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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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38TH. .YEAR. -,-.NO.. 20 MIAMI-FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1961 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PAGES'r



u Iw IwA Top Golfers Here for Tourney Monday :j1 1The ;I



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current- Rational Tournament Pete Drown of Jackson, Miss Ii
fFKy champ), i ,wail\ head the dethroned Cliff Harrington last
A greatest field,.t in the eight-year year as North-South pro champion *
history of thy:.North-South tour- and both will be back
nament when'mote than 300 tee along with Ted Rhodes four
off Monday at. the Miami Springs time national champion.Joe .
course. Roach, a native Miamian ,
Charley Sifford, 'pro tltlist has won the amateur title the
Carl Tanner, amateur: winner last four years but is expected
and Ethel Funchess, best among to have a tough time this year.
the women have 'already entered In addition to Tanner, Richard!
the five-day event, accordingto Gardner, two-time tournament A
Ray Mitchell, tournament director winner should be a prime con
tender p -
Many of the golfer arrived
Y'li_k a _'fit Miss Funche&s main foes will
9 55 early this week ,in order ,to
extra practice founds' ; Nassau be Myrt Mclver last year's win' yI
will be represented as well as I!! ner, and Muriel Patterson, who
almost every state in ,the union has won' the 'title several times, J -'*
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but did not compete last year.A -
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Sifford only negro on
Richard Paul Dunn eon of Mr. pro tour has' led two tourna, bathing ,beauty pageant will
and MM. S. W. Dunn of 1895_NW ments,on opening day with, 85's be held Tuesday night at the Sir
but faltered thereafter, In the John and 'a barbecue party at ;
67th' st., prospective graduate VY
of the May graduating class of Lucky International, won by Virginia Beach on Wednesday : :: ; Ait'
Bethune-Cookman College: witha Gary Player,. Slfford five-time The top entertainment attrac
major In chemistry has been National Negro victor woundup tions will be the Fashion Panorama .
notified by the University of with a :278, good for 13th and Dance Wednesdaynight ___
Wyoming at Laramie that he place and $1,750., He's capturedthe at Uayfront Park and the
has been granted a three-year North-South crown twice Trophy Awards Ball Friday at
Fellowehlp In the area of Educa the last time was in 1966. the Knight Beat Club.

tional Guidance to study towardsthe I ,
Doctorate degree. What' This ?


YMCA FORUM ITO ,
DISCUSS School Board Quietly


JOBS fields SUNDAYNew of employment [Admits Negro StudentA I

which are being opened to Ne second Negro student was from Fulford and more than SU,'
groes, how to find jobs, and the admitted to Fulford, Elementary miles from the nearest Negro I
latest 'data on'' ct'll'So"lce"Ex.: School in North Miami Beach school Board officials said that .
amin&tions will be the center of Wednesday by Dade County his achievement 'tHtl' show he
discussion this Sunday 4 p.m. School Board.Tenyearold. ranks at fifth grade level. His I N. y Golfers Dev rle1 Sparks And Modeon DonuU.ProLumumba .
at the third session of the YM Charles E. A1- scores were above average when
Family Forum. Because of the ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua compared with white students In
increase in attendance the pro Alford, and a fourth grader of Dade schools.
gram 'will be held in the audi North :Miami Beach, was 'trans He was qualified to attend Fanatics
torium of the YMCA ferred from the integrated school Fulford "In accordance with the
The lecturer will be Harry at Scott Air Force Base in Illi criteria of the Pupil AssignmentLaw
Wheatley of the Greater Miami note His father is an airman. of Florida," said Jane Rob-
: Urban League. He will speak on Barbara Pearson a first grad. erts, chairman of the Board Halt DN Session
! "Jobs New Fields of Employ er, is the only other Negro at which acted unanimously. Con
ment." Melvin Jackson will preside the school that has approximately tinuing, she said that his good
and the Mt Tabor Male 300 white student scholastic record and nearness The United Nations, at a meet-
Chorus will render music The boy lives more than mile to the school were both factor. Council
of the
ing Security on
JACKIE WILSON Wednesday, had its first experience
of what happens when hu
WOUNDED BY
man emotions got on the ram
WOMAN FAN page.
Protesting the slaying of Congo
Premier Patrice Lumumba,
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k i +r ibout/ 150 white and 50 Negro
c : demonstrator put on a noisy

; : i and disorderly show, fought
: guards with their fists and
; chains in a "free for all" In the
corridor and broke up the
meeting for a while. Most of the
Negroes were members of the
American Negro Moslem Broth
erhood, a radical group that
') 0 I preaches African solidarity,

,a The demonstration started
ibout 11 s HO am as U S. Am
l basnador Adlai E. Stevenson was
making his nut major speech' to
.I I_ 4"ar., the United States. Washington
Jackie Wilson, ,8. rock V official sources said that It was
roll singer of Highland Park Communist inspired and ob
R 5, 4: Mich., was shot in New York viouily planned
t City outside his Manhattan During the melee! 18 guardswere
apartment early Thursday morn- injured slightly: 1n the UN
Ing In a struggle with a woman building. Stanley Hall a New
I o t ; !an. York Dally Mirror photographer
t Wilson who was in New York wag knocked unconscious by a
{ i t5 for promotion of his records and rioter who also cut UPI Photographer
for recording sessions was take Joel Landau severely
en to Roosevelt Hospital in serious in the forehead
condition' A demonstrator lost several
_. Juanita Jones 23 was 'den-
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On February 22. at 8 p.m. the Now In the midst of a widely crime among our youth, yon 'tifled as the woman. She said the mouth, and others suffered
citizens of Miami will receiveone publicized national) tour that has can be assured that in support she was a fan and good friendof minor Injuries. A guard disarmed -
of those rare opportunitiesthat taken them AS far' west as IOWA lag this concert you will be Wilson for three years. a Negro who drew a
they can't afford to miss. and as far Northeast as New striking a blow against juvenile Police reported that Wilson knife before he could' use it, and
It Is not often that a chance is York City; ,obey: have graciously I delinquency. after attending' a movie alone another man, swinging a chair.
given for you to purchase the consented to make their only Under the direction of Frank returned to his apartment about was knocked down by four UN
privilege of enjoying outstanding appearance in the city of Miami Harrison the choir has receivedrave 3 a.m. The Jones woman spot guards
entertainment and at the under the auspices of the Y'a I notices all over the nation. ted him In the lobby
same time receive a share of the Men's Club of the Carver They are accompanied by the "I want to talk to you Jack'
profits. Branch YMCA. equally talented Thomas FlAIl t.'lh, ald. But Jackie went Wilson tried to take the gun
On the above mentioned date, as pianist. apttalrs. Not long after she from her and In the struggle
the nationally famous TaKade. You will >hare l in the profitsIn : mocked on his door and as he was shot in the abdomen and a
ga College choir ha agreed to that the:'proceeds will be used I The concert will bo held at faced her, be saw a pistol tucked buttock.
allow the local Carver Branch to further the outstanding' youth Northwestern Hlfh Auditoriumand In her slacks.: He asked what The woman was taken to the
of the YMCA to sponsor them In and community Improvement tbe time Is S p.m. Tickets she Intended to do with it. She police station. She said that she
one of Jaeir'rare concert appear- project that the 'Y" I* noted I can be purchased from any mem replied, "I'm going to shook{ myself Intended to kill herself and. not
anoea4jnb1s area. for In view of the recent rise In ber of the Y'. Men' Club. ." the singer.
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tags to the m mbtn. honoring Mrs. Patty Evan,
ductory name was
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Mr. Patsy Evans Mr. Do Ana Scfaanks and for each gue t to. greet her
Charlotte White acted as table while marching to the tune t
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1961 Celebrates hostesses Mr*. Mary Williams, "Happy Birthday To You," and
115th Birthday &'ub president, shared with give Mr a kiss (a candy kiss,
game prombtion. Rev. II, E. S. that she could carry home in her
Reeves said word of gratitude birthday box, specially prepared
The Golden Age Club mem for this momentous occasion. for her greetings and gift
State Teachers Build bets of the James E. Scott Cool'muntty Mrs. Spero Coklne brought Mrs. Mamie M. Gill program
Association, enjoyed a greetings from the shutins of director for adults and senior
very unusual birthday party In the club. Haley Sofge. executive citizens.AMITONE'relieves.
their club room 6304 NW 14th director of the Miami Housing I'
are., on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 3 Authority, brought greetings
$50,000 Headquarters p.m.A. from the Housing family. He
birthday cake bearing 116 WM Introduced by E. E. Kemp,
candles honored the birthday of manager of Liberty Square. Miss
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Tallahassee Groundbreak Construction is expected to Mrs. Patsy Evans whose birth Fern Colborn, secretary of social
ing ceremonies for the new I begin February 15 and be completed day was Feb. 4, The regular education and action for the UpetStQmach::
50.000 plus headquarters for by July 1. meeting day of the Golden Age National Federation of Settle- .
the Florida State Teachers Association The present headquarters are Club was turned over to the ment and Neighbor centers, was the wayLlilkRelievesUIcers
was held here last Sat located in a frame structure birthday celebration. Those also a special guest attendingthe
urday at noon. Members of the purchased for $8,600 in 1954. sharing honor with Mrs. Evans party.A r
board of directors a large groupof The new building will be located were Rev. Sam Wiggins, Mrs. special program feature
teachers and several local at the former site of the o'd Jnstene Bourne., Mrs. Mary A. 2 tiny Amitona tablets Actually
ministers were among those frame structure. Williams.The have the ddnutralizing power
present for the significant occaloB. *- The first spade of dirt dug Senior Citizen's club room THE YS MEN'S CLUBof of a full pint of tnllkl I Yes
during the groundbreaking ceremony was filled with members and Amltone's exclusive Qlycina
The Florida State Teachers was spaded by President friends to its capacity. More Carver YMCA trca.U-au to all of milk's soothIng -
Association was organized in John Hopkins principal of 16th than 60 members shared, in the PRESENTSThe powers..iriUi jetlablt relief
the fall of 1890 with a members St. Elementary School St. Petersburg party fun. They were delightful.ly In t.sends...that last.for hours I
ship of 15 in the basement of and FSTA President entertained with music ren Talladega 24 tablet only W.
St. James CMC Church in Tal since last April. He will continue dered by club member, Mrs. Choir
lahassee. The present member in office until the Miami Helena Slfontes, whose nimble College J. ,A J. Drug.j>ept. Store
*hi? consist of 7.SOO. contention March 30. fingers produced a melody of IN CONCERT 1410 N.W. 62nd St.
charm. Mrs. Sadie Vlnclnt and )Miami FLu
-- Mrs. Verdell Cox served as door February 22, 1961 8 p.m.
hostesses to greet the membersas Northwestern Auditorium
they entered tbe room. Mrs.
Arabella Foster served as a ADULTS: ONE DOLLAR Advertise! It Pays1'

Support Your YMCA floating hostess to give intro


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Your YMCA is a' dynamic lay association of voluntary

members, cooperating to provide for themselvesand f 46'E

others clubs, camps, athletics, interest groups, informal -

educaiton, sports leader for youth and opportunities : r
*" CowpWJ
for service.
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Your YMCA is operated by its members, who elect >> Mtsl:


the board and serve on committees. It is financed by dues !/lh #fJ eMf

of members, fees of participants, and contributions from .
the United Fund of Dade County. Mrs. Clora M. Pearsall, qfIJPV

principal of Orchard Villa Elementary School and newly

elected member of the Board Management, is'chairman -

of the 1961 Membership Enrollment. Mrs. Josephine

:Mackey, principal of East Opa Locka Elementary School

and Charles Lockhart of Bonded Collection Agency are

serving as Division heads for the Enrollment The Enrollment ,- '
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You and your fellow members in the YMCA: will,

through membership strengthen the Y S
your program, r'
build character contribute to inter-faith understanding, S- ,

cooperate with the church, the home, the school, help '. ._' '__ S _, .
hood.maintain our American ideals and speed world brother '_



Join in the forces to provide wholesome activitiesfor Sc
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youth by joining the Carver YMCA Feb. 20-March 19. .___ mat


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r .a I is a luscious meal for six that' quick and easy to fix. It fairly

1 bubbles with creamy goodness and energy value Last but not

1. w least you'll be pretty ptauMmtly surprised at how so much
"/10 I goodness can cost so litUe. Try it tonight and see. '

