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Title: The Miami times
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Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
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General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
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. ":Teacher Slays Estranged WifeW




SECOND! ,I morning and charged with murder accident,. and that he did not and preliminary hearing Into the Mrs. Robinson is survived by .
in the fatal shooting uf his intend to shoot his wife. The killing had been, set for Monday two daughters by a. previous

CHARGED' ; OUT 'I estranged wife, also a teacher, detective further explained that April 17 at 9 a.m. at Justice of marriage, Darnella and Audrey ,

according to the Homicide Bureau Robinson and his wife had been Peace DuVal's\ court. However, Smith, her parents, Mr. and

ON $3,500 BOND of the Miami Police Dept. separated for some time, and there is a chance that the in Mrs. Arthur Brown, a brother, ,I
ELLIOTT 3. PIEZR Police said Mrs.. Edith S. Robinson that Robinson was trying to per quest may be continued until a I
By Mrs. Rob later date by request of Atty. Sheppard Brown and a slater
38, of 6500 NW 17th ave. feet a reconciliation. ,
A high school teacher was said have refused to Henry Carr, who has been re
I was shot In the forehead Saturday inson Is to Mrs. Lillle Ruth Bell
.arrested early last Saturday i morning by her husband, reconcile their marriage. The talned by Robinson. ,....
Nathaniel Robinson, 43, of 2165 detective added that Robinson Asst. State Atty. Irwin J. M LI a} \ "" a !4!',

.i NW 65th st., during a heated admitted that the gun used in Block will represent the state at

argument on the back porch of the --shooting (.38 calibre revolver the Inquest.

Mrs. Robinson's home. Detoq ) was his, that he had ownedit teacher of
Robinson. was a
tlve Charles Parker of the Homicide for about three years and that vocational department
in the
Bureau, said the .shooting he actualy carried the gun with tailoring High
of Northwestern
occurred about 12:15 Saturday him Saturday morning when he -
went to his wife's homo to talk! School and Mrs. Robinson was a
morning. Mrs. Robinson was
,
Junior High .
teacher at Dorsey r rr
G1
about the reconciliation. Sd
admitted to Jackson Memorial to her
School. Mrs. Robinson was a native 'I.
r n Hospital at 12:59: and died at The talk soon developed into an Miamlan. Mr. Robinson is
4:22: on the same morning. argument, and Robinson claimed Lakeland. He worked at
Robinson surrendered to police that he pU.led out the gun only from High Sc tool in Key
Douglass
q N after being advised to do so to scare her and that the gun West before coming to North,
by a friend and was held for went ort accidentally. Parker
five day. In city jail on an open ..aid the gun was fired only once. western three years ago. Y.r,

charge of murder. RELEASED ON BOND Special memorial services for .
transferred to will be held Friday I
CHARGED WITH SECOND Robinson was Mrs. Robinson
DEGREE MURDER the Metro Jail. A bond of $3,600 evening? at 7:15 at the

Detective Parker Investigatedthe was set upon him by Justice of chapel of the Range Funeral I
Peace Hugh DuVal, and Robin- Home by the faculty of the
case, and on the bails of
his findings signed a warrant oon subsequently made bond and ser Jr. High School otJi, 1 t '

formally. charging Robinson with was released pending an inquest. memorial. service, c c

second degree murder, The detective INQUEST AND. HEARING the local chapter t igmaTheta
explained that Robinson, MONDAY will followMnwedlatelyat
said that the shooting was an A combined coroner's inquest the chapel. :::::
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SATURDAY APRIL 15 1961 SIXTEEN PAGES TEN CENTS
38TH YEAR, NO. 34 MIAMI, FLORIDA, ,

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POOL INTEGRATION SEEN MONDAY "



Efforts of Miami City Com we can do but obey the court'.

missioners to dplay integrationof order," he said

the city's swimming pools When Commissioner D. 1+J.

ASK met with a threat of contemptof Hearn, who lives only two blocks
PARENTS URGED TO court citations by the NAACP from the Manor Park Pool, remarked

Tuesday. Negroes were denied that Integrating the!
entrance to Manor Para: Pool and pools would soon had to intermarriage

Edison Park pools on Saturdayand Father Gibson replied,.

NEXT WEEKOn Monday "Wo're here to swim, not to get
STUDENT TRANSFER At a supposedly secret meeting married"

at the Main library the com
mission sought to compromiseby Official action will be takenon

March 15 children attend tend the same school or anotherone Ing. switching Manor Park Pool Monday when it is believedthe
ing Dade County pubic schools because It Is nearest to i, To do this you and must request go to yourchild's the from white to Negro, but NAACP comml&'lon will 'BSII''' th Ir
school
home or because It offers Rev. Theodore Gibson order to -Integrate Manor Park
letter from Super your president! ,
given a
were Card in the princlpal's -
intendent Joe Hall to take home I, courses the present school does Preference office This must be done only laughed In their faces."We and Edison Park poo's in the
to their parents. This letter to'd not, you must f11 lout a Parent guardian aren't interested in any I heavily popti.ntpd: Liberty City
Card at the by you as a parent and Drownsvllle areas will no
School Preference that spells segregation,
parents that Spring registrationweek : 21. policy: !
would be from April 1721. ; school your child is now attend I before Friday, April the Rev. Gibson said. "That's doubt be tho most heavily used
The downtown area: has Dixie
Dr. Hall's letter also explainedthat out. I
could request their City Commissioner Joseph Park and Coconut Grove has a
parents
children be enrolled in the same I DuMond urged the lifting of the new pool under constructionnow

school or at another one if they Kendall Death Stirs racial ban, "There Is nothing on Plaza St.

would ask for and fill:! out a

Parent School Preference Card


(form Div Hall 68.) noted. that while the< Plea for Doctor Crusaders Club to Aid

school board has the right to I I

recommend or not to recommendthat
a child be assigned to the The death of a 14-year'old

school requested by the parent, boy at the county children's i. NAACP OrganizedGIRL

all Parent School Preference home in Kendall set off renew
Cards would be considered fairly
by the board without regard I '!d plea Sunday for a fulltlme A number of Interested mem

to race or color. juvenile court physician.The bfIot clubs of this city mot

If_ you want your child to at- boy, Frank Woods, of 225: I 7 DIES saderj recently for and.the organized NAACP in the Greater Cru--

NW 13th st. died Saturday evening Miami.

.. of a liver ailment. Tho purpose of the group is to
FROM BURNS help the NAACP in all Its efforts
Juvenile Judge Den Sheppard, so that the organization
who is also a physician, said the
Seven-year-old Sherry Ashley may become stronger to carryon
h underscored the need for
''C death burned severely when she climbed I the lIght for freedom!
examine youthful
a doctor to onto an electric range nearlya Other clubs are invited to par
Youth Hall before
offenders at
they are committed to month ago, died Wednesday ticipate.
1
Kendall."It night. Officers elected are Mary Lou
The girl, daughter of Mr. and
Mattie L.
Drown, president;
probably wouldn't have rN MM James Ashley, 773 NW AdaBelle
Hartley, vice president;
saved the boy's life, because be 14th place, was under treatment Dunn, 2nd vice; VasUDtnard
had a very serious illness," said it Jackson Memorial Hospital. recording secretary;

Sheppard. "Dut a physical examination On March 15, she climbed on Rosa Lee Wesley! treasurer; India -
would have shown bewaln't to the stove to get a coffee pot Donovan, chaplain; Pauline
well." and the burner ignited her crinoline Thompson, corresponding secretary
slip. She jumped from the relations
nil'ie Pitts, public
Young Woods, picked up for store and tried to extinguish the ; financial
O. E. Graves, popular NAACP spent two days bed ; Vernell Albury,
habitual truancy, f.amea by roiling: on a Charles Williams
state legal counsel and winnerof before being sent vMtge out secretary;
it Youth Hall but could not. An aunt put
suits In parliamentarian.
civil rights
numerous to Kendall the fire with pitchers of water.
Florida, Is running for GrandMaster The next meeting will be heldon
when the Most Worshipful lIe arrived at Kendall Friday Dettve Wl.lard of Miami May 16 at the Mary Elizabeth *

Prince Hall Grand Lodge afternoon. The following morn- is a hopeful contestant for the BOYS JAILED AS Hotel. Come out and join
meets In Jacksonville next ing he complained of stomach a worthwhile organization.
honor of Queen of Alpha Chi Pi THEFT RINGMore
week. Atty. Graves is Worshipful cramps to his cottage house parent
Master of Elite Lodge of Miami. and was taken to the boa Omega Sorority. The winner will than a dozen young boys

He figured prominently in a pltal. be royally crowned April 21 at were Jailed in Youth Hall Monday ed In the Northwest section and

legal and physical battle last the Sorority's "Cotton Dress at members of a burglary I was responsible for at least 29
July to prevent operation of the He died at 6:30: p.m. An caused autopsy Dansante" in the Harlem Square ring, Metro detectives said. breakai and seven auto thefts
clandestine International Ma- showed death was Officers said the ring operate Ina year.
sons in his jurisdiction. by cirrhosis of the liver.! Ballroom



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA groom was beat man. B. T. W. HIGH
The groomsmen were Joseph

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 WtlMams; classmate of the bride, fly LANtEtt

James Poitler, John Haggins and Competing with lovely young
Donald Carey, classmates of the ladies from other schools in the

Miss Harris Becomes Ushers room. were Alfred Curry, and''!' senior community, won, the Gerda Miss Graham Rhomanla, a
Wendell Wheeler classmate of
I contest This contest Is sponsored -.
the groom. annually by the Sigma Gamma For the beet Inf

Bride of Lt. ShaversKEY Norman Woods, Jr., son of Rho Sorority to give a scholar. hair wee visit r
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Woods Sr ship to a, worthy high school call the Modernistic .
or
graduate college student. The
or
was ring bearer. He wore a tight
WEST Betty Jean She wore a French illusion fitting dress suit made of aatln. I coronation of the queen was held Beauty
Harris daughter of Mr. and veil over a coronet fashioned of April 7 at Phyllis Wheatley Ele Salon. II air.

Mrs. Sylvester Harris, 527-H Ft. sequins and seed pearls. The Flower girls were Bernice mentary School. wee y covei|
of the
Roberta niece
Village and 2nd Lt. Victor Ru- radiant bride carried two cas. Panthea, Mills Kah Frances groom Ten members of the DCT left bald spot'
do'ph Shavers, son of Maxwell' cades of forget-me-note, one of Thursday for the annual state
bride and
nieces of the thickens and
N. Shavers Sr., and the late white and the other of blue attached Gaylor, of meeting to ,be held in Tampa. ,
Wanda Williams daughter
Lorraine Shavers, 823 Thomas to a white Bible. Mr. and Mrs. Edward, Williams. Eddie Bunyan and Mrs. Hazel R. lengthens the .k
St., were married Feb. 18 In Grant accompanied the group. hair and the
I Matron of honor was Mrs. They wore dresses of the same
B thel AME Church.
Judith Wheeler, classmate of material with fu'l' skirts, Peter Tenth grade students are tak hair can be
The Impressive double ring
the bride. Pan colars: puff blue. A ruffled ing Driver Education this yearas .
was performed by the styled beautifuMy.Modernistic
ceremony worn pout made of blue net was keptin a requirement. Already the
I The dresses +by the at.
Rev. K. D. White. |
students have taken the test to Beauty Salon
tendant were designed by the place on their head with blue
Traditional nuptial! music was bride. ribbon tied under their chin. obtain their restricted operator'slicense 826 N.W. 3rd Ave.
played by Mrs. Bernice Gallapher < They were dressed identically Their' baskets were beautifully and those who passed
and she accompanied Mr. in light blue chromspun taffeta decorated with blue net and lace have them. With the instructionfrom FR 4-9944

Wl lie C. Haggins who sang "I waltz length dresses with a and carnation petals. Robert Wilcox and Easton: SALLY COLLINS. Technician
Love You Truly];" Miss Mercedes scalloped neckline and full gath. Davis (classroom and range Instructors
Mrs. Harris mother of the KLMYRA E. FANNIN, Prop.
), the students are rap-
Robinson sang "Th Lord'sPrayer" ered skirt. Their hands were en.
bride, wore a beautiful beige Idly becoming skillful drivers.
accompanied by Mrs.Mercede.3 dress of tiers of alencon lace
Wlldgoose. Their beautiful garden hats Two beautiful trees were plant.
( her accessories were black. Her ed on the Arbor Day.
campus
were made of the same materialas
Under the supervision of Mrs. I IIsahelle their gowns and muffs. They corsage was white carnations. The occasion was the beginningof 'Pt Hted Me:

: Sands, the altar was wore blue satin shoes. Their Mrs. Bernice Shavers, step I Ibeautlficatlon/ drive
beautifully decorated with white jewelry was a single: strand of mother of the groom, wore a I Principal Williams is the chairman BOSTON, LOS ANGELES
gladioli and maiden hair fern. white pearls, a gift from the beige street length sheath, with of the beautification drivein LONDON
The double arches were also dec. bride. 'ight beige accessories. Her cor. the community.

orated with blue and white I> sage was pink carnations. Besides having a well trained
flowers. The family pews were j, Mrs. Wheeler's attire was the Immediately following the chorus, BTW boasts a well-
marked with large blue bows, 'I same as that of the bridesmaids ceremony the guests were enter trained Junior chorus. To proveit

and blue flowers. with the exception that tained at the Community Swimming the Junior choral society under
I her hat was topped a blue rose Pool.
Mable
of Mrs.
the direction CHRISTIAN
The bride was given in marriage and she carried a nosegay or
is presenting a Spring
Glover
by her father. She wore a blue The bride is ,
I carnations outlined in blue a graduate of
will be
lovely wedding gown of white lace. Douglass School, class'' of '58. Musical. This concert SCIENCE
silk organza over taffeta. The Lt. Shavers is a graduate of presented Tuesday, April 18 in
sweetheart neckline and long The junior bridesmaids were Douglass School class of '56 the auditorium, at 8 p.m. Ad- MONITORInteresting
pointed sleeves were of cbantllly Sandra Parks, niece of the and of Florida A* and M Univer mission for students is 25c and

lace The bodice was tight fitting groom; Junlta Harris, sister of sity, class of '60. There, he was adults 50 cents.Basketball .
and held in front with a the bride. The senior brides an outstanding member of the reason has written

bow at the waistline The basque I maids were Gladys Ferguson, ROTC. He is now in the regular finale. Now track is the lime-
was attached to an elaborate j classmate of the bride; Albertha army stationed in Fort Hood, 'Ight. Washingtonians are hoping
side bustled skirt that ended in I I Harris, sister of the bride. Texas, where the newlyweds will that the team will come out of
a semi-cathedral train. Robert Chapple, cousin of the reside for the present the slump before the season

:.t.c: "" L L .0< .I............,....., ends. Being on top has been
hereditary throughout the years. Accurate
I Congratulations to Jean Puyol

