The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 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
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Federal Court cally with Negroes barred from It became resegregated the following The higher court disposed of terlal," and "without merit" In
V I Manor Park Pool,. 1300 NW 60th day by action ,of the?City the case tersely, ruling on each that order.
St., the ruling applies to all city Commission which was facing, an of the city's three arguments. The city had provided no administrative
Make*> Ruling swimming,'facilities. election two weeks away. These were that the Negroes had remedies and "therewas
The pool was desegregated The NAACP promptly filed a not exhausted administrative thus nothing to exhaust,"
I In a move that practically ,briefly lnM959 when then City suit to end segregation and Won remedies, that one plaintiff was the. Court explained.
everybody! expected, the federal Manager Ira Wlllard. lifted all it in Federal District Court a not a Miami resident, and thatit County swimming facilities are
appeals court on Friday upheld racial bars at city recreation year later. The commission voted was not a proper 'case for a already desegregated.
a lower court's ruling that the areas. He,. acted after, then City to appeal over the protests of class suit. Previously only one municipal,
city of, Miami must open Its Attorney William Pallot advised Commissioner Joseph X. Du- pool, Dixie Park, h en "
swimming pools to Negroes. him that they couldn't be leg Mond who called it "a waste of The court labeled the argu to Greater Mlani '{2 rfi
Though the case dealt specifi ally segregated. city money." ments "no substance", "Imma groes. \






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Some 35 members of the local
Tallahassee Patricia Stephens -
SESSION IN chapter of the Committee "stand-on Racial MAN KILLED IN who last year served 49
I conducted a
Equality days in a Florida jail for aHtln '
In" In front of the Olympia BARROOM 120
in, was today sentenced to I
FT. LAUDERDALE Theatre Tuesday night protestIng days for participating in another
the theatre's segregation ARGUMENT CORE demonstration.

fly ELLIOTT J. PIKZK policy.:
Police Thursday were seeking
The 36th annual convention The group composed of ooth a Miami man In the fatal shoot
of the Florida State Association Negro and white CORE members ing of another man in a barroom
of Elks will; open in Ft. Lauderdale formed a continuous line in argument.
on this Sunday, April 8 and front of the box office for more William Miles, 30, of 825 NW .
will run through Wednesday than an hour, attempting to 5th ave., was shot at 11 p.m.
April 12. Pride of Ft. Lauder I purchase tickets. None of the Wednesday in a bar at 450 NW
dale Lodge and Tempe will group was admitted. 8th st.

serve as hosts to the convention.W. Larry Lovett of 2120 NW Homicide detectives said wit
told them Miles was shot
O. Perry, president of the 68th St., who identified himself nesses
three times in the back by Reuben
State Association, will presideover as secretary of CORE, said the
Parry, about 33, of 450 NW
the sessions of the Elks, t "stand.lns" would continue with 8th at.Parry.
and Mrs. Thomasena Floyd, the next one planned for "some
fled the scene in a blue
president of the Daughter Elks time next week. sedan, The argument,. police 4Y '
of the Association, will be in were told, was"1'Over' money. h surd t..
charge of the sessions.of. the

Grand Exalted Ruler, the Honorable ,. i,
Hobson Reynolds, will attend BURNS TO DEATHA REEVES AT 6 .
the convention and will:
five-year-old girl burned to VIRGIN ISLANDSINAUGURATION
-.. Anthony E. Gardiner will re death Thursday after she was Miss Stephens and Ben Co-
turn in September as principal left alone In an apartment while wins were arrested on March -t
of the school from which he her mother went grocery shop of this year while sitting.in at a.
graduated in 1933. Gardiner, St. Thomas Virgin Islands Nelsner lunch counter. They
now principal of O. W. Carver ping.The Ralph M. Palewonsky, 54, a na were charred with "disorderly
High, replaces Charles L. Williams body of Sandra Burkes tive-born Industrialist was Inaugurated proceedings." Previously' : that day
as head of Booker T. was found on a mattress in the as the 16th governor of members of CORE had !
Washington High Williams is triplex apartment at 1781 NW the Virgin Islands: at a ceremony sit.Ins at both McCrory's Itaged'I I
retiring at the end of this term 65th St. just 12 minutes after here Wednesday. Scars. fe<,
turned In the fire Frank D. Reeves, a special assistant .
Y after serving a* BTW principalfor neighbors Judge Rudd sentenced Ml**:
-_ 19 years. Manatee Banner alarm. Her mother, Mrs. Velma to President Kenndy, Stephens to 00 days or $500 and'
man, curriculum assistant at Burkes, and another preschool read a message from him and to a, mandatory 30 day term for
R North Dade will; move to Carver I daughter bad left the home 15 Mrs. Kennedy expressing regretat the "disorderly proceedings'"' r,
3 as principal. minutes before the fire. :being unable to attend, and charge lie also Imposed! a 30.day j,.
I I. extended congratulations and sentence for vio'atlon of probation -
s41 Srt I best wishes to the people of the imposed last year. This last:
I. Islands. sentence has since been sus
Seeks -- pended.The .
CORE members
-: ''] were represented
by Atty. Wolfman of
; 5- ssSSr ..t."l1 Miami chapter of the American
-:'- Civil Liberties Union An appeal
5,000 Members <.I will be filed, I

Division Chairman
IV, O. FKItflY Named To Lead } r
State President 2 MIAMI HOMESFire SCOUT DRIVEDr.

preside over the Civil Liberties CampaignThe S O W. Hawkins, one of
which will lead $6,000 tin- 'S M'aml's dentists
program at 3 p.m. on Sunday at committee destroyed a leading and a
NAACP 1061 house at 2743 NW true community work has
Mt. Olive Baptist Church. the Dade County occupied r. accented -
membership campaign announcd 50th at. Wednesday Firemen to ''end and ruld" the
Grand Daughter Secretary, today that plans for the drive said the blaze apparently started MIIIIMN Rnuth Florida Council D'v1' .*on-
Mrs. Duena Kely: Berry, will will definitely begin on April 23 from a gas stove. al Su-f 'nlng Membership Drive
also attend the convention. as announced earlier. Within the same hour fire of for 1961.
I Named as chairman for the undetermined origin swept the 1 IV* co-chairman, another community
Highlights of the convention I drive and to head the various home of Mercedes McCulloughat worker, bu.'ln<"x.m"n and
will be: The Lodge of Sorrow at divisions are the Rev. II. Mc 4845 NW 24th Ct. Firemen Scnut, Is Orore W Kllnatrlck.
11:30 Sunday morning at the Neil Harris pastor of St. James estimated damages at $2,700 on 55 I The South FlorM Council'
First Baptist Church; a Get Ac AME Church and an active civil the $15,000 home. Boy Scouts of America Is badly
qualnted Dance at 9 o'cloc'c: rights worker. Rev. Harris work. In need of $85,000 to comolete
Sunday night at the Elks Ball ed in the original action to deg I Its 1981 bud.et. Of this amount
room; the State Oratorical Con segresrate! buses In Tallahassee.: section. This division has also I Dr Hawkins stated that $1,500
test, at 7:30 Monday night at lie wt'l' head the Church Division opened its campaign headquar* is! a small amount for this com-
Mt. Olive Baptist Church pre. of the campaign.Mrs. ters at 36 70 Grand Ave. D1'tfM to rlln'.,.
sided over by Maxwell Saxon, Robert Primus, well In Opa Locka Mrs. Mattie L. To date 1,418 boys are now receiving
state director of education; a beautician will scouting in our area
known civic and social: worker Gates, prominent ,
mammoth parade at 3 p.m. Tuesday chair the division. We must keep the doors wide
will head- the Liberty
led by the famous Precis campaign and up will be assisted by Chairman of the Downtown Miss Myrtle U. Caton of Lorna open for all boys to enter and
ionaires! Marching Unit of the Mrs. Vashtl Armbrister, also of division will be Mrs. Pearl Me- Linda, California Is the only experience the ideals of boy
Leroy who is active in civic and Negro among 30 junior and hood through scouting
Homestead AF Base: the State Liberty Citro11rl. I
Myrtle If. Bethel will clal affairs. senior medical students who re-
Fashion Show at 7 p.m. Tuesday other who celved the 1981 Foreign Fellowships
S chair the Richmond Heights Division persons I
and the Grand Ball at 10 John Fryar of Perrine, will lead various divisions on made possible by a she will spend three months this I
p.m. on Tuesday at the Elks will chair the Postal Allance al workers captains and division 1180,000 grant from Smith, summer at the Korle Bu Hospital -
Auditorium. Division of the drive. leaders to meet next: Kline and French, a Philadelphia I In Accra, Ghana. She Is a
Arthur Dunn, Coconut Grove Thursday night, April 13, at 8 pharmaceutical firm., She >. senior at the Colege of Medical I'
The convention will adjournat business man and pharmacist, p.m. at Hampton House, 4200 one of 15 recipients who will Evangelists, Los Angeles.
12 noon on Wednesday will lead l the campaign in that NW 27th ave. serve In African countries, and -ANP Photo.) .




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NEW YORK, Philadelphia, the Omega Pal Phi Fraternityhad !
Washington, North Carolina, At a fine Cabaret Dance at the
lanta, Cleveland, Chicago, Memphis King 0' Hearts club last Thurs
have Negroes that are moving day night. The dance was for the
along In al types of Jobs. In benefit of the Scholarship Fund.
Miami, there is nothing. Thereare Over 300 persons were present : SY
a few choice Jobs here, and for this worthy cause. ;1:3 '
If It were W
they wouldn't be here I 4.
for places like Bonded Collection
Black FRED JENKINS of Cleveland,
Agency, Carllngs -
: Ohio, a tenor sax man working
WUon Rental -
Label Beer, Schlitz,
that with his brother, Duke Jenkinsat
and the men
Agency the Eden Roc, won a wrist
hold these Jobs do .JBO!! on their
school watch for the highest score at
This excludes .
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the Ml Bowling Funny
authority, po-
housing '
teachers, and a few oth thing about Fred is that he Is Shown above are interns In Northwestern High; ;Mrs. MarI cr.tlon, Northwestern High, D.
ice' department
what Is wrong with out Just starting to bowl and had a Dade County during the .second I I garet Adams, cooperating teacher Paschal, cooperating teacher; Bo-
ers. doesn't Pepsi Colo, score of 185. He started about 2 semester from Dethune-Cookman [ ; Roscella Davis: elementary nlta Ferguson, music education
town? Why months ago. Congratulations; 1 I College, Daytona Beach From education, Floral Height Elemen G. W. Carver, Mrs. Florence
Pabst Blue Ribbon, Coco-Cola, The opening of the Hampton left to right: first row: Mrs. tary; Mrs. Gloria McPhee, co Amo.3, cooperating! teacher; Roscoe -
Miller High Life, the wine comp House was a fine affair. Public Florence, director of Interns; operating teacher; Arthur G. Cheese social\ science, BTW,
an1<:B. Telephone Co., Light and Relations experts who made the Aletha Hall, biology major, North Knight, physical education, Theodore Johnson, cooperating
Gas companies, big department affair such a success were: Chas. Dade High; Mrs. Willie James, Mays High; Harry L. Cole, co teacher; Mattie Puckett, music
stores, automobile concerns anda I Lockhart, Charlie North, Sam cooperating teacher; Mozelle operating teacher; Ardle Bel; education, Mays, E.mo S. Sparks,
heap more who could be nam Solomon, Emanuel Hutchinsonand Turner, elementary education, Knowles, English education, cooperating teacher; William
ed hire Negroes? Sumner Hutchinson. All visitors Liberty City Elementary; Mrs. Dorsey Jr High; Mrs. Clemen. Rolle, physical education, North
were pleased with the new Sarah Cherry, cooperating teacher tina D. Rahming, cooperating western, Bennie Moore, cooperating
Other cities have Negroes In Hampton House and 'it's facilities ; Barbara Miller, elementary teacher; Nathaniel: Cooper, physical teacher Gloria M. Simmons,
white collar Jobs why not Ml- Bill Knighton Is general education, R. R. Moton; Mrs. education, Doreey, Freddie elementary education, Liberty
yin ? Negroes drive bases In nanager. Jean H. Young, cooperating Pittman, cooperating teacher; 7ity Elementary, Mrs. Hazel P.
cities. We drink soft teacher. Leonard Heath, physical educa L., van, cooperating teacher and
d th re are thousand Second row: Roland Raiford, tion, BTW, Wa ter Caldewlll, "totert Lee Tempe, elementary
,..;s spent In the Negro THIS SUNDAY the Par and physical education, BTW; John cooperating teacher; F. W. Hin- rlucat.on Poinciana Park Mr.
on all of these things I.iu Birdie Club of Miami will hold Dillard, cooperating teacher; son, field supervisor of Interns; Bernice H. Johnson, cooperating
Its first local Golf Club Tourna Ela Wease Maynard, biology, Jacqueline Sargent, music edu- teacher.
/ rationed, and I think ment. All prospective membersare
e.ing should be done about invited to compete for a
uave seen young men with ,guest prize If, Mayme doesn't Beauticians Unit i I
eg degrees working as la- give you a call, you call her if
or is; some turn into street you are interested in participatIng 7 NewsThe
hurt ors who make buck in any and becoming a member. .STAR MEAT MARK
wa. (hey can. There are no dec I Miami Beautician Unit
nt Jobs on the Beach except forp I, COMEDIAN NTPSY RUSSELL No. 7 will start their 21st anni
ople like Nat King Cole at on the Jack Parr Show last versary by worshipping at the
<;i5,000 a weak, but that Is Just Tuesday night, gave the USA St. Paul AME Church, April 9, 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
an Idea.I some of the finest laughs ever at 10:30: a.m., corner 4th court .

am trying to get over the presented on TV. Maybe enough and 19th st at 9:30: p.m. in the
point: that the only decent Job 'letters to channel 7 will entice Fiesta Room of the Mary Elizabeth
you can get means that you haveto the networks I In NY to give Hotel:, the second annual THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
be a star. It .aeems that the Nlpsy his own TV Show, nation Hairstyle Colorama with an All
wide. I hope that you did not Star Revue starring Miami's one
only jobs our people can get are a
rftlng, carrying, cleaning push- miss this, show It; was a scream and only Princess, Carlotta

,air:;, pulling. If a man like Lu- Clyde Klllens' Night inVarsau > Mrs. Lillian bain of Nassau
th r Brooks can Integrate his office on April 16 at the Knight will feature the latest in hats. ,Fresh Meat-Low Prices
staff, why not any other leat H promised to be the big Mrs. Opal King, chairman. .
company rest yet If .you dig conch salad
Monday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., ed
end buck-fast, then be sure to
very low and to get better ucatlonal beauty
Jobs we must ask for them. The be at the.Knight' Beat for a hel Sunlight clinic at the -
luva night In Nassau Dr. School.
bed way, It seems, to get a de '
cent Job is to go out and find James White, is visiting in the
$240,000 and turn It in that city from' Freedman's HospitalIn
way you get a job at $90 a Washington Oscar Weaver
week, as a guard. Heck, it's bet has replaced Atty. Henry
ter than nothing. As my mother Arrington as president of the E .J
used to say, "it beats shooting Frontiers of America. The ser
a blank!" vice club ho'ds weekly dinner
meetings Tuesdays at Hampton
House Charles Aranha, Miami aTffi
.PRETY GIRL of The Week: Times makeup man, is in
Eve yn Lyles Pretty Boy of Veterans Hospital Hopeton
the Week: Jimmy Reeves (Cafe Wray, Nassau electrical contractor

Society) Man About Town: was an Easter weekend vis ._
Emanuel Hutchinson Doctorof itor. \
the Week: Nathanie' Colston
Policeman of the Week: B.
J. Guilford Till next week Live Life,
Every Golden Minute of It!

