement House. Baker, 1717 E. 66th St., Apt. 12, '
1 y VetsThe The school is offering Intro. .Cleveland. Ohio. .
American Legion, Wil I
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liam Henry Bethel Post No. 281 -
Is urging all veterans to Join us
in Richmond Heights and let's
make this a strong community. ,i '
We are still' working and having
our Saturday night affairs either

.. ,,11II'' In Legionnaire.the Center or at the home ofa -, .", "
Also we are ask ,"'
Mr and Mrs. Edward Braynon ing each and everyone to come -
1160 NW 65th Terr., announcethe out to our tournament which '
engagement! of their daughter will be each Friday night at 8:00 .; '
Gloria May to Raymond at the home of Joseph Steward, ,,11II :
Robinson Jr., son of Mr. and post commander, 14660 Filmore [
Mrs Raymond J. Robinson, of St. I S :
Phl1ade:ph1a. I For further Information eon [
I ID. tact Joseph Stewart: Edward
!Miss Braynon received her Hanna Jr., or Murray James Jr., ,
from 'fj
A. degree TaLladega chairman
publicity. INDF
Col age in modern foreign Ian.
gua es. She has done further
studies in French conversation at S -
the Sorbonne University In Paris. S
She is president of the Business TRIO REALTY .
and Professional Young Adults _
of the YWCA and a member of 801 NW 54th Street "J _. .
the Delta Sigma Theta .Sorority. I ..,.f) *' ,
Presently she is an instructor of .
foreign languages at Booker T.
Washington High School.Mr. No Gimmick 1
Robinson! is a commercial ,
pilot. He has trained extensivelyboth
in the Airforce: and with his $590 DownNO
air freight service. Presently he
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her guests with an array of food
THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Rosa Lee Lucky, Royal Twenty ClubThe which was enjoyed by all
The pext meeting will be held
PAGE JO SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 1961 Allbright Injuredin Royal Twenty Women's
Club of Coconut Grove held its at the home of Mrs. Gladys

.,- r.. x ( Accident regular meeting at the home of Thurston, 1216 NW 6th ave.
Mrs. Marie Allen of 3461 Doug. Mrs. Adabelle Dunn, president;
By STANLEY SWEETING las Road, Coconut Grove. Many Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter

Around Miami Rumor flew thick and fast Mon. ideas were exchanged during this MIAMI TIMES ADS
I day that a well-known Miamian meeting.
had been killed in an auto accident The highlight of the eveningwas DON'T COST THEY PAY
the exchanging of Christmas
-- By DAVE BONDU But the net result found

...... ...... ...... ...... the rumor unfounded. and the gifts.The charming hostess delighted CALL OX 1-0421 TODAYRUPTURED
so-called victim an injured and
AS YOU KNOW, I slipped off I bedded patl,@nt..
to Nassau last week.end. Johnny I
Lomelo, owner of the King of As the result of an auto-truck I
Dlack I collision at the intersection of
Hearts Club and Carling --- ?
Label salesman, Jimmy Jones Recording star Billy Starr from N.W. 6th Ave. and 20th St. ,

went along with me. This was the out of Los Angeles. He's here shortly 'before noon Monday, Mrs. ffftetto Mo..5.ralcel OfflM T.........*. Discard
first trip for both' of them, and cooling It for a much needed Rosalie Lucky and William Inn Aftar Carwtta. Apprvtd-.Sot*-LOW ,
when we got on the plane, they rest and has been asked to go in. (Curly) Albright l both of 6430 COST. '
had a 'ball drinking something to our local clubs. Maybe I can NW 12th Ave., suffered internal PILES RECTAL DISEASES

called rum whizzes. We went on talk him into a weekend, so our body Injuries and bruises Both DR. lONG'S CLINIC fl4.J: :
Eagle Cunnard Airlines and be were treated at Jackson Memo. tit tr.
town folk dig
can a new, young .
lieve me I found this airline to handsome star. rial Hospital and released.At --- -

be better than Pan American Of first rumor persisted that I .;. : ...
course, Pan Am Is a great air. SEE GUNS are the main Mrs. Lucky had been killed in an
line, but to me Eagle is greater. Some auto accident at the corner of
the today.
in news
They have three beautiful Eng. topic NW 3rd ave. and 20th at. The
shot and then the papers
Hsh hostesses; they leave on body got rumor scene then shifted to the $2.00 SAVE $2.00
fell into it. I have always ( a
time and are In Nassau In 45 corner of NW 6th ave. and 10th
Sullivan Law was need, not as
minutes. Their planes are not as [ .At.
In New York,
strict as the one .
large chose four as Pan engine Am, jobs but and they they use but one that can be revised and It is reported that Mrs. Luckywas I am worth $2.00, when presented to our ServiceMan

are nice and comfortable. make It tough on the Illegal gun driving north on NW 6th on completion of repairs on any Radio TV
toter. ave. with Allbright as an occupant
Record Player or make Auto Radio.
in, her car. As she appreach-
When we arrived In Nassau we
in at Marietta's Guest The ,feud between Phil Harris ed the 20th st. intersection, a You may call u* or bring your set in any dlay of the

checked House, stayed about 15 minutes and Bobby Marshall is slacking Mayflower Van Truck, ran the week, or Sundays, between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. for on-
off Seems they want to kiss and red
and then out to see Freddie light as It headed east, the-spot service.
Our talk completed In make. When you say "kls and crashing into the rear end of the
Munnlngs.45 minutes and we agreedto make. When you say "kiss and victim's, car. Mrs. Lucky, It is We have a Free Self-Service Tube Checker for your
Sam Moore and Dave up 'but not the kiss part. It's the said, saw the truck approaching convenience.
put In the Cat and Fiddle same old story "whom do you and Increased her speed to avoida
for two weeks opening Feb. 3 trust" one thing for sure- severe crash. The truck, how. We are located at 2537 S.W. 8th Street
with Fats Domino and ending not each other. ever, caught the rear of the car, "On The Trail"
From there we causing Injury to Mrs. Lucky and
with Ray
The hully gully can be dangerous. Allbright.
went to dinner and that's where Ask Portia Bannister. Last

sleep was catching up with Jim. Saturday nice, she was trying to ,It is further reported that the Beacon Drive In TV
any Jones. We woke him up witha do the hully gully and broke her driver of the truck confessed his
can of Black Label. We took off leg. Portia's at home doing
negligence to police, stating that .'
for the Junkanoo and then Club.He's to. nicely, but sez ,she's through with he had just completed a long and HI 8.7331
Peanut Taylor's Goombay the gully tiresome drive from South Caro.
real nice show.
got a Tina, and that he did not see the
Around 12:30: we caught the Last Sunday the entire staff of traffic signal light. It is believedthe OUR HOME SERVICE CHARGE
show at the Cat and Fiddle' and I Carllng Black Label Beer gave a driver tell asleep at the '
stayed there till 2 a.m. Went party in honor of it's TV star wheel. ONLY $2.95
Jim Backus, known to most
from there to Arnold Flowersnew
'people for his "Mr. McGoo" and .... -
restaurant and bar, upstairsover :, :-
his old place. In the meantime the "I Married Joan" series. Jimis Wright. Third, Anita Gray. OUR GUARANTEE
Jimmy and Johnny are at. a fine gentleman and can tella The next meeting, Feb. 11 at
tempting to drink Nassau dry. good joke like Slappy White. the home of Miss letta Jones in One year on all parts used and labor. Unconditional 00.dayguarante

Slowly they are finding out that cocktail Carllngs went all)) out on the Hallandale.Our on the rest of set except picture tube when set is
the will outlast them. party for Jim at WCKT.
Joy juice
repaired for troubles other than
TV Studio on the 79th St. Cause tubes.
We picked up Bruce Cokely and membership is always
we find out that he is going to way. I'm very proud to say that open to the public interested. in ....... ...... ......- .------ -- ---- ......-..., -.
take us' to .Marietta's because Jim Reese, Robert Phillips, Jim. playing duplicate contract bridge.
there 's a new law in Nassau that my Jones and Yours Truly en For information call Mrs. Wit I i (One ad per repair job)
all clubs must be closed by 4:00: joyed a most pleasant eveningand liams, MU 80930. I .