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS Queen for her for selection the year. as Spanish Complete

r' Booker T. Washington's thespians -
will attend the Drama Fes
I MAYS HIGHThe 16 at the cafetorlum., Admission I some very lovely flowers around tival April 18.20 at Florida: A InternatIonal Hews Coverage

free I the school. and M, University. ---------------
Mays Hleh School Music
"Follow The Sunset" a Spring registration will begin The' Christian Science Monitor
Dept is presenting "An Evening dance extravaganza, which is April 17 through April 21-. To One Norway St.. Boston 1 15, Mass.
of Music" In the auditorium, being presented by the special
parents: All children who will
April 21, 8 p.m. This program education departments, is just be six of Quality Send your newspaper for the time
years age by January
features the Senior and Junior checked. Enclosed find check
around the corner: May 8. my of
1, 1962 will be eligible to
bands, the Senior and Jnnlor Thanks to the transportationand regis- money order Q 1 year $20
ter for
choru'es, the string ensemble, chaperoning services of 1961.62 the first grade for the PhotographyDONE D 6 months $10 Q 3 months |5
year
and the dance orchestra. Mrs. Beatrice Gladden
our ele-
Members of the music department The annual teachers' talent BY
mentary school
players will
pre. show will be held in the cafe- Name
have worked
diligently all: sent a National Library Week
Corium on Friday April 21 at 8
,
year and regard this affair as Playlet: "Oft The Stage" on

one of of Its culminating activi Sunday morning, April 16 at 8 p.m.The Address
ties. Dade County Teachers Association P .
a.m. over station WMBM. The i
Outstanding highlights will hold its area City Zone
of this cast includes Irene Edwards,
jroTam will be several combined America Landrau, Sheryl Hopkins meeting Wednesday, April 19 at ? 3t
chorus and band Pine Villa at 4 p.m. State
elections and John Rainey, Dorothy Kim
the playing for the first time in ball, Anthony Burns, Cornelius Mrs. M, L. Chandler, principal;
this area of Char'es Carter's Allen Baker and Rosalind George L. Sands, reporter .
Evelyn I ", t : "._, .
Btirrln" composition, "Overture Smith.
For Winds." SEE THE SOUTH'S
Aldin Evorette is the directorof The special treat afforded the
bands Elmo Sparks, senior first graders every other Satur- SAVE YOUR HAIR LEADING COLORED

chorus director, Jerome Miller day: A Story Hour, has become

Junior chorus; Eric Knight, string quite the vogue at our school. BBSs1Er Bn >*
ensemble} director. On Monday evening, April 10,

the Guidance Committee presented Johnson of Miami
SPA IIAXQUKT: part I of its annual articulation

The Goulds program. The many parents 409 N.W. MI? 'is *iii.
chapter of New of the six graders enjoyed an 17th Street
Farmer of Amlricwl:1: conduct informative lecture presented by
Its annual Pare'1t-Son NFA Ban Mt.s Joyce Jones, counselor at Phone FR 7-2294 1

In quet on Tuesday" night, May 11, Dorsey Junior High School on \ I _
the rafetorla.Special 'Know Your Junior High School." _
recognition wi1! be -.: """"'V'r' -*'v'n to fho p NFA members who A special mention is due Jes
have made outstanding achieve. ale Shivers, who was awarded a ,tiff; Beautiful Home on Let her year of experience guide

m nts durinn: the past year. prize of a Bingo set for having 1YieMSNtM Your Lot and protect you throughout lift
Special awards will be presented been the special member of the at a lighthouse guide the shies Ira
to ndu ta who have rendered out. fourth grade c'ass who made STOPTHINNING storm For suttees In bu lne-sand

sfandlnt assistance to the NFA the finals: in the Spelling Bee. 7(4' love.
chapter. Spring registration for the

The program for the banquet I IFI first graders begins on April 24 HAIR PSYCHIC TRADERCONSULT HER-
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M n follows: Invocation, Chas and ends on April 28. Ik DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET

Hanke! Ron; opening ceremony, Mrs. Mary Ford Williams, OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
th* NFA officers; introduction II principal; Denis R. Thomas, re ITCHING SCALPDANDRUFF Ski GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.

of guests, Rudolph GIvens Jr. porter.
We hope that the governor of Complete Building Sen/lew Office Hour:
our state, and the President of PINE VILLA 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
these United States will acceptour e PLANNING Thurt. 9 ..m. to

invitation to attend our annual Student library assistants at IN JUST 7 DAYS e BUILDING 7 p.m. t
Parent-Son NFA Banquet. Pine Villa are working arduously DAILYSunday
to present Interesting and varied e FINANCINGYour

LIBERTY CITY activities In celebration of WITH New Home
National Library Wee, April 16 :
Thanks to our ACE representa through 22. Story hours are 141&uckKURASOL No Down 10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING '

tlve, MLs Blanche Johnson, we schedu'ed for first and second
played host to Area A's ACE graders; a slogan contest for PaymentOver
meeting Monday evening. third graders and students in $1.00 UP

By this week's end, everyone the fourth grade, fifth and .sixth Satisfaction GuaranteedSold Twenty Yore of

will have started to celebrate grades will participate in a in most drug Horn and beauty Construction 23 Years Experience
National Library Week, which Is "Where Will You Find" contest. shops. K not available in your locality Experience

from April 1627. Like herself, All acticitles are designed to focus send $1.70 'for I month's supply to: Guaranteed Satisfaction MADAMHUNTER

.. our wel: -informed librarian, Mrs. attention on the National SABROSOL LABORATORIES
I Elizabeth Atkinson, has initiated Sogan: : "For a richer, fuller life Box6175Sta.BtMiamiFla. 1l Rlbmv
a series of playa all of -Read". Parents and friends are
which shall be heard during Invited to visit the library during (D@ Q 16K7 N.W. 73rd ST.
with this she MIAMI', FLA.
NLW. Along is the week.

sponsoring a poster contest. The beautification committeeis PL 1-3604 Don't Write-Call! In Person
The PTA met again Tuesday doing a wonderful job at Pine MIAMI TIMES ADSDONtT 888 N.E. 79th St.
I night. The group made further Villa The committee, under the mmamsoHHumAdvertise : :
I I plans for the PTA Tea-Fashion- direction of Joseph N. Williams, THEY PAY Miami I
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S y a f to and the strength of Christ. You I
"Ben Hur" At Ritz
v ad will be moved to tears by moments '

of tenderness, when you
1 "Benll ur", a tale of Christ Li see "Ben Hur.;" 4,, ,
r 1I /I"" ."" now showing at the Ritz Theatre Two shows daily 2 p.m. and .
t
'kCAF A motion picture of the dan 8 p.m., and the doors are open I
I of Jesus Christ, "Ben Hur" one hour before show.

... '. 'brings to your eyee the clashing Admission, adults $1.25 and 1
conflict between the power of children 50 cents. The picture Is t tI I' I
., : "" Ita1I'"VLV, Rome and the power of God -I I playing an unlimited engage

"; "if ,,-; between the weakness of man meat I

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FOUR MAYS HIGH
fIItft-.VIW'W" '; .""'.".,,. .-, t i
,SOPHOMORESRECEIVE wt !

.- THIS and tjl"1. -'HEARTMENTION" iI ,


t
'< Several /weeks ago a few optimistic tI
.t., THAT pupils at May High ap I
,aa, plied for the Greater Miami
..
;..,, ,\ .
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< "" Heart Association Summer
Scholarship Award. These pupils, ,
By RUTH N. POLITE i//!
all sophomores, are Lee Miller

"..... ... ......_..-. Drown, Lessle Haynes, Caro; .
-- Hudson and James Lee who have
THIS IS LIFE! To have foundan the Putney Vermont School and been notified that they are re I J
ideal which commends our from Boston University in 1959. cipients of the "Heart Honorable 1
highest love and loyalty; to Mr. Mention" (because of their ace
Epps is the of
son Mrs.
have found a work which commands Rochell Rlgmaiden demic records, sincerity and 1I
Epps of
best endeavor *
our in joy teacher recommendations. \
Lake Charles La. Mr. .1
,
Epps, an '
enthusiasm to have found will a.
ous ; a honor Each pupils receive one
graduate
of
Talladega
; friend to whom we never needto year's, subscription to the stimulating I
Col'ege, Is a senior at Harvard
make an explanation; to have and informative maga-
Divinity School. He will tour
found a faith which no personal Far the zine, "The Scientific American."
East as a member of the
\ disappointment can shake. ; to Harvard Glee Club this Mays High expresses gratitudeto 1
: have mastered the myriad of In the fall, he plans to enter summer the Dr. Howard M. Lenhoff ands\
forces that surge up within our doctoral the entire executive committeeof
own ,breast; to have won the victory In program the Department of Boston of University Sociology the Heart Association, and to
o over each day until we have and their instructor, Mrs. Nettle
Anthropology
: spec Dove who encouraged them to
some time for meditation and ializing: In African Affairs.
soul growth; to have someone apply for the scholarship
,; dependent upon us for their The wedding will be a major
sweetest Joys; to have the calm social attraction and will attract a'r
assurance of the friendship of many from far and near. IN MUMORIAM. Mctvln Jenkins ..
the Eternal-THIS IS LIFE! SALUTATIONS April 20, 1953. ,1
Congratulations -
DADS GROUP for Gifted and Bouquets to two fine THOU For The Week

: Children, Inc. is open to all of young men who have made their Life is a journey, not a home;
those who are interested in the mark in education and whoso a road, not a city of habitation;
development of programs for leadership abilities promise and the enjoyments and bles
I such chi'drenTheir next meet more in the future. The men: sings we have are but little innson In Fine Whiskey. .
ing will be held Thursday, April BANNERMAN and GARDENERwho the roadside of life, where we .
f 20 at 8 o'clock in the evening at have been appointed to new may be refreshed for a moment
I Lindsey Hopkins Educational prlnclpalshlpa Congratula that we may with new strength FLEISCHMANN'Sis "
I Center in room 709. An Interesting tons to the following: Mrs. press on to the end to the 1
+t and informative program EULA SISCO, cashword contest rest that remalneth for the
had been planned. Mrs. Anna M. winner of $5,500 last week people of God.Kiddiea the BIG !Igo
.I Lee, a specialist in preschool "PATTTIE" PAGE and REGINA buy
.
education, will ,be the featured JOLLIVETTE, Miami Heart Association on ParadeThe B11SMIXI1
speaker. Award winners.At .
:' Sacred Heart Chapter of
the age of 4, SAMUEL the Church of Incarnation will I
PERSONAL. The Oscar Edwardses GRANT Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. h a v e its annual Kiddies on p'zOOFiy.
i hare as house Samuel Grant, has begun very Parade ushlonetta, Sunday
,,' guest their perenial Hoosier early In life to garner awards. April 16 at 4 p.m. at the homeof
I friends A. S. PARKER of FAMU. The Miami News designated him Mr. and Mrs Levi Johnson, BLENDED WHISKEY 60 PROOF 60% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
: ART CHAMPION Mar. 1516 NW 66th at. You are Invited
; He is here to visit with internees JUNIOR THE PLEI80HMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
,
t' and take a "look-see" at their 18. His drawing was publishedand A15

i programs of Instructions he was sent a "big" check --_._._._-- ----
'I.' Here in the same capacity was for the amount of $2.00. The
! the "Immortal" BUNKY MATTHEWS drawing was submitted by Mrs.

t, of Bethune Cookman Dorothy Edwards, administrative I II
C 0 lIe g e Mrs. Ad. assistant at Northwestern. Con I I
die Sampson's sister, Mrs. H. L. gratulations little man!
BANKS, a teacher in the Macon,
Ga. echool system, motored IT'S A BOY! So gays the an
down with Mr. and Mrs. Albert nouncement of Mr. and Mrs. I
Brown for a spirited vacation. Walter Edwards of South Miami. A V k *
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l Mr. Brown is head of the Special Since this was their first heir,
I i Education Department in Macon. the longlegged bird relinquish
The group spent a happy holi ed his service to the Easter
I day with the Cleveland Samp Bunny which brought the cargoof :
II Ii I, sons as their guests Dr. 8 lb. 8 oz. early In the mornIng ri".iti:
',I Milton Smith of Edward Waters of April 1,. Hooray and congratulations _
't/ Cohere was a recent visitor to Oh, yes, the baby _
the city. will answer to the name of Wal
' ter Curtis Derek Edwards, Jr. _

F 1 PO NS.1TIA Bride Chib met
t at the home of Mrs. NAOMI HAPPY WEDDING Anlver- i4i.r'DEALER :
GRANT last Saturday evening varies are being celebrated by
1' Did she put on the '-skagT" Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reece, April
+4c, Everyone had loads of fun and 16i; Mr. and Mrs. Eric Harrow,
it enjoyed a jumptuos buffet sup Mr. and Mrs. -Willie Nelson Jr.,
f" per. There to enjoy the meeting Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford, IN
t, I were guests Mrs. WILLIAM FULLER April 181IIiRTHIAY
l I and her charming daughter SHEll PRODUCTS _

t LUANNA; and members UuKKTINUS to '''';\N I.'J'JI \\IM-MMH
Mesdames Maude Chandler, Bertha Sandllands, April 12;
president; Susie Francis, Lennie Ruble Mizell, Keith L. Rolle, SPRING Conditioning Over SPECIALALL
Fannin, Alma: Brooks, Gussle Elsie K. Williams, Lucille Cha-
FOR ONLY
Dobbs, Marie House, Thelma vie, Evalla Robinson, April 13;
Outler, Verma Bryant, Blanche Priscilla Chambers Edward J. 0 Oil Change X-100 Premium (5-qts.)
Carey, Evelyn Williams, Victoria Braynon III, April 14; Lurell Shellubrication 95
I Webb, Misses Maude Ellison, and David A. Julius, April 15; 0 Complete $7.
Caretha Bawl and this corner. Willie Bell Crane, April 16; 0 Clean Air Filter (Oil Bath Type)
Darlene Hart, Clem Adams, 0 Drain Cooling System
June 1 tOOl
liltlDE TO IJB. The engagement April 17; Enos Hart, Sallle 0 Repack Front Wheel Bearings Expire ,
of Miss RAE ALEXANDER Dudley, Annie B. McIntosh, Eugenia 0 Check and Refill Master Brake Cylinder Plus 24 Bottle Case of
to Mr. ARCHIE EPPS III, Darnwell, April 18i; Maudle COCA COLA
has been made known by the McIIenry, Mary H. Bannerman, 0 Inspect Radiator Hose -
I Internationally famous Judge Charles E. Otter, April 19; 0 Inspect Fan Belt FREE Lr8 DKPOSIT

I, Raymond Pace Alexander of the I Alice W. Pittman, Morris Anderson 0 Inspect Lights Bring this ad in and

V Philadelphia Court of Common Patricia M. Jennings, 0 Check Battery receive FREE brake
1\ Pleas and Mrs. Alexander, who I Gwendolyn: D. Green, Helen
Is a member of the Philadelphia Stubbs, Helena Slfontes, April 0 Clean Battery Cable adjustment with any
J County Board of Law Examiners I 20. purchase
4Y; and a distinguished lawyer in KENNETH WILLIAMS
1 her own right. JOURNYC 'E END. Heartfelt
sympathy is extended to the bereaved SHELL SERVICE STATION
\ Miss Alexander is a popular families of the late
member of the New England and "Aunt Bay" Brinson, Bulah 6195 N.W. 22nd Avenue Phone OX 1.9464

Eastern Seaboard social set. She Summers. Edith Robinson, Betty MIAMI 47 FLORIDA
!, employed as promotion manager Jean McDonald, Nehemlah In graham ,

of the Beacon Press in Bos and Abraham "Baby' Hen . J '"
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FACE: 4 SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 !a. ..*.l t! inter-racial Mothers the Unitarian Rev Robert Church.W Sonan of the'