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It Promoted 'to Major taro Anderson says that she is
ItIf If head loved and respected by the en-
SPORTS WORLD OVERBy tire base personnel.We .
coaches, six In football and one Nurse 'Susan Harris
In basketball, hare been named .
are pleased with this add
to headline the 16th annual Fla.
.... ed recognition for Major Harris.
Congratulations to friend
t; our ,
LEO B. ARMBRISTER A and M University Coaching
Clinic her June 12.16. Susan F. Harris, R. N. upon her
OOGIO' new rank of major In the Air
# ocoGooac '
- --- ---- The head coaches for the 61
Reserves Major :Harris OPA LOCKA
SPRING TilE ADVENT OF March 28, his loyalty to keep faculty named by clinic director has been a working member of,
BASEBALL baseball in Cincinnati will be a Jake Oalther 'were Michigan our community since she came'
the memorial to the city, because in State's Dufty Daugherty, Ala.banIa's here in 1946. After leaving the HEALTH CLUB
most activated
his will he stipulated that the Dear Bryant; Arkansas'Frank active rank of the Army as a
season'of the year the time Broyles, Florida's Ray
club remain in Cincinnati and captain.No .
when new life and vigor is given run by a board of trustees with Graves; Florida State's Bill
to all nature stiffened by the all profits from Crosey: stocks Peterson; South Carolina's War activity Tor the good of
preceding long winter months going to local charity. Hopes are ren Bass, and the Cleveland this area has been without the
the time when the wide open that the last wishes of this great Pipers' Johnny 'McLendon. Mc. able aid of 'MAjor Harris -
spaces become the haven of fun benefactor to baseball be'carried Lendon will serve on the basket YMCA Urban League James E.
and pleasure seekers, and also out. ball staff. Scott (Community Association
the time when every noon and Other coaches announced for YWCA, NAACP. She has been !!

corner spacious enough to ac GRIFFITH BOXER OF THE the faculty by Gaither were Pat active with her own profession i1
commodate the swing of a bat MONTH James assistant line coach, Ala al groups and has done a ,fine ;
at a thrown ball is occupied Emll' Griffith was named bama; Florida's backfield coach job of recruiting young peoplefor .la 't; t

with mites! or men enjoying the boxer of the month for his sur Pepper Rodgers, line coach Gene careers in 'nursing. The JO'hn "
ever loving pastime of basebal: prise feat of knocking out Kid EJeiuon; trainer Sam Lankford Griffin Post American ,Legion
Paret In their welterweight and Coach Gaither ,and his staff. elected her as Commander. Her
B":e'jall wilt' become one of citations
for community work
:last Saturday
th" dat requisites of millions ? t
y night. Paret slipped to thirdIn 'Northwestern ''Relays are numerous. Rewarding to her tie ;R 1
., of fans the country over. There is her rehabilitation work thru
the ratings of contenders be
will bo concern or jubilance hind Luis physical therapy. Several years .... ..
Rodriguez and Ralph -------- --
over favorite teams, and players, To Run Saturday ago, she was named Florida'
compar'sons of enumerable Dupas. Churchwoman of the 'year, but Candidates for "Mr. Physical
reords and generally more conc Paret has decided to rest for The third annual Northwestern Major Harris has been a praying Fitness" Contest, 8 p.m. Saturday
*ntrat d Interest will be givento 90 days before he makes an ef Relays will take place Saturday, practicing chrL Uan. April 29 at Carpenters
fort to regain his welterweight Union Hall 2939
NW 46th
this sport than the conflicting April 8. This year's track 'evtra
crown from Griffith. Los Angeles The commanding officer of To qualify: Pose, military
world crltls this is one vaganza will feature the fastest
or San Francisco are the .. press, snatch, clean and
the 37th Aerom dlcal Squardon, jerk,
of the major forms of relaxa dash men in the South, led by'the
most likely spots for this return bench proas. Deadline for
tion for ml'lLons of Americans record-breater! Rudy Cambridge Captain Anderson, _,has only all
engagement. highest praise for'Major'Harris.She entire is Thursday, April 27.
may their( anticipation be satis- of Carver High along
i is ''devoted -to '''be programand To enter see Zeak, the muscle
fed with many: more thrills and TIlE MASTER'PLAY with Bobby Felts of Northwest .
feats of the diamond than they ern and James Holts of B. T. does excellent work. She is builder, at 1995 NW 162nd st.
have enjoyed in the past. Golf's greatest spectacle In Washington.The ladylike in general demeanorbut or call MU 13667. The pub.lc
these will be unveiled this Is Invited. .
parts trials will '''begin 'every inch 'soldier 'on active A29
weekend when more than 90 of at 9:30: She
lUSRlJALL IN ARIZONA duty. :liasserved -well
and the finals start at 1
." the world's top par and birdie p.m. In whatever ,.area she has bfen
orts from
training All
spring events will take place at the '
men tackle the famous Augusta, assigned an example is that
113 of the four major leaguen Northwestern' athletic field.
Advertise! It
:, doing their preseason Ga. golf course, which most of historian''forthe' 'Cap
times masters the Masters.
touts: in the far away states
In addition to' all of America'stop YOU
.\r'zonfJe Cleve'and as a
golfers the field Includes: '
ro i contender for the Amert-
Gary Player of South Africa;
u LraKue flag. This threat
,N Stan Leonard of Canada Peter
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'i : e '('r does not go past their
Thompson and Kel Nagles of
ont line team as they are '
Australia and Roberto de Vln 3
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we k In reserves and any setback '
of Mexico
from Injuries will derail ceno any one of whom ,
could become the first
th" entire! train. A lot is ex foreign.
player to win the prestige-load
pet: d of Johnny Antoneli, who ed Masters
was obtained from San FrancisCO. -

Doston: Without Ted Williams Earnest Hayes led a foursome
eta though Jackie Jensen is around the front nine at ,Miami

back out of a short retirement, Springs Golf Course with a one
'do s not flure in the contention. under par 34, but gave out of
They have too many problem: steam on ''the backside coming 'In THRU' TUESDAY
to quire' b"fore getting on the with 5 over par 40.''This though :
.. <1 to w'nnlng.! Is good evidence of Ernie's dill.
gent practice and 'dire determination t
1 ":, t1' arri Cubs: The Cubs may to be a good golfer.
:' fed,ffe ent with eight coaches APRIL 11th
and no manager: but deep down Willie Lazier, had everyone ,at
1 thty are still the Cubs and Ernie the MI Lanes holding their e
Danks and pitcher Glen ',breath and widening their eyes r 4
last Thursday night when he
Hoblp! may Improve on the in '
vincible job they have done, but ,bowled seven straight strikes
still won't be ab'e to hold ott before leaving the unlucky 7*
the entire National League. pin in the eighth. That combl r' f r
i nation of strikes was good, how
San Francisco Giants: New ever for high score of 268. 1 W
Manager Alvin Dark has a peculiar Sharing the attention of the
job on his hands He spectators were Darden Baker -
must first bring his team back and Gary James who were 'bowl* I
from the clique ridden, demoral ing excellent games of 248 and
izing past season, to pool their 231 respectively I 4 r--i!' K Yom"i' f' d*
ecccl'cnt l: treasure of talent and

c.Imb from the fifth spot in the !

league. Don't Miss fir I 1 ,
The Giants have Willie l l i x A

((85,000)) Mays, good hitting 1r t
and pitching and have good po- TALLY 'BROWNTONIGHT

tcntla's to lead the National > : r

,I League if the proper use is made !
of their resources.

CHOSLKY LOVED CINCY Northwestern High School ;.+_

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}It. end Mrs.: frank fteeyfea of
Washington, D.C. passed through ,' > wt'r
1 tfJatol on. Tuesday enroutt tdi
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avefaue-Phone OX .1-M31! ( ;;;Virgin WUftdi\ where rte bed
aJmnch at 1112 N.W. Third AveM:Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-22S6' A'apecidl" l assistant., Ifr President
Kennedy, Went td represent th* ?K
II. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and,Publisher+ president at the gubernatorial\
Garth 0. Reeves \ inauguration
Managing Editor and Business ManagerEntered

't Now, !It.'. de Idea I in fact, '
: as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1027, at tho Poet Office.. \ Judge .Choate decided it long t 4
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March '
8, 1870. ; "ago(,; but an appeal was made.
-I / Nor -comes' the decision from
t Judges sitting in Jacksonville
ONE YEAR $4. O-SIX MONTHS $2.76-THREE MONTHS: $1.70 ;\ on March 20 Yes, Miami
t swimming pools must be desegregated.
.. So it !is. with all public X31i'b
facilities. It's another victory :i I A
for. O., E. Graves, 'NAACP count .. u._._

Governor Farris Bryant opened the Florida Legislature sel. Norman W, Cox, ,oa of Bishop Willie E. Fuller, executive of
and Mrs. Joel Cox of Miami, district 8, of the Boy Scouts of
on Tuesday. His program calls for an expenditure ,of Kelsey Pharr has receivedhewa'of has .been acclaimed in Beaufort, America, who will be the-orln
771982484. However the public should be pleased to : the serious illness' of his S.,>C. for blS.dlrection of the cipal speaker at the annual
know that the governor does not favor any new general sn, Kelsey Jr., now in.a hospital Robert Smalls' Senior' High I Daddies' ClUb program at fiodk-
i in Honolulu. .
Friends of the '" '
School band.
taxes. er T. Washihgtdn High Bchdol,
regret to learn of Kel.sey's Under Cox, a '60 FA'Mt) gradu'ate which will be hOld on next Wed.
In the event of increased revenue Gov. Bryant pro- illness and hope for his
recovery the 'band earned the "I" nesday night, April 12 at 8
;posed a priority for education. But he does not see an. rating !in the* double "A" music o'clock In the school's auditor
:across-the-board raise In the salary of teachers., The Dade festival of District IX held in ium. A very timely program has
School Board on Orangeburg. On their good showIng been plahued and will
He wants better conservation methods, safety legis Wednesday considered b6 prey
placing the :band hag bee asked to seated the
on oc*|.stbh. ftobfcrt
lation and tourist legislation.He kindergarten !in all eementary compete !in the' state triple "A" L. Clark is president pf the
has the license for small schools, however, the motion by '
proposed making tag Mrs. Anna Music, Festival ; club. The public is Invited: ;
(cars $10 instead of the present $5.00, also putting a iy lost. Brenner-Myers was - .
per cent levy on public utilities .and placing on the tax ,

rolls property now exempt, but being used for profit.,; Commissioner John McLeod, Dads Night at Sportsmen to Have

Florida teachers are looking toward the Legislaturefor itself urging into that a Metro hopeless has condition'worked, Brownsville Moonlight 'CruiseTake

an increase in salary. They believe they are'' entitledto of government and remedies are Attention all Dads of -Browns a moonlight; t cruise, l oil i
it. This is especially true in the case of the Florida A. i needed to permit restoration of vibe and especially those of the Dream float, Miami's! larg
and M. University where salaries are far below that of i sensible government under which Brownsville Junior High School: est and finest cruise boat, will
the Florida tate University- and the University of Florid the other 66 counties of Flori 'your presence is required on be given under the auspices of
da are prospering, sought :Thursday night, April 13 at 8:00 the Square Circle Sportsmen
ida. The Legislature will probably take this matter' under from Dade's legislative de'e-supnort In' the cafetorium of the school' Club, Thursday, Apr.lJ 20.
consideration. ration at Tallahassee. The dele The band 'will serenade you; Boat will leavfc 8:30:: .p.m. from
Dade school teachers will be really disappointed i if' Ration sea* no reason for action I the chorus will sing\ for you the foot 6f S. E\ 2nd St. A15

they do not .receeive an increase. Dade has fallen behind, .aealnst.MoLeod Metro plea, and turned' down I Clifford North Dad Matthews and ,father teacher of five at

in this respect.At will, ,speak tor you, and you have FOR SALEIn
least one Senator, J. Edwin Fraser from North This beta the city the' privilege of asking questions.
Florida sees the necessity for an increase in teachers 'sal commission appeared Luther Xpu can't miss Itl! Special guest Northwest Section
Brook Vm 1 be Dr. Joe Hall
ary. On Wednesday he announced that he will in a few Agency of Bonded Collection dent of public Instruction., superinten $1,000 DOWN
days sponsor bills in the Senate for'' an across-the-board i nace ;in apartment for a lithe' more Low FHA payments, 2-bed-

sales tax and a $750 teacher pay increase. The result was an Increase Of. Post Easter rooms, 1 bath, .Florida room
This tax 'would include food, medicine and rent, now 150 4qnUftare feet the mInimum' ;Fashion Parade air condition, built-in gar-
Jn Si 1quare feet- It *a now age, beautifully landscapednear
exempt. It's an ambitious move. It will be interesting to was considerate .
on There will be
a post Easter school
:see how much support the Senator will get. the part of Mr. Brooks Fashion Parade at Mt. Zion pool. and swimming
Dade's three representatives oppose increasing' the The Grand ,AME Church Sunday, April 9 at 1
utilities tax. Two of them favor an .across-the-board raise asked the legislature Jury on Tuesday 4 p.m. Anyone desiring to parti- L. SPRATLAN
for teachers. end to the! to put an !pate in this affair, please con Sun-Coast of Miami
flagrant display easy purchasing of and tact Mrs. K. S. Ross at YU FR 3-7979 NE 3-0444
The hand guns !3-5160 or Mrs. R. Collier at YU
Jury said it had examined a 37177.. Do this before
WHO proposed
.. law prepared night. This Is a good chance to HOME
by the office SALE
of State Atty. ;show off your new Easter attire.
? That to be question ,the Richard Gerstein and
Who runs the city seems endorsed CBS, tile roof 2 bedroomsone
public is interested in his week Is it the Civil ServiceBoard by the Florida Prosecuting At- 'election of Senator Lyndon John- ( air conditioned)
or is it the City Manager? It is rumored that the torneys ly urge Association its enactment.and The strong.law ''son aa Vice President. Seventy closed porch, kitchen, dining en.
Civil Service Board will take City Manager Reese into would be state-wide and should candidates filed for that seat. room, fenced yard., In

court for reversing some of its decisions. meet The with Jury statewide also approval. \ The AFL-CIO wants to go into refined neighborhood.

There is the recent case of, three policemen charged Governor's Advisory approved Committee of a ''' the housing business In MI. $13,500
the Firestone Tire Co ami.. In this connection they will
with beating a Negro: worker at for the passage of a new and ';confer
the Board heard the case, and found the officers inno 'tougher law against obscene literature. loners, with got the tentative City Commis $500 Down
cent. City Manager Reese's investigation foundthe: offi ('and la striving to make it a real- $100 Month
cers guilty.' Reversing the verdict of the Board he suspended There's a scramble for the Mange Ity. The for union Is prepared to ar Phone Owner PL 9-8824
them.Another. Senate seat left vacant $5,000,000 worth of
by the :housing for weekdays 9 to 5
case is that of clerk in the finance depart- urban renewal persons displaced by -- ... .

ment who failed to account for $157.02 in cash, received
from a taxpayer. The Civil Service Board cleared her
saying it was the fault more of/the collection departmentthan as Why ,,, wafs.

the clerk.1tfanaRer .
Reese reversed the Board's decision .and .
fired the clerk.

Two or three other' instances are cited where Board .t ; 4
decisions were reversed by the City Manager. He claimshe ; .
has the right to operate-including the control of. em-
ployees with final authority. k'

Board members do not altogether agree with him.