and no whiskey is sold on believe me, that is the way to ._ '"..... H __ _
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Live :
Sundays.So Life, Every Golden Minute 17--; .
of It Peace I ISunshine
we go home to sleep, and
now Jimmy can't sleep and won't For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

let Johnny sleep so they walk the
island for the rest of the night Bridge
and at 8 a.m. we go to the Shell
Room for breakfast then to Club MeetsThe BONDED

Bowe's Super Market to say hello Sunshine
and goodbye. Bowe Is well State Duplicate
Bridge Club played an individualgame
known and liked by everyone.
; this week as the of
Bruce fabulous takes us house up to see and Peanut'snew then to Sgt.stead and Air Mrs.Force Etchison,Base of Home iM _
The Etcbl. !
the airport. That was our trip. I sons entertained the lULLtlllUN ;
group at
don't know whether this In interesting the Officers Club House on the
to you or not, but it will Base in the ,beautiful
give first timers an idea of Purple
you Room. The indirect
what to do' And where to go lighting and
When you take that trip. It you the cozy atmosphere made an AGENCY
do, by Eagle Cunard Airlines. ideal setting for the concentration Inc

You should get your tickets from so necessary while playing ,
.. North Travel Bureau. contract bridge. Mrs. Etchison, _
with the assistance of the club's 6

PRETTY GIRL of The Weeks caterer set a most unusual buf. The largest collection and rental
fet Charles
Higgs gave a lecture
Betty Timmons Pretty Boy
of the Week: Nat Vaughn on the evaluation of the in
hand the South
and the requirements for agency ; operating in
Policeman of the Week: Officer 'I
an epening suit bid. A lively
Carey question and answer period followed Dade and Broward Counties'
After the game and the
HAVE YOU seen Chlckio repass, we were escorted through
Home? No Well, h.'. upsettingthe the olub house. We enjoyed be. Negro Housing areas

crowd at the King 0' Hearts ing in the spacious lounge listen L. L. BROOKS, Pretldtnt
and has got something new and ing and dancing to the music of
funny to present to you. Owner, the Gunning Trio. It was. a most I MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Johnny Lomelo, sez reservationsare delightful
evening and
pouring in like mad. Makeit Joyed by all.Individual. was en 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND '

a must on your "must see" list BROWARD COUNTIES
winners were first:
A NEW YOUNG record star Is Effie Williams Tying for second
in town on vacation. He is Dot Blanche Calloway and Hazel 'iA.tI'

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,, Carl Rowan is First
5 i M r1 U ) nx : Negroin

; State Department

,Thirty-five-year-old Carl T. I
Rowan has been appointed byPres'1dent me to take the appointment for
Kennedy as deputy that reason"
assistant secretary ot state for
public affairs. Although his newspaper
articles have stirred controversy
lIe is one of the few Negroesto occasionally, they have won him
occupy a policy position in the many awards, for journalistic ex
State Department of the U, S. cellence. An ardent spokesman'!

A career Journalist, author and against segregation, he has writ.
lecturer, Rowan will advise Sec ten objectively about the Negro
retary of State Dean Rusk howto in America.
explain' U.S. policy to the
American Rowan is author of "South of
people ascertainingthat
Freedom" and "Go South to
the people know and under.
Sorrow," both dealing with the
stand U. S. goals in foreign pol
icy. Negro in America and "The Pltl-
mss, f t 5' fu* and the Proud," based on observations .
lie was copy editor and re in Pakistan and In. ---
1S porter for The Minneapolis Trlb. dia.

--.. ..,. ---.,,- ......... -....."" -.-- -- une for 12 years, and a successful .
author and lecturer. By accepting
Miss Barbara Jacqueline Jen. kins is a case worker with the rick Range, Samuel Stewart III, this post he will lose an
kins of Philadelphia, Pa., nieceof Department of Public Welfare Dr. Almond Edwards Misses estimated $10,000 per year income .
Mr and Mrs. Daniel R. Fran. Social Services. A graduate of Dorothy Kelley, Iris Williams I but he prefers his govern. FOR RENT
cis of 1221 NW 67th St., was Temple University and a memberof Beatrice Reynolds, Johnny Clayton ment rank.
the very pleasant honored guestat the AKA Sorority. She is also of West Palm Beach, Vaughn Rowan s'ald"A number of CHOICE I.BEDROOM
a breakfast given at their the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Alon- Jacobs, Evadney Curlin, Shirley Negroes have called and asked CORNER APARTMENTSIn
home recently. She is shown in zo A. Fannin of this city. Payne Iral Davis, Gloria Smith
the picture surrounded by a few Guests in attendance were and Eddie Strachan and others. Finest Building
of those who came to welcomeher Arthur Hlggs, Jerry Davis, Thire Mrs. Luther L. Bibb assisted the ADULTS ONLY
to the Magic City. 'Miss Jen ; Smith, Elliott Scavella, Pat.INAROUND hostess. plan to worship together at St.Mary's .
Church on the second 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.
Sunday in February. We feel
that we owe our past success to SEE CARETAKER APT. NO. 7
r r r r rrrH Confidential the sincere belief of our motto,

I I "As we climb we lift." L

THE BAHAMAS Social' ClubThe I -- -

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Savings Clulb of Opa Locka has
Herbert and Cecilia Williams' bed and broke his neck elected its new officers for the VcA
of Abaco were charged in the: year.
Supreme Court on Jan. 25 with Four-year-old Winifred Miller The president, Gladys Wallaceof
mansaughter: and crue'ty in the of Johnson Alley was the second 16561 NW 17th Ct., and the
death of John Williams, a boy traffic fatality of the year. The rice (president! Lenora Miller ot I
about one.year.old. The child chl.d: wa> killed almost Instant. 16561 NW 19th .ave have served r
died last Sept. 12 as a result of ly as she ran from ,behind a in these offices for five consecutive
wilful neglect and unnecessary parked truck on Wulff Road in yean,
suffering, the Crown is alleging. the path of a car driven by Her. The other officers are as follows
man Adderley.The : secretary, Ruth Daniels, e' ,
George (Bold Warrior) MAX 16521 NW 17th Ct., assistant --- .
ey Errol Griffin and Gerald revenue of the Col. secretary, Lillian (Ambrose, o. .:
Griffin were declared guilty of only was $22,219,470 which 14221 NW 23rd place; treasurer .. ,,\, '
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.by a Jury in the Suipreme breaks all previous records. The Lucille Maoliore, 2291 NW ../j... L"'j!.1\'" .......1
Court on Jan. 24. The trio are 1959 revenue was $17,079,026.A Rutland St.; Chaplain, Ruth M, U1Z.1\\: \\\9 VI'}1'!
old offenders, and the amount Davis, 2290 Rutland St., sick FREE DELIVERY RUG ;
taken did not net them more number of clinics. are being I committee chairman, Lenora :JI (',*, '',,* ; iV"' ._
than $3.50 each. The penalty for set up in New Providence and Smith, 14221 NW 23rd place,; {J, : ;t:; p1l9l.I.1: ; .t
armed robbery is 20 years of the Out Islands to offer free social committee chairman,
hard Jabor. vacination to all children under Daisy Evans, 1750 NW 167th st. HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Manager
five against dlptheria, whooping and workers, Martha Clarett,
Eric Cash, versatile musician, cough tetanus and smallpox.The 16801 Dunche Park West Drive
has been notified by the Chicago c'inics will be held" for the and Elof a Livingston, 16525,,
Conservatory next three months NW 22nd Ct.
University that he Extension has passed the examination The club has outlined many Do You Want Money ?
in Advanced Compo A donation of $84,000 has activities for the year, among
sition, and has finished the re been made by Mrs. Austin T. them is a vacation trip to Nas.
de. widow of the late millionaire sau this summer. To celebratebur
for his B Mus.
gree.quirements Mr. Cash 'plays- a numberof Austin T. Levy presidentof anniversary this year we Luck ? Love ?
instruments and is instructorof the Harrisvllle Co., Hatchet
woodwind to ,the Board of Ed Bay, nieuthera. The announce
ucation School bands in Nassau ment was made on Jan. 19 at a Job ? '
press conference. A plot of land SEE THE SOUTH'S
Bertram avails 47, was has been donated by the Hon
found dead on the floor of his Asa H, Pritchard at Governor's LEADING COLORED
Fort Fincastle home on Jan. 23. Harbour, Eleuthera, It is believed he fell from his for the clinic.