JUST BROWSIN'By J l '
Association to Out second mother. will be

PAUL HENRY Honor Mrs. Colentan>l Mrs Anne Cblematu Indeed ft
e iaEi ? aIn very prbmltient w mat; in her
-:: One >vear ago a group ot about v.-orlc tor her people" -
.. -- the Federal Court?,at Jack: 10 Negro and White women got
... Our Mother's Day .Dinner will
sonvllle bakeries bare organiza
seven and formed
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been fined, for, fixing bread tion which, is, called the Interfacial '
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-O421 'i' prices. American, 'tined $11,000; '?Mother's Association: nation $2.00.MIAMI .
Southern, $10,000; yuck $3,000, They carried out a very success
i Branch At 1112 N.\Y. Third Ave'"l\lianrl, Florida-Phone FR 32280 Ward, $10,000; Flowers, $5,000 ful M,?l.1er'8 Day dinner. at the

and>., Derst $2,500. ,Sir Joty! Hotel, with 175 members
II. E. SIGLSMUM REEVES, )Editor and Publisher aqd, guests attending. Besides
Garth C Reeves, Managing, Editor and Business Manager President Francois Duvalller of. the very fine dinner they
.-- -----. -- --- 'Haiti has -dissolved the Congressin carried out'' a wonderful program ... >
Entered a* Second Q'!ass Matter, August D, 1927, at the Post Office accordance. with the law that 'and honored two worthy s
at Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 8, 1870 says the Congress Ls to serve until mothers of the year by giving,
-- ._- April 8, 1961. !(When the new them $26 each for their pet i R ,\
SUBSCRIPTION RATES congress is elected, it will serve charities'. The mothers were Mrs. a< y
until 1963. Frances P.. Tucker from the ,'y.
.. OlWAit) $4.M-S1X MONTHS $2.75-THREE MONTHS :$1.70 Zlna
.. northwest section and Mrs.
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---- Jesse Stevens, 'truck driver, reports Surdatoff from Miami Beach.
METRO'S NEW MANAGERWe that' he was robbed of be The'. installation of officers ,y':
tween $2,000 and $3,000 ,when" this 'year took plaoe at the
are pleased to report that our Metropolitan Gov- another Negro pulled a gun on Greater Bethel AME Church
ernment has another 'manager. As anticipated last week, him and force ,him to drive his durln ;, Sunday services with thd
he is : 'truck 'to a lonely street near the church packed to capacity Rev
Irving McNayr, former City Manager of Columbia, '' 200 bock: at NE 183rd st. S. A, Cousin Installed and complimented .;
S. C. The new manager will,take over officially on May 8. I the group on Its work. ,
bit McNayr comes to Miami pretty well recommended. In Mlddleburg,Va. three eating Since the formation the membership ,
Let us hope that he will be pleased with the positionand : places were desegregated ''has increased, thanks to I i
that.with the 'last week. It happened Just previous the energetic president, Mrs. 4y p. /r
support of the commissioners
he will to President and Mrs. Emma Sweeting, Mrs. Marian
give Metro the boost it needs ., :" '(Kennedy's' /ivlait to that city Muldrow, Mrs. Ethel 'Blocker. > < sr
0
':where they attended last Sunday and Qthers. .
THE LEGISLATURE' services. During the year they had sev
eral successful meetings: include
The Florida Senate on Wednesday passed the reapportionment Postmaster General J. Edward ing a' lovely get together at the READY FOR BIG
I bill by a vote of 35 to 3. The -bill must now Day (has announced plans to add vlcQ 'president's home, Mrs. Esther I
to the Feldman. There that afternoon "NIGHT IN NASSAU"
to the House 10,000 regular employees
:go for its approval., If the House passes it,
department by eliminating long plans were worked out tor
:at will then be left to the voters who will have their say at hours worked by substitute employees the Mother's Day Dinner in the This Sunday night
,I 'the polls next year.Reapportionment. Substitutes will be limited Sir John Hotel. I
was one of Governor Farris Bry- |Ito 40-44 hours weekly, This The goal !Is to raise $500 towards April 16, at Harlem Square

:ant's main platform planks ..and he is 'Pleased that the order goes. into effect on July 1. the WMBM a student Community.scholarship Service with j'' Club. Nassau Clyde Killens

;Senate has passed the bill. South Florida too has reason The Russians did it again. Foundation, Inc. says bring your Nassau
',to be pleased that reapportionment is in the offing. Now They made ;headlines when they The Mother of this year is food and invite him to your
the bigger districts will get more representation. successfully: sent a man into Mrs. ,Robert W, Sonen, wife of I table.ANNOUNCING.

The new districts would be : 89th, .Hendry and Collier space and had him return on
Tuesday, It Is quite an accomplishment
counties ; 40th, Akaloosa ; 41st, Sarasota; 42nd, Mon ,and Russia !is receiving
roe ; 43rd, Washington, Calhoun and Gulf; '44th,: High- congratulations from all
lands ; 45th, Seminole. The present 38 districts,, would over the world. THE
remain The United States Is still
as they are.
The bill provides that any county ,reaching a popu will working come on through such a project.sometime-She

lation of 50,000 automatically gets a senator. Of the she always 'doe,,. Grand Opening !
seven new senatorial districts, South Florida will get five.
John A. tOrupps, director of
The 23
large counties will probably have their own Federal Housing for South Fla.
senators, the 23 other seats will be divided among the was suspended on Monday by the
OF
smaller counties. Federal Housing Authorities at ,
Washington. At least |he was
ATLANTA'S put on "administrative leave." Ed Cook's Fabulous.FIESTA .
GOOD EXAMPLE The Florida Agency has been

Atlanta's leaders wisely are planning a tentative but under investigation by the FBI
carefully placed step along the unpaved path, of public for two months.Attention .
school integration. ROOM

They have seen sufficient examples of ,lack of :fore- Ladies!
; sight on the part of other Southern communities. For distinctive
By way of preparing for that initial desegregation .w!> hair styling
hair coloring
move next fall, Atlanta leaders are launching a massive t I And or' hair ATMary

t' campaign to inform the public on the integration plans. weaning to fit

Everything from television programs to citizen meetings your personal! Elizabeth Hotel
f will be used to reduce the likelihood of September shock ,.s ity!Mary see M France I e

and resultant violent reaction. Dixon at her
The federal courts have accepted a school desegre ;, ,A now location of 642 N.W. 2nd Avenue '"
gation plan that while not calculated to please either I employment

the advocates of sweeping integration or the stand-pat 1\liIM Dixon *

segregationists-sanctions the principle of school integration.
This concession is basic to any orderly solution of has been for more than 10.
the problem in the Deep South. )enrs and one fpialifled of Miami's beauticians, ontstandIng To

The key pupil-placement provision might be subjectto be nbreoat with the modern do's FRI. APRIL 14th

legal challenge, especially if abused. But the good and dont's of hair-dressing, she ,
: faith demonstrated by Atlanta officials makes such abuser has' attended Agricultural workshops and Mechanical at Florida

r unlikely. University. Recently she was a 9 p.m. Until
i The most encouraging element in the Atlanta situation participant In A hair style show
r is the voluntary, biracial effort to prepare public held In the city of Atlanta, da. ---.-

j opinion to accopt a difficult transition calmly and with Let Miss Dixon help yon FeaturingTHE ,
good will. look more glamorous, visit herat I

r I This is the kind of effort that has been too infrequently nth Vogue,St., FR Beauty OOC10.EXTRA Fair. 233 NW C. MAJOR QUINTETTEAnd
seen since the 1954 Supreme Court decision. As
J .' an alternative to the unhappy experiences of Little Rock a I

and New Orleans, Atlanta's program merits emulation'by Gala All-Star Show '
a other communities facing the same eventualityChristian SPECIAL

I- Science Monitor. Music Dancing Entertainment

A r $350 Down "I '
.
1 Moral Re-Armament problems will decide whether Admission Free Tables Free
man'tlnd survives the years NO CLOSING
Opens Here Today ahead." -: Satch Robinson, M. C.
It la expected that Congress COSTS
The Moral Armament men from Washington, D. C.,
Hemisphere Assembly opens Fri! government representatives from Price Popular Prices
day, April 14 and continues Central and South America, In $10,800
through the 24th at Hollywood dla, South Africa and France, Congenial Carlos at your service
Beach Hotel.: All sessions are as well as film personalities Only $69 Month
open to the public from Hollywood, will be present.
The assembly will bring together Tho Assembly opens on Friday, GORGEOUS CBSA IN THE
political, military, indus 8:30: p.m. with a special perfor LOUNGE NIGHTLY
trial and trade union leaders mance for the public of "T h e DOLL HOUSE ,
from North. South and Central Tiger" In the Dade County Aud Jimmy Dunn and his Combo
America. They will develop a itorium. Written and acted by ONE MORTGAGE
broad ideological offensive de Japanese students "The Tiger" Featuring '
signed to turn the tide of Communist dramatizes the Tokyo riots and
takeover and fulfill the the power struggle that lay behind To Inspect Call Terrell PrudeThe
hunger of millions for a new way them. Complimentary tickets -
of doing things in every nation. !I for this and later performances LEGAL REALTYMU Poet of The Hammond OrganED
Senator George A. Smathers, can be obtained by calling
in a statement emphasizing the III 5.25U.Advertise. 8-3923 PL 8-0290
necessity of this MRA Assembly I' Nights Sun. Weekdays COOK, MANAGER
said, "The quality of faith
that we in the Americas bring to I IJ It Pay '- . .
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Attention All Vets Polk St. and Perry Drive. Barbecue .: .
is .on sale Bong: with'''a .:
free whist Go out and f
The American Legion William I game '
Henry De.therOst\ No. 281, of take "your friends and have.*.a '
time. All members askd i' I
good are -
Richmond Helghts..ts still urg
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to atUnd their meetings. For
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all them in -
ing veterans .too Join
further information contact :f 1
nraktng their .community a
% v e- Joseph Steward, post comman-
strong one. Join ttow'we are
I.i' waiting. There's 'a lot in store I ler, CE 5.1456 at 14660 Filmore
for you.The St. or Edward Hanna Jr., CE
1283;) 14780 Tyler St., Murray
I Post also has affairs on fames Jr., CE 6-0958. 14380
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The crowning of Miss Rhomania was a gala, festive __
JOHN WAYNE//RICHARD WlDMARK/LAURENCE/ HARVEY
occasion. The 1961 queens were Little Antoinette Silva, BROWNSVILLE

.. and Miss Gerda Graham The fashion show was elegantand FRANKS PATRICK WAYNt /LINDA CRtSTAL ......-
the teenage talent versatile. Miss Rhomania was RADIOTHONNETS AVALON WAN O1R>WILLSRICHARD ECOKEiiuuii :
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crowned with all the pomp and ceremony befitting a $271.25The im Yn1111111I

queen. The setting was regal. Both queens reigned gra- #
ciously throughout Rhomanfa. Later they joined the Radiothon staged by station -
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WAIDM March 26 to aid the
couples on the dance floor at Coronation Ball time. Brownsville Improvement Annotation &

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Drive grassed $271,25. '' 'v..
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went wrong.A .
n"mhpr of the student bodyof 0:15
;ar Hnownsvlllfl: Jnn'or IUgh PLUS
a"h"o' w*'o hud nrnmlsM to par.
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WITH TOO MANY MILLIONS
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nrownnvill and Oreat MI.
tml to the necessity of this
much needed project. A'fF
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Library Week r DDCTORr'/Jt. ..JV'S\
National Jlhra.'Wp.k. w'U' : 1
e n"1'hIs'e1 nt ttio N"" n .'e F \ ]< e
Park Branch with an open houseon *
Thursday evenlm. Anr' 10 k'eJ i < V
The pub'Ic is invited to tour the
library and become acquaintedwith A <
service available betweenthe
hours of 7 to 9 p.m., t
Elementary grade youne tsre I ? HIRIB LOREN
.,t. are invited to attend a Child.
ren's program on April 19 at 4 SHIR iII oiiarrots

4V p.m.The library Is located at 350 1
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public for supporting their efforts towardsscholarship i

for youth. Look for you next year.
Top photo: Runnerup contestants for Miss Rhomaniawave GOOle roCllcionthe

a fond hello to Gerda Graham. In the middle photo RITZTHEATRE
Miss Graham receives )her Miss Rhomania crown. Bot-

Johnson tom photo shows photos.the participants in the hully-gully line. i ota Huston prodocfa t

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For the complete and 3 BEDROOM CBS Tale of Christ i y rd, .

guaranteed exterminationof Oak floors, utility room, large "BEN HUR" $ Eli Wallach j
Yin.' room Jots of closet space.
CHINCH BUGS Colored tile bath large lot, out Charles Heston

FLEAS ANTS TICKS door barbecue. Child's CBS play 2 Shows Daily 2 and 8 porn. PLUS
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all other outdoor pests "BANDITORobert
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THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI, FLORIDA WMBM SPONSORS all of whom joined in and help
SOCIAL SECURITYIf ed to carry the celebration. Also
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 EASTER PARTY present for the neverto-be for
f gotten event when the owners
k II By ELLIOTT J. I1EZEWhat Al Kline and Al Margolls, the
business manager Joseph Lelb-
'Stl Uy PAUL H. WYCIIB JR. a time it was Easter afternoon man, the traffic director, Miss
when the new ,station I Louise Griffin, the chief engi
/ eerisConference WMBM, sponsored Its first Eas neer, "Red" Ellis, and many
r a.o..w. s M rrw.r ter Bunny Party and celebration, others too numerous to mention
on the grounds of the station on
you have reached retire NE. 71st st. It was one great day at the
new WMBM one that will
An exceptionally large crowdof
ment age (65( for men and 62
never teenagers, grownups, even
for
women) and have never Inquired
about social security the very old, attended the affair time it was if you missed It
II benefits because you are still and enjoyed the many festivities you really missed a treat.
.
-- working, you should talk to a

IIi teen timers, here we are fashions. Can we help but be Influenced social security representative The grounds were literally
again with the Teens Conference. by such skill and splen right away Edward P. Dlonston, covered, with happy and enthus- Attention All
Let's start a new (but very important dor? Even you skeptical Jims manager District of the Miami North iastic WMBM listeners and sup
) topic today, Movies. and Janes must admit that the Office, advises. porters and everyone declared Knights of PythiasGrand
You have a reserved seat in movies impart information, form Because of a 1960 change in that they had the time of their
the center aisles for the feature attitudes, affect our emotionsand the law, a great number of old- lievs. .Chancellor R. A. Dries-
patterns) of conduct. A heavy course of refresh
attraction entitled "Movies, er people whose earnings werehl&h
back of the Knights of Pythias,
Youth, and You." Settle back in Many films exert a goad influence enough to 'keep them from ments including cakes of all des will speak on this Sunday, April
the seat marked 4-U and we;'l1 in youth today. Film' collecting social security bene cription candles, sodas, sand 16 at 3 p.m. at Kerr Memorial
wiches, Easter and what
scan movies and come to some dom provides informal education fits, will now be able to receive eggs Methodist Church 10066 West
conclusions on the rights and by offering movies on various some (benefits during the year. have you, was served. So enthusiastic Indigo St., in Perrine, of which
of the
was some large
geographical,
of "real" life. scientific,
wrongs the Rev. is All
Sheppard pastor.
historical and economical sub- Up until this year, social security crowd, that at times, some of
When the weelcend: rolls Knights of and membersof
Pythias
jects. Film biographies of out 'beneficiaries who earned the little ones got just a little
around and you're tired, you'llfind standing humanitarians, scientists more than $1200 in a year lost out of line, but as a whole the the Court Calenthes are urg-
that properly proportioned order was good and behaved ed to be present.
and composers, augment one month's social security bene everyone
recreation will restore your vigor' laborious book( learning." fits for each $80 of earnings in himself well.
for the learning. Yes, teentlm Well, that closes today's Teens excess of $1,200. Under the new An array of valuable prizes
ers, recreation is a necessity but Conference, so until next week, law only $1 in 'benefits Ls with including' TV sets, scat carstoys,
it must be a creation, a factor so long. held for each $2 of earnings in both plastic and others, bicycles
for good. No matter what ver- excess of $1,200 and up to tricycles, all of the (latest records AMITONE'reKevesUpset
sion of diversion
we seek be it
including popular, religious -
at footbal, knitting, or dancing, AnnouncementBethany $1.500. classics and semiclassicsand Stomachthe
it must be one that will keep us SDA Church will Thus, iDenenciary who many, many others, was given
mentally, physically and moral. sponsor its Junior Choir in a earns exactly $1,500 would lose away to the luc'cy persons,
ly in the pink, and financially. recital on Sunday night, April $150 in benefit )payments.For and yes some of those not-so wayMilkRelievesUlcers
out of the red. Constructive re 16 at 7:,..3 0 p.m. at the school lucky.
laxation does not mean a sharp auditorium, 5001 NW 25th ave. earning above $1,500, Festivities got underway short
benefits reduced! $1 for each
change from week are
day learningto This program is given to bene
ly before 1 o'clock! Sunday andit
week-end living. Instead, fit the church building fund. $1 in earnings. well into the evening before 2 tiny Amltone tablets actually
those coke parties, iblke hikes Mr. Dlonston Invited anyone was have the acid-neutralizing
This recital will: climax the simmered down to a powerof
and movie dates can be an exchange baby contest that is now in pro who Ls now retirement age and they ending. a full pint of milk! Yes,
of facts, ideas, ideals. If gress. who has not previously asked happy Amltone's exclusive Glyclna
The entire air staff of WMBM
we accentuate the positive and for information about his rightsto treats you to all of milk's sooth-
latch on to the constructive, contact the social security office including the Butterball, whowas ing powers..with feeiable relief
recreation will never turn into All Things Must at 234 NE 79th St. attired in a special unique in seconds..that lasts lor hours I
costume, Ed Cook, Rev. Ira Me-
"Wreckreatlon." Let's maintainthis 24 tablets only 40*.
Pass Away Call, Fred "Hometown" Hanna,
matter and move on to movies
who was incidentally on the air J. & J. Drug Dept. Store
MIAMI TIMES
(Dedicated to the family: of the ADS doing his Sunday afternoon
Teen timers all agree that in Late Joseph Cooper) DON'T COST THEY PAY show while the party was goingon 1410 N.W. 62nd St.
teendom movies rate top billing By ROLLINGTON TAYLOR and Elliott J, Plze was there Miami Fin.
when the emphasis is on entertainment.
The reasons are as I Let me breathe and enjoy the
evident as a missing muffleron fresh air, as I live. -- ,-- ".
a '25 Ford. The movies pro- For I know I'm not here to
vide enjoyment and recreation stay,
with little effort or fatigue on There's a limit to the life of all .
our part.. They stir our imagination living things, j
A movie like 'The Ten And soon, I shall pass away.
Commandments' or 'Ben Hur'
(both playing in Miami at the As a child, I should not think ; SO CLEAN !
present) would be excellent movies this way
to go and lee and have fun. My life, I have yet to live,
The experienced thespians, grandiose There's plenty of time to thinkof
scenery, murky mood death,
music, "kill me if you can" Which this world to me must
"kiss me if you dare" plots, give.
send our thoughts thundering.
Movies are seemingly patented The things that are given to
patterns cut out for lush leisure every man,
hours ,but let's read on and Happiness, love and prosperity,
see ,which movies we should: cut Knowledge to rule the entire
out of our spare moments. world,
When the box office opens And to master the open sea.
and we settle into the some-
times soft seats and old black With all this ahead, why thinkof
magic of a darkened movie death,
theatre, relaxation is right Is it now time to pray ?
around the corner. OK Jim and Fine things like these should
Jane, mentally and physically not go td waste,
we are relaxed, but are we going O must they too, pass away.
to let our standards of morality
go AWOL? Movies do more My Lord! before Thee, I have
than entertain, they influence. sinned and sinned,
Hollywood spends millions on But this I did not know,
extravagant sets, vivacious vixens Thy kindness Thy mercy -
peril and passion filled Will to forgive,
plots, seductive up to the second The wages of sin, I now know. I