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INGREDIENTS: .
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pimlvnto and trtd onion 1 cup .atH
; 2ft cups hot cooked RkUnd Rice 1 cup grated American Ctt*.M "
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1 1. Early In the day,Wrt tuna into P\I.ll.pi.o..etlr In Rica,TabucoI *. Pack kbrrtl M cup of mixture Into wt custard cup UnmoVi
fete> a TMMxi hallow bakinc-Mrvrnc dwh. 2. Mak ft tim*)**. *.tUnc the cup
w _cb lie*. Corwr well and rtfnrwrato, 3. At meat Urn mix tepther mtwhrMtmoup
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YJA r. and water and pour miitur O\'eC' UmbaW. Sp""V.U on chwm 4. UV in
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Makaa.luaciooa a.rvinp.iRe8ookt.
Contestant in the PTA Baby they are: Vivian Whitehead 12-
Contest are beginning to feel Waltonne Simmons 8-5, Wanda
that there is certain to be another Portier 12-4 Vernon Hearts-
Christmas celebration at field 1-.. Laronda Lampkins 8-1.
North Dade High when the winners George Baptiste 124. Don ell :
of the Big Contest ends. It Williams 10-7. David Miller 81. '
is all because so many beautl. / IT New tatty ways to sere rice Z,. .ti,
fat prizes are being" offered and A few of the others not shown I : "* Writ Riceland Rice r
everyone seems to be in line for are Michael Roberts 7-5, Don- ? l CILD P. O. Box 'I'; Stvttyort, Ark.THE .
one. Prizes will go to the winning no Henderson 10-1( Gloria l
baby the homerooms, the Woodard 12-1, Wilbur Eutsay Q
top student and the homeroom 11.1. Vickie White Darlene
teacher. The effort is being Harris 8-2. Roderick Carlton RICEr
sponsored to benefit the athletle 11-6. Martin Screen 7-8, Rena n1CE RICELAND
association. Among the many Reares $-7. Gail Larkins 7-:, CEt
babies who hare been enteredare Sharon Walker 10-5 and others.A \JELLY N
those shown above with trip to Nassau is among tae I Ipmel.
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I u..___________________.__ _-_ Ingraham Saturday evening .at THE MIAMI' TIMES -' MIAMI, FLORIDA ,,\
---- eight o'clock The Algonquin's I PAGE 3
Dance SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1961 ,
was foremost on
. THIS and the social scene last week .
;j..!....\, ':.. )1[ Come Feb. 13 the MRS Club Kappas Say Thanks Falcons to Meet n
'r \ will hold forth with a Valentine Members of the National Sorority Boosters Feb. 25
, ', "' .. 1 Dance at Harlem Gardens out In of Phi Delta Kappa wish
; THAT 1t. } Opa Locks There to' greet you to thankthe public for its support The Dade County Junior Col' r'
... : will be members Eugenia Wtl. of the sorority's annual lege Falcons will take on the '
.,\ Hams Harriet Hart Alice Harrison March of Dimes Tea. Special George Washington Carrer
LE, Gwendolyn Welters, Ruby thanks go to those who partici Boosters on Feb. 25 in the NIIS
' :ti 1_ By RUTH N. POLITE Mizell Eolyn Klmbro, Connes- pated on the program. High School gym at 8 p.m..
tine Dillard Arthurlne Strapp Soror Mable Glover for planning I
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,w "q' THE SHARING LIGHTS. Bratherhood Jollivette, Dora Patterson Rhodes for serving as tea chair MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T
I Friends of the popular businessman Kathryn Peltchett, Johnalle The that the
man. sorority hopes
Week. Until I
we are THEY PAYCALL
Wilbur Brassi old, will COST
ftble .to Iew sympathetically theprobl6nis Johnson Angenorla Paschal tea and program merit your re-
find him holding forth as manager
faUltS Blooming Pnrtlock J ant e turn next year when our annual
!! and flrtties Of OX 1.0421 TODAY
of Satellte Bar
the at
other s6clloris of otir Owtt great Savoy I Reeves, Eudora Straughter. March of Dimes Tea is held.
6222 NW 7th ave. The place is
country and foreign couritrlto gorgeously decorated. You must The Y'A' Men's Club will pre .
in process of world revolution see it. Ydtl will enjoy the quiet sent the Talladega College Choir r
we shall be the victims of provincialism There's music too- rt
atmosphere. in concert Feb. 22 at Northwestern HOUSE FOR SALE
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; in its narrowest sense. Off to attend an Advisory Voca in the evening at 'eight
Neither North nor South Eastor tional Educational Council meetat o'clock. 'The admission fee is
Wet can ever' fully know FAMU are such key people as 100. You cannot afford. to miss Custom Built bedroom Home
and understand each other until Principal Samuel O. Cohen this cultural treat.. Please sup.
each lends an appreciative ear Dean David Dobbs, James Cherry port the cause by yoqr presence. Beautifully Furnished
to the background habits cus coordinator of the Vocational
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toms problems of the others. Evening School. WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES.. Florida room fenced-in yard Very good location

Sectionalism race and class Congratulation and best wishesto You must see this home to appreciate its many \
antagonism have no place in I \Miss Olive Holmes of Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Thomas "Pete" wonderful features
(America which truly is the was the recent ,guest of Mr and Sanders, Feb. 11; Mr and Mrs.O. .
melting pot of the world. Every II Mrs. Mack Golden. While on the II. M. Smith Feb. 13; Mr.
race and nation drawn into this merry-go.round of parties and and Mrs. Isadore Johnson and 1060 N.W. 77th Street
melting pot has made its con shopping sprees, friends slipped Mr. and Mrs. James McCall Feb.
tribution to the greatness of grains of sand in her shoes 14.
the United States of America. I which they hope will soon bring
Every nation abroad struggling ,, her back to the Magic City FRIENDLY Birthday greetings ,:
for .freedom1 and self.detflnmlna! Poinsettia Bridge Club will are extended to Samuel O. '" '" :
tion needs the encouragement meet Saturday evening at Mrs. Rogers Thelma Holmes (Jerry : "' ;
and )assistance of the Western Lennie Fannin'a home, but Rutherford Helen Trotman Geneva 1
!president Maude Chandler will Sereeta 'Turner e
world or we shall see them Trotnvan $
fill 1 into the communist fold. not be present. She will be in Feb. 10; Robert, Randolph L.
So we need to practice "Broth. ,Atlanta on a ead mission-at. Leo Jenkins, Vera Wyche, Pau. r; !
erhood" every day. We cannot tending the funeral of her uncle, line Willis, V. C. Reed Louise n
be provincial in a world like John Hightower who lived at| Johnson Ruth Smith Laura P. ; I II
this. Our doors and' windows are 171 Randolph St Word has Robinson, Miriam Pratt Febj. 11; 4'k
open to the whole world and we Just come from Atlanta that Clovis Anderson, Louise Mcln-
must look at it and study it and Mrs. Dennis Smith has lost her tosh Caretha W. Bawl, Rosa ; : bgyp'
lend influence and power where mother. Arline, Garth C. Reeves Dr. G.
it -i's' needed. Brotherhood will W. Hawkins, Feb. 12. f ..
be ,only a dream as long as men The grim reaper has been usIng Jeanette Frierson Betty Bur. I E '" ? :
.cannot get along on Main St., his scythe here In our own rough, Feb. 13; Eugene Tynes .
U. 0. .A< community. Pioneer MiamUn Dietra V. MoCray J. M. Smith
Katrlna McPherson Lang moth. Carolyn Damn, Jessie Brown
GET WELL WISHES are sent er of Leroy Lang popular pus Feb. 14; Louise Anderson Harry .
this week to the mother of Vlvi. ician was funerallied last week. Allen Smith Feb. 16; JamesE. N
lora Galney Mrs. Rachel Reeves To each of the sorrowing fami Hart FJoyzell Williams Feb. 1I J
Mrs. Lelia Barnette Russ .Jolli lies we extend heartfelt sympa. 16; Fred Hudson Doris C.
vette, Mrs Elnora "Lees" thy Rev. and Mrs. Loren- Smith Cheryl Smith Feb. 17; I as '
Clark and ,Mrs. Susie Eve tha Wooden's infant eon Loren. Alice Akins, Francena E. Jones,
Gresham. tho Stephen was christened Feb. Michael Eugene Nicholson. t S. spy
5th at St. Agnes Episcopal Mary J, Reeves. Feb. 18.
,PEOPLE. Clarence Seniors, Church by Fr. John E. Culmer. "
former Miamian mortician Godparents/ are: Mr. and Mrs. Ii..
brought his charming bride to Edwin Rogers and Dr. and Mrs. .,
the city to spend the weekend Charles Chambers of Newark ti
with his ,sister Mrs. Agnes Da- N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Crandell Mc. I : '
vii of Brownsville. Mrs. Seniors Leod stood proxy for the
is, the former, Elizabeth ,Holton the Chambers The Rev. Mr. :
Sarasota mortician. With their Wooten is in charge of the mission
combined skills and business Church of the Transflgu.
acumen these two. fine -peopleare ration-Eplscopal The St.
destined to do a thriving Mary's Guild of the church has
business. Best wishes tor a hap- ejected new officers for the ensuing -
oy and prosperous married life I year They are: Mesdames *
Mrs. Lucretia Coleman is Doreen Williams, chairlady; Lenora j1qP Sk1 > '
delighted no end to have long Taylor vice chairlady;
time friends a* her house guests Ruth Singleton secretary; Lll
for ten or more days Fro mWlnston8l1lem. Han Jackson treasurer Off s.y
N. C. are Dr. to attend a Slate Guidance ACTION!
R. S. Halrston and Mr. and Mrs.E. Meeting on the campus of FAMU
C. Hill Dr. and Mrs J. Er- are Mrs Helen Bush Blossom NONSTOP THRILLS!
nest Martin are from Dluetleld.W and Mrs. Dorothy W. Edwards. In Fine Whiskey. .
Va. Last Saturday Dr. Both Northwestern representa. 80 tht tctiofl picked
and Mrs. Elmer A. Ward invit tives were patterned along the "CIRCUS OF THE SEA"SEE
ed a email group .of friends to lines of the "Meet The Press" FLEISCHMANN'SI
meet their noose guest Mrs. :technique trained porpoises I
Lavenia Yancy retired postal SEE vicious man eatersl I
employee of Detroit. Raymond Aranha Is now part SEE performing seals! BIG
and (parcel of the speech and SEE"Lost Islands"exhibit! is the buy .
BTW'S DRAMA Instructor; dramtlcs department of Mays Hi fta
Leroy Washington and 7th grader He brings to the Dade County YW"IV""',loon. MJiml until you'vt MM
Sheryl J. Lewis were superbin School System a wealth of experience MIAMI'S FABULOUSCRQURRIUm e
their portrayal of Ruth Fro. In creative writing and why I
experiences gained In U. S PROOF
man's (portrayal of "How a Play 90
Is Born" which was carried on Goodwill Tours which took him Just 10 minutM(from Downtown Mss lCM
Channel 7 Sunday afternoon. Mr to Europe and Africa Mrs. RKkoftbtck Ciutowiy
Washington and Sheryl will Naomi Ooodlng, is relieved to Opt limtoSuntfowKChlldro .
pear in "Fit For Treason." The ap know that her mother, Mrs B .*Mtfor FACE:.I U( 14 hit rlefl BLENDED!! WHISKEY 00 PROOF 05% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
THE FLEI8CHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
play will be presented In Studio R. Cornell l Is steadily Improving
M (beginning Feb. 20, and will Mrs Cornell is making her
run for three weeks Attend home here with her daughter so Irr.
ing Sigma Gamma Rho Soror that she can be near her sister :
ity', State Council meeting in Mrs. Irene Straughter and other ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
Tallahassee were Mrs. Sarah relatives That angel of .
Cherry', Mrs. Grace Smith, Mrs. kindness, Portia Bannister Is
Hazel L. Grant. These ladles out of circulation for a short F AN AFTERNOON WITH
represented local Gamma Delta time because of a dislocated disc.
Sigma chapter. Mrs. Grant is Hurry ladies and get well. ''BELAFONTE J
president of the local chapter. Tuesday evening Mr. Bessie 1111I
Slater: hosted the Cwest Club. 1
In town to visit Dr. and Mrs. Prizes were won by Mrs Addle AND
Nathaniel Colston are their sister Sampson Lucille Rlou and Mena
and brotherJn-law, Mr. and Jackson Egelloc Civic Club SAMMY DA VIS Jr.In
Mrs. Cato Fisher of Detroit will meet with Mrs. Whltlean .

a Tribute to Father GibsonAND

THE MIAMI BRANCH NAACP


STAR MEAT MARKET SUNDAY, FEB. 26th .


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THK'' MXJUO; PRKSS belfries that America can be :from racial and nallonal nntnjrlonlMiis: when It accords
''regardless, nl race color or (creed" his human and I legal 1'k
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''no iivm.. ttrlnc: no nuiii-the'.Negro Press strives to j.
in the firm belief that all men are hurt a* loug as near Orchard Villa. School..
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World Day of PrayerThe en Du- 3
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er this year comes on February 17. Large 2 bedrooms with
The Mayor of Miami, Robert King
porch, furnished, a: one con
Proclamation urging the people of :Miami to dition, 1 mortgage. No
services planned by their individual churches : ) to be closing cost. o
sible to attend the interdenominational .
Vigil on February 16 at the.Flagler Street,
Those who did not attend the services Saturdays Call PL 98372.OX 6.1740
pause in their daily work and observe the, .. u
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of, Prayer at 12:01 February 17. i I :. 'f!

The United Church Women of :Miami" -
ticipating in this service for the past 42
established the tradition firmly in this city.

With the world in its ,present state of HOMES i
certainly i, need for Prayer and more Prayer.
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'Brotherhood Week THIS!

Climaxing the observance of Bro'therh deluxe CBS homes for 'N'',
be a dinner at the Fontainbleau next ,
ment was made by Ralph Renick, well a week ,,'-" {;
tor and general chairman of the dinner.On .
that occasion the principal speaker 4.7667"r 1
eral Carlos P. Romulo, Philippines ;
United States, Gen. Romulo. one of the >
of the diplomatic corps in Washington, is built-in oven and ranges. ,
figure in the deliberations of the United .,
his country's chief delegate to that body. He shopping, churches
founders of World Brotherhood, the
sion of the NCCJ method and program.
$195 $350
This will also be the occasion for to
Floridians Brotherhood.for their distinguished service to

Silver medallions will be presented! to ( down payment)
Z. Greene, Justice' Stephen C. O'Connell,
.Supreme Court, Tallahassee, and Louis E. (
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Other awards will be given three high : ';.
who have shown outstanding leadership' for .
relations. Bronze medallions, go to Regina 1 U.S.1Drive t south to .
Northwestern Senior High School; Gail :\ Allapattah Road,left on '. '" '
Edison Senior High, and Alice Samuels, right Allapattah to Old Cutler .-

High.A t Road then turn right
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ald in recognition of that newspaper's s. and follow the signs. "
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Brotherhood Week, a national /
Sunday, February 19 and runs through j Ips,
week is sponsored by the National
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1 A Annual !PTA TeaThe So Sorry I IIn inadvertently Emitted. .


