The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00262

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Hawaii, following a long Illness.: bar High School In Washington.
A native of Miami, young D.C. Among other accomplish
SERVICES TO BE Pharr established: himself as & meats while at Dunbar he held!'!!

HELD HERE distinguished international entertainer the rank of Colonel l of the cadet.
and was a big favorite corp and graduated as the valedictorian
lly KLL10TT J. PIEZK in America and European theatrical of his class.!
S i Kelsey L. Pharr: Jr., son of Mi circlet. From high school he entered!
M / ami's prominent retired mortician Pharr first attended school at Northwestern University where-
died Thur.day morning at Mrs. Carrie Anderson's Kinder he was the first" Negro t.o appear !
i i St. Francis Hospital, Honolulu, garten. Later he attended Dun- r
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Boy Drowns in LittleR

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uer CanalCoolln 6 :

off In the Little River r water.

Canal from Monday's 79 de- lie ,appnrent'y "Just let go and ,
Air Force's "Angel of Mercy"-First Lt. Janette gre3 temperature caused a 13- disappeared under the water r weY

Hield of Miami, nurse with the 4520th USAF Hospital at veer d boy his life. He bobbed, yelled for help and.

I Nellis Air Force Base, is shown ministering to the needsof The body of Lewis Gllchrlst, thrashed around the water.

a member of an Air Force family, Mrs. Melva Ferris. ron of Mr*. Elsie Gilchrist, 6515 "The tube floated: away frm,

..::..Official U.S. AF photo NW 14th court, was recoveredby h'm' He kept ho'lering. A couple
Metro divers from the canal of the boys ran away. The ''boy
near NW 7th avo. and 85th St. wrnt under." r +
Nellis AFD. Las Vegas, Ne- tered nurse at St. Mary's Hospltil : ,
minutes after he sank. Tonv Orandlnettl 16
on heard
vada Announcement was re- I HoboUen, N J. Latrr she
Cent')' made of the assignment enlisted In the US. Air Force Artlflc'al respiration taPed to thn shouts! and running to the.
-o-ivo him. canal, he plunged in in an attempted
of First Lieutenant Janette and was commissioned' a first
Weld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs I lieutenant. Brian Albert, 1213 NW 86th to find tin boy, whPeAlbert '
calltd the police but fall "" fj I
John A. field, 1303 NW 1st ct.. Following torma' military at !t. reported that ha saw Lewis
!Miami, Fla. to the 4520th USAF Gunter Air Force Bas\ Ala., she and five other boys approach "d. .The body. was found at 3:30: In the University's dramatic
Hospital', Nellls AFD Las : was ass'cncd to Nel.ls AFD. t"o canal bank.: The boy un- p One of his told production. Ho also appeared ina
Nevada: as a nurse. home of 'the 4620th Combat dre&cd and walk:d Into the companions number of other dramatic pro 'f
vecs'I' police that Gllchrist couldn'tswim !
.Lt Hield, a graduate ,of 'I' Crew Training Wing and ,the wa'er. When he was chest-deep, but wanted to Into the diictlong In Chicago, and later '
or T. Washington High, 4520th A I Demonstration he climbed Into an inner tube water to cool off. go went on Broadway as n member
celved her training as a regis ,, Squadron (ThunderbirdJ.) which floated' out to deeper of the famous "Porgy und B&ss"
I Services will: be held Saturday,
4:30: p.m. at Zion Hope Baptist I
l;: urcn.. .'111...-.1fit1'It ""t.1'1.1'.4,.' .,nuan.Itli .

Seeks Pharr Y'I'J 1.\1 left ItOVH! "Por y and Des,,"

Kennedy Negroesfor IT'S OFFICIAL! to Join th" ''nt"rl'ntlonl\ famous

I quartet, the De ta Rhythm
Boys, where ho established an

Government Jobs POOLS NOW enviable re orlt The quartet ap l
poured mostly In Europe, and r
later went to Japan, Hawaii and

ination, but this will not hold I tehncan! fields, and is 'ooklng other points In the far east, In
URBAN LEAGUETO up appointments.The for person: to refer to these po OPEN TO ALLCity addition to lorlrs of appear-
HELP Great.r Miami Urban I sitions. awes In various parts of the I I''
United States: The Delta Rhythm
League, in cooperating In this Manager Me'vln Reese
recruitment said the I Interested in Miami Boys worn among some of the I
Last week the greatest ta'ent program persons wnt to Manor Park Pool on
government is looking for almost I may contact the: Orcftter Miami first Negro/ groups to appear in
hunt In the nation's history: began Wednesday and advised the staff
Miami Ileach,
by the United States govern- anyone with graduate col. 1Tri>an League's office Tat 395 NW that the pool would be segregated -
lege training and or accredited First' St., reTardlng these positions While in Sweden Pharr met'
ment when they tent recruiting no '
and became personal' friend of 'I
agents throughout the south, experience in specialists, or i "Anv taxpayer who seeks admission 'ngemar Johansson
seeking the services of bright I pays the fee, If any .
young Negro men and women. and obeys the rule must be ad- HTHICKKN: IN HPAIN'
All; of the departments: of the m't'ed' he told managers of Pharr war first stricken in
United States government are NAACP Plans Giant 1v other city pools. Madrid! Spain, and later underwent
seeking qualified personnel as a After the city attorney's office a major operation In Paris.
result! of the statement by President is ned an opinion that obeying: He spent Christmas of 1960 In
Kennedy to his committeeon Miami with his father and left
tbe federal court order barring
equal employment opportun erregatlon was the responslbil for Japan for further engagements
ity. Th e President! said the Telephone CampaignWE ''tv of the city manager and not with the quartet Later he
White House is determined topermanently the city commission', :Manager returned to Honolulu where he
was again strlckenrd and entered
Temove from gov'ernment I -
RfpfiA went Into
employment and from ; WANT YOU the Jlfe line" for all Americans.We Feleral District action.,Court, upheld the hospital. Pharr tallied by ,
work performed for the government .. phone with his father the day
havn a new ech"dn' Itt by Circuit Court of Ap-
every trace of discrimination. KNOW US e office, wo plan never to close pea's, ordered desegregation of before he died.
." And Vice President Lyn doors if you wil. help. For nook here last month. No action He met and married the former -
don D. Johnson the Texan who I Field Secretary Robert call FR 45631.( For was taken on the matter by Mitt Mo-bel: Mercer In Nassau -.
Is the commit)', chairman, dflrs announced from the drlva.'s: rights and the rights of I th* City Commissioners __" in 1941. Miss Mercer' from
resolutely agreed! *We mean r office of tbe NAACP plans join and support your Swimming' facilities* in Dade Shropshire, England, was a personal
of ttiu Duke of
business." ; giant Information program NOW IS THE TIME County have been desegregatedsince
; Windsor, who at that time
will be Initiated: this was
AWAKEN'Dr. I U 5'.
number of departments of
A weekend and will continue I. governor of the Bahamas.

the government have: _already_ n the__ end___ nf.__ the n__ .mpmhprnhln___ ___. ___, _, The body wI'; be flown to Mi '
pieced Negroes In star : JObS. ---or ami and is
expected toarrive

been service Heretofore able grade to, advance few four,Negroes about beyond$4,000a have civil you failed It Is the and his public be'lef neglected informed that to we as have keep to I DR. A. B. BENSON DIES IN ALAI I Monday.-. --q

what dointr
we are and what .
year :your officer are doing In the Arthur Bernard Benson, Key West and still 'ater becamea
Frank Reeves, Special Aftrts- area of civil rights We plan to former Miami physician, died number of the staff of Veter COUNTY
'.ant to the President, in a state. go into every home with a phone suddenly Sunday night In the *n'", Hospital in Innkve*. ACCEPTS MIXED
ment to the Miami Times, em and bring the message to :you. Veterans Hospital at Tuskegee, While in Miami he maintained
phasized now !Is the time for The campaign will be divided Ala offices along with the late Dr SCHOOLS
qualified Negro personne' to apply Into five area sections starting Dr. Ilent/in f In survived by his J. R. Scott flr. Fol'owjng the
and take advantage of U. S. ,, this wee'und In the Coconut wl'e. Rave, of Tuskegeo his death of Dr. Scott be became affiliated Escambla county school board
voted to the federal court
positions.The Grove section, the battle: field of with Dr. O. W. Hawkins.The accept
government mother, Mrs. Nono Benson of St. ruling to desegregate
offke Benson and Hawkins public
our militant leader, the Rev.
Augustine! a sister, :Mrs. Grace
schools '
National Urban League and Will have come mixed
were a popular spot on 2nd
Theodore R. Gibson, presidentof
has been approached by representative tbe local branch. Albert principal of Floral aYe In the late ''JO'f classes next term In and
Heights Elementary: school of
of a number of the around Pensacola.
government departments for assistance I I am pleased to report thatxthe M'aml and a nIece, Mrs. Jacque- Funeral t services wer held on' This Is the first countywide' 1
In the recruitment of membership drive Is proceeding line E Washington of Detroit. Wednesday afternoon In Tu- order for school desrrefat'on
professional staff people Some alone at a pace that has far exceeded Dr. Benson will be remember kegee. in Florida, and may be a J pat-
of the government. will require our expectations. I trust rd as a practicing physician: In'I .' tern for other counties that are
passing a United States t I that you will give It your who e Miami! between tbe years of 19351 Ills wife resides in* Tuekege9r Hunting against the BuprfOO
civil s rric. .ComnUivloQ exam hearted support M the NAACP and 19 to. lie later pra<: I,.Box .141 Institute, Alabama. Court order.

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I All Miami has welcomed the
bier news that the original DCT The General State Baptist ing the president of tJenedlo\
Amateur Nlt' and Parade of Convention of Florida held Its Co'lege and Dr. tt.eedet' Qt Cie"
Stars now of North Dade High: In 72nd annual conclave In Jack lumibUs S. C., whose mettsafceg
Opa Locka has been che4u1Pd.! sonvllle April ,4-8. The host were challenging. arid etiligbten-
Friday and Saturday nl ht... churches were Day Spring UeV.I loge
Aunt 28 and 29 at 8 o'c'ock are I W. E. Weaver, pastor, meeting All officers ward rd-eteeted;
the hapnv date An usual s me I place of the parent body} Shiloh, The convention meets In TairibA

of the cltv's best talented thA Rev A. B. Coleman, pastor, next yeaft .. ..
several areas of entertainment seat of the Women's Convfin- '
will make lit the program It ton; Abbyssin, Rev. Wynn, Letter to The Editor
will be recal'ed that last year pastor, where. the Young People
beat lit. Reevds!
the Dunche Theatre was fi'leddo
standing room only minutes met.The -welcome: program oh lease allow: me spade iii frdilr
after the show began. This is! the Tuesday evening was pre"nted paper tb giVe Aif.> Charles L.
reason for the twin night per i at Day Spring, and was a thing Williams his flowers! while He
: ; formances this year and why It of beauty. Religious, civic fraternal can see their beauty and fiinSH
has been moved to the school I|I l, business leaders and ed their! fragrance.
,J ._ ucators greeted the 'arge delegation l Dear Mr. WllUamUt
,., ,I, I Among the many different ,I and the chorus of Stanton I suppose that your mail hat'>
groups; that will' appear are: High School and choir of D a y bren crowded with letters of fe-
'} Margaret Green of Northwestern I Spring thrilled the audience.Dr. gret to hear Of. your retiring la
,.. '" ', and a prize winner last year; the J, A. F. FInlayson great September. And yet I cannot resIst
t # :< i\ ;JI ; Detones: Blue Dots, Valtones leader, was ably assisted by Vice adding mine to your cokes:
t 1 '. 1f (first prize winner last year), President A. B. Coleman and
I \ > The Delmlrers, Florells Charlie others during the deliberations.His tion.You will toe missed at BookerT.
f J"J J "i. ,"; 1,1'.I. Mae Foster, The Mlsselettes, annual message was elo .Washington. I think you have
.I.-,, .- .- 1-,< .'tJ'. --.'- "Carolyn" of North Dade and quent and fraught with practical done a wonderful job. I wish
quite a number of newcomers to
Savage, Land O'Nod Kindergarten Conte't" of 1962. common sense. more people would emulate your
Barbara Davis, Roberts Nursery Additional Inspiration came to the entertainment world. All of Mrs. Susie Holly, president of teaching.
: James E. Scott Nursery, Alpha Delta Chapter when Basi- the schools are being Invited to the Women's Convention, madean May you live one hundred
enter their beat talent. This talent
"Debbie's Nurseryand the Booker leus lona Dukes gave her reportof Impassioned appeal in her years and I die a day sooner and
T. Washington Nursery. the baslleus conference he d may be a presentation in any annual address to the assemblyfor never know a great person, like
of the many areas, such as dancing
Prize winners for the contest in Nashville, Tenn on March 18. "higher living" you passed on.Sincerely .
were (Insert) first Thelma singing, comedy, gymnastics A number of out,of-state visitors I yours
Elaine Murphy, daughter of Mr. ,Members of the National So and originals. were in attendance, Includ- : Rosa Lee Brady ,
and Mrs,, Spencer Murphy; sec- rority of Phi Delta: Kappa, Alpha This is the year's best public I
ond, Volena Deveaux, daughterof Delta Chapter, were overjoyedwith relations feature of the DCT pro
Mr. and Mrs. John Deveaux; the success of their "Annu gram
third, Anna Mar'e Ellis, daughter al Walking Doll Contest"
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellis The sorority wishes to thank Bethel
fourth, and honorable men the following persons and kindergartens Apostolic
tion Janice Wlnkfleld, daughterof for their cooperation: Fashionette Winners
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wlnkfleld, Herbert een Cody, Regina Davis,
The sorority hopes that this Cox Kindergarten, Grace Ann 1
year's program merited your ex Sidney McCartney' Kindergarten i Bethel Apostolic Temple Dav
pectation of the "Walking: Doll Herbert Rhodes, Timothy O. School at 2310 NW 58th St. he'd
I their first fashionette contest on
,.-- Monday, April 10 at 8 p.m. at
the school. Guest speaker for the

Beauticians to Meetin occasion Cherry. The was winners Mrs.In the Frances kin

dergarten division were Pamea:
I Nottape, age 4, and March Lew
is, age 4 teenage winners were
LakelandThe Miss Betty J. Davis and Miss % (
Pau'ette L. McCoy. Contest spon- DELIVERY ,4A DRUG
sor was Mrs. Francene Mobley

twent:",-fourth annual con the state president and all unit manager of the school Is Rev. D. .
vention of the Oran 79 Blossom presidents. The chosen 25 will .i Hr Akins and PTA president is
Beautician: Association, Inc., will be in charge. Mrs. Nettie T, Mar- Mrs. Agnotor Nottage. HAROLD JOLLIVETTE. Manager

convent" in the city of Lakeland, schall, chairman. If ._
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May 21 thru the 25th at the
Recreat'oml Center, 411 2nd St., The president has requestedthat
the convention headquarters. i all; units donate a little For The Finest Apartments at Moderate
I more to the Civil l Liberties de
Convention" theme: "Public partment if possible.
Relation Through Community Unit 39 Is the convention host, !!' .' ;
S'"v'tr" II ghV''ht- of the conv Mm Albrrtha' Strictland prcsl- BONDED 'K"'o ,... '
v t'oi : Srnday, May 21, 1:30, d' n', Mrs, Ahlne S. Waldon
e' pn'ho, hoart meeting at the t t pra.ldent! L ry ;
re'er At 7:30: pm service at 'G! + x 9 k
First D pt'st Institutional St. Mary's Annual 4
Church Monday 5pm, parado.: ( _
Monday 8:30 p.m Oratorlca. Bazaar WinnersThe COLLECTION
Cent et "Th Nrgro and
Beauty winners in the annual .
Culture ot B 'thel AME Church' .
Bazaar of St. Mary of the Missions
M s Mayme Dixon chairman.
Church, which was held
May 23 and 24 annual Cllnlca
fast' wrek are as f.ol'ows: '
Workshop sponsored by the MuS Flfst prize trip to Nassau, AGENCY Inc.
of Florida
ma Sorority Mrs.
won by Shaw; second,
Florence All, bistleus .
D. A.JuMtr
$25 cash C. H. Williams; third, ,
workshop chairman. 53pc. set dishes, Louise New-
Tue-day 9:30 p.m., Hair Sty'e bold; fourth, electric iron, Fannie
and Dance Bertha Perry chairn Johnson. The largest collection and rental xY
n. We greatly appreciate your ..

