The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00254

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Eight Sit-in Youths Put in p., jIi I! ;A


r Solitary Confinement .f x xOn ;t *'$ ; ,I II

Bread and ta were arrested when they triedto tlon in front of "a Nashville, 'i s sy'
lunch in the cafeteria 'of the Tenn, downtown theater, about
Water for SingingIn Dl'tmore Hotel where they were 30 Negroes were arrested by
attending the Atlanta Graduate police and charged with violatIng
Cella Medical Assembly. They were a fire law by .blocking an
allowed $100 bonds They were exit. All theater entrances are
After three days on a bread charged with violating a Geor fire exits, under city law, police I T
and water diet in a disciplinary gia trespass law. I said
After a brief attempt' to buy t .
cell at the York County prison
30 AHHKSTKD IN NAS111'1LLEStaging I.
camp near nock Hill, S. C. eight tickets at a Chattanooga theater :
Negroes returned to work on a stand in demonstra- tailed, Negroes went away '

Tuesday.The M"
eight men were among 11
young eit-la demonstrators who Father Gibson" this Sunday at.
refused. ball, and chose confine. ternoon. The world's heavyweight
ment at the prison rather than champion said that he
post appeal bonds of $100 each would be on hand, along with I
on conviction of trespassing at Harry Delafonte and Sammy .
lunch counters for white people >avls Jr., and the other stars to
in downtown Hock Hill personaly: present as door I
Two of them were on the prison prizes two $100 championshipfight
camp sick list and one was tickets.In I k #
transferred to jail. addition to Harry Bela- 1 yh
Charles C. Maloney, prison fonte, Sammy Davis Jr. and +, i1t 42s!'
Floyd Patterson, the audiencewill
camp superintendent' said that ?
be thrilled the dance oi* h '
the eight were given a half-day ', *" ,
team of Augie and Margo comic "
in the disciplinary cell early last } *
Bob Me vin and the vivacious
week because they refused to -
stop singing in their cells. They Damlta Jo. All In all this will:
staged a sit.down strike on Friday be by far the best affair of its
authorities said and were kind ever presented by and for I-
again placed in solitary con the Miami Branch NAACP In
flnement. this tribute to the courage of 1U The oafetorlum of Floral Maxwell, president 10 h grade,
The New York Congress of i Gibson.president, Father Theodore R. Heights Elementary School war TJTW? Arlle Armstrong1; president "i
Racial Equality protested to the setting for the crowning of Senior club, Mays; Anita .2
President Kennedy by telegraph. "Miss Y.-Teen Sweetheart of Drown, president junior club at ,
Several students boys and MIGRANT 196061." Over 2SO Teens in Carver; Phyllis Lane, representing ,
girls from Morris College, lovely dresses and "their ,escorts the Senior club, Carver.
staged a series of alt-Ins at WORKER HELDIN danced to the music of the Following the march, nominees
Sumter, S. C. Some them were SHOOTINGMetro Northwestern High School Swing for "Miss Y-Teen" wero
arrested for breach of the During a press conference at Band, under the direction of ra'led' forward From Booker T.
his training quarters in the fabulous officers Sunday charged David Paschal. Washington camo Gerda Graham -
peace.' Deauvllle Hotel on Miami a Homestead man with murder At Intermission, Nathalee Ruby Doye: was the nominee
8 DOCTORS ARRESTED Beach, Floyd Patterson stated after he gave .himself up and Rahmlngs, president of the Sen from North Dade. Betty
that she! would make an appearance admitted shooting another man lor High Y-Teen Interclub Thompson has been chosen to
Eight Negro doctors in Atlan at the NAACP "Tribute to during an argument about a Council of Murrell Branch represent Carver High and Joyce

YWCA and also president of her Johnson was! the nominee from
llth grade Y-Teen club at BTW Northwestern Squeals of delight !-
led the Grand March of Y-Teen and applause rang out as
nrilildents and club represents the announcement was made
lives with her escort, Perry Wil that Joyce Johnson, a senior at
'1 ryw Clams In the march were: Mar Northwestern, had been vote,
1 r{ ? r' sha Smith, president of the 9th "Mlw" YTeen Sweetheart She-
1 r erade Teen club at Browns Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs.
j S 4,4 vile Jr High; Judy Fulson, Frederick Johnson and' lives at
president of Oth grade club, Dor:,' 5325 NW 29th court.
sey Jr. High; Mary Hylor, representing Joyce was! presented with a
M the Oth grade club, bouquet of blue and white carnations -
: Booker T. Washington High; I by Nathalrft Rahmlngs
Mary (Clark, representing the and tho official Y-Teen pin by-
10th grade club at Northwestern Mrs Carl YaPKer Jr., chairman
/ High; Phyllis Smith, Senior club of the Committee on Administration
at North Dade; Rosita Butler, of Murroll YWCA.
president 12th grade o'ub, To salute the new Mtos' Y-
a Vorthweatern; Frances Rutledge, Teen, the group sang tho Y-
ir i\ secretary 10th grade club, BTW; Teen song. The sixth annual
2/ Diana Roundtree, president 10th Sworthrnrts Ball ended at mid'
grade club, Northwestern; Ger. night and the: youth left-som
; da Graham, representing 12th n're-uly t beginning to wo "
rarfe, BTW; Gall Hill, llth "who will: be Miss Ylfeeiint7' _U ttlk.' ,
grade, Northwestern; G-eorgeana yearJohnson photo

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1 VICTIMS LOSE $5,000a. ; ,: J..,

t t CON TEAM 'HITS During the past six weeks five
victims have been taken ,for .
t ; 5 TIMESA more than $5,000 via the old:
"plireon drop" routine.
smooth working con team of The con men usually meet
?" h two men who sometimes. operates their victims in tho parking lot
with a woman has been ply- :af a downtown bank. They tell
lop Its trade In the downtown them they have 'Just found a lot
MEDALLION WINNERS Regina Jollllvette of Northwestern I brotherhood in business, and to section oJ Miami with a great of money and the victims could
These three young women were High, and A.lce Samuels, Justice Stephen C. O'Connell of deal of I.uccell. bare In the find if they have
honored Tuesday night at a Miami High the Florida Supreme Court for nough money to qualify. After
Brotherhood Week dinner sponsored Six region and two national consistent and articulate sponsorship showing the victim a large roll
by the Florida Region, awards were given at the dinner. of respect and dignity woman of bills, they accompany him
National Conference of Christians Medallions and engrossed for the individual.The Mae Charles Watson, 24, told back Into the bank where the
and Jews at the Fontaine- scrolls; were presented by Judge Miami Herald received a the officers he shot Lehman icultibl (or stupid) victim
bleau Hotel, Miami Beach. Pearson to Mrs Robert Z. certificate of national honor for Donaldson. 32. Donaldson died draws out hard.earned money In
Green of Miami Beach tor her Its Friendship Letters to Cuba of the wodnd. order to 'qualify to share in the
Medallions and engrossed support of community services campaign, which was described Earlier, Watson was Incorrectly (Ind.
scrolls as regional awards were and leadership In public health as a "unique direct and fore IIS.nUffed'.t' Home- Th found money and the vi.tlm'l .
presented by Judge Ray H. Pearson and music; Louis E. Wolfson for ful" plan for dealing with a stead Air Force base airman. money is then wrapped In
(second left) to Gall Kin- benefactions to many institutionsand problem of natlona. Importance. Police said Sunday he is a migrant a rL1C: or put into an envelope s>> .
ard of Miami Edison, Clarice the practice of the ideals of -Photo by Johnson worker. I (Continued on page 16)trrtJMMF )

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Council of Teachers of Ex

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1961 SERVING INGERMANY $25 to $600 ceptional Children had their
regular monthly meeting in the
oo oo aa GQGooooo.oQo aoo 1 Call 'PL 8.3653 Bahama Room of the Columbus

Hotel on Monday evening. From.six
to eight o'clock dinner was
Our Past This Week. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. served to more than 75 mem

bars and guests. At eight o'clock
National' President Jack Birch

AN ANP FEATURE -- spoke to an enthusiastic audi
ence. Dr. Birch is director of
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ats409 6.February' -"" -- --- SAO Special Education at the University

19, 1767 February 22, 1732 FOR RENT of Pittsburgh

The Mason-Dixon line was George Washington, 'first U.S. Those atending the
President, was born in Virginia. I-BEDROOM meeting
named for two English surveyors CHOICE from Miami' were Julius Simmons -

Charles Mason and Jeremiah February 23, 1868 CORNER APARTMENTSIn Mesdames Lpcratia Coleman .

Dixon. The line was first Dr. W. E. B. DuBois, author, Wllhehnenla Jennings,
established to settle a dispute statesman and director of the. Finest Building Louise Thomas, Qussie Dobbs

between Pennsylvania and NAACP forjnoreLthan 25 years ADULTS ONLY and Ruth N. Polite
Maryland families.
BflHKsachusetts.FebrtnHWfe ,
bonrf i.
'... I v 5815 N.W. 12th Ave. -
February 19fl 1921 : 18Il'Bishop
Henry Lowry, was lynched by Advertise-It! Pays1
founder of Wllberforce university
alive mob at
being burned by a
Nodena, Ark. was born at Charleston, S. L
C. ,

February 20, 1895
February 24, 1934 i.Lt RUPTURED, ?
Frederick Douglass, orator, Mathilda Duntoar, mother' of
<< poet Paul Lawrencb Dunibar, IffMtfc* NO.
78 in Washington. Afttr Crtl.. aAhrw.sd.lOw
died. Trm

February 20, 1827 February 25, 1939 I Joseph Clark, son of Mr. PILES -- RECTAL DISEASESDR.

Hiram R. Revels, first Black L. G. Jordan, Baptist pioneer and Mrs. Robert L. Clark of 529 LONG'S CUNIC Isis"ns
senator from Mississippi ((1870- and missionary to Africa who NW 11th terr., who is now serving tr.
71)), was born. also served as secretary of mis with the U. S. Armed ForcesIn -- --- --

sions, died. Stuttgart, Germany. Clark's i < C.
February 21, 1922 I -
wife the former Miss
at Hampton, Va., February 28,, 1776
Negro Hemphill of 'Charlotte, N. C., is NOW YOU CAN BUY
Dir\TlbVe 'l"Rioma" exploded Phyllis Wheatley, famed
In Germany with him.A .
Institute is lo poetess, visited Gen. George
where Hampton 6-months' insuranceFor
cated. 'Washington on her birthday. I graduate of Booker T. auto liability

__ Washington High School and
- - -- - I only $16.60 Down at
rr r r r rr r Hampton Institute Clark has
been in the service approximate.

I IN-AROUND THE BAHAMAS ly successful' four years tour and of reports duty in a very Germany SERVICE fIRST/ INSURANCE AGENCY

3497 N.W. 7th Avenue 1NE 5.6355
i u >"'n 1oooi"u n "u u in m u i> 1oeoUi
"BLESSED And 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4-6612
On February 2 the House of of the murder of Kenneth But MONEYDISAPPEARS" IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
Assembly adopted a recommendation ler at Rolle'a Ave. on Oct. 28

to affiliate the Bahamas Culmer was charged with stab I No appointment necessary

with the Supreme Court of the bing Butler. He was sentencedto ..Doth offices open Mon.thru Sat. 0 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Wppt Indies Cyril Stevenson hang by the neck. "Put not your trust in princes

(PLP) motioned the approval. nor any of the sons of men"is
Some of the 400 recruited Haitian
an quotation from the
Robert Smith of Biminl wona farm laborers at Free Port, Bible, and most people get a te E s ? r

1961 Chrysler in a raffle: given Grand Bahamas; have hurt chance to "find" the truth in it
bv the Crlnpled Children's themselves by their poor behave in a lifetime.Doc .
Committee on Friday night Feb. for On Jan. 31 forty-three of TV Service Calls 'I-50

3. The car was given by Alexis them were deported as undesirables. Wooden, 71, of 7G50 NW
Nlhon. Canadian industrialist 16th ave., made such a discovery
wintering In Nassau. Other Monday. As he sat on his ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS PARTS
prices and winners were: a trig Among Baihamlans whose porch, a car with three men was
dalre won by W. H. Tootn; paintings appeared in the re driven into his yard. One of LARRY'S T.V.
transltor radio, Mprrllyn Watch; cent Art Exhibition in Nassau, them took him into a bedroomand
end round trip ticket for two to are Dr. K. V. A. Rogers, George told him he had a remark.
Miami\ was won by Edward Bridgewater, Amlel Frith, 19; able cure for the infirmities of WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

Thompson. Edison Godfrey Rolle, 16; Anthony old age "But first let me bless
Dean and Gail North. Carl ,
all the money you have In the
Rahming and Maxwell Taylor "
had house. 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.8024NEED
fjustavlus Rolle, a native of on display; samples of their
ceramic ware. Doc gave him $100. The man
.Andros who has be"n living at
Fox Hill( is renorted missing put the money in a white enve ?a iPie ? i ?
F'non' Januarv 23. Rolle was Captain Eric Solomon, 80, lope, and after muttering some
died at Princess phrases, told Doc to the
night' watchman at the City Margaret Hoe put en
Pharmacy. .He Is said to have pital on Feb. 7. Funeral was veope: under his mattress.

fallen into "good luck recent conducted Dean of Nassau that afternoon and Canon by Ad.the After the visitors left, Doc i MONEY ?
iv and bought a car that he put
dln ton Johnson at St. Matthew'a opened the envelope only to find
Into custody of a licensed driver
that his "biassed" had
Church. Capt. Solomonwas money I WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGESWE
gone with them.
the last of the Solomon

Alice Bevan*of Coconut brothers who played important BUY LOTS AND HOMES
roles in the Bahamas .
drove was charged with cruelty past 50 years. during the '. '. I Call
to children In the Magistrate'sCourt.
She allegedly struck her SEE THE SOUTH'S Ronald I. Baron
six-vear-old son o" his forehead Join The Adult Mortgage Broker t 2.4343
with a kettle on Tan. 23. Witupases LEADING COLORED
reported that the lad bled Community Band 228 SUNNY ISLE BLVD.

profusely She was also charged h MIAMI BEACH WI ,,7-3566_
with neglecting her 18 a
months' child. She was convicted Can you play a musical instrument .
? Are von 18 years old or
1. but sentence was deferred I overt Would you like to Join an I.

until further' Investigation by adult beginner's class, or an.. Li LiLet
probation officers advance Instrumental group? If MANKER FUNERAL HOME
vour answer is yes to any of the
The Rv. Drexel Gomez, B. A.,
and 6701
vas! ordained to the Anglican above questions come out N.W. 15th Avenue OX 1-9151
register at Northwestern High I
priesthood on Pb. 1 at ChristChurch
Adult School. You may do so WILLIAM K.
Cathe<1rRI by the lit. 2:00 HANKER AND ORANGE HAYES, Owners
any week day evening from
Rev. Spence Burton, Lord
Pl'hop of Nassau and the Bahamas p.m. to 10p.m.. Classes will her years of experience guide 24-Hour Ambulance Service $10.00IN
and Wednesday
meet on Monday and protect you throughout lift -

RPV Gomez is the son of Mr. nights of each week in the a. a lighthouse guide; the shlot Ira
band room from 7 p.m. until MIAMI IT'S"COMMUNITY'
nnd Mrs. Reuben Gomez of MeOulouph storm. For success In business
10. Remember some Instruments
and love.
Corner. H graduated
can be furnished free of charge;
from Government High SchoolIn
i Call PL 4-5491 for further in AMBULANCE"NO
1955 and went to Codrington formation. M4 PSYCHIC READER
College Barbados, the CONSULT HER-
year. He was granted a scholarship DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET HIDDEN CHARGES OXYGEN

In- 1957 and went to Durham Oratorical ContestThe OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF OPA LOCKA

received hi* B, A. degree annual Elks Oratorical $15.00 FLAT RATE OX 1.9151
with (honors In Theology, He la contest will be held March 12, Office Hours:
24, and is the youngest Anglican 4 to 6 p.m. in the YMCA audi 9 a.m. 9 p.m ---1
priest in the Bahamas torium, 58th st.! and 15th ave. Thur 9 ..m. to
This year the contest Is being
A Supreme Court Jury on Feb. sponsored by all the Elk in this 7 p.mlSunday

1. found Charles Culmer guilty area,

.. 10 a.m. 3:' p.m. STAR MEAT MARKET

Attention Unemployed Workers! DAILY

A FREE JOB SERVICEHas READING \ 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
$1.00 UP

been established to help you find a job during 23 Years e

this critical period of unemployment. If you need a Experience
job, or if you are an employer and need a good MADAMHUNTER

hard and reliable worker-Call the

Jamaica Sam Job Finding ServiceOX .167 N.W. 73rd ST.