PAGE 6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1961 I Floral Heights Elemen. the contributing list of names to the of 15tn per Don't Fret Fight) f t'y

tary School invites you to its.annual sons lighting fund ,i
Christmas
l Parent.Teacher AssociationTea ave. of Dr. Albert Ed- Join The NAACP
the names
19 at 4:00
on Sunday, Feb. .
p.m. In the school c&fetorium.
Guest speaker, Mrs. Elizabeth E.
Johnson, principal of Phyllis MANY SEEK COMFORT FROM;
Wheatley Elementary School.
'Rev. Shepherd Bogaetors
KWACHA TEAThe
-: : : :; ; Cards and letters'continue

Miami Branch \ ot. the &' ito pour in t' Rev. Boega.
% NAACP will give a Kwacha Teaat .
w" ter's headquarters congrat-j
the Sir John Hotel, 276 NW :: : : ,
6th st., Sunday, Feb. 19 from f&L.:., I ulatkig him ppon the good'work '
4 to 7 An African motif : :x ::
p.m. he Is doing throughout''
: M4 will be followed, and an unusu.al 45 :r
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fv Miami.
display of articles and handl t a
crafts .from Africa will be shown llIr *% 101'f

; The Rev. Henry C. McDowell .5 ;>/' Never before in" Miami' ,
pastor of the Church of the N history have so .man,." been \
Open Door (Congregational) will t
speak on his experiences in Af helped. ':'
rica. Serving under the American t
Board of Commissioners for e _
Foreign Missions, Rev. McDow.
ell spent 31 years as a mission SEE ME TODAY I
?' ary in Angola, I'ortuguest, West
1 Africa.' Angola has a 1,000 mile Remember I am nt a fortune .!
4 -- -k coast line stretching South from teller, reotman er
the mouth of the Congo River, i palm reader I am not 'God, .a
4 and has been a Portuguese pro but' a God tent man! '
vince since 1675. Having servedIn "
Africa for so many years Rev It costs, nothing ,
McDowell's reminiscences shouldbe come ,in and talk
very interesting.
.. Also appearing as a speaker, 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 9-9138
Mrs. Susan Harris, prominent
churchwoman and civic leader, In Key West Every Tuesday at 708 Angela Street
will tell of her experiences as a
missionary nurse in Liberia' on
the southwestern coast of Africa. Lj

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As this affair is one of many
activities of the Miami Branch
given for the purpose of raising LINCOLN ESTATES
\ funds for the defense of the Rev
Theodbre, R. Gibson, president of
:i the branch who I is under threatof
a jail sentence for refusing a
to; divulge the names of the q t" ,
branch membership, it is hoped

Rev. C. L. Franklin of Detroit, Mich., The Staple that large. the An attendance interesting and will un be WHY RE N'T ?

Singers of Chicago, The Spiritual Consolers of Miami, usual treat is In store for all

Miss Sammie Bryant, the three-foot tall midget, will ap who come to the Kwacha Tea. 3-BEDROOMS SOME GARAGES;

pear at the Dade County Auditorium, Tuesday, Feb. 21 .
at 8 p.m. Tickets on sale at North's Travel Bureau, Neal's Attention All Vets

Market, Pratt's Cleaners and Toback's Grove Pharmacy. The American Legion Wil- As Lour as $175.< :
liam Henry Bethel Post No. 281 .
Is urging all veterans to. Join us
In Richmond Heights and let's
Greater Miami from all over the district. make this a strong community.We Prices/ from $9,300-
The spirit of. Charity, Justice, are still working and havingour .f .
Temple Holds Wide Sisterly Love predominated Saturday night affairs eitherIn ,
throughout the session. the Center or at the home ofa ."I'
Awake Meeting The meeting was adjournedto Legionnaire. Also we are ask $62.00 per month pays everythingSee
reconvene on. Feb. 22 when i Ing each and everyone to. come t
the committee for the anniversary out to our tournament which
the three bedroom
lly Dt. Wllhelmenln JohnsonThe I model at
celebration will make their
will be each Friday night at 8:00:
Daughter Elks of TempleNo. report. at the home of Joseph Steward,
169 wire present In a large post commander, 14660 Filmore 10835 S.W. 221st Street, Goulds
number on last meeting night, Jolly ':Friends Social St. .
and listened attentively as Dt. For further information con
Ruler Ellen Taylor outlined her Club MeetsOn tact Joseph Stewart Edward DeCarlo Homes, Inc. HI 44681g
program for the next six months. Hanna Jr., or Murray James Jr.,
Foremost on the calendar Is Jan 28 the Jolly Friends chairman of publicity. INDF
our anniversary celebration. Club met at the home of Mrs. .

Thirteen to daughters serve, with were Dt. Sarah appointed Frankie court for Glover:business, 6824 and NW recrea 10th 1N.....&&,...."g.tt,.S"S...<....,W&.,..: Smalley as chairman.The tion. After the usual businessthe
members exchanged presents
Five Hundred Tea is also
keeping up the holiday spirit.
on the calendar. Dt. Pinkie The club decided to. worshipat
Lowe Is chairman with a large St. James AME Church on Rebuilt
committee.Dts. Feb. 26, thus making their Initial
Johnnie Hill, chairmanof public appearance. Mrs. :
the membership committee; Ann Lee, Mrs. Enid Reese and
Gertrude Saunders, chairman of Mr. Johnson were pleasant '(
social session guests of the clulb. Motors & Transmissions .. : ..
The surprise appointment was The next meeting will be held
Dt Hettie Lovette as State Feb. 18 at the home of Mrs. !i
Mother of the Juvenile Dt. Edna Ethel Garvlns, 786 NW 68th et Ml' Makes '
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Davis was appointed as her assistant Members and guests left the All Models/
in (perfecting plans for meeting with praise for Mrs.
our youngsters, ages two to 14
Glover who was a delightful
years of age. Their joining fee hostess, 5' 10,000 MILE GUARANTEE '
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is $1.00, dues. 25 cents per ,Mrs. Bertha Lewis, president, I ,.,._ ..
month. All daughters of Elks Mrs. M. Daniels, reporter.
and friends are asked to enroll : .
their children A charter will be

ordered.Plans are now. in process to NEED MONEY ONE DAYSERVICE FREE .

see that these juveniles are rep $25 to $600 PL 7 7603
resented in the approachingState '
Elks Association.The Call PL 8-3653 PICK UP' !
Deputy Daughers of Elks
to accompany her to Belle Gladeon IDEAL LOAN I .
Feb. 12, where they will be 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
greeted by Daughter Amelia'
Houston and other Daughters r

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, -961 Sannny Davis to ,


with him. Harry and Sammy chance to win one of the $100
harry BelafOnte, who is to light .
tickets.
in the as they are affectionatelyknown Tght
"spectacular"
stage a
the are both great showmenand '. "
Sports form of an afternoon;concert in ,.
Looking tribute to Father Gibson, has will bring along their entire "'
Yet; I Ain't 1"
extended an invitation to Sam revues from the respective. hotels Not. !
my Davis Jr., to share the spot I at which they are appearIng
the Eden Roc and. the Fon- Benny O'Beery, the car driving
World Ouer By LEO B. ARMBRISTER Six"The talnebleau. Instructor, who had a 'heart
"Child Under attack" Monday night,. would
Patrons Councils of James The "Afternoon With Harry like to let his friends know the
doubt that spring is in the E. Scott Community Associationday Belanfonte anti' Sammy Davis"concert rumor was false lIe is wall 'and
Whether ((be sport or spectator no held in the Miami
you will be
care centers invite educators, hearty, but is grateful to know
I if you will /tend of Miami your air.Two early birds in the Florida !patrons and friends to hear an Beach Auditorium on Feb. 26 I that he has so many concerned
steps In the direction this week camps ,were the New York Interesting and ,well informed from 3:00: on. Tickets for this friends. Even a delegation cameto
Course and
Springs Golf I great show are very modest
Yankees at St. Petersburg and group of consultants on the his home on Tuesday'to see
you will be able] the Baltimore Orioles in Miami. "Child Under Six." If you are in- wi I run $3.75, and $2.50 for what they could do .to help, the
to enjoy a brandof ;*.:" terested in the changing phasesof general admission; $5.00 for reserved missus. However, hale and hear..
golf that Is The American League has the young child's life don't main tIoor'orchi.tra! ty, Benny Implores that you
compatible to added so much to their regular miss this program Wednesday, seating; only $1.50 for student send the flowers NOW so that
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:he average fan schedule that it is good reasoning Feb. 22 at 8 p.m. in the Liberty tickets. Agencies selling tickets he will be able to sniff them!!
which we are they start their spring train' Square Auditorium, 6306 NW are the TJAACP"office (FR
In 4-5631); North's Travel, Cen !! _
thankful are ing early. Maybe someone heard 14th ave. ;; i I
the majority as bird catches the tral Life Insurance,' Community
that the early w.
SPECIAL AT
Neal Adams ,
golf fans are Drugs, Grocery
classed. worm. AIU CONDITIONED Grand Drugs, Book Horizonsand
You will see FISHING the M. B. Auditorium Box Pat Beauty Salon
from duffer up CAPITOL office.
Jimmie Mincey and Chester
to semi pro 7533 N.W. 22nd Ave.
aooord
McDaniels were of one THEATRESAT. Incidentally, -Heavyweight
calibre that can tee.off with on their report of the fishing champion, of the world, Floyd' '
some of the best any given Camp the bluegills MIDNIGHT HAIR-DO'S
still be out at Mack's ; Patterson, will present two .$100 $3.00
weekend; and yet may and brims were plentifuland SUN., lON.., TUES. fight tickets as door prizes at,
human enough to blub a round had Scalp treatment FREE with
the only difficulty they the Tribute to, Father Gibson
without amalgamation any conceivable of golfers reason.is was In resolving not to catch Mom and Dad and was arranged through the each hair-do
This too many. PLUS office of Jack Fugazy and Feature -
the Baseball Players -
the Tournament result of and the Ray Sports;, Inc., promoters of Specializing in all of the
: TRAGEDY'Sport MIXED UP WOMENwith
Mitchell's North-South Tourney the fight. Everybody who attends I Latest StylesIiITY
running consecutively; the fans were shaken at the Ruth Warrick the show, regardless of the
Baseballers beginning,:; on the news of the fatal end of the price of the ticket, will have a R;; -= =
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18th Feb. and Mitchell's classic top-notch American Olympic in iJa : J"J: ,.. -=-L .- ....IiI ____ :... r.... _
ending on the 24th Feb. skating team' which perished
the crash of the jet that w a staking
1'ATTKHSOV SAYS "NO"' TO them to Sweden to compete
SKGHEOATION in this year's Olympics.

Heavyweight Champ Floyd
Patterson can really throw his
weight around when a matter of .*.WIftI..AtftC
discrimination or segregationcomes RITZ
before him.

lIe was loud and firm In his THEATRE f OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. ,& 69th St.
demands that there be a desegregated -
seating arrangement for STAUTS'VEDNESDAY
his championship fight with
Ingamar Johansson, and the locale "SW SS FAMILY STARTS TODAY
of the fight had a lot to do ROBINSON"
with the agreement with this ..
clause in the contract. I I Dorothy. McGuire

A few days ago Patterson \ NamE
made It more obvious that he I PLUS I SlNHRll!
Intended for all activities per- Evil"
of
taining to his title fight must bo "Cage ........... wnv aCE :.....

he done entered closed at on Homestead a the it.desegregated lie proposed does even not trainingsite beforehe basis want; y COH \ ,,8 EvB: Urn' f/ : rj: Qs; j'7


segregation and will not have it. Mutual Fund Salesman A k. a \i'lt'raUUI'N l : AllTHEtiEAl :

EXCELSIOR LEAGUE IN : \\ \\ ? 4118' :
CITY TOURNEY' I or Saleswoman I CO"t\{ AlIINr .,.. .
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CLYDE KILLENS QEEUfO
Four teams from the Excel Registered or trainees' fullor
star Bowling League, which roll part time. Highest com- Proudly Presents
over at the Mi Bowling Lanes
will Journey to the Dowlerama In mission paid. Leads supplied. SHOW TIME

North Miami Beach Sunday, Feb. Health, accident and
19 and compete with the best Life Insurance Pension and Every Fri. and Sat.
bowers in the city.
This Is the first time that a I profit sharing plan. Earn At his popular

local Negro bowling team has $5,000 to $10,000 first year. KNIGHT BEATAt
entered competition. in the City Guarantees your future income
Tournament, and the opportunity -
security. Apply to- the
should prove very fruitful as
four strong teams will representthe day. SIR JOHN HOTELN.W.
Excelsior League and Ne-
gro bowling. e Oth St. and 8rd Ave.

The teams that will be carry- Featuring
Ing our hopes for success are Dalen InvestmentAnd
The Sir John Untouchables, Hot Papa TurnerAnd .
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Fenderson's Olympics, Wilson' Funds Inc: His _..
Rental, Rattlers and Cecil's Radio Family
and TV.BASEBALL. Popular Admission Prices e' ..
2815 North Miami Ave. 1; :. iI'A ]}
TRAINING STARTSAll J.
Miami, FloridaD. *" "
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:least with the spontaneous burstof D. Regent FR 4-7667 SOME PLACE with JULIET PROWSE f'............
activities around the various ......... .......... : COLOR tnt s
baseball- training there is TO GO ON SUNDAY ''h tVMMIU.IIW UII .
camps
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Stars and Celebrities the law.. .in the

Beautiful New 3-bedroom, 2-bath Come, see and be seen .
lilA I If A lawless west
Large HomesIN Regular Sunday nite dance

and show follows IIVLIliF.I9

''RICHMOND HEIGHTS 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Adm. Free Tables Free JIjW1L' ..

FHA -1 Mortgage Low down payment. .

OTHER KNIGHT BEAT

DADE..COUNTY'S FINESTCOMMUNITY ATTRACTIONS:
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Tues: Amateur Nite

See model house 14320 Madison St., ,Richmond HU.Mr Wed: Price Cut Nite
Thurs: Premises Nite

*. Zimmerman, CEdar 5-0166 or HI ..7619J 2 Fine Bands oloRbyDEtUXE .