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I Choral Society proudly presents a Spring Musical, Tues- niversary on Sunday afternoon, Father Hall LecturesAt

day, April 18 at 8 p.. in the school auditorium. Admission, April the 2.program Among were those U.appearingon J. Mortimer University Miami

students 25 cents, adults 50 cents. This talented group is Deacon P. Franks, Rev.
under the direction of Mrs. Mable D. Glover Dr. H. W. Brown and C. H. During the month of MarchFr.
Reeves who delivered the principal James H. Hall, vicar +of St.
I address. Timothy's Episcopal Church
Daytona Beach and Chaplain to
TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Episcopal students at Bethune-
THE MIAMI ,
Solicitor General Kendal G. L. Cookman College, delivered a
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961saciar Isaacs and Miss Grace Chance total of 15 lectures at the University
married Easter .
Sundayat
1. were on of Miami on such subjects
the home of Mia Olga Bethel,
a aQ r r r r y r r rv pr r as Church Hlstorv, Christian
r who was maid of honor. The Behavior, and Human Relations BISHOP W. R. SALMON
ceremony was performed by .
t IN-AROUND THE BAHAMAS.I Chief Magistrate Maxwell Thompson. Fr. Ha'l a former parishioner "And though I have the gift
Gera d Isaacs, brother of of St. Agnes' Church, is the of prophecy, and understand all
., .' '.'-" -" -"" .' -.... -""..--.........= '--' _. =1: the groom, was best man. nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Harold mysteries, and all knowledge;
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The bride is a native of British E. Martin of Richmond Heluhts: and though I have all faith so
Two tnt re Ming reso.utlons: On March 29 the body of Mrs Honduras, but has lived In Nas He is also a graduate of Talla- that I could remove mountains,
wcro m ntlonei In the House ot vnna Sands, 71, was found on sau about six months. She has dega College. and have not charity, I am
Asa mbly on March 23 but were the beach at the western end of been employed at the Bank: of nothing."
ro tron d for a ater date. the Bahamas Country Club go.f Nova Scotia.
Or.e would take the limit off !ouree She was missing since
the numl'or of 'Mcenscd taxi cabs'n 6 o'clock the previous evening Brice E. .Ferguson, son of Mr. FOR SALE Attention LadiesIf
t'\e cltv Th's resolution Is be- The body was Identified by her and Mrs. B. E. Ferguson of Ack-
ins brou R. II. Symonctte, 3evth: was due to drowning, an United Kingdom to enter Brooks you want your hair to :
TIP ofh-r 'resolution; calling autopsy showed. Mrs. Sands llv General Hospital for a three- Beautiful 2-bedroom each look its best, then call Mr*. '
for thclrawal of the troops 31 on Patton Lane. in side CBS. Tile roof oak
year course nursing. He was Beatrice Mayes at .
from the Colony Is bcln" a former student at Princess floor, furnished kitchens.
b 0't b' fore the House by Margaret Hospital. MAGNOLIA
Seventy-two casts ,at the
Arthur Hanna Down
> Crippled:: Ch'dren Clinic of the payment BEAUTY SALON
T'e ta":1:1 cab I resolution is beu 'ni.c-83 Margaret Hospital were
TV
NOT
WORKING Monthly payments to be
iand.0 ? Specializing in all phasesof
: tronglv opposed by Dahauus by Dr Charles R. Bur-
Taxi Cab: Un'on and the Progressive acher, Miami polio specialist, on If you live in Liberty City or arranged. See owner beauty
Liberal Party .rlarth 30. The doctor was accom Drown vlll we will< repair your
'f' T o Gallery In the House had panied:: by Arthur Flnnleston, TV on credit. Pav weekly Free 1768 N.W. 50th St. MU 5.3921
\' a capacity crowd all day. While-: Allan Flnnleston and Dr. KH estimate. Call OX 1-0426. Indf
patrick his associates ut the Va
Un on pickets marched around'the ---
Houce during the session. rlety Children's Hospital in Mi
ami.

Another Important matter tho
House Is considering Is Providing Straw workers who have been Announcing The Grand
more accommodation for Juvenile displaying their products for saveon OpeningOF
offenders. A committee Is the sidewalks of Nassau have
ILOVV considering this question. been moved by the police. A
trong debate over this matter
complainingabout developed in the House ,of Assembly -,
1I0to'owners the misbehaviour are of students recently, and it was sug
from the U. S., probably a gested that new eta Is be erect
p rt cf tho crowd Uat: visited Ft. ed. The straw work is one of
Lauderdale. They say they are the principal means of occupation CHICK 5N CHIPS
young folk who drink heavily for many women In Nassau
and are very noisy. Some are not The construction of a building on
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Some s'cep In the bars, others vendors of a choice spot.
take pillows and blankets from
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them there. Some of the hotels East St., Bishop W. V. Eneas
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Melvin Jackson Post 5693, .r..rr \/1 1
Veterans of Foreign Wars of of West Hollywood are the proud
parents of a balby girl, born | .
Opa Locka held an impressive "
Broward April 11 at Jackson Hospital. i
installation ceremony last. Sat Mr. Dullard is the manager ,' of ,\
urday night at the Liberty
Square auditorium.A County Dowe's Modernistic Barber Shop: \. '\
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large interracial audience I "
I
representing posts from Miami, NewsBy !
Yul g, Hlaleah, West Hollywood, Coral 'I.a
Gables and Carver Rancheswas SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT ,
t present to see the men. and SPIRITUAL I
r the ladles auxiliary take over Walter Dow I II ,
Vfr their positions. LEADER I .
Installing officers were Sal
t, Pllsco, 5th District Comm offi- The CWH Fire Departmentwill AND PHYCHIC READER i:
t4 i cer; Sol Hursh, 5th Dist. Special meet on Monday night, April I
Aide.de-camp deputy and 6th 17 at the Chamber of Commerce BISHOP HUNTER
Dist. president of the Ladles Building at 8:30: p.m. All members '
.,. ; Auxiliary, Pearl Dellaav. are asked to be present. If you are sick or' worried don't
fail to Office hoar
see me today.
Officers installed were:
Commander, Kendall Dames; The Beauticians of West Hollywood dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
and Hallandale are plan- 1 pm. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
Sr Vice Comm., Charles Wlnn; \
: ning a Beauticians Ball sometime to 8 pan. aR I
Jr. Voce Comm., Henry Covin; ''
quartermaster, Oliver Maycock; in May. Watch the Miami 1.1 ,
:I Times for date and place frABli' : .Q.
trustee, Raymond White; surgeon i
< W. C. Covington; judge I
Danla celebrated $1.00 I
of
advocate, Robert Jacobs Jr.; ad- Johnny Fowler
:: jutant, James E. Lucas; chap his 21st birthday on April Up
__ ... 10 at hU home with friends and t
\ My ---. ,- .... __ lain Emory Gibson. I
relatives 5417 SW 17 St.
Soror Sarah Alice_ Cherry and Basileus Hazel L. Grantare '
PTA Spring TeaAll Little J'Alvin Jr., of 6655 WESTHOLLYWOOD
shown as they leave Hattiesburg Miss. where they
,
NW 6th St., West Hollywood, j
attended the Southeastern Regional Conference of Sigma roads will be leading to celebrated his first birthday on
Gamma Rho Sorority. Soror Estelle Jenkins, chairman of Liberty City Elementary: PTA April 8. He is the. son of Mr. I FLA PROP. IIUNTKK
Spring Tea and Fashion Show and Mrs. Alvin James. Mrs.
housing for Beta Chi Sigma, hostess chapter, is shown
Sunday, April 16, from 4 to 6 James is a beauty operator at
saying good-bye (back to camera.) p.m. The public Is invited. WillieA. B.eanor'js: Beauty Salon.

Scott president; Mrs. Mary Drive Carefully
Ford Williams, principal. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dullard I
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Out Dance In," the Pat Sonen, and narration by MINIATURE ESTATE
music.drama extravaganza presented Tally Brown and Boris Prltcher, 1 ,
by students, faculty and was powerful and spellbinding.
gue-t artists of the community's It Is a suite in the progressivejazz $21,500 ,
oldest integrated school The idiom and was played excel I
FIne Arts Conservatory, was a lent'y by woodwind, string and Beauty unsurpassed, 3-bed- \
singing, dancing and spiritual percussion musicians. It depictsin room, 2 bath, Florida room, '
success :ast Friday evening at its universal theme moments barroom, large dining room, 4!
Northwestern High School Audi of Impelling sharp sweetness and central heat and air con I
torium. Directed by Tally Drown acid despair. It is an Important \
(known to many as the "Girl'. contribution to the music of our dition, hardwood floors,

Wonder") and Ruth Greenfield time. We will remember both swim pool, surrounding: .exotic -
director of the school, who wrote these young men for future ref rock gardens; electricbarbecue .
. the music the show combined its erence.
with sink oversize
75 students and professional art Tally Brown was heard in .Ya+nopr' :'vt
" ists In'a production long to be some of her original music being patios, many extras.
remembered.The prepared for the Broadway stage Near Washington Park and

As always, the merited a large 1e3rd St. Shopping Center. ; 15? : tt net
first half of the evening and devoted audience.. Assistingher
was presented by the students in were Ernestine Phillips, '
creative and highly imaginative Larrie Lovett and Seymour Kott AppointmentWI 4. ''
fairy tales set to music and In a clever s'dt: and appealing
dance with a whirlwind finale. Sandra Fox In a youthful song 7-4883
Dance instructor Susan Stadler Boris Prltcher, well known for f
(ballet and Jazz) and Pat Son his ro'e In "Mack The Knlffe," __....J4II, .) cV;
en (creative dance) exhibitedmore lent virility and drama to the k' _____ i'I !
than routine interest in
works of both Miss Drown and
staging the dances for their Mr. Austin. NEW! DIFFERENT!
young people. There was an See adltlonal story In next
electrifying feeling: of devotionand week's Issue on members of the
response from both teachersand cast. Yj
pupils. Appearing In stellar
;' roles of the dance section were Scouts AdvanceNine 4 .
Wendel and Michael Graham

Melba Rogers Polly Ann Holmes proud boya of troop 73 k, 9 _
and Gall Powell. Ably assisting were awarded first and second sr
them dancers, fingers and
were
PTA
class scouting badges at a
the band, under the direction of meeting held in their honor at ,{ ; It
their teachers Albert Edelmanand the Frank C. 'Martin Elementary HouseAND
Frederick Morley. School in Richmond Heights, II Hampton

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the other evening were of James Doran Porter, Alfred Hepburn, Phone NE 3.0611COMPLETELY
Ford, pianist, and Charles Aus- Otis Miller, Ronald Williams and I

tin, composer, local products of David Payne. AIR Fashwnobk. at school
our area, now adults teachingand First c.ass: badges to: Harold ..
studying in their profession.Mr. Smith, Columbus Drown, and CONDITIONEDO
Ford, who recently returned Michael Crawford.
from New York study, played O with light bright; Royal? Grown
Chopin and Dach with a grasp
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Night in TAKE A LONG :A nominal fee of $6.00 sad
$6.50 for members and non-
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, (APRIL 15, Desert" LOOK members respectively make It

::: :;; .;. Boys! Girls! Teenagers! Takea possible attend. for The many feed youngsters assessed will to
r- Knights and Princesses long look at beautiful Owaissa- '