They may ask the court to decide. ,


In this year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hun-

dred Sixty One. the above caption seems unthinkable.Yet .
it is a fact that right here in Dade County where the
Bible is being read daily in our schools and the Lord's S'k

Prayer recited, .there are those who it seems would like i C
to see this practice discontinued So serious are they that 1 i
the matter was taken to court. The case ended on Tuesday
and now the public awaits with interest the court's ,

Dr. Leo Pfeller attorney for parents seeking the ,end 1LE Q. What do they mean CLEAN..CLEAN..CLEAN?
of religious practices in the schools, pays the practice of

daily Bible reading, prayers and holiday celebrations A. '
amount to "Violations of Religious Liberty." ? tr e y mean that the ctls pest.brightest gin'b tonltf '

Attorney George Bolles who represents the school under/he sun is made with i
board, argued that the plaintiffs have totally failed to clean-tasting ," ) .

prove their case. I! --r2 FLEISCHMANN'SGINI /.1:: !
Circuit Court Judge J. Fritz Gordon said' he will ;

write his opinion over the weekend and announce the decisIon ImIUII.AIDCM 1 f i WJI. N .1 m> rucotNAxx BSIIUW taat,mi f0c art' ,:

early next week. ,\ >"':'Jr::' ;'

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THIS and Tonight I SATURDAY APRIL 8, 1961 PAGE 6

Phyllis Wheatley> Cat etorium
1; ".
l '." d, will be the scene of Sigma Gama
... \ k >''' I Rho'a!! RhOmania' l Ball :tonight at
r:4 THAT' : \ .'\, gr.' :.' ri'J... j '8 p.m.. All teenagers Are,,Uxyltedto
i ',;"- : come out and trance to" thqmush

,. :;.; 4f.' t\ ; of Billy' RqKe: and htt ort a
chestra.Gci '
; By RUTH N. POLITE ) . .
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i\\EAnI\ SPEAKS. Somerset ber of yeara Mrs., James Reid 7

jtMaagham wrote: "There was a has tried every conceivable

{merchant In Bagdad, who sent means to entice her sister,, and .
"his servant to market to buy her husband, Mr. and Mrs Mack I

;;provisions,' and. In a little while Wolst of Camden ,S. C., to* Visit ,. '
,,';the.,servant came back, white these p .rts. I can not tell. you j ', 'i
i' and trembling'' and said: 'Master how pleased she was when they -
;Just now when I was Inthe market came down during the Easter A f
0, place I was jostled by a season for a breath of 'magic
woman In a crowd, and when I city spring air. Included, 'in the m +
turned I saw it was Death that Easter dinner, were out of Downers

.4. Jostled me. She ooked at me.- Atly,. and Mrs. ChesteV:' 'Oillespie -
and made a threatening gesture. of Cleve and Obid. Mr. '

Now, lend me your horse, and 1 and Mrs. Reid were so hospit- '','
will ride away from the city ab'e! that the Wolsts just might ; .
...d aold my fate. I will go to consider taking up residence ''_

3am,rra, and there Death wit here. II
.ot find me. The merchant Knm :
Amid : : ,
| throng were
.' u s hoisa, and he dug his
eon Eugenia M. Drown, principal e' 9 9R
-.3 l1..U.tIt. flan,;s, and 03 fast
at th.. hors3 could gallop, he Charles, Brooks. Dr. H.
ames prten, .Chappie James
.1" .. ih u the merchant wentA

.. n n to, tae market place, and Thelma loblnson S. Small Annie Mao -, .. .....-.-. ..... .....
':!.a"* m. .tending in the Darden da 'Graham a member of
..l'\'d, and he came to me, and iVhlte :"EJa Jones, Louise Ray, the, senior class at Booker T.
nd the Nathaniel!
i l: 'W by did you make a If Davlses, all Washington High School, is another .
> Jacksonville
u .r:*t nlng gesture to my servant Mrs. Davis, Y- contestant aspiring for the
Ten drrector
when you saw him tl1lcmOl'nlng1' lister YMCA is the crown in tonight's Coronation
of the
Rev. Mr. Wooden
'That was not a Ball
)f the Church of the Trans-
iu. a.ealnj gesture said. 'It I
Iguration in Opa Locka .
was only a start of surprise 1 Talked Contestant For
by the 'way of the tele-
was astonished him in
to see shone, to two tine feathered .
Bagdad, for I had: an appoint+ rlends, LOUIS KING and Little MissRhomania
meat w'th" him tonight In Sa.mural' 'ERS BRADHAM. The KEN', I Sammy McKinney, one of the

'JEDY MUMFORDS had as their many guests who attended last
louse guests the' EARL WARES '; year's attraction, and who will BIRTH
All of us have the same ap tad the DOYD brothers, Char es I I also be seen at this year's Mrs. Inez de la Pena Sweeting

polntment in Samarra of some, nd Henry from Pensacola, The'' ..{,:'"" I "Night In Nassau," which will of 16351 NW 18th placo, Opa'
soon, other late, but none u ,
Lloyds are the brothers of Mrs. I be held on next Sunday, April Locka, is doing ntco'y after the
can avoid it. We read about conditions Mumford. It r., 16 at 9 at the lIar.
In was good to have .' p.m. em 'birth of a son on Easter morning '
In Laos, in Africa leen SHIRLEY Square Club. As has been the
CUR April 2 In tho Ohrhtlnn
closest: R'
Cuba. Cuba is our TIS the nut executive secretary case since Its beginning, another Hospital. The Easter Bunny ar-
neighbor. We live with her be ,t FSTA. I wish that there was capacity crowd is expected at rived 8:11 a.m, and significantly
side us. and end in her em pace enough to the annual unique entertainment
mention all the enough, weighed 8 Ibs. and 11
brace. We feel sorry for the grand people who attended F which features a series of oz. at birth Although the new
people, living under the bombs, !<'ST A. [, fun.making events, Including a arrival has not as yet been nam

waiting for their appointmentwith square dance and grand march, ed, It is indicated the mother
death. REGIONAL MEETINGS. At, r. ''a barefoot calypso content!! one will tag him Junior, In any case

The Intelligent man realizes tending the Southern Regional solid hour of calypso and Bahamian It Is the request of the baby's

death Ls the inevitable heritageof meeting of Delta Sorority, In At novelty music and many paternal grandmother, Mrs. Hen
every living thing. lie cannot lanta, Ga., at Clarke Collegewere other attractions reminiscent of rletta Sweeting that her grandson .

avoid It, no matter what his Mrs. Cora Culver and Mrs. customs o{ the Bahamas Islands. carry tho name of Kennedy,
wealth or prestige or influence, Annette McNeal. More than 200 Yt Xe Admission Ls advance $1.25 and In honor of the nation's prcsl.

nor set the time for it. So, he accepts delegates and visiting Deltas door $1,50, and advance tickets dent.Mrs.
I it; as a step toward an ad heard the keynote address delivered are now on sale ,at the Knlgnt Sweeting is the wife of
vancement Into eternity. The by the eminent Benjamin Beat and Harlem Square. You Staney: Sweeting, popular pub

servant of the Dagdad merchant Mays, president of Morehouse may also make your table reservations lic relations consultant and
'. at the Knight Beat, of Miami.
was not an intelligent man. lie llege. Mm. Maggie McDowell newspaperman

thought he could avoid death by of Memphis, Tenn., was appointed ---------.-
running from It and he ran the new director of the region
straight toward It. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity --.- .
met on the campus of NOHA JEAN WILLIAMS tE ,
During recent years, folks Alabama. State College in, Mont-
have come to look on violent toraery. Representing the' local Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority
death as the usual thing. A man Kappas were Kelly C. Wilson I culminates Its MLss Rhomania
may be khled in his office-his and Frank "Flaps" Jones. The contest for scholarship on Friday
family in their home and National Conclave will be heldIn April 7 at 7:30: in the Phyllis

though his friends are sad, they Miami, 1964, Wheatley Cafetorlum. A t. cn
are not surprised, since It'could age ta.ent show and fashion:

not be regarded as an unexpected A TURN-ABOUT-BIRTHDAY review highlight the evening.
Following the climaxing event,
happening.It *
CELEBRATION. April 4, II the
the crowning of both "Miss no.mania" \ -
natal day of Atty. Olllispie andMrs.
is not reasonable to assume Maude Reid. Last the contestants, will be a ,
that what we do here on Reids hosted the birthday celeVatlon. teen age ball with music by Billy
earth is the fce-a.l) and end.all ol This the Oillesplei Rolle. The public is Invited.
human kind. Our days are too year Come out and support us In our N lahN
*ave a family dinner and invited JftlIs .
short; our achievements are too 'ho Reids. The place was Mrs. efforts for Greater Service,
few. I do not know any mOll Maude Bell's dining room. Greater Progress.
than anyone else about wba

lies beyond. There can hardly bl HAPPY WEDDING Annlvermry -

a doubt that something does lit Greetings: Mr. and MM."lenry TONIGHT 8:30 ui w" qqw
ahead, and it must be bette. Daniels, April 9; Mr. and .r w 4
than the .sort of world human '(rl. Claude Adside, April 12.
ty has made for Itself. Thl.. 'Sing Out Dance In'

might be a marvelous world,
r Northwestern High School
but it Is not, because of our HAPPY BIRTHDAY Greetings
selfishness and greed and to: Rev John L. Johnson, Mrs. Auditorium

thought easnws. So, if there is Dorothy Wallace, April 6; EricA. IT'S
a better one ahead why should McQueen, Irene P. Johnson, TERRIFIC! !

r we bother too much about leas Jeffrey B. Johnson, Datie Alexander HBe *MMMN nmM
ing this one? Aprl 71 Calvin C. WIlcox BMHHil WiHBn n
Sr., Ruth Marshall Robin
The best way, it seems to me, D. Bloomfle'd, Bragg Turner, QualityPhotography
Is to live life to the full and April '78; Josie M. Jonas, Pleas 5

get as much out of It as you ant Strapp, Mattie Newton, Os
can but not to worry about I wald Smith, Irene Straughter
the appointment In Samarra. Georgette Campbell, April 9;
You will have to kelp It some Helen T. Ellen Jane) Keller, DONE BY vaIn

time or other, and you wl.1 not Rache. Williams, Marie Roberts, .. ..,
have anything to say about the hare E. Drown April 10; Elijah .. .r"v /'., f

time either. Maybe the day and Child, Arthur Coverson, v:4', ,,';' .
the minute of our pausing has Ezekiel nolle., Sybil Farquhar- '.7' ,;, ,
been set for some time out of san, Alyce Dixon Margaret S '
mind, as the fatalists believe. Sharp, April lit Jewel R. Johnson t Fine
Maybe It comes quite by accidentNo April 12.THOUGHTFOR. Whiskey. .

one can say. But since it Is ... .' }

Inevitable there Is no use being FLEISCHMANN'SistheBl6buy
afraid of It. Perhaps someday
"Doing an injury puts .you be.
you may greet the Dark
enemy; revenging onemake4jon
.Lady aj a FRIEND.
: but even with him; !
forgiving It set you above
'BETH FRIDY of East Orange, him." aE ? !i Itj

1 :N.J. Mrs. Frldy was here to visit t..,
her sister Mrs. Josephine -

+< M&07: principal of Cast Opa Something'to"Sell?: Johnson of Miami PROOF whv/
,Locks Elementary and a nephew.of go ,
Leroy P. Dtnnla of Richmond
Fo/You; 409 N.W. 17th Street '
W'll Sell it !
Heights. The group took time out .:..
of their busy live to Journey to r Phone FR 7-2294 BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF 08% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS

:their former home Appalachacola.4be ''Advertise THE PLEIf CHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY

; seafood city for *J >atnMVO' T lL, I ttta.. eor I

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i PRICES GOOD Wed. Thur. Fri. Sat. & Sun., April 5th thru 9th
PILLSBURY-Plain or Self Rising-With $5 Order

:j Fryers 29c' FLOUR 5 Lbs 390 '

.! v ,.x.-................. ,.,
f COLD BEER Cold Beer at
,6 1 24 Hours GIANT PfCG. 39 all times .
i Day and Night
-e- Liver Lh- 290
., QuantityRights I : We cash payroll
Checks for yourconvenience
..:' Reserved 3 LBS. j
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if.: NEW CROP .

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and MEA BALLS 4 for

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.. > -- ,,--- Veterans of Foreign $4 MILLION
Wars, Opa Locka Post 6693, Billy Graham's Crusade has HOUSING
will hold their installation: of aroused much discussion, both
officers at Liberty Square Com pro and con. It is regrettablethat
munlty Center, 6306 NW 14th some have belittled his

.r ave. on Saturday evening, April work. STUDY URGED
8, at 8 p.m. Installing officers I HERE
will be Sal Pllsco, 5th District, I believe he 1 Is sincere in his

Comm, officer; Sol Hursh, 6th labors. Every sincere effort to .
Dlst. Special Aide-de-camp dep mendable. Truth Is everywhere, A study that could lead to a
uty and 5th Diet president of bring peop'e back to God Is com $4-mlllion-doaar slum rehabilitation DAUGHTER ELKS
the Ladles Auxiliary, Pearl De and should be accepted where- program here was agreedto
lia a v. ever it is found, even if it comes Monday by city officials and
It is a real show In Itself to from individuals or from representatives of a municipal DANCE SUCCESSBy
see these women In uniforms and churches or creeds other than employees' union.
with flags our own. Dt. Wilhelmenin JohnsonOn
present themselves:
The American Federation of
and This a VFW Post for Installation Isaac Watts said, "Sieze upon State, County and Municipal Em Friday, arch 24 the Daughter -

looked forward annual installation to is truth, wherever it is found; ployes, AFIX3IO, said It could Elks of Greater Miami turn-
by all the amongst your friends, amongst obtain between $3,500,000 and
posts in the district. ed out about 90 per cent to celebrate -
your foes, on Christian or on $4 million to construct multiple-
x Admission is free and refreshments heathen their 17th anniversary at
ground; the flower's unit housing here if the pro
All will be served. divine where'er It grows." ject proved to ,be economically the Harlem Square. Dt. Sarah
Foreign War Veterans and
their guests are cordially invit Those who make a true, lasting feasible. Smalley was general chairmanand
decision to let God rule their Goal of the union would be to was assisted by a large com-
mittee who stuc'c: closely: to her
ed.Who lives will, as they grow in spirituality provide low-cost housing for
Will be Queenof make the wonderful discovery those made homeess: by slum to see that there would be no
Charming and talented, MI. that the spiritual ones of clearance and loose screws. All goes wel so it's
expressway construction -
I ami's own Cynthia S. McKenzie Alpha Chi Pi all religions are really of one congratulations to Dt. Smalley
traveled to Orlando March 23- religion. and her committee who cooperated -
25 to attend the ninth annual Omega Sorority? The 'projects would be financed together. Very consplclouswas
convention of the Florida State ---- William Penn clarified this with Federal Housing Admin- Dt. Bertha Lewis and Dt.
Student Council Association with his words "All humble' : istration funds for a 40'year Myrtle Davis, past daughter
Having served as the associa meek, merciful, just, pious and period, union leaders said. They I rulers. They werecal'ed to come
tion's first presadent-elect whi'e devout souls are everywhere of said that once the mortgages I forward and take a bow.
attending Dooker T. Washington one religion, and when death were paid off the land and build
High School, Mrs. McKenzie 1 .y has taken off the mask, they ing would revert to the union A purse was presented! to Dis
was chosen to deliver the key will know one another, thoughthe and be used for housing retired trict Deputy, founder and or-
of Greater Miami
note address and spoke on, "The divers liveries they wear union member .
Temple, Dt. White thank the
make them "
Student Council Meets strangers
the Chal
City Commissioners daughters for their generosityand
)lenses of the : promptly
Soaring 60's '
Through Preparation Service When we seek truth earnestly urged further study of the pro stated It was just what she
and Leadership." and whole heartily, the veils of ject. The union said it will send needed.
truth is one. Then we will be its housing experts here to make
Through the years, Mrs. McKenzie a differences will fa'l' for the study. The daughters are still! mourn
was chosen! to deliver the prepared to gather into one flock: ing the passing of Dt Mao Las-
keynote address and spoke on led by the One True Shepherd slter and turned out In Jargei

the topic "The Student Council Until that time, let us look with LIONS GIVE numbers to the final rites.
Meets The Challenges! of the joy on all: efforts to call men
Dt Ann Bryant Is one of themost
Soaring 60's back
Through Preparation to God.
Serine BOY active daughters Greater
and Leadership. NEW EYE
Miami has ever known. I will
Through the years, Mrs. McKenzie toll you more about this go-
has been well known Four-year-old Vernon Bradley getter and great hustler very
throughout the state of Forlda: r's has two eyes again, even though 'soon
for her unusual ability of preparing he can see out of only one of
delivering!, and roachinour r them Tho temple voted to changeits
young people through means place of meeting back to
Vernon who lives 331
of a talk. After four years of at SW Atlas home. The night will be
college training at Xavier Unl 1------ HUIIY CASTELOWANTONUTTK I II } 7th ave., Homestead, lost his'' same as before, second and
right eye a month when a' '
of fourth
verslty Louisiana (B.A degree 1HJ1" Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.
... rifle he and
a child
) and four years of service in For the best In -
Dade were playing with discharged ac Dt. Deputy Marie White flewto
our County schools, she hair weev visitor cidentally.
still the Jacksonville to be In attendance
possesses dynamic -
call the Mcxi l
at the Baptist Women
and unlimited: energy Doctors at Jackson Memorial
that made her t-rnlstlc Beaut Convention. Sho will be loaded
an outstanding I Hospital found his eye socket so
individual and we are happy 'talnn. Hair badly damaged that no trans with finance through the sale

and proud to report that she has wee.r covers plant of a living eye was possible. of rummage for her ocmmltte.
scored success once again.In daughters, we jumped in
bald spots,, A story of and helped her even If she does
the accident in The
witnessing!! the growth of
thickens) and| Herald have'a lot ofenergy.
the organization from less than brought quick interest
100 to more than a 1,000 Mrs. lengthens tho,' from Milton Fischer, chairmanof Applications are coming in Dt.
McKenzie 1s urging all junior hair and the*! the Red'and District Lions' Rler Taylor has a reconstruction

and senior high schools in Dade I I hair can be Club sight-saving committee. program and again al of Miami
County to secure active men Fischer found that the will have the pleasure of attending
bership in the association, and styled beautiful)*!ly.Modernistic Mrs. Hattie Bradley, a the Five Hundred Tea on
bv doing BO, we ,will prove to Beauty Salon domestic worker, had no funds Mothers Day and witnessing and
Miss EWe T. Sutton, our founder 826 N.W. 3rd Ave. to pay for an artificials eye. Ho ''olttenlng to a classical program.So .
that her efforts and faithin arranged for the Lions to under much Is in store for the
us have not been in vain. FR ,,4-9944 write the cost as they do for daughters of Greater Miami Let
The training and opportunities try many needy children with eye us keep the faith,
afforded the 4/ BA1JJE. COLLINS Technician problems.
by association
1 The fourth Sunday In April
?a IU MYnA K. FANNIN, Prop.
are to none and Its rewards
k the daughters will worship at