Bob Allen and His CINaM ''S OPE MnkM

& W. BUILDERS Canadians and W1LLARD PARKER
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FLORIDA -. Enroll your child at the
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18 I ,
1961 PAGE 9Richmond Fine Arts Conservatory'sAdventures
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_.a- Broward I. 7<< i in Art CHOICE SEATS

County \f' .'t- l
Flashes Each Saturday 2:80 p.m.
Heights NewsBy to" '"; At Carver' YMCA NOW AVAILABLE

., \ft t.: (, 0 weeks 8.00 FOR THE
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By R. T. Holloway .

i" Walter Bowe
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On Feb. 24.26 the Girl Scouts' am sure every homeowner THE RE-OPENING WorldsvHeavyweight
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of:Richmond Heights, Troop 503 should have one. With each
purchase The PTA of Carver Ranches
is having a backyard camporee.
you will be helping the OF TUBFIESTA
Several will Elementary School will presentits
people work with Junior class of Carver School
the scouts on 'outdoor skills. All towards their annual dance Tuesday at 9
girl*' in Troop 503 should be coming June.Speaking prom for this p.m. in the cafetorlum of the I CLUB
present. Three other troops will school. Music by C. Major Quin I.
in this tet. Admission $1.00. Contactthe PRESENTS
take
part camp.out. Henry
Bell will teach of sales the Girl business places for tickets,
members of
their Scout Troop 603 wishes to thank or Mrs. Eleanor Bowe, Mrs. Ar- Title MatchBETWEEN
the troop at next meeting those who KELSAN's
charcoal drawing purchased candy during lene Gallagher and Mrs. Susie
their sale. Please help these Daniels, president.
young ladles by buying a bar of
Should I say more about the candy If have not already SNOW
Parents on Parade I, promised done you Star Light Lodge No. 542 will OF SHOWSFor
so. They are selling the
those who meet Friday night, Feb. 47 at
were fortunate
attend, this .show would enoughto be a candy their in troop.order to buy suppliesfor the Masonic Temple on Pembroke the first time a The Champion .
real treat. On behalt. of Walter Road. All members are
asked to be present. complete' package of gala
White, 'principal of Frank C. : Ellis Adger, local PTA president
Martin, the PTA and those who and Gary Brown, a memberof The beauticians of West Hoi entertainment Floyd
took part in this show
we the faculty of Frank C. Martin Iywood and Ilallandale are
thank you for your support in have Under the
been elected to represent thanking all their patrons and new
making this event one of thegreatest the PTA at the 34th
State
models and friends who helpedto Management] of your own
shows
yet for withoutyou PTA Congress in Orlando.
make their Valentine Fashion
weleurely'' would not have Show Kelsan, with your congenIal Patterson
been a success. This is Just an- Little Jeffrey L. Williams, eon night. a success on Monday host Aly Kahan
other way of showing you how of Mr. and Mrs Lorenzo Williams
great your PTA of the Frank C. will be christened Feb. 19 The West Hollywood Social Look for the great actionat And The Challenger
Martin school is. I would like to by the Rev. L. R. Ross of Beth and Civic Club takes this meth- the Fiesta
hear more comments. Please call el Baptist Church.: od of expressing thanks to those
at CE
me 5-3676.
who turned aside on Sunday to Friday Feb. 24th
Last week Virgil Rogers mot. help make their tea a success. IngemarJohansson
The gifts received during the ured to Jacksonville to see the Special thanks to Mrs. Clayton I .__
grand opening of the Edward's Missus, a lady (In waiting (any Smith who Illustrated so beau
Drug Store was something to moment now.) fir Rogers was tifully the aggregation of spiritual
see. I am sure the winners will accompanied by this. reporterand fraternal, civic,' social
cherish these throughout the family. While in Big Jax, and political organization in a
to come we had the chance to witness:
years community; and the Rev C. S.
three Miami (basketball tams in Ratoliff, who expressed the 1m Homes For
Willie M. Mays, son of Mr. action. They were Carver, BTW portance of good leaders, organ- AT THE
and Mrs. Gad (Freddie) Mays, and Northwestern We felt very Ization and cooperation In a
left for the 101 Airborne Dlvi proud to see all three teams win. community.The Sale Miami Beach
slon at Fort Benlng on the 14thto .......
take hLs basic training. We purpose of the 'lea was to
will miss seeing, him around our J. F. DEAL STUDIO introduce the organization to CONVENTIONHALL
community and will look forward Phone FR 4-3034 the community. Mrs. Ethel
to his safe return. 307 N.W. 2nd) Ave. cliffe Peoples, secretary., president; M 8. Rat I I Open Sun. 2 to 6 p.m. I

"Safety First" The fire extinguisher We copy and enlarge pictures of You are welcome to look
you purchase: today( your loved ones at half price. We Notice
lay save your life tomorrow. make all kinds of pictures.Don't '

Put you out.that Mrs.fire Agatha out before Cole it is puts the .......p................................... taught Private evenings lessons; Tuesday in Ceramics throughThunday 1260 N.W. 55th St. Mon. Mar..13

representative for the home fire at 1592 NW 67th St. ONLY $2,000 DOWN
extinguisher' in the Heights. Fret Fight! For further information call OX See this custom luxury All Seats Reserved
These extinguishers are handy 11913. F18; home fit for king
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should have all defects correct will help you to guide your I
responsibility
EVERY CHILD teeth as I children in assuming
FLORIDA FOR ed. He should !brush his
MIAMI I teeth.
TIMES
of
THE MIAMI soon as 'possible after eating. in for the care

\ PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1961 GOOD HEALTH doing this he should ,brush ((1)

.- DENTAL CARE the upper teeth downward withan ,MIAMI TIMES ADS
outward motion, ((2) the
By BESSIE' STYLES SMITH out DON'T COST THEY PAY
lower ones upward with an
:
( oPastThisweekTRti S In spite .of our high standardof ward motion, and ((3)) the CALL OX 1.0421 TODAY

living and the availability of chewing surfaces back and
\ a variety of foods essential to forth. Both outer and inner
AN ANP FEATURE dental health tooth decay is a surfaces should be cleaned. '
among school EXPERT WATCH AND
serious problem:
-syss see child should have his own
Kr''O oo.rassss s a Every
<<
)O ClOG( children. REPA'IRSAndrews'
12, 1809 February 15, 1895 High among the factors that tooth brush, small in size, with CLOCK
y February George Schuyler, writer and contribute to dental carles Is the two rows of bristles which are Jeweler
Abraham Lincoln, 16th .president columnist, was born in Rhode generally' accepted practice of even In length. .' vt
of the United States, was Island. eating candy, cake and drinking 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.'i.
born in Harding County, Ky. carbonated sodas between meals. February 5.11 will be observed "s '
February 16, 1826C. Other factors include the child' in our schools as Child All work guaranteed
February 13, 1817 L. Force of Boston published heredity, the background of in. ren's Dental Health Week.. 40 Years In Butlneaa
Frederick Douglass' states the first paper printed in formation on the part of the Children will bring home valu FR 3-0152
man, authQr and abolitionist, Africa, the Liberia Herald. meal planner, and the health able printed information for
was born in Maryland. practices relating to the"care of their parents. These pamphlets
February 17, 1902 the teeth.
February 13, 1873 Marian Anderson, famed con The school helps children be
Emmett Scott, secretary ,to tralto, was born in Philadelphia. come aware of the'need ,for ee

Booker T. Washington and one- February 17, 1865 tablishinff correct health habit
time secretary-treasurer of How The Ku Klux Klan was organ, re'ated to dental health; brush Central Life Insurance Co.
ard University, was born. ized at Pulaski, Tenn. ing the teeth regularly, rinsingthe
mouth after eating, good nutrition
13 1760 '' the IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
February February 18, 1861 and regular visits' to
Richard Allen, founder of the Jefferson Davis inaugurated dentist.On CONSIDERATION THEIR
AME church, was born in Mary president of Southern Confederacy.

land. second the grade kindergarten the teacher through pro. New Family'Group PlanFather

vides for experiences that will

help the child to recognize the Mother Children-All Under One Premium
dentist as a friend, develop cor ,
Carver "Y" rect attitude toward brushing Newborns Automatically Insured at Birth

MembershipDrive teeth, rinsing the mouth after eat AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
I eating, whenever possible,
ing proper food and limiting the Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
I amount of sweets in the died.
Shaping-up When children reach third grade From
I ICONTnmUTIONS they can be expected to assume
increasing responsibility for the
COMING IN care of teeth. $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The
The primary function of teethis
This year's annual member. Join The AdultCommunity
to aid digestion through the
Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
ship drive of the George Wash
chewing of food. In this connection -
ington Carver Branch of the BandCan children should be taughtto Modern Policlea to Fit Your Individual Needs
YMCA, is fast shaping up and :you play a musical instru. chew their food well. They
'
getting ready for the big kick- ment? Are you 18 years old or must also learn not to bite nuts, 0
off. Already .several significant over? Would :you like to Join an nard candy or substances which
contributions have come in to adult beginner's class the
crack break
or an might or oven
the general chairman Mrs.. advance Instrumental group? If tooth enamel. Dental decay af- Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
Clora Pearsall, and all indications your answer. is yes to any of the eels the ability to chew, It may
point to the fact that many above questions come out and also cause pain and the forma. 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
more will be soon forthcoming. register at Northwestern High Ion of abcessea. A gum boll

KEY WEST MAN Adult School. You may do BO denotes an abcess and indicatesan OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
CONTRIBUTES $100 any week day evening from 2:00 infected tooth. Infection
p.m. to 10 p.m Classes will from decayed teeth may be carried 176 N.W. 14th St. WEST PALM BEACH
Among the first contributorsto meet on Monday! and Wednesday to ,other parts .of the body
the current campaign was nights or each week in the and seriously Impair the gen. MIAMI 602 N. Rosemary Ave.
Frank Mario, an Italian, who band room from 7 p.m. until eral health of the individual.
lives In Key West and who 10. Remember some instruments Every child should have his FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
after reading and learning of can be furnished free of charge. teeth, both temporary and permanent 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth St.
the efforts being put forth. to aid Call PL 4-5491 for further In. examined by a dentist
needy ,boys in the local areas, formation. M4 manent, examined by a dentist
'contributed $100 to the drive. not less than twice a year and

Also contributing to the cam Boys Club L J:-!." fl't"fU.L "" _ I''! _ _.L __ .. _
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of Miami who donated $10. Helps CP

KICK-OFF DINNER FEB. 20 Liberty Square Boys' Club For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
The kickoff dinner for the and their buddies solicited
current drive will be held on $163.73 for Cerebral Palsy dur
Monday night, Feb. 20, but the ing the recent telethon. Much :
drive is actually already under praise is due this group for BONDED, :
day. The goal is 1,000 new such a charitable act; the soil
members and 'at least ,,$5,000 in citora were: Bobby Harris, _
cash. Everyone will join. in and contribute to this nett, Roosevelt Shlpman Alex. ,v
very deserving comipalgn. Any- ander Shipman, George Ship-
one who daM not have the timeto man, Louis Qilchrist, Floyd COLLECTIONThe ,
actively participate in the Williams, Billy Cook, Jesse r
move, personally, may make a Tuff, Nathaniel Warren, Arthur 4 N 1
cash contribution and officialsin Lee, Charles Lee, Earnest
charge will select a deserving Pierce, J. Y. Harris, Milton,
boy for him who in turn will Dorothy Lee and Oletha Jack-
become a member. IGERCY Inc1

The slogan is "Build For To son.The solicitors. were supervls.
morrow Join. Your "Y" To. ed by Mesdames Lucy Thomas I
day.." and Ethel Lee: Mesdames Chaa.
'The basic fees are $3.00, Barr
Hudson Robert Davis, '
$5.00, no.00 and 2000. The Willie L. Parker, Elisha Hep largest collection and rental
sustaining fees are $10, $25, burn and Eugene E. Kemp.
and $100. You may select any agency in.the.South; operating in
type of fee you desire, but 'when
,
you are called ,up to join or COMINGNAACP Dade and, Broward Counties'
help some deserving boy to do,
be sure to do your ,Part. It will
do much in helping to make this Negro Housing areas
KWACHA'TEAFEBRUARY
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community a better place for all L. L. BROOKS, President
people to live.

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cause, knowing him as I do be
I
THE
does not think our tourney is MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA

:und Miami too "small" (as one of the fel SATURDAY '
FEBRUARY 18 1961 PAGE :
lows put It) for him. All of his 11 _
1L"
fans will be glad to shake the

By DAVE RONDO hand of a golf pro who has ,,
.
h proved that he is In the class. #" # '#'#'# '#" '# # I to..... .}ok"" I <

with our champs of the ring, Joe ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE "
PUN PHUN
Louis I
i! HA! Some offl- Sugar Ray, Archie Moore
and others who have done much
: the County or City
for By PHIL OSSOPflR
have our race. But we should not ,
to guns taken
the public. Remem be disappointed or think of him .##,##" ,##,#" ," ##.,,," ,,,, For EveryoneWe
,,. as a "swell head" specialize in risks
rted this ipush almost .I w..GMKaMf ag6Y if he doesn't iuijrned J
saga when Everett ters( and ,guns to these make it. He could be tied up "The Case of the Long Over- with $30 down. Financing MTABA:*
who| persons elsewhere In PGA due Books" was. solved In East
opular Miami; school are eligible' to play. Our
carry them ed.Altman
I' other pros Orange, N.J., last week, with
as gunned down ,by am not looking for any glory like.Teddy Rhodes, much Insurance Agency
Ray Batts, moaning and
Next thing we know, or credit for getting the county a Joe Roach and about the groaning on 708 KW 3rd St. TO 1.242t
to ,ban thousand other golfers part of the culprits.:
In will be
re population was one guns Dade County I here. .:. .: '" .,
of snatching am only Interested in Ray 'puts on one of the

of existence. Commls-every that someone will have a chance seeing T.finest,, .. shows.L_. .0..in"" the country.h and who Losing ignored patience overdue with" notices thOR--
to dive i.v'i>o iimi mis on
lex Gordon and WTVJ a little longer without year wn rt have
some of books from four
them our local months to a
being women
handled repre-
rector, Ralph Renick, by Just freely and senting our fair city. Winning is year. Harold Roth, director of Reduced
lr :behind anyone -
power me Ine the East "
not as important a> playing and Orange Library, sent
but one of our local
giving out policemen to enforce
HERE'S representation a new I
,
)rass put cold water on A HOT ONEt Chi so come local '.
on ladles. ordinance which
cago White Mayme will not be provides
Sox $295 Down
President
bale thing. Even the bring his team into will able to play due to her illness penallties for failure: to return
Commissioners held a Miami for and work, but library books. The policemen,
a few you believe
days in that
Opa Locka
and Park
April. Bunch
on the gun situation six Negro They have SHE WANTS TO, and would if working late, nabbed some of
er almost coming to the stars with them, including she could the culprits around midnight,