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AND VILLAS ',',. ,. -../ "'p.:...,.;":.;

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New Owners -- New Management

New. Policy -- New Personnel -- New Service


Contest Winner AnnouncedBy

unanimous vote of the judges, A teacher at George Washington I
the name, HAMPTON HOUSE and Carver High School, in Coconut ,,, .4 \
VILLAS, was selected ,as the new Grove, Mrs. Silva suggested the .
name of the Booker Terrace Motel name HAMPTON HOUSE AND +
and Apartments. The of the
name VILLAS.because 0 ft S similarity.I to
motel I and.apartments thus becomes:
the well known Instituteat
VILLAS, effective today. Hampton, Virginia, which, one ; :
Mrs. Verneka S. Silva of 3587 Hileading institutions .of higher learning -
biscus ,Street in Coconut Grove, is in the United States. Booker, T. >
the person who suggested the winning Washington came from Hampton 5N
name, and therefore becomes when he founded the now famous MILS. VENKKA SILVA
the winner of the $50 cash prize. Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. Contest Winner

Formal Opening To Be Held In March

Accomodatons Now Available



The motel and the apartments are being well appointed Convention Hall will be
completely remodeled, renovated and refurnished available for the use of clubs, churches,
The swimming pool, the playground schools and other organizations. This hall
also be used for wedding receptions,
equipment, the restaurant and the lobby are
parties, dances, and other affairs.
all being renovated and improved to better
Also available will be first class'
the The beautiful near
serve patrons. sun area
hotel ,kitchenettes suites and and
rooms one
the pool is also being retouched in keeping
two bedroom apartments, with or without:
with the over-all
improvements. maid service.

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THANKS ; NW 51st St., died Feb. 5. He wasa the chapel 1 p.m. Friday
OF THANKSThe House of Albert. native of Jasper, Fla. Services
will be held In the House of Pray Ezekiel Jenkins of 16501 NW .
The family of the late, I family::the late er Feb. 11 at 12 noon. Survivorsare 23rd ct..dlod Feb. 4. lie la IU"l
Mrs. Marie roster df 4807 NW 1
MRS. ANNIE WILSON h his wife, mother, Lula Wat. vived by a cousin, Mrs. Amanda; '
takes this method ''of thankingthe 25th ct.'dled Feb. 3. Her survivors ( '1 1t
be held
son, a son Bishop Albert Wat. Wilson 'Final rites will
friends and customers Include three brothers, a sis. atidthre ">,
many son Jr., daughters, Mes. Sunday in Hawthorne, Fla. .
for their kindness and for the ter. She was sent to' Union dames Albertha McCullough, \ \

many, condolences received dur Springs, Ala. for final rites Carrie WLliams: and Irene Wat. Mrs. Katie Black of 1420 NW ,

ing 'the Illness and death of their a' t .. son. 68th Terr., died Feb. 4. She was :j
mother, from the city of Miami ; r--- George Magwood, 2020 NW 6th a native of Griffin, Ga. Services \;
and elsewhere. Thanks to the place died, Feb.' Services Hrill be r..r will be held Feb. 11 at 4 pjm. in '...;
pastor and members of St. James conducted: Feb.' 11 at 1 p.m. In ,( "'ol', :\ New Hope Baptist Church She
Baptist Church and the Scott's Triumph Church. The body, will !? 4 <.My Is survived by her husband, Rob.

Funeral Home of Valdosta; Ga. be on view Friday at 1 p.m. lit: -" 17 ,I IF ''hr JI' ert and a daughter. Friends may
Surviving are his widow two =
The Children can at the chapel 1 p.m. Friday.
Ola Pearl Porter sons,. a brother. a sister.. dL
Charlie I'
Mae McElroy 1 1f't
Eugene Wilson HURRY! 4 Left!
Fred' Wobble" .
. New 3 bedrooms

Mrs. Mellte\ Farmer of 1456
IN MEMORIAMIn NW 6th ct, died Feb. 1. Services Only. $400 Down
were held Feb. 6_In New Provi FHA

sad but loving memory of dent Missionary' Baptist Church ,;.
$12,500 total
$74 month
Survivors Include tout daughters
our dear mother and grandmoth ,
er, Mrs. :.Bertha Carter, Mrs: Minnie. NW Slit -. 52nd' St. area

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and Mrs, Roso Moss; a son,
Daughtery Farmer, a brother, ,Eli NEWS REALTY
,Jackson. L,
4600 N.W. 7th Ave.
Wish to thank you, friends and Salathlal Davis of 104 NW 8th PL 4.0655Homes
st., apt 4 died Feb. 3. Services ;
relatives for your kindness, ad. _
ministration and visitations dur were held Feb. 6 at St. John II .
A j s Baptist Church, Rev. Thedford .
ing the hour of bereavement.He .
leaves to mourn a dear and Johnson, pastor. The body was 1rl4 't\t
devoted wife, two daughters, a shipped to Elba, Ala. for burial. :" :"< ...
Survivors are two sons, George For
son, adopted granddaughter two
and 'Den; two daughters, Mrs. George Humes of 6321 NW
sons-in-law. Maggie Davis and Mrs. Bertha 21st ave. died Feb. 7, He was
Al:- o thanking the Richard Huntley a memiber of St. Paul AME
eon Funeral, Home for their a'Ppreclated \ '. Church. Services will be held SaleOpen

services, and the Itev, Mrs. Mildred Rolle Tinker of Feb 11 at 2:30: p.m. in New Mt
Gey who officiated Morlah Baptist Church, The body
1632 NW 6th ct., died Feb. 3.
Services will be held 1 Feb. 11 2 will be placed in the church 6a.m.
Saturday. lie Is survived by Sun. 2 to 6
p.m. at Trinity Wesleyan Church p.m.
CARD OF THANKSThe Rev. Johnson, pastor. The body his sons, Frank, James, Clifton,
will be on view Friday afternoon. Leroy, Charles, Wellington and You are welcome to look
family of the late, Survivors Include her husband, George Jr., four daughters, Mea-

Eugene, mother, Mrs. Mamie dames Venola Simpkins, Bernice
'. Rolle, five plater, Mrs. Corlne Tucker, Theresa McCain, and 1260 N.W. 55th St.
Dullard, Mrs. Edna Tlllman Mrs. Edith Humes, a sister and three

--.._,.;JiIi I"\k;\ Evelyn Coleman Miss Carolyn brothers A home of distinction
Rolle] and Miss Myrtle Rolle, two 3-bedroom, 2 bath, Floridaroom
MAMIE DANIELSwho brothers, Cjyde; and Frank, Rolle. John Mllledge of 810 NW 8th oak
departed this Jife Feb. 11, St., Gainesville, was the victimof enclosed garage,
1959. Mrs. Mona Triphemla Fergu. an auto accident Feb 7. lie \Is floor, tile roof, built-in oven