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TIMES ADS a must or $1.00 If you are
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well-planned future laid out for 3 ,Brand New DON'T COST sa.utlng Dt Ida Mae Fuller and
us, founded on bloodshed and Miss Antonette Jerico of Coconut -I THEY PAY Dt Darts Ilozler.
courage. Our youth of today and Orove and Mrs. Ruby Liberty City Homes
our leaders of tomorrow are the Castelow of North Miami Beachare
belt guards against the collapse: hopeful contestants for the OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M.
of this well-planned future. honor. The winner will be roy
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through education rority's
-education "Cotton Dress Daneante"In
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f Baker's Liberty City's Grove.p.m. at Music the Club by Blllie 77, Coco Rolle OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

his orchestra.. Free prizes
IP j Corner was the

,. ,,, Treetop ter Parade\as Sunday away, $1.00 advance, at :, '" ,STARTS FRIDAY '"'
.x at .
, sale .
$1.25 Tickets on :
,. The band :
.,4i'{' with George Travel Bureau Miami;
Chips t BILL
Je d tenor, Ray Miller on Pharmacy
Nebb Richmond Heights Drugs.
Chick on
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From the streets and bar ( i
!is. Other participants- q. '
I"j gret Glasper, Ruth FOR SALE of Hong Hone's brawling. teeming .+ 1 '
" district comes
i Ie I I" Rosade, Petty :I most Wanchai different,.tender and touching 1 }'
dine Saunders $800 DOWN I R i.r i.
of our time I
love story 't .
I Ii veaux. The\ crown
i Lewis was the talk FHA payment, 2-bed- I Sterl "M'r .
Florida room, tiled a 1 rr
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near school and shop '

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her brother Masons, : A TALE OF PLUS
Matron and all
any way helped Beauty parlor .,
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Six students from Mays High'
School received awards from the ,' ,
Florida South Regional Science ) t4'I.
__ Fair held at Dinner Key Audi' }
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l+twrb torium March 2225. There were
___ two superior awards, three excellent ) ,

and one honorable mention F' r .

Senior High Division: Der x ,
rick Bryant, Superior; Gloria I/
Payne, Excellent; Margaret _
Singleton Excellent; Antolntte
L Major, Honorable Mention. _
: Junior High: Doris Warren, _
Superior; Alexander Pope, Ex- _
cel.ent. -

These students worked on different -' _
research projects _
+ Margaret Singleton, a senior e y 11., *g Ya
k .% o y F who was also chosen by the Her
ald to be featured In the Young
Scientists Column worked for
two school terms on "The Effects
of Thorazine on Rats." She used $ r we
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one rat as a control and placedthe
other under experimental
t'k : conditions the first year of the
{ Y experiment she charted the rats
activities and studied the re
suits to draw general conclualons. t ,
She continued with the it
Y same procedure the second year, 1 I ,
but at the end of the experiment i
she dlsected both rats, under .
-r ,. .
supervision, and comparedthe
/ internal organs for possible
damage by thorazlne. From observation .
she noted possible ,
-- I damage. She is looking forwardto .
Amid an array of palms the bride's nephew was ring receiving a pathological re
standing vases of white flowers bearer. port from the organs for a final
ferns and tapering white burn The attendants were dressedin conclusion. Her advisor was Mrs. 1 i\o: .
ins candles, St. Paul AME' street-length dresses of turquoise Margaret H. Wright, head of
Church was the scene Wednes satin shoes They carried the science department and biology 4114E ,FFECtS ,AND TREATMENT '
day evening, March 29 of the boqtfcts' oT white carnations and teacher 1 S I
marriage of Miss Gloria May murasyrhe slower girls wore Derrick Bryant, a sophomore, : : OFbIA8L1() '
Bravnon to Raymond Julian long.aqua organza dresses, white worked on "The Physical and .. ......,-_ "
Robinson. hats And, shoes and carried white Mental' Effect of Thorazlne." lie '"
Miss Braynon is the daughter baskets filled with rose petals worked on the Mental Effects by : ""
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of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bray Lloyd Johnson served as best using a maze with the rats. Ills :r'' ] \ : :.
non Sr., prominent citizens of man The ushers were Charles advisor was Mrs. Nettle C. Dove, r .....'.. ... :
this city. Mr. Robinson is the Baker, Jimmy Washington, biology teacher. I"
son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leonard Ivey and William Mac. Gloria Payne's project was a to !' ,
Robinson Sr., of Philadelphia key.Mrs "Determining Memoglobln," She I
Preceding the ceremony, nup- Edward Braynon, mother did the hemoglobin of members ,
tial music was provided by Tim of the bride, wore a beige or of her class and also worked .
othy Savage music instructor of ganza sheath covered partially with the blood of mice. Her advisor III'- Idf 'I} Ik ]yl
Bpo'ter T. Washington High with chantilly lace, and a white ,was Mrs- Margaret, H. ,
Schoo: 'Mrs. Ida D. Davis, sang orchid. Wright.
the "Lord's Prayer" by Sanley Mrs. Robinson Is an alumna Antoinette Major's projectwas
Mi'lotte. t o.t Booker T.. Washington High "The Effect and Treatmentof
The Rev M. J_ 'Fayson performed and Talladega College, a member Diabetes." She did several
the double ring cere of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, kinds of tests on the urine from
mony. Business and Professional Girls 15 students Her advisor was
The bride was given in mar Club of YWCA. She traveled Mrs. Margaret H. Wright.
rlaee by her t brother, Dr. Ed- abroad in 1955 and studied ro Doris Warren, a 7th grader,
ward J. Braynon Jr. mance languages at the Sore worked on the Effect of Fertilizers : ]
She attired borne in Paris. She is _
was in a gown of employedas on The Growth of Onion
white organza over tafetta witha a teacher of French and She used the conventional meth Top: Antoinette Major workng Bottom Student and teach-
gathered full skirt picked up Spanish at BTW High School od of fertilizing: plants and also era observing Antoinette Major's
in front and edged with laced Mr. Robinson, a native of by Injection with a hypodermic on n urine tent for her pro I project which won an honorable I
which terminated in a cathedral Philadelphia: Is a product of the needle Her advisor was Lonnie ort on the effects and treatment mention In the Fair.-Thompson
length train. With it she worea city schools and studied engi- B. Walker, science teacher, ot dll\ook-, I photo.
tulle veil attached to a crown neering at Temple University
of needed pearls, and carried a He is a commercial pilot for
bouquet of white cymbidium orchids Argentine Airlines. DWI
and stephanotis attachedto An elaborate reception was
a white Bible." held for families and friends at "
Mrs. Bettye Braynon Sharpe. the bride's parents home in the ttEMAylOb11 Ultt9M tiait/l f'' '
the bride's cousin was matron of Liberty City area. Mrs. Ruth
honor. She wore a short length Culmer and Mr. Dorothy liar
aqua organza dress with match rls registered guests. Mrs. Willie t H 1110 trrlGrs; 0 N.R a' q 4 ,.:*
ing head band and shoes. The Mae Heastle, Mrs Mabel Glover (. rn ;
other attendants were Mesdames and Principal Charles Williams "1'J 1 Mt
Billye Ivey, Rosyn: Bethel, Ger assisted In directing the weddings t1p : '! ,
I I trude Bush, and Jo Ann Walk t ;
er. The flower girls were DanaD. Floral decorations were furnished oN
Chapman and Sharmayne by Perry's Florist of Mi I

Thomas. Harold Braynon Jr., ami. .....,J-. ,


THUGS GET I Alexander Pope, a 9th grader, .
1 a .rg
worked on the Effect of Soft
Drink on Teeth. He used human 1 r< r
g, I 't
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$1,600 IN HOLDUP I teeth and did a survey of students r- L"
r In the school who had had
In a holdup., Monday two thug t tooth ache or bad teeth extracted
stole $1,600 from a Tamlaml during this term. His results Ottrrr
Trail restaurant.The were charted and graphs were
bandits, armed with a made. ilLs advisor was Mrs. Miriam ,
shotgun, barged into the backdoor Pratt, science teacher, a'COMVQSIit0N MO; IVhc '
of St. Glair's Restaurant, There were 15 entries from 91 1lt elOoo r' t t tsr;
6910 SW 8th st., shortly after Mays In the Fair, eight from
9 p.m. Sunday. the senior high and seven from
the Junior high school. The entrants '
They herded Newell Williams, not shown are Rosetta .I14!
assistant manager, and two employees Troup, Mae Dean Demon, Lee ,
to the sate and ordered Brown, Grate Ship, Edward
Williams to open it. Wl'Ilams Cohen, Rosie Jonas, Carolyn
obeyed and the bandits escaped Howard and Columbus Brown, ,

with $1,600.Seal The science department and Y.
students express their thanks to T'iIL
various departments at the Unl

Sale $166,903The verslty of Miami, especially the ; 1
Pharmacology Laboratory on r
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South campus, the Pathology
of $166,903 was contributed
sum 75,000 Dade Laboratory at Jackson Memorial Top?left: Margaret Slngfctnn Top rights. Gloria Payne Hclence 11alr.DottolQ .
Conntlan by In almost the 1960 Tuberculosis Hospital and some personnel from young scientist choetr by the beam after the final Judging;
for her work the when she observes right: Student andteacher
Christmas Seal Campaign, the Medical Research Building, Herald on project her excellent
other laboratory technician and "The Effect of Thonulno awanL I from Mays observing
Just ended. March 31. according
Mattie Delia Davis, doctors from this area for the on Rat*" which wa rated a* ex* Derrick Bryant' project which:
president to Judge of the Dade County service rendered In hatpin the eelient in the South Florida Ito Bottom lefti Carolyn Pavi observe I won a' superior rat1 ..r.1'homplOD

Tuberculosis Association. students with their project fional Science Fair, her reject in the Regional pbotoc. ;..'

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'i. 'r LIBERTY CITY broader afforded conception and of training opportunities required DUNBAR ELEMENTARYPupils Parents Urged to Register

a '. to qualify as workers in at Dunbar held their
FOLLOW TILE SUNSET such occupations. This will assist annual Easter Parade on Tues
,'" IS COMING students in overcoming some day evening. An array of Easter
\ .. M John Rainey, Irene Edward, of the diflcultlfes Involved in attire was modeled by pupils Nearest SchoolMarch
.' : Rosalind Smith Anthony Burns choosing their careers. during the commentaries.The Children at
I and rest of the cast: "The Easter James M. Simmons, principal; second'' presentation of
1)) Rabbit," gave command per. D. Boone, school reporter; Sylvester scenes and music of Holy Week
i formances last Sunday oVer ata- Cooks, NFA reporter. was given by 5th and 6th grade 15 the superintendentof we don't want our children to
j : tlon WMBM, thus marking the pupils on' last Thursday Tnorning Dade County public schools attend segregated schools. The
I birth of the achool's. Children and afternoon. Michael Hamilton sent home with 'each pupil a let Supreme Court says they don't
i i' Theatre. I am so thrilled to be GROUP PLAN served as M. C. and general ter to the parent telling them have to and we don't want themto.
allowed to associate with such narrator. A special singing group that they may go to the school .
promising young thespians. STUDY ANDTRAVEL led the assembled pupils in four that their child now attends and
Teachers: E. Wells, J. Fields, numbers. Marcia Guion, Jessie sign a Parent School Preference Mark the dates now April
I, Parker and L. Conner, along Fobbs and Rozlna Cooper gave 17 to the 21st. Go to your child
with a few of Mrs. Wells' crea OF brief meditations. "The Holy Card during the week of April rends school and request the Pa
.. five pupils, deserve a large City" and "The Old Rugged 1721. All parents whose child rent School Preference Card and
"cercl beaucoup" from the LCE MEXICOMembers Cross" were sung as solos by ren are now attending, schools ask that your child be permittedto
family for having designed and Mrs. Ann Smith and Mrs. Janie more distant from their homes attend the school nearest his
constructed "fantabulous" dis of the Ransom Flowers. Mesdames Boyer, Oates than the schoolsnearby are urgedto home.
play at the Dinner Key Conven School of Coconut Grove, have and Flowers assisted with the go to the ,school their children