1.1541 6965 N.W. 15th Ave. MIAMI I, FLA. Fresh Meat-low Prices

Our endeavor Is to keep our member working-"So Fee Don't Write-Call In Person

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.. ..8. I. treat. Don't forget ,the time and ., THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA -
place. Thursday March 20, 8

Richmond Heights Flashes NW p.m. 3rd at the ave.Masonic Hall, 941 I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1961 PAGE 3

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Thanks to our 'guest columnist dent; Mrs. Alice: Taylor vice LAW LOSES
for writing several our readers. Because of conditions secretary; >Mrs. Helen Carr assistant IN COURT
which caused Us to stop ; Mrs, Thelma Aranha i+ ,
writing for a period our work treasurer;' Mrs. Rosemary Montgomery Ala A state I t
!with "Flashes" was delayed. Stringer reporter; Mrs. Ruth law which( took about 99 per
Thanks also to our many fans Ezell chaplain; cent of the Negro voters off the
who wrote called and expresseda poll list at Tuskegee has been '
lonesomeness and desire for The members were served ruled unconstitutional in Fed T
more news. We hope that there cake and coffee after the cere eral Court.U .
will; be not any more delays., mony. eE.
S. District Judge Frank M.
COtfOllATULATlOiVS TO THE The club meets each Tuesdayat Johnson Jr., has also prohibited
EDWAUDS 7:30 pm. in the -Uome Dem. enforcement of the four-year-
Lincoln Boulevard ''has had a onstratlon buildIng. Business old statute which: rearranged
grand face lifting because two meetings are held on the first Tuskegee's city limits and vir I
young eneretl s people worked Tuesday night of each month. tually abolished Negro voting i
hard, pooled their efforts and The other meetings are devotedto there. .
built a beautiful business center, working on various projects. Johnson -.. .n'.I '" _...._... """ ... ...._ S.io+W", .... ...._
we contribution are proud to of this them and their Among the members the many receive projects instruction which ed by 12 (fTuskegee acting on Negroes a suit fil decreed The National Alliance of Pos Room of Bayfront Park Audi I Itorlum.

wholesome that the 1957 tal contest to ,
legislative Employees ran a
community. We in are: sewing cooking, millinery
Edwards. congratulate the and ceramics. The ladles act denies, Negroes the rights by crown a Mrs. Postal Alliance The I Matthew J, Williams reporter :
are striving to improve their the Fifteenth amendment to the four contestants are .from left I
WELCOME community environment as wellas U. S. Constitution to right: Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Boz- I
We wish to extend personal their homes. Tuskegee 'vlty-county authorities man, Mrs. Essex and Mrs. Redding -
Annual Silver
welcome to Rev. and Mrs. L. R. The club is constantly growingand were forbidden to enforce The winner Mrs. Redding.' Sip \
Brown, pastor of Martin Memo improving under the capable the law which reduced from Second, Mrs. Essex; third Mrs.
rial AME Church who recently supervision of Mla. Victoria M. about 400 to only four or five Bosnian and Mrs. Wilson. The Lily White Security Benefit -
purchased a beautiful Harmar Simpson Home Demonstration the number of Negro voters living All were awarded a prize. Association No. 129 Invites
home through Ora D. Taylor agent for Dade county. /within limits. the newly redrawn First a trip to Nassau; second you to attend Its Annual Silver
Realty on Boggs and Monroe city a $25, bond; third and fourth in Sip", Sunday March 5, 3:30-
Sts. facing the park. Rev. Drown What's Cookin? Located 40 mile:! east of cash 6:00 at Greater Bethel AME
has done a wonderful Job at Montgomery in East-Central Church The public is cordla.ly;
Martin +'Memorial supported by Alabama Mrs. Postal Alliance will be Invited. Come and bring a
Tuskegee Is the county
his The queen of Oethsemane crowned at the annual ball Friday !
cooperative and efficient friend. Mrs Margaret Carey la
seat of Macon County where
wife and a fine membership} of Court No. 338 II. of J. saysthere.s Feb. 26 at the Caribbean president.
Negroes outnumber white residents
Christian workers.We a plenty cooking. We i
are having nearly 61.
a wonderful affairon 1
also: have hundreds of The 12 Negroes including C,
Thursday. March 30. Rev T, ,
others whose names are too nu- A. Rolle, OWP of the Eastern I Q Gomllllon, president of theTuskegee Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted ,.

merous have come to mention from many here areas who to There Star will will be.Abe a guest spicy speaker. charged that Civic the 1957 Association leglsla-, Guaranteed ........................ .......... $4.75: 0

become citizens of Richmond The three ladles, Mrs.program Dora ture discriminated against memo Your Portrait-Only ................. $1,00
home Heights owners Each of these new Wright, Mrs. Mary Brown and ,bers of their race in passing the Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios
are welcome act.
churches, civic to our Mrs. Mamie Hlggs are vlelng for gerrymandering Guaranteed! Watches .......... from $6.95 i
groups, business
the The :
crown. I lucky one will
and -
our orogresslve ...
community. win after which ,
a delicious dinner DAVID JEWELERS : ';
BOUQUET OF THE WEEK will be served consisting of Join The NAACP :
It is wise and pleasant' to give I turkey and the trimmings. If 1188N.W.3rdAve. FR 4-1522 ,, A r_ I r ,
flowers when they can be seen you miss this you will miss a

and appreciated. The "Bouquet II s
of the Week" goes to F. C.
Martin Elementary School prin : t

cipal and teachers as follows: \1
Walter for his untiring and ef

ficient our educational services as staff.the leader of I 2 L j .. + i iJ d

The teachers, who are his

deserve helpers, to and share co-workem this : Bouquet equally I I ____ fr '. :... .,.' iJk ,\,

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new Home owners ana ..y.
others are reminded here to get
your homestead exemption now .
or soon This 1* a must. It not
you will have your year's taxes
to pay. This is also: income tax
time. The earlier you file after '
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January first, the earlier you '..
receive your return. If you have ,
not filed and need Income tax : .
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tr ) y ''aM MM-MP
help call CE 5-4246 Courteousand .
efficient help awaits -

Send your church social you.or :..Iii ,;. iJ,. f.l; ,,<., 'A:4: J JI
general news to 14601 Lincoln :;::
Boulevard or call CE 54246. : Allen University students gather for an
informal supper at Dean Gumbo's apartment
The Richmond Heights Home L.. Left to right are Sitrena Durris, I :
Demonstration Club met on Frib. 1 Miss Cumbo and Gloria Massey Main
7 in the Home Demonstration -II J'k: dish will be chicken with Carnation
building for the Installation of cream sauce (recipe below), "Carnation
officers. Mrs. Ceather Chaney, ; has been the milk in my home as long
president, along with the vice oe_ as I can remember," Miss Cumbo says ,'
president and reporter, were av9s9M "a ul, "In fact, it was my formula milk when
elected to serve second! terms. I was a baby"This milk in the red and
The newly Installed officers are: white can is the world's favorite, by far.
Mrs. Ceather Chaney, presl.
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Job Opportunities ,'e.Creamed: \________,

Department of promotlo. and Chicken with II
Publicity, Greater Miami Urban
Allen Wheatley Jr.. vocational Ht (
services Mcretary. Phone PH .
1.6476, 1 t (Uan about 4 ttrvtnfi) I II
Typist Clerk (male) : J. I t 1c .
Accounting Technician : 2 tablespoons flour 1
Clerk (male) .
Clerk Typist With Dr. Frank RVeal President of Allen University, Dean Cumbo discusses J/2 teaspoon salt
Mosquito Control Inspector second semester plan during coffee break. "Meet of us here at school prefer 2 tablespoons butter J
Automotive Equipment Operator Carnation to cream In our coffee," Miss Gumbo points out HIt make coffee tate 1% cups (large can)
Engineers so dclidous-and it'i nice to know Carnation cuta fat calorie In baUI"
Legal Records Clerk undiluted CARNATION
Key Punch Operator EVAPORATED MILK

Economist Engineering Draftsman Dean of Students at Allen University tells why.. Blend flour, salt and butter together I

Librarian In saucepan over low heat until smooth.

Industrial Engineer Engineer ., "Carnation is the milk I use like cream ,Gradually butter-flour add mixture.undiluted Stir constantly Carnation until to I

thickened and smooth For Creamed I
for coffee cooking-even whipping Chicken or Turkey: Pour "Lump-Free" i II'+'

Brand New Home Cream Sauce over
mixture of 2 cups
SPECIAL DELUXE During her busy day at Allen Univer creamy-but it baa only % the fat calories chopped cooked
sity in Columbia, South Carolina, Miss of cream" chicken or turkey, I II+

1073 N.W. 64th Street T. Lorraine Cumbo likes to relax for a Today Carnation la evaporated a special Vi cup chopped ', g
coffee break now and then. After school that makes It look and celery,V4 cup sliced/
Only $2,500 Down way stuffed olives.ServeLaver (
she comes home to her attractive apart even whip like cream-with / the fat toast slices or ki r )
Open Sun. 4-6 p.m. ment on the campus-and relaxes by calories, and at % tho cost of cream. buns. i iIYApORUD
serving dinner to student guests! Even when mix it with an equal
CAPPER CONST. ..CORP. you -----
"Cooking is my hobby-but I'm careful amount of water, Carnation gives
INDF about calories. That's why I cook with smoother cooking results'than ordinary "from CentonHd C Wf.f'i f LJc..

Carnation. It makes everything taste so milk, at far I less coat. ,
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SATURDAY FEBRUARY'S, 1961' 1 'fNDEn's, DAY .. .POWELL'yGIVES:! that time was gtren as Ivette Dl
PAGE 4 11' : :' '; :: her second
ago It was marriage
3amptoriiarisIpnor .WIFE PAY RAISE and,Powell's' third.Congressmen .
h Washington House payroll l I/o are allowed MOr
Outstanding. Indicate Rep. Adam '
records 000 a year to flay for staff htilp
Clayton Powell, has ke ,1tlin> :
( wife on hU opd's relatives on the payrolls -
.: ";'::-" .::..-::'"-....--:-....:;..:' ;:'-,:--r.-y...... *-WgMng' 'with1' worshln 'service rolls-6t',', a $9,000 Crease in .
salary ,
w I : at Mt. Zlon Baptist Church; .. ., .,
Main Office at 0740 NW. 15th Av.nu.-Phon'.,OXM-OO1 P,:'b. 19, members'of the Miami Powell: 62, Was, married' iJec'l "- "'''- ''''-' --
Branch at 1112 N.W., Third Ave., Miami, -Florida-Photi] TFR '>-228 e 'Chapter of the Hampton' Instl 15 in; Puerto? ttl<*> to ,his 29-,
full day of _. .
tute Alumni had a 'r' :
their Fodn* .$100 Cash 'BuysH: ;;
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager, activities to observe .
H. E. SIGSM, UND REEVES, Editor ..>, der's Day ,FOR RENT ",-
activities was
Highlight; of the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ", ,;' ". .. i 'the iDrfiwmtatloh of special tokens 8 bedrooms a 2 bedroom home ,', with

ONE YEAR $4. O SIX MONTHS,. $2.75 THREE MONTHS.r'' 4" ':"$f 1." I to Hampton- souvenirs alumni of 'Hampton who are- See/612 ,NW 21st Ter. ',rear' porch. On' large. ,,lot,

Member of the Associated Negro Press ,i, .'| 'I ti :. v "serving' '''as principals In this $37 PER WEEK full dining room. awning.t' '
-..ire"l" Those receiving the souVehlrs -
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Msociatloo'Entered i bedrooms
,. Vere: Mesdames Grace Also 2
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Albert, Maude Chandler, Thena 2175 NW 6th Ct. Near ,Orchard Villa School
., See
( as Second (Has Matter August 0, 1027 at' the Po * Fortson,
C. 'Crowder. Rosa L;
at Miami' ', }Florida under the, act of March 8, 1870"Ci1EDO : Elizabeth ,Pittman and' CharlesL. $18 WEEK
OF TILE NEGRO PRESS" Williams The token was Only $69 Month
THE '}JGn() PRESS believes that America can best lead, the world presented to Mrs. Frances S. Phone OX 1.8371
from racial and national antagonisms when It accords to every man Tucker' 'In' absentia. Night NA 1.6953FOR
repardliMM of race color or creed his human and legal rights. Hating ,The. group worshipped in a 5880 NW 14th Ave.
.with Rev. Edward T. Gra- 1
no men, f"u-lnc no wan-the Negro Press strives to help every man
fcani and his congregation, disbanded
'In the firm belief<< that all men are hurt as long as anyone. Is\\beld .
for lunch in various -
tMCk. groups; and, then reassembledat SALE3Bedroom
5 ''p.m. in the lower auditorium '
Church where the Rev. S. A.
O. Campbell, Miami's Metropolitas County Man-1 Cousin is pastor. Carl A. Williams Fully Furnished 801 ''N.W. 54th St.
ager, resigned last Tuesday. It was not Campbell's inten- chairman of the local
tion to resign at that time but, he was given an ultimatumand 1 I alumni and paid group a tribute brought to greetings Samuel One mortgage $55 month PL 9.8372 OX 6.1740

he said goodbye to the Metro Commissioners. I Chapman Armstrong, founder of
Call OX 1.3937
Campbell came to Miami from California to set up Hampton Institute.

our :Metropolitan form ,of government.. He did that and After 4 p.m. dlaily
although his program has not been completed' we ihave MIAMI TIMES ADS
the Metropolitan government., The manager had many Open all day Sat. & Sun.
ups ond downs and was not able to get the full!" support DON'T COST .' THEY PAY ,
'. .. .. ,_ ..
of his commissioners. r!t re :: !"17 ,
There are differences of opinion on',our Metro 'form
of government. Some folk would like usreturn to
seeH, : ,
the old order of city and county operatio.? '' '* First Time Shown THE

After three and ,a: half years of Metro; there:is'little'
likelihood of turning back. It's,too bad Mr., :Camp el1) was World'sHeavyweight
not able to complete his program. However;, he has) left New Model Home In
enough done, for his successor to carry on. *: ," I
Acting as County Manager,B.,B.. ,Leatherman,' clerk'
of the Circuit Court. There are several.l names. mentioned Richmond
for the post. Among them: City Manager:.Melvin Reese, HeightsSee

former City Manager E. A. Evans; Morris Llpp: City .
Manager Miami Beach, and ,James Goodlet, city clerk at Title MatchBETWEEN
Hialeah, and William Singer. at 10205 S.W. 152nd Street

PAYOLA (''Coral Reef Drive)

In the payola scandal that fired 14 state Road De

patment engineers last November, it has been decided to Visit Thelma Aranha on the property The Champion .
rehire 13 of them, but they must 'take, a cut in salary of
from $30 to $60 a month. They will not be eligible for an i, and discuss the many other attractive
Increase In salary until after '
a year's probation, 'accord- I Floyd
ing to the decision of the investigating committee. homes available in Richmond Heights.