[of banning guns in all Q""u" Minnie___.. _Mlnoso. Al therefore arousing their Ire. 2-bedroom CBS just painted
Bounty, the local police utuiiu, icya KODinson, Stan
[told them that the ideat Johnson, Juan Pizarro and Win. ....SIR JOHN IIOTEL owner, Sam Man, that's really one for the Like new. Several availableNo
work. How does any ton Drown. They will stay at Rabin, has done it again. He has books! It's a warning to East

ow that it won't work? the Biscayne Terrace hotel Jn set up a boxing ring in the patio Orange-ites to avoid the wrathof closing cost

lake laws every day, Just downtown Miami. This is anoth of the hotel GO that Harold Roth BO they won't get book
to themselves, but re. er first for Negroes to .stay in a "Killer" Johnson and Kid Paret ed. I'll bet the schools up there C.Bargain -i

iggestive laws that would major downtown hotel in a can train in Miami. Chris Dun will have a big demand for

the whale county. I per- group The manager of Biscayne dee will entice all of Sepia courses on how to read faster.

feel that if a law could Terrace, Randy KIppel, sez, "it fighters to train at the Sir John I understand the library Is doIng -
sed banning firearms and is bound to happen In Miami twice a week. A small charge of a volume business In overdue J'
caught without the sooner or later." And he is 50 cents may be the admission returns since the arrests.
ers to have a gun !in prop-his right! Maybe the other hotels and the money will be given to Just goes to show you; keeping Liberty City I

Ian or home, store or car will follow suit. Here Is the various charities. They are hop a book that's overdue is something -
gest blow: and I, like so ing that Floyd Patterson's man. you can overdo
Abe! given a $1,000 fine $495 Down $80 Mo.
others, voted gare will -
In Ralford against Gov. blg.j allow the champ to ."
>ne year (no I've had
ris train my own difficulties
ded sentences. ;. .no (ball credit Bryant whom.. but .. we .must. there and the money will With_ llhrarlPB. Whtl", ........i..i-_ 2 bedrooms CBS 1
-, -v.v> /vtcruil* .AU, .Isaid -- go to his favorite charitv. mtv n ------ ?- f uvu "y}'ijriUB Florida
IB UUO. lie
just a straight Jail sen- I for a renewal
"it of Miami on my card last
would Publicity
go against Director
regardless of race, creed lished estab- Lew Price thinks year, I was asked, "What is room, wood floors
custom.-Remember that this is ,
ilor this would be a "
a safer your occupation tUed'I
ESTABLISHED good idea and ? I said "Book
CUSTOM hope I
etter place in which to live but a training keeper"
does not violate any State Law. show will attract more visitors and got a dirty Look roof, best location.
ring up our children. Lem- You see '
He sez he has always to Miami. they won't want bookkeepers -
-
rave a point. Last Wednes. in freedom of association.believed" In i they want book return 1148 N.W. 59th St.
night I watched a guy walk era
lo a bar in Brown Sub anda other words, as far as he is MARGARET DROWN, A lady

drink of wine off the concerned, you may associate golfer and sportswoman, has While we don't have such 1164 N.W. 59th St.
The fellow who owned the with anyone at all that you bought a race horse. We hear drastic laws in Miami, just In "I'
i told the man to ask him choose be he white, black, tell, Margaret is on her way to case the book laws are likewise
blue, yellow, green or you owning a stable of race horses changed on the law books -
[some, and not Just take it. We I'm
don't have to wish her luck.
associate with going to be
hat rang out, and any 'prepared. I'll take
,
yep you
Call
one at all: It the out that anytime
it, the shot governor has TillS IS book, "How to Improve
fsed man the fel- this IT FOIl NOW. Till
Your
thought .
who had bought the wine. why do we next week Live life, Memory" the one I
have
I ask you, does that make downtown all the'movies fuss about the. golden minute of it. PEACE every I so forgot I to return last time Supreme Realty
and restaurants can learn to
e' remember
; But if there was a ban to
night spots and other return my books on time before
guns this would not have -
pened. People cannot walk places of amusement? Let's any judge throws the book FR 1-5641

und with concealed look this thing square In the at me and gives me time In
too weapons face In the next few years and FOR RENT the (pokey! I
n, we cannot blame the there will
be
no color bar in
lie too much
Ie ,blame let's put a Dade County. So, ifen y'all ain't CHOICE I-BEDROOM
on Police Chief
Her Headley, Dade County : a.coming.ready get ready 'cause it's CORNER APARTMENTS R RUPTURED: ?

rift Thomas Kelly; or even .. .. ,

city manager, Melvin Reese, In Finest Building I"'.''''' N..-Swtr.eI Off. .......
forgetting County Manager PHKTTY CHKL OP The Week: ADULTS ONLY Trm Afar C.rr*.$... A, ..-.ow
ump" Campbell. It they Issu- Mab'e Mapp Pretty Boy of COST.
orders for a nightly shaken the Week: Bill Robinson (formerly 5815 N.W. 12th Ave. PILES RECTAL DISEASES

as on pool these rooms"trouble, beer spots"h and About with Town the. .Quails. Harry) .Smith Man SE! CARETAKER APT. NO. 7 DR. LONG'S CLINIC u/, s.w'; ;'T.r:? ,

ne Joints, whiskey bar in our Policeman- of the Week;
ea as well as the Cuban and Det. Carroll

her areas, we might come up

th a bagful! of unlicensed RAY. MITCHELL.. U In town NOW YOU CAN BUY
ns, This would also prevente getting things set up for his
money-hungry gun shop North-South Coif Tourney, Feb. CIVIL SERVICE 6-months' auto liability insurance .

ners from selling these guns 2024. Ray will introduce some

just anybody. Let them sellns new features in this golf classic, EXAMS----ANNOUNCED------ -- For only $16.60 ,Down at
with a 7- |d and the registration applicaon One of the big questions from
security can be SERVICE fiRST INSURANCE AGENCY
| of the gun should be initigated our local golfers is, will Charlie yours
by a detail from both "Hoss" Sifford come to Miami T by preparing now for com
3497 'N.W. 7th Avenue INE 66358And
Bo-lce; departments. I caa't He has moved into the big ing Civil Service Exams.

Mm? to get over the idea that league as the first member of For information write: 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4.6612

re is BO cheap. Remember, the his race to become a member of IP YOU CAN QUALIFYNo
fanning of guns, In these in the PGA. lie made a good show National Training Service

tames, wm not put the gun ing in their tourney and we are Greenwich Conn. appointment necessary
hops out of business because proud of him. Personally, I F14 .JJoth offices open Alon.thm ,Sat. t) nm. to 5 p.m.

hey can sell rUles to the nun. believe Charlie will come, be. .

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FLORIDA __ L L MLIlUm 14 Hi the homo of her daughter.
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, IN MEMORIAM Mlft' Mill"' Mao O'Neal of 935

In sad but loving manioc of NW Mth .t..t Horvlces will b*
PAGE 12 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 1961 DEATHSFrancis
our dear mother ttMVlttetcil\ \ (t Hundajr/ In Crawford -
J MRS. ALICE &f. WRIGHT \"illH\\ > lift.. Mhe Id now on view at
', who departed this .life on Fvb, -IIRm".lI.l..l1Jii the dim LI"l! and will remain until
: 13, 1956. x & "1m. Feb. 18. Othor cunrlvorslA
;} CA S MEMORIALSI' Gone, but not forgotten. May IVHte" ft tau thtsr, Mrs Ella D.uestt .
she rest in peland n111M 1.\\\\\11\\\\( \i ft nun. Columbus St-
perpetual shine mxm her Mra. Easter J"t i \n NW \\* *I tk Bwulehildren( and nine.plHgt .
Lewis W. Wright ,on nth at t., a"t 8 tltVhv T, tIH1.. ,.. Mt'sIuklidren., ) :" !jfr
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe Solomon Wright ton 'Ylwawr' held VK- \ 1$ *l tttP, I 1) A V 1 it l Nppi, of 197.NW.; ?,
And Family, Church ot Christ' Survlwwelude ,111,\, Mh COUfli\ it lei) Feb. 14 ,' at.
family of the late, family of the late fear h.u.taiut MUtroi\ *\\vl' '
GEORGE MAGWOODwish \the tftiutty''' raililouco!. He came to

.,... f. ,, ,,"&')._ to thank the many friends IN MEMORIAMIn other Nlalh" ... "I'n\\ l 1037 from. Ktngstreet*,
'. ; -
of the late, 0 Nwlww' will bo held Monday -
: and relatives for their kindness memory ..
< 't :,: ,.", during the hours .of bereavement. MRS. GUSSIE LANE Mr*, Mlunl' Jb"t 91tl "t ISO: : 1m. In St. Matjthaws
I .... ': ',.. Thanks to the pastor and mem who went to rest February 18. NW &th, /t.. died' *Vb< la dr'ranguments ''' t'rewwUl lltiptist Church,
"v:: tnmiuytetaviYora 4\\''
; are
Isvurvlvml
1 officiating. He
1969. W \Voodley
< bers of the Triumph Church and ,
to the House of Albert. Sleep on dear mother and take are an aunt, Mr* n"bl'ca by u sister, Mrs. Essie
: : Florle Magwood, wife your rest. We love you, and Alexander; undoVely bi.Is ,. William, Friends may call at
: nephew John Lennatr' ; cu at 1 Sunday "
( ". ';1, Two SonsC.ARD miss you daily. the funeral home p.m.
sin Mrs. Rasa Coffee
1 J" .nI The Family ,
'1 Miss Rosie Mae Clark
.4 \, OF THANKSThe granddaughterIN I Joseph Frailer of 88100 SW Raymond l). Welters of 210DBth '

.' 115th aye, Goulds died Feb. 18aa court, died Feb. 15 in Para
>.'% family of the late, a result of being struck by anautoU1ob Villa Convalescent Home lIe

.. / MRS. ABBIE HEBRON MEMORIAM le. The body wilt.be. was aWnatlve+ of Key West and
a "' { takes this method .of thankingthe shipped to. Waverly, Qa. for
:
; lived In Miami for 30 years.
: ,: :: .t/ ;.\AI.: : many friends and neighbors final rites.! :Survivors include! his Services' will be held Feb. 19 at
f : ;
t ...''ti;;',, ,>','. .'',"I, ".'('. ; for their kindness and for the wHet Minnie Lee; three sisters 1 p.m. in St. Mary's Star .of the
,,;;, .,!.. _'" : <":; many condolences received'duro Mm. Maggie Baker, Mrs. Ernie Sea Roman Catholic Church,
ing the illness and death of
Baker and Mrs Idenla Williams
Key West. He Is survived by his
GEORGE WILLIAMSwho their daughter from the of
city
,
"u.r sisters, Mrs. Elinor Johnson,
passed on January 30, wishto Miami and New York. Thanks to Mrs. Lucille White of :174 NW Miss Viola: Welters and Miss'
thank their many friends Rev. S. A. Thomas of Mt. Sinai -18L ( 8th st., died Feb. 14. Arrange Hygenla Welters. Friends 'may

and relatives for their cards, Baptist Church and members of merits are incomplete. Survivors call at the chapel Saturday at 10p.m.
telegrahs and flowers. Special the First Baptist Church of are her husband, Luchla; a sister I .
thanks to Richardson Funeral Brownsville and the Range Fun' Mrs. Emily Smith; four I
home and the Rev. J. II. WiLson. eral Home. orothers, Rubin, George, Willie
He leaves to mourn a wife, The Family ,. and Harold Thomas. Richardson .

Mercedes two sons, two sisters,
two brothers, two stepsons and CARD OF THANKSThe Daby Boy Reddlck, son of Mr. Mrs. Annie L. Golden, 830 NW
two daughters, a host. of grand. and Mrs. James ReddIck of 1910 1st court, died Feb. 13. Services
children and !great grands and family of the late, NW 1st 'place'' stillborn on will be held'from Mt. Zion Baptist
other relatives. : j MRS. CAROLINE MANUEL Feb 10. Graveside! services were Church Feb. 21 at 2 p.m.

CARD OF THANKSThe wish to thank our friends and held at Paradise Memorial Mrs. Golden is survived by her
neighbors for their kindness cemetery:= husband, Fenton Sr., son, Fen-
_.._
family of the late shown to us during the recent r ,f: ." ton Jr, and mother, Mrs. Ger
MR. CLARENCE MOSS death of .our loved one. Baby Boy ''Williams of 475 NW trude Batts.

who died on January 4, and was Our deepest thanks to ,.our .M1 9th St., died Feb. 10. Gravesideservices

laid to rest on January 14, 1961, pastor, Rev. K. D. White of Feb.. 15. Survivors..are Infant Ronel Lester, son of
takes this method of expressing Bethel AME Church and choir his parents. Mr and Mrs. Charles Lester,
its thanks and appreciation to No.1. 526 SW 7th ave., Homestead,

the many friends, who were so (Special. thanks to Mrs. Kath --- was funerallzed Feb. 16.

kind during its hours of bereavement leen Whyms, and Mrs. Ernestine DEACON LAFAYETTE CAIL
Thanks for cards, Walters, florists, and to those (passed February 13, 1958 Range Infant Baby Boy Brown, son
who sent cards tele- His life Is beautiful .of Mr. 'and Mrs. Columbus
letters, telegrams, flowers, cars, sympathy a memoryHis
Mrs. Josie Nolan of 2262 NW
letters and to those who absence is a client grief Brown, 343 NW 9th st., was
and all other kind gestures of grams, .
63rd fit., died Feb. 9. She came
laid to rest Feb. 16.
sympathy. Special thanks to the gave us the use of their cars, He sleeps in God's lovely gardenIn to Miami in 1936 from Madison,
and the Key West Undertaking sunshine and in perfect
Range Funeral Home for its, fine peace.
Fla. Services held in Mt.
and efficient service. Again, Co., for their splendid service. There's'an open door at the end were Miller Collins .of Chicago! son
Zion Baptist Church. She is of Mrs. Collins, 934 NW 2nd ct.
.
thanks to for May God bless each of you of the road I
everyone every survived by daughter Mrs. !
a ,pioneer family of Miami, will be
The Family Through which each must go
thing. He's but not forgot.
gone Manza .English, a grand daughter Feb. 18.
buried Services at Mt.
ten. Key West, Fla. alone; <|I.I| "
Oulda English and three Zion Baptist Church, 10
a.m.
And there in a light we cannotsee
Mrs.
Jeanette Moss mother
brothers, Thomas J., Cornelius Feb. 18.Manker.
Miss Geneva Moss, sister 'CARD OF THANKSTo and Charles Miller
Our Father
James Deveaux, uncle olaims His own.

the pastor and members ot Leona Drama Call Call, wife mother Mrs. Mary Sue Lawrence of I .
CARD OF THANKSThe the St. John Baptist. Church, the 2961 NW 213th St., died Feb. 9
Francis Funeral home and the at her home. Services were held I Mrs. Leola 'WILson of 3330
family of the late, many friends and neighbors. IN MEMORIAM Thursday ,at.,the Church of The William Ave., Coconut Grove,

---..-.--.........--...- The family of the late Mr, In memory of .our dear hus Living God in Brownsville. Shy died Feb.. 7* Funeral services
I Salathlel Davis, who departedthis I band and father, is survived by her husband, were held Feb. 11 at St. Mary
world on February 3, 1961, John, a daughter, Mrs. Jeanie Baptist Church. Survivors Include
express .our deep appreciationfor 6u9 Mae Griffin and two grand a husband, Eugene; two
services sisters, :Mrs. Addle Gates Mrs.
your sympathy and t t children.
#r kindness. during our hour of be Henderson.Flossie Davis, a brother, Horace

reavement. Mrs. Maude Scavella: of 1631

Those tender words and deeds' NW .73rd St., died Feb. 9. Mrs Ravenel -Mark of
Scavella came to Miami in 1910 1430% NW
of compassion consolation and
5th place died
Feb. 8. The
from Eleuthera, Bahamas. Ser body
,,., A $,I understanding were .of Infinite S was shipper to Chestnut Funera'
vices will be held Feb. 18 at
comfort to us In those dark days Home
In Ocala: for final rites.
1
in St.
and shall ever 'be rememberedwith N p.m. Mary's Wesleyan
4 Methodist Church. She is sur
profound gratitude.The .
Willie! Brown of 617 NW
44th
vived
by three daughters, Mesdames -
Davis Family
ave.,, Homestead.
Eva Hepburn, Naomi died Feb. 9
.t Cleare and Miss Lillian Scavel Services were held Feb 13. Sur

.. IN MEMORIAMIn I la; five sons, Edward, Eugene, vivor Is a wife, Saddle.