announced their plans for an overall presentation.On are now attending and requestthe 2SUNCHEPARK
tion.We eight week study and travel last Tuesday at 1 p.m. wasa Parent School Preference
'j took our hats off to station Because of the Easter holiday
tour of Mexico for the coming special time for all 6th grade
WMBM Sunday In fact, I witnessed extending through the first Mon.
j summer. The tour will: be opento pupils. It was then that they
many a hat being ta- In Almost seven years ago the day of April, the regular month.
all high school age boys were given their first formal in
en off. How could one help but Florida, in addition to regular troductlon to the "Little School"of Supreme Court of the United ly meeting of the PTA has been
do the same, since the Easter postponed. This meeting will be
Ransom students. Booker T. Washington! High States said that "separate was
J.' Egg hunt a massively monu held on Monday, April 10, 8 p.m.
School. For 40 minutes the en not equal" and ru'ed! that
mental medley of "egged" ex includea in the cafetorlum. li is
Highlights of the tour hoped
listened to denied to
tire group looked at, who have been entry
periences were enjoyed by all six-week summer .school in of the be that all parents will attend BO
and read about some schools may not segregatedby
who Visited the Sunday Soiree. Guanajuato, Mexico, with daily that preparations for the eighth
people who will help them to adjust law or by practice. It is lime
Thanks, WMBM, for another morning classes in beginning, in as 7th graders next fall. In Dade County that children annual Spring Tea can be com
.. victory. termediate and advanced Span Mrs. Mayme Williams, guidance schools because they were all pleted. The tea is always a huge
Now that Easter has come, and ish, arts and crafts, music and success and indications are that
chairman, Introduced' Mr Ivey, white now be given the opportunity -
gone just 12 ,months away, folklore. Afternoon and evening this year will be the best yet.
curriculum assistant; Mrs. Jami to enroll in those schools.
our darlings are all glassy eyed activities will include special tutoring of Edwards Make it a "must" on your social
son, dean girls; Mr. ,
g and bubbling over with the,spirit sessions frequent planned dean of boys; Miss Roberts, a There are areas in our commun schedule for April 24. ,
of learning. excursions and socials, the bul: ity where Negro children live virtually
counsellor James Ervin, senior
April Is our month. Just incase ; The newness and beauty of
fights, concerts, outdoor theatre across the street from
and president of the Student
you have forgotten, the and sports. The group will have Council; and the president-elte, white schools. There is no reason spring makes for a pleasant at.
Fine Arts Conservatory is pre mosphere of friendly competitionas
exclusive use of the Antloch College Pupil Aslgnment Law or
Jacqueline T. Williams, a former
senting its annual recital April the pupils for interschool .
Student Center, used by Dunbar pupil. Another for no Pupil Assignment Law why
7. Our Monthly PTA is scheduled spelling: bees between
Antloch College of Ohio as residence Dunbar Cecelia Law. this condition should continue.
mer pupil,
for April 11. And the tea East Opa Locka
I" for its Winter Term in Elementary and
; the PTA's Tea is scheduled for"I renee, was presented as an out. Rainbow
IJ Mexico program. One of the things we as parents Elementary.
standing 7th grader.An .
this month. Let's help to make have to say when we are accorded While each hopes to be the victor .
April a Ltberty City Elementary In. addition, the group will ETV pupil committee developed a hearing under the Pupil none can lose, for such activity
I April Month. spend six days and nights' in a culminating skit for Aslgnment Law in response to carries its own reward for
Unit IX
i Mrs. Mary F. Williams, princi Mexico City, exploring this modern on the Netherlands and our request that our children at I pupils achieving the goal of
pal Denis R. Thomas IV metropolis and its ancient Belgium that was quite liffer-
; report.er. tend the nearest school is that competitive participation.
tnvirons overnight in Cuerna-
ent.The Rosetta Vickers
Dunbar reporter
family was p1p.R.s'ed
vaca and Taxca, week ends in
to have Cora Culver Sylvia Lambert, principal
MAYS HIGHDo and Mrs.
San Miguel Allende Morella
u Jolllvette: ETV teacher, In at. number, you .should contact a
and Lake Patzucuaro, and three member of the DOT Club ,NEED MONEY
tendance at the
Regional meet
you ever pause for a minute
days and nights In Acapulco with
to think of how difficult it boating, deep-sea fishing and ings of their respective social North Dade High immediately.This $25 to $600
is to choose a career? Well, let water sk1l1ng.I sororities. Miss, Cu'ver was dele is the original Amateur
us )bog in on' the NFA Club of gate to the Delta Sigma Theta Nlte and Parade of Stars. First Call PL 8-3653
1 .Mays and get a sampling .of Tour leaders are Paul Cleaver, Regional in Atlanta. Mrs. Jolli second and third prizes will be IDEAL
", what the members of this club I master in Spanish and Mrs. Elea. vette attended Alpha Kappa Alpha offered in several areas of com LOAN
have found out about tie topicof nor Torrey.. registered nurse Regional in Tallahassee. petition. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
"Choosing Careers." I both of the Ransom School. Mr. -- - -
j For the past few weeks 'students -Cleaver has studied and travel-
in VAI; have been .studying led widely in Mexico, and Mrs.
about careers in agriculture, In Torrey, the mother ,of two school For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-'Call
,order to cope with \ the; many age sons, has been staff nurse
facets of this field, the class for the past five years in Camp
was divided into groups with Red Cloud in New York State.

each gathering ,information BONDED'

Total cost the eight weeksis
on a specific
occupation. 1745 which will include
Each group later reported its every I l r
findings. conceivable expense, except poc
ket money. The group will leave

"Guides in .selecting an occupation by Guest Airways from Miami on _
," was the topic reportedon June 29, and will return August COLLECTION
by the group composed of 21. Full details are available by
Rudolph Givins Jr, and Charles writing or calling Mr. Cleaver at
Hankerson. According to this the Ransom School, 2575 Main
groupone should consider such Highway, Coconut Grove, Miami
things as: annual wages that 33.
can be expected from the voca AGENCY Inc.

I tion, security offered, opportun '
ities for advancements, personal SAVE YOUR HAIR ,
qualifications, special advan
tages, and particularly object. ___ _
ional features to the occupation.It The largest collection and rental

was revealed in a study agency in the South; operating in
made,, by Jamea Mosely and lIen.

Texas ry Mitchell offers that opportunities the state of Dade and Broward Counties' '

as .
high school teachers of vocation yr1

al l ,agriculture, country agents, Negro Housing areas 1

college Instructors, government L. L. BROOKS, President
workers, and form organization
workers. These occupations offer MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
many challenging oportunities .S
to the person interested in ren 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

dering a service to mankind. BROWARD COUNTIES

"Occupation in agriculture '
communication was Robert Wil STOPTHINNING
I liams' topic "Many interesting

vocations are available for the HAIR
.I 1 person who is willing to prepare
himself in the field of agricul
ture and Journalism. The demand ITCHING SCALPt r/
for qualified
persons in t
b., ..k this field exceeds the supply by .
six to one. DANDRUFFIN
People are employed as radio
\; ) (
and television 12 OONVBNIINT LOCATIONS
> farm reporters,
market news reporters, editors .
of agricultural films! and photographers MAIN OFFICE

n 4" ," reported Williams.! WITH e 2060 N.W. 7lth ST. _....__ PL S.itt21 r 1019 N.W. Ith ST.

." : ''Vt and Farmers complicated depend industrial upon a vast system 1lve7uch.KURASOL. f SS01 GRAND AVE. .....,..,,?,,. HI I.1SS1 Ft. Lauderdale ..._. JA 4-SM7

I' \ for most of their supplies, S 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. --- NI IM4IOX
equipment and facilities. These 339 HAMMONDVILLI RD.

Industries want well-trained Iff N.W. Atntf St. 1-44W Pompano ......-.......... WI 1.SC3I
,: r people. ,Such individuals find em. Satisfaction Guaranteed

4 .'. : 1 ployment with farm machinery SoW la most drug stores and beauty 17125 HOMESTEAD AVE. 14410 N.W. 22ntf AVE.
t. _and equipment companies, food IhopL( If tot available your facility
Ptrrlne' __ Opa Leeka .
,J. processing concerns, meat and said $1.70 'for s montb'lluppll to: OE 6-t5M MU ..17

,... poultry companies, and fertlli- SABROSOL LABORATORIES

,. er companies. Box6175-Sta.BMiaretFla. 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416

A study of these and other -it
) } occupations has given students ak
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wonder; how many of ray reach, the Supreme Court was Past This Week -'A

Tiders saw the debate between.ator the South, Carolina case, which ..ji.jiAN
Jacob K. Javits of Newrk was appealed on July 20, 1961,
| and Senator J. Strom several years before the desegregation ANP FEATURE I
[urmond of South Carolina on decision of 19 U. I dlsf p .
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recently. These debates recall an NAACP regional meet F. )oGO OO } O g"-- oorfooao0APRIL

a r r 1 e d on national tee; ing held in Chareston, S. C., APRIL 2, 1796 7, 1922 I'!
[.Ion at regular intervals on several years ago, and contrary Toussalnt L'Ouverture was appointed Colt Charles Young, highest
stlons of great importance to Senator Thurmond, I talked commander.in'chief of ranking Negro In the U. 8. I
Id concern to all Americans are with many Negroes there who 'd. French forces in St. Domingo. Army during this period died in f
cost, in my opinion, required were fighting hard for an end '.. : Liberia.
wing for those who want to to segregation! # ; r APRIL 2, 1907 APRIL T, 1909 I

low about both sides of ques- ... '.. .. '. ; Josephine Baker, a star on Matthew H. Benson Negro !
bns of national importance. OLD CUSTOMS NOT I the Paris stage for more than adventurer and explorer, mad
huSING BILL ENOUGH .>. ..'. .'., ,.,. } ,. ;', ... ', 'r: :.. 25 years, was born in St. Louis, the dash to the North Pole with t!
will I" I 1
give Senator Thurmondsome ; Mo.
Admiral Perry. He was award
debate in question was measure of respect, $ .'i."" !'>W' '\\o ;); :. APRIL 3, 1850 ed the Congressional Medal of
(Lrerned The with federal housing though, for having the courageto I -.-.."1.. .. -.Jo, ."..".e-.-:. .--",,..... .{...\_-.". -:- -. Olivet Baptist Church was established Honor for the feat many year

d the matter of a bill now appear on television before Miss Evallna Williams, 1969 in Chicago. later. lIe was born in Maryland
lading I believe, regarding dlsIimlnatlon the whole nation and stating his graduate of Northwestern Senior APRIL 4, 1589 in August 1866. a' ,
in Federal housing views emotional, out dated High School and daughter of St. Denedlct the Moor, Negro
lojectfl. This question atone Is and undemocratic though they Mr. and Mrs. David Williams of saint, died. He was born in ,
1) ,t important and should be a are. The Senator must be sin 15726 NW 26th ave., has been 1526 at San Fradella, Sicily. REDUCING! -
litter of utmost concern to all cere to air his views before so selected among six students as
Inprlcans, but t must confess' IIis large an audience. nut it would an exchange student from Den APRIL 4, 1792 Lose 10 inches in 30 days
just as interested In watch appear that .sIncerity on the net College, Greensboro, N. C., THaddeus Stevens, statesman
L the behavior1, the debating Senator's part is not enough, I to Warren Wilson, College in who encouraged the 13th, 14th The secret of HOW can"byour.
Ictics, skill and the manner of and that adherence to old customs Swannanoa, N. C. aud 15th amendments to the U. for life ..
lesentation of the various and American apartheid I Miss Williams is presently vice S. Constitution, was born. Don't Delay Register Today!
ints by the two Senators. places him in the eyes of most president of the sophomore class .. .
APRIL 5, 1865 Call 'Mrs. E. Tynes -
Americans, and surely most of and religion phlltsophy Core
Again I must confess it is the world, In the unenviable and and in recent campus electionwas Dooker Washington, famous NA 1.0470 OX 1-1766
mewhat difficult for me to be deplorable position of wanting to elected treasurer of the Student educator and founder of ***
(ally impartial listening to keep the south like the Unionof Senate 1961-62 and is an Tuskegee Institute, was born in EASY METHOD
Ich a debate" My sympathies South Africa, the parish of honor roll student Virginia. lIe died Nov. 14, 1916.
with the liberal that continent. SCHOOL OF CHARM
t rally are APRIL 6, 1712 '
rson, as Senator Javits ha* The wind of change not only slaves *
Negro revolted in New 1540 N.W. 62nd St
Ins proved himself to be, just ,has risen, but is now blowing NEWrDIFFERENTfHampfon York City. S i x committed suicide ASPHONK
1 Senator Thurmond of South strongly and squarely on the 21 were executed
jiro Ina has long been well south. Discrimination of one i
town as an avid advocate of citizen against the other in the ..
[alps' rights and a die-hard seg. south because of racial prejudice I PHONE te-, +
''ationtst. is slowly but surely TELEVISION
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away by the wind of present
Even with my sympathies one history, present world challengeand Service Calls Till 9:00 p.m.
liberal side, t tried as best present national need. Those
rould to listen impartially and ,who continue to advocate bigotry r- ir Can buy a TV set on time
peck the debating points and or prejudice against citizensof '
buttalg of each man. And ate the United States in the face Pay as LOW as $4.00 per week I
end of the debate, Senator of the Constitution, the Dill of House '
wits, to my mind, won it with Rights and the Supreme Court See UI at 915 N.W. 62nd Street
any points to spare. will be left by the wayside after AND VILLAS
mWtALTSM VERSUS the wind has passed. Petty self-

FACTION interest, unjust local custom or 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. LIBERTY SALES
Insular views when confrontedby
As the debate progressed, itcame present national and world
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more and more obvious
challenges will not and cannot
lat Senator Javits was the bet- long hold out against the up NOW OPEN FOR -
_r prepared, had more facts and surge of democratic action nec-
itormation at hand, was more essary for America If this country OCCUPANCYAll ......
ollectrd and logical, and argu wishes to maintain her po Not a> Palm Readier Not a Fortune Teller l

It his points from a more na sition as leader of the free air conditioned Not a Rootman Not God Either But
!onal and democratic l tevel. Sen world.
tor Thurmond, on the other Swimming pool JUST A GOD SENT MAN

and was the perfect personlfiUlon Dining roomConvention Rev. Shepherd BogaetorsDo
: of the Southern politician '- --. 'hall
ruing to stand firm on a plat ,. you ham a problem?
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'arm of states' rights but miss New Home 0 Intimate cocktail lounge .r''S'.., ''''"'""" ......", iluelnesa Dad, Msrrtageor

i 1'" his footing every time the SPECIAL High hotel standards Failing, Can't win the man

-hate got beyond the borders of DELUXEI I Kitchenette Apts. woman you love, Been
oath Carolina. 1073 NW 64th St. Single and double rooms Crossed Need Money,

H'story and world events Open Sun. 4-6 p.m. home 12+ verj.thing Going Wrong?
Make this motel
and time
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larches on, but the Southern CAPPER CONST. CORP.
flvocatps of state' rights are away from home r Your Husband or Wife?
tI 1 back in 1865, and no near INDF
r a comprehension or under SHOPPING CENTER Want a New Home or Car?

tending, it would seems, of na
lona1 unity! purpose or demo BUS STOPS AT MOTEL s -

ratlc ideals than they were one ''w +
undred Large parking area
years ago. Overnight RoomsCost
Never before in the historyof
To tell the truth, I was more 4200 N.W. 27th AvenueNE
Less Miami have so
embarrassed watch
han a little r pople een ,helped by this
n Senator Thurmond. evade the AtJamaica ;3-0611 great wonder man.
*ilte use worn out argumentsnd I
repeat time and time again Dugie'sGUEST William Knighton, Mgr. It costs nothing to
hat Southern demogoglc favor
te of Ne<;roE'.S wanting to keep HOUSE come in and talk
esreeatton because they don't

vant any change, and they like Drive Carefully 1 FR 99138In
N.W. 47th N.W. 9th St. Apt.
the way it is. And all this in 2941 St.AS 627 ,
he face of current s1t-Ins in Key West Every Tuesday at 708 Angela StreetYOUR

1 Orangeburg, S. C., and the univoldable -
fact that the first of
Ihe school segregation cases to

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i PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 8, ,1961 CARD OF THANKSThe I Francis 4 ,

family of the late ,DEATHS ,'iMrs. Verri* Brinson of 631

", NW 6th St., apt. 4 died in Jackson
j Hospitals' ,on April 3. Services
to thank each and everyone will be held in ,Mt. Zton

r for their kindness towardUS Range Baptist Church onr/ April 11,
/ MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn "during his Illness and passing 2:30: p.m. with Rey., Edward T.
'. at the V.. A. hospital on Mrs. Martha Davis, of' 2400 Graham officiating. The body
'" loving' of loving offEJ i March 9Thanks, NW 166th Terr, died April 3 at wl'l'l be on view in the chapel
memory memory to the Funeral Monday'atternoon., Survivors
MRS. ANNA Range her residence. Mrs. Davis came Include -
who departed this life two Home, Rev.. James Picket, Rev. to Miami in 1923 from Nassau, her husband: ,, Cllnnle; a
yean : Graham friends and neighborswho daughter, Mrs. Ira Lee
4 Bahamas. Services will be conducted Brown
ago April 1959.
; sent flowers and donated two sons Lester Brinson
in and
at 12 noon Saturday
Loving Niece, EJ ,
,Mrs. Mamie Milton, : cars. Thank you one and all for the chapel. She* is survived by C; J. Brinson.