STRIKEThis PattersonAnd

is being written while the airline strike is on PL 1-4061 or PL 8.5586
Let us hone when you read it, even if it is not news that ,
this crippling strike will be over. The Challenger

With airline employees laid off, planes grounded, -- I
the railroads are swamped, which is good for the comp- fly i -

any. However the whole is not,greater than its parts and IngemarJohansson
Dade County authorities report that the strike is costing FLORSHEIM

some three million dollars a day; that is a lot of money,
especially when there is such a 'cry of recession'' unemployment ,
and suffering for some people. PresentsThe

Even President, Kennedy's plea for a return 'to work Natural
has not been heard by the striking engineers. AT THE
Secretary of Labor Arthur Goldberg is trying to negotiate ?
with the flight engineers and the pilot's union. A Miami Beach
The strike has hurt the tourist business, althoughsome
hotels report they are filled. CONVENTIONHALL

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.,.,.,.,. ",,* _"'-_-_ _" V. J .... ..............- --'. ... monies will be Principal Walter THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI.FLORIDA
1 / C. Cogdell. of Bethune Elemen

THIS and11V tal''. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1961 PAGE 5

ff ',::r;. I The 21 classroom school' is'a
'j' tribute to one who gave 26 or
-. .' more years to the cause of education Personal Mention lantio Coast Baptist Association
; :; ;- THAT j 'i" ,,' before <,she, retired:.-Hut; being held at New Mt. Zion in
< ''
,- spring. Her 'leadership ''anct'\"abn., :"Mr...;'O.rlton 1 Flnley. 2301 'NW I Homestead.Mrs. .
..; .. \4,..;' ,:," ...,. ," '{ '. .. ; / '....;,' ,\\; Ity will forever be enahrln d&n; 64Sth. $t./'Ma; returned.tA..Miamiafter
oJ it wt 'l>". r,'3.i .,, : .'.: : .... ; # "i: the hearts of all wtto tidw"nVe, attenJtnKktna presidential Johnnie 'Mae Blgams of
1f \
nE,Bk ur.; :' By.RUTH J4.: P LlT.' and a challenge ,to generations,. inauguration: in Washington' ,and New York City arrived in Miami
yet t'\ visiting with her nephew and last 'Wednesday via EAL
-----.-. -- -- unborn.;>, .
vwwvwvwwvvwvuGOLDEN ....._ .".. as "
.... fit r his wife Mr' and Mrs... Joseph plane on a combined business
IIf'.THE!' ,'' YEARS. Mud' pital. They also paid YMCA WOMANHOOD ,Johnson: ,. Mrs, Fly ley slipped on and vacation trip. While In Miami *
ZETAS FINER' the Ice and suffered a broken. Mrs. Blgams is the house-
being said and done these< fee for several underprivileged
WEEK: Wherever there are Johnle Mae Hill,
of Mrs
extra guest
arm and had''tp'remain' an
days about? elderly people. The children and made
6 5.year-old.and-older* chapters'of Zeta Ph} Beta Soror 12 days' In"IVaIngton for re 1142 NW First court.In .
age group cash donations to a few families ity, there (will be activities of New York, Mrs. Blgams is
Is mounting yearly. As medicine whose pocketbooty had been civic and Cultural 'expression covery. ... _. ;s employed \by the Department of

conquers people are disease living after years another longer.' emptied because of illnesses. enunciating the philosophy, of The Rev tDr.: H. W. Brown' Welfare She la long.time mem

The medical profession Is non Honored guests at Zeta Ami- the organization. B.Th.f Tustof"ot' ;Bethel Baptist ber of Greater Bethel AME
Bahamas isnow Church of Miami as well as
Church, Nassau
turning In Its research to- the< cae's Fellowship Tea were the Zeta women In places of lead of New
Bethel AME Church
degenratatlve diseases that Is PATRONESS BOARD ,of Iota ship will be honored. Here In visiting our fair city.
those diseases that, I He ii' :la-tfhe: .;;:united Statesrepresenting York. -Firs Bigama is also activein
and the
come as a Phi Lambda Sorority our own community ,we, point CORE the NAACP and the
result. of living longer,. PHILOS of Sigma Gamma Rho with pride to those who are actively theDistrict hls'congregation Convention of New Era Democratic Club of
Closely attuned to this con Sorority. The colorful affair was woven into the fabric of at I York
cern about the physical dlaeasei held in the garden of Mr. and the educational and civic life. the Atlantic Coast Baptist As New
of the elderly Is a deep concern Mrs. Edward Braynon We salute Mesdames Marguerite I 9 91t

tor the mental attitudes of those< When the association of Childhood Miller, Louise BTaylor. Dorothy ..,..- 0 ._ ... ., = .11
who have come to the retire. Education met at Phyllis: Adside, Sylvia Lambert Rosa
ment age In life. Developing a Wheatley Elementary School, Lee Fortson, Maude K. Hold ; I I
i ik
serene confident attitude toward -', Feb. 16* more than ''200 members -, Rosetta Kershaw, Dorothy Me- ,
decMnlng years does not heard Miss MAMIE HEINZ. Kellar, Marlon Shannon Vernay I
come automatically It must be Miss Heinz is a former ACE Jones Pauline Willis, Millicent 1
anticipated and planned yean Fellow from Atlanta Mrs. LO- Harris, Harolene Storr, IDes. I
ahead. A friend once said In this REATHA PECK Is president of Foster Lenora Smith." -
regard, "What you are at 21 the Dade County group. ?
you will be at 75, only more so. -
If you are an unkind, thoughtless Friends fhira, W1LENA HAPPY BIRTHDAY GreetingsEva
selfish young person, and! SMITH are pleased' to see her J. Harris A. B. Williams
you do nothing about It, you again In town. She will be here Sandra E. Johnson, Albert Johnson
will be an unkind, thoughtlessand for a short "period of time" Feb. 19; Ernest Hunt Feb.
selfish old, old person The spring meeting of the Miami 20; Allison T. Clarke Ruth
and consequently, you will be< Deanery of Episcopal Church Turner, Nathaniel McPhee, 21; I
unloved and unwanted and left women, Diocese of South Florida Charles W. Carey, Samuel B. :
alone. !' It Is, pretty much of our, met at St. Phillips Bptsclpal Grant Jr., Flo Hawkins Delores'
own?.choosing ,what life brings to Church In Coral Gabes Monday Covin, Inez Anderson Genevieve I Il
us. morning and afternoon. The Rt. Lockhart, Esther B. Thomas,
Rev. Henry' I. Louttlt, D.D., addressed Feb 22; Maude Ellison, Percl-:
Some of the thoughts that the meeting. MM. A. S. val Brown, Charotte: Ellison,
seem Important In the cultivation DeCESARE tyas. ,elected' to the Feb. 23; Sallie Collins; Feb. 24; ,,..
of growing old gracious! directorship of the Miami Dean. Carlotta Rhetta, the late Corln-
are;, Expect a good, long, useful ery. Those attending from the thla Wilson, Beverly Adderley kqw
life Simply refuse to grow old Church of the Incarnation were: Feb 25; John Eve, John/ JL ,vkwNUUr w
by counting your years or anti. Mesdames Lillian Carey Cleoria: Shirley, Elvin Dean George F,
clpating old age. One of the best Carey Lenora Taylor, Olive Stubbs, Feb. 26; Fred Sands,
preventatives of age Is enthusiasm Fender Albertha Johnson Mabel Louise McQueen, Susan D. Williams r)4i"
and interest in the affair Rogers Colleen Plnfler, Lillian I Ronald McPhaul, Alice e
of the day. Keep in the.sunlight;: Jackson. Clark, Feb. 27; Violet B. Thomas
nothing 'beautiful or sweet growl Gloria Green, Feb. 281; !
or ripens In the darkness. Avoid I Ruth Hill, Feb. 19.
fear In all its varied forms of CONGRATULATIONS!, RE-
expression: it is the greatest GINA JOLLIVETTE for winningthe
enemy of the, human race. Avoid Bronze Medallion' Award at ) I. );:v ? r., : i ,
excesses of all kinds: they' are the NCCJ Inc. Florida Region
Injurious. Contemp'ate beauty In Ninth Brotherhood Dinner Tuesday
all Its forms and you will drive< evening. All Miami, Is proudof
everything that Is ugly out of you! Within the lat month ,. '
your life Keep mental cobwebs Miss Jolllvette was th'e''' recipientof ; .i- .
dust and brain ashes brushed accolades befitting a young ;,
off (by frequent travels. Live lady who has set her goals In r
simply and naturally and keep the right direction The Miami ,
clear of entangling alliances and Herald acclaimed her TODAY'S .
complications of all kinds. Cul TEEN. She won the coveted f
tlvate the spirit of contentment;: BETTY CROCKER AWARD. 4, "
all discontent and dissatisfactionbring Others winning ehifllar awards ,.. In Fine Whiskey. .
age-furrows prematurelyto were: Gail Kinard of Miami Edison
the face. Keep your mind and Alice Samuels of Miami
young by fresh, vigorous thinking High The social set has been FLEISCHMANN'Sis
and your heart sound bj having a field day of parties for ,
cultivating a cheerful, optimistic the visiting celebrities withinour
disposition. Build: a sane, afftr midst. Tonsorial, artist NAT BIB
matlve attitude toward religion VAUGHN and his MURIEL, gavea the buy I
and an abiding faith In God,, small dinner party for Mr .JUJ.-- tlsc?Net,.Ii}
then leave matters in Ills hands and Mrs. NAT KINO COLE.,
Other! dinner guests 'were Dr. pg0pzoOFIWhi =
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: and Mrs. II. II, Green, Mr. and ""
"And thine age shall be clearer Mrs. Harold Mitchell Pioneer *

than the noonday; thou shalt Miamian S. A. Culmer a _._ qrr_. _._
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shine forth, thou shalt be as the retired salesman is well on the
morning."-Job 1117. road to recovery after a stay In I ,Mrs. Mary Burney of 1387 NW BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF 05% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
58th Terr. died Feb. 20. She
the hospital. ,
PEOPLE. Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR was a native of Ocala and lived THE FLEI30HMANN DISTILLING I
CONYERS of New York FRANCES STEWART TUCKER ; In Miami for a number'of years
City are In town for their annual ELEMENTARY, SCHOOLwill Services will ,be held Monday, I f
visit with their children, be officially dedicated Feb. at 3 p.m. In New Hope Baptist I
MoDona'd and Inez Foster. We 28 at eight o'clock in the evenIng Church. Mrs. Burney Is survived r o EXTRA !
are sorry to learn of the deathof On hand for the occasion by her husband, Willie, a !
Mr... Foster's aunt, Mrs Mary will 'be Dr. ROBERT BUTLER, daughter ,her mother, Mrs.
Cave who resided in Cleveland member of the' Board of Public helmlna Rawla, a brother, WU'I
Ohio Onetime winter visitors Instruction; local ministers, mle Moore, a sister, Mrs. (GOOD NEWS)
Mrs. BESSIE HINE8 of principals and prominent cltl nie M. Miller Friends may call
Hyannis Port Mass., and Miss zens of the area. Master of cere at the chapel 1 p.m. Sunday, From 'News Realty
City are here once more for a i Reduced $1,500 i
short vacation. A delightful and I

charming lady who came with LARGE CBS 3-BEDROOM, 2 BATH
Available Now
them in their "T lrd" was Mr. Money
JEAN PENN The trio b living $13J500; TOTAL-$850 DOWN
down at Virginia Key so that .
they can soak up loads of sunshine FOR FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGESAND Includes Closing Cost \
while: basking on thi 1115 N.W. 74th STREET 'II
beach under the sheltering REFINANCING ." ;
palms. -0-- '.
string of cottages and a
swanky Guest House at 478 Pit. EASIER MONTHLY PAYMENTSAll
chers Way In Hyannis Port MANY, MANY EXTRAS
It Is dance time again for two
popular clubs. The National Al transactions private and confidential ONLY $600, DOWN

its fiance Auxl'iary of Postal will Employee greet their and Come in and talk it over-No obligationASK 5246 N.W. 8th Avenue

friends In The Caribbean Room
at Bayfront Park Auditorium cn FOR MRS ADELMAN OR MR. WASSERMANMortgage -0I I

FRYAR Is their energetic $11,800 Total-$800 Down h hy I
president The King of GuaranteeCorp. ,
Clubs will stage Us annual prom 'INCLUDING CLOSING COSTS '
at Bayfront Park Audltorlnm.

the president of this cosmo I II
politan group Mrs. HELEN 1130 N.W. 50th Street

WARD hosted the Gardenia LICENSED; DY STATE OF FLORIDA Open Sunday 2.6 p.m.
Circle. Feb. 12. The "Gardenias"competed
: plans for their fabulous

ladles annual do more Easter than Tea.meet This and N.m2vR.e M I MFflto 5 4.7667 NEWS REALTY PL 4-0655

eat. Last week they gave an ad. .
dltlonal $100 to Christian Rios I


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on Thursday. Admission is also
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Killen's Knight free on Tuesday, Wednesday and
S 3 I Sgl"tlRTI7r Thursday nights. The club Is
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1961 Beat Announces closed on Monday nights. i

AttractionsThe -

Freedom's Road -...- one and only Clyde Kll- SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
Along lens does It again. Klllen this
week is announcing a series of SPIRITUAL
rr..r .r a .r.uw
By RUTH PERRY new attractions at his popular LEADER
f ___. Knight Beat Club at the Sir
234 N" E. '70th ,Street John Hotel NW 6th at. and 3rd 4ND PHYCHIC READER

director of the Persecution of the white person *
George hear lot
"One question we a ave.The
takes forms: ostracism down Is as fol BISHOP HUNTERIf
American Institute of Publlo many says Edward P. Blonston, District new run
Opinion which takes the famous from his ,group, perhaps loss of Manager' of the Miami lows: Every Friday and Satur-
Gallup Poll periodically had his job; perhaps persecutionand North Social Security Office "is day nights, are show time, beginning you arc tick or .rrletl '4."*.
some Interesting figures and Intimidation in the form of how much social security creditis ; this week. The Incomparable fall to .e. m.. today. OfflM,h..n
facts in his latest survey. :legislative investigation; revUe needed for 'people to qualifyfor Hot Papa Turner and dally 1 p.m. to 9 P.M. Thursday
ing and name-calling; economic old-age or survivors benefits his talented family will be featured 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 11 .....
GALLUP POLL reprisals and in some cases actual -
beginning this Friday
offered to S .
? Today, this newspaper pjn.READINGS
terrorism.No .
violence and
While most Southerners still Mr. Bltonston the opportunity night. Popular admission prices

are very reluctant to see inte the road to freedom is not to give the answer. prevail. :? .' .
gration come to their region easy in the face of Intoleranceand Mr. BLonston. not only gave us
and while some are still bitterly prejudice and my "heart was the answer, but It's news. The SUNDAY AFTERNOON tljMP
opposed to desegregation, durIng filled with sympathy and under Social Security Act was changedIn MATINEEAs !
the past three years the percentage standing for the white ministeras 1960 and the amount of work
of his
a means giving pa-
of white Southerners I looked at the picture of his covered by the program neededby
trons 'worthwhile togo 44
some 6417 SW 17 8t.
forced exit from the Southern
who' feel that integration is inevitable workers now reaching or past
Sunday afternoon Kll- '
has grown considerably. courtroom because he wanted to retirement age, or who have lens on has recently ibegun Sun WIlTHOLLYWOOD ;, )
Seventy-eight percent now feel sit with his friends. And my died, is less than it was. Under
afternoon Matinee
day show
that desegregation is inevitablein heart was filled with pity for the od: law the worker needed which features "LA. ;' .
a number of well
the south, while earlier polls the many Southerners who still :'social security credit equal to known stars and eeJebritlesV. :
reflected a much smaller per have not yet learned to live .as one year of work for each two Festivities begin at 4:30: and PROF.. HUNTER
centage. American citizens. There is no years after 1950 and before he
last until 9 o'cVck! that night
room now for self-delusion that died or reached retirement age.
However, in the face of sit-In 1961 is 1861; there is no time when the regular Sunday night
demonstrations and the success for self-imposed blindness to The new law, however, specifies attraction begins Admission Is
they have had In many southern the principles of American democracy that this worker now needs free and tables are free on Sun

cities, three out of four Southerners Time is running out, social security credit equal to days.
now believe that the day but there is still some left for only one year for each three Other: activities at the Knight DON'T COST THEY PAY
will come when white and colored the- lesson to be learned. years after 1950[j and up to the Beat include: Amateur Night on
persons will to a great extent year he reaches retirement agdor Tuesaay; Price Cut Night on CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
share the same public accommodations PERSECUTION PERSISTSAnd dies. Under both the old and Wednesday, and Premises Night

in the Southern the new law, .the secial security -
wfaile ministers
states.( When asked specific of the credit needed can be earned any
questions regarding going to the Gospel are being denied the
time after 19.36 no one needs
same schools eating in the same once right again to act the as Florida human beings, credit for more than 10 years' BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
restaurants and sharing In gen tive work and a minimum of a year
eral the same public accommodations Investigating Committee is and a half of work under social
the majority of Southerners becoming communist active with the same security is always required. Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
red herring as its
certain in questioned their minds were that very the theme. If I could be convinced Because of the new law, many 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376The

future will !bring a new way of that the committee members people who have had their
life in the south. truly believe in "a communist claims for old age or survivors finest products at Cut Rate Prices
In the past five years when conspiracy," I might be a little benetits'rejeded 'because of lack
Southerners were asked the I easier in my mind. Dut its past of sufficient work credit may WINTER MEDICINESLydia

same questions, their answers mind performance does not ease my now be eligible. For Instance Pinkham's 1.50 1.00 8SS Tonic ............ 2.85 & 1.4B
had been uncertain or doubtful. I or prove anything tame all workers who reached retire Scott's Emulsion 1.70 08c Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Although the percentage of except the fact that some Flor- ment age (65 for men, 62 for Super Anahlst 2.00 & 1.00 Prescription 1.03 1.10
Southerners believing in the inevitability idians are willing to go to great women) before 1957 need credit Super Anahist Nasal New

of integration has credit lengths the to NAACP dlsquality and dis- for only 1/ years of work Spray................................. 08c Father Zyrone John's 7 plus 1.89
become much larger, Mr. Gallup in the hope under social security to be elig
Super Anahist Medicine ........ 1.$5
states that there is little that along with the discrediting ible. Under the old law .... & 75o
that integration will continue doubt to will go the outlawing or the negating people who reached retirementage only Tablets ................ 08c & G5c Swamp Root ........ 1.83 & 75c

be highly unpopular as it makes of the usefulness of the before July, 1954 could OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

more and more inroads upon the organization.The qualify with credit for only 11h JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
Southern way of life. years of work.
threat of Soviet Russia