Richmond Heights Flashes 'Desert present, Monday A Night May 16 in Bauer The! Carver Branch YMCA is cover, activities transportation and ,board., food, lodging

p.m. at the Club 11, Coco buailyplanning a weekend of Qualified male and female
Grove. Music' by Dlllie Rolle Its Week
fun and recreation at adults will serve as supervisorswith
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Dy; ORA D. TAYLOR,, his orchestra. Free prizes end Camp, .which is located In Franklin D. "Uncle" laws,
away. the Ideal setting of Homestead.The program director.
<:: :: :: ; include: Cook
; !: :: :; ::: activities
$1.00 advance, at
MItS. JOHN BROWN DIES carried her responsibilities 11.25. Tickets on sale at outs, athletics, recreation, swim- :j--
successfully conducting her Travel Bureau, Miami; ing, educational films, square
Mrs. John Brown of 14741 sery school, nursing service Pharmacy, Coconut dancing, social dancing, camp- NEED MONEY
Polk St., the loyal and faithful keeping up with home, Richmond Heights Drugs. fires, devotions, nature study
wife of John Z. Brown of Martin and community work. She and hikes. $25 to $600
Memorial AME Church, and sored and trained with help This camp has been long'noted Call PL 8.3653
member of Bethune Chapter co-workers, the Midgets All High as one of the best equipped
Order of Eastern Star, passed to We wonder where all the camps in the county and affords IDEAL LOAN
the Great Beyond last Saturday is stored that keeps this Musicians recreational activities for all N.W. 7th Ave.
teenagerswho 6105
and
and girls:
while Easter chopping. Mrs. energetic person going in boys
Brown will be sadly missed by directions of service. evening program is now attend. = = ....;. -
many :::
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her family friends, communityand salute you, Mrs. Ross. Your to all high school bands A heavy attendance is anticipated 4eslrous
all who knew her Services vice deserves this bouquet Instrumental courses are and all young people :
were held last Saturday. available for all band stu of attending are requested Drive CarefullyIS
JUVENILE COMMITTEEAll in the county at North to register early at the "Y"
THE MIDGETS\ CHORUS Senior High Classes
Interested! persons In meet on Monday and Wed-
One of the most outstandinggroup problem of Juvenile conduct nights from 7 p.m. to 10
of young children singing p'ease attend weekly Parents may enroll their YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE
full programs, appearing on television held on Wednesday any school day from 2
radio and accompanyingolder The place for the next to 10 p.m. at Northwestern, SUSPENDEDWhY'
groups in programs as wel will be announced. Call NW 13th ave. wait up to six week to clear your record whenwe
singing alone, is the Midgets
as 54246. classes are designed to license backin
driver'
r Chorus, sponsored by Mrs. Ver- can clear you and have your
students to play better
nice Ross, an ardent worker of The new Armstrong band to make their own your wallet in ONE DAY at .
the Heights. Mrs. floss has done
Homes are for '
open regular band This
outstanding work in nursing, The model is located at 151st : will also help high school Serwce-Ffrsf Insurance Agency
conducting nursery schools back of the Coral Reef Office. to college audi
church and civic work human Is furnished to give you David Paschal pass is In charge 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5.6355
itarian. She has spent much time pleasure of a life time. class. The registration NA 4-6612
and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue
helping to train this Re-
group.
scribe there to take o
you y Ls $2.00
this only
course
cently durng the CP Telethon around or give you Open Saturdays until 3 p.m.
they were awarded a plaque af Open daily and Sunday. Call quarter.
ter appearing on that programfor 5.4246 for information or
humanitarian services. They pointments. Don't forget Registrar
appeared March 31 at the Homes on SW 152nd and
Longshoremen Hall along with more. Speaker
Clara Ward famous singers of ? ... .
Philadelphia. They will appear I Thorpe, registrar and
Richmond Heights
The /:
14 with the Caravan of admissions at Flori- YM y.
again April man's Club is sponsoring one M r
of Chicago at Longshoremen and M University, is slated
Singers the girls' hall at the Dade
Hall. This group has been ty Home On each month guest speaker at the Dade
endorsed 'by other great singers achievement award is given Junior College Instlla
and singing groups. We predicta the- 'girl with the highest Convocation. f
great future for these young convocation will be held
selected by the matron
singers. Be sure to hear them. Northwestern auditorium
standards set /Iby the
to
for future Wednesday, April 19 at the
They are open pro
On Easter we gave our
grams for your church, club, award. All of the girls were hour. Its purpose is to for
install the first officers
lodge or others.
small gifts in keeping with
student government at the
and Easter season The public is invited.
The members friends of Sunday, April 16 at 2 p.m.
Hurst Chapel AME Church, West are having our annual baby FREE DELIVERY DRUG
Palm Beach honored their pastor test at Tots Town 14680
: and family with a banquet in thune Drive. The public is MIAMI TIMES ADS
Church Auxiliary.: The tables The admission Is free. Qa"A
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were beautifully decorated HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Manager
tropical\ flowers and favors. A
You Can't Get
1' feast was prepared by a group of up w 0:; -. iSg ft pgii gtfysj: ::!5g: py ff >A
church ,board members includingMrs. Knocking Me
M. Barber, Mrs Mattle j
I Roundtree, Mrs. Daniels, Mrs. For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
By William Henry Huff for
Smith, Miss Bennett and many
others who made the affair one You can't get up by knocking
long to be remembered. The Nobody will /believe you
guest table was honored with And those ;you think with BONDED
three Riviera Councilmen, local agree
ministers, wives and the press. Are those who would
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Rev. and Mrs. Taylor were ;you. _
presented a purse and the goodwill Sheer knocking never does 5
of the whole church and pealTo COLLECTION
community. Thanks were extended those who are above ;
by Rev. and Mrs. Taylor. The They seek the truth, the
hostesses played soft spiritual the real,
music during the feasting hour. For this alone they love

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Mrs. Ross this wee'c because of will see agency in the South; operating in
her perservance and activities in Your folly and regret 111!
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faithful mother and wife. Her You ought to just forget
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Key West Aliorical's' Cancer DriveThe SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 PAGE 11

Southernmost City
American Cancer Society'sHouseto
----- By FRANCES D. PALMER
bouse drive will again
be In the capable hands of Mrs. DM Symphony Orchestrain

IN GLEE CLUBPERFORMANCE -.. Nathaniel Colston of 1101 NW
60th st. Mrs. Colston librarian
PHIL OSSOFER at the Dooker T. Washington

Two Key West girls will ap School, advises that the Residen Two ConcertsA
pear with the St. Frances De tial Drive will bo on Tuesday
Sales High School Glee Club SAYS: evening, April 18 from 6 to 9

when It presents Its annual con p.m. Appeal for volunteer workers musical treat Is in store for ternately at the four concerts in
was made by Mrs. Colston
cert in Richmond, Va. Dade County youngsters this soloist piano renditions of
asking that they call PL 8.2306
The president has selected a month when the of "
University "Rhapsody in Blue, accompanl-
Sandra Bands after 3 .
daughter of Negro, Mr. ,Weaver, for a high p.m. Miami Symphony Orchestra, under led by the Orchestra.
Prof and Mrs. Alfredo: Sands of governmental job which may be. Mrs.,. Colston stated, "as a doc the baton of world-renowned They are Rochelle Drazler 16a
,
413 Smith Lane, will be accom- tor's wife I am most aware of'
come a cabinet post. We have conductor, Fab ten Sevttzky, presents Junior at Coral Gables High
panist for the Glee Club. sent another the toll that cancer takes. Whenwe
Negro, Louie Arm two concerts each at the and Holly Higgins, 13, an 8th
strong, to Africa to show the realize that every two minutes Dade
Miss Sands, County Auditorium and grader at St. Theresa School in
an accomplished
folks there that someone dies of cancer in the
we, aren't Color- the Miami Beach Auditorium. Coral Gables.Information.
pianist who has
played for this "
well known prejudiced. Perhaps these and United States, Mrs. Colston Plans for the children's: concerts < about tickets is
group for the entire other like added, "giving one hour of your
school incidents are supposed were announced by Madam Marie now available in schools thruout
will
the year also appear on to paint a new Image 'Of time to forward the program of Volpe, veteran business manager the greater Miami area. Single
program to be presented by America, the great democracy.We research, education and serviceto of the Symphony Orchestra. concert tickets for the children:
the club on Mother's
Day May In Dade
the patient
4. are doing things to give cancer On Saturday, April 15, at 10 are 60 cents each. Accompanyingadults
other countries a better Impression County, adds up to an hour well a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Dade may purchase tickets at

Singing with the Glee Club of ourselves. In tact, one of Invested. County Auditorium and 'on Sat. one dollar per concert.
will be Juliette McIntosh, daughter Florida's legislators in the last "We want to eliminate cancer urday April 29, at the same Youngsters and their parents
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mcln I' session ;stated that no new leg for the generation our childrenare hours at the Miami Beach Auditorium should inquire at once about
islation for segregation shouldbe growing into and supportingthe the Orchestra will .. tickets
tosh, 706 Chapman Lane. present and concert details at
American Cancer |Is
Miss McIntosh is a freshmanat made. He wasn't 'concerned Society a symphony music menu, their own school or phone the
the most effective
we
with what other states thougnt means geared to the young listeners University of Miami Symphony
the school, founded 60 "
years have of continued
doing so,
ago by the late Rev. Mother of such legislation, (but was considering Mrs. Colston. from Dade County's 138 public Club office MO 1-2511, ext. 2366.
Katherine Drexel. the international consequences 'elementary schools and to sue- Tickets will also be on sale, priorto
of segregation in the' dents from private and religious each concert at the box officesof

Mrs. Melinda Farrington spent United States. I SEGREGGATIONFOE schools.A ta. the Dade and Beach auditor'

last Sunday in Miami with her Strangely, with all the efforts FREED ON major feature at the four
son and daughter In law, Mr. and made to convince others, we concerts will be the presentation
Mrs. Arthur Sands. Mrs. Farrington still follow the Southern "party TRAFFIC CHARGE of two outstanding local young Royal Twenty ClubThe
celebrated her (birthday with line" at home. We seem to beln guest artists, who will appear alf Royal Twenty Women's

her son and grandchildren. the position of the fellow who Decatur, Ga. Segregationfoe I Club held its regular meeting at
moved every month. It was because Martin Luther King Jr., has the lovely home of Mrs Carrie
Birthday Greetings: Mrs. Me he'd done everything but been spared from jail on a traffic "- Bryant, 1060 NW 64th it. on
lInda Farrington, Mrs. Ruby Davis pay the rent. It hadn't occurredto charge on condition that March 26.
Mrs. Albertha White, Mrs him to do that. We are un I he not violate any federal or The club has decided to sponsor
Edna Kemp, Mrs. Lurlean Ad settled in human relations because state statues or municipal ordi an outstanding girl or boy
derley, Mrs. Yvonne Sawyer, we've done verything but nances. of the month at the Kendall
Mrs. Audrey Martin, Mrs. Her- pay the price for decency and King received a $25 fine anda Home
nice Gallagher, Mrs. Frances the dignity of a certain group of six-month suspended sentence f Final attention was given to
Johnson, Mrs. Anna Jackson and our citizen/ yesterday for driving without a the annual dance of the Royal
James Kelly. valid driver's license. ; Twenty's to be held on April 14.
Recently, Senator Herrell, Dekalb County Judge Oscar WORN BY MORI The charming hostess delight
Get Well Wishes to: Mrs. Es- previewing the present. session Mitchell warned King that the RUPTURE SUFFERERS: ed her guests with a delicious
of the Florida State .
telle: Johnson, Mrs. Augusta Her Legislature, sentence is subject to revocation Amazing comfort for reducible In* repast which was enjoyed by all
ren, Mrs. Mable Dean and Alex said, "Our racial laws are the If the integration leader violates fuinai washable Mrs. Rose Bryant thanked the
ander Forbes. best that can be devised as pro form-mUnl uFITTI Ila' hostess for
any ordinance of statute. : NG JU:. a perfect and delight
Yen by the present status of
QUTAED1dFor chil- ful evening,
,
The case started months ago I men women
DEATII Florida in the national picture In routine fashion, but before dren. $..95 right or left .Ide $3.93' The next meeting will be held
and no changes should be made." double. Look for it on display
the final judgment was rendered at the home of Mrs Rose Bryant
I
Raymond K. Bain died in Tam He neither understand the national HARLEM of Oak Coconut
it had figured in the 1960 DRUG CO ave., Grove
pa on March 29 after a short Ill. or the international pic presidential election. 1400 N.W. 8rd Ave., Miami, FIG Mrs Ada B, Dunn, president
ness. lie is survived by his wife, ture.We Mrs Ethel Peavy reporter
Rosena L., a son Raymond, ;a can yet lead the world to
daughter, Raymone Kaye, father peace and tranquility We can EXPERT WATCH AND
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. yet cure the ills of the world. ...
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David Bain, three sisters, Mrs But, before these goals can be
Marjorie Pla; Mrs. Beatrice reached we must first heal ourselves Andrews' Jeweler

Crawford and Mrs. Dorothy Kel to let a healthy example AlIlTK4T tYOUR FUTURf 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
ly, a brother, Cecil Dam ,a for all others. I p.
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MIAMI TIMES FLORIDA ;
THE MIAMI. CARD OF THANKSThe
burial In City Cemetery. He Is agent with the Afro Amercan

survived by his wife, Lola Mae Insurance Co. for many years,
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 family of the late and several sisters, and brothersand died April 12. Mr. Johnson of

MRS. RUBY LEE WALTON a daughter. :373A NW 14th tern, was a native .
BARBARYwish of Georgetown, Eleuthera

CARDSMEMORIALSTHANK to express their ,thanks and George .Hopkins, 2458 NW and ,dived In Miami for 33 y ars.
appreciation to the many' friendsfor 67th it., wU. be funeralized on Services will be conducted April
the kindness shown to-themIn Lock 22 in St. Peter's Orthodox

-.--____-IIIIU.Hr'_ .. __ ----- their .hours of bereavementWe April 13"'fl'lt in; Opa.' Church. He is survived by his
extend special thanks to the ...
Ohio two sons, Samuel
wife ,
I
YOU CARD OF THANKSI pastor, officers and members of Tf, and Cecil, two daughters, Vfrs.
k Ebenezer Methodist Church; Range, Ivey Cooper, Mrs. Emera d
The family of the late, wish to thank all my friends The Pan American Metal Pro- Uratt, and Miss Curllne Johnson,
L. WILLIAMStake and neighbors, including my ducts Corp.; Pallbearers LodgeNo.
ANNIE Peter Bethel of 1742 NW 5th a sister and a brother,
this method to express pastor, Rev. Pridgen and mem 15, Life of Fla.' Ins. Co. the
Masonic
their gratitude and deep apprec bers of St. Matthews AME Zion Dade County Democratic Association place, died April 3.
rites will be conducted in the
latlon for the kindness and sym Church, Sister Mamie Richardson and most of all I appreciate Sherry Jean Ashley, a first
pathy shown ''by friends during and congregation of the the service rendered by the chapel at 9 p.m. April 14. Fol- grade student at Liberty City
her I.lness and their great hourof Church of God Holiness for their entire staff of the Francis Fun owing this service the body Eiementarly School: died April
I will be taken to the family
bereavement. Honorable men kindness shown me during the eral Home 12. Sherry is survived by her
tion must be made of Tabernacle sickness and death of my late Robert (Chink) BarbaryAnd : home and, remain until funeral parents Mr and Mrs. While
time. Services will be conducted
ausband, Manuel Va des Also Family Ashley of 7736, NW 14th place.
Baptist Church, Rev. J. K. Bryant April 15 at 3 p.m. in St. Peter's
pastor; Mt. Tabor Baptist Dr. Albert Edwards for his ser- Mrs. Mary Lou Brown Orthodox Church, with Cannon Arrangements are incomplete.

Church, Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor vice. Andrew (Shookle) Walton ,Charles' F. Cooper officiating. He
; the entire staff of Roosevelt Mrs. Georgia Valdes, wife Herman Walton and family is survived by his wife,. Miriama services for Dab y

High School of West Palm son, Rodney, a 'stepson; Jackie girl Thomas, stillborn/ daughterof

Beach; Dr. A. B. Edwards and CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Evans, astep- daughter, Miss Mr. and\ Mrs. Ernest Thomasof '
nurses at Christian Memorxi: l Anna McPhee, his mother, Mrs. 1210 NW 65th terr., was

Hospital. family of the :ate, loving memory of Rebecca Bethel, three sisters, conducted 'Friday morning.
MR. B. D. JONES ROSA LEE NICHOLSONof Miss Rosetta Bethel, Mrs. Mar-
thanks to the Range
Special lone Roach, and Mrs. Elizabetl Graveside services for Baby
wish to express our gratitude 5553 NW 24th Ave., who departed
for Its
support Funeral Mortuary and service rendered.mora for the many cards, telegrams this life April 10; 1957. Albury. Mr. Bethel is now !in re boy Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.

May God'3 blessings forever bi and flowers during our bereavement J, M! Nlchol&on, wife pose at the funeral home. Lymous Howard of 1255 NW
8th st., were conducted Friday
with you all. The Family Mrs. Bertha Lee Jackson o! aiornlng.
Mrs. Cl>de M. Williams, 16410 NW 22nd .
Mr. S. T. Jones, son ave.,. died Apr!
sister and family Mrs. Claudia Wilson 7. Mrs. Jackson was a native o'' Graveside services for Baby
DEATHSFrancis Eufaulafl Ala. Local serviceswere boy Smith, .son of Mr. and Mis.
grand daughter
CARD OF THANKS conducted Thursday in Huey Smith were conducted
First Baptist Church of Opa Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs.