New Rochelle, N. Y : "J/ everything.The her .sons Leroy, Erwin, Georgeand Mrs.
And Friends of Miami '::1d Family Isaac; two daughters, ,Miss Frances Major of 620
Malulda Hippard, sister Frances Davis and Mrs. Agnes 1st court, died on April 4
\ ,1 Roy Hippard, Anderson Mrs. Davis is now in at Jackson Hospital. The body
IN, MF.MORIAM: ,/1" : brother-in-law repose at the funeral home. was shipped to Inman, ,S. C., for
\\ final rites. Survivors include

,.. In loving memory of our beloved rj Mrs. Frances of her husband, Charlie, her moth
mother, V Thompson !r, Mrs. Virginia Moore
: ., ,:j CARD OF THANKSThe 6834 NW 18th ave., died April daughters Nossie Marie, ,Berlin-three
< 3. She lived her for 40 years. :da and Kathy Wanda.
: family of the late, Services will be held this Satur
'\ t' I
I' day in the chapel. She is survived Infant
I / "f \ .. by her husband, Bruce, 2 Mr. and Byron Mrs. Samuel Chandler, son of
l\) stepsons, James and Samuel, a of 7236 NW 17th court died

'I'.. .. f step daughter, Mrs. Edith New his home on March :30. Gray at.
iI\t ,;. . tr kirk.: 8 grand children and sl a'side services
;# were held Friday
.y <
great grand children. Mrs. March 31.Funeral .
'A1si r Thompson is now in ,repose at
the funeral home.

t. Peter Bethel of 1742 NW 6th '

I& place died April 3 at Mt. Sinai A'SF
i 'ir Ii Hospital. Vesper services will be

he d April 14 in St. Peter's Or-
n f'R thodox Church. The this service
I the body will be taken to the
I II : M residence and remain until funeral .
time April 15 at 3' p.m, in TAT 43. VA

fry PI.i I : a s"ykr,r ,7- St. Peter's Church. Mr. Bethel

q is survived by his wife, Miriam,

a son, Rodney, a .step daughter, YS
Y t, Mrs. Annie McPhee; a step son,
t II MOTHER CATHERINE Jackie Evans, his mother, Mrs.
Rebecca Bethel, and three sisters
pA.xa ; : a : 'r.3 ';'
departed this life April 7, ,, Mesdames Marjorie BRoach .
DIANA CASH 1959, Elizabeth Albury, and

who departed this life April 2, When the heart by sorrow tried Miss Rosetta Bethel Friends may + S
1946. Feels at length its throbs subside JOSIE MILLER NOLAN call at the funeral! ..,biome) at 1
Sweet are the memories that Dring us where all tears are p.m. April 14. ,
never fade, of one we love but dried, wish to express our gratitudefor
could not save, a loving smile Joy forever more the many cards, telegrams, Mrs. Beulah Summers' of 1546
and a happy face, broken link flowers and use of cars duringour NW 68th st., died April 4 at her
we can never replace always in Bishop and Madam recent bereavement. residence. Services will be held
our hearts. Hunter and Family Special thanks to Rev. Edward this Monday in Mt. Zion Bap

The Family T. Graham and the RangeFun tist Church at 2 p.m. She is sur service for Mrs Clco
ral Home. God's continued vived by her daughter, Mrs. Brown of 14741 Polk St., Rich-
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe blessings to you Dlondell Cobb and a brother mond Heights who died April 1
Osle Simpson. Friends may call will ,be held: at the Martin Me
family of the late family of the late, 'Wanza Family English, daughter at the funeral home 1 p.m. Sunday m.orlaChurch\ at 1:30 p.m.
MRS. ESTELLA TAYLOR LILLIE ANDERSONwish April 8. Officiating will be Rev.
.... Ovida English, L R. Brown
: who died on March 28, in Jack grand daughter
son Memorial Hospital wish to to express their gratitudeand Charles, ,Cornelius and Mrs. Hattie Williams of 2131 Surviving "are her husband,
Ji express their appreciation, teach deep appreciation for the Thomas Miller, brothers NW 6th ct.. died Anril K. fiho John Z. two daughters. Owen-
of you who sent flowers, :'tlndness and sympathy shownto was the wife of Rev.ii.. Wll-l dolyn and Kathryn; four sons,
telegrams and cards during the them during their great hour Jams, pastor of Triumph, the Robert, John S., Ernest and
hour of our ''bereavement. of bereavement. Honorable men- THANK YOUMrs. Church and Kingdom of God, Lawrence Brown, a grand daugh
We want to thank the mem- tion must be made of the many served as County Mother of the ter, Kim Brown, all of Richmond

t bers of St. Luke Missionary dear friends that accompaniedthe Pauline E. Woods of church for more than 18 years. Heights.
Baptist Church body and the family to Ove- Services
and will be
especially {ido, Fla., for funeral and burial. 1020 NW let Ct., apt. 4 takes Monday at Also she leaves her
thank 2 father
the Rev. P. W. Williams: this method of thanking the I p.m. in Triumph. Mrs. Wil ,
a so the House of Albert Funeral Many thanks for your cards, friends relatives and Hams( is survived by a son, Ernest C. Wiggins, eight sisters,.
letters, telegrams many Mrs. Francis Excell
Home. flowers and Roosevelt two Mrs. Ruth
neighbors for cards, flowers and sisters Mes
Mrs. Ethel Parker, sister all the numerous kind gestureswe dames Elvine Vereen and Williams, Mrs. Alice Milner,
other kindness shown her during Sally
,,', received. Miss Rena Wiggins
; And FamilyExpression Drown Friends Mrs. Jen-
her illness in the hospital. Special may call at the
Special nie Williams
thanks to
Range Mor funeral home Mrs. Maxine,
thanks to Pastor A. D. Hall Sunday
tuary for its moral support and at 1 p.m. Thomas of Hartford, Conn., Mrs.,
of members of Ebenezer Meth-
Thanks and
service rendered. May God for Juanita Pride, Mrs. Zola Aster-,
I ever bless you all. 'I odist Church, also doctors, ry of Andersonvllle Ga.
; We, the family of the late, nurses and nurse aides of east Two brothers Sti
d HOMER WADE The Family I wing 1 at Jackson Memorial gins, Ernest man Wigs

2479 NW 67th St., wish to express Clara Youngblood Ervin, Hospital. Again thanks to everyone Hortfard, Conn.,Wiggins and Jr.. ot
a our for everything, and a host ot;
deep gratitude to all daughter may other relatives and
of our friends: and neighbors, Norman Whipper, God bless you. O Eastern Star
t(, both far and* near, for their Dan Whipper Mrs. Pauline E. Woods held at the Bethel services! will be
: many kindnesses shown Ephsiam Whipper And Family Williams
," to us at chapel at 8 p.m. on Friday.
the passlnff'of' our loved one. Albert Anderson, eons

Most 'grateful, Daughters-ln (four) ,
Mrs. Frpddie M. Wade Grandchildren ((17) I
And Family Great Grandchildren (15) House of Albert. Don't Miss
Great great grandchildren 919 N.W. 47th St.

IN MEMORIAM ((2)) Mrs. Estelle Taylor of 2170 TALLY
$495 down BROWN
NW 66th St., died in Jackson $73 Mo.
In memory of our husband Hospital March 28. She is survived No Closing Costs
:' 'and father, IN MEMORIAMIn by a sister, Mrs. Ethel TONIGHT! '

;', I, \ Parker, a niece. Services were Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS,

.rw i,, memory of the late held April 1 at St. Luke Baptist large Florida room, screen Northwestern High School
ed porch, tile roof oak

floors. Balance 1. Auditorium 8:30
Mrs Charlie Mae Fountain, FHA p.m.
1600 NW 1st ct., died in Orlando mortgage. Sing Out
Dance In'
s sr March 26. Services were con
ducted April 1 at Mt. Olivette
Baptist Church. Survivors include
r : N.W. 49th
: her husband St.
Henry, father SEE THE
S Frank Riley, mother, Mrs. .Geneva $695 down WORLD'SGREAT
$71 Mo.
Street; two brothers. SPIRITUAL

'_ : No closing costs

.{ e, Mary Elizabeth Warner 2, Custom built, 2 bedroom LEADER
1p : died April 2. Chapel services CBS PHYCHIC READER
were conducted at 11 a.m. Her carport, screened

__ : f parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph porch, tile roof, oak floors. BISHOP HUNTER

Warner. Total price, only $10,900.
p- S It
>ou are sick or worried
,. John Fisher, 1228 NW 68th ----_-..-..::: fall to see me today. Office hour
Terr., died April 2. He leaves a daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m.
,,1 ,. i e F wife. Daisy, mother and father 4741 N.W. 10th Ave. 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday Thursday 11 a-m.
\ L 'bp Rye .f Waynesboro Ga., a sister. lIe $82 to 3 ixm.

i,V ., r was 'sent to Waynesboro April 5 Month

'. for final rites. Large 3-bedroom CBS, READINGS
: t Mrs beautiful corner lot. Car- ,
Mary Jane Johnson, pioneer $1.00
F CLEVELAND WOODSIDE citizen of Carybllle, Fla., port, tile roof, oak floors. up
It. REV. and Perrine died April 4. She Is This must be
, ; ," who departed this life April 10, WILLIE GOLDSMITH'' ijurvived by a daughter Mrs. seen. q
'- ... 5417 SW 1791. ns> >
1953. Mae Fleming -- --
I Gone;' but' not forgotten We who died April 2, 1958 and was lived at 10251 with whom she --- -
: shall meet him when eternal laid to rest April 8, 1958. SW 175th st., a CASH FOR YOUR LOT WEST
, .-*-...... Gone, but grand daughter four great grand HOLLYWOOD
roll forgotten.
t ages children. The body will be PL 7-8456 283 NW w
sent 79th St.
;, .i Mrs. Eliza WoodsldP, Wife Airs. Rosa FLA.
Bell Goldsmith I I I I to Caryville. April 7 PROP.
And Children Wife and Family 1 rites. for final HUNTER
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Democratic Ass'n SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1961 I PAGE 13

The Dade County Young Dem- \
ficr'atlc Association held Its initial AttentionTo Bridge Club.,N 9W.

.organizational meeting at *
1 the Mary ., tfllfabttli! Hotel. At all beauticians: There will The Sunshine State Duplicate
the helm is the vefy competent be a six weeks Miss Clalrol Color Bridge Club only..,..affiliate In
leader, Dr. Elmer Ward one of C'inlo to begin from April 10 to South Forlda,,met at the home
its founders and, former pfesldents May 16. Registration will begin March 25. Pair vlnners were
.. They are planning a very at 12:30.: Place, the of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright !
active and aundry agenda for Royal Palm Beauty Salon, 1606 Mrs. Gertrude McCoy. and Lean. I
the coming months with hoped: NW 3rd aye Persons completing der Jackson; Mr. and Mrs. i
that the community will give this course will be awarded a Charles Gray Mr. and Mrs. Rob.
-- them the same support which certificate. Mondays only Course ert Wright. I
FOR SALEGOOD they hate rendered in the past. free. Mrs. Wright presented her

FOR RENT BUSINESS For Sale Gro. This la .a call for all democratsto Miss Florence Kroupa, Clairol guests to the club. Mr. and Mrs. j
join ud, in tftif efforts. Calvin Wynter from Elmhurst I
MODERN Furnished room. '1986 cery, beer and wine, also living representative; Blllle Pitts, pres-
N.Y. Mr. and Mr. William N.
NW 67th St. Call HE 3.6203. 'quarters: Gross''' about $1,200 a The next scheduled meeting is irent Beautician Unit No. 42.Attention .
April 10. Anderson and Mrs. McNeal of
month. For information call NE
nice We will be looking forward to Miami.
ROOM for 6.4908. A8
FURNISHED couple. Halt seeing you at 8 p.m. LPN'sIf Next meeting April 8 at the !
single person home of Mrs. Wll'lams in Opa
suitable for man. 2137 LOVELY 1 bedroom house forsmall
size room >
you are licensed In. Locka with Harris Williams as
69th NE G 1920. ; family. 122 week. Will
NW gt. per
terested In a course In medication host. MU 80930.
apply rent to purchase price. FOR SALE contact Mrs. A. J. Tillman,
UNFURNISHED 3edroom h use Bargain for someone NE $-5666. 6340 NW 23rd ave. Bring license Mrs. Gertrude McCoy and Mrs
7119 NW 20th Ave., OX 1-6876. 2 BEDROOM CBS with At once. Effle Wll'lams were 'guests of
Mr.F'UltklSHED. tiswkitts. INCOME Two houses on big you. I Sgt. and Mrs. Etcblson at the :
'' key lot. F'rorit 3 bedroom, Florida Air conditioned, enclosed American Contract Bridge Club '
APT, far :yoting or room, Rear 2 bedroom mod porch, hardwood floors, at the Homestead Air Force Base.
e'derty Cbiipie, feSSi NW 65th ern. Very go6d terms. Owner at nice kitchen awnings fence Attention LadiesIf and were first place winners.
St., rear1. 2220.22 NW Gist St.: :MU 1-6740. ,
ed yard, no qualifying, takeover want hair to

V RV ATTRACTIVE} S- drbom SEE 1236 NW 69th St. targelot. 41/ per cent. $56 Mo. look you its best, then your call Mrs LPN Club to MeetThe
private home .In tiunche. ?ark. Nicest neighborhood Ask payment Will consider2nd
Beautifully pointed l Inside and ing $10,600.LOTS mortgage. Beatrice Mayes at Licensed Practical Nurses

oul. Close to alt ctiufchga, andhbola MAGNOLIA Club will meet on Sunday, April
{ ) .,bile) jblopk. from A and P 2 ,beautiful\ lots in nice, 1330 N.W. 53rd St. 9 at the Carver Branch YMCA.
Super Market Duel stops In frontof airy location I JlFt.. Lauderdale.: 1-0 BEAUTY SALON We are expecting every memberto
door Iriqulr, 155 65 NW 27th Selling cheap, Pfcotie PL: 4-5132. p.m. Sundays be present. It is most Important
ave., phone NA 17363. Rolle. Specializing in all phasesof as we are having our elec
6127 NW 20th Ave. Ode tied. beauty tion..
CLEAN Comfortable room !in room house CBS. Small down HOUSE FOR SALE MU 5.3921 Mrs. Rose B. Dickinson,
private home with kitchen privilege. payment, balance. like rent. NE vice president
A middle age gentleman 4-7201, DENTIST, Doc Ott Mrs L. Perpall, reporter
with .good morals !Is pret rred. HELP WANTED LAWYER
Call PL 8.8503.APARTMENT ,
EXPERIENCED beality operator! anyone who can qualify I
at Body's Beauty Salon, 1230
In Northwest section for a loan, after a reasonable
NW 3rd Ave., FR 4-9704. Mrs. ,
bath. and Small entrance.efficiency.Near Private Shell' Sarah Bold,, Prop ddwii payment t can 2 Beautiful CBS duplex buildings. On 2 lots. Only 2
purchase lovely 3-b.d.
Ave$15 per week. 5552 NW 9tji} HELP"WANTED FEMALE room, 2 bath my CBS homer years old, looks like new. Completely furnished and
City of Miami Civil Service
competitive exams for precince. Living room, dining room, fully' equipped. If you want the best this is it. Low
QUEST HOUSE, efficiency for 2CupmE'nt
windows on- 3 sides month typist clerk and ,$11 colored; 40-;hour$270 week per utility room, 3 entrances price and good terms.ACTION .

colored tile bath, very quiet. Rotating shifts. City of Miami Manor ,Park Pool Area
Npar shopnlnp center. $18. 1044 residence one year. Age over 25 REALTY, Inc.
NW 64th St. PL 9-0049. years. High School graduate or 4821 N.W. 10th Ave.

equivalent education plus one TU 7-1636
253 N.W. 79th Street ;
LOVELY bedroom house for vear clerical experience. Typing Open Sunday 2 to 5 p.m.or .
small: family. $22 E'r'reek.' WI" test at time tit application, 40 ,
apply! rent to purchase price words per minute. Apply before call owner at MU 1.5381 .
Bargain for
someone. NE 5-5566 April 12. -
3318 Pan American Drive Only! i
DELUXE 2-Jbedroom dupler U. S. Citizens See these beautiful homes Sunday
apts. N ar Edison! center Stove
and refrl"amtor. 810.812 NW TV NOT WORKING* FOR SALE 1310 N.W. 53rd St. CBS Duplex]
dOth a(; Call PL 8-1115. Large 3-Bedroom CBS Money maker. Rent one
If you live in Liberty City or Home side live free in other
2.nF.DI\.OOM Duplex. Call TTT Brownsville we will repair your Bedroom CBS ,
8.429& Indf TV on credit. Par Weekly Free $80.25 pays all. Only 1 two bedroom apt. Only
+stimate. Call OX 1-D426. indf mortgage. Fenced yard, $11,950. Low down pay
REV 6. tt. BOWLES has some $800 Down garage, Florida room ment.
bt the beat apartments In our 12 to 1:30
Open Sunday
and screened porch. 1310 N.W. 52nd St.
Oily. He tries to screen the very FOR SALECBS
host tenants that are a part of 3130 N.W. 59th St. Best buy today. Only For the large family.

community.. if you are In BEDROOMS $9,500. $300 down CBS, 3 bedrooms, ]large
this house 'is brandnew
heed of a one or two bedroom likeS nice
apartment be pleased to call ref $59.77 per month. One Florida room plus
large Florida] room, large with stove, t
Low down
OX 1.7964 or FR 41040. mortgage. CBS. Beauty. rental apt.
lot, oak floors, 2 utility torvenetian blinds, beautiful Near Grand Way store. payment.ACTION .
3-DEDROOM House. Very nice hard wood floor] large
out door barbecue,
modern glass porch. $25 week. rooms, nice porch, jalousie
Owner at 2220, NW 61st St. child's playhouse.low windows, storm awnings, HARRY DENNY' .