THE LESSON MUST very present, but that is one Mr. Bionston urged people "
III LEARNED thing. The NAACP and its fight who have had an application for
for equal civil rights and first benefits turned down, or who
I saw a picture in a newspaper class citizenship is another It had failed to apply or report be-
some days ago that spoke is not democratic, ethical or cause of insufficient social secure LINCOLN ESTATES
more eloquently than words. It just to combine the two Issues ity credit to get in touch again
showed a white minister being cloud them and mix them up with the social security office.

forcibly ejected from a courtroom with more than a generous They may now be eligible for ,
in Lynchburg Va. because sprinkling of MoCartyism. To be 'benefits 0- -
he had wanted to sit with an American liberal is not com
Negroes during a lunchcountersitin munistic; to believe in democ
case. It is very apparent racy and justice Is not com-
that the lesson of democracy and munistic; to speak one's mind Don't Fret Fight I WHY RENT ?
equality has not yet been learn about these things should not be
ed in many sections of the to invite prejudiced acts and In.
south, and that the courthouse, tolerance. JOIN THE NAACP! 3.BEDROOMS SOME GARAGESAsLowas$175

supposedly a symbol of Justice
and freedom still adheres to the
double standard: one set of laws
for the white man and one for HOUSE FOR SALE
the Negro. And if a white man
or woman dares to publicly
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that he or she believes in democratic $9,300

principles as laid down by Beautifully Furnished

our Founding Fathers, suoh a Florida room fenced-in yard Very good location
still is $62.00
person persecuted in one per month pays everythingSee
way or another. You must see this home to appreciate its many

The road to freedom is sure wonderful features the three bedroom model at \ .
ly not easy for the Negro but
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the The fish are biting real goodat BENEFIT SAT. MIDNITE

Looking Sports Mack's Fishing Camp on the I The fourth session of' the SUN., MON. TUES
20.mile bend on Okechobee Rd. i Young Men's GhLstlan Associa FED. 20 27 28
the tion Family Forum has been
The bream are really taking
; worms and flies, and. the ,bass I postponed from Sunday Feb. 26 Herod The Great"Caltikit
World/ Ouer By.,LEO B. ARMBniSTBRKXCL'LSIOK seem to go for live bait. Mack's to Sunday, March 6, p.m. in The
Is' the last camp down and rents the board room at the YMCA. Immortal
boats, motors, poles etc. This was done in cooperationwith Monster
the benefit for Rev. T. R. with Edmond Purdom
J.I .\OUE PLAYS Wright and Myrtle Patterson, Gibson, which is sponsored by ,
IX CITY TOURNEY both of New York City, tied for About 700 Miamians were fit the NAACP.
the lead with. 93. Nellie Randallof to be tied Tuesday night when
Tho Excelsior Bowling League' 'Atlanta was second, five they turned out to Dade County The fourth session of the
of the Ml Bowling Lanes has strokes off the pace with 98; Auditorium to hear Rev. C. L. Family Forum will deal with Advertise! It '
gained much prestige in becoming the second day, Myrtle Patter Franklin of Detroit in a big Family Relations. Payi'
the first Negro bowling son stroked an 87 for 180 total gospel: program. Franklin, who

league to be represented in the to shake off Elizabeth Wright has made thousands of dollars a ... ,._ _. ,.,_ .... .. __ _ J:::.. L
local City Tournament, who came in with 187. Third here in Miami, refused to go on &- -----:.
This occasion was :nade pos was Nellie Randall with 191. stage because he thought the
sible through the united efforts The tournament is being played crowd too small. I doubt if the'11 .
of Char.ey Hayelc, OWller'1>ro. under the ibest weather conditions ever be invited here again.
prietor of Ml and the biggest handi r'j: !
Lanes, whose cap was the airline strike which 'II.tIOX
kept many regular visitors from The University of Miami need "
foresight .save making the trip. not worry about too much integration

Negro bowling s,. at their school. The
in Miami a I1ELAFONTB AND DAVIS UM is one of the most expensive
1-7959 22nd Ave. &\69th St.
GIVE BENEFITHarry schools in the country. Tuition
to come
alone is about $900 a year.
from obscurity Belafonte and Sammy Compare that with the $180
to a status of I Davis Jr., sportsmen: in every registration fee for a year at
recognition. 'After satisfied FRIDAY
sense of the word; not FAMU.
the league with .only being good sports, they
became an orginlzed will act the part, Sunday even-
unit, ing at the Beach Auditorium, Dog racing fans are now enJoying -
Theodore Goldstein, president of when they present their multitalented races at the Miami Beach M
the Greater Miami Bowling Association shows .for the benefit of Kennel Club, but many of them
made membership to the NAACP and in honor of Fr. feel that the management has .. ,:,. t +
the American Bowling Congress Theodore Gibson, who has given gone to a lot of trouble to en-
easily available. With membership so much of himself) for this force unneeded segregation, in { t1P, :,
secured he further negotiated worthwhile organization. a cosmopolitan tourist center ;
with the proprietor of Plno- like Miami Beach. Those signs ,,.. '::' ,' 1 .'., ".,.". :
rama Bowl, Abe Lapides to clear Advanced ticket sales indicate that specify the 'colored' areas .. > '
the way for the current tournament all sportsmen will be there and are not needed and entirely too ,1. 1. : :/J

entry. There was no doubtas mate this affair a huge success. large. ,.....: ,
to the outcome of the event; COLUMBIA .
as Goldstein and Yapides re FLOYD AND INGEMAH Funeral services were held PICTURES "..... -;)
marked: THAIN SERIOUSLY last Saturday morning at the i FRED
((1 1IiOIIOi
"It wonderful the Mt. Zion Baptist Church for niCK ,'
was having Patterson and Johansson, the KOHlMARJ b6
Excelsior League in the tournament main characters in a personal Miller S. Collins, a former Mi- U
and hope to have more battle come March 13 are both amian who had lived in Chicagofor
teams next year." Lapides said taking the (business of training more than 20 years. lEMMOI lSOr]
his lanes are open! to all bowlers seriously. I
at at: times and that includes Appearing on the program
There Is no cocky assurance on Dr. In "Tht Apartment" Hitting the high C'3/
were S. M. Frazier, J. R. The man
teams, or leagues.
either side small detail
I ; as every Taylor and Miss Marie White,
of a possible margin for er od: I
acquaintances of the deceas o
ror is being scrutinized and I
They spoke in
high praise of
results of the entrants of worked out.Patterson. him.
the Excelsior League were quite

favorable for their first effort in "He beat me once says, my of job Ingemar is not, Arthur King was soloist. The

a major tourney. to let him do it again." Rev. Edward T Graham officiated Iii ntheBJ
Sir John Untouchables won assisted by the Rev. Emory
the scratch with 2361, followed Jackson
by Fenderson Olympics '2334, Bridge ClubThe

Wilson's Rattlers 2319, and Ce Collins. a former member of PLUS'FRECKLES'-
cil Radio TV 2063, The handicapwas Sunshine State Duplicate the faculty of Booker T. Wash-
won by Fendorson Olympic Bridge Club met at the home of ington school was a music
with 2931, followed by Wilson's I Mrs. Mary Maddox Feb. II. All teacher and social worker. He, is
Rental 2844, Sir John 2808, and members were glad to see Mrs. survived by a wife, mother and
.Ceci.: Radio TV 2678. Maddox, who has been on the other relatives. NEXT ATTRACTION
Individual single game high sick list for many months. s
score .of the top five were: Willie
Lazier 190; Cyril Miller 180: Mrs. McCoy ,gave an Interestingand Last Sunday afternoon the rno ':"" eae tart ... ..-trr r' '
Bruce McCord 179; Ted Williams informative talk. Our question new, beautiful rectory of Christ %7 JOSHUA
( 179, and James Mitchum and answer ;period moved Church, Coconut Grove, was ded .
179. rl1Jpld;y. An individual movement icated by the rector, Fr. Theo, "I l : N g
that !
Individual three game high ,was used. dore Gibson, assisted by the ?* qollcge '
score of the top five were Cyril Winners Rev. Ellsha Clarke, vicar of the 1 >. girt who
l\I1'Jers 504; Willie Lazier 502; were first place, ty Church of the Incarnation. V rQny'
Tim Williams 490; Tommy Ing Charles Higgs and Charles Members and a large number of /*> : \jQnj.IIT \
Storr 486 and Ernest Hales 484. TIT Gray;and second. tying Mrs. Lois. friends from other churches were help /lovYnI

third, Donald Mrs AUns.Gertrude! McCoy; Don present.II. Among them were Fr. Jvffi 11 bo !
XOIITILSOUTII GOLF The Copeland, rector of St. S. iJtliitunnq
next meeting will be at Stephen's Church, and Mrs.
TOUUNEY TEES OFF Georgette's Tea Room, Feb. 26, Elizabeth Vlrrick, well known I
2540 NW 51st st. All members civic Ii.
No storm, no transportationstrike 'planning to attend accompanied by
kindly call her husband. ,
was able to keep the multitude ; the ''hostess, Airs. .
Lois Hill, PL ',
of golfers from making 4.6965 before !
their annual trek to Florida for Mrs. Williams Saturday, or call .Many useful presents were :
MU 80930. brought to the rectory
the North South Golf) Tournament -
From as far Hawaii .
away as

with came the top Cliff notchers.Drown to swing Monday United ruled States! that Supreme Jack Monroeof Court thony Perkins Jane fonda

RITZTHEATRE Chicago has the right to ,
The. 'tournament started with I
bring a civil damage suit against IJ!
a bang, seeing Ray Bolts par city polcemen who he claimed
the course to take the lead, followed -j ramsacked his home, abused his PLUS -
by Cliff Harrington witha STARTS SAT., FED. 23 family and placed him under arrest -
one over par 71 At the end of .
36 holes Ray had to be satisfied : "SWISS FAMILY
with sharing the top spot with
Pete Brown as they each dupli i ROBINSON"Dorothy Welcome News. On Monday

clUed the other's score of the McGuire President Kennedy named 61- r,< y
first day's round coming in with year-old Clifton R. Wharton,
144; was Cliff Harrington.The Minister to Roumania as ambas .
Women's Division ended PLUS sador to Norway. This is the
the first round with EUza.bethI' "Cage of Evil" first of our race as far as we MEIROGOLDWYN MAYER
know, to be appointed to an ambassadorship )





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Zetas Focus on New Broward I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1961 PAGE 9


Miss Major Had Hayes, Sharon Robinson, Char
Frontiers for NewsBy lene Hawkins, Melvina Bethel,
Women Valentine PartyThe John Dillard Jr., Joseph Cook,
Mlnona Reddick, Yvonne ROdS, ;
Winona Reddick, Jessie Usher,
Miami Zeta will observe' Fin director of. Florida) and Ruth N. Walter Dowe Zeke home of Mr and of Mrs. Moses Perry, Jr., D. Marks
Brady was scene a
Womanhood Week
er Feb. 26 Polite
associate director of Clarence Mitchell, Yvonne Ross
------ gay Valentine when their
through March 5. Grand Basl- Amicae Affairs. party ,
Beverly Brown, Betty Lou Free
leus, Deborah C. Wolfe has de- niece, Mary Alice Mayer enter
Marian ,
H. Shannon, reporter man, David Dobbs Jr., James
tamed host of her class and
creed the theme to be "New The Chamber ot Commercewill a Reddick and Dianne Reeves
Frontiers for Women In the Six meet on Monday, Feb. 27 at school mates. They enjoyed
J ..ties." the Chamber of Commerce Bid?, themselves playing their favorite
Program emphasis for the local 8:30: p.m. All members. are ask games, dancing and singing. A
Deta Tau Zeta Chapter of ed to be present. repast ,was served Elks Oratorical
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Include W Mrs Mary Reeves helped Mrs.
worship, February 26 with Brady serve. Sharon Robinson ContestThe
members of Greater Bethel AME The South Broward VFW Post thanked the hostess for a won
Church, during the morning ser will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 28, derful evening for the group. Educational Department
at the Chamber of Commerce Those enjoying the hospitality
vice. Memorial wreaths will be of" the IBPOEW cordially la-!
placed for the late orora Corln- Bldg. on 44th, aye at 21st st. In of the evening were: Ben vltes you to its anual oratorical
thla Mae Wilson ./a( chapter Carver Ranches. All overseas vet. Reeves, Janet Devoe, contest Sunday, March 12, 3:30
founder) and Johnnie Adklns erans are eligible for member' D.IO..I p.m; at the YMCA, NW 15th
Cherry, following thfc service, ship. Come out veterans and ave. and 58th st. An evening of
Presentations 'wlltyUe) made to ,help to build your post. Meeting King will be the speaker, with literary and musical pleasure
the children: of migrant workers, time Is 8 p.m. the various choirs from other I will be yours. Music will be by
Feb. 27 by Soror Gladys H. churches. Time 3:30 p.m. ReT school choruses.
Smith and other Zetas in the Carver Ranches Elementary I; S. Clark, pastor

area.. Amlcettes led by Lauras- School PTA observed Founders f.-:;..;;; :: $ ;:; .;. .;.
tine Mason, will make special h Day Feb. 8. Their speaker was
presentations to other local welfare Mrs. Eula O. George of Pompano -
groups Feb. 28. Beach. Topic: "Today's CBS DuplexOpen

On tap for March 1 are the Work Is Tomorrow's Reward.".
area workshop meetings. Area, The Miami Colored Police 2 to 6 p.m.
one, Opa Locka, will meet with Benevolent Association Is sponsoring Mrs. Susie Daniels, principal 5201 N.W.15th Ave.
Soror Inez C. Foster; Area two, a (benefit dance at the of the Carver Ranches school, ,
Liberty City with Soror Bernice Bayfront Park Auditorium on left Wednesday morning to attend Florida room tiled roof plus ,many extras:
Johnson; Area three, Browns March 19 from 10 p.m. until? the Florida State Congressof
vine, with Soror Evelyn S. Wil- The dance will feature Ray PTA in Orlando, Feb. 23 to Come out and! see ,some Veal buys. We have three
liams; Area four, South Miami Charles and his orchestra Admission 25. Mrs. Daniels is a resident of others to choose from
and Homestead with Soror $1.75 in advance and Hyde Park.Gethsemane.
Chandler Childs and Area five, $2.00 at the door. Tickets can
Miami, with Sorors Betty Christian now be obtained thru the Miami Baptist Church, Pan American OX 7837JNARCIA '
and Barbara Howell. Police Department (precinct). 5201 SW 18th St., West Holly- Realty
High school girls displaying Buses to the auditorium will wood, is sponsoring a state rally
qualities of finer womanhood leave NW 10th at. and 2nd aye. Sunday, Feb. 26. Rev Ellis t-: .r$ :;:: v :: :: :: ;;:; :: :: :::
will be honored March 2. Special beginning at 9 p.m. Fare 20
certificates and, awards will be cents. M18 -
given durng( 'a special assemblyand '
via public address systemsin St. Patrick's
the five high ,schools by Sorors
Theodora C. Brown, Northwestern I I Day TeaThe JANE HONES
; Marguerite V. Miller !
North Dade; Dorothy C. Bowman Sunshine Community
Carver; Kathleen B, Moss, I Club cordially Invites you to
Mays And Georgiana Johnson, their annual St. Patrick Day LOOK AT THIS!
Booker T. Washington. Tea at the Liberty Square Aud
More civic activity comes forth, Itorium, 6304 NW 14th ave.,
March 3 when Soror Eugenia B. Sunday, March 19, 4 to 6 p.m. Live in one of these brand new deluxe CBS homes. for

Thomas presents the annual so featuring Dorsey Junior High little $15.00 week
rority gift to Christian hospital. School chorus, William .S. John. as as a
Sisterly emphasis and re-dedication son, director; Mrs. Mary Ellen
of purpose will ,be the or Simms, president. Your choice of 5 models
der for March 4, when all Zetasin 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes

the county gather for a "clos ChristeningReception ,. .
.j< Garages or carports
ed affair. Soror Doris Carey
Smith, chairman of Finer 'Womanhood \, Large closets, gas heaters, built-in oven and ranges