Stafford, James, and Joseph; a
M a sad ,but loving memory of ; 'k brother, Kenneth Johnson, anda Little Valerie Wilson of 1800
.our dear mother, rl i sister Mrs. Lucille Johnson. NW 3rd ave., died Feb. 14
ALBERTHA SUMMERLINwho '1 The body will be taken to the Graveside service was held Feb.
departed this life Feb. 18, .: \ residence at 6 p.m. Friday. 15. She is survived by her mother -
it5 1960. 4 Mrs. Cleotha Wilson.Sacrifice .

She is not gone, she is just f <' Cliff ford Lowe 2366 West

.aY away. May she rest in peace. ; 6th Lane, Hialeah, died Feb. 9
4+ Mrs. Frankie 11. Glover, ;' : Services were held from the

daughter I 0,} chapel> Wednesday. He is survived Sale
: by his wife, Idella,
ANDREW HOPKINS ; : a eon,
wish to thank their many friends IN MEMORIAMIn 'S_ .. three brothers and three sisters. Open to the public

for the kindness shown them CLAUDE DILLARDwho Ladies millinery, hand bag

during the untimely passing of sad but loving memory of departed this life February: Willie B. Wade of 1089 NW and accessories. Value
their son, brother and grandson our dear father, 14, 1959. 108th ave., died Feb. 10. Ser
from
January 27, 1961. ROBERT HILTON Gone, but will never be for- vices will be held Feb. 18 at $2.98 up to $25.00
who departed this life February gotten. 4:30: p.m. In the chapel. He is and u'p, now only $1.50 and
We
wish to
Fr. Theodore Gibson especially of Christ thank It's 13, 1954. Upright and just to the end of .survived by his wife, Eloise, his $2.001 Entire stock must go
always hard to understand
I his days mother, Mrs. Pearl
Wade and limit time
Episcopal Church for his only from 0:30: a.m.
wordsof Why loved ones must depart Sincere and true in his heart two. sisters, Mesdames Lorine
comfort, the Bethell-Wllliams For to 8 p.m. dally Sundays 10
every day ahead seems gray and mindA Nelson: and Violet Johnson. Mr. a.m.
Funeral Home for its splendid When sorrow fills the heart beautiful memory he left behind Wade I is now on view in the to 3 p.m.
service, the friends who sent Gone but not forgotten chapel.
flowers, telegrams, cards and Esther Gregory daughter Albertha Dillard wife Room 202
those who visited and made calls Hattie Humes, daughter Paul Dillard, son Mrs. Fannie
of which D. Peeks, a recent 120 N.W. 2nd Street
Inquiry
helped to
Ugh Clara
Hilton
daughter Drenda Dillard daughter resident of Miami, died Feb.
ten
our burden. --_ -- .. --. '-- -_ '_ __ .. ____ ___ __
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May God bless all of you. He u _ _==:----u-_ _- --. _---_ -_- _ ..; _ _
leaves to mourn his passing:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leonard

Hopkins, parents West India SON CAL
Mrs. Clarice Smith, R.N.,
sister
.Mr. Joseph C, Hopkins, Bro.
TSgt.| Ivan R. Hopkins Bro. \ N.eW/ Your man of faith and prayer. Do you (have a problem? Are you
Leonard L. Hopkins Bro.
'Miss Patricia Hopkins, Sin s, worried? Can't hold a job? Can't hold money? Your loved one, is

Mrs. Vivian Badon, sister '
turning to another? -
Donald R. Hopkins, Bro. "-
,Miss Paulette Hopkins, Sis.

,Mrs.Marcia Louise Hopkins Major, sister, a t Are' you sick? No matter what the problem is you can be helped by

grandmother faith in God Almighty. Call Son Cal today and be blessed through
and a host of relatives and
.4friends God's everlasting power.

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.ertiser CALL NE 56340. YES, YOU CAN BE HELPED.

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I JACKIE I THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA FURNISHED APT Deauurull7'

I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1961 PAGE 13 decorated, enclosed yard com '\1'
ROBINSONTO pletely furnished. 796 NW 58th
St. Call Mrs. Hubert. FR 4-4234-
d r INCOME TAX NOTARY CLEAN furnished room with after hours, NE 41087. F25
SPEAK Homes, land, rentals. Mrs. Ora kitchen to' yourself. In quiet I
D. Taylor. 14601 Lincoln Blvd, place. Call OX 14864. 1-BEDROOM APT." no.NW i
The progressive men of Mt. Richmond Heights. Phone CE 52nd St.
ii'p Olivette Baptist Church, 1450 64246. (Call ,'now to avoid FURNISHED 'room with young "ey
NW 1st Court, are observing ruah.) couple' In Liberty City. OX STORES. 1216 NW 3rd Ave., J
their 11th annual Men's Day 13289. 1217 NW 3rd ave. One room for
Sunday, Feb. 10 at 11 a.m. and 1 WANTEDSALES rent private bath. Call FR R
7:30: p..ni.Itbe speaker, for the FURNISHED apartment. 2 bed. 4-8398 or OX 1-5861. Inch', '
morning will be Judge, L, E. HELP Be your own boss. rooms. $15 per week. 260 NW
Thomas. Judge ThotnaS was the Full or part time selling the 24th st. OX 11690. HOUSEKEEPING_rooms. M a :J?
first Negro Municipal Judge to fabulous Lena Horne Cosmetic cook, day or night. OX 60866.,,,
achieve this status iri the South line. Call FR 4.4800 or come to ROOM. Only men. PL 84164. 6211 NW 22nd Ct. .
since Reconstruction tJa7. our showroom at 20 NW tat Are. all after 4 p.m., 1081 NW 61st
St. FURNISHED One-bedroom apt.
The evening speaker wit. be Modern. Adults MU 1-0325 729,
Jackie Robinson of New xork.. TV NOT WORKING? COMPLETELY Furnished, 2- NW 55th Terrace. t"
Mr. Robinson Is a national hero, bedroom apt. for adults only. : ;
r being the first Negro to be admitted If you live In Liberty City or Utilities furnished, 1235 NW FURNSHED ROOM. Twin beds,1
Into major league basd> Brownsville we will repair your 68th terrace. PL 46965. women or men. HI 3-4124. Doro
ball. TV on credit. Pay weakly. Free thy Smith. R
-, ..- estimate. Call, QX 19426. indf 2-BEDROOM APT. Electric 1
- 'Rev. I. C. Mickinj
the pastor, '
stove, refrigerator. ROOM in
Pleasing sur private home. Reason
LILLIE M. McCLKXDON states, that Richard
Smlth/ the LEGAL NOTICE roundings. 3057 NW 61st St. alble. Welcome to have
Men's company.
Servant of God concerned about Day chairman, and Eles-
NE 2114 NW
&6th St.
the lost, poor and needy ter Worrell, the co-chairman, as Notice under fictitious name law 4.6179EFUR Liberty City.
The Community Prayer Band well as the aible men of Mt. Oli I Notice is hereby given that the IS lN1 Ii7D ROOM in private LOVELY IOME. New Colored
wishes to thank Rev., Orlffen vette, are sparing no pains in I undersigned, desiring to engage home. Cooking privileges, pri neighborhood $22 week.
and his gpod members of Shiloah their effort to make this the !in- business under the fictitious vate refrigerator 2986 NW 46th Option to buy. Very small per down
M D. Church on 14th and biggest Men's Day yet. You
of
ave. are name Community Ambulance St. NE 42828.
69th st., for opening your doorto !invited to come early in order ]I Service 6701 NW 15th Ave.. Miami payment___L. 2780- maybe_my.__ 6ota nothing.at.. NE Inquire *
us. We also thank everyoneof to get a seat.cese. Fla., Intends to register the 55566.
you, spiritually and financially said name with the Clerk of Cir CARE FOIl CHILDREN \
for helping us make our 3rd cuit Court of Dade County, Fla. 6939 NW 20th Ave. OX 1.7694.
anniversary a success. William Earl Manker ,F18 FOR SALE
Sis. Julia Laster Rec. Sec'y Orange Hayes, Owners
Sis. Llllie M McClendon, We also thank the Rev A. B. Feb. 3, 10, ''17, 24 DUPLEX 2 (bedroom. Low down
presidentPL Collins, pastor of St. John AME :: j payment. 1720 NW 50th St. By
1.5892THANK Church, South Miami, where the Beautiful D & H owner. III 43955. '
program was held, LEGAL NOTICE
Only $100 down, rental, optlonto -
YOUThe Mrs. Ann Dericho, president; Notice under fictitious name law HomesIn buy. Four new homes, 2
Rev. Ira McCall, advisor; Mrs./ Notice Is hereby given that the two bedroom with Florida room,
parents of the Midget Ethel Edwards, corresponding undersigned, desiring to engagein built-in stove and range, oar
Chorus who sponsored a program secretary. business under the fictitiousname Richmond Heights porte, 2 three-bedroom, garage,
14 in behalf
January 'of
on of Manker Funeral Home, built-!n stove and oven. Rich.
the 1st anniversary chorus, who'wish celebrated to thank its 6701. NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla., 2 and 3 bedroom homes mond Heights. Call Ora D. Tay
Intends to register the aId name lor, CE 54246. Agent for D and
all make who the participated program a and great to, help BUG- 'JOIN THE NAACP! with the 'Clerk of Circuit, Courtof with carport, garage, Flor II Construction Co.
Dade County, Fla.
William E. Manker, Owner ida room, built in stove and Beautiful Armstrong Manor
Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24 Expands Four beautiful models
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! oven. Large lots repeating themselves In these
MEDIUMS FROM CANADA choice homes now under con
FOR RENT $100 Dn. $24 Wk. structlon. Enter your application
1776 N.W. 20th Street now. Select colors, etc. Call
Billet DUPLEX APT. New 2bedroomapt. CE 54246 for information, Ora
Reading
Psychometry Adults only. Finest neigh. e _D, Taylor, sales agent.
Spiritual CommunicationALL borhood. 1128 NW 76th Street. ew
MESSAGE SERVICE PL 72726. Duplex in Perrlne. Fine
EVERY MONDAY AFTKRNOON1 2 to 4 P.M. ORA D. TAYLOR rental and living area. Make an
HOUSE AT 3094 NW 51st Ter-: offer after appointment. Call CE
EVERY MONDAY EVENING 8 to 10 P.M. Real Estate 5-4246. Ora D.
in Brownsville. NE 49925. Agent Taylor.
You and your friends are cordially invited to attend!'
these demonstrationsFor UNFURNISHED apartment. Nice Call CE 5-4246 One Acre for sale in Perrine.
quiet place. 6306 NW 15th ave. Beautiful location. Price $650.
further information phone NE 5.3338 FR. 1-9797 or NE 41886. Indf I r syi'ft'Tr' iftg ..A Cash or terms. Ora D. Taylor,
- CE 54246.

One home recently done over
OPEN 2-6 P.M. and yard fenced. 2 bedroom,
REF RIG ERA TORS CBS home. A fine home for A
fine family. Call CE 5.4246 for
DUPLEX Information. and appointment.In .

Spray PAINTED 5201 5205 N.W. 15th Ave. Opa Locks Waterfront
home. 1953 NW 155th St. Car-
Corner Lot porte, 1% bath, 3 bedroom home.
.. Like New Any Color CBS, Florida Room, on Call CE 5-4246 for information.One .

',_. South of 54th St., 1 Mortgage r
in Richmond
split level home
I Heights. Flllmore and Cor
$1495Pastel $2,000 Down $95 Per Month al Reef. bedroom, oak floors,
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Colors bulaIn'oven and range, enclosed
garage, 'corner, large lot.
$500 down. Total price 15490.
PAN AMERICAN REALTY OX 1-8371 Monthly $110. A dream home!
2215 N.W. 36th Street NE 49013MANKER Call Ora D. Taylor Realty, CE

(rear) 5-4246.:

HOUSE. 2 bed rooms. Bath, Itt,
., 2 lots. Reasonable. NE 3-8825.,;

FUNERAL HOME III SUNDRY and Sandwich Shop In
good downtown location, 1842
6701 N.W. 15th Avenue OX 1.91'51 Y.WT! NW 6th ave. F26

WILLIAM 10:. HANKER AND ORANGE HAYES, Owners FENDER ELECTRIO Guitar and
amplifier (telecaster model). Almost

24-Hour Ambulance Service $10.00 New 3 Bedrooms extra new.shoulder$160. Complete straps, extra with

{ strings, extra ''tubes, extra a x.
IN MIAMI IT'S tension cords Contact Eloise
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'$12,500 Total $74 Month

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Located just north of 40-Mile Bend in Collier County N.W. 51st 52nd St. Area
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MORNING STAR BAPTIST MT. AARON BAPTIST

.. 4i 814 NW 23rd Street 6S40 N.W. lath Av.

