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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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38TH YEAR, NO. 36'- ,MIAMI FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1961 SIXTEEN PAGES TEN CENTS.

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JUSTICE DEPT. ENTERS VIRGINIA SCHOOL SUIT




BOB KENNEDY SETS 'PRECEDENT I

The federal courts were ask action, adding: I
11 INQUEST ON TEACHER'S! KILLING! ed by the Justice Department ott "We have tried to work this
Wednesday to force the public out to permit Negro children togo
; school in Prince Edward County to school. They are unable to.

Ya to reopen.Two Court .orders are being circumvented
I A. combined coroner's inquest ,and nullified. Therefore,

r and preliminary hearing into the Detective Parker 'said on the feet a ,reconciliation Mrs. Rob- Jean ago public) schoolsIn we have brought this' action to
t killing of Mrs. Edith S. Robinson but of his findings during his inson Is said to have refused, to Print ttdward were closed to : protect the Integrity of the judicial
# of 6500 NW 17th are., which Investigation in the case, he reconcile their marriage prevent desegregation. White I process of the United
occurred early on the morningof children: attended a system of States"
April 8 of this year, will be signed a warrant formally, charge The gun used in the shooting "private" schools largely financed -
held Monday afternoon, 'May 1 : ing Robinson with' aecond degJ'temurder. was owned by Robinson who ad. by public funds, but Negro This is the first time the Justice
THe Detective explainedthat mltted he carried the gun with has asked to*
at 3 o'clock ,in Justice of Peace children had no schools. Department
Hugh Duval's Court at 8050 NW Robinson claimed. that the him that morning to talk to her The motion was filed before become a party in a school case,'
?th are shooting was an accident. Parker about reconciliation. Robinson Federal District Judge Oren R. and It b the first time It haai
Nathaniel ttoblnwJn' of 2155 further explained that Rob. claimed be pulled the gun onlyto Lewis In Richmond by the Jus* said that the closing\ of pub Ic
and his wife bad been
NW flflth st., Estranged husbandOf separated Inson for time and I scare his wife and that, the tics Department. Atty. Gen Rob schools: could be ttn constitution"
some
Mi's. Robinson. WILt arrested wanl off accidentally. ert F. Kennedy announced the al.
Robinson to
that was trying per gun
shortly: after the killing and haibeett
charged with sSc6nd degree

murder Robinson Has since, beettreleased

6n $ ,600 bond pending in Dade CanalAn I

;: ,Ute Inquest.At the Itiquest i. Robirison will //l-Year-Old: Youth Drowns

qo represented ,by Atty. rferiry Cain pulled the boy out of the while a neighbor called police.
Carr, .while Assistant Atty. R6y ii-year-ojd S9utb' Dude He could not iwim.older brother, water and up the 12-foot bank, ]I I The child wa already dead. I
12, his
Lee Jones will represent the boy juniped from the bank of a Alfonso, I
state.: newly dug section of Black couldn't: swim, but ran to a

Detective Charles Parker of the. Creek, Canal t toward a rowboat, group of older boys, screaming,
Homicide Bureau of the Miami missed It and fell Into the deepwater "my brother- jumped into the
Police Dept. who investigated and drowned .last fiattir water." North Dade Boy Wins

the case said Mrs. Robinson was, day Benjamin Cain, 17, took off I

shot in the forehead by Robin Larry Williams, son of Arthur his shoes and dived into the
eon about 12;15 that morningduring Williams, a construction workerof canal twice. "The Ant time I

a heated surrendered argument.to police 11775 SW 213th at, Goulds, went down I didn't find him," Silver Knight Award
Robinson
was the victim. he aald.If It was no short way
after being advised to do so. He !
down. My head felt like it was
S. Government
was held in city jail for fire A sign reading' no, "U.playing, no going to burst. Then I went Robert A. Johnson, 18-year* Ethel Smith, mother of nine.,
days on an open charge of mur Property; did down again and found him lay old editor of ,the ,North Dade .. "" "
swimming: no trespassing" has "done brilliant Job)
He a'
der. Dond was set and Robinson .won the coveted
bottom. Monocle,
the
t was released not mean 'anything: to the boy ing on High Miami Herald's Silver Knight' with his school newspaper, maklt -
i of the finest acholastla
one
Journalism category -
Award in the
publications in Florida and win-
Dade
Thursday night at
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of many awards for excellence.
County Auditorium.