Week activities will Lots 75 ft. x 100 ft.
be the hostess for. this occasion.
Sunday, Feb 12 was a solemn 2 blocks from schools, shopping, churches
The climax of all activities is yet happy occasion at the homeof
scheduled March 5. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garb, 3628
for The pub"lla
meeting will bo held at the Thomas Ave., Coconut Grove, Down $195 $350
James E. Scott Homes Auditorium when they entertained friendsin Payments from *
honor of the christening of
A panel featuring representatives
from Delta Sigma their great grandson, Michael ..
Theta, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sigma ,
Gamma Rho and Zeta Phi Michael is the grandson of "*
the (Pay only $5.00 per week on down payment)
Beta Sororities discussing Mrs, Lucille Garie Chavia,
Zeta theme, with topical emphasis teacher of physical education at
on women in economic, political Booker T. Washington High DIRECTIONS
and civic life will highlightthe School and the son of Mr and
program. Serving as moderator Mrs. Gaines Johnson, and god
of the program will be Soror son of Mr. and Mrs. William J, I U.S.1Drive 1 south, U.S. 1 1- Drive south to
Ruby Duren, Instructor at the
Northwestern Center of the Dade Stirrup. Open Saturday turn left at Old Cutler Allapattab Road, left on

County Junior College. Follow- iMrs. Mattle Ruth Johnson, Road then to Old !
turn right Allapattah Cutler
ing the panel, Zetaa will reveal nee Garie Bethune, is a graduate And Sunday ,
their Woman of the Year and of Booker T. Washington at S.W. 118th Avenue Road, then turn right
give special recognition to Zetas High, class of 1962 and is also
of the Yt'ar.Marguerite. a graduate in nursing from TUB- For Inspection and follow the signs and follow the signs.
V. Miller is basl- kegee Institute. Mrs. Johnson is
leus of the local chapter which at present residing in BlrmlngIngiham -
has two regional officers In Its Ala. with her son and /
membership: Sorors Marian II. husband and is presently employed xsc '
Shannon, associate director of at the Veteran' Hospital -
the Southeastern Region (State in that city. o is91DS It

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minute a boy may plan to be a --- "

policeman; the next minute he Beautiful Home on
may decide to be a circus performer -
We teen-agers live in a Your Lot
world of daydream. Daydreamsare
the salve that heals; their
wounds. This may account for 7b
teens fondness for movies, comic
books, and other make-believe
material. It also accounts for
teens forgetfulness k

The needs of teen-agers are ..
many, pressing and very evident. Service
t qulldlno
,\ 1. The Need For Response.. Complete

Nothing is more disastrous'' for, PLANNING
a teenager than to feel unwant
ed. Teens need warm acceptance, e BUILDING
friendship, and fellowship. This e FINANCINGYour
need for response is not confined New Home
to childhood and youth. Ineveryone's
life there must be
someone who "cares." Much of No Down

the frustration that sends adultsto
psychiatrists can be traced to PaymentOver
psychology of the 1920s( which
treated the human being as if Twenty Yean of r

he were a machine that responded Construction Experience
I automatically to formulas. Infants *
Guaranteed Satisfaction
Perrine Company will it was thought, should be

20 commence one-bedroom construction apartment soon units of THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I treated fondled objectively or rocked, to.and sleep not; #be.oJ l PQt1J L, (5Vmv

and seven an adjacent stores. shopping centerof PAGE 10 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1961 2. The ,Need For Belonging; (!)@

This property Is located on I I Unless a teen-ager feels that he
Old Cutler Road, two blocks east I'can experience success in his PL. 1-3604
of Dixie Highway and fronts directly struggle for acceptance in his 888 N.E. 79th St.
across from the new Ar II social group, he will be overwhelmed Miami'
thur Mays Elementary School. by a feeling of per-
The project will answer the demand sonal Inadequacy that often expresses -
for some 300 school teach y .5 TeensConference Itself in antisocial beha
era in the area for modern By PAUL II. WYCIIE JR. vior. The ,ache for acceptancecan
apartment facilities and shopping be worse than a toothache: MIAMI TIMES ADS

convenience.(Architectural work was- done : We'll continue next week, un- DON'T COST THEY PAY
til then so long.
by Gerard Pitt, and Steffan and ,
Safir were the engineers. The I
Perrine Co. does its own con
trading. George Estaver, of the I __ ____nn_ II 1
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Keyes Company, Homestead Of
fice has rented five of the seven HI teentlmers, I'm new around the family car, but too, young
stores to local tenants. this corner. These articles will to take it out on a date. He is
Perrine Company was foundedin be for you and concerning you old enough to earn money, but
1958 by Frank C. Vernis Jr., alone. Remember, this is your too young to decide how to
and Milton J. Wallace; and specializes column, teens. In the coming i spend it.Adolescence. _
in the development of columns, I will attempt to ex
commercial real estate. plain to the adults Just what a I ip the age of hyphenated
teen-ager Is. antonmy; teenagersare eta r k,
quite brash, carefree.morbid
For adults who are impatient
ZETAS REGIONAL with any ,behavior but their own, and hold-shy. It Is a period of
emotional peaks and valleys. A
DIRECTOR AT children present of problems at high,school boy can be too tired
every growing up.
to hang up his coat, but let '
A '
baby plays with his foot as
FT. LAUDERDALEDelta someone appear ,with a bat and
though it
were mud. Then when
he's ,big enough to play outside, ball .and he is eager to pViy. A
high school: girl be (1
Eta Zeta of can in the
he eats mud
as though it
midst of D R V GHAROLD
gales of laughter and
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., food. He puts everything in his
will celebrate its 41st obser mouth except food. Food he three abundant minutes later be shedding
of "Finer Womanhood t
vance throws on the floor.
Week," Feb. 1926. The culminating aspirations, we teen-agers
As soon as he learns to walk,
are as variable aa the
activity will be a public a child gets helpful around the Manager
program given at First Baptist house. He may empty the ash -
Church, 1106 NW 4th St., Fort trays down the laundry -------
Lauderdale, Sunday, Feb. 26 at
feed the bird the
chute; or to
3:30 o'clock in the afternoon. cat.When For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

In keeping with the general Junior is eight, you pa-
theme: "New Frontiers For Wo rents begin to wonder whetheryou
men in The Sixties," the groupis are raising a child or a
presenting one of its out- beast. He gobbles, his food, re BONDED vF r ?'
standing women, Mrs Ella W. fuses to take a bath or go to
Fisher, director of the South bed. Little Jane at eight puts ona
eastern Region Mrs. Fisher will 'pair of mother's high heels,
bring to the platform a wealth throws an old curtain over her
of experiences as a scholar, a head, and clops around the COLLECTION LL'J'i.Inca !
writer, a lecturer, and an ad neighborhood as a bride.
ministrator. At present> she is Two years go by and you dis
assistant professor of health and .
cover that a ten year old iboy can
physical education at Savannah wear out a pair of pants Just
State College, Savannah, Ga. sitting down. The only things a''I

.Another feature of the pro boy can 'wear out taster than' AGENCY
gram will be the presentation of pants are his parents. Parents
"The Woman of the Year." Immediately also discover that Jane has borrowed I ,

following the programa their lemons, sugar, and n 5
Soiree will be given at the best glassware, and is out on
home of Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal the corner selling lemonade.Dut The largest collection and rental
Davis, 1713 NW 6th street. The around 12 or 13, radical
public is urged to attend. Special changes take place. Jane begins in the South
recognition will be made to to powder and Junior begins to agency ; operating in
civic and fraternal groups at puff. Junior stands at the mir-
tending in groups. ror swelling up his chest until Dade and Broward Counties'

Mrs. Grace E. Floyd is chair he looks like a fullback, and
lady of the Finer WomanhoodWeek Jane quits making faces at boys Negro Housing areas
Celebration programs. and starts making eyes at them
Mrs. Hattie E. Shavers, is presi- instead. L. L. BROOKS President
dent of the chapter.Attention .

All Vets ander handy Graham device called Dell invented the tele a 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND-

The American Legion, William phone. She can talk for an hourto BROWARD COUNTIES
Henry Bethel Post No. 281 a boy who walked her home
is urging all veterans to join us from ,school just ten minutes
In Richmond Heights and let's previously. ,
make this a strong community.We Suddenly, Jane and Junior are
are still working and havingour I going to football and basketball
Saturday night affairs either games dances and proms, and ,
In the Center or at the home of are taking part in plays and
a Legionnaire. Also we are ask musical productions. They have AE CY INC ,
people in ,. 'i;
Ing each and everyone to come become important ; .
out to our tournament which their own right, Too many adults < '
will be each Friday night at 8:00 act as though the words Juvenile .' :,

at, the home of Joseph Steward, and delinquent were synony 12 CONVENIENT '"f ."
post commander, 14660 Fllmore mous. They don't understand LOCATIONS "fo0'. '
St. adolescent behavior. If a groupof
teenagers stand together at MAIN OFFICE
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treated child.
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enough to know better" when

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young to have good sense" whenhe FR 38416I
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103 SO S.W. 176th St. Prince 0. Mobley pastor \.

Ptrrlne Florida a.... a McKinney, reporter _
Rev. Ernest Hutcheson Jr., pastor 0sb6 l of Wisdom . 10:00Y.
The pastor will be away San- P. E. Band .11,1. 8:30

i4IJteto day representing the church at Evening worship . . 1:00
the District Convention of the
Atlantic Coast Baptist Association Each Monday night ia known
C&a which begins Thursday as "Youth Night" at the church.

Feb' 23. He will submit a ''his- The youth are In charge of the
tory of the Association the entire program which Is under
opening day; and Sunday morn- the leadership of Far. E. C.
Ing will alternate for the Moderator Williams. There are singing,
Rev. L. A. Thompson preaching, teaching and testimony .
-- who will deliver the message. ,by the young adults and i
Eliza teenagers. Rev. J. W. Smith and
Friday morning Sis. B. R. Cooper have delivered
TEMPLE BAPTIST ANNUAL BAHA'I ASSEMBLYDr. beth Gray of the church will be the messages so far.
the Wo
the guest speaker for
iy. L. A. Thompson, pastor WOMAN'S DAY TO Max Karl executive director men's Department. This Saturday the Perlle Gate I
School 9:30lug Gospel Singers are rendering a
lay of the* National Conferenceof The District Convention will
BE OBSERVED Christians and Jews, will be held at New Mt. Zion Baptist program at the church The ad
: worship 11:00 6:30 speak on "Living Together In a Church in Homestead, Rev. mission Is free

Crowded World at the Adult H W. Moss, pastor. Don't forget to tune In to
Ing worship 7:00 : Forum the First Unitarian Eternal Life"
; : of "The Words of
lie appreciation program 1 ," Church, 46 SW 29th Road, on THE INCARNATIONSchedule each Sunday at 8:45 until 9:00on
\1. Sunday, Feb. 26, 10 a.m. radio station WMBM.
sored by the women In hon 1: < T"
for Lent:
of the pastor on Sunday
< 1 "Emerson: The Sage of Con SUNDAY-
I. 12, was a delightful affair. ,, cord" will .be the sermon topicof Chutth School . . 9:30: 'NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
Jgratulatlona to the chair. I i'd" ,1, ", ( the Rev. Robert W. Sonen at Solemn Sung Mass and 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace

and co-chairman, Mrs 't the 11 a.m. service. Sermon . . 10:45 Rev. Ernest Williams, palter
rgaret Mannings and Mrs.a ., 1 Junior EYC meeting . 5:00 Deacon Fred Williams; reporter

Taylor and their coworkFhe -::-., '''': Matthew Temple AMEZ Senior EYC meeting . 6:00: Sunday School . . 9:80
: : / Solemn Evensong and Morning worship . 11:00

express minister their and deep family apprecia-wish ,,: / .: '':' ., t)I.f! (i f Rev. Daniel Pridgen, pastor Sermon . . . 7:00: Evening Service . 7:00
1628 N. W. 5th' Ave.
i to all the memlbers for their \ .)< there is
< Mrs. Ruth R. Lucas, reporter St. Vincent's Acolytesrehearsal Every Tuesday night
istderatlon, the St. Matthew's :. . 6:00 p.m. prayer meeting at the church
1;! Sunday School . . 9:46
Iptlst Choir, the Rev. E. A. .i ."..\'.'. .''.' Morning Worship . 11:00 St. Cecelia's Choir Guild and all members are asked to
liner and St. Mary's C. W. M. .. ;
j.'. Evening Worship . . 7:30: Rehearsal . 8:30: attend.
urch, Rev. J, A. Poltier and .. WEDNESDAYLOW -
bmbers of the Life and Light Feb. 12, 3 p.m. George H Mass . . . 6:30: The Atlantic Coast Baptist Association -
lirltual Science Church for colerating .". ). Donman organized a committeeof Choral Litany, Hymnologyand meeting will conveneat
; Mrs. I. G. Pratt whos Matthew Temple members to Confirmation the New Mt. Zion Baptist

principal speaker for the I' sponsor singing groups, under Instruction . 8:00: Church in Florida City. Rev. E.
Icasion; Mrs. Bloneva Monroe 'I Williams and his choir will rent
i' hU supervision/ To help us !in FRIDAY-
[ho was mistress of ceremonies .."' rI'' "" the work of our church Mr. LOW Mass . . 6:30 a.m. der music on the closing day.

le refreshment committee and .!If......,. Donman was elected dhairman. Stations of the Cross . 8:00:
|l the participants.The Mrs. Theola Jackson, secretary; Special services and meetings NEW PROVIDENCE M. B.Itey. .

Mrs. Sylvia Rolle, treasurer; Confirmation for children, Sundays
following officers were
kected Thursday evening for Fred Jackson, assistant chair 4:46 p.m. The Executive
Evening SpeakerThe 61s. Claudia Wilson reporter t
loir No.2: Mrs. Matilda Hall, I man; Mrs Iris M. Terrell, publicity Council meeting at the Vicarage ../. oo ....................... 9:39 ;
(resident; Mrs. Lillian Williams, New Mt. Zion Baptist chairman: Sis. Ruth R 1736 NW 56th st., Monday, Feb YPB Band .:ao V i

Ice; Mrs. Rose Llghlbournp Church, 500 W. 23rd St., Hla Lucas, reporter; Bro Leviticus 27 at 8 p.m. Morning Service .................... 11:00: "f '
easurer; Mrs. Esther Campbell lean, will observe its annual Rolle, Eddie V. Terrell and Events: The Ushers Guild is veiling Services .................... 7:30:

ecretary. Women's Day Sunday, Feb. 26 Alexander Lucas Jr., are to assist having an old Fashion Fish Fry BTU ................_................... 5:30
'King Solomon's Brides" a Morning speaker will be Mrs the committee in the work. every Saturday at Mrs. Beatrice DTU . . . .1:10
lay sponsored/ Mrs. Rhona Elizabeth Espy Johnson, principal The committee works with the Robinson's home, 1861 NW
lutchlnson on Monday evening: of Phyllis Wheat:ey Elementary I Steward Board. Bro. L. Rolle, 63rd at., 8 p.m. Baptism services will be held
\as ,quite fan Interesting and School and Mrs. Carrie chairman.Feb. Don't forget: Solemn Evensong Sunday morning, Feb. 26, 7:30.
successful faffalr. Participants B. Miller, first vice president ol with a program of Sacred We will be looking for you. The
24 tlhe first '
ere Mrs. Matilda Hall Misses the District Sunday School and wa* pro music on Sunday. Hope to see annual obaervance of National

:lsle Douglas, Louise Lord, Susie Baptist Training Congress, will gram.Humming Presenting Birds the of Sensational Miami.- you then, 7 p.m. at the church. Brotherhood Week sponsored by

Smith, (Corsetta Bain, Lea be the speaker for the evening lifted the New Providence Missionary
They us on high, with a
Church will be held at
ora Campbell, L. Rahming, C. Program. of Baptist
Spiritual Feast of selections
Rev. W. M. Mason Is
Butler and Rev. I. Hepburnwas supporting the Northwestern Senior High
"King Solomon." Mrs. AuIgusta the chairman, Mrs ChelUe The Lord was with them and us. Sacred Music School 8 p.m. F.b. 37.
of Estes and Mrs. Ethel Primus, The program was a success thru
Newbold wa& mistress cochairman in making this the efforts of the committee and Rev. Edward T. Graham will
[ceremony for the Inspiring program a success members. We wish to thank all The Second Solemn Evensong be the principal speaker All of
( which preceded the play. who were present. with a (program of Sacred music our visitors and friends are welcome