Gone, but will never be for. son of 709 SW 4th St., Danla, survived by his wife, Mrs. Susie and range.
gotten in our (hearts died February 7. Arrangementsare Mae Mllledge and a .sister, Mrs Harmar Inc. MO 5-3592
Elnora Edison: The ,
Sons: Incomplete.' Survivors are body was
Robert L. Daniels two daughters, Mrs. Emily Flowers sent to Waynesboro, Ga., for
M. C. Daniels and Mrs. Virginia Ferguson, final rites.
Arthur Daniels I a son Charles; six grandchildren, Richmond Heights'Coral
14 great grandchildren John P, Kendrlcks of 2560
Jessie Daniels
NW 165th st. died Feb. 8. lIe In Reef Dr. and Fillmore
Jack Daniels
Ola Lester, daughter Willie B. Redding of 1129 NW survived by his wife, Eloulse. Street
Callle Bellamy, daughter bt ct. died Feb. 7 in Ft. Laud Arrangements! are inclmplete. $500 Down
erdale. Arrangements are incom
Daniels Dgt.-ln-lavr
plete. Survivors Include his wife, Custom built split level, low
... Thronton Spicer, son-in-law Infant boy Davis,
.. son of Mr,
Freddie, two sisters Miss Rosa
Isaac Lester, son.ln law and Mrs. Connie Davis, 2075 NW monthly payments. Like I
Lee and Miss Minnie
33 grandchildrenIN Redding, C2nd st., died Fob 6 at Magnolia\ paying rent. 3-bedroom, 2

Hospital Services were held baths, enclosed garage.

Baby Boy Burroughs, son of Thursday. Ora D. Taylor CE 6-4246
MEMORIAMIn Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Burroughswas
stillborn: in Christian Hospital Johnnie Rutherford of 3290 NW
Feb. 7. 47th et., apt 1 drownod Feb 4.
memory 0f our loving hus. MRS. LEOLA BROXTON Services will bo hold Fob, 13 at
band and father, who died on January 23, 1961 In 4:30 In the chapel. He is
BEN JONES Key West, wish to thank the, Range survived p m. by his father, Johnny ,.-.. ... .. ..- "
who departed this life Feb. 8, many friends for their sympathy, Dancy and mother, Mrs. Mary

1959. cards, letters, telegram and Mose Tyer 2295 NW 46th st., Rutherford. Friends may call at
. Gone, but not forgotten. We flowers. Special thanks to the died Febj4. He came here from
' loved you but God loved you staff of Monroe General Hospital At.a.bama'a'\number* of years ago. 0
best. and her pastor, Rev A. B. Services will be held Feb. 11 at
Mrs. Emma Jones McCall of St. James Baptist 10 a.m. In the chapel, lie U sur
And Children Church, and the' Allen Funeral vived by his wife, Annie L.
Home for their splendid service Reduced

rendered. Again many thanks to Albert W Watson Sr.., 2525 OPEN SUNDAY

IN MEMORIAMIn one and all.Genisle $295 DownOpa 1865 N.W. 53rd St.

sad but loving memory of Broxton, husband IN MEMORIAMIn $795 Down $82 Month
Mrs Beulah Dearers
my dear wife, daughter, New York memory of the late Loclca and Bunch Park Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS

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2.bedroom CBS just painted Florida room, carporte, r
v qf Galveston, Texas .
roof oak floors. No qualifying
Gus Coutalr, brother .
Like Several available
new. closing costs. Move
Rochester, N.Y.And no
J Jr a host of other relatives No closing cost right in.

and friends --....-- -.-.

loving memory of of our w Bargain 1766 N.W.DUPLEX 50th St.

dear father,
FRED MILLER MAURA Beautiful custom built, four

YP who departed this life February Liberty City bedroom, 2 bath, tile roof,

11, 1958. oak floors, large lot. Uve
May he rest in peace and light $495 Down $80 Mo. We all
perpetual shine upon him rent free. arrange

The Family financing.

/ 2 bedrooms CBS, Floridaroom J.. .. .

IN MEMORIAMIn wood floors, tiled OPEN SUNDAY
sad but loving memory of Grove
our dear aunt and sister, roof, best location.
f 1 MRS ALICIA -FERGUSON $495 Down $75 Month

9 who, 1955.departed this life February 1148 N.W. 59th St. 3163 Carter Street

iA.IDA ..:;;\' -- t- Gone but not forgotten. Very nice 2 bedroom CBS
MAE FARRINGTON May her soul rent In peace. 1164 N.W. 59th St. with Florida
h r large room on
Mrs. Idell Arnett, niece
who departed this life February beautiful lot. No closing
Mrs. Rose Storr niece __ 4t -
15, 1959. forgotten. The Family I MR. THOMAS WILLIAMSwho V cost, no qualifying. Must be
Gone, but not
pawed on February 13, Call
Upright and Just to the end of anytime seen to appreciate.
1960. .
her days hour of darkness, we -
In every
Sincere and and mindA true in her heart find the light of Christ to guide Supreme Realty' *. CASH FOR YOUR LOT

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Mrs. Flora FR 1.5641
hind. Jr., KWACHA TEA ; Mrs. Florence Braddock, '%)f4 7.845 283 NW 7ith St.

Prince Farrington. husband : 1., .:*.-**+& .._: > ? ..,..,daughter. .. . . '
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Church will hold its second ser Phyllis Myers, reporter
vice this Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Sunday School . . .9:30
Carver YMCA ,NW 68th st. and looming Service . 11:00
l&th ave. The Rev. James Bou- Evening Service . . 7:00:
( r man will preach on the theme,
.'Th Need for the- Cross." Sunday morning a visiting
: minister from Coconut Grove
to ClUtrdiI Sunday School and]! Bible Rev. Murray delivered the mea-

me 'Classes for all ages are held at sage.
2 p.m" The Rev. Walter Plnnt is
in charge of the Sunday School Sunday night Rev. Pridgeon
The service and Sunday' Schoolare from s5t. Matthew AME Zion deg
being held in the large meetIng livered the message. It waft on-
rooms at the west end of the toyed by all.
YMCA, Use the entrance on 68th Next Sunday at 3 p.m. the
MT. HERMON st. at the rear of the building. Home Mission is having a pro

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Everyone is welcome. gram. The public is invited to
This is one of the churches
SUCCESS PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1961 sponsoring the TV program, On Feb. 19, the No.1 Usher
"This is your Life," Sunday at board t will; celebrate its anniversary.
-- 9:30:, a.m. on channel 4. .

BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. Jehovah's Witnesses

Ethel Holmes, wife of Hold Training
Professor Maurice C. Holmes of .Rev H. McNeal Harris pastor.Mrs. nero L. A. Thompson, pastor
the University of Miami, will Institute Sadie F. Dean, reporter: Sunday School ':3.MOlnlng .

speak at the Baha'i \Center, 137
Miami's Booker T. WashingtonHigh Sunday School 9:30: worship, 11:00:
NW 11th 8 Sunday,
ave. p.m. 11:00 BTU
School was the scene of a Morning worship 5:30
will be
Feb. 12. Her subject "My
Evening worship 7:00: Evening worship 7:00:
three-day training program by
Throne is my Mat. Everyone is
cordially invited to attend. Jpbovah's Witnesses Sunday, Feb. 12 is Founder' The Rev L. C. McPhee, visit.
Some 465 delegates represent. Day and the first quartery con. Lag minister from Mayaguana
M1k.jY. FIRST UNITARIAN Iner 18 congregations thrdughout ference meeting day. will be the speaker Sunday at 11
central and south Florida
were Rev. Frank A. Allen, Presiding a.m. The building of the church
I "The Gentle People< of Pre J.i J. on hand for the opening session Elder will deliver the messageat he pastors was destroyed by hurricane .
I he" will be ,the subject at the Friday evening Saturday the 11 a.m. service. Music will Donna in September. He
Adult Forum of the First Unitarian there were 745 In attendance. be rendered by .choir No. 1. is soliciting aid to rebuild.
Church, 46 SW 29th Rd.,
on Feb. 12, 19 a.m. Arthur Twenty-eight new ministerswere Evening service, music choir The women of Temple, with
Spiegel of the Anti-Defamation ordained. The climax of No. 2 and brief sermon by theP. !Mrs. Margaret Munnings as

.a League Till be the guest speaker.At the .convention was Sunday at E., in an after service, 8:15 chairman and Mrs. Rosa Taylor, .
the 11 a.m. service, the 3 p.m., when, befote 900 persons Dr. ,S. A. Cousin, choir, ushers chairman, are sponsoring an
Rev. Robert W. Sonen will Mr. Henry L. Brissett deliveredthe and members of Greater Bethel appreciation program for the
preach on "Must Men Hate?" kevnote (address,. "Is!! God will ,render a service in Interestof pastor, Sunday at 3:30: p.m. The
og Interested" in The *Affairs, of the Tribe Railyq public is invited. .