Wednesday, banquet.. honoring support given this project. I agency in the South; operating in
I Dade and Broward Counties'

Negro Housing areas--

t.. L. BROOKS President'




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4240 N.W. 27th AVB. .,.. .,,,, NE 6.8411 .
---- "'- I asp HAMMONDVILLE RD.

An added attraction at the Alpha Chi Pi Omega I 1678 N.W. and St. OX 1-4428 Pompano ... ....,,,,,..,.,,.,,. WB 3-3SS3
Sorority's Cotton Dress Dansante to night (Friday) at
0 17828 HOMESTEAD AVE. Opa Looks MU ....17
the Harlem Square Club 'will be Gil Robinson and his
Port-In' CE 8.3883 0 14460 N.W. Und AVE.
Blue Marlin Calypsonians. The native group are all the

rave in their home Island of Grand Bahama, 80 miles 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue
east of West Palm Beach. Billy Rolle and his orchestra FR 3-8416

will furnish the regular dance music. I :





(I yy uIi1i1141 SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 PAGE 3.

V et3SeS8l3S &SSa8&iS

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------ By RUTH PERRY.- "

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i ir As many observers had for- subject. In a recent issue of Current
seen, when the Manor Park Pool Magazine, Dr. Ginzberg.:
case was brought before a U. S. writes that it is practically impossible .'
Lt Appeals Court not only was the for the Negro child to'
Manor Park Pool ordered deseg develop positive attitudes towards
regated, but the Court also: rul work when he early comes''
ed that all city pools must be to recognize that almost a': of,
desegregated the desirable. jobs in the com
munity are closed to him.

Dr. Olnzberg continues by .
As it has often happened in say.
ing that next to the home, the'
the past, fanatical maintenanceof
represents the most im'
segregation in one area has
portant agency of society in
led to desegregation of much
helping! to
{ tiiIII prepare young people'for
larger areas.' The trend (and work and life. Segregated
rightly so, since the U. S. Supreme schools
are hard
i praised to establish -'
Court had ruled
on so and maintain
i& : w many cares of segregation, and standards, and significantly proper Influence .
ordered desegregation to take
training Negroes re
place at once or within a reasonable ceive. The vocational courses
length of time has been
) available: to Negroes in the high
toward the ending ef .
schools of
the South provide 'instruction -
in public facilities However, it
mainly for those Holds
has never ceased (being
a source
Negroes can find employ-
of great amazement to
ment. Negroes have :Itt'e opportunity
Southern officials (Un this
to be
trained In schools
our own Miami City Commissioners for
the metal trades, electrical

Sunday, April 16 the tlh-o for Improving. unpaved streets in organist of St. Agnes and a member .1 the' wall) can and see yet the keep writing on spend on work work, on and which the modern bettor paying Industry
Sigma Chapter of the Phi Deta the area. of tho fraternity presentedthe ing taxpayers'! money, and their is based.
Sigma fraternity worshipped at award to Mr. Adams. Bro- own time ,and energy uselessly
St. Agnes Episcopal Church at HELPED to ban zoning for Green's award was presented by: trying to stem the tide of demo- TUB FUTR17K
which time two awards of distinction warehouses in the area. Bro. T. S. Greer. cratic progress.
were presented I In considering the future, the
First row: James L. Cherry,
Nflal Adams, business man, Browns Nathaniel Smith Ellis D. Ad. Against the tdvlce of their costs of segregation In man
Christian, philanthropist and ville Youth Center. I deny, Dr. H. H. Green, T. S. own attorney, Miami City officials power terms can be briefly sum-
president of the Brownsville Improvement WORKED to get more Negroes Greer, Hartman Gibson, Arthur : stl'l quote the Miami City marized. Much of the potential
Association was the registered and to the polls Evans. ordinances as the supreme law, of the Negro minority goes to
recipient of the coveted Sigma I Second row: E. Stevens, Lee disregarding the higher ruling waste because It fall to be developed -
Social Actions Award for the Mr. Adams operates a grocery ;brown, Dr. Melton White, James of Federal courts. And to top it and many Negroes be-
following accomplishments: store in the area and is a member Kirnes, Clinton Williams, James off, that old bogey of intermar I cause of a lack of opportunity,
in good standing and trustee Bryan riage is still being brought never (become aware that they
CLOSED:: Many bars In rest- of the Drownsvil.e; Baptist Third row: Frank Cannon, up to confuse the other wise possess special aptitudes. Much
dent'al! districts, prevented the Church.Dr. I Oble Duren, Frank McKoy, Henry I clear-cut issue U almost becomes of what Is developed Is lost to
opening ,of othenl.ARRANGED H. H. Green, physicIan. Mott, Otis Haywood, D. monotonous to keep on repeat- the South through out-mlgratlon.x
surgeon and charter member of Heath, David Ivey. Ing this but once again, would The Southern Negro who becomes -
for a deputy the Rho Sigma Chapter of the not it be the better part of wisdom an electronics specialist in
sheriff to be assigned to theDrownsvi.Ie Phi Beta Sigma fraternity, was on the part of Miami officials the Armed Forces is not likelyto
: area. the elated recipient of the Sigma to accept the obvious truthof return home after discharge.

MET with school board to Initiate Man of the Year uward. This QualityPhotography changing times, rather than He will relocate In the North.
proposa's for the three I Lward Is given annually; by the trying to persist l in holding on to
publls fchoo.s presently foundin fraternity to the most outstanding flimsy straws of costly tradition? The rapid expansion of thenation's
the Brownsville area. Be- member of the chapter.Dr. Because costly they are, and economy during the put
thune Elementary F lor a 1 Green commented, "I've one of the main reasons (except, two decades has hidden from tho
Heights Elementary and Browns waited 30 years for this. And I'm DONE BYJohnson or course the reason of constitutional South the price that It has been

yule Jr. High.HELPED proud that I have been chosen ,,- right), for Negro determination paying for the maintenance of
at! the recipient of this honor '"'',. to 'wipe out segregation segregation. This price Is con-

to activitate plans able award' Bro. Arthur Evans, .7:,, ; .Is.--the, -.fact---that--- ..it. --costs-...-...a-great- .. 'n'stantly th... 'Wn.rising... .'" .ltnntl.And In. the n".t faco.....
I uelu ui money tu upuuiu u u u : '
maintain segregation And we I necessity for review; .t our

--- must aVays' remember that not American economy, can the
only: are white taxpayers payingfor South continue flagrantly to
segregation, but Negro tax throw to the four winds tho
payers are also being forced barely untapped source of mm-
agaltut their will to help keep power available In the South-rn
segregation when they must pay: Negro I think not, because
taxes for segregated pools, time is running out, and there
a +e k buses, education or parks.MANPOWKIl li not enough left to hold on to
r ,/ costly outworn customs and tra-
'',, < VVA8TM ditions. American democracy
1u.. JJI needs all her
and all
M.. Perhaps one of the most tragic
of Miami and useless byproducts of her citizens usefully employedto :
their ful'ost:
capacity to com
segregation Is the waste of Negro -
bat totalitarian forces
Street manpower In our American
409 N.W. 17th
society. 0 Dr. Ell Glnzberg, a professor
vN of economics at Columbia
Phone FR 7-2294
University, has written many
articles about this. particular JOIN THE NAACP ,


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Only $350 down pay .
t !
: Money: maker. Rent one ment. One mortgage.

tide, live free in other CBS home completely

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2 beautiful CBS duplex

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Only 2 years old looks ,

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4 SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 2' U Br I viUe

j ,4 1 e31 I ih' TA in Action SUSPENDS ATTY.

a '.'\'1her 'i'41g: contest In\ process -' JOHNSON
r Brownsville Junior High
at, <
t+ Attorney John D Johnson has
to 't BWjwnsville"
of law for 'at least six
:"firsttime.. Contest closes on
vary !
May; 15?,?To,'"climax the contest', months by; the Florida Supreme
of < f<.-
charges v' Pr
well Court on $
there -,wit\ be a ..
Main Office'at 0740'N.W. lath Avenue-Phone'OX 1-0421 planned\ dance, for the students slonal conduct. :. ,
ranch at 1112 N.W. Third?,Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 32230 with ,,a. rear: orchestra at 'which' The of Miami misappropriation attorney, was of 't accused xinoneV' -
o" ,,Brownsville;
Mr''and Miss
{rime II. E. BIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher will be ,,frowned. Proceeds from paid him by
deposit in
and with'accepting a
Will towards cold
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager 'this,water affair; fountains go throughout. 'the' a' divorce proceedings.'case and failure' to Institute *

Entered M Second Otoss! Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Officeat school Sunday: April 30 'la also an Important ', He 'could not 'Seek reinstate-
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870' day In the Drownlvl11errJ aient ,for at least six 'tn tHb,
\ llfe j..oO'n that Sunday, from the court ruled, and lihtfT,, he has
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 4 to \$ pnthere will be held repaid all the money he-accepted ,,.
MONTHS $1.70' ,, 'musical ftte. Many .Important from clients.
ONE YEAR $4.50-SIX MONTIIS $2.75-THREE our first, ,'
: flhoral Hiro"8 *roc* Because of ill health, It ts re
Dade County schools will >appear"> ported. that Johnson has. trot,
LIBERIA, Made the harsh state practiced tOt a year* ,
:$200,000,000 PROJECT FOR .,... '
: inept; "Uiautlie! dads are not, concerned '.,ulILLJr.dl 1JI t -, R
Dr. Horace Mann Bond, in an exclusive feature Nina Shorter 'Js a contestantfor about their children's
:article i I for the Associated Negro Press reports that a Miss Cinderella. She is, a' welfare. We,*at Browhsvfle high WILSON'S ."."*

.$200,000,000 iron ore project is shaping up in the Re- sophomore of 4 Northwestern' Sen ,,know ;better, as waa evidenced i ,
tor High School, vice presidentof at our,' PTA' meeting honoring Saio *
public of Liberia. the Young Women's Christian Dads; on, April: 14. At that 'Uramore I 'Beauty ,',,
American, German and Swedish interests ,are joining Association, nember'of the, ,jft.aji' 150 nad$? h W'ed up.

with the Liberian government ,in: ,a 60-50, profit ,venture senior chorus and a member, of 1B08 N.W. 67tH..$TI\ 2t'
six million tons of' the the Youth Groul' at Great : :
aimed at extracting upward of Bethel AME Church. Her hob- OPENING SPECIALS ;
highest grade ore in the world ,for use in the steel mills of bies are playing records, talking '
Europe, Japan and the United States. and singing. Her ambition Is to -.- "

This is the Lamco Joint Venture. some day become a nurse. E. Wilson, Prop. *

Everything! about this project is giant-sized. It is designed -
d '<< ie f
to be the biggest mining venture in the world. A s y 5N Phone OX 1-2616

railroad 160 miles long is being carved through formerly JUST BROWSIN'.By

inaccessible "bush". A new harbor at "Buchanan, is under PAUL HENRY

construction, at a cost of $40 million. Two huge new c ore; .A ,. .
boats, each capable of carrying more than 60,000Jfions, NEW! DIFFERENT!
"Ella in Ber'ln" was the new
of ore, are in blue print, form. album of Ella Fltzgera.d: who
When Lamco is in full operation, it is estimated .that won the female single record 1U
the Liberian government's revenue 'from; the' project will and album awards In which she

increase! by more than 60 percent of its':present ,annual Knife.featured," the song, "Mack The

income. Ray Char,'- s, another vocal
One of the most amazing facts about this vast 'project star, won the top ,award at the t-

is that a Pennsylvania Negro iron-maker, who had third annual Grammy' award; '
settled in Liberia had vision than 100 : dinner of the National Academy :
a more years ago Arts and Sciences;
'of Recording
of the possibility now being realized. f : Hampton HouseAND :

Dr. Bond, first Negro president of Lincoln Universityin Governor Farria, Bryant: named -. '.
Pennsylvania is now dean 'of ,Schoo of Education, At 17 Mlamlam to the Florida GEORGE KILPATIUCK VILLAS

lanta University and a member of the board of directorsof Council toward of new 100 Indu which'trIal will develop work t Father of the Year 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.

the International African-American corporation, the ment and increased tourism for Quest speaker was Clifford

parent concessionaire of the Lamco joint venture. the state. Matthews, social. studies teacherat Phone NE 3.0611COMPLETELY ,
North Dade. The Faculty Ma'e
t P. Alison Strickland of Chorus made its debut and the
CUBANS REVOLTWe Citrus County has Introduced a several numbers sung brought AIR
bill in tll!'* House that would pre warm and long applause. Dr. Joe
now have a real civil l war going on in, ,our next vent ,the sale of beer In' drugstores ''Hall, Supt. of Schools was special CONDITIONEDTake '0''''
f door neighbor, Cuba. ,Cuban';;revolutionists launched the supermarkets and Other guest.

attack on Saturday morning when they bombed airports grocery stores.,. It Is now before \ The school band, under the ,0 .. '"
the Temperance and Judicial 'direction ''of Charles Austin, was/
at Santiago and Havana and established a, beachhead the family to dinner
somewhere along the coast. Some of Castro's pilots used Committee._ wonderful.' Our principal! gave atHAMPTON ',. .
time y observances and express' ) "
Cuban planes and their fled: ,'to other tountries. The Rev. F Clark, pastor ;ad h appreciation for such full HOUSE'
The Cuban situation is ;perhaps the most importantin of the St. Matthews Baptist cooperation from all. '
the world at the present time. i iRussia's Church, who had been ill at the The PTA president, Mrs. RESTAURANT ,
Jackson Memorial Hosplta1 Is
Charlotte Wright, presented the
Premier Khrushchev charging the United I now at home to the delight .of I very first award for the Father: Food Prepared bye T *
States with the responsibility for the invasion has promised i his friends. I 0
many ,>f the Year to George Kilpatrick ,'
Martin Crue'
to help' Fidel Castro. President Kennedy denied that Senate 'or outstanding support of the Chef ;
If the to a bill with'
this country is responsible for the invasion, and at the passed by the House agrees last week. PTA. Formerly |

same time told Mr. Khrushchev that the United States drivers license will: be Issued Arthur Wilde on, the Beachw

will retaliate in the event of any military intervention by every two years instead of an I Personal Attention to All + !
outside force. nually. It will be' issued in the. Nurses and Substitute .
month of your birth. The cost'
This country will not intervene with force in the would be the same, $2.50 for Mothers: USE HAMPTON HOUSE.

battle between Castro's forces and those seekingto over- the two year period., You are ''losing many good Convention Hal'! ;'.

throw him, said the President. -, .. nursing casjs and jobs because ,
Another bill approved by the For Banquets Mee iAgs'
With the unsettled situation in Laos, and now Cuba, I Senate would a'low' new, perma ,we are unable to locate ,
the United Nations has quite a job[ on its hands. Let us nent residents of Florida, even you! Please register Conventions' ,', ."

hope that some way will be found to settle these world though they have not been here your ,new address and .:.r-
problems other than further a full year, to vote for presidentand Large parking area'
any resort to arms. phone, ,number.. New application -
vice president provided they ,
would have ,beeneligible: to vote *',for live-in nurses ac- 4200 N.W/27th Aveaus'l

THE BIBLE IN SCHOOL in their former home state. cepted., NE ;J0611I

Circuit Court Judge J. Fritz Gordon has given his Income tax time is over. Now Reliable Nursing Service
decision in the suit to prevent Bible reading in Dade we've got to think about our real 432 ,Espanola, Miami Beach William Knighton, Mgr: 1

County Schools. The Bible 'can still be read in schools and estate. If you haven't, paid your
1960 county taxes C, better do so. _
the Lord's Prayer can be said. However, after school Tax certificates will be issuedon c_ :m.. 8.,iIL.c- Ao7_ 1