Congratulations Mrs. Hut- of the 2nd series will be held to come and help us put
I chanson and coworkers for a Liberty City LutheranN. on Feb. 26 at the Church of the this program over. :Also you are <.
Job well done. Incarnation, welcome to visit with us at all
The choir will sing at the W. 58tfh St. and 15th Ave. 7 p.m. The program of Sacred times.
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. of
music will be a variation se
Sunday morning session of At Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor "Hatred That is Welcome" The following people
lantlc Coast Association at New Sunday School .:10 will be the sermon topic at the will participate: Baldwin Hep MT. HERMON A. M. E. #

Mt. Zion Baptist Church leave, Morning Service 11:00 Liberty City Lutheran Church burn, Mrs. Lenora Smith, Dr. II. Rev. 8. L. Gay, pastor
/bus 'will
Homestead. The Evening Service . . 7:00 this Sunday The Rev. James Melton White, Wilfred McKen' Sunday School ':SO
the church at 9 a.m.CHRISTIAN Wed. Night Study . 8:15 Bouman will be the preacher.The zle, Fredrick Morley and Mr. Morning Wsrshlp 11:00
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. service is. held at 3 p.m. in. Mrs. Thomas. Accompanist, Mrs. Evening Worship .1,11,1 7:00
SCIENCE the breezeway area of the Carver Berthenla White. Publicity Committee
'We are celebrating our YMCA, NW 68th st. at 15th This program has some of the
Christian Science Society, NW church's annual Men's Day this ave Also In this service a best talented persons in! Miami Well we just can't help but
Miami, holds Its services every Sunday, Feb. 26. The morning large group of children will be You are invited to hear them look back over the past sometime -
Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T. speaker will be Earl Kelt, chair baptized. and say "Wbat a time we

Washington School. Testimonial man of the Stewardship and Sunday School and Bible METROPOLITAN AME! had" At u* tell you that last
meetings are held once a month, Promotion program of the Class are held at 2 p.m. The Sunday was an excellent: day at
the last Wednesday in each Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., Rev. Walter Plnnt is In charge Rev. J. J. Williams, pastor our church. The services were
month at 8 p.m. indf In Florida. Mr. Ke-lz has showna of the School. Sunday School....................... 93:6 filled with the spirit from the
great Interest in us at Grace, Sunday Morning worship .................... 110: beginning to the end.
MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. and we are happy to have him After three weeks of services, Evening!: worship ..............._. 7:00:
visiting with us once again. the churdh is showing steady We all want to thank Mrs
S, A. Thomas, pastor growth in attendance. Mrs. J. T. Metropolitan held Us first Bessie Irving and the usher
Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter For the evening service, we Houston Is our new pianist. All quarterly conference Friday board No. 2 for a wonderfultime
Sunday School . . 9:30 are honored to have the Rev. J. people of the community, especially I night, Feb. 17. Presiding Elder at 3 o'clock when they cele..
Morning worship . 11:00 C. Thompson, an affiliate mem those who have no church I Rev. F. A. Alien, Rev J. J, brated their 2nd anniversary

BTU . . . . 5:00: ber of our church. Rev. Thompson home, are always welcome at Williams, pastor. All board. were Next Sunday Feb. 26 the
Evening worship . 7:00 has been a source of inspiration any service or Sunday Sdhool required to report. Stewardess Board No 2 will
and service, and will class. For further Information, I Our doors are always open to hold its annual tea at the homeof
Through a friendly conversation bring an Informative and Inspiring you may call Rev. Bouman at ; whosoever will come and en.. Mr. and Mrs. David Sawyer
at work, Mrs Baker, Sun- message. WI 71913. joy the word of God. Mrs. Hunter, the president, has
day School superintendent of St. I promised that this Is to be a
Paul AME Church and Mrs. Supporting these two outstanding grand affair. Also Sunday night

Thomas superintendent at Mt. speakers, the men of the Southland Singers will be
3inai, decided to have a fundraising our church, with Harold Iliggsa with us at 8:30 tor a song test
contest to boost their chairman of the program for
Sunday School treasuries. This, the day, will be participating In IF I Your TV Set Remember the tick and shut-
contest will Include a series of various portions of the morningand ins.
musical 'programs at each evening services.
church. A collection will be taken
and visitors will
at each( program. A final JIVIN' AroundWe
program will be held Monday, find a JiearMelt experience of Is 340 N.W. 1tth Aye.
March 27 and during this time worship and fellowship at Grace Rev C. W. Scott, pastor
all monies will be totaled to see Presbyterian Church. Des. Earl Golden, clerk

which superintendent has raised Know All/ Me Music Sunday School .._.._........_.. 84C
more money for her school. Horning Worship ........._.. 11:01evening <<

These fund will certainly' FIRST UNITARIAN will ...N?........_._...._......_... 8:00:
help to broaden their Church Worship M.__ 7:00
Allan Perlman, Miami Beach Tuesday ._ 8:00
Pauper meeting
School thus
program pro Baha't, will speak at the Baha'l CALL PL 4-2546
more activities for the boys 8
llth ,
Center, 137 NW ave.
and girls. A church always MORNING STAR BAPTIST
Sunday, Feb. 26. His subject
grow In proportion to the sup- p. of the Love OPEN TILL 0:15 MON. TIIIIU SAT.
port which It receives from Its will be "The Science 514 NW 23rd Street
membership. The main Idea is of God." Everyone Is cordially o R Rev I. Clayton, pastor

not to 'grow In number. of mem invited to attend. Phone Miss Bring It INEXPERT Slsttr Sadie toils, reporter
Solomon secretary, FR Sunday School __.___ ":0
bership however; but to nurture
and revive those that are there. for further Information. I Horning service ..-NNNN 11:30
Let all to church
give our us lives, go and talents to the THE HOUSE OF GODSAINTS Evening service .._.M.__.. 730

glory of God's Kingdom and IN CnniST
magnify His name.TRINITY Sales .Corp.
St. Liberty
Mother E. L. Orange, pastor ,
WEALEYANRev. .Bar. B. IfcNesl Harris pastor. "
W. Covlngton, reporter lira. Sadie 7, Dean, reporter
Georg B. Jots son, pastor Sunday School . . lf00| 915 N.W. 62nd Street Sunday School 9:10
Mrs. Phyllis Andrews: reporter Service . .JJT. 11:90 .
>Jhmdsy School ..........-_ tOO Morning w. U. . . &:sp. forcing worship 7:00
P. w. worship
__. 11:00 "
Homing Worship 7:30 -
Evening Service . . ..
Young hop}'", Martin J:*O

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family of the late,
PAGE 12 SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1961 In sad but loving memory of sad but loving memory of MRS. KATHRINA LANG

my dear daughter and husband, our dear. mother and grand. wishes to express their thanks
SYBIL LOUISE JOHNSONand mother, to the pastor of Bethel AME
Church, and the Richardson
WARDSMEMOR'A6.J.' 'JAMES JOHNSON Mortuary for the fine service

who departed this life February AM.K. rendered. Thanks, also to the

..... 24, 1942, and February. ., 27, many friends .and..neighbors who
1957. i? sent cards, letters, flowers and
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM'' telegrams. Again ''thanks to
Their charming ways and 'i 4, YY everyone for everything... May
family of the late, In memory of the late, smiling 'faces are a pleasure to M Y God bless you
GEORGE HUMES SR. MRS. HENRIETTA McMINS recall. Their memories are still 4t The Lang. Family
who departed this life February who departed this life February with us and we miss them more

7, fail to find words adequate to 22, 1960. and more. May light they rest In CARD OF THANKSThe
express our thanks for the kind- God sees when footsteps all fal eace'and may perpetual.
Shine upon them.! family of the late,
ness and thoughtfulness rendered terWhen '.
during our hour of bereave the pathway has grown, ,:, .r' Esther E. ,Johnson mother, and wife

ment. A special thanks to Range steep, .,' E.
Pauline Woods
Funeral Home, Rev. and Mrs. A. Then He touches the weary eye. *
,7 sister and daughter
L. Shipp, the members of New lids 'i '
'. Ella Jean Smith
Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist And gives His dear ones rest. niece and granddaughter
Church, Rev. M. J. Fayson and The Family: 1 I
members of St. Paul AMfi< Mrs. Jane Rahming and

Church, Carver Chapter No. 103 Family t
OES and to our many friends '' .

and neighbors.May .
God pour His richest IN MEMORIAM sad but loving memory, of L Ssx
our dear wife'* and mother '
blessings upon each of you. 'i\
Humes Family In memory of, .
JOHN HENRY BROWN .,. ........ __ T_ ."_ ...... -"" a.--...-.Y,"+:ry-

who was called from labor to re .I 1 Jtr:: ,. MRS. OPHELIA HYLOR ,

ward, February 28, 1960. }.:.>; who departed this life on Feb-
CARD OF THANKSTe Rest .on and take thy rest ruary 27, 1957.

We loved thee, but God loved *. i<. It'" always hard to understand

family of the late, thee best. tt; Why loved ones must depart,
MRS. MONA TRIPHEMIA Foster sisters and brothers 41t For every day ahead seems gray

FERGUSONwho ,Mable I. Daniels When sorrow fills the heart, '
passed away February 7, Cleomie B.cornfield And yet there's comfort in the I ,
wish to thank their many Shaddie Ward thought
friends and neighbors for kind- t _
+ That just a step away, S '
ness shown them during their I The one we loved and Cherished _

recent hour of bereavement. I IN MEMORIAMIn ,', So has found a better way _
Thanks for cards: telegrams, Eternal life, eternal joy
letters, floral pieces and other sad ii' and rest.
but loving memory of s'; Eternal peace DEACON JONATHAN CLARK
expressions of sympathy, which our dear one, S SSlfrJ How consoling it is to think wish to express their sincere
helped to lighten our heavy URIAL BURROWS x That a loving God knows best. thanks to friends and neighborsfor

burden. May God bless each of who passed away February 22, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. FrancisSr. the consoling messages by

you. 1 1960. ., and Family cards, telegrams and use of time
Mrs.; Emily Flowers, "Like a ship that's left its ;: Wljford) Hylor and Family and services and flowers. Special

.. daughter mooringAnd thanks to Bishop Peter Davis,
Mrs. Virginia Ferguson sails bravely out to sea, Bishop Archie Melvin, organiza
daughter So someone dear has sailed tions of the Church, Sunday
Charles Ferguson, son awayIn IN MEMORIAMIn School, Rev. Moss and choir of
Six grand children and a calm serenity, r: his church and Bain's Funeral

host of other relativesand But there's promise of greater .- -..-.--.......--- .-- memory of our dear home for its untiring services.He .
Friends joy father, grand and great grand is gone, but not forgotten!
Than earth could have in store MRS. BLANCHE LAURIE father who departed this world and may God shine his brightest
I For God has planned a richer who died February 24, 1960. into eternity' February '21, 1956. }light upon each and everyone of
CARD OF THANKS life, May she rest in peace. Five years ago have passed you.The
Beyond the unseen shore." Clark Family
since you left us. Sweet memories
Samuel Laurie Sr. husband
The family of the late, The Family still linger in the hearts of Mrs. Litbie M. Clark, wife
Mrs. Vernelle Smith
those who close to .
were so us.There's
Mrs. Victoria Russell
wish to thank the many friends Dght.
a vacant place In hearts
who helped to make its burden I IN MEMORIAMIn Alphonso Laurie, son which can never be filled.
easier to bear by sending cards, And grand children. Sadly missed by your loved sad but loving memory of

telegrams, flowers and giving sad but loving memory of ones. ,, our dear son and brother,

consoling words and service on our dear mother, --;v- 'Y' ., .' .,,,.,""" ""'.'';'
the lost of its loved one, who MRS.. HANNAH BEATRICE IN MEMORIAMIn Only a look at Jesus
passed on February 7, 1961 in GIBSON Oh, eo bowed with care.
,Miami He baa promised to defend thee
who departed this life
on February sad but
loving of
Mrs. E. J. Bryant, wife 21, 1950. memory He will all your burdens share ''Sn.t' .:
our dear husband, father, brother
Mrs. Sadie Henderson, Blessed are they that mourn and son, Only a look, only a look
niece Turn ye away from sin
for they shall be comforted.
JAMES (Muddy) JONES A look will bring salvation
\ Daughters:'' who departed this life Feb. 22,
Eternal life to win.
CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Marie Smith 1960. y

Mrs Louise Davis Clark Russell
The family of the late, Mrs. Areta King Servant of God well done. Milton Russell, Y} YiV

MILLER (Jakie) COLLINSwho Mrs. Frances Porter Rest from your work employ Edward B. Russell, son
died on February 12, 1961, Jacquelyn and The battle fought, victory won, Elva Roberts
in Chicago, Ill. and was laid to Theresa, grand daughters Enter thy master's joy. Marie Green,
rest on February 18 in Miami, The Family Mlspah Dates.

takes this method of expressing Annie Jones,

thanks and appreciation to the IN MEMORIAMIn Grace Toles, daughtersEd
many friends who were so kind IN MEMORIAMIn Green
during its hours of bereavement. Joe Jones
sons-in-law i
Thanks for your cards, letters, sad but loving memory of sad but loving memory, of Edna Sands, sisters ,
telegrams, flowers, cars and all our dear one, our darling mother and grandmother Cleveland Russell, brother N

other kind gestures of sympathy. p''r >. Bertha Russell
Again thanks to everyone for daughter-in.law

everything. Your kindnesses will Key West, Fla
never be forgotten.Mrs. r I
Flaurience Collins wife :,4
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Mrs. Louise Collins, mother IN MEMORIAMIn


a sad but loving memory of Nature works in mysterious ways

IN MEMORIAMIn our dear wife and mother, .For the roses must die to
awaken again.
,,' I L. u .Mrs. Mary Clark, mother
sad but loving of
memory Mrs. Mildred Dames, sister
our dear !husband and father,

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!t memory of
.: my husband,

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who died February 26, 1960. :\ I' ... :,;:,....: : ... .
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May she rest in MRS. ORACIE EDDEN .r....". : ; .". ....". '. ,
"We give thee but peace.thine own, KNOWLESwho tj. "" '. .'....e.....,"::..'"! .'.\>.. t
: departed this life February '1', .::1'_; :: is t t
'. 1 What'er the gift may be, 'f l
t f All that we have is thine alone, p25, 1951.There ,. I
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A trust, 0 Lord from Thee. ,
'. :\ is a life beyond this life, ... r
Henry "Fox" Smith, husband A life from care set free 1

. \, Justina McGee, daughter A life beyond all earthly. strife MRS. ETHEL, FAIN
:' : Livingston Charlow Out in eternity. I k'
Sr.father who died February 23, 1960. ,
__u___..__ _..___ A life that's full of joy and Gone but not forgotten.
Hubert Charlow, brother
peace Will Fain
rDANIEL JAMES LAWRENCE Harold Charlow: brother Where storms .,
can never come, Wilbur Wilson, son
r\\ who died February 23, 1960. Clifford Dorsey brother Where earthly sorrow all .*iall Edna Davis daughter : ," ,- ..

';" Boon this life will be all over Femlsha Knowles, sister cease ,Myrtle Gibson, daughter _'-...... _,u < 1 And our pilgrimage will end, Vera Hlggs, sister In God's eternal home. Ursula Harris daughter CHARLIE NEAL
}: *i f i Soon we'll take our heavenly Leola Wade sister who departed this life February
f. eft journey Henry L. McGee, grandson Sadly missed by: 25, 1959.

.:.: Be. at home with friends again. Rodrick McGee, grandson -Bertha K. Lewis daughterIda Gone, but not forgotten. May,
I ; 0'.' )Ir... Lillian Robinson aunt K. Sidney daughter
l t Helen Lawrence, wife he rest in peace.
\ And children Mrs. Edith Sawyer, aunt Gracie Ann, grind daughter Join The NAACP Birdie Neal, wifeTHE

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too: it yourself Heatless Hair THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ,.: :1I
5tr.ight! ner cost 6e. Body deodorant *
cost 3c. Both formulas I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1961 A 13 I

$1.00 P.O. Box 1, 8S53. .. .E. .