-----.._-..;... TRIUMPH CHURCH A most cordial/ Invitation Is ex.tenle4 The Red Circle and Sunshine
,Mr. Brissett told his audience
to the general public to
Prince C. Mobley, pastorSis. Band, under the direction of
"that God definitely is not in worship with us on this Lord'aDay.
Reported $323.40 C. McKinney, reporter terested in man's futile effortsto Mrs. M. Hepburn and Mrs. Peal:
School of Wisdom . 10:00Y. : stabilize and perpetuate the Ward, will give a program on
You just can't imagine what P. E. Band . . 6:30: present order of things, but that Monday at 7:30: ".m. All are in.
our church Is like unless you are evening worship . . 8:00: God is Interested In man." He vlted to come and encourage the.
one of the many who attendMt. went on to Bay "God has 'promised (Episcopal) children.

Herman. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST a kingdom of righteousnesswhich 1836 N.W. 54th Street Officers and members of No. 1

Sunday, January 22, we had 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace will completely solve Father E. S. Clarke Jr., vicar choir wish to thank Mr. and
our third annual baby contest Rev. Ernest Williams every problem of distressed man. The Mrs. Austin Deleveaux at whose
pastor following officers
kind, even abolishing sickness
There .ere many other out. Deacon Fred Williams, reporter elected for 1961 : beautiful home they sponsoredthe
pain and death. He
standing features of the day. Sunday School . . 9:30: sorrow proved this by quoting Revelations Vestry committee: Senior tea on Sunday.'
The special guest hour at 3 p.m. Morning worship . 11:00 21:3.4. Warden, Levi! Johnson; Junior
was a thrill for all. Charles Evening Service . . 7:00: Warden, Ellis Adderlv; secretary GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
Jones, our musician And directorof The many delegates from the treasurer, Arthur hatch: asslsl
music at North Dade thrilled This is I 6895 N.W. 14th Ave.
Sunday appreciation
Miami area have returned to put secretary, Lewis Wilkinson:
the audience with his talent at day for' the pastor. The music into daily' practice the many Thomas Johnson, Bruce Thomp.son .; Rev. W. F, Savoy, pastor
the organ.. The high school choir for the day will 'be rendered by and
spiritual things! that they have Thomas P. Johnson \ Sunday School 9:30: .
was also: very good. S. L. Gay Jr. choir No.1. learned at this convention.
was soloist. Our guest speakerwas There will be a program at Episcopal l Churchmen: Presi Morning Service 11:00:
Clifford Matthews. 3 o'clock Sunday evening and ,Among the new ministers that dent Frederick Morley; secre Evenlne Service . . 7:00:
everyone is invited to attend. were ordained, '''those from the tary-treasurer, Thomas P. John. Wed. Night Study . R'15!
Sunday evening, although the Miami area were ,Mr. Willie L. son, Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m.
weather was cold, all babies and SPIRITUAL BAPTIST Braden, 3663 Franklin St., Mrs.
mothers were present. The .comm On this Race Relations Sunday,
Betty Hamilton, 1511 NW 1st Episcopal Churchwomen: Pres.ident
mendab'e mothers and their ba. 10250 S.W. 176th St. place Mr. Llnow ColllnA, 465 : Mrs. Levi Johnson; vice Feb. 12, we are having two rue..tspeakers.

bias were: Perrlne, Florida NW 4th St., Mrs. Betty Phillips, president, Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke The morning IIne1\kpr
Carolyn, daughter of Mr. and Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr., pastor 1629 NW 1st St.: Miss Blllle Jr.; secretary, Mrs. Frazier will be the Rev. Ralph Felix a

Mrs. Eugene Bailey; Keith, son Dorsey, 924 NW 17th st.; Mr. flradloy; assistant secretary, Mrs. Presfovterlan missionary who
of Mr. Battles On Sunday night at 7:30 Samuel Ellis worshipped with us last' year
and Mrs. ; Debbie, Claridy, 14010 Madison Adderly; treasurer, Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. there will be a singing contest st.; Mrs. 'Gladys' Claridy, 14010 Sheba Martini; United Thank O.. about this time. The evening
Cherry; Vernetta, daughter of between the choirs of Spiritual Madison St.: Mrs. Gladys Clari fering custodian, Mrs. Martha speaker will be the Rabbi Leo
Mr. and Mrs. Chester McDanie-ls; Baptist Church and Mt. Zion dy 14010 Madison st., Richmond Strachan; secretary Christian Ed. Helm of Temple Tlfereth JacobIn
Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Holiness Churches in Perrine. I Heights. ucatlon, Mrs. H. Melton White; Hlaleah. Both men promise to

Mrs. Fayson; Gregory, son of The two choirs will sing at secretary Christian Social Rela. bring us interesting messages on
Mr. and Mrs. Wells, and Nolan, Mt. Zion Holiness Church, 182ndst. tlons, Mrs. James Green; secretary that special day.
son of Mr and Mrs. J. Young. I and S.W. 102nd ave. Deacon College Work Personnel, Feb 13 Rev. Savoy will be one
Leo Johnson will be the masterof Beautiful Home on Mrs. Simon P. Knowles; secre. of the ,speakers at the Interfaith

ceremonies. Rev. Ernest Hutchlnson Your Lot tary Promotion, Mrs. Oscar Brotherhood; meeting at 426
Jr., will deliver the Weaver: Church Periodical Club, Lenox Ave., Miami Beach A
message. Rev. B. B. Ingraham is Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., Memorial similar meeting will be he'It/
pastor of the host church. 7(6' aoacComplete Fund, Mrs. Florida Dean. the Booker T. Washington HUh I
School on Thursday.' The time for

ST. PAUL A. M. E. EVENTS: both occasions is 8 n.m.
Y, Sunday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. will On Wednesday, Feb. 15 we
Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor begin ,our Annual series of : are having an evening service! at
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter Solemn Evensong with a pro. 8:15. in observance of Ash

Sunday School . . 9:30 gram of sacred music. The St.Cecelia's Wednesday, the first day of the
Morning Worship . 11:00: the Lenten Season.
.. Evening Worship . 7:00 Building Servlo choir of sacred will music.present Our Let us think seriously! of our
faith as we approach the Easter
Our services were highly spire PLANNING choir is now under the directionof
Ited Sunday morning with an in e BUILDING Robert Thomas. Mr. Thomas
Aspiring. sermon, delivered by our has prepared a wonderful pro.
pastor. Text, "Lord is it I?" e FINANCINGYour gram Won't you come out and EBENEZER METHODISTRev.