Bible classes were ruled out, so were use of religious mo- June 1 against all property
vies and religious plays. Baccalaureate services are all for which last year's tax Ls not APRIL ANNIVERSARY AND

Some members of the school board thought the decision -

a fair one, others thought it should be'Appealed.'
have paid fines.Poland RADIOS RECORD PLAYERS
They did not like the restrictions, however: the majority is a former vice chair
accepted the decision. man of Tallahassee: CORE. He TRANSISTOR RADIO, TUBES FOR'RADIOS

The American Civil Liberties Union and the American was expe'led from Florida State AND TVS. TUBES TESTED FREE

Jewish Congress, sponsors of the lawsuit, are reported University' for admission shortly to after Florida applying A

to be satisfied with a part of the decision, but are con- and M University; for Negroes. Enjoy our 10% discount over our low prices
sidering appealing the other part.It .

is pleasing to know that at least the Bible will be WE REPAIR TVs, RADIOS AND CAR RADIOS

read in our schools and that the Lord's Prayer will still
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KindergartenSt. Home Service Calls $1.50
$300 fine.
Stephen Church Kinder'garten
The two were among a croup
MEMBERSCHOOSE of five white students from Fla. located at 1781 NW Know your ,TV man and save money

JAIL State University* six Negroes 73rd St. ,will open on Mon
from Florida A and M University SCOTT
Tallahaeeee Two white and one high school student day, April 24. For furtherinformat'ion
CORE "Members Jefferson Poland who were arrested by police af call PL 86067. AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO. :

and Derek Lawler, began ter a sit-iq at a Woolworth lunch ,' ': .. .
serving 60 day Jal' sentences for counter and. charged with "dis \ I
sitting.in at a local lunch counter ,I orderly". Five of the Negroes 923' N.W. 62nd Ave. Pi i 18381PAGE ;
The two could have already served their jail
year. Advertise It Pays! I l
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Ad 1 C4th.o{ :1 FASHION "'SHOW
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'rh": .By RUTH N. POILTEVTt !, ) AT MAYS w. n,, ,the -Doling trainees :,of
41'iJ:* i" ''ar---------------..._______. : : the Bade County high schools' I
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'i. r llEALLY Mays High School Library take their bosses out on next
RICH MAN. X their natal days on, Sturday, a'S Auxiliary Club wlT present Wednesday night for an Employer
man is. rich if he has ideals that YI .
April 22. 3
Mr. Nertbftld Is presi "Coiffures and 'Voeues. of '61" Employee Banquet, a
,lift his head; if he knows his dentof Phyllis Wheatley's PTA at Maya High School,. Wednes treat will be In .store for all.
fel own as brothers;: It he has aconscience and has been in this' type of day, April 26, 8 p.m., Garth C. Reeves, managing editor
that knows no fear; work for 15 years lie is to be About 20 models will feature of the Miami Times, will be
Jf men say of him "He is an congratulated for the tine typeof spring fashions and, hair styles 'the speaker.! ; He has worked
upright man," If he has respect leadership he 18'giving this modeling apparel from ''Richard's closely with the programs in the
tor the sancitles of life; if he organization.. various : schools and ban been
Dept. Store, Rita's Sportswear,
looks .,at life with clear steady I I Brownell's Drew Shop: and Cy able to get first hand pictures of
,eyes; If. men hold him in ,honor "MIAMI'S TEN BEST DRESS Clyde's; Men's Shop.Eva's its effectiveness. The date is
and call\ him friend; if, in trad ED WOMEN will: be .presentedto April 26 at the Douglas Hlemen-
ing, he does not trade his character the public come 'May 12 at ,Studio of Beauty, oper tary School of which Mrs. Char
if he Ls ri'llglous without the Hampton House Villa Pool I ated by mother and daughter, lotte Clark is the principal. The
Gibbons and Miss
Mrs. Eva
'intolerance or bigotry; if his Patio. The ga'a affair, will feature : r Betty hour is 8 p.m.
Gibbons both of whom
family: holds him In deep affec the chowning of the 1961 are sty- The banquet is a combined an
tion and high respect; if he has queen by Mrs. Joycelyn Burroughs 1i."" llts, are sponsors, nual affair of the Carver, Mays,
tmin'd"in:" '.ove' with,good books' who was 'chosen, queen of I After the show there will bp North Dade, Northwestern and
and noble' truth; if 'he has the 1960. There will be a dance I wl'l CALLOWAY be with a dance, with Miami's recording Booker T. Washington schools.
kind of self-respect that leads after the affair. This project, Everybody happy I.t'r Davey "Dizzy" Jones and
this! announcement that Miss
him to respect his fel'owmen; ithe "The Third Annual Waltz Time his band furnishing' music.
Blanche :
Galloway, of the
Is ,A- saintly character with- Is Fashion I
Time" is being giv. most talented ladies in show bus Tickets are on sa'e at S'r'
out the air of superiority or en by the Saints Ann.;
Margaret mess and the sister of Cab Gal. John, Knight, Beat, Sunlight
cynicism; if he is strong enoughto Chapter of. the" Episcopal loway, will be featured as mistress I School of Beauty, Opal King'! I y .
be'.erTlcflable and great Churchwomen of' the Church of of ceremonies for the big Vogue Beauty' Salon, Starkley'a .,
enough to bo bumble. the Incarnation. DCT Amateur nits and "Shower Beauty Salon, Miami Barber\ ,
Co'Je'fI and Cea+or's University
NATION of Stars. The production is
'. LIBRARY WEEK. KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY 'an annual project of the North of Cosmetology.Mrs. .
All over the" country cities and Inc. The Miami i Dade High School DCT Club.It Eva Gibbons and Betty,
townships are celebrating Na. Alumni Chapter is, ready to are promotors; Mrs. Marquita
tional Library Week with pro- greet, their guests* 'at their will be presented in the Gibson, president; Mrs, Louise.
grams and events in the spirit BLACK AND WHITE BALL school auditorium on two nites Culver, librarian.
of the week' slogan! : "For a which will feature ', many 'new Friday and ,Saturday, April 28
Bet Read, Better-1ntormed Innovations in Greekd: m. and 29 at 8 p.m. Ed Cook's I Fiesta
America." Typical of what is For the past eight years or ,
being done is the presentationof : CALLING ALL TRACK fans! more a packed audience has witnessed <
the Dorothy Canfleld Fisher If you want to experience the this presentation and last Opening SuccessfulThey .
Award to Yuma City County LI. I spectacular: track' features of I
'ferary In Arizona for the purpose the season, ,do attend the meetat came, they saw and they
-,pt .purchasing books. Tits} award Moore's Park on Saturday, Attention 'Ladies Conqueredat, :the grand open I
was ,established 'as a memorial to April 22. The park is located on ing of Ed Cook's fabulous! Fiesta
-,the novelist Fisher. 36th street and 10th' ave. Room at the ,Mary Elizabeth Ho- .
?:' -Culled: from the latest issue of local high schools : and 'the look its best, then call Mrs. day night.
"American Library and Book South F:orida area. Be there to Beatrice Ma at The, first nlghters (and many
Trade Annual,". are many significant cheer your favorite teams to yes were there) were treated to a
pertinent facts such as victory. MAGNOLIA "' gala all:'star show, which featured .
there being in existence 13,676 the famous C. Major Quin-
libraries of which 7,204 are ,BELATED Wedding Anniversary BEAUTY SALON tette, with the IncomparableSatch Guest On The Big

public; that the largest library Greetings. : Mrs and Mrs. Specializing in all phases Robinson a# M. in the country is the Library of Tom Will Amos, 5th, and Mr. Jimmy Dunn and his combo,
Congress which has approximately and Mrs. Kenneth. DeLeon of beauty '" 'featuring Terrell Prude on the NITE
39,000,000 pieces of, material Walker, 10.HAPPY MU 5.3921FACTORY Hammond Organ, are presented
of which 12,000,000 are nightly in the' lounge. Congenial North Dade High Audit
classified aa "volumes and BIRTHDAY greetings Carlos is always at you service.. FEATURING
pamphlets: that Andrew Carnegie to vis K., Johnson 21; Cynthia Miss Blanche Calloway
is still considered the greatest fcythwood. Willie Nelson 22; I M. C,
single contributor to a bet Walter White, C. S.' Miller 23; year was tops when it packed
ter-read,' ,better ,informed Amer Madeyn: Thompson Edna. Clarke) the Bunche Park Theatre, be I TWO NITES
lea Mildred Gay, Robert Strapp, REBUILT yond capacity She"*rl.l: be1'at her Fri. Sat. April 28.29
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"':"toI ';..a :.' ::3::'" < BETHUNE ELEMENTARYThe participate during the afternoon

I of Color Day, April 27. :
HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLSTHE fifth grade classes pre
I sented a most unique assembly Mrs Susan Williams, Mrs.
program which was correlated Mazie Edge Miss Barbara Howell
.L .
r"'C' oxxx ;:- with their unit on Latin Amerl and .Mrs. Gwendolyn Welters are

: MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA teachers Mary Thomas and Sara ca during the regular assembly serving as chairmen for the
. Cherry. We were enthusiastically period last Thursday. All pupilsof broadcast which will be centered
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961B. entertained by Miss C. Schaff- this grade wore Latln-Ainerl- around our observance of Color
ner, demonstrator for Zaner can costumes for the occasion. I Day. This broadcast will be
Bloser Co. on Tuesday at our John Clayton served ad master of : !heard Sunday evening, April 30
regular faculty meeting. Miss ceremonies and Elvis Paschalwas *t 5:15 over WM M.
T. W. HIGH SCHOOL 3UNCHE PARK Schaffner exemplified the skill the moderator for the' skit.

By LANIER On April 6, Mrs. Mary Me and know how .as expected of Many of our grade groups are
Kham maneuvered her fourth the master teacher that she Is Pupils for the sixth grade beginning to make educational
TYPISTS PLACE SECOND grade class: with tact as she beau well known. were heard In a broadcast last trips to places of Interest here'n
Grlselda: Villarreal, a senior, tlful'y demonstrated the teachng Sunday over station WMBM. Dade County. The fifth graders
Mrs. Mary F, Williams, principal The broadcast was centered will
captured second place in the ; of reading to four groups. go to The Parrot
7th annual typing contest spon- On April 11, a minature voting ; Denis R. Thomas IV, re around their unit on Africa. Rev. rung and the Serpentarium,
sored by the Gamma Alpha precinct was set up in the corri porter. McDowell served 04:: a consultantfor the sixth graders will visit the
Chapter of Iota Phi Lambda. dors allowing each pupil to cut the topic presented. Mrs. Seaquarlum, and the first and
Winning medals will be presented his vote for the party of his Meba: James, Miss Doris Farmer, second graders will make a tripto
Program of Sacred Mrs Elise Reed and Willie
to the contestants at the Na choice. The occasion was the the zoo.Walter .
tional Business Week banquet at election of the annual May Wright served as chairmen for C. ':Cogdell, principal;
LilMe C. Evans Elementary Queen and May King spon. MusicThe the broadcast. Elliott J. Scavella, reporter

School April 21. sored by the Student Council. The entire Brownsville community -
Little An Seing Robinson and Northwestern Senior High is getting ready for the
DORSETT SEEKS AFRICA Lonnie Alexander, first grade School choir will be the featured annual observance of Color Day. TV NOT WORKING?

VISIT Herman Dorsett, graduate of arty, received a majority of guest at the Solemn Evensongwith It Is at this time that pupils If you live In Liberty City or
the votes which was credited to a program of sacred Musicon wearing the most outstanding attire Brownsville will repair
to Operation your
BTW has applied
to in their dynamic campaign talks. Sunday, April 23 at 7 p.m. at In the school colors, apple TV on credit, Pay weekly. Free
Inc. participate
Africa, An Seing and Lonnie will be the Church of tho Incarnation, green and canary yellow will be estimate. Call OX 1-9426.; Indf
one of the Africa student study :rowned on May 5 during. our 1835 NW 54th St. This great crowned King ainl Queou, .
seminars and work propectsThis May Day Festival. choir is under the direction of The physical education depart
is be held In
project On April 14, the Rainbow Arthur Evans. The public Is In- ment wih sponsor activities In
West Africa during the summer.
Park family was hospitable host vited. which many of our pupil: will Advertise! It Fays'BICEIAND
The purpose Is to re'ate a care .
fully p-rnnn f\t American students to our top ten spelers: who engaged
to Africans on the continent.: in an inter-school Spelling
Bee. At the end of both
JRC gifts ready Have you given
: bows tooth- tests our own Emerson Spencer -
your penci.s, ,
paste and school needs to the :and Curtis Solomon of Rainbow
Junior Red Cross gift boxes? Be Park had perfect! scores. Solo- I
sure to fill the boxes and sendto non won the runoff. I itcke4
and student body
the Red Cries County Chap The faculty ."
ter for their annual campaign. salute Emerson, second place
!winner, and Sharon Clarke, ,
TOP TEENS REVEALED third place winner, for their \ 'f"''I';" .'
Watch for the; top teens in the splendid performance in the con o '.. ; .,
Herald soon. Pictures of Barbara i'r't
Bush Robbie MoCray, Dloneva test.Parents, don't forget our an .
Moreland, James Erwin and nual tea, sponsored by the PTA % e 1
others were taken Thursday for which will ,be held In the cafe- : r
special feature. Bush, McCray torlum on Sunday afternoon, .':Ih;r"llf(
and More'and are also Silver April 23 from 4 to .i &p.m. Ii
Knight nominees Sylvia S. Lambert, principal
Catherine Allen, editor of the Rosetta Vicketrs, reporter
W-ASIITNGTONIAN, received the
coveted plaque from the Co'um LILLIE C. EVANSIf
bia Scholastic Press Association
at the annual T. B. Association you're looking for your
banquet April: 1 H. The event morning, daytime or evening
took place at the Ulscavne Terrace "loo1:"' for spring and summer ; '
Hotel. This marks the 2nd 1961, you .should have been present c
consecutive the at our PTA sponsored Tea
:vear WB.hlng.ton -
and Fashion Show. The cafetor-
I an won the national plaque
for first place in the TB Press ulm was beautifully decoratedind
Protect Th* Washinetonian also the seasonal tables were M1 j % Yx
won first place loyal and state filled with delicious snacks of >
this year. Mrs. Marian H. Shannon a1' descriptions. Our guest artists
is newspaper advl-er; Mrs. included Arthur King, Baldwin
Dorothy J. Evans served as Hepburn, John Caloway: and the ;
ureVal" adviser and assistant forth Hummingbirds Quartet. Mrs ryr

Prea\* Project. Carev A, \dgnnoe Bradshaw, co-chairman:
Gho'ston, a 9th grade student, )f the program committee, served 4;
was the cartoonist. Cathe-'ne as mistress of ceremonies for
was accompanied at t'-e banquetby :he well attended affair.
Mrs. Dorothy D Harris and Tuesday, April 25 Is Spring
Festival time at Llllle C. Evans. ,
William Gherkin, Intern in BOci .
*' studies from Florida A and The theme, "Parade of the ,/ .,: '
M University Grades" ,will be brought out e. i: ,: '

with each grade group participating "., /0','. "?: "k .
GET YOUR LETTER? in morning and afternoon F .
Members of the faculty are as activities. The enthusiastic contestants .
busy as bees getting their are now in the process
"secret" plans ready for the of campaigning for the title of
Evening In Retrospect. planned: "King and Queen" of the Spring
for retiring principal Charles L. Festival. The two winners will
Wil'lams. Studouts have been be crowned and reign over the
sist'ng with the task of com activities on that day. RICE
piling mailing lists and addressing U JIES.J I
envelopes to publicize the II Teachers and students got a
forthcoming! event. The week of kick out of the student council GOOD
May 14 has been designated as sponsored "Mocked Faculty": STRAWBERRIES, PEACHES, FRUIT COCKTAIL..ANY fRUIT ANY SAUCE

"retrospect week": Charles L. : which was presented on Monday :... '
Wl'Hams. For pure, he is unforgettable afternoon. Teachers were In for .,
Student activities during a surprise fl led with humor as Doe any food costing so little lend itself to more different dishes

this week will be revealed we saw ourselrei as the students than Riceland Rice? You'll have a hard time finding it. Most peoplo
later in this column.FRANCES : really saw us.
think of Riceland Rice as part of a main dish or as a side dish, 4.