I Mrs.:' Caroline Pratt of 1600
The family of the late ,sad but loving 'memory of NW 4th ave., died Feb. 18. Services -
our dear brother, will be held Feb. 25, 2:30
IKE CARNEGIE p.m. In Trinity Wesleyan Church.
: who departed this life February The body will be on view in the I
i 26, 1954, chapel ''Friday afternoon. Surviving .
He's gone /but not forgotten.Me I are a daughter, Mrs.
he rest in peace. Myrle Pratt, three brothers,
INF The Carnegie Family three sisters and 13 grandchild
ANT CARE. Three months FURNISHED ROOM for nice ren.
(,ID. Clean surroundings.. Call couple or', single man 'or ''Woman. LEGAL NOTICE
>L 41604. 2137 NW 59th St. or single per- Mrs. Mary Mingo Nottage of
eon at 566 NW 22nd St.. NE Notice under fictitious name law 1147-D NW 6th ave., died Feb;
6-1920. Notice is hereby given that the 18. Services will be held Feb. I
WANTED IS undersigned, desiring to engageIn 25, 12:30: in the chapel. Toe I
NICE AIRY: Room in private business under the fictitious body will be on view in the I
I home, nice neighborhood, middle name of Community Ambulance chapel Friday afternoon Sur \
.MANAGER; wanted for :, to17' age gentleman with 'good. moral { Service, 6701 NW 15th AVe, Mi vivors are her husband, two
rooming house. Can be man, preferred, PL 88503. ami, F a., intends to register the sons, a sister and a grandchild..
I woman, .or couple. NW 15th: St. ai iy said name with the Clerk of Circuit .
land 5th Ave. Reference and se EFFICIENCY APT. furnishedwith Court of Dade County, Fla. Be the first in your communityto
curity required. JE 1.3184 or modern conveniences. Near William Earl Manker sell the fabulous Lena Home
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neighborhood. $25 per week to thank their many friends 1776 N.W. 20th St.
| FR 4-9130. Option to buy. Very small down and neighbors for their thoughtfulness -
payment maybe nothing. In- during their recent loss' PRIVATE READINGSFor Sale
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flowers donations of ,!Cars and
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May God bess: each and NE
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Utilities furnished 1235 NW 4-8398. ,or- OX 1-5851. Inch", thanks to Rev.. W. F. Tanner for ONLY $2,000 DOWN .
68th terrace. PL 4-6965 after G. his consoling message and to
See this
FURNISHED ROO t'an'd' cot. the choir also Bain's Funeral custom luxury i
BEAUTIFUL bedroom Duplex, tage for quiet men or couple. Home for its untiring services. DON'T COST THEY PAY home fit for a king '
unfurnished.; Stove and ref rig Refrigerator and kitchen prlvl- The, Andrews Family MIAMI TIMES ADS The pride of Orchid Villa '"
erator. 1898 NW 63rd St .eges.' PL '7.4698, Mrs. Mlttle Andrews, wife
Visit us and look at our

FURNISHED weekly rooms. FOR SALE 0--.........................................I'........................N............,"...... other new homes close by
$8.50 single; $10 double. Mae'sGUE'st Open Sun. 2 to 6 p.m.

Ave., Opa House Locka., 2170 Washington Mil SUNDRY: and'Sandwich Shop In Please Help Build The I I HARMAR, Inc. MO 5-3592
good downtown location, 1842

1980 NW 65th St., NE 39908.
HOUSE. Good income property.. $500 DOWNSEE

EFFICIENCY for rent. Fur I tiful 4 bedrooms Florida all furnished, beau landscaping donating only $1.00 to the THIS SPLIT LEVEL
room. Lovely
nished. StovH and refrigerator.Free I
water, gas, electricity. PL I and trees, and a separate BROWNSVILLE IMPROVEMENT BEAUTY
40326. I apartment. Call MU 11762. RICHMOND HEIGHTS
I ASSOCIATION Corner of Coral Reef Drive
LARGE ROOM in private home
Do it yourself And Fillmore Street
for business lady or man. Other 4825 N.W. 27th Avenue
Brewery Man Formula $1.00 Sun. 2 to 6
rooms $7.50 and'up.. Call NE Open p.m. ..
48244. P. O. Box Miami 1, 3553 Your .children {desperately need your support Low, low, monthly payment

modern, 2260 NW 61st St. MU
Open House planned for all '
Party D. Taylor CE 5-4246
15740. Owner on premises Sat. Notice under fictitious name law
.on.y Notice is hereby given that the _'...N..q..N...IL .....N.NNN.N.N..NNN..YVN.NNN.FORMAL ,
undersigned, desiring to engagein ,,4t, ._ '
4.room house $15 week, light business under the fictitious r iillll a n
and water furnished. Phone name of Manker Funeral Home, ,
MU 5740, 2264 NW 64th St. 6701 NW 15th Are, Miami, Fie, OPENING .
intends to register the said name
HOUSES. Two bedrooms CBS with the Clerk of Circuit Courtof
home, electric kitchen. Near Dade County, Fla. The Ebony Motel's M 0
Orandway, reasonable. 1278 NW William E. Manker, Owner
5th St.: I I I Fb 3, 10, 17, 24

J .
THIS WEEK ENDH"The I _.__.......... --------
:, Florida's Newest and Most Fabulous
1884 N.W. 53rd St.

Big Show At Club Fiesta, Saturday March 4th $850 Down $74 Mo.

(Located at the Mary Elizabeth 'Hotel) OPEN SUNDAY

PRESENTS 9 p.m. til 5 a.m. 919 N.W. 47th St.

Floor Show Dance Music Door Prizes .- ,. ,

Kelsan'sPlaymates I 1101 Old 'Dixie Highway TABLES FREE Riviera BeAch $595 Down $71 Mo.

Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS
1 mile north of W. P. Beach city limits
with extra large Floridaroom

of 61 ; .. zsts&is&ssssgsiz&Ksseassassta&ssnaptossQREVEREND screened porch awn

I .inert, tile roof, completely
: ..: -:.. -:.. i:: I carpeted. FHA mortgage.


STARRING Spiritual Advisor 1324 N.W. 51"t St.

Rev Sister Marie ha God given power to heal by Very nice 2-bedroom CBS

BODY"ALSO prayer. Rev. Sister Marie reads and advises. awnings, large lot total

price only $9,000. Must be

THE SATAN DANCERS I IJ Are you suffering? Are you sick? seen to appreciate.. .
Do you need help? Do you have bad .A

: KELSAN AND SHOW luck? Bring your problems to Reverend OPEN SUNDAY

: DIRECT FROM LOS ANGELES Sister ,Marie today and be ridr 1935 N.W. 49th St
of them tomorrow. She advises on
"BARRY THE VOICE"Added l all the affair, of life. There. }J. noL $795 Down $71 Mo.

Attraction problem so great she can't salve, Beautiful custom built

Your Favorite Quartet for TeenagersA (how to hold your job when you ranch style 2-bedroom

SPECIAL SHOW DANCE AND HULLY GULLY 12 \ have failed and how to succeed and home. Garixre, paneled
CONTEST unite the separated.) Upon reaching walls, oak floors, kitchen
womanhood and realizing she has equipprft Only one mort \

Monday Nite, February 27. ., .1961 God given power to help humanity. gage. This won't last.

Must_ be. _properly, ... ___ attired; .. 704 N.W. 3rd Ave. CASH FOR YOUR LOT f

PRIZES wiLLB&GiVEtf. TO DINNERS. Reading: Daily.& Sunday Hour] 8. .a.m. to 10 p.m.' PL 7- 4S
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I It !i! a i a. !! see i << a II I Register {Now For

,t 'Key America's Adult CoursesThe

Southernmost CityBy administrative office! of
the Northwestern Adult Education

FRANCES B. PALMER -- Center announce that reg-
istration Is now In progress for
& .t ; T. .... .... __, D... ... conversalonal Span-
"' <;O::;<::;':'''= 'CS'S'I::' -<:;;<::; ''' J classes In

MISS LAURIE TO BE WED come out and help this' ,affair.Johnny ish. This subject will be taughtby
a native Instructor so that
. By DAVE BONDU Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso
T. husband of students will benefit toy perfect
..... Laurie, 4-A, 'Robert Gabriel Apia Mrs.. Sybil Walton, Is a patientIn accent on the' teacher's part as
wish to announce the engage well as ease and rapidly with
THE SEASON is realy here. ment and approaching marriage the Naval Hospital. technique. This class 'will get

Heavyweight Champion' Floyd I of their daughter, Leonore ay greetings to underway on Wednesday, March
Patterson is in town and sharp Marie, to Abraham Ronald Happy who 1. Registration fee will be $2.
niece Pamela Pinder,
enlng 'Ills axe so that come Stowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. my natal Sessions :will meet from 7 to 10 '
celebrated another
March 13 he can chop up Inge- Barros of Boston Walter Stowe, 'Wilson Grove, Pa. day p.m. each Monday and Wednesday
mar and he Just might do brough evening.
that little thing. Yep, you can gave Yours Truly quite a Miss Laurie, a graduate of Mrs. Bernice Gallagher andson
always tell when the season is shellacking last Monday on the Douglass High School, clans of left the city for Norfolk, Va. In addition to the foregoing,
'bore the faces change-fast. links, where we ran into Mary; '59, may well be remembered to visit ''her daughter and son- It Is also announced that there
I First on the scene was Jackie Wilkerson, long hitter Corina for her oratorical ability She in-law, Mr. and Mrs King Da are openings& in remedial math

Robinson (he still can't beat me Dixon and Dr. Alvin Holmes, a won the local, "I Speak For vid White. and reading classes designed especially

at Pinochle) next was Mary senior golfer Dr. Homles' grandson Democracy" contest In 1967. for people who are Jn
Minor from Cleveland, and she Is Hamilton Holmes, the first iMr. Stowe, a Nary man, IB a DEATH terested in entering study In
headstart Negro to crack the' Georgia graduate of 'Upper Moreland Raymond Proxy Walters, a practical nursing or other voca
popped in to get a
the golf course; from Detroit, a State University race barrier. High School, Willow Grove, Pa.and well known Key Wester died In tional areas such as radio and
and fine gentleman, has two years of credit to. Miami. Services were held here TV (electronics, automotive toechanlca -
ward a B. S. degree In'' Feb. 19 from St. Mary's Star of
Sullivan another fine engineer drafting, dry cleaning,
Kelly ;
NOTES: Edna Mae the Sea Catholic Church. He
QUICK ing from
Pennsylvania State U. and
golfer Believe me snow
Robinson, wife of Sugar Ray, The date of the wedding will be leaves to mourn three sisters,
up yonder, or more commonly stopped in to dig the new announced later. Mrs. Eleanor Johnson of Miami; Avail yourself of the opportunities
known as the "nawth" couldn't Hampton House. Edna sez from Misses Viola and Hygenla Wel- at hand to Improve your

stop Duke Jenkins and 'Ills wife, now on that' !is the place for her GOSPEL SINGERS IN ters, a brother' Samuel of Hoi earning capacity, and your un
from the land of sunshine
and Sugar when they are in Mi CONCERTThe lywood. The body was broughtto derstanding. The uninformed
and our golf course. Others in Key West the Range Funeral
ami.! 'person has neither economic security
are a few sharpies from Chicago St. .James Baptist Church, Home and the Key West nor social status in to-
such as: Cherrle Longshaw (she corner Olivia St. and Terry Undertaking Co. had charge off day's 'world.
not only turns the fellows heads SINGERS Sammy Moore and Lane, ,which Is now under con- arrangements.TV .
but hits the iball like a pro and Dave Prather will make a one struction will present a grouip of

plays a good game) ; Pershing night appearance at the King '0 gospel singers In concert Sunday,

Hotel Operator, Eddie Flagg and Heart come Saturday night, Feb. 26 at 8 ,p.m. at the Prim! NOT WORKING?
his side kick, Doe Ford. i then on to New York to cut a tive Baptist Church, Rev. A. B.

The boys called "the heavies"are few sides for the Atlantic Record MoCall, pastor. If you live In Liberty City orDro'Wl1nllle .
Klllens has I
Co. Clyde
we will repair your
here too and they are Ted
dy Rhodes and Ray Botts, gone and done it again. He is The money raised Is to go towards TV on credit. Pay weekly. Free ""'
presenting a Sunday afternoon the building fund.: Please estimate. Call OX 19428. indf '
along with our local boy, Eu ,b :,:" ; *t:
session that' is packing the : ,,,,: ,
gene Claipp |lthe( longest hitterin "
At :' >ifI <"
f 'jtr "
Knight Beat Club. Clyde Is considered .
">, ,/
all of the State of Florida) ; !'
Any ,bets on that fellows So i one of the (smartest"Idea" >vc
in Miami and is
that you won't get cheated, men -I
Clapp hu out driven George presenting two bands and a car-
load of entertainment. Naturally
Bayer and that's a fact. The
Marshall handles the M.C.
Most of us are hoping Ray
spot. There Is no admission
Mitchell could or would try to
charge and this session is from
get Sifford down here to have
4 p.m. until 9 p.m. You haveto
our golfers see a real pro and i NEW
the only Negro ever to be ad get there' early to get a good
free table right down front and
mitted to the PGA. However, if
'believe me, that is the place to
we don't see Charlie Hoss, we'll
understand, that he is busy on go. FORMERLY RADIO STATION WFEC

he PGA tour..

get upset
My good friend, Joe Howard, 7n w4 4 i
in from the Dig Apple and an- tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 25
other fellow that I have not when you .see all of the new Proudly Pre.entaFor
chicks !In town. They are the
seen in 15 years, public relations
expert Al Duckett, from NYC. State down School for their Secretaries Annual Planning who are Your ,Listening PleasureAN

He was what we call a "sight .
Conference. They are having
for sore Sugar Ray, nat- an
eyes. affair at the King 0 Hearts Sat. ALL-STAR CAST CLYDE KILLENS
urally 'bas to hold a club in his
urday night and there will
hands and he's out there with Proudly Presents
be approximately 125 of them.
at and beautiful Featuring
me new So 'make it to the King '0
Hampton House (formerly the Hearts Saturday ,and give the SHOW TIME
Booker Terrace Motel.) It is Your Favorite Radio Personalities
girls a Miami welcome I had
now called the Hampton House' the pleasure of meeting and Every Fri. and Sat.
and Villas which means that
playing golf with one of the INCLUDING
now Instead of Just being ableto most fabulous mortician in At his popular
rent a room in the motel,
Philadelphia He is Joseph Terry
you can rent a complete, beau BUTTERBALLWith ;f'
and he shoots almost par KNIGHT BEATAt
tlful furnished one bedroom eolf.; Along with' Joe is his side
apt. with brand new furniture, kick, Atty. Robert (Bobby) his Popular

lights, gas and water with com- Williams, also of Philadelphia, Butterball Show the

plete kitchen facilities. who hits a ball with a left hook SIR JOHN HOTELN.W.

that's a gasser. While we are Mon. Thru Fri. .
PRETTY GIRL OF The Week 6th St. and 3rd Ave
talking of celebs in town, let's 10:80 am. 12:80: p.m.
Lemmer Carter Pretty Boyof mention Mr. Coco Cola, Moss ,
the' Week: Jack Snead Kendricks of Washington, and 8:80 p.m. 6:15: p.m. ar sand 4 Featuring

Man Albout Town: Dr. Ben Atkinson Miss Ariel Perry Strong of And Sat. 0 a Jn. 1 p.m. x i ia

Policeman of the Johnson's Publications in Chi Hot Papa TurnerAnd

Week: Sgt. Jesse Nash.AMEN. cago. It was good to see Ariel .

We again after so long a time. Sheis His Family
are making pro one of those "Georgia o

gress. Two of our local golfers Peaches" you read about. plus A Popular Admission Prices
gave Miami representation In
the North-South Golf Tourna- ?
ment. Thank you Vera Williamsand Tins DOES up the "golf ED COOK e

Roberta White Golfer issue of Around Miami, so till SOME
and sportsman Walter Smith of next week, live life, every golden "The Nassau
Philadelphia' Freddie Kim- minute of it. Peaco. Daddy"k TO GO ON SUNDAY
Mon. Thru t

0 *.m. 10:80: sum. and u AFTERNOON

1:80 8:80 ?
p.m. p.m. K
Sat. 1 p.m. OilS' p.m. ELLIOTT J. PIEZE


: REV. IRA McCALLWith Every Sun., 4:30 9 p.m.