We. the family of the late IN MEMORIAMIn Locka. Final rites will be con Smith reside at 1150 NW 15th
ERVIN LEWIS ducted Sunday in' Eufaula. SheIs Terr.
.
Chief Petty Officer (retired) survived by her husband, Er,

wish to thank the many friendsfor brother loving and memory uncle, of our dear Miss Emma Jean Harris of 7 daughters, four sons and 17

their kindness during our JAMES A. WILLIAMSwho 638 SW 10th ave., Homestead, grandchildren. FURNISHED

.bereavement.We passed away April 9, 1960. died on April 6. She was a stu
wish to thank the donor May his light shine perpetually. dent at the Dade County Junior Edward Byrd, of 89 Louis 3-Bedrooms. 3 BathsSee
for the use of their cars at the College and was well known Ave., Elmont, N.Y. died April 8.
funeral We especially wish to the set Serviceswere The body was sent April 10 to
The Family among younger
250 N.W. 24th Street
thank Rev. James Butler and held April 11 at Elmont for final rites. He is
Tuesday|
!
numbers 'of St. wife Flossie. 2 kitchens. Ideal for incomeor
Stephen's Zion St. Paul Baptist Church The survived by his ,
Church, also the Allen Funeral IN MEMORIAMIn body was shipped to Greenville, large family.
Home and all the pa.lbearers. Ga., for final rites. Survivors !include Mrs. Edith S. Robinson, a
Many thanks to one and all.Robe'rt" loving memory of our dear her parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. teacher of language arts at Dor- $25 Week
Lewis and sister, H. Harris, two brothers and sey High School for 14 years,
James Lewis, \brother other relatives died April 8. Memorial services
Key WestCARD ,+ r.. will be conducted by Dorsey Gold Coast Realty

; .,: :'it. 1 1I Mies Betty Jean McDonald of High School faculty at 7:15 p.m. 4301 N.W. 2nd AvenuePL
I. 'r. :J 14 Following this service,
April
)," 1646 NW tat place, apt. 4 died
:
OF THANKSThe April '6. The body was shippedto rites will be conducted by the 1.2426
.I Fayetteville, N. C. for final Delta Sorority. The body will b<
family of the late, rites. Survivors Include her pa- placed in the Church of The
DAISY FERGUSONtake rents, Mr. and Mrs. Colon' McDonald Open Door, Congregational, at ......10.
this method to extend their! five sisters, a brother. 10 a.m. Saturday, April 16. Mrs
X Robinson is survived by her husband
heartfelt thanks and appreciation y Jtt' y* 1
j for the many kind gestures Harry James Woods of 225 Nathaniel, her children, FOR SALE
of sympathy shown them during NW 13th at., died April 8. Woodswas Darnella and Audrey, her pa
their recent bereavement. a student at Booker T. rents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
1 D peclally do we wish to Washington High School, Services Brown, a brother, Shephard and Bedroom CBS
sister, Mrs. Lillie Ruth Bell.
a
think the Ran"'e Funera: Home will be held on Saturday,
Rev Ernest Williams and mem April 15 at 2 p.m. in Mt. Olivette $500 Down

bers of New Bethel Baptist 1 Baptist Church: The body will be Mrs. Etta Archer, a former Open Sunday 12 to 5:30
Church, Mrs. Uattie) Musgrove, on view at the chapel 6 p.m. on resident of Miami, died April 8
Friday. He will be home beginning 3130 N.W. 59th St.
Miss Martha McCullough, neigh In New York City. Before goingto
bors, friends and all who sent 9 p.m. Friday. He is survived New York, Mrs. Archer had Full Price $11,000

flowers, cards, telegrams, purses by his parents, Mr. and lived her for 25 years, and waa $80 month
Mrs. Herman Woods per
and donated cars. seven member of Greater Bethel

May God bless you one and brother mothers,, two two sisters grandfathers., two grand- AME Church. Services will be I This house is like brand
a'l.l conducted in the chapel at 1-00:
Quel Ferguson, husband p.m. April 14. She is survivedby new with stove, refrigerator

Rodney and Quel Jr., sons + Zebedee Scott of 6312 NW her daughters, Mesdames Venetian blinds, beauti
Wanda and Desiree I VIOLAlIEL 18th ave. died on April 16. The Clara McCrae, Hanna M. Sum ful hard wood floors large
body will be, on view in the ,
daughters who departed this life April 21, chapel: Saturday afternoon until I merset, Geraldine Archer and rooms, Fla. room, jalousie
William Delancey father Ethel Doughtry and five sons,
1960 in New York
City. Sunday morning. windows
Mary Delancy, mother We loved her but Jesus loved elude his. Survivors' in John, Williams, L. C. Collins, storm awnings,
wife. Susie
three
Este.le Browne and Pearl her best! two brothers, four; childrenand sisters Major, Amos and Ben Collins. tile roof. See this house be-

Clone, sisters Joseph II. Culmer, father other relatives. fore you buy. You will certainly -
Billy Delancy, brother ,Charles: Bethel, husband Luther Whittaker of 2430 NW like it.Beautiful.
158th St., died April 9. lie wasa
Thelma
Adderley, daughter Robert' Newman of 1226 NW
CARD OF THANKS Merina Kerr, sister 1st ave., died April 11. Arrangements native of St. Ann's, Jamaica; -
and lived here 14 years. Services
Lillian Burrows sister
are incomplete. He !Ls. survived
will be conducted
Saturday at
Tl:e family! of the late, Joseph and James Culmer, by a friend, Mrs. Agnes 10 a.m. in St. John Baptist Large

___.___ ___._d__mm.U__ brothers Fain. Church Rev. Thedford
Johnson
ri officiating. Mr. Whlttaker !is survived Bedroom House
IN MEMORIAMIn by his wife Doris With
Richardson two sisters Florida room, furnished
... .
Mesdames Lula Scott and
sad but loving memory of Pearl Ware, and three brothers, ready to move into, in

my dear husband, Abram Henderson, 642 NW Reuben, Alford and Ira. He Is very good condition $500

f-!:; -"':"- _.., .7 8th st., apt. 6, organist for now in repose at the funeral down, balance like rent.
Bethel AME Church, died on home.
?r : April 9 at home. Services will be 1902 N.W. 51st Terr.

i J held on Friday afternoon at '6 Mrs. Theattes Montgomery of Qpen Sunday 12 to 5:30

i, p.m., April 14 from Bethel, after 2141 NW 74th at., died April
which the body will be ship 10. Services will be conducted e .
r 4. ;. : ped to Orlando for burial. He is Monday at 4:30 p.m. in First I

I survived by his wife, Mrs. Rose Baptist Church of BrownsvlMe If you are looking for rentals -
S. S S.t Henderson, a ,son, two brothers. She is survived by her husband call
trr
r .fss The body will be on view in the A-3c Leroy Montgomery, two sisters us. 2.bedroom

I t: '. chapel 12 noon Thursday. Miss Thelma Mllbry an<' 'Ouse, 1-bedroom house, 1

r es p Miss Debora Adderley and four efficiency for couple or
William NW 8th brothers, Willie Hugon, Theolo single person
x St. was shipped to Jackson, Miss phius and Ruben. Friends maycall

9. on April 10 where arrangements I : at the funeral home 1 p.m. w w
were completed.
Sunday
::1 I We can finance your auto-
Perkins1013
John Rose Jonathan Coker, of 14120 mobile liability insuranceon
n mary Ave., West Palm Beach, NW 24th ct., died April 11. Funeral .
.. ,- 1' died In the Veterans Hospital.He services will be conducted easy monthly payments.Goodman's .
was shipped to Bay Pines Tuesday 3 in
at p.m. Greater
: ELIJAH S. SWEETING kROBERT for burial in the Veteran's Ceme New Bethel 1 Baptist Church of
l would like to thank the many tery. Opa Lacka. Jonathan is survived Real
III relatives, friends and neighbors
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I \ for the overflow of cards, tele- Services were conducted Mon
Willie
Coker. Friends
; .., grams and tokens of apprecia II I day 4 m. from the chapel for at the funeral home 1 p.m.may Mon call Estate & Insurance
w tion.
-'- I Mrs. Amelia Kemp 359% NW day.
M' Special thanks to the Bethany (Uncle Bob) HUDSON 6th at. Rev. Fred J. Hicks officiated.

,.Seventh.1 Day Adventist Church, who departed this life April 11, Mrs.. Gladys McFord at Joe Times, of 2328 NW 63rd 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
ETder CL D. Rock and Hudsoni 1960. the organ. Mrs. Kemp U survived It., died April 12. Services: will
; ) for their service that was ren- "Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep; by two daughters a son, be conducted Monday at 2 OX
v :t.derid In the' behalf of the fam A calm and undisturbed> repose, a sister, and several nieces and in St. Mary's W sleyn Methodist p.m. 1-0380

..- :lly. From which none ever wakes to nephews. Church. He is survived by his
Martha Sweeting, wife weep." I wife, Clotilda two sisters and a
Sumner Sweeting Jr., son Mrs. Beatrice Hudson, wife Services for Jessie Saulsby, brother. Friends may call at 1
Rosalyn Sweeting, daughter And Family 2162 NW 6th ave., was held onT p.m. p.m. Sunday. Advertise It Pays!

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

AND NORTH SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 PAGE 13

DADE FEATUREDIN
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There was a, musical trdat at I r. n .
' the Church 2 OR 3 BEDROOM Houses,
of the Ipcarnatlorilast
J Sunday when the. St. tiecella's furnished or unfurnished, good
", choir, under the .direction A condition Liberty City section; r
of Robert Thomas, also .direc '' NE 61920. I
tor of the Northwestern Jiinlor out I
I
College, was at its best. I A LOVELY CBS home. NW 47th
terrace. Two bedrooms, bath,
During the afternoon this large Florida room. Call PL
choir. Mrs. Winifred Johnson, U-. U 1-5305. 1825 N.W 53rd St.

Lenten president Tea.gave On Us this annual occasion Past FOR RENT NW ROOM 66th in St.BEAUTIFUL private. home. 2114 CK. Cheap with lawn $350 Down $68 Mo.

the Brownsvi'le Junior High equipment Included. 2044 NW
No closing costs
chorus was heard, also Mrs. BEDROOM DUPLEX Apt. 1760 2edroom duplex, 6th court. FR 44689.
Thelma McDonald, who sane NW 60th St.:,Stove and refrigerator and Free Custom built 2 bedroom
"The Holy City," and 'Wilfred furnished. Call FR 9-7415 water.stove Saturday refrigerator.and Sunday 2-WHEEL 'TRAILER. Steel bed CBS, Florida room, car.
McKenzie accompanied by tr.Me'ton tfyenlngs. 1928 NW Und St. and heavy duty hauling. 6% x porte, tile roof oak floor.
White. Mss Gloria Hep ,. UNFURNISHED d 11 1826 NW 55th St. Phone
3-b e r 0 o m # AH this for $68 month.
burn and Thaddetis J Ickney FURNISHED .
house in Richmond Heights, $70 Efficiency. Free NE 32740.
readings; Anthony Syeettng month.. Call ME 5-5074.... gas water and electricity. 4190 ........._..._.. .u' ._ _'
gave a dramatic reading "Be ttOOMINGROUSE
NW 32nd ave. Business. Ex-I
yond The Last Mile" FURNISHED APT. Newly 'decorated cellent location. FR 91366. Mrs 919 N.W. 47th St.
Arthur Evans musical director clean. Enclosed yard, LOVELY bedroom house $20 McClendon.: A22
of the Northwestern School, shade trees. Sultabe: for couple. per week. Can buy like rent. $495 Down $73 Mo.
presided at the organ. Quiet neighborhood Call Mrs. Inquire 2780 NW 60th st. ,NE HELP WANTED
At Solemn Evensong the Hubert FR 4.4234 After 7 p.m. 6-5666 No closing cods
North, nart S"n'or' and Junior call NE 41087. A22 EXPERIENCED beauty operatorat Largs 2 bedroom CBS, Fin.
High School chorus were Ruestn 2-BEDROOM APT; !in LibertyCity Boyd's Beauty Salon 1230 room, screened porch, tile
NW 3rd FR 4.9704 Mrs.
Under thA direction of music dlr $14 week Call OX 14614. ave.
"'otor Charles H. Jones the BEAUTIFUL 1-bedroom large Sarah Boyd, Prop roof. Carpeted. Balance one
"Seven Last Words of Christ" rooms quiet, shady yard, no FURNISHED ROOM. Cooking FHA mortgage.
bv Theodore DuBois, and two children, all conveniences. 1323 COLORED NURSE MAID. Livein.
facilities. 1986 NW 67th St. NE .. .
other numbers were well: render NW 68th Terr. 36203. One child no cooking, local -----
ed. reference necessary. Call UN
4741 N.W. 10th Ave.
Soloists were Miss DorU Ru t- ROOM, with use of kitchen. QUEST HOUSE efficiency for 2, 5-5 602.
ledge and Miss Mattie Lovett; 3867 Percival Ave. Call Wed. or Casement windows on 3 sides $82 Month
tenor, Lionel Reckley; baritones Sun. HI 3.6681.FURNJSIIED colored tile, bath, very quiet.
Robert Saunders and Nathaniel $18. 1044 NW 64th St. PL FISH MARKET Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS

Wimberly. efficiency apart. 9-9049, Near shopping center on large corner lot. C'r-
ment with all modern conven and ,bus.FURNISHED. Bunche Park port hardwood floors. We
BEACH DOG lences. $13.50 per week 3268% all financing for
arrange
NW 46th St. OX 1-3523 one bedroom apt.
For Sale
TRACK CLOSES for quiet couple. 2331 NW 65th these homes.

BIG SEASON FURNISHED 2-bedroom apt. St. NE 36167. Price $2,500 all cash ..- -
Very reasonable, in Liberty City.
Dog lovers, the pari-mutuel Call OX 6.0919.APARTMENT. PRIVATE CLEAN ROOM Bath CASH FOR YOUR LOT
v'nd fiat l I. were saddened! on kitchen facilities. Middle age Call NA 1-0181 or
PL 7-845 283 NW 79th Si
Tuesday nleht when the Miami Two bedrooms, man. $8.00 per week. Call NE

Beach Kennel Club rang down 4190 NW 32nd Ave, 5-5283. MU 1-5716 .... ..... .
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the curtain on its winter meet -"!"":" "'t"' 'T" -
ROOM with twin beds, nice
Ing. 3 BEDROOM
The Beach track which open 37830. HOUSE. Call FR neighborhood, near buses and, jitneys ..- ,
ed to Negroes for the first time privileges. NE 46310.
this season was a big favorite APARTMENT. One See these beautiful homes Sunday
bedroom
,
with local fans. Crowds of 500 I I
4190 NW 32nd Ave. Advertise It Pays!
to l.QOO were attracted nightly CBS Duplex 1351 N.W. 52nd St.
ai. the faithful sought the right
Only $350 down pay
quinlela combinations.J. .
maker. Rent
Money one
Merrill Browne director of ment. One mort APRIL ANNIVERSARY AND side live free in other
public relations for the track, CBS home completely
was we'l pleased with the Initial LET'S GET SALETVS two bedroom apt. Only furnished Only $69
venture and promised bigger ACQUAINTED $11,950. Low down pay month.
and better things next season. .ment. per

BIRTH RADIOS, RECORD PLAYERS, ANTENNAS' 2 beautiful CBS duplex

Mr. and Mrs Edward (Anne) AND TRANSISTOR RADIO, TUBES'' FOR RADIOS 1310 N.W. 52nd St. buildings. On 2 lots

Jones announce' the birth of AND TVS. TUBES TESTED FREE Only 2 years old, looks
April Laura 5,Orlena, 7 Ibs. 2 ozs., For the large family. like new. CompletelyCBS

3 bedrooms large furnished and fully
,
10 discount low prices
Enjoy our % over our
FOR SALE Florida room plus nice equipped. If you want

BRAND NEW. WE REPAIR TVs, RADIOS AND CAR RADIOS rental apt. Low down the best this is it. Low
Open Saturdayand payment. price and good terms.
Sunday. No qualifying low
down payment move right In. ALL OUR SALES AND REPAIRS GUARANTEED -0ACTION -
3 bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood
JE floors 16902.6220 NW 30th place. Home Service 'Calls $1.50 REALTYCALL


HARRY DENY:
Know your TV man and save money

ONE ROOMWith JOE SCOTT 253 N.W. 79th Street TU 7-1536

Private Bath .
,
Private entrance", fully fur AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO. ". -<<, """ '..- . .
nl hcd. Ktove refrigerator

studio couch, sleep two. 923 N.W. 62nd Ave. PL 1-8387
Hot water furnishedFor
1 or :2 people BUY A HOUSE TO-DAY!