Matthew 26, chapter 6 verse.. New Home encourage your choir The pub Aaron D. Hall. PastorE.
Mrs. Lucas' sister-in-law wor lic is Invited. Ingram, reporter

shipped with us while visiting No Down the Sunday School ....................... 9-38::
from Philadelphia.The Don't forget annual Ba. Morning worship ................ 1100:
missionaries' held their PaymentOver zaar Friday and Saturday, Feb. Evening worship .................... 7:00:
regular meeting Sunday eveningand 10-11 on the church grounds,
it was enjoyed by all. Mostof Twenty Yean of 1835 NW 54th St., 2 to 10 p.m. Race Relations Sunday will be
the ladles brought/ guests Mr. observed by MethodLst Churches
.. Garmon and Joe Robinson is ill. Construction Experience ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. across the nation on Feb. 12.
( Please visit the sick Guaranteed Satisfaction The nationally: famous Bethune-
VERNETTA McDANIKLS P. W. Williams, pastor Cookman Choral will worship

I Second With $"52.81 MT. AARON BAPTIST 1I'aaaQ L1mmV Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter with us at the 11 a.m. services.
We are will not wantto
The winner of the contest was 6340 N.W. 18th Ave. {!)@ffi Sunday School .......?.._........... 9:30: miss hearing sure you the choral. A
Debbie Louise Cherry, and sec. Rev. C. W. Scott pastor Morning worship ................ 11:00: special offering will be received
ond was Vernetta McDanlels. Dea. Earl Colden, clerk BTU .............................._.._.... 5'3G: which will go for the support of
They reported $323.46 and Sunday School....................... 9:3C: PL 1-3604 Evening!: worship!' .................. '1:00Bunda.y : 'the college.
$252.81. Morning Worship ................ 11:01: 888 N.E. 79th St. Dorcas Circle will have charge
Third was Gregory Wells with BTU .......................................... 5:00: Miami) Feb. 12 is Rally Dayat of class meeting Tuesday night.
{ $220.31; fourth, Carolyn Bailey, Evening Worship .... ............ 7:00: St. Luke. All captains are ex We are looking forward to worshipping
$207.31; Patricia Fayson, fifth, "raipcr meeting Tuesday .... 8:00: pected to make a full report; all at Kelly's Chapel in an.
member asked
are to pay
$167.31; Nolan Young, $165.51 assessments.! The ,public is invited after service with the Rev. Leroy -
and Keith Battles $142.86.All I Dell, Feb. 19.

Pray for the sick and shut
of the boards and clubs of Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE ins. nual'We Calendar are In the Rally midst which of our wI'an_!
church well to the
the l rallied
support of these babies. The pas. ALSO CONTRACT ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH terminate March 27. The June.Group .
is ,
tor expressed his gratefulness to i PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES Sunday of having which a Mrs.Tea on Louise next-
5154 N.W. 23rd Ave. ?
the coordinating committee which Licensed and I Insured Rtv. F. L. Johnson pastor Strachan is the captain. You are.
was composed of Mrs. Colors Mixed Free Free Estimation and Consultation Sarah Pool, reporter invited to attend.
Fields, Mrs. Ethel Dames, Mrs. Let us not forget to visit the
Eunice Glover and Mrs. Emma Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St. School sick
Sunday .._ *....__ 9:30 and shutins: Sister Lenora
Hlghy. Time payment plan available-Phone PL 9.3231 Morning Worship>> 11:00: Clark Christian Hospital and
The total amount raised was I Evening Worship .?_......N...... 7:30B. : Sister J. L. Qlxon, 1866 NW 69th
over 1600. T. U. __M,..WWW*___ &30, 'st4 ,

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.x ;)f";>l t _. .............. OO.OI QQ' o..SC2.5i52: prize winners were Julius Neala,
Mt. Olivette Baptist first grade, and Janice OHff, 3rd

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS grade. Congratulations are extended ,
Church BroadcastThe to, these persona who will

.:: r .;, ...._ .. !' .... ..n" _... ----... be able to contest their title
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Church is broadcasting again LILLIE C. EVANS"The THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Mrs. Nellie Barr Wilder Is recuperating .
over radio station WMBM. The \ at home after a stayat
broadcast will feature good sing. Negro in America," a i SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1961 PAGE 15 the Christian Memorial Hospital.
ing from the choir and good musical pageant presented last I _.. Mrs Thelma North, our
preaching from the pastor, Rev week by LHlie C. Evans at Dor. secretary has returned to work
I, C. Mlcklna. sey Junior High School was Indeed following a period of illness. It
a treat as expressed by Northwestern BETHUNE ELEMENTARYThe U with regret that' we learned of

many of 700 people who witness. PTA will present "Cus the illness of her father, Mr
NEW BETHEL AME ed this affair. Chorus in Concert! toms of Other Lands," Feb. 21, Melton, who is a patient In the
fThls pageant brought out many Northwestern Senior High at 8 p.m. in the oafetorium. The Christian Hospital. Get well
Rev. <3. D. Dixon, pastor' interesting facts about the Negro School Chorus will appear in a show, which will feature pupilsof wishes are extended to him and
Pauline I. George, reporter [ since his beginning here in : candlelight choral concert on Bethune and other schools of James Roberts, father of Miss

Friday evening marked the beginning America in 1619. Sunday night, Feb. 19 at Mount the community, is being direct Jennie Roberts.
of the first quarterly I Written by our librarian, Mrs Zion Baptist Church, 301 NW ed by Mrs. Mary T, Hopkins and :Mrs. Autherine Strap, Junior
conference, with our Presiding Edna Hall and our curriculum 9th at, The choir is under the Mrs. Bernice T, Johnson. Thosein Red Cross chairman at Bethune
Elder Rev. J. A. Roberts In assistant, Mrs. Rose Stewart and direction of, Arthur Evans. Mrs.. attendance, will find this has distributed 'boxes for pupils
charge. The conference was under the direction of Dr. Walter Berthenia White.organlst, and show both educational and en' I to bring gifts for less fortunate
opened with a short devotional Manning, professor of education Marsha Mclver pianist will be the joyable. Donations are 35 cents I children of other lands. This is
service, then the boards made at. the University of Miami. this accompanists. The public is cor. for adults and 15 cents for.child.. one of the many projects of the
their written and financial re. pageant culminated. a practicumin dlally invited. Junior Red Cross.
ren.The Walter C. Cogdell principal
ports. the area of social studies. For Bethune family extendsits ;
those of you who missed "The Home and School deepest sympathy to the Elliott J, Scavella, reporter
We were entertained in an1 Negro in America" at Dorsey, Hopkins' and Rutherford families
after songfest ,featuring choir another production will be givenat MeetingThe during the loss of Andrew
No. 2 of New Bethel, choir No. EXPERT WATCH AND,
the George Washington High Bethany Home and School and Johnnie who were victims of .
2 of Mt. Pleasant Baptist, and School on February 17 at 8 p.m. Association will meet on Satur. recent accidental drownln s. An. CLOCK REPAIRS
choir No. 1 of Martin Memorial drew who had attended Bethunewas
in the auditorium. ,
day night, Feb. 11 at the school,
Andrew Jewelers
AME Church of Richmond Hts. a student at Brownsville
6100 NW 25th ave. An Interest.
Solos were rendered Iby Mrs. Junior High School. Johnnie was
affair has
ing also been plannedor
303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Nettle B. Orr "Touch Me Lord a fourth grade pupils of Mrs
parents and friends called I
Jesus", and Mrs. Ida Ferguson. the Frances S. Tucker 'Our Neighbors Far and Near." Evelyn Btst. All work guaranteed
"He Knows Just How Much We will like to thank all of
The annual Quiz Down, directed .
Several countries will be featured 40 Year* In Business
Can Bear Mrs. M. C. Dixon the interested parents and and delicious dishes served in by William McGee proved a FR 3-0162
was the Emcee. I I friends for helping to make our | those countries will ,be served great success during our asaemb.'