S. TUCKER seeing but here it ia as.a glamorous dessert that's quick 'n easy to fix. ;
friends out on Monday night, at a tiny price. It's shown :I t .
-"Good, better, lest. Never let April 24 at 8 p.m. Don't forgetit's with frozen strawberries, but you can use : -

It rest until your good become our regular, I'TA meeting. any fresh or frozen fruit. Try it tonight. and you'll serve it often.
your better, and your bet Mrs. Alese Gill, principal; .
ter becomes your "bent" Alexine W. DeLancy, reporter. INOHRDIBNT8. :
This appears to have been the '" 214 cups c..k.d Rkeland| | | Rice| 1 Uoipoon vanilla .j ,

philosophy of Tommie Ingram, a LIBERTY CITY IV* cups milk 1 package froi.n .....wMm... thawed i
fifth grader Tommie
won the Y Whipped If d
cup sugar crtam tlr d
intermediate ape'ling Bee contestat And when the curtains rose, ,
our school. He competed in the whole audience was spell ,'\ METHOD ,
the 5th and 6th graders in the bound. Well, if uacar were giv- Cook Rlceland Rice and milk over low heat until most of the mflk 1* absorbed .I' ..
county for the finals. An honor en out for fashlonettas, the parents but mixture i. .till creamy. Stir occasionally Cover and allow to cool 10 to 15 ,
able mention Is Sharon Lindsay, sponsors friends, partici minutes Stir In sugar and vanilla. Cool. Cover and chill In refrigerator until .;
a fourth grader, who was deem. pants and teachers would have time to Mrve. Frees into fancy mold. Unmold Juat before serving by dipping mold I
ed fourth grade champion. been nominees Monday night. in hot water. Serve with .trawberries. Top with whipped cream if desired

The whole group did a marvelous DELICIOUS VARIATIONS: Substitute for .trawberriea: peach slice or chilled J4+
Our sympathy and expression job. fruit cocktail or other fruits with whipped cream: or chocolate or other aauoes.Re8ookt ,. ,
of sorrow is extended to William ..
no le end famty; during the loss The LCE Players wont' be
of his father. On the list of con heard this weAk; however a
flnem'rnt due to illness is our group of new thespians from

librarian, Miss Mildred Washing Mrs. Elry Sands' grades, ;
ion To her we wish speedy re will present a short skit, "Mlas .N..
covery and return to the Fran Muffett'a Wish" as a sequelto ."
ces S. Tucker family We would National Library Week, which New tasty ways to serve rice '
like to welcome Miss Fields upon ends Saturday. Let's not forget Write RJetland Rice.
her recovery of Illness over an that these pioneer artisans can L ND P. O. Box 815, Mutt part, Ark.oo '
extended period of time. be heard on Sunday! morning, RICE- I,'
I. J. Meares, principal, F. 'April 23 at 8 a.m. over station % J RICE '

Murray and Mrs.. L. Reed, re- WMBM. D i,
The date for the most fan tabu- RIcE
porters. lousy monumental musical extravaganza M RICELAND RICI i

yet presented at LCE
"Fol ow The Sunset" has been \JELLY N'CEt'
'.,, MIAMI TIMES ADS changed to May 2%.
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ther information.
its //beginning Sewing
cass: to be held 'at the Dixie
rr.w Park Youth Center, 340 NW TUB JEWELS CLUB OP
13th St., beginning May 9. MURRELL YWCA PRESENTS A
Classes;:) will ''be held on Tuesdaysand FASHION SHOW" MAY 7 AT
Thursdays: from 9 a.m. to 12 "TINY TOTS TALENT AND
: noon. Twelve lessons will be DIXIE PARK AUDITORIUM AT
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ITAS BOARD OF Phil Streit a Pan American Hilton Hill of New York vice I which English customis
representative McCloud, Seaboard president; Freddie Henderson,
DIRECTORS Railway: representative; Atlanta, secretary; Charles C.
Jack Cooperon, DUI transportation North, Miami, treasurer; Jack ?
MEET INATLANTA in North America and Cooper, Cleveland, Marion
Europe. Shorter, Atlanta, Dettye Wynn,
His theme dealt largely with Atlanta, Carrie Moore, Atlanta.
"the broker's license." nom
The board of directors of Those participating in the Shown in picture: J, Henderson
Intpr-Amfrican Travel Agents discussions were Earl Kennedyof J, Cooper, C. North, E.
Society he'd Its quarterly merlin Detroit, president of ITAS; Kennedy, F. Henderson, H. Hill.;
? In Atlanta April 7.10 with ,
Henderson Travel Agency as

host.The theme of the meeting' 1,000
waa New Frontiers in True: Girl Scouts Camp
Highlights were: Formulating
plans for the annual meeting DQNM
tentatively net for: Nassua In I
October. lat Homestead BaseThe
Stimulating and promoting 'p DllONDONDRY
travel with emphasis in the ,
Negro market. 'largest single event of the Scouts will set .p their
Developing and promoting the Girl Scouts in the history of campjlte for the two-day encampment GIN
good will and poclil understanding Dade County will take place this u Af ulriwrnw Iw I.uU turM
toward the end of creating 1 weecend: Apr! 22 and 23 at the
pleasint) vacation atmosphere. Home tead Air Force Dase. This MAN DIES OF
between all pejp'es of North I will be a Camporee for 1,000
and South America and the G.rl Scouts representing 12,000 AUTO INJURIESA
Caribbean islands. Scouts. and 650 troops In the.
Developing circulation Council 68- -old pedestrian, hit
a and Dade County year
advertising program in order to. by a car late Monday night as The cordon's' drink today i
you ,
focus attention on the re.atlon- The program, whIch is built he attempted to cross U.S. 1
skip 'of travel agents to the. around primitive camping, has near Halnlin Dr. in Goulds died
trave'lng public interested in I been made possible for Dade Tuesday night at Jackson Me- was torn in 1769-
business and vacation trips. Girl Scouts through the courtesy morial Hospital
of Col. no!and W, JJergamyrr -
social! hlgh'lght was a
The 73 before afternoon tea.
cocktail: party at the home of I Commander of the Home The man who police' said was years
Mrs. Henderson, stead Air Force Due. "a drifter with no address" was
IMr.and spon
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sored by the national! and int rnltlonal identified as George Knlghton.; fttruo IMM anr M IOOpIOTulsPtUTsDI$141frnoMCRt140ou00r.
Lt. Col Dunstan Abel has bean: _
The driver of the ear which r '
offices In
airlines do50tSO1YCaCO.c 1aU1DOLtL000VCTOFILUr
the officer In charge of the are
struck Knlphton was Carence A.
'Atlanta. Others entertaining
travel agency society Includeda ",Ingements.Reistratton. Dyrd. 46 of 14640, Pierce St.,
luncheon by the PaschalDrothtr.s for the Camporee Richmond Heights. Police said C
he net charged.
at Panchal's Restaurant will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Sat- was
on Hunter St. Breakfastand urday and the last check out
hotel accommodation were period will begin at 3 p.m. Al'''
furnished by the management: of food and equipment will be
I Waluhaje hotel. brought by the troops and fol ,
Pane discussions! were led by lowing registration by District, ti



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA "Slcky" Staten Js. postmarked
Robert James Hotel, St. Pete-
I Richmond Flashes I SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 PAGE 9 tagged Count Irvin Calypson at
Heights Mike fabulous.Delson's, the "Beach most

Eastern Airlines
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rri1RCHIE f Dance April 26 .
MOMENTSI clean and in line with our general '
receive great help and inapt If interested in The Eastern Airlines Social
ration by reading Proverbs 24. tall CB 5.4146.E Free lots Civic Club sponsors Its second
chapter. We are told there to tation to transpor annual Spring Dance Wednes
"be not envious against evil day, April 26 at the Knight j 1
men, neither desire to be with PINCER x Beat, located on the corner of .
them for their hearts study des : 6th st. and 3rd ave. Music will
truction and their lips talk of be by Dizzy Jones and his band,'
mischief." House For Sale __ i :t.,1 from 10 until. Admission $1.00

MANY Homebuyers are mak- terns they're very, very old donation 'at the door. You are
It contlues so wisely: Throughby By Owner ing bad deals for homes more Rufus Hunter is back in town Invited.
understanding Is it establishny than 20 years old. The marltet: is from Chicago working with the The club wishes to make mention *
understanding is it establish flooded now and if a prospective Butler Shoe Store chain on a few of our civic projects -
ed and by wisdom and knowl LOW DOWN buyer takes his time and searches The Oliver Eplcers (Rosa) are in which it has participated
edge shall the chambers be fl'l- out the market we.l, he can celebrating their first anniversary ; Sponsoring gULl to two boys
ed with all precious and pleas PAYMENT make a good deal. Dewaro of April 22 The Willie of cottage sixteen of the child-
ant riches. Wisdom Is too high houses with solar heating ays- (Ruby) Lazairs are seeing their ren home at Kendall. These
for a fool. He opened not his lawyers ? ? ? Fernley Taylor is gifts were awarded to the out-
mouth in a public place..It thou 1232 NW 51st St. improving nicely after a Chris standing boy* for the month. of
fant! In the day of adversity tlan Hospital rest That recent March and Ayr!!. A week'rent
thy strength is small:} Be not a attachment you notice on was paid fos the Orr family with
3 Brand New
witness against thy"neighbor the Liberty Square project units four children who reside In the

without a cause; deceive not ............................................... Liberty City Homes are heaters to cope with our increasingly Liberty City area. Groceries
with thy ;lips. These wise sayingsof cold winters. I were donated to the Johnson
Solomon are as true today as BUSINESS OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M. I family with four children. The
when said first mother had died, the father at

I OPPORTUNITY 1260 N.W. 55th St. NORTH DADEill take over the present Ls in the hospital.The .
Rev. L. 11. Drown and mem family reside at the Col
bers of Martin Memorial Church Opening for service stationownermanager. 1437 N.W. 56th St. and the spotlight Saturday.this It's coming the lIehool'sannulil Friday has Apts., Hollywood.: This we
welcomed Presiding Elder S. A. No 839 N.W. 56th St. DCT do for we believe it is for, a
previous Amateur Sh.ow.You .
Roberts of the Miami District in worthy cause."
the experience necessary Free! 1 Year's Taxes may recall Dan Francis
quarterly conft>ren\) held., Chester Coachman Is president
first show
Rev. Roberts, a dynamic speaker I but person mechanically inclined Freel! 1 Year's Insurance western, well at ,Dorsey it's getting, then North better ; Gertrude L. William William .,
and spiritual leader of the best suited. Invest each You"l Lynch, treasurer; Willie 0.
AME Church, delivered masterpiece YOU MUST SEE THESE year. see the FlorelLs Frankllln. financial ,
a ment of $2,500 put you in (girls), the Deltonei, the Val secretary! ;
on Job during the morning the \lex Gaines, eha "aln, members,
Calypso and the
service. The pastor, members business.E 55331. 3-Bedroom 2 Baths Ventures Five, William Boys Wade, Lassie Lynch, Dave Rankles,
and officers are to be commended Thomas O. Wright, vice president
for their Christian potentials Office: ,,3972 NW 36th St. Split levels Florida Dorothy McGhaney, L a r y and reporter. Table reser-

demonstrated in their church ................--..--. Wright Edward, Reid Robert. .McClaln Janet King and, vations, Mrs. Gertrude Williams
and community work. rooms NE 4-3569; Willie Franklin MU
first prize winner last year will 84930.
COIFFEURS AND VOGUESOF be on hand to welcome contestants
'01 Harmar, Inc. MO 5.3592 On this side of Opa

__ ____ Locka, in Brownsville, the local 1961 TEN BEST
The Coiffeurs and Vogues of PTA: will present its first must
'61 presented by Eva's Studio of cal fete DRESSED WOMEN
Sunday, April 30 at the
OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M
Beauty a'so added ,
attraction cnfetorium of the Brownsville AND
dance, with Dizzy Jones and his Jr. High School. QUEENPRESENTED
band will entertain in the Mays. Richmond Heights
High School cafetorlum Wednesday
Corner Coral Reef Drive
April 26, 8 p.m. The 1776 N.W. 53rd St. THANK'S to the Llama Oml The Saints Ann-Margaret Chap
And Fillmore St. ter of the' Churchwomen
tickets are on sale with admission cron Chapter of Alpha Chi Pi Episcopal *
$1.50. This benefit affairis $495 Down $70 Mo. LOW DOWN PAYMENT Omega Sorority for invite to of the Incarnation is
their Cotton Dress Dansante sponsoring their third annual
being sponsored by the Mays
Library Auxtl.iary Club. No. QualifyingNo Friday evening, April 21 at the Fashion Show presenting Mi
Closing Costs PAYMENT Harlem Square Kappa Alpha ami's 1961 Ten Deal Dressed
BUSINESS OF 'THE WEEK Large '2 bedroom on beautiful Psl .fraternity, Inc., local Women and Queen on Friday,.
3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage alumni chapter ,will: celebrate, its May '12 at the Hampton House
This week we saluta the p,1 t street, separate dining Built-in Oven and Range 15th anniversary\ with a "Black Villa Pool patio, NW 27th ave.,
and P Developing! Corporation room. Eilance) one mortgage Tremendous, and White Bail") at. Bayfront
which George Davidson .is head only 9000. corner lot Park audit, April 28 That
ing' with hU associates. This- Sodded and landscapedOra musical extravaganza benefit
the holders of large Minature EstateIn
company --- Berea EDA Welfare Society Is
parcels of business and other D. Taylor CE 5-4246 Sunday, April 30 at 4 p.m., Lib
properties in Richmond Heights 1050 N.W. 49th St. erty Square The letter and N. E. section
are responsible for much ,of the bill
of entertainment from BaronCHIEF
business and residential developments $395 Down $69 Mo. 3-bedroom, barroom, large
of the Heights. dining Florida
No room,
closing costs .. _
They have been In here only a Custom built, 2 bedroom room, central heating and
few years, but have helped to CBS with nice Fla. air condition, hardwood
give the Heights a big hand la room. / floors, intercom system,
development.We Carporte, drapes, stove, re
hope that the people so frigerator. One mortgage. fenced, garage, awnings,
fortunate to get these proper sprinkler system, large pool

ties will strive to keep them I ..f. with cabana, surrounded by

919 N.W. 47th St. : beautiful rock gardens,
waterfall and fish pond,
Home For Sale $395 Down $73 Mo. : large patios, electric barbecue

CBS, tile roof, 2 bedroomsone No closing costs 1 with sink, fruit trees

( air conditioned), en. Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, i and many extras.

closed porch, kitchen, din Fla. room, screened porch, Near Washington Park

ing room, fenced yard. In tile roof, carporte. Balanceone and 163rd iSt. Shopping
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C 1. : School . .-. .. 9:30 C. Mobley, pastor
Solemn Sung Mass . 10:45 Sis. C. McKinney, reporter

... Jr. EYC meeting . .- 6:00 School of Wisdom . 10:00:
Sr. EYC meeting . 6:00: Y.' P. E. Band ... . '1:30
Solemn Evensong . 7:00: Evening worship . . ft:00
Confirmation class for children :
following; Sunday morning Saturday, April 22, the South
Kings and the See Lord See
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service. For adults, p.m. on
will render a musical programat
meW the church. The admission is

Special guest: The Northwestern free.