Why Hoard

5238 NW 24th Court Move Right in. No QualifyingDRIVE

Can be een on}'time

$11.35 week I FREE FREE FREE o

ENTERTAINMENT BY THESE HOMES. THEN COME BY OUR
I AT OFFICE

: 3260 N.W. 48th Terrace 3-bedrooma-$695 Down

FOR SALE Rockland Palace (brandnew CBS)

3110 N.W. 55th St. 2-bedroom Home-$200 Down

$195 Cash 829 N.W. 2nd Avenue 5612 N.W. llth Ave. 3-bedroom-$250 Down

$69 Month 1338 N.W. 59th St. 2-bedroom-$100 Down

Every Thur, Fri., Sat. and Sun. 1043 N.W. 75th St. Nice CBS home-$750 Down

2-bedroom. completely furnished -
-......- 1065 N.W. 73rd St. 2-bedroom CBS-$495 Down
no other cost. Movein
ORIGINAL AMATEUR AND CELEBRITY HOUR 1176 N.W. 48th St. 2-bedroom Home-$300 Down
today.
,Every Thursday Nite 9-2 1261-1263 N.W. 53rd st. CBS Duplex-$500 Down
.
27 We have over 20 others
Starting Thursday April
,
WE ARRANGE We help you with your financingWe

FINANCING are open Sat. and Sun.
CASH PRIZES TO WINNERS


801 N.W. 54th St. FOR CHOICE TABLE RESERVATIONS FORD REALTY, Inc.

OX 6-1740 PL 9-8372 Pone FR 4-9943

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Sportsmen to Have Bethel Ushers 'CARVER ACRES

:(, PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1961 Moonlight CruiseTake Easter BreakfastMrs. COLLIER COUNTY

_ _.._.__ _...._ __.__ __ a moonlight cruise on
\ t .octlhHICOClOOOQCOOOOHIOOOO! OOOO Cif the Dream Boat, Miami's larg Mary Ross of 6313 NW 2 i/a Acre Tracts near
I est and finest cruise boat, will 11th ave., was host to the 3rd Fla.
THE. be given under the auspices of annual Easter breakfast In hon Ochopee,
LOOKING r the Square Circle SportsmenClub or of' the No. 3 ushers board of Just 1 mile north of Tamlaml
Thursday, April 20. Greater Bethel AME Church. Trail near the Turner's River
I Boat will leave 8:30: p.m. from Other guests including the entrance of Everglades National
w the foot of S.E. 2nd St. Ticketson large number of members were Park. Hard road leading to and
; SPORTS WORLD OVERBy sale at Mrs. Sampson, 1421 our pastor, Rev. S. A. Cousin, thru property. Excellent fishingIn
NW 1st court, FR 38170. guest minister, Rev. G. J. Oats, nearby lake and canals. Price

Sterling Dlckenson, Jacksonville; "405. Term $10 down, $10 per
LEO B. ARMBRISTER Mt. Hermon 'Choir Edward Cherry, Dennis Smith, month. NO INTEREST.
A. Wardell Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
_...._..."" '" ""' ''f'I' ::. .. ..&ft- '" '" "' _. L. Clark Mrs. Dorothy Call or write
"" ----- ---- ------- "----- Says ThanksChoir Robert ,
Reese, Bertha Jimerson, Theoria JAMES L. WALKER
GARY PLAYER IS GOLF HOW THEY'LL FINISH
wishes to
No.
one express
Jimerson, Nancy Austin of Orlando REALTOR
!MASTERS This is an exciting time of the ''Its sincere thanks to all who I Mrs. Inez Williams Nancy

Gary Player, the little stouthearted baseball season when millions helped us to make our anniversary Willis and Etta Mae Jones. 633"9th Street (iNorth
.. South African, who of prognosticates, give vent to such a grand one. A special After a wonderful Easter ser NAPLES FLORIDAPhone
seemed to strive best on pres the loyalty of their feelings for thank you to all of the variouschoirs dee and a most delicious break ,
sure, had a good share of it In the home team and pick them to who took part in the pro- Fast everyone left expressing Midway
\ recent weeks and all being dish. win, regardless of their capabili gram. We thank the ones who themselves as having an enjoy. 35125A15
ed out by the same source Mr. came ones who sent donationsand able morning. AUA
Pressure, himself, Arnold 'Palm ties.This is good for baseball, but tr1* one who desired to come Mrs. Florence Washington is
could
as In the past the team that I and not. president and Miss Oretha Allen,
er.It was in Miami Beach a few shows the most will be winnersIn reporter. Advertise It Pays!

weeks ago that Player brushed the National League we see '
aside all that Palmer had to offer the standing in this order on the
which makes him the greathe final day of the season: Los Angeles 3 Brand New I

is, and win the Sunshine Open Milwaukee, San Francisco,
by one stroke. Plttsburg, St. Louis, Cincinnati Liberty City Homes RUPTURED ?

.,..- It was a repetition of the I Philadelphia and Chicago. OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M. ___
The American League should
same action This time the stakes
I
have a repeater with Chicago %
1260. N.W. 55th St. 00
being of a higher value. This
getting the jump while the other PlilS RECTAL DB1ASESft
was for the Masters championship 1437 N.W. 56th St.
part of the league Is becoming ft MM
this one rockets a golferup homesteaded; following Chicago. 839 N.W. 56th St. am fW. M IT,
and over the stars In a worldof
should be Baltimore, New York
his own. Today Player Is en Free! 1 Year's Taxes
Cleveland, Kansas City, Detroit,
joying the
celebrity of this spec Minnesota, Boston, Los Angelesand Free I 1 Year's Insurance
ial world
; he was able to boom-
erang the pressure that Palmer Washington. YOU MUST SEE THESE

puts out and win the Masters by MACHEN THINKS OF I LINCOLN ESTATES
one stroke. CHAMP BOUT 3-Bedroom, 2 Baths

Player's prowess aa a golfer
had greater significance, since Eddie Machen told to prove Split levels, Florida
he is the first foreigner to ever himself as worthy of a crack at a
win this great classic. the heavyweight title In his rooms
match against Mike DeJohn in WHY RENT ?
DADE HAS PAR THREE the Cow Palace in San Francisco Harmar, Inc. MO 5-3592
COURSEThe last night, did that.
Monday just
..... 4*
The second ranking heavyweight P -
Speed Links at Miami 3-BEDROOMS SOME GARAGES
Springs Country Club has been Contender performed flawlesslyind OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M.
gained a clear cut 10 round
converted into a par-three
course, this change was made leclslon Feature over Sports DeJohn.Inc is weighIng Richmond Heights As Low
because of the $250
as
many requests,
demanding that his the possibilities of a heavyweight Corner Coral Reef Drive
be made. arrangement title bout with either And Fillmore St.

Springs manager, Woody Machen land as or the Henry challenger.Cooper of DeJohnwas Eng- LOW DOWN PAYMENT Prices from 9,300

x Laughinghouse said, "This is a number six-rated contend LOW MONTHLY
the only par three en PAYMENT
Dade course in $62.00 per month pays everythingSee
County. He
r r estimates the
'1 I l nine hole playing time NO FISH STORY 3 bedroom 2 baths
t. to be garage the three bedroom model at
j, approximately one hour and it Built-in Oven and
This is no fish story, there Range
1H
not
r ; interfere
;i',: s the regular course,with at the play same on really are thousands of fish, i Tremendous corner lot 10835 S.W. 221st Street, Goulds
worth thousands of dollars to be I
time golfers with limited Sodded and
landscapedOra
time, hauled in from the creeks and

use can from have a their good irons round and and vast get fishing canals in contest the zone 2 of Florida D. Taylor CE 5-4246 DeCarlo Homes, Inc. HI 4.4681Auto

puting experience.The .
All fish caught before April 30
overall yardage for nine will be paid the price of the val.
holes uation tag: which ranges; from -...-...-vrs-..w-w... .. ..____.uu"u_ _
is 1,445 yards and the
longest hole is the 210 number $25 to $10,000 after April 30, :q;; ; ;, It; yKS30B T "XD::>>

three. until Dec. 31, 1962 any fish with
Green fees will be $1-25 for tag will be paid $3.00. Warning:
nine holes, $2.00 for 18 holes, Don't eat" the fish and present Do You Need
throughout the week. Summer .the tag alone. Present tagged
fees effective May 1 will be $1.00 fish.
for nine holes, $1.50 for 18 and
MAGIC CITY DEnS
75 cents twilight (after 4:30:
p.m.) BOWLING ACTIVITIESThe
Insurance Or A
BASEBALL'S NEW FRONTIER activities of the Magic
City Debs Bowling league is taking
Baseball this week planted a wider scope each week.
.stakes in a brand new unexplored These young ladies have i>
frontier and courageously settled down to some real excel- Bond ?
headed into the brave world of lent bowling) and are getting
tomorrow. It opened its first ready to present Miami with ome'
162-game schedule and the first top-rated female bowlers.
ten-team set ever presented is Here are some of, the resultsof IF YOU LOST YOUR LICENSE
unveiled by the American the skill with which these
League. young aspirants handle the ball.
The National League, so as to OR, HAD AN ACCIDENT
not be pushed in the background High individual game: 1st
for the honors of being first withan place Arlena Williams of team OR NEED SR22 FILING
innovation has the Cubs,being No. 2 (210 scratch) : 2nd Fran ,
ces Morgan, team No. 2 ((209
generated by eight coaches instead -
I of the one multldutled scratch); 3rd, Ceraldine Ever. OR, HAVE TOO MANY TRAFFIC TICKETS
manager. ett team No. 6 ((206 scratch).
Team high was! captured by
I Whatever the additions the team No. 1 ((985)), Mary May,
basic principles of the game re Capt.; 2nd team No. 4 The Kar- American Can Insure YOU! !
main the same. This we are more rillon Beauty Salon, ((915)), Jean
I'i j than grateful for. Slater Capt., Team No. 2, Cecil
r : Radio and TV (831)), Francis
Because this was the initial
'l' p f penetration of baseball's Newt Morgan, Capt. LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES

t Frontier, no other was more fitting The entire league wishes Mary
:
to head the frontiesmen Mayo, captain of team No. 1 a EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS
i I ting to head the frontiersmen speedy recovery from her Illness.

::V Washington threw out the Chicago first ball at game the, tation There to Is all a ladles standing Interested open Invi-in American does all the work for you. We have a special

: again proving his love for all that an active healthy pastime to safe driver Call Jean at
America loves .best, he stayed until come out and join this organiza program. or see .
I G\ it was obvious the Senators tion.

f were unable to play or talk the Registration is on Wednesdayat
t : White Sox out of this one. 7:30: p.m. American

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ANTIOCH BAPTIST MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
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Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
Rachel B. Pratt, reporter Phyllis Myers reporter

4U Sunday School . . 9:30 Sunday School . . 9:30
Morning Worship . 11:00 Morning Service . . 1100;
7' me BTU . . . . 6:30: Evening Service . . 7:00
I. Evening Worship . 7:00:
Sunday morning we had a visiting -

The president and members minister.. Rev. McDonald.\

of the No. 2 choir cordially invite lIe preached a very enjoyable

ST. MARY'S C. W. M. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST SMITH YOUTH you their and 9th your anniversary friends to ser attend sermon.Sunday night the pastor gave

Rev. T5. A. Culrner pastor 1671 N. W. 68th Terrace vices beginning Friday night, the message Everyone was very
DAY SPEAKERAT happy to hear our pastor a
say
Mrs. S. Dawklns reporter .. Rev Ernest Williams, pastor April 14 at 8 p.m. and closing few words to us.
Sunday School . . 9:46 >eacon .Fred Williams, reporter ST. JAMES Sunday at 3 p.m. The Rev. J. The No. 2 choir will celebrateits
Morning worship . 11:00 Sunday School . . 9:30 W. Stephens, pastor of the An- anniversary on April 16.
Evening worship . . 7:30 Morning worship . 11:00 tloch Baptist Church of Browns They are asking the cooperation
Morning Evening Service . . 7:00 t vllle will deliver the anniversary of the entire church.
worship was led by r F message. '
Rev. H. V. Stewart. Our pastor Sister Ferguson Is as'clng: all The deaconesses and the deacons
delivered a wonderful message. members of the Junior choir to be are 'going to have a tea on
His subject was, "The Master's present on Sunday morning because i THE INCARNATIONChurch April 30. They are asking every
Wonderful Mission. Three persons the music will be rendered one to cooperate with them to
Joined the Christian family. by the Junior choir. School . ; 9:30: make their tea a success.
No. 1 choir furnished music Saturday there will be sale Solemn Song Mass . 10:45 The sick and shut-Ins are Sis.
with Mrs. McFord at the organ. at Sister Forbes' home and a the Junior EYC . 6 p.m. Ellazbeth Da'niels and Patricia
No. 2 ushers served. address Is 7440<< NW 15th ave. Senior EYC . . 6 p.m. Mosley. They are both in the
There will also be a sale at Solemn Evensong . 7:00: hospital and we are praying for
Evening worship was led by the church with them to have a speedy recovery.
Sister
Barr
our pastor, Bro. H. V. Stewardand charge.Mr. in lld a r Events: The Sacred Heart of
Bro N. Burns delivered themes the Episcopal Churchwomen of CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
'age, "Same Jesus." Two Que Ferguson would like the Incarnation is sponsoringtheir
Joined. No. 2 choir furnished the to take this time to thank the annual Tots on Parade Christian Science Society NW
music with their organist Miss members of the different organ Sunday April 16 at the home of Miami, holds Its services every
Jennie Parks and their director, izations of the church, for their Mr. and Mrs. Levi Johnson Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T.
A. ,Carey. No. 1 ushers served. many kindness extended him IIOIIUHT SMITi1Youth I 1515 NW 66th St., 4 p.m.. Mrs. Washington School. Testimonial

Let us pray for and visit our during his hour of distress. '. Day SpeakerThe I Martha Strachan, chairman. motings are held once a month,
the last Wednesday in each
.jslck.
Waltz Time is Fashion Time
We were happy to have visit. FIRST UNITARIANRabbi public is invited to Join presenting Miami's, Ten Best, month at 8 p.m. Indf
ing with us the Rev. the youth of St. James AME
Mother Norman N. Dressed Women.
Ethel Hunter. Beth David Congregation Shapiro of Church in their "big day," April Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist
will be
16. The occasion will be the annual
the The Saints Ann-Margaret Is
guest speaker
at the First 402 N.W. 2nd Ave.
NEW PROVIDENCE Unitarian Church 46 youth day observance. sponsoring a fish and chicken
M. B. SW 29th Hallandnle. Florida
Youth will in all official
serve dinner sale on Saturday Aprl.;
,
Road on Sunday,
April Rev.
16, 11 Benjamin Franklin pastor
Rev. C. J. i capacities, and special areas of 16 at 11 until
Burney pastor a.m. Dr. Charles Phllhour of the a.m. at tho home Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter
Sis Claudia Wilson reporter University of Miami will service to the community, of Mrs.\ Winifred Johnson, 1921 Evening Service 8 .
Sunday School.................. con. church and youth will be the focal PJXV
..... 9:30: 'I duct the service. NW 69th St. For deliveries! call
.
YPE Band Prior to coming Sunday School.. .. ......... ....... D30:
6:30 point during the observance.
NE 45295.
to Miami
last
December Rabbi Morning service .. 1100
Morning Service .................... 11:00: Shapiro has served congregations, Robert Smith, outstanding Evening service ..11.1.111.,1.1..1....................... 7:00:
BTU Evening Services .................... 7:30:: In Tulsa, Toronto and Akron. lie senior at Booker T. WashingtonHigh BTU ............................................ 6:00
...................... 6:30 is a graduate of School has been selected TRINITY C. M. E.
the
BTU ..., . 6:30 of Minnesota university to speak during the morning. lie
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.
College of
Educa
611 N.W. 5th Ave.
has selected the topic, "Youth
The pastor, choir and other tion, and of Beth Hamidrash Rev. E. T. Brown, pastor
And The Challenging Sixties.
Williams
P. W. pastor
,
members of the church had a (the college department of the Mrs. D. J. Howell reporter
very successful Minneapolis Talmud Torah.) Vice president of the Thespian Mrs. Burnesta Green reporter
trip to the state
convention In Jacksonville and Rev. and Mrs. Robert W. Son- Troup No. 1212 and presi The pastor and wife along: Sunday School 1,11.1 9:30:
dent of the Debate Club Robert with Bro and Sis. J. W. Wells, Morning Worship . 11:00
played well their part the en, along: with members of the
on recently won the Love and Char BTU . . . . 6:30:
program. We church will attend the annual motored to Birmingham, Ala. to
are always thank. ,
Evening Worship . . 7:00:
ful to God for His many bles meeting of the Florida Confer. ity oratorical contest in an ora attend the Bishop's Council and
sings. ence of Liberal Churches (UnltarianUnlversalLst tion on "The Causes and Treat- the dedication of the now libraryat
To all of our visitors and ) in Sarasotaon ments For Juvenile Delinquen Miles\ College. The doors of ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev

friends you are always welcome April 14, 15, 16. The themeof cy." lie participated in the Elks Trinity are always open, if not II. McNeal Harris, pastor.
In our services at all times. the conference Is "The Natureof oratorical contest and placed for service for test and prayer. Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter
Man," and the two main first in tho Judging. You are always welcome at Sunday School 9:30:
liberty City Lutheran speakers will be Dr. Ruben Gote- Don't fall to witness the challenging Trinity Morning worship 11:00Do :
sky, Philosophy: Professor at the program planned by the
N. W. 58th St. and 15th Ave. University of Northern Illinois, young people of St. James
and Dr. Jack Mendelsohn, min Sponsors for the occasion are
The
Rev. Wa'ter Plnnt will be ister of the the Rev. McNeil Harris Club and
Arlington Street UnItarian
the speaker this you haven problem? Diuiiiffla URAl, Marrlugo -
Sunday at the Church in Boston. The the youth of St. James..
Liberty City Lutheran Church, Religious Education Clinic will Falling, Can't win tho man or woman

meeting breezeway of temporarily the Carver in the be headed by Roy Halt of the GRACE PRESBYTERIAN you love, Been Crowd, Need Money. Everything '
YMCA,
NW 58th St. at 15th ave. The American Unitarian Assoctatlon.BAHA'I 6895 N.W. 14th Ave. Going Wrong? Health Had? See .