Sunday services started with program "The ParentsTeacherson I you at reasonable prices. Also ly of last week. Tielng for first

Sunday School, the Supt. Mrs. E'I Parade" a success. I tasty pies, cakes and sandwicheswill .- .__._..- :;1
I Continuous preparations are Ir-
be for sale We expect all
J Cole was in charge. The lesson
being made for the dedication of
to be at 7 .
reviewed !(by the Presiding parents present p.
was our school that will take placeon
Elder. I Vivian Long Is president Day and Night OX 1-9151
I the night of Feb. 28. We extend

The spirit was high during I our cordial welcome to our Are We 'Meeting
friends and well wishers to
i many
morning service, choir number 1 (
sang out of their souls. Rev glory come of out the and occasion.share with us the The Needs of Pre- COMMUNITY,

Roberts preached a stirring
sermon. very Our school story, edited by the School Children?
students and compiled by Miss J, Ambulance ServiceUNDER
Evening services were equallyas M. Fields and her committee will This(( is the stimulating theme I

high. Our former Presiding be one of the many treats of the tor the outstanding program beIng NEW MANAGEMENT
presented to the community
Elder Rev. E. J. Jackson of dedication.We .
Feb. 22 at Liberty Square audl.
would like to welcomeone
Washington, D. C. preached.We : 24-IIOUIV SERVICE
torlum at 8 will
of our fourth grade teachers, p.m. Everyone l
had an after service with who Is returning want to hear these noted specialists
Mrs. J. F Reaves,
'the Rev. J. B. Blake and his from a maternity leave on In the field of child growth 6701 N.W. 15th Avenue B. //O. Hayes, Owner

congregation from. Hurst Chapel next week. Leaving will be Mrs.F. and development. Dr. Alma. W.
AME Church, Perrine in charge. King, who has done a won- David, professor of Early Childhood Miami, Florida W. E. Manker, ManagerF25
Education at the Univer.
derful Job in her absence
Everyone's attention is turned I. J. Meares, principal; Mrs. L. slty of Miami, Dr Dazelle D.
toward three Simpson, pediatrician, Dr. John I
very 'Importantdays Reid, F. Murray, reporters. __ -
at New Bethel. The second H. Jones psychologist, and Mrs.
Sunday in this month the South Gertrude Bush, first grade in.
Dade Choir Union's Anniversarythe structor of Lily C. Evans Ele.

fourth Sunday a Friendly Like does every frog brag aboutIts i mentary' School
Rajly sponsored by the Mission own pond, Liberty CIty( Ele I The Patrons' Councils of both
ary Society and the fourth Sun. mentaryltes who are ever so I of JESCA's Day Care Centers and WORTH SEEING !
day in March, Women' Day. To closely related to Mr. Garth C. Kindergartens are responsiblefor
all of these and to .our regular Reeves, take pride, in having had this very fine program.
church services you are cordial. him participate in the past Presidential Serving on the pla.nnlng'com..
ly invited mittee are Dr. James E. White,
Festivities. Then, too, a
special word of praise is extended Mrs. Jeanette Harvey and Lewis Beautiful New bedroom, 2-bath

ST. MARY'S C. W. M. to him for his monumental Blake
The James E. Scott Community Large Homes
article relating to the agenda as
Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor experienced by him duringhis Association Invites you to
Mrs S. Dawkins, reporter was Washington.A make a date now to attend if
sojourn to
Sunday School 9:45 syncopation umparalled to you are at all interested in the FHA 1 (Mortgage Lowdown' payment
Horning worship 11:00 welfare of children under 6.
any yet witnessed at our school
Evening worship 7:30 was made possible by the blendIng .

Next Sunday night there will of the energies of two de. DADE COUNTY'S :FINESTCOMMUNITY
'be memorial service for our loved partments: art and physical ed.ncatton COMING
in order to make Dental /
'ones have passed on and NAACP
:gone to the great beyond. Health Week a creative, purpose.
ful observance at LCEj Such
The public is invited to attend. teamwork is indeed the essence KWACHA TEAFEBRUARY See model house '- 14320 (Madison St., Richmond Hta.Mr .

We are praying for our sick and of democratic living 19

ahutJhis. Our annual conference Our family was so pleased to *. Zimmerman, CEdar 5-0166 or -HI 4.7619
win Convene Feb. 2326. Opening have had Miss! Flendberg, our
mrlJg1'am Feb. 22.CHRISTIAN. zone supervisor visit with us on

> A.
SCIENCE Let's all take our hats off to
station WMBM station! un. $25 to $600

Christian Science Society, NW I ''Ike many, that Is devoting free Call PL 8-3653 I
'Miami, holds its services every I radio time for local school news. ''RICHMOND HEIGHTS
Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T. We are happy to kpow that our IDEAL LOAN
'Washington School. Testimonial own reporter, Dents Thomas,
meetings are held once a month. shall serve a* the radio represen. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave ;
the last Wednesday in each tative for our school each Satur
month at 8 p.m. Indf day between the hours of 12:30 : --"W ..
to 12:45 pjm. Please rememberto W--------

then. :!
220 N.W. 20th Street Mrs.. Dorothy. Adslde, the Mad- uuirx
Elder G. O. Fann, pastor Ing supervisor for the rone also Rev. Shepherd ,Bogaetors

Sunday School . . 10:00 visited with us on Monday. -
Morning worship . 11:00 Everyone at our school wishes;!
Christian Study . . 6:00 to think the Lillle C. Evans % Cards and<< lettem continueto
Evening services . . 7:30 CChool: and Its faculty for having 1 t1 poiir In to Jlev. llo'\ga.
invited UII to observe Its culminating .
On Tuesday at 8 pan the activity which grew out ter'n hwwlqunrtem! congratulntlng

Trumpet Kings will appear In an of the social studies practicum him upon the jroml

appreciation program. Many "Iven at the school. We gainedso f,'. work he Is doing throughout
church groups and quartets will
a'so' appear. Admission free. The Next week In, the second! Tuesday III Miami
Public Is invited in the week henc let's not

Sponsor, Ministry Security Aid i target our regular PTA. which : Never before In Miami'

Circle. sha'l be held in the auditoriumat Al history have no many been
8 p.m.
MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Mrs. Mary F. Williams, principal : helped.HiLT75'i ,

: Denis R. Thomas, reporter i
rhmond Heights i ( ,
... _. -
Wilma Harris, reporterRev LL 'T" -" M "J IwIiWE

L. R. Brown pastor SEE ME TODAY
Sunday School ...................__. 9:30 Brand New Home MAKE YOURPICTURE
Morning worship ..._....__ 11:0 Remember I am not a for.
ACE League ..__._ 5:0fl EXTRA DELUXE tuna teller, rootman or
Evening worship ?..._.__ 7:30 While you wait J 1 palm reader, I am not Qod,
N.W. 59tTi St. Cor. 9th Ave. but. a' God sent manl!
MORNING STAR Only 553,000 Down It costs nothing to

514 NW 23rd Street DAVID JEWELERS come in and talk
Rev. I. Clayton. pastor Open Sun. 4-6 p.m. 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue

Sunday Sister School Sadie .Ellis... ...__reporter_' 03:0 CAPPER CONST. CORP Phone FR 4.1522 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 9-9138

Morning service ....... 11:30 TNt>F
.B1JI ..._..._...___== 5:38 4t. .ATlJ ,

f1.eli 1U service _____ '1:30r ......{.,.._,__ .:..___I8 /



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MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA loOn St., Mr. and Mrs. Charles is the house" guest of Dr;' and COMING '
Rosier, of '9th St., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elmer Ward of 5841 NW.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1961 Raymond Miller of Durkee Drive, 9th aye. : NAACP
and President and Mrs. W. B. f .
I Stewart of Edgewood Ave. Mr. ,*Qd Mrs. Alonza Brown KWACHA TEAFEBRUARY
L.r ,. ,. A trip to Dr. and Mrs. Stew. are ,dowp ,from Chicago: vacation.Ing .
; The Purdues art's palatial river, front home In In Nassau and Miami. It's 19
their second visit and are enjoy
Pomona Park provided a day of
Broward Visit Florida boating-fishing on beautiful Ing this'one better.;