The ,Best in Gospel Music Stars and Celebrities

I Beautiful New 3-bedroom, 2-bath Mon. Thrn Fri. 7 a.m0 am. and 12:80: p.m.
1:80 p.nu and Sun. a.m. 1 p.m. see and be seen
Large Homes
Regular Sunday! nite dance

0' IN 'RICHMOND HEIGHTS FRED "Hometown" HANNAWith and show follows

his Hometown Hanna ShowSat. 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

)/.' A '1 7 a.m. 0>> a.m. and Sun 1 p.m. 8:13 p.m. Adm. Free Tables Free
Mortgage Low 'down
J payment 2 Fine Bands

(: ELLIOTT PIEZE Bob Allen and His


'. With His Popular Fast Moving Morning and afternoon Dizzy Jones and

local Newscasts/ The Jones
l Boys
:;( \ Mon. Thru Sat. 7:80 a.ra. and 0:2O: p.m.

f;, ? See model house 14320 Madison St., Richmond HU.

t ,' ;;" ,Mrs. Zimmerman, CEdar 5-0166 or HI 4-7619 :
With his 'National
I 1l ,,'" News and Comment
Mon. Thru Frl.-1O a.m.19 noon and 9 Closed
p.m. Mon. & Wed. Nit_%
; For These and Other Favorite Tune in Tues Amateur Nite

The New WMBM-1220 on Every Dial Thurs Premises Nite

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FRANCES S. TUCKEROn G. W. Carver first prize gracefully.
.A > t A y 4B Although the contestants did r ,../.
Feb. 28 at 8 'p.m. the PTA NewsThe not know the value of the prize
school will be officially dedicat nor the events following same, .J
Annual Valentine Tea they worked courageously. Let's ',..
ed.The school has been named in sponsored ,by the PTA was held listen to Gale recite 'tier theme ,;",
Feb. 12 from 4.6 After
pan. a .,'
honor on Mrs Thomas' Saturday ,"
of Mrs. Frances Stewart
Tucker splendid program all present morning broadcast over station ,\J
retired principal of the
gathered on the lawn for de .
George Washington' Carver Elementary a WMBM at '12:30 p.m. A special ..."
licious repast. Special thanks
round of applause goes to Mr. )
Tucker were given to all who helped to Williams for encouraging our .. ::f
exemplifies the
highest 'form of
make this' tea a grand success. '
'boys and girls to do creative
+ womanhood. I
She is well loved
t x and has rendered Anthony Gardiner, \principal of work. ,.'
many years of ,
Carver High, served as chairman
fine service in our community. The school pins a bouquet of
of the Tea.
I roses. on Miss Joyce 'FIelds for
,Presiding over the ceremonies The regular meeting of the having done an impeccable Job
will: ,be Walter C. Cogdell, principal PTA was held on Feb. 13 in the of presenting our weekly radio
of Bethune Elementary in auditorium. Agenda for the program Saturday before last
Brownsville. Other notables, evening with Roy Bentley presiding during ,Mr. Thomas' absence at
along //with our parents and was the report of the the Guidance Conference .-
Iiul friends, will include members of Valentine Tea and election of
the Board of Public Instruction, delegates for the Florida Con The foundations for the enrichment
local ministers, and all of our gress of Parents and Teachers program is well on the
county principals and staff meeting to be held In Orlando, way at (IX3E. Under the auspices '
Through the media of telecast Feb. 2325. of Mary I. Thomas, the Professional ,
facilities, one of our fifth iCommlttae presented.
Delegates: elected to representthe
grade students will appear on teachers: Sara Cherry, Olendena
: PTA are Roy Bentley Eugene 1
_.;.. ., -......'--"h-" --.....0....".._. w" channel 2 at 8:16 (p.m. On the Brown and William S. Stir- Edwards, E. Atkinson Bettye ,
night of the occasion She will Fox and ,D. RIchardo Thomas in .
"Bookworms" express the sentiments of the rup.Get 'well wishes are extendedto a "Know the Gifted Program" ,\
FRANCES S. TUCKEREven entire faculty and staff to the Mrs. Frances S. Tucker whoIs at the' school's. faculty meeting !
Board of Public Tuesday.
Instruction and on
111 In Christian Hospital.
Observe Negro in this day of space to the officials of the television Sympathy' is also extended to .Mary Williams- [principal
phenomena, educational TV has station for allowing us the op the following, families: Andrews Denis R Thomas, reporter

History' Week proven, there are many interestIng portunity thus given. and the S. Smiths. Mrs. Andrews = :: ::: :.J
points of educational valueto Without a song? Such will will be happy to know
During the past week schoolsall be learned about our state of not be the case. Miss Joyce that we share her loas. SPECIAL AT
over America celebrated Na. Florida In the school and the Fields and her music committeewill
tional Negro History Week, but community.The direct a 'choral group which LIBERTY CITYAs Pat Beauty Salon
fourth grade participatedon promises to render fine
here in Miami a group of children many
who call themselves WTHS-TV "Florida and You" musical selection to add to the ewe all know, last week
the 7533 N.W. 22nd Ave.
"Bookworms." celebrated Negro telecast Feb. 13 and 15. The momentous occasion ,was Negro History Week and "f
representatives from our school classrooms including Mrs.
History Week every week. Under the of I. many
were: Patricia Anderson, Wil iprinclpalshlp Madeline Thompson's and Miss HAIR-DO'S $3.00 ; ;
J. Meares the school is
This group Is made up of liam Hayes, Almeta Ingram and Sara Cherry' integrated the
rifted and,, talented children, be. Ronald Ilanua: with a staff of 21 teachers, a idea of the 'Week so masterfullyinto Scalp treatment FREE with ,-
tween the ages of 10.14, who In talking about Florida they secretary and three specialists. their classroom experiences. each hairdoSpecializing ,
live In the Opa Locka area. The discussed its location, sections, Also instrumental In the function Hpwever; let us visit one room 7
purpose of the club Is to develop Industries, cities and sights in of the school are our custodial room 1, grade 5, wherein Mr. in all of the'
a deeper appreciation for the different localities.You and cafeteria staffs of Earl Williams 'culminated his Latest
good literature especially Negro are Invited to attend the Which (we are highly appreciative. unit on the ame by offering 4

literature. dedication of our school, Feb. 28 prizes to the ,best boy or girl $ ::; ::; ::; -
In the cafetorlum at 8 p.m. We are happy to announcethe who wrote the :best essay on Ne
Last year, the club carried ona addition of another mem gro History ,Week. Gale Willing- MIAMI TIMES ADS
yearlong research project Falcons Defeat ber, (Mrs. Irene ''M1111 am.s. To her ham, a 'fifth' grader from Mrs.
with three Juvenile Encycloped we extend a most cordial wel- Elry Sand's room, accepted her DON'T COST THEY PAY '

las namely, The World Book, All-Stars 6762The come. '
Britannica Junior and Compo I
ton's Pictured Encyclopedia.They ,We invite all at our friends .
Miami R. C. All-Stars met and well-wishers to be presentfor
wanted to find out how the victorious Dade County JunIor our dedication :which we
much space was given to out- College Falcons in a sizzling shall treasure among our moat M
'standing Negroes In these En performance Thursday evening, precious (memories. Suprl** b/v/ '

cyclopedias. At the end of the Feb 16 in the Northwesterngym. I. J. Meares, principal' .Ctow of&.Delp/
study! The World- Book by far, F. Murray and
'gave the best treatment to famous Willard Bowe and Henry Mrs L. Reed, reporterJ. On die rfudbff J
Negroea.- Cheever of the Dade County Jr. poipobat i
College were outstanding. Both
Thus far this year, the group scored 13 points. William F. DEAL STUDIO It'* a nonstop ion clrcuatl 9 r 9AM t? Sundown tCHIUDRKNl
lias embarked on a new venture. Dwight followed up' with 11
They will: appear monthly over points. Phone FR 4-3034 10,900 tvitiit/a,living .xhtbtttIn '

the new WMBM. to discuss Ne- The spectators were held 307 N.W. 2nd! Ave. f ntYr *ndlng whirl of xcltMitntleflpuflRium Under Pr*.

pro literature. The group made spellbound throughout the final We copy and enlarge pictures of 14 Half Prto
their debut on last Saturday and I
period of playing.The 1
will your loved ones at half price. Wo f'hon.l 1M1-B471
appear on March 25 at Falcons will again take to
10:30: to 1045.: the hardwood the George Wash make all kinds of pictures. ON HlCKBNBAOKiW CAU.WAV

ington Carver Boosters on Sat- HN.N.N..N................................ (10 MIN.*O.OP. DOWNTOWN MIAMI)

Elva Evans, Carolyn Elllard Milton urdav night, Feb. 25 in the yr.r.Yr...Irvr.;h..vrr.rr.rrn. &*&t*&!&. ... .. .. .' ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..Yrwrvr.7rrIA..N /)
Oscar Evans McCoy, Prlcllla Janet Ryles.McKenzie at Northwestern 8 o'clock. Senior High gym ..t;.,.'"............., .t;....,..."........,................,....""..."".............."" .............'".....*............-=-,................,..,jt,....,......::1................;111( MM

und Anthony Taylor are members
shown. Other members not ." " ,,," ,," "
hown! are: Sheryl Lewis, who
was busy with a Studio M presentation PUN PHUN
at the U. of Miami, Factory
Kathleen Phillips and Gwen- fly PHIL OSSOFEHDKITN1TION8
netle Simons. Miss Delorese E.
Harte l Is sponsor of the group. .,.##,##,.." ," ,,'.,1." ,',.'"

These boys and girls are by Motors & TransmissionsAll

TTO means one-sided. They are Curious person: A whys guyA
well rounded and their Interest ,
character: Sometime an
range all the way from modern I actor who doesn't care. Makes All Models
(dancing to space ships. Space man: Fellow who reads
between the lines.
Perfume lover: Person Vhoae 10,000 MILE GUARANTEEONE
Is scents Itlve.
JUNIORThe nose
W. HOMESTEAD Dieter: One who seek a new

and' member of and lighter weigh of life.
. principal school cordially Pedestrian: Motorist who hits
of our
the faculty
' invite all of our Parents the pavement because he misses FREESERVICE
and friends to attend the Dedi the payment. DAY

the cation school ceremony cafetorlum.on March 7 The In TUB "'IUTI VAY [PL 7-7603 T

speaker will be Mrs. Anna B. It takes a few letters to make PICK UP

Meyers, a member of the school word sentence; a; few a few words sentences to make to a

board. make a paragraph, and a few
Open house Is to be held 7:30to : paragraphs to make a letter.
7:55 p.m. and the program You end up write where you be-
begins ipromutly at 8 p.m. gin?
Motors No
Miss Delores Hart, our libra CMCIIK TOUCIII3
clan, gave an elaborate party on How about modernizing some
Feb. 15 for 6th graders who of our chlchea? Here's a coupleof Overhauled
have done outstanding work In suggestions: Instead of sayIng Overhauled Money
the library for the first semester "train of thought," say
The library was attractively "plane of thought." (Out of this
decorated In red and white and world, eh?) Plus 29'50nPlus
representative of the St. Valen Instead of "walks of life" say 39.50 Down
tine Day theme however, the "rides of life." (Who walks anymore PartsALLRITE
most striking! sight was the high ?)
cake beautifully' decorated with

the words, "Happy Valentine
Day Honor Students.
was otherwise designed in red CLOCK REPAIRS MOTOR EXCHANGEParts
and white with pretty hearts and Andrew Jewelers

Our principal is quite pleased 303 N.W. 2nd Ae.

with the manifested interest by and our cooperation parentsin All work guaranteed 7701 N.W. 7th Ave

cooperation with preparations 40 Years 'In Bu,'lftM
/or our Dedication program FR 3-01U

N. L. Bethel l, principal gr E Z Z < Thelma S. King, reporter .......- ---" ifla


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA leaving. Parents, all of you who Marie White, speaker. o"oJ ""V""
did not come missed all the fun. Committee: Miss Ida Mae
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1961 Our president ask all of you Fuller, chairman; Mrs. :Maggie
to come to our next meeting the Henderson, co-chairman..
first Monday night la March.
I Business of importance. Thank Don't Fret f'ischt; t i
E. G. Luckie NOTICEThe you Evelyn Lane, reporter
"Starsof Usher's Union Association -
Presents will meet at Mt. Calvary Chocolate SipThe
Daptlst Church, 1612 NW 5th .
Miami"F court, Feb. 26, 3 p.m. members' of Hills Chapter New ... ... .
The program will be sponsored No. 48, Order of Eastern Star Bargains J "" '" ;t I4'or the best In
q Y1u between Mt. Olivet: Juniors cordially Invite you and your : .' : ."'hair weer visit
and Mt. Calvary Seniors. The friends to their annual Choco MAKE OFFER r i r' 'or' call the Mod
president( is, asking all members late Sip, Sunday afternoon, Feb.
3-5 t
to be out and on time. Membersof 26, 4 to 6 p.m. at Liberty Open? p.m. ,icrnistic Beauty
various churches are always Square Community Center, Salon. Hair
welcome to worship with us. 6306 NW 14th ave., with Miss Down Payment: I 'J" 1w o e v covers
b e 7 i Deacon David Hudson, president Your Lot or Home @
; Dorothy Major; reporterDebbie's bald spots,
DUPLEX APT. 1430 N.W. 59th St. thickens! ,and
Playland ,,>a, ,lengthens the
3-bedroom, 2 baths, garage ," rhair
New 2-bedroom : | and the
Valentine Party Oak floors, built-in electric hair canbe
The PTA of Debbie's Play: Adults Only kitchen styled beautiful-ly.
and Kindergarten and Nursery:1
had a lovely St. Valentine party. 1426 N.W. 58th Terr Modernistic Beauty .Salon
at the, school, Feb! IB. There I Finest Neighborhood 826 .N.W. 3rd Ave.
were plenty
of nice things to
eat and drink. The parents had 1128 NW 76th St. BARON JE 8-134q' ,FR ,4-9944
toads of fun learning how to NO MONEY DOWNWe
holly gully and most of them SALLIE COLLINS, Technician
that didn't know how to do the PL 7-2726 build on your lot ELMYKA E. FANNIN, Prop.

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Another Miami Talent Pro-

erty gram Square, 8:30 p.m.auditorium.March 4 Many at Lib of j Our 8th Year of Devoted Service ,to the CommunityFOR

Miami's best soloists will be A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
seen and heard, Including
Eloise! B. Kemp, Mrs. Harolean I ...
S. Storr, Mrs. Bessie Bethune,
and others whose names will appear I ','
In this spot next week.. .
Also some of our leading' I ,
quartets. and groups.
The affair will benefit the j
Sllvertone Singing Convention ..IJtt ...
Admission $1.00. A brand new ..' .
portable television will be' given
away as door prize.

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Brand New Bedroom CBS Home

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BROWN SUB.. BRAND NEW : Only $395 DownCute 3-bedroom CBS home. Carport,
3-bedroom CBS. Built-in oven : furnished painted inside and

Vera. Williams, an ex-beau and range. Rear screened'' FlorI I ,house. Deep lot. Carport, outside. Terrific buy. Only one

tlcian, will participate in the ida porch. Close to school and : quiet area, no closing costs.Only mortgage. No closing costs.
Colorama: of 1961 given at the
Fiesta Room, Sunday, Feb. 26. I one mortgage. Why pay rent. See 1776 N.W. 51st Ter.

She er, who will model operates for the Louise Bronx Boy See 2991 N.W. 43rd Ter. : See 7753 N.W. 15th ,Ave. $795 Down

Beauty Salon.PIGEON. 1 mortgage. No closing costs '"
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2-bedroom CBS. Tile roof, city
(Continued from page 1)) ;3-bedroom. Close by. Near shop
y I water, landscaped, hardwood
and placed in the trunk of the II
Victim's car for safekeeping II I I ping and buses. Large lot $69' floors. Nice area. Close to

You know the rest. When the CARVER RANCHES : month. schools, one mortgage. Only
victim later opens the trunk of
3-bedroom CBS $85 month.
his car to Inspect the loot it See 5880 N.W. 14th Ave.
turns out to be play money. Only $395 Down See 1230 N.W. 57th St.

$2,800 This trick on Feb.cost 15 a,. and local four woman other See 5341 S.W. 19th St. I Only $295 Down Only $495 Down

Negro women lost another
$2,300 in the last month I
Detective Sgt. J. DILucchio of j I J
the Miami Police.Dept! is urging : DUPLEX
any person who is approached' in Only $395 Down THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL I II
this manner to quietly notify the I Furnished, city water, two carports -
nearest policenan.w 2-bedroom, city water. One I 2 CBS homes on one deep lot. nice area. Close to bus
**"One of the men Is described mortgage only. No closing costs Furnished. Front house has two jid shopmnjr.
as 6 ft. tall and over 200 lbs.,
with a foreign accent. The 'woman Move right in bedrooms, plus Florida' room. See 5200 N.W. 10th Ave.
is about 5 ft 2 with red Rear house is air conditioned.Can .
dish hair See 1088 N.W. 55th Ter. : be rented for at least $20 $1,295 Down

week. Front house will take J$ .A
IfillYou ;;: '! 1' ;::; t less than $40 month to carry ex

CAN penses. Both houses with only Custom Built Beauty I New
/ft/i* ENJIO Only $395 Down : 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Closed ga-

i 2-bedroom, carport. Close to : $995 Down rage, hardwood floors, city

DOGRACING I bus, shopping. No closing costs. : water. Heater, built-in oven and
One mortgage only : Open Sunday 1.6 p.m. : range. Florida' room, close to

See 1923 N.W. 58th St. : See 1350 N.W. 52nd St. buses, school, shopping.
'$2,000 Down

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