worship service Is held at 3 p.m. Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor MADAM RACHEL '
with Sunday School and Bible ASSEMBLYMrs. Sunday School .:SO
Classes held at 2 p.m. I Frances Baumgartner of Morning Service 11:00 Palmist Reader AdvisorOn

The Rev. James Bouman Is I North Miami will conduct the Evening Service . . 7:00 All Problems
co-pastor of the church. I third of her series of discussions Wed. Night Study . 8:15:
SPECIAL PRICE WITH THIS AD
on the book, "The Promise of Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m.
ST. PAUL A.M.E. All Ages!!," 8 p.m. Sunday April will Five ORb for two or more customer (limit $JJ per cab)

KPV. M. J. Fayson pastor 16 at the Center. The theme for be This guest Sunday preacher Rev.at Savoy our neighboring 901 N.W. 79th St. ((9th Ave.) ,PL 7-6497
this session will be: "The Mis
MfR Lee Cray, reporter Presbyterian Church in A22
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sion of Christ. The public Is
Sunday Morning School Worship... n'-oo 9:30 cordially Invited to attend Key West, Clarence: Richmond,

Hvenlng Phone Miss Solomon: secretary, pastor.
Worship 7:00 FR 1-5420 for further Informa Rev. J. C. Thompson will .
Our service bring to us the morning mes
tion.
couldn't
pun any more graceful have be- sage at Grace: and representatives Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller
than when
fh+ Beauticians of our church's governing Not Rootman Not God Either
DoosCongregational But
of Unit 7 wor- Church of The Open the Session will be in a -

service.shipped with The us pistor's In the morning ( ) charge body, of evening devotions.We JUST A GOD SENT MAN

message Rev. H. C. McDowell pastor are happy to have our vis
Rev.
vS.Jerjr !inspiringly| taken from Shepherd Bogaetors
and worship with us.
12:6, A. E. McNeal, reporter itors come
+* Do yon haw a problem?
Mr. Slnkerfleld and Mrs. Thanks to our many friends TEMPLE BAPTIST luslneiM had Marriage
Champion thank everyone who end members for the success of
helped make their programs a "Talent Unlimited." The Dor- Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor i i tailing, Can't win tho manor

success! Sunday evening. sey Junior High Chorus, The Sunday School 9:30 woman you love, horn

The pastor and congregation North Dade High Symphony Or Morning worship 11:00 Crossed, Need Money,
from Mt. ZIon, Homestead, was chestra, the Booker T. Wash DTU 6:30
In charge of the service! Sunday ington Drama Society for their Evening worship 7:00 everything Going Wrong?

Day night In the Interest of Men's wonderful participation In this The City-wide Mission, Mrs.L. foalth Had? Can't HatUfjr

cultural affair. A. Moran, president, will four husband or Wife?
The Pastor's Aid Board sponsored Sadness came into our midst bold Its monthly meeting 3 p.m.
a spicy program after service In the untimely death of our Sunday with Temple Missionary Vant a New Home or Car?
prosrram. R. Wooten Is PI member, Mrs. Edith Smith Robinson Society as hostess. The public is
and confined to the Veteran'sHospital whose funeral will be Invited. -
In Coral Gables. Don't held from our church Saturday,
forget to take someone! to church April 15 at high noon. The Sunday School superintendent SEE ME TODAY
and remember sick made flying tripto and teachers' contest has
please the Our pastor a
Never before In the hUtory
been postponed from Sunday
and shut In. our state church meeting at
Fla. during the afternoon to Monday, 8 p.m. An o>, of Miami, have so many
St. Petersburg, ,
e lo been helped by thin
TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince week. 'Interesting program Is antlcipat P'" >I>
ed. Come and see how they run. great wonder man.
C. Mobley.: pastor The Men's Bible class will The Rev. I. W. Hepburn, associate .1
Sis C. McKlnney, reporter start! Sunday morning at 10( minister at Temple, will It costs nothing to
School of Wisdom 10:00 o'clock. All men are welcomeand be the speaker for the Morning II
T p. e Band 8:30 invited. Meditation on station WMBM come in and talk
Friends and visitors welcome
are
Evening worship 8:00 next week.
'
to the 11 a.m. service Dro. Edwin Lord is In Jack '1627 I N.W. 9th St. Apt. 1 FR 9-9138
Youth don't forget hour at sanctuary ,
your every Sunday our son Memorial Hospital where he
each Monday night at the church. 786 NW 61st st. underwent surgery on Tuesday In Key West Every Tuesday at '708 Angela Street
Come I
out and enjoy yourself.
Let us pray for his speedy re
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP covery. In Marathon ''Every Wednesday 9 to 9

ANTIOCH BAPTIST 220 N.W. 20th Street At Johnson' Barbecue Stand

Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastor Elder 0. O. Fann, pastor
M. T. Copeland, reporterS Sunday School . . 10:00 Something to Sell I In Homestead Every Friday 9 to 9

S BTU ... .L.M..L..111..1.......' 5:30 Christian Study ..' . 0;<00 We'll Sell it For You!
J.cfl.: S Service, ....... ".:..... 11:00 LvQAIn( service n.,, ? 1UI0 t I





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THE MIAMI 1 'MES MIAMI, FLORIDA Club is going to be most suc Special Easter .:.
\
I cessful. Again, I sayAMENITalk LOVELY NEW

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1960 le Sunrise Services''' On 3 BEDROOM
the shootIng
.. .'_ ...._ __._i iI of the town -
that took place last ,Friday 2 BATHS. FLA. ROOM
I I night when Nathaniel Robinson, Sweeting's Estate BUILT-IN ''ELECTRIC
a tutor in tailoring,shot and kill
ed his spouse, Edith Smith Rob Lauderdale Hundreds KITCHEN, GARAGE
Ft.
inson, also a teacher. ThIs is a
Around Miami most regrettable. affair for bothof of people, both colored and 1232 N.W. 65th STREET

them are well thought of com white, attended the beautiful 1426 N.W. B8th TERR.
munlty members. But it bringsto Easter Sunrise services on the
mind that GUNS MUST BE estate of Dr. H Sweeting from ,1430 N.W. B9th ST.
DAVE BONDU DONE AWAY WITH! Florida
--:-- By all parts of
6 Open 3 to 5
\\ M Til next week, Live Life, Dr. Sweeting wore a gold p.m..

Every Golden Minute of it. robe lined in purple valued at ..:..:.... '
Peace. also a priceless ring
$2,500,
EVERY WEEK I have to alt lady guests was won by sports contains sacred stone
which a
". down and think of what to write woman Margaret Brown I took ##I"I 'II" '#" '" from the Holy Land called the We build on your lot

about.: Sometimes thiS becomes first place among the male members Meet Your Friends at Ring bf Caesar. Dr, Sweetingcame
and Al Mitchell took sec- MONEY DOWN
. quite a hassle. So, I sit and forth blessing the people NO
\ think, I and finally I come up ond. Mayme was first in the female water' from the River
:
CAL'S with hoy
with this thought., My money, ,,members and Rebecca Long LITTLE' Jordan. He has dedicated the estate ,Cash paid for your lot ,or
In taxes pays for the was second At the meeting following *., >. ; <
money for
your 2955 N. W. 54th St. as'a ahrln? :ot prayer 'homCa"
and county the tournament, eight
our
justice budding\ all people to come for prayer
... court housfe'as'well. Yet signs are persons joined the club, which and meditation. BARON JE 8-1340
displayed White ''water, Colored brings the membership up to 20
water, these signs''must be done Ernie Hayes, tournament direc Cold Beer and Wine Special guests: Missionary --,.
away with Somehow I Just don't tor, did a fine job in making this and Bible Lecturer, Dr. E. R.
understand part time segregation.Look tournament a smooth running Hot Sandwiches Byonln of the Ho'y Land, Saudi DON' COST THEY PAY
at It this way, and If I'm success. All of the golfers had a Arabia Dillard High School
;;
wrong, I'll apologize City owned Good time and played good golf. HAROLD YOVNGBLOOD, Prop. Chorus, conducted Easter music:, II
TIMES ADSuw
golf courses are Integrated Looks like the Par and Birdie MIAMI
and many visiting ministers.
We drink same water, use same " " " "
.. .
to clubs on the - --- --- ------- --- --"
Johns, go night
Beach, drink out of same glasses, _
use same Johns, eat In downtown

restaurant, drink out of Markets sameglass Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
go to Super
drink out of same fountains in' A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY .
cluding Shell City, go to Gran-
don Park Zoo, drink out of same
fountains, no squawk. How
come the, elgns 'In the court
house and the Justice building
On the turnpike signs displayed:
white water, colored wattr,
white men, 'coldred men on the
doors of the prlvvles.. How come
Northern Negroes drink out of
the white water cooler and nothing -
: said? Negro women use the
white water cooler and nothing lft-1
said. Negro women use the white

ladies rest room, again nothing SKI '
said. S r :r r: _

Some where along the line
somebody is goofing, either all '4 v t tfaW 4w
of the state supported building
signs have to come down or all. This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
should go up, half of segregation
is just as bad as half of in
ct tegratlon. It, keeps everyone in INSPECTION NEW 3 BEDROOM
I Black Cu OPEN THIS SUNDAY FOR YOUR BEAUTIFUL -
confusion.
,' a state of,

1 ''))1, bans fountains drink? nobody out of says white anything..marked CBS HOME. OPA LOCKA. CUSTOM BUILT, 1949 N.W. 152ND TERR.

... Negro drink out of same fountain -

I ,? tell I don't me have what's this the problem difference : Large bedrooms, built-in oven and range, rear large, all-jalousied Florida room.


er I play, I'm it strictly safe. I a don't Pepsi drink Cola man wat Plenty of closet space, utility room. New 19" TV set, \circular driveway to carport.No .

tout what I want to know is

who will see to it that these closing costs. One mortgage only. !
signs are removed and when thatis $ 795 DOWN
the question

I.: GOOFED..' Clyde. Klllen's f'.I lJ If'
Night In Nassau will be at the
Harlem SquareApril 16. Last BEAUTY! BROWN SUB DUPLEX! Custom built mansion for the

week I said 'the Knight Beat. 1 I Brand new 3 bedroom CBS. particular buyer. See IUS!!
am sorry.. Clyde told me that Rear screened Florida room. See 5200 N.W. 10th AVe
many people called to see if 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.
there had ,"been a change to Built-in: oven and range. New Carport for each apartment
which he said no. So please excuse 1inch TV set One mortgage. r
Nicely furnished. Terrific I loca
my mistake. Thinking of Move right in.
Clyde: makes' one think of the tion. City water, schools, shopping
Knight Beat 'on the other hand Only I $495' Down Are you J looking for a good location
buses
thinking ,ot'Clyde makes'' one for a beauty parlor I nursery
think of a Night in Nassau, Ope Sunday 1.6 p.m.
April 16 at the,' Harlem Square. r '!: :: :$ ::'!I Only $995 Down kindergaen, home. See this
4-bedroom home at 1629 NW
PRETTi"' GIttt; of The Week: 2-bedroom. Close to bus, schools, t :: ::
52nd St. Close buses
to
and Mattie, shop
Thelma D.\ Mortford shopping No closing costs. One
Lou Fredrick Pretty Boy of mortgage only to pay. Total DUPLEX ping.
The Week: ,Jules Wilson: (Bond
ed Collection' Agency) Man price $8,500 with $495 down, Beautiful corner. 2 bedrooms, Only $795 DownBeautiful
About Town: 'David Paschal $88 month each side. City water, lavishly
Policeman 'of, :the Week: Sgt. L. See 1923 N.W. 58th furnished ::;1
St. close buses
Smith .. Doctor of the week: to shop
Dr. Jerkins (Christian Hospital). ping Priced right Open Sunday
.I!! .
:; 1-6 p.m. corner duplex. 2-bed-

SOMETIMES It'. nice to remember CARVER RANCHES rooms. Each apt. One apt. will
some of the people that See 1000 N.W. 52nd St. carry all expenses: Live free in
made Miami such a nice placeto New 3 bedroom CBS. See 5341 the other apt. Large 75' front,
lire in when they are gone, S.W. 19th St. No closing costs. deep lot. Partly furnished.
but I, for one, won't ever forget
Jack O'Dell, Everette Butler, One mortgage. .
Marion Sheffield, Herb Schole.: Only $395 Down Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 baths See 1095 N.W 5Ut St.

Of course there are many others, CBS. Florida room, oven and
and I can't mention them all but
!I range, sprinkler system. Close to

let's not forget those that once 3 Bedrooms 2 baths Brand 17th Ave. and NW 79th St. Small home for
were our friends. May they rest new couple or single
' in peace. CBS. Built-in oven and range, buses person

Helpful Plugs Dept: Going to shower doors, garage, heaters, Only $995 Down
Tampa?' If'so try, staying at WIllie city water. Close in. Only I $295 Down

It's Lewis the most Place;In 1916 Nassau 16th ave.it's $1,495 Down See 1580 N.W. 77th Terr. $15.00 week pays alls

Mariettas Guest House, where
else. Going to Atlanta? Three
places, University Hotel, Savoy
Hotel or the Royal Hotel. Goingto SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET
Mississippi Don't stop, keep
It's safer.

going.AMEN I Mission Accomplished I FAIR REALTY PL 7-1645

_" Last Sunday the Par and Birdie
.. Club had its monthly tournament
at Miami Springs. Six with of We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including SundaysList
our charter'member. played
I
I Everette our ten won guests.first Coach prize among James your lots with us for quick cash sale. Best prices paidI


the putts.guests First with prize a 76 among and the 31 ". ,: : : ', ', :.','-'" ... ':,, ',; :' ; '" ., ,:.:' .::.'" .,- :" ." ':' ":. C >:" _': .;:" ," : 7", -... ..... ,,,:,' "' .'... : : t' '" ,,> ;" ':
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