)lr. and Mrs. John F. Purdueof Lake Pomona.,Spending the,night
John Luzano and
... County there In the fruit'laden "Pedro"
Detroit, Mich., were recent wife, Laura, Chicagoans, are Bargain $1,0002car
the Purdues all in readi.
visitors to Florida. the
They were
News \ guests of Dean and Mrs. James A. neis for their trip to Fort Pierce, They rapidly!are becoming planning to, Miamians.open the garage, Florida room '
Miami and Miami Beach. While
Espy of' 2052 College Circle Booker Terrace within three tile kitchen.
the of
ByWalter South. viewing beauty southern .
Mr. Purdue, who Is principalof Florida, they were house guestsof weeks 2445 N.W. 156th St.
Bowe the Integrated Bagley Elemen. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wllkerson -
tary School of Pontiac,'Mich., expressed of Miami, and Mr. and Mrs. New 3 bedrooms 2 bath
the thrill of his ,life In Coleman Williams of Fort Pierce. Garage, oak floors built-in
On Sunday at 3 p.m. there will his first experience of standing Boarding the Capitol Airlines, electric kitchen.
Central under an orange tree actually: the Purdues declared that thereis
be a Cinderella program at III' .
Baptist Church. The lady picking the fruit with his hands. no match for the southern .
Mrs. Purdue who Is a' circuit hospitality that was theirs during
who is able to wear the slipper
wild receive a prize| Please come librarian in the city schools of their da week's visit tQ sunny Florl.: NEW STORE 1430 NW.: 59th St.
and enjoy 'the first event for Detroit, formerly lived In Florida.
1961, aponsored by Mrs. E. J. She taught in the public schoolsof 5816 N.W. 12th Ave.: Open 3.5 p.m. JE 8.1340
Vero Beach and, Tallahassee. Personal ,Mention'Mrs. "- down
L. Clark. V .. )QrSoutable !3 .. The Purdues
enjoyed many ac. For '
Beauticians of Hallandale and Ivltles, Including the Flo-Jax Lavinia Vinson of Chicago .
West Hollywood are presentingtheir Dance and a ,trip to Marlneland Illinois Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. RestaurantYou
Valentine dance and fash- while visiting this fair state. Richard W. Jackson of 1746 NW JE 8.1340 Baron,
Ion show on Feb. 13 at the They also were royally enter. 56th terrace; Buy We Fry
Paradise Club, W. C. Baker tamed in the homes of Mr. and JE 2-4343
band will be in attendance. All Mrs. Charles D. Brooks of Madl. Mrs. Luvenla Yancey of Detroit
who are interested in the fashion
show pleare call Mrs. Eleanor V. ,
Bowe at Eleanor's Salon of Beauty

(f a TU 39259. Our 8th Year 'of Devoted Service ttf the Community
; 'Veterans Foreign
i The of Wars '
win mret on'Tuesday, Feb. 14 at DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
4 lh- Chamber of Commerce B'dg,
In Carver Ranches. 21st and 44tb V'- ,,
at 8 All members are ,
are. p.m. '/,-r '
as'. ed to be present.The ,, ,
: 1"
West Hollywood Social .
I and Civic, Club Is sponsoring a I: .
Tea" Sunday. Feb. ;
"Community rjm SSi f ,
12 from '4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Clayton t" -.',
t Smith will be thfll guest speaker.
... .
The public is invited.

,,' "
The PTA of Carver Ranches!!! ,
\ is planning' a fashion show and
dance Watch the Miami Times "
for the date. Call Walter Bowe Jf/w
i YU 39613.

''r All Roads Lead 'to

'. Belle Glade Feb. 12 This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

,, All E1VR. Daughters and Bill' WHY PAY RENT? YOU CAN OWN YOUR '
I\ are InvUM, to "M"nt the hospitality OWN HOME FOR WHAT YOU ARE
of the Daughter Elks: and
temple in fle'la Glad on Sunday, NOW PAYING RENT. AS LOW AS $495 Down
tempi" in !"p11o""le' on Rnndav .
Feb 12 AM unfinanclal Elks are FOR THIS 2-BEDROOM
a nl'''o invited and the friends of

El For"i may transnortatlon loin in also! call Dt. Alta AREA. CLOSE TO BUSES, SCHOOL, C.ITY'WATER, LANDSCAPED., ONLY 1

I I Screen and Dt. Sarah SmallerTherfl : MORTGAGE. $88 MONTH. MOVE IN. OPEN SUNDAY 1.6''' P.M. SEE 1230
1 1..' : will heothpr cars also! N.W. 57TH
which will leave the Elks Home STREET.
in Liberty' City on NW 18th ave f:: 'Jf'> = _
I at 10 am. and proceed to Belle

4 c C 'I Glade wl'l be where staged.a mammoth parade Brand New Brown Sub 3 bed Custom built beauty! Opa SPECIAL. SMALL HOME

Dt. Angella Houston Is the Dt room CBS home Rear screened!! Locka. New 3bedroom. Mustsee
1, Ruler and Bro. Bernard! the Ex porch. Oven and range. No close to appreciate. : For couple See 1941A NW 58th
alt*c! Rn'er.Ml .
1 !s Marie White long time ing costs. One mortgage only. $1,295 Down St. rear.
I deputy and organizer of this
temple known as Emma V. Kelly: $795 Down See 1831 N.W.. 155th St. Only 195 Down
is that .1. '
ursring the lodges as well ,-. 0'( ; ', -
as the' temples Join in gIving 2991 N.W. 43rd Ter. OPEN SUNDAY $50 monthly., One payment
stimulus! to thin' lodge and tempi -., .
Dt. Velraa Solomon "
of' 'Antlers
Temple> : Dt. Eliza Dullard, LayolDt. = =
Ruler of Miami Past Dt. ,
Rn'e",11 Council, are assisting Dt. Carver Ranches. New.3-bedroom. VERY CUTE HOME Custom built beauty. ,3-bedroom,, '

in Ruler making Houston!history and for Bro.E'kdom Bernard Ine:1eg1ade. CBS. Only ". .: ",' Only $395 DownOne : 2 baths, oven and range. 2 air

: Dt. Ruler Mae Wood conditioners, sprinkler system
Tucker of Liberty Temple and Dt. $395 Down mortgage. $50 month
Ruler Ellen Taylor of Greater Florida room, carport. Corner.
Miami were placed on 'the depu.ty's $85 Month. Hurry' See 7531 N.W. 15th Ave.3bedroom One mortgage only. No closing

committee. SEE 5341 S.W. 19TH STREET costs.

See 1580 N.W. 77th Ter.

GO ON SUNDAY Only $395 Down pletely' furnished Carport. Closeto Only '$1,495 Down
; bus lines. Newly painted.

AFTERNOON For this clean 2 bedroom home. $895 Down -. u
You can move right in.
Announces His C Se'e 1923 N.W. 58th St. See 1776 N.W. 51st Ter. BRAND NEW BEAUTY

If Custom built CBS. 80 x 100 core

Sunday Afternoon .., :: .;. ft: :':;' :! :::!Ii r ner. Tremendous Florida room

M MATINEE top Locka. bedroom doll house. Large vanities, heaters, city water
: a New 3-bedroom CBS
deep lot. Nicely landscaped. Car.port. buses. Twocarport.See .
E :, 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. lOne mortgage. $85 month. .

ti q 0 See 1541 N.W. 154th St. Only $495 Down 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.

3 ; At his popular

1 i Only $595 Down See 7753 N.W,15th Ave. Only $2,500 Down

$ -I!' '' p .,."..-. ,_ .. .. .#,..,I J..w... _.,." ... ...".......- -.,
At the


tb N.W.' Oth St. and 3rd
.. I
: '
tit t : Music Entertainment-Dancing FAIR, I REALTY PL 71645We

Admission FREE are open every day 9 a.m.'to 6 p.m. including Sundays

Never a Dull Moment List'your'lots :with' us for quick,cash'sale., Best prices paid '

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