4-ROOM nous Porch $15 Down Payment tile roof. See this house before 253 N.W. 79th Street TtJ 7.1536

week Llgtha water furnished. you buy. You will certainly -

.Owner 2220 61st St. 2910, NW 67th St. like it.Beautiful. ..'>I .1It".. .., .. \ -
NICE to share my e r
home. Call OXjl1196.Apartment .

", bedrooms FOR$1,000, cedar SALE DOWN lined 3-Bedroom Large House BUY A HOME TO-DAY!

House With Florida room, furnished -
closets Florida room, car-
ready to move into, in Fair Realty Weekend Specials

For Sale port, l large corner lot, near very good condition. $500 If you have a steady job, you can qualify for one of

school] and shopping centerL. down, balance like rent. the following FHA approved homes:

1902 N.W. 51st Terr.
Property owners I SPRATLAN 1085 N.W. 48th St.-$350 down plus closing costs
Sun-Coast of Miami Open Sunday 12 to 5:30 $73.17 Month

have a CBS Apt. FR 3-7979 INE 3-0444 0 1766 N.W. 52nd St.-$350 down plus closing costs

house for sale .... J . T. If you are looking for rentals 1111 N.W. 55th Terr.-$400$66.61 Month down plus closing costs

Income is over $100 per CAP"RR AcPFS call us. 2-bedroom $77.87 Month.

week TO.UFP COUNTY house, 1-bedroom house, 1 1881 N.W. 51st Terr.350 Down plus closing costs
efficiency for couple or Month
:I will sell to responsible 2l/2 Acre Tr"rt* near single person. No qualifying for the following-Move right !Ins

.party with small down Ochooee, Fla..Tn .
1338 N.W. 59th Street-$100 Down
payment .t. 1 tnll north of TumUml' 3110 N.W. 55th Street $250 Down
Trail near the Tnm,"'" Hive We can finance your auto-
entrance F.vprd""f"fII: Nntlonnll mobile liability insuranceon 5612 N.W. llth Avenue $250 Down
Located at l- Il"r.l mail Va'llnsc to and 3260 N.W. 48th Terrace $795 Down
monthly payments.
Rt'cl1pnt fl"hln' /r easy
thru properv. (New 3-bedroom CBS home)
229 N.W. 24th St. In nearby lake and mnaH Price easy monhly payments.Goodman's .
$105. Temn DUO flown, flO per We have over 200 others
See outideIf month. NO fNTKRRAT. I Real We arrange your financingWe
Call or write
Saturday and Sunday
are open
interested call owner JAMES L. WALKER

REALTOR Estate & InsuranceN.W. FORD REALTY nC.

FR 9-8531 or 633 9th Street. /Worth ,

NAPLES, FLORIDA 2688 62nd St.

Phone Midway OX 1-0380 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 72559I
Eve. HE 3-6754 3.5125A15 i

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I SALEM BLACKBy TUTT WHITNEY William DelinquencyBy Henry Huff for ANP

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Sometimes I marvel at a God Delinquency

i Jnetocrutr'r Who, my emotions tuned so fine Like charity home.'r'. .

That e'en an. outcast poison vine Begins at

Secreted by an old stone wall If ma or dad '

Concealed against the gardener'srod At home is bad
Or If they roam

Arouses my quick sympathy.I In brothal joints
Such action points

WOMEN OF NEWPROVIDENCE MT. ZION TO GRACE PRESBYTERIAN For hope in its that genesis vine may divineI never fall, The Who way follow for them those

I 1 OBSERVE 6896 N.W. 14th ,Ave. see a beauty there, sublime; And touch the hem

Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Aye! Every nerve alive in me Of their soiled clothes

t : "'FAMILY GO TO Sunday School 9:30 A vibrant, piercing, madd'nlngrack

f SAY THANKS I Morning Service 11:00: ,- MT. CALVARY BAPTIST

i I Ij CHURCH SUNDAY'Sunday. evening Service .,. 7:00: For that same God has made me
'. . 8:16: Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
j The chairman and co chairman Wed. Night Stuay black!
f of the New Providence Missionary April 9 will' be obser- Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. Phyllis Myers, reporter
School . . 930:
I To Church and sip
Go Staff
Baptist Church Women ed as "Family The Church School Why! ,I can hear the roses
. '
I Day Committee wish to take this Sunday" by the pastor and mem- and ,the i young people of the their morning brew Morning Service \ 11' 00
7 00
) bers of Mt.\ ZIon Baptist Church, delightful Evening Service ?
.. I dt !_ r1 church certainly presented a From Dawn's bright lip
I at which time the public is cordially ,Easter program last Sun How can I then make deaf my Sunday morning Rev. Ste.

I invited to worship with us day evening. And on Monday the ear phens delivered the sermon.
' 'I and to bring. their family and children and youth bad an Easter To racial taunts and hatred'ssneer Sunday afternoon we hid a

I 1 i, a friends because if there were no I egg hunt with refreshments, short Easter program Everyore.

I churches there would be: games, and fun for all. Our If in the meanest weed I see enjoyed themselves very "> 11

; adult leaders for ,the children; A pattern of divinity? We are still praying for Pa
/ j No Church fellowship! are to be commended.once again tricia Mosley to have aspeody reo

( : No Sunday Schools I for their wonderful work. How can I ever close my sight covery.
No meetings! The No 2 choir will celebrate
t!, : ; prayer This Sunday we wi 1, observe To mockery, and color slight,
homes the
No Christian Itsanniversary on third Sunday -
; the Sacrament of Baptism, and If I can feel the warm pulse
' No "salt of the earth! the sermon theme will be, beat in April. They are askingthe
; No "light of the world!" cooperation of th rn'l i
: "Children of The Heavenly Of pregnant Nature 'neath my
No gospel preached to lost sinners church to make its anniversarya
!'\: t t ie M King. feet? big success.
anesthetic must I use
) What
No missionaries sent to the The .women. of the church will
To blunt the pain of long
I Ii foreign fields! have their monthly meeting at BAHA'I ASSrMMI N

II i No "body of Christ" in the 6pm. this Sunday. This will be
When twilight spins her opal
I I world! an important meeting since we Mrs Frances Baumbartner of

No rapture and wedding day want to.set plans for both gown North Miami will conduct the
And night swoops down this second of her series of ct'S< <*".s
of the church to look for! Mother's Day and Women's Day
No training courses for the The sermon theme ,for the robe to don, book, "The Promise of A'l' A ?M"

. youth of the land! evening service will be "Th And with her star-gems deck the stons on George Townsend!

gloom, 8pm. Sunday, April 9 at tii..
No family altars! Road to Emmaus>; rbas' d on
'/ No preachers to visit the sad that after.Easter Bible story of And on her neck suspends. the Baha'i! Center The theme for

: f and lonely homes! Jesus and Cieopas: that we moon, this discussion wi 1 he "The
t No prayer for sinners! know so well. So thrills me this most wondrous Succession of The Prophets."

f No moral training for boys sight
MRS MAYHELLE ANDERSON and girls! We hope that our interested That I near swoon from sheer Liberty City Lutheran

i Chairman No Christian colleges! visitors will continue to come delight!
that I have N. W 68th St. and 1Rt fh .M
What crime
No love for the lost sinner! and worship with us, and alao is the 'p
i'-' c method to thank the women of inspire us in all our special programs done? Attendance at services of the

r, J New Providence, a.l: our friends ST. JAMES AME CHURCH and efforts.BROWNSVILLE. Whose sin is it I must atone? Liberty City Lutheran Ch"" h

; and visitors, all that wish us I Am I an accident of birth. meeting temorarily at the Car
I well and all those who prayed Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor. Or just the butt of heaven's ver YMCA, continues to rhow a

' for us, sincerely want to thank Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter BAPTIST mirth? steady Increase. The Rev James

everyone for their loyal support Sunday School 9:30 Bouman will deliver the message '

.- Thanks to our pastor and bra Morning worship 11:00: REV. ,M. A. Thomas, pastor this Sunday on the th'-mo

: : thren. who, worked with us. Annie Pratt, reporter WHITE "Breakfast With Jesus." The
Sunday, April 17 has been
gym .I '
worship service he'd 4
r designated at Youth Day. The Sunday School.....,............... 9:3C: By MERYL I.JAM 3 p.m. is from 3
School and DlblC'Class
It 11 o'clock service will be conducted Morning worship ................ 11OC: Snday
F entirely by the youth of Evening worship...................... 7:00: (To my friend Constance, in are herd: at 2 p.ti
This Sunday Devora MIc'io le
of September 11, 1944)
: Miami. memory
Young people from the
, t various churches and schools We had a wonderful Easter. What is this color' "white?" Collins, child Of Mr and M
We are grateful to Rev. Brown These hands I look Thomas Col ins, will bo bapt, *
will upon
appear on program,
of First ed.
Baptist Church for the
Are they so capable and strong
a guest speaker
l\ service of his church and pool From Tuesday through Tri
Because white T
choral they are
from Junior
I groups Dorsey for our candidates. Our pastor day of this week, April 11.14.
i ir High and Northwestern Sen Or could it be that it is wrongTo
spoke out of his Rev. Bouman and Rev
heart of our Walter
for Schools.: judge them by their hue
I I Risen Saviour. Plnnt, copastors, will be attendIng .
\ Instead of what
The public and all youth organizations they do? the .
convention of tin Florida
!. are invited to hear Our. Woman's Day Drive is on. -Georgia District
of the Lutheran -
., this fine and to What is this color "white"That
program wor Mrs. Phlles Hall is the captain. Church at St.
ship with these I makes me proud and sure? Petersburg
: \ young people. Members let us make this our Beach
( ---. first Woman's Day In our loca Is it a warranty that I am pure?
tion go down in history. We did Does "Tsrhlte" set me apart.

ST. PAUL A. M. E. very well in our $10 rally. Let I Ahead of others in a crowd of

Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor us do better. We have a goal to menuBecause of) being white -
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporterSunday Am I to turn from them? SEE THE SOUTH'S
I away
School . . 9:30:

Morning Worship . llsOO
C. W. M. What is this color "white"?
Evening Worship ,. . 7:00:
The deep'ning shades of
Rev. F, A. Culmer, pastor
Our Easter night
Sunrise will be one
Mr. S.
to remember. Candle light drill reporter Are needed for the soul as muchas
I Sunday School . . 9:45'
around the block light.
most im
Morning! worship . 11:00
pressive. The resurrection of : The swallow's glossy wing i III
MISS IRIS'VlLSON Evening worship . . 7:30:
Christ was made anew black!

Chairman The church was filed: throughout Sunday morning 6 o'clock our And black the plume of smoke

We want to especially thank the the day, that within Itself is ear'y service was held, music by That tells of burning: power!

( ladies that participated on our proof of the wonderful service 'both choir Ourpastordellvered Why.even the Holy Bible's boundin r.
enjoyed by all The pastor wishes a wonderful black!
of sermon. Bfo. H. V.
j program We regret the error '
our pastor's wife nicture not h-. to thank everyone who took part Steward delivered the message. So you are black and I am :
In his tea at the church Sun Regular Holy Communion white-
IJ' Ing rightly placed on the pro service
gram It was not the committee's day evening.At I commemorating the Ressur- Who cares? God knows Let her years of experience guide

mistake. 7 recting of our Lord and Saviour' The spirit born within us both and protect you throughout 'Mr,
p.m. the Sunday School,
Jesus Christ. Our shall flower
pastor was in IF
'ender the as a lighthouse guide the ships
,. The amount we raised was Lucille Da' leadership of Mrs. charge of the evening service. And blossom like the rose! a storm For success In butln-.

$8,444.80. rer, brought us a One member joined the Christian Note the two poems and love.
!I Thanks again and may the ovely program. Choir No. 2 family. Holy Communion was 'aek" and "White" were

Lordblcss each of you. ponsored a short spicy program administered and everyone was written by people' unknown to PSYCHIC 7EADER

afterwards. spiritually blessed. Let us pray to each other distant in time -CONSULT HER-

,r Stewardess Board No. 1 takes for and visit the sick and place andexperience. BLACK DON'T STAY IN THE RUT GET
was written by a man now de OUT NOW. BY THE HELP Of
Church of The Open DoorCongregational this method in thanking you for ceased a Negro. WHITE was GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU, ,
helping them
making baby
THE INCARNATIONEvents written by a women of the
( ) contest a success. Total raised Office Hours:
white Miss Constance Hln
Rev H C MrDowII pastor $213.08 Let's take someone to : The Saint Cecelia's race 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
A. E. McNeal, reporter church Sunday. Please rememberthe ton read "Black" before a groupof Thurs. 9 a.m. to b f
choir is jl
sick and shut.!in. sponsoring its annual people attending the Oriental i
Easter ,services were enjoyedby Post Lenten Tea on Sunday, Conference at Brent House In 7 p.m.
number of friends and Chicago in September 1944. DAILYSunday
a large ,
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST April 9 at the church, 1835 NW
members of the church. She pave it such dramatic feel
1671 64th st. at 6 p.m. A special program ing that one of those who heard '
N. W. 68th Terrace
Sunday, April 9, at 6 p.m. Rev. has been planned for your her was moved to put down her I :
there will be vesper hour at the Vacon Ernest Fred Williams Williams pastor enjoyment. The public is invited. own thoughts as a tribute to 10 a m. 3 p.m.READING '

church, Dr. Walton Manning of Sunday School . . reporter. 9:30: Miss! Hinton and the beautiful

the University of Miami will be Mornlns: worship! . 11'00Evenlne The Saints Ann.Margaret poem by Mr Whitney. So It WP
the speaker. Dr. Manning has I UP
.,: written several Interesting Service *.. . 700 Chapter of the ECW is sponsoring I was that Meryl Ijams wrote"Whlte"
Saturday there will be sale and sent it to Constance
dea. a its 3rd annual Fashion
: articles' in the Miami Times
VI' I ing with education. The North at Sister Gibson's home and the Show presenting Miami Ten Best Hlnton, who now reads the two 23 Years Experience r'
address is 1423 NW 70th as companion pieces. A fine
choral will st. I Dressed Women on Friday, May
western ren
.' der the music. The members of There will also; be a sale at the I 12 at 8:30: p.m. at the Hampton friendship sprungup between the MADAMHUNTER 's 1
: two women and it is their
church ,
Saturday and
J' on evening
.f. 'Circle I sponsoring this I I
.: are pro Sister Bass is in charge. The North Dade Jr. and Sr. hope that the verses, presented

!, 'j gram. Mrs. Thena Crowder is Deacon L. Ferguson is askinga'l Hlrh Schoo' will be the featured together may help draw the 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.

4 president. No II choir members to attend rued on Sunday, April 9, at the "black" and "white" people c'os- MIAMI, FLA.

t ,4 I ,:; Regular services will be as a special meeting on next Solemn Evensong with a pro '!'er in a shared sense of oneness

:":.., "'usual Sunday morning at 11 a.m. Wednesday night gram of Sacred at the Church and kinship. Don't Write-Call In PerronI

786 NW 61st at. Friends and visitors The public is Invited to attend 7 p.m. This choir is in the direction I Henry Gilmore sent the above ... -
+ are always welcome. I all of our services at all times. of Charles Jones[ poems in for publication .: ".' -i: ; r::.....