Senior High School choir, Saturday, May 6, the Midget
Wednesday, 8. p.m., monthly Chorus of Richmond Heightsand
meeting of the Episcopal Church- the Zeigler Brothers of MIAmi -

women. will render a musical program
Men's Day at Fashion time is Waltz Time, at the church and the ad

I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Salter's ChapelSalter's presenting Miami's Ten Best dress is 14901 NW 22nd ive.
Dressed Women and Queen 1961. Admission Is free and the public

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 Chapel, NW 48th St. Friday, May 12. ; 'Is Invited. If you miss' this
and 27th ave., Brownsville: cordially program you will miss a treat.
Invites you to join In Its ST. PAUL A. M. E. The M. C. will !be Rev. Ira Mc-
annual observance of Men's Day
:$T. STEPHENS BAPTIST ST. MARK PRIMITIVERev. Sunday April 23. Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor

Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter ''We would like to take this
1781 NW. 73rd Street I F. L. Johnson, pastor awY44 Sunday School . . *-. 9:30: time to extend a hearty congratulations
Rev. James P. Waldon, pastor 'Sis. S. wriiams; secretary
74n Morning Worship . .11:00:
to Prince H. Wll-
Sunday School . . 9:30: J
Worchlp . 7:00:
Evening '
All members and friends of St. 'lams on his 23rd anniversary as
Morning Service . . 11:00:
BTU . . . . 6:00: Mark Primitive Baptist Churchare Being the Sunday .before Men's pastor. of the Triumph Church at
i Evening Service . . 7:30: asked to meet at our new Day, everyone is busy. After a 1752 NW tat court. May God
i i building for worship In the future sermon enjoyed immensely by all continue to blass you for the
;.ocated at 1455 NW 53rd wonderful work you are doing
St. Marks Moves the pastor, Bpea[lng the
St. Regular, morning and even 92nd Psalm, The righteous
Into New Church ing worship. shall flourish like a palm tree." ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev
i The'Men's Day chairman briefed
H. McNeal Harris
The members of St. Mark are' NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. "' everyone about their duty for Mrs.:Sadie F. Dean, reporter
happy to announce that they this Sunday.The .
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Sunday School 9:30
have entered their new building: Sis Claudia Wilson, reporter .. joint Stewardess Board Morning worship 11:00

j at 1456 NW 53rd St. and take Sunday School...................... 9:30: t ," k met for their monthly meeting
this opportunity! to thank Yl'E Band 6:30 t", Sunday afternoon The Pastor'!! Services will occur In the following

a'l of those who contributed to Morning Service .................... 11:00: .. Aid he'd its regular meeting at order, Sunday, April 23.
make this possible. Just one Evening Services .................... 7:30 ',' the church. Mrs. E'la: Wright Bible: School 9:30 a.m., Mrs.

year and eight months ago this BTU ...................?................... 5:30: I wishes to thank everyone for Margaret Reynolds, Supt.
4 church was organized by the BTU . . . . 6:30: helping her make her program a At 11 a.m., music by choir
national convention president, I success. No.1, sermon by the minister, ,
i Rev. P. D. Brant'ey, under tho Let us continue in prayer for We 'are happy to see Mr. Woo "The Way of Life"
leadership of its most dynamic those that are grieved over the ten and Mr. Braynon up and
and courageous pastor, Rev. F. lost of loved ones. To all of our around again. Mrs. Elvira Smithis Sunday evening choir No. 1
L. Johnson. friends and visitors you are al i 1 at home. Take someone to will sponsor an after service
This church had a very humbleand ways welcome In our services.We I church, It's your duty. Remember program, entitled; Choirs on Pa
lowly beginning with 16 enjoy having you. the sick and shut-in. rade. Stewardess Board No, .4
members. Since that time the will sponsor an after service

church had Buffered many hard ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH The Rev. J. B. B'acknell is the NEW BETHEL BAPTIST: snack at the parish hall. The
ships, but Jesus has said, "Well morning general public is invited to any
done, thou good and faithful 'servant 1455 N.W. 53rd St. begins at speaker.9:30 Sunday School 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace .or all of these affairs.
a.m. and
thou hast been faithfulover Sarah Pool reporter 11 Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor The H. McNeal Harris Club
i a few things, I will: make Sunday School....................... 9:30: worship at )eacon Fred Williams, reporter wishes to thank the school choirs
thee ru'er over a many things. Morning Worship ................ 11:00 Mt. Tabor Male Chorus will Sunday School . . 9:3U: and all the Young People who
EntPr thou into the joy of thy Evening: Worship .................. 7:30 appear on the program at 3:30: Morning worship . 11:00: participated, with our young
Lord." B. T. U ..........................._....... 6:30 p.m. and a solo will be renderedby Evening Service . . 7:00 peope: in rendering an excellent

.Special recognition In orderto C. C. Miller Youth Day Service last Sunday.
\ On Sunday, April 23 in o u r The music on this Sunday will
the very wonderful hard I night service Rev. P. Freemanand 'W. C. Cogdell, principal of be rendered by the No. 1 choir.
working and lovable membershipof Rev. W. M. Slater, along Bethune Elementary School, will Saturday there will be a sale

church St. Mark In all who its crisis.stood by the with their congregations will deliver the message at the 7 at the church nud Sis. Bur- SEE THE WORLD'S
worship with us. p.m. service. roughs is In charge.
Our membership has in GREAT
now The public U cordially Invited SPIRITUAL
creased to many, many more and May 5, Friday at 8 p.m. a Mid- Rev. H. J, Benson Is pastor; to attend all of our services.
we Invite all former' Primitive Spring Cruise will leave St. J. M. -Moseley, chairman and Alfred LEADER
Baptist people, or our friends to Mark by bus. All friends and James, co-chairman. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST AND PHYCHIC READER
come and worship with us.t well wishers are' invited to come

alone:. Sponsored by women's GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor BISHOP HUNTER
auxiliary Phyllis Myers reporter

r 6895 N.W. 14th Aye. Sunday School . . 9:30: It you are sick or worried don't
An Evening of Fashions and Rev. W. F, Savoy, pastor Morning Service ... 11:00: i fall to see me today Office hour
Talents will be presented May 7 Sunday School 9:30: Evening Service . . 7:00: I daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
at 3 A promising
p.m. very
Morning Service 11:00: The 1 p.m. to G p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
evening of entertainment is Evening Service . 7:00 boards are to 3 p.m.
promised with some of our most i Wed. Night Study . 8:16 sponsoring a Mother's Day pro
prominent citizens participating.The Youth Fellowship Friday, 7 p.m. gram on May 14. They are asking -
i the cooperation of the entire HEADINGS '
J fifth Sunday night in church.
April 30. Mrs. Gertrude PerkinsIs CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIPI Patricia Moley is still sick in 91.00

sponsoring a citv-wlde Sing. I I 220 N.W. 20th Street the hospital, also Sis Elizabeth up
ing Extravaganza. All ourw won I. Elder G. G. Fann, pastor Daniels and Sis. Carrie Williamsare

derful well wishing singers are Sunday School . . 10:00: 111 at home. We are praying b11761Y17St., 1 f
t asked to participate. at 8:30: p.m. Morning worship . 11:00 for all of them to have a speedy ,

Christian Study . . 6:00: recovery. WESTHOLLYWOOD Y ,
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe Evening serviced . . 7:30:

Y.t Baha'Is of Greater Miamiare FLA. PROF. HUNTER
sponsoring a Rlvidan picnic Advertise It Pays!
marking the anniversary of the Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor .
decaratlon by Baha'u'llah. Founder Rachel B. Pratt, reporter .... --,- .arrrs. fe.

1LJR1:1' of the Baha'i Faith, that He Sunday School . . 9:30 Not a Palm Reader -
was God's Manifestation for this Morning Worship . 11:00 .Not a Fortune Teller
I age. to be held 2 tb 6 p.m. Sunday BTU . . . . 6:30 Not a Rootman Not God Either But
I April 23 in the garden of Evening Worship . . 7:00 JUST A GOD SENT
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MAN
llaumgartner, 14451 NB 2nd MT. AARON BAPTIST Rev. Shepherd Bogaetors
last Sunday a pilgrimage ct, North Miami.
d was made from the old location 6340 N.W. 18th Av. -. : Do you have
to the new building, 1155 NW The speaker will be Mrs. Bll- Rev. C. W. Scott pastor a problem?
53rd d.Watch. lie Wilson of West Palm Beach, Dea. Earl Colden, clerk ; Business Bad, Marriage

for the announcement president of the Palm Beach Sunday School....................... 9-31: Falling, Can't win the man
of the dedication program rind County Council on Community Morning Worship .. li-n J or woman you love. Been

'open house to be held In May. Relations. Her subject will be BTU .......................................... 8-00: I tIIillI1 : Crossed 'Need"
I I. At this time special recognition "The Meaning of Rlvidan." Evening!: Worship 7:00 Money,

will l go to all our financial supporters Prac(r meeting Tuesday.... 8:00: > r Everything Going Wrong
L and other helpers. ANTIOCH BAPTIST '' Health Bad? Can't Satisfy
The membership wishes to ST. MARY'S C. W. M.
Rev. J. W.
Stepherson, pastor Your
or Wife?
thank its most efficient pastor
M T. Copeland, reporter Rf'v. B. A. Culmer. pastor
: for his wise and steadfast leadership Sunday Schoi ................ .... 9:45: Mrs. S. Duwklns. reporter Want a New Home or Car?

and also his wife for her BTU ............................................ 5:30: limdav School . . 9-45
,.,. faithfulness and sacrifice. Morning Service ........ ........ 11:00: Morning worship 11-00( eSEE'ME -

Evening worship . . 7-30 m '
: TEMPLE BAPTIST The officers and members of TODAY
the Antioch Baptist Church ofRnownsvl'le On this Sunday April 23 at Never
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor Invites all of our 4:30: p.m., a Spiritual Tea will I of before in the history
;I' 'Sunday: School J:30 friends and well wishers to helpus be held at the Church Hall Miami have so many
.,, 1>*> |ile been helped b this
Mnrning worship 11:00: celebrate our pastor's first 1607 NW 5th court. ,
I : *-BTU 5:30A : anniversary beginning Wednesday m great wonder man.

'. Evening worship 7:00 night, April 19 at 8 p.m. And on Friday night, April 28 i4 4' iir4
the annual baby contest will be It cost nothing to
J and closing Sunday, April 23 at
) The Order of Brothers and SisJWters climaxed. A picture of the Palm
3 The Rev. W. M. Mason
of Love and Charity will p.m. in
Sunday procession will also be come and talk
and of the New
in;*:hold its annual Thanksgiving I congregation
shown this
occasion The
; Service at Temple on Sunday at Mt. Zion, Hialeah, will deliver lie is invited on to all services pub and 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 99138q

;V. 2:20 p.m. The number 1 choir the anniversary message. activities at all times. I
*':* wll sing for the occasion, and Tho Pastor's Aid Board Invites Key West Every Tuesday at 708 Angela Street
rL# the Rev. Herbert Feguson will be you to a baby contest on Our putor Is on vacation for
:2} the speaker. the fifth Sunday at4 p.m. rest and recuperation. We are In Marathon ''Every Wednesday 9 to 9
: ,ojo' The flrtt quarterly conference Prizes will be given to babies praying for his recovery and re At Johnson's Barbecue Stand

'-; of the church was held: Tuesday raising the highest amount. turn.
evening. All of the auxiliaries Don't forget to pray for and In Homestead Every Friday 9 to 9

lit,made encouraging reports and visit our sick and shutlns. To At Big Barber's 707 S.W.
; plani"proaching were anniversary.made for. the ap I all welcome.of ex: r visitors yon are always I I Advertise It Pays! i Avenue


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SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 .. PAGE 11
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DT. ELKS TO presided.Dt. .
Ruler Ellen Taylor and
WORSHIP AT Dt. Johnnie Hill are in Jacksonville
4 $ ,attending the Masonic
t; 4 'A11 \ ST. PAULDt. Grand Lodge.If .

\," Johnson you are a one hundred per
cent daughter Ek: you will see
1P The Dt. Elks of Greater Mi Dt. Sma'ley now before the re
ami Temp'e No. 769 will:! assemble port Is made. Do you have your
at St. Paul AME Church tickets for the 600 Tea?
i ,, on Sunday April 23 at 10:30 The grand exalted ruler has
a.m. and worship in a group. All great plans on for Greater Mi
Daughter E'ks' of the various ami Temple fund raising drives
temples and Brother Elks are Invited but money raised in large
to Join this temple In this amount will be administeredonly
group worship. Rev. M. J. Fay- through orders of the
son Is the pator. All membersof grand lodge. This is done to assure
Greater Miami Temple who security.
are not present will be fined Daughters fail not to be present -
$1.00. for our anniversary worship
service .on Sunday April 23 St.
Paul AME Church.
convention is now over
and the representatives of their

respective temples have return SAVE YOUR HAIR
rd quite enthused and Inspired.
This is especially true of Dt.
Lu.a; Mae Yanclo.
if(1( () TEA
Dt. Pinkie Lowe called a
meeting on Wednesday night and
arranged for the Daughter Elks

......,........._..._--... I ",. ......".. .. .....--- ---,- annual held 500 Tea which will be
in the Fiesta Room of the
The Amtcettes, sponsored by dell Braymm for helping to Mooreman, Laurlstine Mason, Mary Elizabeth Hotel on Sunday
the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, have make our first affair a success. I Madelyn Squire, Robbie McCray. May 14 from ..6 p.m. On Moth-
peen experiencing a very successful First row: Lassie Blackshear I era Day. Success Is In store for
: year Gloria; Portier Rocella Fortson, Thtrd row: Joyce Johnson, such a tea on this day. The
Officers for the year are Keva Diane Reeves, Betty Gardiner, Gloria Mitchell Laverne Lilly, speaker is to be chosen.
Carey, president: Lauristlne Delorei Hlggs. Barbara Howell, Linda McCray Grand Exalted Ruler Grand
Mason, vice president; Rose Second row: Barbara Finley, Erica Williams Marsha McIver Patriarch of lodges and temples
Moorman, secretary; Joyce Patricia Page Keva Carey Rose and Catherine Harrel. visited the Miami area ImmedIately
Johnson, assistant; De'ores: after the convention" and STOPTHINNING
Higgs, treasurer; Patricia Page, I were the house guests of the
parliamentarian; Barbara Howell a full month 'benefit in every state president and Ms wife, Mr. HAIR
business manager; Rocella SOCIAL SECURITY case; instead, you. lose one-balt I and Mrs. W. 0. Perry. This dynamic
Fortson, first assistant business! of the amount earned for the leader accomplished' much
._ manager; Ermelene Edwards, s first $300 you earn over 1200. while in this area. lie and his ITCHING SCALP
2nd assistant; Detty Gardiner, For example a worker'who earns wife, Dt. Evelyn Reynolds: are
chaplain; Robbie McCray re- ,$1,202 would lose only |1 from kind, gentle and understandingpeop'e.
porter. his social security payments; if DANDRUFFIN
he earned $1,600 he woud: lose The temple will continue to
During the week of March 5- I only $150. For earnings over hold its meetings at the Greater
tithe Amlcettes observed Finer --- $1,500, workers will !lose. $1 of Miami home unless otherwise JUST 7 DAYS
Womanhood Week. This week their social security payments notified. This agreement was
was dedicated to the expositionof There are about 1,250,000 for each $1 they earn. ,Here's made between the Dt Deputy WITH1IeWet1
all the qualities of fine wo- people over 65 that are not getting how it would work for someone and Grand Dt. Sarah Smalley
manhood in all young ladles. social security checks be. earning $1,600 a year. For the will have a key at all times and &umKURASOL
Initiation jf new members was cause they are still working: full first $1,200 he would lose- noth the meetings can be held at the
held at an Amicette party on time, reports Edward P. Blon ing. stated time which is 7:30 p.m.
March 11 ul 'Hie home of one of The district deputy stated to
ston, of the Miami
the Amicette sponsors, Mrs. North Social manager Security office.A ilLs earnings from $1,201 thru the "grand" that she will go Satisfaction Guaranteed
Dorothy McKellar. As the time $1,600Would/ cause him to lose ilong if it is helpful; to the SoW In most drug stores and btiuty
approached for the initiation recent change in the law $150 in social security pay- temple This understanding man shops. II not iviitiblt In your locility
ceremonies anxiety became tense menu. The earnings from $1,600 !loud In his praise for the I
makes it possible for some of und 1.70 lor a month's supply to:
among the pro.voctive members.At through $1,600 would cost him deputy whom he had the state
these people to get payments
the end of the first half of $100. Thus $400 total earned dissociation to stand and dedi SABROSOL LABORATORIESBox
the party the guests were excus Aso: a worker's they have wife not, if retired.she la over $1,200 would cost him $250in cate a song to her: "Let Me 6175. Sta. B, Miami, Fla.

ed for a while and. the now 62, might be able to get checks. social security ,payments. Call You Sweetheart," at the I
members were Initiated.The This change will be very Impor Mr. Blonston recommends that appreciation tea over which she
Amlcettes wish to extend tant to many people: Itving In anyone who works oil past re
a we'come to the following this area. tirement age check with his soclial -
Linda Ann !McCray Barbara
girls: security office as some mon
Finley, Mudelyn Squire, Beginning in 1961, workers
might be paid even though he
Laverne Lilly, Marsha Kemp, past retirement age who earn ey hasn't completely retired. STAR MEAT MARKET
Catherine Harrel, Gloria Mitchell, more than $1,200 but less, than ,
Lessle Rose Blackshear and $3,500, might lose some payments
Diane Darry. if they don't check with
We wish to take this oppor- the social security office.. Start- 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
tunity to thank our Zeta spon ing this year, earnings over ;'P1ttIttd : .
sore and the Amid MM. May $1,200 ''Won't cause the loss of .