I Rev. I. Clayton, pastor .Rev. C. W. Scott, pastor
Sister Sadie Ellis reporter Dea. Earl Colden, clerk

I Sunday School ...........__....... 93:0 Sunday School ........................ 5:3C
j.! Morning service .................... 11:30B Morning Worship ................ 11:01
TU .........................*.............w... 1:10 BTU ..,."............."..*..*..,".*...*. 8:00
t Evening!: service ..._.................. 7:80 Evening Worship .... ..<{{.?.... 1:9$
Praipet meeting 'Tuesday ..... 8:00METROPOLITAN :

: to Cfmrdi MARTIN MEMORIAL AME i

y : r me Richmond Heights AME

I Wilma Harris, reporter
Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor
., Rev. L R. Brown pastor Sunday School ....................._. BS:0:
i .i :Morning worship..................... 11:0 Morning .M..M. .? 1:00
The Dooi : worship ......._
Church of Open ACE League .........._._.............'' 5:00 Evening M.M

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA (Congregational) 1 Evening (worship ..*.........._ ':10
Ii Rev. H. C. McDowell pastor i
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1961 A. E. McNeal, reporter SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT

Sunday, Feb. 19 the first Sun Taint So 11 SPIRITUAL
,day in Lent, our pastor will LEADER
ST. PAUL A. M. E. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN start a series of Lenten sermons.
AND PHYCHIC READER

Rev. M. J Fayson, pastor 6895 N.W. 14th Ave The second of our Sunday THE TAILORS

Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor afternoon vesper hours will'be BISHOP HUNTER
Sunday School 9:30: held Sunday at 6 p.m. centering have not'' gone out of busi
Sunday School . . 9:30 Service 11:00 around Christian Family LlfeV
Morning Worship . 11:00: Morning for' ness. They have moved to a .If you ar. tick or w.rrl4l' *...*!
Rev. Claxton Doggett
The ,
. 7:00. I
Service : ,
Evening
bigger and better store to Off).. kMra
Evening Worship . . 7:00: Wed. Night Study . 8:16: merly 'of Miami, but now of fall to ... me today. .
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. Winter Park, will be our guest serve you faster and better dally 1 p.m. to I p.m. Thursday
The Willing Wokers celebrated 11
a.m.
1 to 6 Sunday
speaker. Babies will also be p.m. p.m.
Let the TAYLORS make
their anniversary 'Sunday at
to S
The church bylaws committee- christened at this service. Bwm.
3 p.m. It was a very fine pro Consisting of Miss Gloria J. Your Income Tax Report
gram. A timely address was delivered Humes. Harold Higgs, Mrs. Ursula Music for the occasion will be

by the pastor. Hlggs, John Harris, and rendered by the Brownsville Jr. NEW ADDRESS RfeAblNfcS

The budget rally was a great Mrs. Ethel Peterson, will meet High School choral group, under 1454 N.W. 3rd Ave. $140M
success, ending with a contest the direction of Roscoe Speed,
this Saturday; Feb. 18 at 8:15: NEXT noon TO 13VANS SltOB
between Mrs. M, Braynon and p.m. We hope to have our bylaws director of music. Mrs. Geraldine -
Mr. Coffee. Mrs. Braynon was introduced to and approved Allen will be guest soloist.A suerTelephone
victorious /with a total of by; the congregation by Easter. fellowship hour will follow FR 91703FR 5417 1W 17 t.4.
$75.45. Mr. Coffee raising a with refreshments. WRIST':
total of $62.. There will be no evening ser- Friends and visitors are Invited 3.1441 HOLLYWOOD
vice this Sunday. We are Invited to attend our 11 a.m. ser F18 "LA.
Don't forget the sick!! and the to attend the dedication ser vice, also the 6 p.m. vesper. Re.
shut-ins. Mr. Graham and Mr. vice of the Ascension Chapel, member we are worshipping In PROP. HUNTER

Robinson. Mrs. Gay and Mrs. Presbyterian, in Ft. Lauderdale.In our own place of worship at 786 JOIN THE NAACP!
Tommy Washington and Mr. order to get a seat in their NW 61st st.
Parhams. new sanctuary, it will be necessary
to begin trip later I
our no '
'NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYGeorge than 1:30 p.m. Travel directionswill

Savitt, treasurer of be announced Sunday morn- 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace

the Baha'i Assembly of Miami, Ing. Rev. Ernest Williams, 'pastor

who is Phil Ossofer, Miami Times The women of the church will Deaoon Fred Williams, reporter The 1'Aii
Sunday School . 9:30
columnist, will lead the regular have their monthly meeting at .1.
Morning worship . 11:00
weekly discussion at the Baha'i 6 p.m. this Sunday.
Center 137 NW 11th ave., 8 Evening Service ,1. 7:00:
p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19. Hissub Beginning this Wednesday at NEW vim
The Deaconess Board Is having
j feet will be "The Glory; of Self 8:15: a Lenton midweek Com
Sacrifice" municants Class will be held for a sale on Saturday, Feb. 18
six weeks. All adults are urgedto at the church.
Everyone is cordially; invitedto come out and learn more of The Atlantic Coast Baptist FORMERLY RADIO STATION WFEC
attend. the Church Presbyterian. Association meeting will con
vene at the New Mt. Zion Bap 1220 ON YOUR DIALNow
LUTHERAN SERVICES On Feb. 26 we are having our tist Church in Florida City from
I annual Men's Day. We invite our Feb. 23 thru the 26th. Rev. E.
The Liberty; City Lutheran neighboring churches in" the Williams, pastor of New Bethel Proudly presents
Church holds worship services community to share in our mornIng and his choir will render. musicon
every; Sunday at 3 pm. in the and evening services with. the closing day. For'Your 'Listening PleasureAN
breezeway of the Carver YMCAat Deacon Harold Higgs as, chair_ The junior choir will render
NW 58th st. and 16th ave. man of the program for the day. the music on this Sunday. ALL-STAR CAST
This Sunday the Rev. James
The pastor wishes. to thank
Bouman will preach on the CHURCHPrince
theme. "Love that is. Genuine." nil the members who helped to TRIUMPH Featuring

It will Inolude the dtflnltlon of make our observance of Race C. Mobley, pastor

love given by the Lord Jesus and Relations Sunday such a festive Sis. C. McKinney, reporter Your Favorite Radio Personalities

Christ. wonderful occasion. School of Wisdom . 10:00:

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Sunday School and Bible ST. MARY'S C. W. M. Evening worship > . 8:00
Class for all age groups are heldat '. .. "
2 p.m. The Rev) Walter Rev. J;. A. Culmer, pastor Each Sunday morning from BUTTERBALL ',' : .
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Pinnt Is leading the Adult Bible Mrs. S. Daw kins, reporter 8:45: until 9:00: on- radio station ,,', .'. .t. .
Class in a discussion of the fundamental Sunday School . . 9:45 WMBM the church renders "
With his Popular ,
teachings, of the Chris Morning worship . 11:00 music, testimony and preachingfor .o,( \ ...
tian religion, Those who would Evening worship . .7:30 the uplifting of mankind. Butterball Show 'r..
know what Lutherans there is .
like to Each Saturday night '
Sunday School was opened by Ion. Thru FrI. ;1'
teach and believe are invited to the a musical program at the church
visit these Bible discussions any Mrs. assistant superintendent, with the many local\ groups of 10:8O: aon 12:80: p.m. j
S. Dawklns. Classes took
Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. the city to render music. Thereis and 8:80: p.m. 0:15 p.m. e
their teachers.
with
their places i
admission
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The lesson was reviewed by the no And Sat. 9 a.m. 1 p.m. 3r1r
.. MT. HERMON A. M. E.
pastor. I SPIRITUAL BAPTIST
Rev. S. L. Gay pastor .
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The morning worship was led I 10260 S.W. 176th St.
flundnv School' ,1. . 9:30 bv Bro. H. V. Steward. Three Perrine Florida _
Morning Worship . 11:00 Infants were baptized. Bro plus
Rev. Ernest Hutcheson ,
":Jvenlnnr Wnrshlp . . 7:00 Burns delivered. the message. He Jr., pastor :

Publicity Committee preached from John 14th chan Next Wednesday night, Feb.
ter theme, "The Glory of God." 22 our choir will be singing two ED COOK {
Again we bring YOU greetings
Everyoneone was showered selections at the
opening -
from the biggest: little church in hy the Holy Spirit. No. 1 choir of the District Convention program "The Nassau Daddy" '
town. Wfl had a wonderful' timeon
furnished music with their orcanist of the Atlantic Coast Baptist
last Sunday.; Our morntne Mrs. I. McFord at the Convention, Rev. L. A. Thompson Mon Thru Fri
message> was brought by the
organ No. 2 ushers! served. is the moderator. The "
Rev. A. Smith. The as 0 am. 10:30: n.m. and +,'
pastor gave Evening devotion was led by sedation will be meeting at New
1:80
the evening 8:8O
message. Bro H. V. Steward. Mt. Zion Baptist Church in p.m. p.m.
Homestead Rev. II. W. Mosa Sat. 1 p.m. 0:15 p.m. FRED "Hometown" HANNA
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This coming Sunday there are A Memorial program was held ,
many things In store for our with Sister Rosa Roberts as mistress pastor.
worshippers We have received of ceremonies The program The pastor is expected: to be
more than a dozen new members opened with hymn: prayer by delivering transcribed 4 to 5 REV. IRA McCALLWith

during the past month Sister' Mitchell: Occasion Bro. 1 minute devotional messages over The Best in Gospel Music
These ,persons are to be baptized H V. Steward: name of deceased radio station the new WMBM.
and receive the order of Sister Sophie Dawkins: These messages will be dellve Mon. Thru Fri. 7 a.m.-G a.m. and 12:80: p.m.

Confirmation and then at 3 p.m. favorite hymn of deceased: leaders erect dally from Monday through 1:30: p.m. and San. 7 a.m. 1 p.m.
our usher board No. 2 will celebrate board: five minutes of silent Friday sometime between 12:30
its 2nd anniversary. The prayer: hvmn, Bro E. A. Tnlmr and 1 p.m.
invitation has been extended delivered the Memorial Ser When our choir sings next FRED "Hometown" HANNAWith
to many board of the mon, closing remarks by the pas Wednesday, night they; will be
city who will help us to celebrate directed by Deacon-elect Ezekiel his Hometown Hanna ShowSat.
The Rev. M. J. Fayson of tor.Thanks to all of the families Miller of our church. 7 aon. 0 a.m. and Ban 1 p.m. 0:15 p.m.
the St. Paul AME Church has which attended the service. No
been selected to give the mes- ushers served. Committee on ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH
sage. We are -proud to have the program Sis. R. Roberts, Sis ELLIOTT J. PIEZEWith
first pastor of the North Miami Mvrl Gibson, Bro. John Dun- 8154 N.W. 23rd Ave.
.. District to bring our anniver com he Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor His Popular Fast Moving Morning and afternoon -
nary message.! Mm. Zessle Irving The church as a whole Is Sarah Pool reporter local Newscasts.

is president of the board. She nrayinsr for our sick and shut- Sunday School .............._...... 0:30: Mon. Thru Bat. 7:50 ..m. and 5:2O p.m.
has also! planned a spicy pro ins. Pileae don't forget; our Morning Worship ................ 11:00:
gram as well as refreshments.! Conference' which Is to. convene Evening Worship ................... 7:30:
Lest we forget, there are those! Feb 2 .26. On the Feb. 22 there 13. T, U. ......_...............?......?? 630; JIM REID
who are m.EBENEZER. will be a program: rendered.
Come out and hear some of our ST. JAMES AME CHURCH With his National News and Comments
i METHODIST outstanding: young men and wo 5Ioo. Thru FrL-10 ..m. 12 noon and 9 p-m.
men of our city. Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor.
yjiAaron D. Hall Pastor The public is invited to at- Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter For These and Other Favorite Tune in
EJ(Ingram, reporter tend a Pew folly Sunday Feb. 1\\
Sunday School t .NNMMN .. ..,.... 0:30: 19, sponsored by the Missionary Sunday School 9:31 The New WMBM-1220 on Every Dial

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r HOLMES ELEMENETARY FLORAL HEIGHTSThe To My Pastor THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ,
HOlmes Elementary; School
Floral Heights! Elemen] REV. ERNEST WILLIAMSOn I \
presents "FadUiity 1 roUte tary School Invites you to it SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1961 PAGE 15
Thursday Feb. 23. The affair( annual PTA Tea, Sunday Feb; his 2nd anniversary as pastor,
j:3CtOf will be held In 'the school audi 19 in1 the
school! eafetorlum a t of New Bethel Baptist Church,
torium at 8
p.in.
4 .
p.W.Guest Liberty City. [ CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP I Thursday Night Prayer 800;
JrOOi The members of the facility speaker Drill be Mrs, God has guided you my Drothe '
t o will ibe featured as the "Holmes Elizabeth Espy JdhttsOn, pHttclpal He's shown you the way 220 N.W. 20th Street Also In a concert at the
: Rockettes" as they trip of Phyllis Wheatley file, And I'd ,like to make this dedication i t. Elder G. G. Fann, pastor church, Sunday night, Feb. 19, 'I
light fantastic through the. mentary School. An njoyatl ,< ( Sunday School .'. . 10:00: I at 8 o'clock the Spirituals of
. dances that delight.tul ,program has been planned f of: On this your, special day. Morning worship .. 11:00
are Joy Quartet. Admission tree
. currently. you Christian Study . . 6:00 ;
.popular. I You have inspired me greatly, Evening services . . 7:30 Come and let's enjoy Jesus to-
Some of the our distinguished POINCIANNA PARK And many oth rs too, Tuesday (MSAC) . . 8:00: J gether.Why. .
:3:0 guests Incude such personalitiesas They're proud of your work
.00 Miss! Blanche Calloway, Wai- The annual PTA Banquet will I And the things you ear and do.1
'::00 ly Futch, Don Strong and John be held Feb. 23 in the cafetor.
Calloway, Messrs. Knight Pas turn. vAdl parents are,asked to at. May God ever blase you
- chal, Austin and Johnson, will tend. Mrs. Willis!, librarian a And keep you close to Him
let you glide Into the wonderful Northwestern High will be the e Hay you ever I trudge the King's! Pay Bent ?
world of sound as they com speaker. Get your ticekts!! no Highway : .
blue to present music for vnnr For an unforgettable evening we Though the way sometimes seem
enjoyment. r -- present at 8 p.m. Adults only dim