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a. PARTYThe Featured in DCT 1

ConferenceHi Senior Citizens Club room Amateur Show Broward
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at 6304 NW 14th ave., was a
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scene of beauty and loveliness at 1 a 1I 'County
the Darn Party on March 22 at
I II which time senior ladles sat NewsIly
I quietly: conversing and darning

teentlmers, here we are in your gang write you can't garments.The 1 t
again in the same old spot. Let's go wrong.,
pickup where we left off last '" party slogan was "Wear a I Walter Howe
time.If The 'editor may straighten out darned piece, work on a darned .y -
his publishing policies. How piece, and win a darn prize."
you are beginning to see about it? Isn't it world it? Moth. Sunday April 9 will be obser
the light in the "what not to er doesn't, pack propaganda in Mrs. Arabella Foster won the vance as annual Woman's Dayat
read" and "why not read it" departments your lunch box, but there is a first prize for neat and beautiful New Macedonia Baptist
then it's time we put place for it in the school safe darning on 'a table cloth, she Church, 2201 SW 48th are,
the spotlllght on the question, teria. If good reading is your also ,wore an apron which, she West Hollywood All services
"What' can we do about inde goal, you can't only read good neatly darned herself. The second will be conducted by women
cent magazine matter" We are books and magazines you must and dunnerup prizes were throughout the day.
ca'lIng all Crusaders from Slna discuss them. Whether you're ata to Mrs. Isadore Kump, and Mrs. Sunday School will begin at
tra Admirers to bookworms to "coke party" or welnie roast, Christine Garvin. Mrs. Louise 9:SO a.m. with Mrs. Ella M.
join in the campaign against you can make decent literaturean Moore and Mrs his Rowe de White In charge.
magazine matter that does not interesting and worthwhile serve honorable mention for participation .
work with the high moral matter for talk. and production. A Guest speaker for the morning
standards we want in our read. touch of beauty and life was service will be Mrs. Eloulse Boy
Ing. Wanted: Thousands of Now is the time to start your added by the flowers brought by kin. At 3 p.m., Youth Hour, Mrs.
courareous teentlmers fully "right reading"' rally. Let's Mrs. Mary Williams, president of Erma Bell will be the speaker
equipped with the firm convic make our motto: "Better Magazines the Golden Age Club. To climax the activities of the

tion that they will not read or agers." for 20th Century Teen Mrs. Pearl Houston assisted ..... '_...e--!"' day, Mrs. E. J. Clark'"'will be the
buy obscene and Indecent mag speaker; Please' plan to 'attend'the.se"
refreshments which were in I The DCT Amateur Nlte to be
azines. We want youlII! !! You are harmony with the darn' services. You are cordially
the only one ,who can convince Idea of multl.colored fruit salad presented by North Dade Hlgb I 'invited, "
yourself and your friends that Flower Show at molded to carry out the patchwork School on Friday and Saturday Mrs. O. A. Henderson is'chairman
the "under counter" type litera motif. Nights, April 28 and 29, is 'expected ? Rev N. II. .Phillip, pastor.
ture is taboo. If you have the to be better than ever. "
courage to frown on frank photos Bayfront Park The Darn Party will be a month Toe ,Rev King and 'his
and fiction from current project for Senior Citizens, witha The little queen of song, Janet wife are thanking the many
publications you have won half It you haven't already made growing Interest such as the King, is being invited to be a friends :who attended' the funeral
the battle. Get in there now and plans to attend the 12th annual birthday party of the month. guest this year. She is the of Buddy Elovie Fussel 'of
win the other half. Metropolitan Miami Flower The March Birthday party of daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Earl 'Carver Ranches last month.
Show, :lose n doing so. the month honored six Golden King of Opa Locka and an eight Many thanks for the cards, tele
In the batt'e for decent litera Show time is Friday, Saturday, Age Club members: Mrs. Curley year old student of Dunche Park grams and: flowers.'
ture end in a substitute, even Sunday and 'Monday, April 7.10 Simmons Mrs. Elizabeth Houston Elementary. Last year she was J
if It Is your last quarter. We at Bayfront Park auditorium. Mrs. Helena Slfones, Mr. featured at the Dunche Theatre. The Star Light' Lodge No. 542
need a good line of defense Hours are 4 p.ra. to 10 p.m. Fri. Isaac Powe, Mrs. Christine Gar- will meet Friday night, April 7
against obscenity and downright day (after Judges have picked vln and Mrs. Florence Edwards. This year it will be staged, at the at the 'Masonic Temple. All members
indecency. One of the .best re the winners), with show sched school. Because of the overflow' are urged 'to be on 'time.
placements' for low grade maga uled 10 am to 10 pm. Saturday ing crowds that greeted its first
zine matter is on the periodical and Sunday and 10 a.m. to presentation at the theatre, two
shelves at your seat of learning. 9 p.m. the last day.Advertise Scott HomesHousewives nights have been slated this The VFW Post No. 8105 will
There f hold its regular meeting Tuesday
you will find a complete
magazine coverage on any subJect Club time. It Is expected that talent April 11 at 8:30: p.m. All
from the United Nations to from the entire county and its members should be present
popular sports, all these in your It Pays' Sponsor TeaThe schools will again thrill the Claude Counts, commander;
school library. Perhaps photog hearts of the capacity crowds 'of Bobble Brayboy, adjutant
raphy, swetching or creative Housewives Club of Scott eager patrons who continually
writing is where your secret ambition Beautiful Home on Home sponsored a Hi Neighbor called for MORE.Application .

lies, you will find a Your Lot'Complete : Tea, Sunday, March 19 at 4 blanks will be EXPERT WATCH AND
wea th of material p.m. in the Community Build
on any topic CLOCK ,REPAIRS
available during the week for

there. 7b(:' adi'adc.w ing.This was a unique program those competing groups that will Andrew Jeweler

If you want to keep up with under the direction of the Adult: take away the beautiful trophies 303 N.W. 2nd Ave
the whirl of the world, informative and Senior Citizens departmentof that will be offered by many All ,work guaranttsd
news magazines will adequately < the James E. Scott Commun. businesses in the Miami area If
serve your, purpose. ity Association you can sing, dance, imitate the 40 Yean In BualneeaPR
Now ie the time to change from S stars or present an original ..0112
This .
destructive reading to constructive program was designed for !
learning. Try reading and fellowship and social hour with
Building Servloe neighbors with an Informal at
writing for student prints. YOU
will get a large charge out of mosphere of conversing together IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE
seeing around the Tea Table on program
your name in black and SUSPENDED'WhY'
white and you'll be aiding our S BUILDINGS potentials in the community
drive for decent literature.The FINANCINGYour for housewives: wait up to six week to clear your record whenwe

New Horn hostesses Club members and conversation acted as table lead can clear you and have your drive* )license.. backin
last time leafed
you wallet in ONE DAY at. .
ere. your .
through a magazine, wasn'tthere NoDowaPaymcat.

editorial an advertisement, that made you articleor murmur chairman Mrs. Alberta, acted Johnson as mistress, program of Serv/ti-Firsf/ ,Insurance Agency

disapproval, or disagree- ceremony for the program. She 3497' N W. 7th Avenue rr ;NE B-635B
mont? If you are Just going to
opened with a solo of the Lord's
II ently sit by and watch your Over Twenty Year ef Prayer, while the members and and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4-6612

sound standards bounded about, Construction Experience guests bowed heads in silent Open Saturday until 3 p.m.'IARKLEY .
magazine matter isn't going to Guaranteed Satisfaction prayer. Mrs Marjorie Harding, I
Improve. Teentlmers, we are club member
presided at the
readers of some of these magazines l L1 piano. Mrs. Harding also featured I
but we must become writen her four in
sons a musical
if we want our grievances aoao{3ro selection singing, "All Things 'S 'CUT-RATUSTORE(
known. Address a letter to Bright and Beautiful"
the Editor of
these magazines
and let him in on your views PL 1-3604 Other numbers of interest on The Friendly 'Store With Th. Warm Welceaa
concerning his table of contents. 888 N.E. 79th St. the program were: Readings by
It will cost you a tour cent I Miami Mrs Josephine West, vice president 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376Alna

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I ::: I Tonight (Friday) at the North- The evening program is. '; 1 HOUSE VILLAS western High School auditoriumthe open to all high school bands j" ., ..,
Fine Arts Conservatory will men. Instrumental 'courses ;'are "-'-
present another of itsadventurous now avalla-ble for all band students "' "
HAS FORMAL! OPENING evenings in the theatre. in the county at North LOVElY JfEWI ;
This season the FAC will pre 'western Senior High Classes I 3 BEDROOM
;. sent many "firsts" which you will meet on Monday and Wed
T Large CrowdInspects will not want to miss. The entire nesday nights'from 1 p.m. to 10 2 BATHS. FLA. ROOM
student body will perform in p.m. Parents may ehroll their BUILTINELECTRIC
,BuildingHampton An ExplanationIn original material, including: a children any school day from 2
Klllen's ,I production number of the title p.m. to 10 p.m. at Northwestern, KITCHEN: GARAGE
the ad Cyde:
House Hotel and on Out Dance Inl"!
song "Sing 7007 NW 13th ave.
Villas held "open bouse" from Knight Beat Club which appeared 1 issue :. The sliows; begins at 8:30.It : These classes are designed to 1232 N.W. 55th STREET
4 o'clock (until 7 p.m. Monday on the page picture 11 of of our a young April woman -* will conclude with the pre aid band students to play betterin 1426 N.W., 58th TERR.;,
j i and served ,'cocktails on the I miere of a major''' work by com- order to make their own
patio of the motel overlooking appeared. The picture was : poser Charles Austin. It is a Jazz school's regular band. This 1430 N.W. 59th ST.
be 'that of
\, i the swimming pool. supposed Miles, member to of the cast of i narrative Chamber Jazz on a course will also help high school
j More than 200 guests, representing the Knight a Beat show, althoughno concert level. bandsmen to pass college audi Open 3 to 5 p.m.t. .
I ; the professions, heads of with it. The work is called "The End tlons. David Paschal is, In charge .
r, organizations and civic leaders However name appeared, the picture was that of The Beginning," the librettais of this class. The:registration I, We build on your lot
In attendance. An aquacade by Tally Brown. is only |2.00 ,
were of Mrs. Mary Robinson Sims, a fee for this course .
t show enlivened the afternoon. teacher at the A. L. Lewis Ele The entire production Is under per quarter. NO MONEY. DOWN
Cocktails and' hors d'oeuvres School. The use of Mrs.Sims' the direction of Tally Brown ,:.
served. The Hamond organ mentary Musical supervision is by Mrs.
'I' were Cash paid for lot or
was error on
an ParadeThe
f. played by Baby Henderson, Ruth Greenfield, director of the Kiddies on,
the part of the Times to a
'/' served as ,background music for case of mistaken identity.We Fine Arts Conservatory. Sacred Heart Chapter of homes
the occasion. regret the error and hopeit Tickets may be purchased at the Church of Incarnation willh
w The event was a social extra- has not caused Mrs. Sims' any The Miami Times office on 3rd a v e its annual Kiddies on BARON JE 8-1340
." .vaganza signalling the formal undue embarrassment Ave. at 11 th Terr, or at the Parade Fashionetta Sunday
opening of the motel, inviting -Editor F.agler; ,Book and Record Shop. April 16 at 4 pjm, at the ,home
Inspection of the vast changes In
,the physical structure of the - - -- - ---- -' --- --- --
building formerly known as the
Dooker Terrace.
I With the ,"new look" in they Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to; the CommunityFOR
y architectural design on the front
of the motel and modernization A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
a'I of the swimming pool the management ,
u feels It Is presenting
!: Miami visitors with first class ,

.>... living accommodations.to W V.
{ general manager, "the air conditioned I : r H
conference room, with
i! 160 comfortable,'seating capacity _
is .a definite assist to small convention _
if t \ groups, in and out of .
t Florida, anxious to hold their
meetings in Miami as well as
local civic groups in search of H
comfortable conference room. facilities -
He further stated that "manyof
the 144 unit apartments In
the Villa: have been converted
.t into one and two furnished bed. I t
room apartments suitable for
T' .'" visitors with families planning a This Gorgeous Home Can Be"Yours
r 'little longer stay' in the Miami '
; sunshine".
M' BTW PTA to Meet -

Parents-Teachers'The regular meeting of the o Large Spacious Bedrooms Beautiful Jalousied Florida Room..
t ',,,*,. Association of .i
. ; I -1.
April 12 at 8 p.m. at e Oversized Living Room Gorgeous Bath Room .:
the school. All parents and
teachers are asked to be present. e Utility Room Separate Dining Area -t,
.. Mrs. Thedford
.. president. Is Built'in G. E. Oven and Range e 1 Mortgage. No Closing Costs

TONIGHT 8:30 Circular Driveway to Carport Close to Public and High Schools

'Sing Out ,>. Dance In'r ,
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Northwestern PW"
High School

.. Auditorium New 3-bedroom CBS, Brown 4 Beautiful Duplexes to choose Do you want to build a church?

f i IT'S TERRIFIC! Sub from. Be smart, have one apartment Stores? Apartments? See this

See 2991 N.W. 43rd Ter. help pay off mortgage. All nice piece of land at NW 24th

t city water, schools, bus and Ave. and 153rd St. to 154th St.
: Only $495 Down shopping close by.SEEI.

Terms. 170x200 feet. Zoned for
;. .. "[ Beauty Salon I Oven and range. 19" TV set. business. Nice location.:
.t r
Rear screened Fla. porch. No 1000 N.W. 52nd St. I
.I,:' :" 1508 IV:% ..Ji7th STREET closing costs. One morgage. 5200 N.W. 10th Avenue .: .: J

.\ OPENING SPECIALS Move in. 1030 N.W. 55th Street DUPLEX

\ "II n. \' &&&&&&Zfyi: : &ZfS y&S &S..&&&&Zf&& & 1261 N.W. 53rd Street
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Beautiful 2 bedrooms
corner, ,
E. Wilson, Prop. each side. Furnished lavishly
-iIIJtIoot.....!.. ., 7' Very cozy 2-bedroom, newly $995 Down terrific location, city water

t.... Phone'OX 1-2616 decorated in and outside" car. J, close to buses, shopping. See

port. No closing costs. 1 mort
This 4-bedroom home, locatedin 1-6 1000 NW 52nd
"\ .,>,." ......-. gage. Only $85 monthly : p.m.
business be used SL
l i4h zoning can HOne
See 1923 N.W. 58th St.
t FOR SALE for beauty parlior home for "' .

..:. convalescents, kindergarten. Located
1r DUPLEX Mortgage
: Custom built mansion. 3-bed- at .

k :_. Beautiful 2-bedroom each rooms,2 baths. 80x100 corner, 2- 1629 N.W. 52nd St. I Only $995 Down

I .. side CBS. Tile roof, oak car carport, Florida room, hard I
floor, furnished kitchens. wood floors. See Only $795 Down Buys this very nice 3-bedroom,
2 bath CBS home located
1.--:: Down payment 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.CARVER
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Monthly payments to be 1580 N.W. 77th Terrace. Has
arranged. See owner :;::;; =: =: -;=: =: ::;:::::;::: =: $395 Down sprinkler system, oven and

RANCHESSee range, Florida room. Close to
1768 ti.W. 50th St. FHA Deal. 3-bedroom; CBS. Seller .
this new 3-bedroom. Closeto NW 17th Ave. and 79th St
i will closing costs
. t, : schools. 5341 S.W. 19th St. pay ,Buses, schools, fenced 2 air
Terrific! First deposit will hold.
,. FOR SALE conditioners.
., ... $395 Down I Hurry! Hurry!

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opportunity for ,
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I' ";,' Beaptician with get-up-and
: :
(,",':x go SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET
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: I\, ;" I Small Beauty Shop
I Ii
: 'bedroom house for
t \
t, rent We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including SundaysList

Price i $350 Terms your lots with us for quick cash sale. Best prices paid

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