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I IN MEMORIAMIn uncle. He is now on view at the

I'Ii. PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 sad but Coving memory of DEATHS chapel.

my dear husband Mrs Mary Bembry of 3190
JAMES DEAN SR. ,,,4 NW 42nd St., apt. 4, died April
who departed this life April 18, 18. The body was sent to Haw-

r : CARPS MEMORIALS 1968.,, Range: Icinsville, Ga., for final ,rites.
; Gone, but not forgotten. May. She is survived, by her sons,

""' .. ,he rest in peace. John H. Johnson, chief clerk Otis and Oscar; three':daughters,
l Mrs. Ella: Dean:wife with the Miami branch of the Mesdames Annie Basklns, Mattie .
CARD: CiE, THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Afro' American Life InsuranceCo. Ne.son and Irene Washing.
; 36 died ton, 14 grandchildren, six great
I' memory of the late, IN MEMORIAMIn for the past years
*,,The family of,the :ate, MR. CURTIS LEE WILLIAMSwho Vpril 12. Services will te held grandchildren, three slaters ,and
-at'OBADJAH:; ROLLE departed this life April 17, sad but loving': memory of fnurday"at: 2 p.m. in St. Pet three brothers.
" who, parsed' on April 8, and was 1960. our dear mother and father, sr's Orthodox Church with Canon -
laid to rat on April 15 wish to "Days were sweeter, MARY CLARA CLAYTON >' Charles Cooper officiating.He Oscar Spence of 16241 NW
express our thanks to our relatives Life completer andGARFIELD is survived by his wife, OilLs, 18th ave., died April 20. Ana.
and many friends for their With our sorrow, CLAYTON two sons, Samue and Ceci.; tive of Pelham, Ga., he lived in
many kindnesses that were rendered Our bri-rht tomorrow, lives who departed this life April 20,. hree daughters, Mrs. Ivet Cooper Miami since 1925. Services will
i to us during our hours of For knowing you." ., 1960 and June 3, 1960. Mrs.. Emerald Pratt, and be held in the chapel Saturdayat
f I b reav mEnt. We thank you for Mrs. Jessie B. Williams, "Like a ship that's left its' mooring Miss Curllne Johnson, seven 10 a.m. He is survived by his
;'4 Ue many cards,. cars, flowers wife and Family --jrandchildren, a sister and a father, Wiley Spence Sr., three
jujd,. :. telegrams and special And sails bravely out to sea. rothEr.: Mr. Johnson is now in brothers, Wiley Jr., John and
I thanks to the pastor and memo IN MTMORIAM So our dear ones. have sailed epose at the funeral home. The Clarence; a sister, Mrs. Minnie
I bers of Macedonia Baptist away body will be placed in the home McBurr.., '
| Church' and Bain's: Funeral In respectful memory of our In calm serenity, .it 6 a.m. Saturday.
I $ome. dear beloved husband and father But there's promise .of greater Manker I
p : The Family Joy Mrs. Estella Gaiter of 2335
'j Than earth could have in store NW 155th st., died April 15. A Paul* Roundfleld of 136 South
CARD Of THANKS '; For God bait planned a richer native of Georgetown, Exuma, Dixie Hwy., died April 16.. Service
life, Bahamas, Mrs Galthor lived in ? were held Saturday at the
Tie family bf'the late, Beyond the unseen shore" Miami for 40 years, Services chapel. Survivors are a sister,
MRS. AMELIA KEMP .. I The Family were he!d in St. Agnes Episcopal Rosetta Smith of Griffin, Ga.,
'Will to express their gratitude ,', Church. She Is survived by h r cousin, John Nolan: of Miami.
"land:thanks for the sympathy IN MEMORIAM :husband, James, two daughters,
<%ho fa to them in their hour of ,....?.i..j.: ,..... ... Mesdames Miriam Wells, and Graveside service for Varry
4ererement.'Many. thanks for r": .. In loving memory of our dear Enid Russel:; 12 grandchildren, Jimenez of 818 NW 5th ave who
3tli Beards letters, telegrams, .. f wife and mother, six great grand children, and died April\ 17. Funeral was held
ftdwers and use of cars. Special two brothers, Richard and Fred today. Survivors her parents Mr.
.Thanks to Rev. F. J. Hicks and A1 t j Devea ux.Louis and Mrs. Frank Jimenez.
"\Richardson Mortuary Again
thinks for kindness. : Foster Gilcbrist, 6515
liny your 1{, Alexander Fol'1be.sof 700
The Family : JW 14th court, a sixth grade Thomas St., Key West died
< 'z
; \,, i: : :tudent at Liberty City Elemen April 14. Services will be held
,:<; tary School, waj the victim of
CARD OF. THANKS '" : Saturday 2:30: p.m. at Mt. Oli
''- .11:1..' :'t. an accidental drowning April 17 vet Baptist Church with Rev.
L.We, the family of the late Services will be held Saturdayt White of Key West officiating.
J'YA : >" 4 30 in Zion Hope Baptist -
;' FRANCES THOMPSON : p.m. Survivors are a daughter, Viola
; 'wish to than the many friends > ...;),. : Church, 69th st. and NW Emith and other relatives.
'sad family for dowers, cards 17th ave. He is survived by his
and telegrams sent us during parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louise F.

'the Illness and death of our'dear Gilchrist, four sisters, two For the complete and

one guaranteed exterminationof
Special thanks to Fr. Elisha
C'arke, Elmer's Grocery, the EDWIN O'NEAL BAPTISTS SR.: IN MEMORIAMIn
Hepburn family, the Lucy family who departed this life on April 1 CHINCH BUGS
: ;, the Range Funeral Home 24, 1960. May he rest in peace! sad but loving memory ofMELVIN FLEAS ANTS TICKS

and, Evergreen Cemetery. Your and light perpetual shine on him' :" .. :.. -
;kindness will not ,be forgotten. Mrs. Elaine Baptiste, wife o. .'', It> ROACHESand
Bruce ThompsonAnd 11 daughters, a son, 19 > all other outdoor pests
Family grandchildren, a mother, \',
three sisters, and a brother Call NEwton 4-3759

\r; ....'k. 'f".J Memorial Prayer '
;; i1."l'he family of the- late
For loved
our ones,
<:': :t.Ins. FRANCES MAJOR
.',1 .;;J T' 'died' on April 4, and was who departed this life April 15)
,; I:4 w '. .:.hipped Spartanburgh, S.C. by Ij I 1960. May she rest in peace. I
.\.;\ ./the Francis ,Funeral Home on I ,Family
'April8, wish to thank their I SALE
,I :(ihiQ7'.frlenda, neighbors and relative IN MEMORIAMIn C
.; *. for their kindness and 3"AI'
\sympathy shown them during loving, but Lad memory of Bedroom CBS
V-their hours of bereavement. our darling and beloved mother
Many thanks: and deep apprecia and grandmother, I

lion to everyone for everything. : -- ---- $500 Down
,*.,, :,'.Char'es Major, husband Open Sunday 12 to 5:30
And Family:
A M M MMBMMHM M MB / .., i., 1 3130 N.W. 59th St.

CARD OF THANKSWe f f y'. ; Full Price $11,000

I the family of the late $80 per month

.: :, ", This house is like brandnew

! : "" .,: JENKINS with stove
!..-" ; founder of Railroaders, Inc.,
,..:" who died April 20, 1953 at Dil Venetian blinds, beautiful
I II II I ', >' .'. 'on, S.C., whle: in performanceof hard wood floors, large
iatNc 4.. ...: ....." + his duty with the Atlantic Fla.
"Pie" room jalousie
! ,,. 7oa8t Line Railroad,
I andCAROL windows, storm awnings,

; _...... .., --- Gone, but not forgotten. tile roof. See this house be-
f', Railroaders, Inc.
I R. W. Donaldson, Pres. fore you buy. You will certainly -
l 9y r" D. W. Wilson, Sec'y like it.Beautiful.
E -

loving and sad remem Large
: brance of our loving husbandand : 3-Bedroom House
I With Florida, room, furnished -

ready to move into, in
'I i I MRS. ANNA KELLY SMITH very good condition. $500
who slipped away into the great
down balance like
beyond, April 24, 1960. rent.
I Though we bow our heads in wx n 1902 N.W. 51st Terr.

I a ..rk sorrow over her passing, we rea r
1 .. a 4 1,, lize now that sorrows humanize Open Sunday 12 to 5:30
{ t. kt ,+ ti 1 1r all races, because tears are the '.
t MRS DEULAH, SIMMONS showers that fertilize this world;
express their heartfe thanks ; > I and memories of one as precious If you are looking for rentals -
r' and deep appreciation for the as our mother and grand mother \,\\ call us. 2-bedroom
I" kindness and sympathy shown keepeth warm the heart that }house, bedroom house, 1
by ,friends during) their recent t 'I holds them. Loving and kind in
who departed this life April 19, efficiency for couple
bereavement. We wish to thank all'l her ways, upright and justto or
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Rev. 1958. I I the end of her days, sincere single person.
; B." T Graham, Range Funeral '. O Lord, full of compassion, and true in her heart and mind, SS
I Home frlendaii aJl.who: thou who dwe '6Et on high!
\ and. ant: a beautiful memory she eft be
t sent flowers, cards, telegrams Grant perfect rest 'beneath the hind. And in silent sorrow We can finance' your auto-
\ and donated ears. May God sheltering wings of thy presence. It's nothing we can do, exceptto mobile liability insuranceon
bliss''' each and everyone Shine as the brightness of the live better life in
.::. a memoryof. monthly
of easy payments.Goodman's .
firmament unto the soul our .
.' Dlondell Cobb< daughter
.r ; you.
Willie H. Cbbb, soninlawAcknowledgment I beloved husband daughter Gone, but will never be for
,. f' father and sister, who have
gone into eternity!
; I !bars Maedon Bullard
! :' ; r. Lord of mercy, bring them un
Mrs. Ada Flanders ,; ii
;: ? :,., der the cover of Thy wings, and Mrs Eloise Johnson daughters
, :. ; The family the late, let their soul be bound up in Philbrook, Benjamin, REV. EDWARD RICHARDSON Estate & Insurance
I : (MR$. EDITH S. : ROBINSON bond of eternal life Be Thou Pembrooks, and Hubert who passed to his rest beyond,
I wishes. to thank Its many friends their possession, and may they sons and grandchildren April 17, 1960. II I
and relatives for the numerous rest in peace Amen. Sleep on and take your rest, 2688 N.W. 62nd St.

floral pieces,> {telegrams, cards, Margaret Minn, wife and Something to Sell? we love you and miss you ..
i letters and and other expressions mother but God loves you best. OX 1-0380
:)'" of sympathy received during James R. Minus\ Barbara Wo'll Sell It For You! Gussie Richardson,' wife sO'1 I
t f > its recent bereavement. Mima, children And Children .

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Off BASSOON, piano and re pI+i. :
corder by experienced BEAUTIFUL furnished l, .
university instructor, with former large rooms, quiet, shady Mrs. R. Comey; ,Clerk SATURDY, i' APRIL 22, 1961 f PAGE '19Yv ; }
ters degree.. Call PL 76772.mas yard, no children, all conveniences Morning Worship .....__.. 11:00 -;'.0\' '" '1' : '.
1223 NW 68th Terr. Sunday School ....,..,..__....... 9:20 : ( I
HELP B. T. U. *................._..............' 5:30 in _..c. All Knights Templar Masons
WANTED FURNISHED Efficiency?; Free Evening Worship ...,. ....._..._ 7:00 of West HollywtxkMmd HalU& ;.
EXPERIENCED beauty operatorat lights and water, private en Evening Worship ...._............. :00 Broward dale report to Obedlah Fergflr .
Boyd's Beauty Salon, 1230 trance. PL 84273. The anneal Women's Day : l'l'j son at 5700 1SW< NW 3rd ave, Fit 49704. Mrs. ; ot Greater Bethel Baptist program County Hallywood_ or contact Wa'tei A. ':
Sarah Boyd, Prop NEWLY DECORATED I-b-Ed.! Bowe at, '4444'SW 17th St. Sunday '
room anartijant toro Moat nunla Church, Opa, Locka, will be held ; '" ; 1':
April 23 at 2"
-"" April 23, News p.m. in reference .r
FOR SALE Nicely 1030 furnlshedl q-u r at The guest sneaker for themorning i of a new irfeetlng time" ,
NW 65th St. '
Near, bus 21," *l 11'#;
'ROOMING HOUSE Business ExCelletit 4 and 29 and jitney. By The Star: Light Lodge No. .I4S

Ideation. FR 9-1366. Mrs. Walter Bowe will meet on Friday, April 21 "at !
}tcC: ndob. A22 FURNISHED 1-bedroom apt. 8 p.m. .a,-B::
quiet couple, 1225 W 86th !St. f '-b *_ ___. c">0b: "toil
INCOME PROPERTY. You ,ct>rlit Near shopping and transporta: ,w I The CWH: Fire Dept. will meet W.M. Clarence Johnson ,"''loft' ".. '.
go wrong. 6 room house and two tion. NE 36167. on Monday/ April 24 at the Monday for" the Grand Lodge Jt
a artment.!. 11000. $500 down. Chamber of Comerce Building at in Jacksonville. He returned5 ,' J
All furnished. 1444 NW .64th st. CHOICE 1 and 2-bedroom opts. 8:30 ;;p.m. Thursday. .'."*J '
2945 W 46th St., 624, NW 22nd ,-_._.... ,:edMr. \'
FURNITURE Dining and bed- St. Bus. 24 |>a4' esv. door. FJl, :The: South Broward,VFW Post and Mrs. Clifford BttiII
rdom set. Other items. 1232 NW, 93576. :j" N f No. 8195 will meet Tuesday, are the parents of their ;tlrj t
.gist dt.tiY April 25 at 8:30: p.m., baby daughter born April 11 at ,a
1 BEDROOM apt. Clean and qujet the South Broward Hospital in ;
OWNER. Income Two No children Furnished and allutl'itles '1 ,Mrs. Jean McKenxle was tn.I 'Danla. Mr. Bul'ard is the mans> 8 y
houses on key 1nt. very nice paid. $17 weekly. 2272 .I( ''t,fling, officer from the AuxlJhfy '- ger at Bowels Modernistic Barber
newly painted. Total price NW 58th St. NE 43769. 1.". to 3 gt Wiriam 0., Gibson Shop in Carter Ranch. ,.