I Mrs. Elizabeth Pittman, prin, Rev. Williams!, continue to hold. LOOK AT THIS! !
:Itt Now Is your chance to attend cipal; Mrs. Anna J. Tlllman, steadfast
A gala affair. Remember that president To God's

i date, Thursday, February 23, Ask Him to unchanging save this hand world If you have a steady job, we can get you
1961. Time EAST
8 p.m. and place, OPA LOCKA And kill Aln in all
.. Holmes: Elementary!: School. WANTED mankind. qualified for a nice CBS home in the Liberty
General Males who are In f For
admission there
adults shall
$1.00 come a time
iny" children 60 Cents. and terested tomorrow.in our youth of today When we'll all want to hear His City area. Pay only one mortgage

m. i KM On Monday, Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. But'word the ,Book of the Bible will payment with low government approved
ORCHARD VILLAAn the PTA has planned a "Father be closed interest rates.

original skit entitled "Abe night Night." Yes, fathers, it is your And your voice will no longer:
be
Lincoln Vlsljts Orchard Villa" We have a special program heard. 1065 iN.W. 58th Terrace $640 Cash
was presented over radio station Just for you. Would like New Bethel Is very proud
WMBM. you to of you 1083 N.W. 63rd Street $600 Cash
The skit highlighted save a child? If so, Join us on And so in this small way,
excerpts of the Civil War. Abra "Father Night" when Lester 0. We set aside February 12th 1291 N.W.. 51st Street 676 Cash
ham Lincoln was played by Will Albert of the House of Albert As your Appreciation Day. 1111 N.W. 55th Terrace $864 Cash
Arthur Sanders
; Senator Ste. will tell you how. Written by

) narrator phen Douglas, Valerie, Edwin Malachi Fletcher; Mary;, There is also another treat (6S30 fr8. Irene NW 13th Burn Court Brown These prices include all down payments and

Stella Williams; John, Treswell planned for .everyone on Sunday Closing casts No extra charges
Major; Mistress of ceremony, I afternoon Calendar, Feb. 26. We are !planning Personal Mention
a Tea
for your
" Joyce McKlnnon_ ChambMss; teacher, Brenda enjoyment If you were (lborncalendar a Clive Glllett and Vernon Lee 1. We help you with the financing.

year you 'will not want lie of Belize, British
-I Hondu 2. We have over 200 to choose from
The skit was written by Don to miss :this tea. rae were the weekend guests!!! of
Strachan, Mrs. Carmen Jackson ,Don't forget those two Impor Miss Everette Ingraham of 6725 3. We are open every day (including Sat. and! Sun.)
assisted! him: Charles. Rogerswas tant and (beneficial dates. NW 14th ave.. Mr. Gillett 1 Is
musical consultant. Mrs. Josephine D. Macke y, vice principal of Belize Techni
principal; Mrs. Mary A. Jenkins, cal College. Mr. Leslie, resident FORD REALTY Inc.
Pupils are also actively en.a.J1Pd reporter. tutor of the University Extra
In a "Rpadlnsr Workshop" Mural Department in British ,
which ibesran Feb. 6. Analysis of Dramatic Honduras. They are enroute to
the stronpthR: and weaknesses of PageantAt I Jamaica, DWI, to attend Coun 5524 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 7-2559
the ,pupils' ability with retard to Mt. OlivetteThe cil meetings at the University
the scone of sequence of reading College of the West Indies.
skills! prompted this workshop.
Mt. Olive Baptist Church .
Numerous skill areas have Missionary Society will present
been net up for school-wide par Cdramatic pageant, "The
ticipation. Pupils are developing Twelve Keys' of God's Resources"
skills In: Alphabet recognition Feb.' 20. ,
building! vocabularies reading The highlights. this play] '" .
phrases and sentences as were taken from "The Worker." '
thought unit, phonetic and I ThLa nlav has been presented by ,
-- stop feeling, dog-tired back-achy
phrases and senteces the students of the National ,, '" ,

many others. D.Training C. also Institute In Philadelphia, ,Washington at the, all "washed out" on washdays ; \

Grade level li foreotten In the I960; National Convention.This "'
attempt to build and strengthen will be the first time It :"
:
ckllls. Motivation Is high, attitudes has been played In the South .
responsive: and expectancy and will be directed by one of
great The written theme leArns the characters In the play, Mrs. 4 enjoy .
to be, "not Just to teach John- Irene G. Pratt, district presidentof
to read tout to help him read Atlantic Coast Association
better." This pageant will be presented
Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. in the auditorium -
Wonderful plans for man y of Mt. Olivette
Baptist
.
kinds of activities which !social! Church, 1450 NW let court. washday .
studies and 'speech are being Admission 50 cents. Mrs! Pris- .
:made at Orchard Villa. ,'
cilia Wllkerson, president, Rev. ::
These plans Inject m>eech actlTltles t.0.. Micklns, pastor. .
Into the social studies i I.
program! on each grade level. Girl] ScoutRecognition jreeaom .
"Procedures: such as debates dlsrusslons .
picture stutHn: trips, DayGirl ,
films and many other Idelare!!! ::
belner used to strengthen the &out make fjameless. electricity work for you I
Recognition
ability of Orchard Vllla'w boys Day
and girls to express their Ideas will be' held 'at Bethune Elementary An ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER will givo you more time for
School
concerning the world In which All leaders,Feb.assistant 19 at 4-5 leaders ipm. \' yourself and your family No longer will you bo too exhausted

they live. and committee chairmen are asked to "step out." Because you'll be spared the trudging to-and-from

This study has been under the to please be present for one the clothesline. and lifting and lugging heavy loads. An Electric
guidance of the cooperative hour. Kindly bring a friend with Dryer is oven surer than Florida sunshine. It's'at your con-
Study Committee. The members you. Refreshments will be sere venience day or night, in any weather. Your clothes and
of this committee are: Mlas E. ed.Mrs. linens will last longer and look newer, too, with never any sun-
DeVeaux, chairman; Mrs. B. A, Franklin I is chairman. fading or wind-damage.
Gilbert secretary; Mrs. E.
Washington, assistant' secretary; World Day of PrayerThe You tan save In many ways with an Electric Dryer. Better yet,
D. Strachan, public relations; when you go ALL-ELECTRIC in your homo laundry-with an
O. Allen, public relations; J. World Day of Prayer automatic dryer, washer, sit-down ironer and a Homeless, fume-
Hendon, Mlw A. Spicer, W. Can will be observed Feb. 17 from ( less water heater-then you really live better electrically.Let .
non, S. Shatteen, Mrs. D. Griffin
Mrs. T. Wilson, L. Bethel 12 noon until? by most of the your electrical appliance dealer show you what's new in
and Mrs. II. B. Alfred our new churches. In the area. Some will modern, flameless, homo laundry appliances. You'll bo amazed I
curriculum assistant. be open all day Enter and

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THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI, FLORIDA presiding Elder E. J. Jackson. Marie Sands, Miami; Carolyn
I Their short stay In Key West Wilson, New York and Charlie Rummage SaleThe
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1961 was enoyed. While here they Manuel, W>.hlnftpn, D. 0.
I were' guest. of Rev. White and Women's Auxiliary of the
C O TCXZ OOOC aa a -! .af e his family. Miami Power Squadron is holdIng *
_ Tea For Toys a rummage sale Feb. 18.
1
f t- Johnny Waldon and Arnold starting at 7 a.m. at 4618 NW
KeyVest Roberts are patients at the Na The public is invited to the 27th ave. Public Invited. ,
America's'I' ':val Hospital. Friends' wish them "Tea For Toy*" sponsored by
... 'I speedy recovery. the Business and Professional
Wom n.. Club (of Murrell YMCA New Bargains i!
By FRANCES' n The tea bt held at the Carver
E. PALMER ---- Mrs. Edith .D of. Fort.Village wall) -
.; ; ...... = === ,I is''" now at home. and improving' YMCA Building 6770 NW MAKE OFFER
nicely.l 45th art from 4 to '6 p.m. AH
I SCOUTS CELEBRATE Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Harris, toys donated Trill' be taken to Open 3-5 p.m."
1 51ST ANNIVERSARYThe 627-H, Fort Village, wish to announce Among the relatives attending the Variety Children's Hospital.
month of that their daughter, Miss the funeral of Mrs. Caroline Down Payment:
special Interest and February activities bolds for Betty Jean, will become the Manuel were: Sgt. Raymond Benefit Show at Your Lot or Home
Boy Scouts and Scout leaden because bride of Lt. Victor R. Shavers, Manuel, Ft. Dlx, N.J.; Arthur
son of Maxwell N. Shavers Sr., Manuel, Miami; Mr. and Mrs.
I this month makes 'O Hearts
the 51st 1430
Feb. 18 Bethel King N.W. 59th St.
of the of at AME Church, Bernice Sears, Miami; Mrs. Jen
year founding
Boy Rev. K. D. White will perform nie Mitchell, Philadelphia; Mr.
Scouts of America. Each week in' 3-bedroom 2 baths
\ the ceremony. A reception: will; and Mrs. Rudolph Curtis and Jonnqie .Lomejo, manager of garage
the month has a definite program the Kliig 0 Hearts night' Clubat Oak floors built-in
be held at the Community son, Cleveland Strachan, Miami; ,electric
which is outlined in the 6000' NW 7th ave., Ls turning
Swimming pool. Ira Corker and son, Jackson* kitchen
Soouts program quarterly. The ville; Mrs.: Vergie Corker, Jacksonville over his clu/b./ and show for a
theme of the observance, Presiding er A. Robertsof ; Mrs. Orlean Roberts, Christian. Hpsplta) benefit per 1426 N.W.
acter"Strengthening Counts." America-Char* the Miami District, made hisofficial Miami; Mrs. Verna Kennedy, forman e Thursday, Feb. 23 at 58th Terr.
visit Friday night to 10 p.mj
Jacksonville
; Mrs. Cora Per.
The to be Boy commended Scouts of for Americaare their hold his first' Quarterly confer thon, Miami; Miss Maxine Nealy, ,Phil Harris and the inimitable BARON JE 8-1340
choice of a 51st anniversary slo ence. Elder Roberts preached a Miami; Mrs. Lucille Green, Miami Chickiei Home will be featured NO MONEY DOWN
wonderful sermon Sunday a.m. ; Mrs. Mary Johnson Miami along' with, .
gan. The impact and meaningof ; a cup-porting cast in
these four words are typical at Bethel AME Church. Accompanying Mrs. Miriam Peavy, Miami, Mrs. cluding? Leroy Lang's band. Tickets We build on Y'OurJot
of scouting and should inspirethe the Elder was the ex Albertba Poltler, Miami; Mrs. are, now:: on sale.
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Mr. and Mrs. Glen wood Manuel .
announce the marriage of Our 8th Year of Devoted
their daughter, Miss Marlene Service to the Community
Judy Manuel to Wardell William FOR A FAIR DEAL
Woods, son of the late Mr.*. SEE, FAIR REALTY
Louise Sears Woods Sunday
Feb. 11. py l***"?'! w*** i ft& -
The wedding was performedby *
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l 2-BEDROOM CBS HOME. REAR PORCH. LANDSCAPED' CITY WATER.

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Don't fumble away the CLOSE TO BUSES, SCHOOL. SEE. OPEN SUNDAY 1.6 P.M. 1230 NW 57th ST.
chance to enjoy TV at its best,
by putting up with a tired set.
SOOTIN'S TV, 321 N.W, Brd
Ave., can Rive jour old set new Only $495 Down *,
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1 I ONLY $395 DOWN Brand new. Brown Sub. Custom' Only $495 Down

New 3-b e d room CBS home. Carver built, 3 bedroom. Rear screened For. this very ,cute, 2-bedroom

R anc h es. Florida room. Beauty I Close to home. Large; deep lot, carport.
321 NWSAVE* < /* public school. ''No closing, COI '. Move right I in. Why pay rent.
See 5341 S.W. 19th St.
Only $795 Down See 7753 N.W.15th Ave.

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See 1088, N.W. 55th Ter. ... Custom built. 3 bedrooms. You
must see this one. Hardwood
A really nice'clean home. One floors, ; oven and) range. For the
mortgage. No closing costs. 3 bedroom, 2 baths... A ,real particular buyer.

Open Sunday Move right. in. beauty! Oven and range, ;.air Only $995 Down

1884 N.W. 53rd St. conditioners, sprinkler system,
$850 Down $74 Month =;;; -= Florida room, carport, corner. See 1831 N.W. 155th S t.

Beautiful custom built $495 Down One mortgage. No closing costs. .

ranch style 2-bedroom,
garage -
oak floors, kitchen Brand new 3-bedroom CBS See 1580 N.W. 77th. Ter. Can you afford a luxury home.
equipped1. One mortgage home. Opa Locka. One mort Close in.

only. This won't last. gage. $85 month. No closing Only $1,495 Down
... COI b. See 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.

Open Sunday 1541 N.W. 154th St. New 3 bedroom, 2 baths, Florida

919 p $ room, corner, 2-car carport.8oxloo .
N.W.
47th St. ... lotBeautiful
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$595 Down : :;;
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Lovely 3-bedroom CBS 3 bedroom ,CBS. Carport. Com

screened porch, awnings $395 Down pletely furnished, newly. paint
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home 3 bedrooms
tile roof ed in and!
carporte. Must be See 1923 out.
seen to appreciate. N.W., 58th St Florida room, screened

2-bedroom. Carport,. one mort See 1776 N.W. 51st Ter. gage.front No porch.qualifying.One FHA Awnings.mort-

DRIVE BY gage. No. closing costs. Move. Fenced.

1865 N.W. 53rd St. right in. :i Only $995 Down See 1310 N.W. 53rd St.

$695 Down $82 Month

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tile bath, one mortgage

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