$9,500. Terms. 2220 NW 61st PRIVATE i ,? ,inset 4997, Lake Forest set up, .
St MU 1-5740. Airy room and bath' r Ladles Auxiliary to the South On April 11 prospective metp; .
for working woman or man. Broward Post 8195. Meeting I bers of VFW" Auxiliary znetl1Qr ',;'
FOR RENT 3290 NW 45th St. Near bus, NE ,began at .3 p.m.., on Tuesday the purpose of ,organizing,"IJNI w
55283. April 18,. Many of the 'wives will auxiliary post in South Drpw.,.,. .
FURNISHED APT. Newly 'work with their Veteran husbands If you are a woman VFW
decorated yet
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clean. Enclosed yard, and help to build a good are eligible to become atber. I
.shade trees. Suitable: for couple. Attention ll post*, I It you are, a wife,' If') ter.
Quiet neighborhood. Call Mrs. Ladies! Y daughter or widow of a, tttenia .
Hubert. FR 44234. After 7 p.m. For distinctive ---- Church and well !cnown tot her of Foreign Wars', you 'are....*;4i9
call NE 41087. will be << eligible to become
A22 hair stlIng Mrs. Carrie j religious and civic activities. a member.
hair colorIng Higgs a district missionary of I Plcase come and jolu with us
BEAUTIFUL 1-bedroom large And or hairweeving Lee County The night speaker You are invited to come out 'Wednesday, April \28, 8 p.m. at
rooms, quiet, shady yard, no to It Is Mrs. Evergreen Murphy, a and hear these two dynamic the Chamber of Commerce Bide.
children, all conveniences. 1323 )our ersonnll' teacher of home making at", ,speakers. Mrs. Wtlene C. Rabinri on 4th ave. Refreshments will) .b.
NW 58th Terr.APARTMENT. Ity see .M I s a North Dade Junior and Senl :', eon is general chairman of Woo erved after }meeting.! Mrs Pearl
Mary Frames High School. MM. Murphy Is a : men's Day activities. Mrs. Juan- ,DoIIaar and representative from

Two bedrooms, "*" hon At her, member of Mt. Zion Baptist, t; j-jita ,Ryles, co-chairman. W st 110' ywood Post Ut7 "will.
4190 NW 32nd Ave. *, ,new location of ,. r be In charge. .
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employment. I f ..
APARTMENT. One bedroom, '; .J Mix" Dixon -,
4190 NW 32nd Ave. ""
hag been for more than 10 '. : $180 cash $69 Mo.
Efficiency. Free tears one ofl1nml': .. outstanding f ; I rr
gas, water and electricity. 4190 Popular 3bedrooms
NW 32nd and ipmllfled beauticians. To furnished on
ave. be abreast with the modern do's
50 100 lot
and ilont's of hairdressing, she x
ROOM with twin beds nice hnM attendedoikshnps at Florida
neighborhood, near buses and Jit Agricultural and Mechanical KNIGHTBE4T No closing costs, move in

neys, privileges. NE 46310. University. Recently she was a today For the best In,

participant In a hair style show hair wecr vials. '
UNFURNISHED 2Jbedroom'atuc. held In. the city of Atlanta, CM.
co, stove and refrigerator fenc or call the Mod
ed. OX 1-7966, 1868 NW 62nd Let MU Dixon help yon $490 down $75 Mo. ernlstlo lIe".ItJ'I I y'Salon'
Terr. look more glamorous, visit tier Hair! .
at Vogue Fair ,;
Beauty 233 NW
UNFURNISHED 1-bedroom home Oth St., FR 00010. 3-bedrooms with Florida wee y covetrs 5. ,..,.',
tiled ,bath, hot and cold water. room,' large lot. No qualifying bald s pot *:' '.-""" "
$65 month 1048 NW 59th St. CLUB thickens .u.ul
HI 8-6985. ,no closing cost. ,lengthens the.J

NICE 4-ROOM house. Both Beautiful Home on r 'v At The hair and th<'[ i
porch. $15 Your LotComplete hair can be
week. Lights, water Visit i 4a c
furnished Apply at 2220 NW Slit JOHNHOTEL styled bMUtJrut.l ly.

61st 1-5740 St. April 22 only. MU Jfftv anw ,, 801 N.W. 54th St. Modernistic Beauty .Salon'

N.W. Oth St. 826 N.W. 3rd Ave.
OX 6-1740 PL 9-8372
3-bedroom Florida room \ oc. And 8nl Are.
I Very nice. $25 week. 2220 NW ; FR 4-0944 'I
61st .
St.FURNISHED. : SM.idlil COLLINS, Technician

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APT. Yard and _._..__ .4
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porch. Reasonable. Call OX Building Servloe ',Grp,
10870. 11111.lliIIIIHU... l U.. llllllll'IIIU llJJJ''fl

LOCOING tor a furnished room BUILDING SUNDAYI4ATINEE $ r

with clean kitchen place, call privileges OX' 14864.in. a FINANCING TV Service Calls }. ....Qr.J

Your New HomeNo 1\ .
APT. Reasonable. :J;;':
.1399 NW 56th St. PL 89717. Down .
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OUEST HOUSE, efficiency for 2, Payment a 'te, .A*...
colored Casement windows on 3 sides, And Celebrity WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS *. ,
tile bath very quiet. I Over Twenty Year of i
*15 week. 1044 NW 64th St.. Construction Experience RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRS
Near chopping center 'ind bus. Attraction

ROOM ", Guaranteed Satisfaction 1551 N.W 62nd Street OX 180243CDC
for nice couple.5720 NW
19th ave. or call E 5- 193. !4J W l1mmO La 1J .<< 1IJlr4 =i ..alrllllflnfaIIT 1

FURNISHED Duplex 2958 NW @ffi a
slat St' Call OX 1.7804 of NB Starting 4 p.m. and continu '

. 32786. PL 1.3604 ing into regular nite show NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS .
888 N.E. 79th St. .
SMALL HOUSE nice and '
good location, 2161 NW 58th roomy at. M lam
OX 17804. 3 Great Bands CHICK 'N' CHIPS!

-- Dizzy Jones

CITY-WIDE HEALING MEETING f Frank DuBoise. 921 N.W. 2nd Avenue NO.2( next to Ritz Theatre)'4:

CONDUCTED UY I. Bob Allen Featuring The Tastiest Food !In Town :a
EFFIE JONESof At Popular Prices

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New Orleans La. ; .
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I ( Lv'3r'"fBring f. ;' ::"' Half Chicken .................................. 50c

The Sick! .'*:'\ .' ;, .' Y ::' Presenting celebrities from Pork Chops ........Y..................*........ 50c '

Special Blessing ',: of, :,4, Miami's and Miami Beach's Fih Sandwich .................................. ::25c

Service .t ,}.-.'... Clubs and Hotels. French Fries................... lOc and 15c. -

I Songs by the. Hot Meat Patties ...-; .................../;! 2Sc

Jones' Singers Admission FREE Fried Shrimps .................................; SOc

SUN., MAY 7 8 P.M. ; .. Tables FREE Cold Slaw and French Fries wit all 1 !SOc Orders

Longshoremen'sHall i. '"'" I Above items also available at s",m9 price at'' ".'*

When bettor shoves are presented CHICK 'N' CHIPS No. 1, 704 N.W, 2nd Ave., '
Clyde Klllrns wi'l present them "It's a Fingrr I.ftkt'.r"-ol 10 to 2 a.m. Mon a fi.in.2lUUSIO : 'si. .
alb N.W. 2nd Avenue

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:. DORSEY BAND I Dorsey physical; tympanist education, instructor Freddie Pitt.at

j.. Kennedy Sets Record in SPRING CONCERT Dorsey.To mon, .also a PE instructor at

APRIL 28 our many friends who have,

The :Dorsey Junior High band enjoyed our past performancesthe
will present its fourth annual members of the (band ask
Spring Concert Friday, April 28 that you invite your friends to
of '
Appointment Negroes at 8 p.m. In the auditorium.This enjoy this delightful evening of
year's band consist of 65 entertainment with you.v
... members who are striving dill* No advance tlckest are being
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gently to make this concert the made. Donation at the door
President John F. Kennedy In New York, Dr. Benjamin Maysof Martin said that announcements highlight of its activities for the will be: Adults 75c. students 50c.
his first 80 days in office haslet Atlanta, Harry Belafonte of of other Important appointments year. The members are certain
a new record for the ap New York and Dr. Albert Dent in various depart that this concert will equal and NARANJAThe
pointment of Negroes to key have been appointed to the Na ments of government are pend are striving to excel performances -
positions in government which tional Advisory Board of the ing. It Is clear, Martin stated, and standards achievedby culminating activity of
have never been held before by Peace Corps of which Sargent that this Administration fully previous bands. Naranja's &e'f study will be on
nonwhites, the Democratic National Shriver, former President of the ,Intends that there will be true Some of the selections to be April 26 in the school cafetor-
, Committee revealed this Chicago Board of Education, is equality of employment opportunity rendered are: "Sleepers Wake,", ium beginning promptly "at 3:30:
week. the Director. in the Federal service. "The Marriage of Figaro, ""Tangofor p.m. The theme La LanguageArts
, Louis Martin, deputy_ chair I Bands," "Canadian Sunset" A Boulevard to Under
man of the Democratic Committee and many other both classicaland standing. Everyone is cordially

I called special attention to THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA popular. Invited.
several of these appointments ThU year guest artists will be Mrs. Zola Sullivan, principal;
; and stated many more are pend PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 vocalist. Mrs. Frances Futch, a Alphonso Oates, reporter.
),! ing. Martin cited the following
persons named thus far to posts

never held by Negroes before: IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE ,
Dr. Robert C. Weaver of New Plans
York City, Administrator of the Complete for SUSPENDED

Federal Agency.Hon. Housing. and Home Finance Why wait up to six weeks to clear your record whenwe

can clear you and have your driver's license backin

. Clifton R. Wharton of Greatest NAACP DriveThe your wallet in ONE DAY at .
San Francisco, Ambassador to

Norway. Service-first 'insurance
Christopher C. Scott of Las Dade County branches of the public relations phase of the Agency
Angeles, Deputy Postmaster NAACP are now prepared to program are Clinton Moon and 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5-6355
General for Transportation.Mrs. launch the greatest membership Milton Hardrlck. Official photographer -
and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4-6612
Dolly: Lowthar Robinsonof campaign in the history of the for the drive la A. C.
New York City, Assistant to association since its origin in Adams. Open Saturdays until 3 p.m.
the Director of Women's Bureau "
Miami, stated Fr. Theodore R.
Department of Labor. Gibson, president of the Miami
Carl Rowan of Minneapolis. Branch, in announcing the 1961 Fashion Time
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Irlve.
; State for Public Affairs. Fr. Gibson stated that since "WaUz Time is Fashion Time"
Do you have a problem? Business Dad, Mar-
Andrew Hatcher of San Fran. the work of recruiting campaign presenting Miami's Ten Best
cisco, Associate White House workers began several weeks ago Dressed Women sponsored by riage Failing, Can't win the man or woman
"I,e Press Secretary. "we have had great response to the Saints Ann-Margaret Chap. you love, Keen Crossed, Need Money. Everything ; '
Frank Whitaker of Pittsburgh our appeals." ter of the Episcopal Churchwomen Going Wrong? Health Bad? See .
Special Assistant to the Secre- of the Incarnation at the
tary of Commerce. The drive will be divided Into Hampton House Villa Pool patio, MADAM RACHEL
Hobart Taylor of Detroit, divisions with each having an 4200 NW 27th ave., Friday, May
Special Counsel for the Presi Individual chairman. Named as ; 12, 8:30: p.m. A dance will ell Palmist Reader Advisor
dent's Committee on Equal Employment I llvlalon chairmen are: max. Tickets on sale now from On All Problems
Coconut Grove, Arthur Dunn, any chapter member call
Opportunity. or OX
Miami, Mrs. Pearl
McLeRoy. 17056. Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke
Eddie M. \"I lllams of Memphis ,
Protocol Officer in Office of Liberty City, Mrs. Ervena Jr., chairman. M13 Free cab for two or more customers (limit $2 per cab)

Chief Department.of Protocol in the State Prynus.Opa Locka. Mrs. Mattie L.Oate. 901 N.W. 79th St. ((9th Ave.) PL 7.6497

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Frank William of San Fran-
cisco, Special Assistant to the Postal Alliance and Perrine, Advertise It Pays!
Director of the Peace John Fryar.
Corns.__,,_ .
Richmond Heights. Mrs. .0 .
Other -----
I major appolntn.-nY. Bethol. ----
made by Kennedy include: Myrtle
"" ( Frank D. Reeves Church, llvr H. McNeal Harris.
t' Special Assistant to the Preil- NORTHWESTERN ADULT EDUCATION
. i I dent. Fraternal, Samuel Sweeting.The .
George L. P .Weaver of Wash "
drive will with
, open a
I' ington, Assistant decretary of public meeting at the St. John CENTER t!
Labor. Baptist Church, 1328 NW 3rd
Kermit Bailer of Detroit, Legal
ave., Sunday April 23 at 4 p.m.
, Chief of Housing Section of A report will be given on activities --.. 7007 N.W. 12th Avenue ,,, 1|
the Civil Rights Commission. of the NAACP in Miami and .' :
Arthur Chapin of New Jersey, Florida by Atty. G. E." Graves, Miami 50, Florida
Minority Group Consultant In legal chairman for Florida'sNAACP
the Department of Labor. branches and Robert W. PL 4-5491
On the White House Staff Is Saunders executive secretary for t
Virginia Battle of Boston who the Florida State Conferenceand ANNOUNCES ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES FOR TUB SUMMER TERM 1001
served as secretary to the President coordinator of the drive. Registration Monday Through Friday
when he was a Senator.
.| Recently the President named The NAACP branches in the Between 2O: and 10:00 p.m.
John Whee'er of Durham, N. C. drive have opened two offices as HIGH' SCHOOL
president of the Mechanics and I impalgn headquarters. The SCHEDULE}
Farmers Bank and Howard downtown offices is located at All classes
meet 7:00 till 10:00
Woods of St. Louis the execu- 809 NW 3rd ave., phone FR p.m.
tive editor of the St. Louis Argus 45631. The campaign for Coco- English MW (8 sections) American History MTVVT
to the new President's! Com nut Grove Is at 3670 Grand ave. English TT (2 sections) American Government MTWT
mittee on Equal Employment HI 46351.
Math (1 8)) MTWT Band
Opportunity.The Office secretary is Mrs. Maria MW
Rev. James Robinson of Fernandez. Also assisting with Math MTWT Pre.High School MTIVT
Science MW Bookkeeping TT

Science TT Typing ))2 sections) MTWT

Registration fee of $2.00 is payable at the time of registration.

Dumas-Milner Chevrolet Counseling service Is available Monday through Thursday evening

An Adult High School Diploma, Is awarded on the basis of 16 units of credit .

i i Your New and Friendly Dealer .,I>'., Excellent library facilities are available ,'( \

)1 Invites You to Buy Your New ..

Classes offered on a full-time basis, 3:00 or 3:30 to 10:00 p.m. :
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Automobile Mechanics MTWTF Radio-TV Service MTWTP .
Or Conditioned Used Cars J
; Top Tailoring MTWFT1'arttlnie 4 ,:f.
classes: ((7OO: 10:00: p.m.) .

I From Miami's Newest, Friendliest, And Architectural Drafting MTIVTP Cabinet Making and Millwork MTWTF

Dry Cleaning MTWTF Power Machine Operation MW
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i three classes run from 7:00 till 10:00 pun. daily

i. I TERMS TO SUIT YOUR OWN FAMILY BUDGET I I .Automobile Mechanic\ Tailoring Cabinet Sinking and Mlllwork

Entrance:: Requirements and Costa, both centers-Any person who is 18 years of

DUMAS MILKER : age or older or who has been withdrawn from day high school for six months or

more, is eligible to register for training. For certain courses, applicants are required
to take entrance tests to determine
reading and mathematics proficiency.In .

CHEVROLET i addition to the registration fee of $2.00, there is a monthly shop fee of $3.00
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Florida School Lunch As*I ",. : :

J Conference sociatlon March 31 convened April 1.in Miami .on, PHIL 'OSSOFER- is-E.-'E T'iH"E" s'OU'TH'S i..

Dade County sponsored the :
llth annual association with SAYS: LEADING COLORED ,
Booker T, Washington High I ; 'r.'
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t. k .. ... ..1.1rii School serving as hostess. The ,\ 'I''
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fifteen counties represented afforded You "o'dsters," (like myself,
tetintirxiers, let's continue standards of living our social approximately' 270 delegates who might have been skipping ./&
With the artde| tin mof les where ooncepts, our codes of morality Paul H. Wyche Jr.'s "Teen Con-
w8 16ft dff last week. Dkf OK. ->n Hollywood hodge podge. Divorce Dr. Joe Hall, superintendentof ference" In the Maml!' Times had
Movies cut down traveling ex- ,murder, drinking, gambling the Board of Public Instruction better take a good look at this ,/
Censes, by bringing customs and false notions of love, as of Dade County and Dr. Oil excellent column. Young WycheIs 'J
culture of foreign countries to thev f ash on the screen, put bert Porter, executive secretary wise beyond his years, and he .{
iis. Some pictures arouse In us cash into producers pockets, but of Florida State Teachers Association. offers excellent advice that
hobs standards and high Ideals al.ow our high standards to go brought greetings. should turn teenagers Into keen
bf virtUe. S0 we can't go wrong crashing. Our focus is on the Delightful music was rendered 1U3se.r eqj jo P"\1SUJ': s'9 n :i::
when we" go to the right movies, future; let's face the facts. ,j by Kristine Sutton, sixth grade trend towards becoming mean Let her years! of experience guide "
but we'll never be right If we I pupil 6f Douglas Eementary! agers. and protect you throughout lift t
go to the wrong movies. Motion ADELPHIANCLUB School Arthur King and Baldwin I salute him, partially for ego. as a lighthouse guide the shins If
pictures should be esseatially: Hepburn, of Miami. The oc tistical reasons, since I nm a!. a storm. For success In business
Instruments for good, but are caslon was beautifully presentedby ways speaking un for our younger and love.
they GUESTOF I Mrs. Edna Mlngo; school generation. I believe In this
lunch Bunche Park READER
and of
Teentlmers coming
why hesitate up group young
Now is the time to contemplatethe COLLEGE Elementary School. stfrs. despite thn unfavorable .CONSULT HER- ,
The nominees of officers
woes and no's of indecent publicity given them The DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
the ensuing year are: Presidents
movies. Muffle your moans and FUND Wyches confirm my opinion that OUT NOW BY THE HELP OP
:Mrs. Tommie Douglas and Rob
listen to the facts about movies.!! these young folk, when they OOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
ert Smith, Broward County
; have reached maturity
physical ,
Low grade indecent movies
Members of the Adelphlan president-elect, Mrs. Willie Mae
will lead of the Hours
dangerous. The Influence of us out morassof Office :
such movies lowers our moral Club of Miami were the guestsof Thame, Seminole County and materialism and Immorality 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
the Dade County Committee Mrs. Agnes Hall Jones, Marlon
that I'm that 9 tr
standards, ,and turn the trend plagues us. punitive Thurs. a.m.
of the United Negro College: County; recording secretaries, many of these youngsters. have
towards serious 7
Too p.m.
temptation. Fund at a luncheon .on April 20 Mrs. Burnlce Turner, Orange reached spiritual y
many modern movies have made at the Sir John Hotel County and Mrs. Ruby Newkirk, These like Mr. Wyche, will: fur DAILYSunday
passion the fashion and '
pure The County Committee, at a Volusia County; treascrers, Mrs nish the leadership we parents,
love for
respect marriage and
recent organizational Pauline Washington Escambla :
the family, only a topic to be re meeting In the office of Attorn- County and Mrs Vivian Walden. unfortunately them. Where, have we should failed to have dye 10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING .
served for a Sunday sermon. ney Henry Arrlngton, electedDr. Nominees for offices will be
offered examples, we have only
When Buster Badman
shoots Michael' O. So-'sln, prominent voted upon April 16 offered crlticlclsm.
one.of his hard boiled henchmenor businessman of Miami Beach as
The Mrs.
competent Syretha
More power to Paul Wyche! $1.00 UP
a pistol packing policeman,
the chairman with E. Eliot Strachan, school lunch managerof
His kind of leadership will lead
he turns into a hero. Does glorified
director of the Liberty served
Kemp, Douglas Elementary as the world. back to its senses.
crime have any effect on Square Hocslng Project, cochairman mistress of ceremonies through. 23 Years Experience
This Ls the leadership uf which
? When Chinaman trade
you a ; Mrs. Ida Ratcllffe, secretary out the convention.
Booker T. Washington spoke
his laundry for a sinister look, and Joe Perry vice presl-I I I A tour of Miami followed comprised when he said, "Leadership con MADAMHUNTER
a revolver and a bad reputation dent of the Industrial of two bus loads of delegates. lists in finding fol'cs! where they
we get the wrong slant on the I(I
treasurer. A guided tour through the
are and guiding them to where
Chinese peope: as a nation. If Present at the organizational Polly Davis Cafeteria Miami
they ought to be." 1657! N.W. 73rd ST.
we are constantly scanning ihfscreen's meeting were :Attorney S. D. Beach, with refreshments, is one MIAMI, FLA.
productions; that advocate WeLs&buch Mrs. J. L. Dixon, ,, of the not-to-be forgotten stopsof o It:=
Intolerance, racial or religious Rev. A. D. Hall:, Baron de Hiracn the tour which terminated at Don't Write-Call In Person
prejudices, we are boundto Meyer Dr. Michael O. Sossln, Virginia Beach with Brunch. NEED MONEY .. .
be influenced. ._.. f, '': ,r
Benjamin Myer Mrs. Ida Rat- $25 to $600 l\j' :
Teentlmers we are suffering :2llffe, Mrs. Mary Oenerette
from all the symptoms of ado Samuel Cohen and Mrs. Marlon EXPERT WATCH AND Call PL 8-3653 --- -
lesence. It isn't fatal, IDEAL LOAN
In those formative years, when The committee adopted a CLOCK REPAIRS
the knowledge that we gain and quota of $16,000 for the 1961 Andrew Jewelers 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. Drive Carefully

retain, Influences our behavior goal. ,303 N.W. 2nd Ave. =
and conduct.
All worK guaranteed
Ah-Aah, stop hiding behind MIAMI TIMES ADS 40 Year In BusinessFR
your ,blushes and admit, as so
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'many that the other movies teen you timers see have have avery 'DONT COST THEY PAY I Central Life Insurance Co. of Fl I

deflntte effect un your euiu--
tlons. Perhaps our high school ANNOUNCES
teachers find it difficult to recognize RUPTURED ?
at time, but we are for
ever seeking knowledge and too Trus, MM'S-4' New Combination HospitalAnd
often the movie house turns intoa

, echoo' room where crime, sec PILES RECTAL DISEASES
and Immorality are our major Home Policy
:subjects. Our Hollywood; idols, Q Limn CLINIC unnina .
;garbed in glamour and glory,
portray reckless runaways, .....-. -- Hospital Benefits up to $15 per day
tempting truants, passionate lovers

' cheap devU.may-eare gold diggers.murderersand Their BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe Home Benefits up to $20 per week

dashing, undaunted experlencermake

dissatisfied us restless with, discontent our normal and Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome ALL IN ONE POLICY

living. We resent parental and 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 SPECIAL AMBULANCE MATERNITY AND
school control. It becomes a ,
temptation to try the seductive Alna Tranquil Long aid Hairprowling .
technique of our Hollywood Tablets ...................... 1.08 .....?........... 1.00 MISCELLANEOUS HOSPITAL BENEFITS
heart throbs, those come hither Madam WalkerOintment Thlnz Super
tye-cues, fast and furious sma'l .,......,......, .....00 Reducing Plan ........ 2.08 -.-
talk, enveloping: embraces, clothes Pointer' Ilcrgiunont 888 Tonic ......,. 1.45 8.33
and hair-do fads. Indecent, obscene Hair Dressing ............ ,.03Canlul Swamp Root .,...... .75 1.33 Agents and Branches Statewide
movies, cause our high ......................... 1.20 Father John ........ .'73 1.33
Ideals to be clouded by Hollywood Earrings ......,v .10 to .70 pr. Contact one of our Agents or Branch Offices
ideas. Teen timers. let'skeep The finest product at Cut Rate Prices I
both tootsies on the terra Statewide for
firma (solid earth) and realize OPEN DAILY A SUNDAYS A.M. t. 10 P.M. Y ..

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA darkhorse. All of this adds up Announcement
to an exciting evening of track AIR CONDITIONED
I PAGE '16 i ,),,'J,' SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1961 I field Trials begin at 6 p.m. Mr. and t Mrs. Arthur Johnson
Finals begin at 7 p.m. Admission
I of 2100 NW 5th Ct., announcethe CAPITOL
g 4COCa OQoooooac'aooo oo GOOGO 50 cents. marriage of their daughter,
Mary E Inor to John David, Me- THEATRE -
THE Cier; off ::Atlanta*; Ga. Mrs. Me- SAT, MIDNIGHT
LOOKING ro Cler is' a former student of SUN., MON., TUBS .
'Mary Manse College Toledo, '
Ohio and Grady Memorial Hospital -
I Atlanta. ME"
Mr; McCler, sou of Mr. and '
NOW SHOWINGA Mrs. David L. McCler of AtlantaIs BAUDOT"Hoodlum
1 By LEO B. ARM BRISTER a former student of Cark: Col Priett"
Tale of Christ lege. MV. and Mr*. McCler are With Dan Murray
OOGc oa QO O C GOC OG O OG fJ...,.1, now residing in Atlanta.
TWINS OFF 'T6. 'FIiYING who had lost to Brown in Hous .
START ton in 1969.FEATURE Charles Heston -- l'Irn' rJlffWfLI.eITY
The Minnesota Twins seem to
be doing well In their new homein SPORTS NOW 2 Shows Daily 2 and 8 p.m.

I moving Minneapolls-St.from ,tbeyiiatton's Paul capita'after CHAMPION Feature Sports SPORTS, Inc., which has Doors Open 1 and 7 p.m. :

and hardly )Ume,-.to invite the staged two championship fightsat Adults $1.25 ;
Miami Beach in recent ;
have climbed to
I neighbors, they
the top of the American League months has changed its namo to Children 50c _.IW ..IN1PO/.A4Rt
I Champion Sports, Inc., and I is
using one of the, teams that was
supposed to,\'make'' them inhabitants ) contemplating a championship OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd,'Ave. & 69th St.
of the' cellar., bout between Foyd Pattersonand
The Twins now lead the league Eddie Machen in the- fall of
with a five and one record; four this year. It is hinted .this may FRIDAY SATURDAY
at:the of be an outdoor attraction. .
of these wins expense
the Baltimore Orioles and the Championship Sports further : : 7," tn t l\\UI'\\ : .
.itll I
other from the Doston Red Sox. said that a match with Patter FORSALEBrand \\ .n" IItm .
It was generally believed: that ron and Liston is very unlikelythis :\ \ :, \II
the enthusiasm of the people' of year for the taxation issue \I'it
Minnesota to have: major league that will be involved; then, too, ::
ball would be Inspirationto the shadowy characters of the
a great new 3 bedroom CBS. .
the team and it has no doubt Liston managerial staff would Florida '
'done just that. Baeeball will have to be. cleared.. Carport, jalousied i .,
profit greatly, if this high'spirited PALMER AND PLAYER room, oven and range, 19" S '
contention continue. There will FEE OFF AGAIN I TV set. No closing costs. \ fh'
be more teams with pennant Move in. ; '
Arnod: Palmer and Gary
hopes. Player who ,battled to a dramatic See 1949 NW 152nd Terr.
PLAYERS TOU'LTBE finish In the Masters Golf Only $795 Down
FORCED TO \ Y"1'CJ Tournament a week ago, are at GabIeMonroeCIift'In I II '

Among the .yery promising ''t again in the $40,000 Houston I __ _
% Cla.eic.
hands 'to .comO and
young up
flash their skll| ,around the diamonds Palmer and Player will behaving I
$495 Down i the John Huston
is Carl Yastrzemski, who an individual duel, but productini
in they will be competing against
took over Ted, Williams spot
doing !00 I other professionals for the Terrific! New 3 bedroom ." .
left field and looked so good

"Before so, occasioned the'se'uo Ted' Is to over remark that top Bill money Collins:of ,$7,000.the defending CBS porch, one Florida mortgage screened only. T el mVallach a Ritter (;<""j I i i

kid The will Natlona'l hit i 320.League'' also pre hope champion' playoff beat last Palmer year after in an they 18 I, No closing costs, Brown Eli ( H I [II J U

sents a classy out-fielder, who I oth SO. wound up 18 holes with a Sub. 2991 NW 143rd Terr. I I I
should make the grade and then Open Sunday 1.6 p.m. 19"
some. He is Willie Davis of the TV set, Oven and range. PLUS
Loa Angeles Dodgers. His speed Relays at Moore, I
and hitting, has, ,been his bene .
factors all through his minor Park Saturday NightThe
league career. In his first year Corner Duplex, CBS beauty. THE CRY THAT
l at Reno he hit .366 and led the track and fleM teams of 2 furnished ROCKED THEWORLD'S
< carports, city
I the schools of Dade and surrounding ,
I league. Last year at Spokane he ..... .... .... HOTTEST
hit .346 and led the league, and counties will vie In the water, close to bus, shop- :
t when the Dodgers took a brief running of the second annual ing. STRIP OF HWUR3UIESS
peek at him at the end of the Dade County relays Saturday, See 5200 NW 10th Ave. ROBERT MITCflUM
last for 22 April 22 at Moore's Park, locat-
season year came _. _.. ___
.I "'HL
, I he hit .318. It is believed! his wu HI coin st! and 8th ave.
speed gives 'him hits for ground. This promises to be exciting/ Only $995 Down =
i ers. up to the last event for the
Pitchers have a greater opportunity teams appear to be very evenly: .
to become rookies of matched. The favorite seems to CIIBERT ROlAND
be the New! Custom built 3 bedroom
the year. Their,majority: in numbers everstrong Mays high -
accounts fur, 'this. Howie team with close contention from 2 baths, Florida i CINEMASCOPE
( M .
Nunn, 25 year, ,Qld bespeckled Carver high and Northwestern. room, built-in oven and ww ww w w.
North 'Dade. last week winner
Cincy server; seems to be the
best looking of the Natlona1 over DIllard, Attucks, Ely and range. Close to NW 7th
league crop. Up from Jersey Carver of Delray, looms as theSAVE Ave., NW 54th St. No closing STARTS SUNDAY

j with a 1.93 ERA should prove a r ... .. costs. Move in.
very helpful to Cincinnati.
Frank Funk, 24, of the Cleveland MONEY AT Only $1,495 Down
Indians, is the one mound THE TRUTH ABOUT
marvel of the ,American League
Council Thrift Shop TEMPLE DRAKE...
who came to Cleveland from To
ronto with a ,1.97/,ERA and Intentions i HER, SIN- : .
flag threat.of making" < Cleveland a 1203 'N.W. 54th St. Fair Realty AND HERREDEMPTION x Km.

Clothing for the entire J !
DEFENDS family, small electrical appliances For Fair Deals .

Joe Brown't,lightweight cham small furniture M R ,. 4RL
pion of thq tfbrld. successfully 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave.
defended his\tale) for the tenth jewelry, toys, gift items,
time in London'''Tuesday night books. PL 7-1645 _
against a stubborn and game Open 10-4 Daily -
challenger Dare Charnley. who, DurilF.Zanttet Production' ,Inc. 1
though hftlnc- battered hvBrown I __ 'Ii! __ ....
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earlier: In.'Ui-fight was i'I
there all the Vay and had 'I WILLIAM FAULKNER'SSANCTUARY
1 strong hopes of pulling an upset
when the fight ended McNicholas RealtyMany
Brown, who is 35, admittedly ]
'I i felt tho test, of time against the
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