Nominees from this area' five
Ernest Hart of Carver .was a
schools included:
runner-up in Athletics

we1! wishers Washington: Naomi Johnson?
than2,500
More Bloneva Moreland, Harry Harper.
schools of Dade
the high
from hand to hear Inos Fisher, Winston Gray, Barbara
County were on
flush, Gay Ferguson and
famed cartoonist Al Capp urge
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Robert Smith.Northwestern
his audience to forget prejudices

: Vaughn Price,
Johnson, of 15815 Bunche
Park E. Drive, Is the son of Mr*. \ (continued on page 4) 4




Former Miamian ; I





I- :- ___ Writes Book on Laborsecretarytreasurer

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'I "For his devotion to the task institute of 'Social Science.
of creating brighter paths and I Mr Hanna Is a graduate! of

loftier goals In the field of labor 'rus'ceee' Institute, Talladega
1 and human relations," Hilton College and University of Wisconsin
E. Hanna, executive 'assistant I' and hold the B. A. and
to the Amal amated's International M A. degreesHe ..
Meat Cutters and is a former instructor in

j Butcher Workmen, president and Economics and Labor Problems
was given the In the University of Wisconsin.
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the organization with OX 1-S851., Anyone Interested In Brotherhood Award recently at He has widely travelled on good
More than 40 community- lupportlng memberships and pledgedto helping the NAACP in its memo the annual brotherhood dinnerof will mission to Europe, West
minded citizens attended the first ,active stand and be counted along bership drive can call either of the Chicago Conference for Africa and Latin America on
meeting of the 1981 membership up fighters who these numbers for farther Infer Brotherhood Inc. tours jointly sponsored by the
freedom
the
drive of the Miami NAACP and with outatandlag International Educational Es-
matlon. ten
He among
was
pledged their help in the citywide are getting the Job done. personalities Including Dr change program of the United

goa:' for 5,000 members. During the drive two office The telephone campaign was Martin Luther King who are States State Department and the

convinced that NAACP will be open from nine a.m. to cot as successful a* anticipated actively engaged in the dally International Union the Amal
is All one are of the most potent weapons nine p.m. dally. These offices are Jue to a shortage of manpower.Father practice of civil rights and who gmated Meat Cutters and Butcher -

in the arsenal of democracy at 809 NW 3rd ave., FR 4-5631, Theodore Gibson, local were honored by the conference Workmen.
III 4-6351. He was born at Matthew Town,
Grand ave., Brotherhood.Mr.
3670
of and for
fled!
and has pioneered in the the distinction of
president, had Hanna is co-author with Fnagua, Bahamas, and migrated
civil rights more so America.than. any Mr. John II. Darkley; division being the keynote speaker at the Joseph Belsky of "Picket And lived
other organization in leader In the Brownsville area, Detroit book recently
ilckoff dinner for the The Pen, a 416-page
;'The group admitted that Miami will coordinate his program from .jrancb. published by the American late Rev, and Mrs. Jacob Roker.
52nd st.
at 3096 NW
home
had not been doing its share in his




I Atlanta Halts TrialsATLANTA of 84 Sitinsmediately I



Atlanta Chamber of ,Commerce:
businessmen were a for trial of the delayed .
Trials of 84 Negro ford granted the postponements menu by decision. prosecutions. Joseph Ross, president of David4on
their
sit-In demonstrators have the day before the ..cl&eduledtrial major factor John In I. Kelley said The request for the postponement .Paxton's: Robert Wood, ut-
indefinitely In of 26 of the demonstrators. Solicitor given to understand was formally brought by torney for Sears-Roebuck; Cecil
postponed had been
been be
the wake of pleas for racial harmony The otter cases were to have there would be no repetition D. L. Ho'Jowell.' an attorney, 3emple, vice president of Rich's
and Negroes been beard in May. Ins that who has been active In a numberof ,
by white person behalf of of a wave of sit- Inc.; and H. D. Thompson pub-
in the life of the Druce announced on for months. desegregation cases. ofWoohrortb'
active Wofford the action nlagued the city lie relations representative
himself and sit-ins take The motion was supported by
e1ty. being taken to "serve the However, if new of the ,.
Charles" Fulton Bruce Criminal and Court Charles Judges Wof was cause of justice." Be said state- place, be said be will more I'u- Inn Allen Jr., president






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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Theological Seminar Richmond HeightsDemonstration Sweetheart of R$i@A


PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1961 ToMeetmWPBThe Club Club W ts hip

4 J. T. Brown Theological In Observance of National
& j i&S&&ZS TheClub, Sweelhel i t qtdoe Cfi icat.
Seminar will convene at West Home Demdnstration WeOk> worshit iied Mi. Ca1 I }yBaptist
pam: Beach at Antioch Baptist April 30 tht ugh May 0 the Church Sunday ,AliffL 18 '
ALONG FItEDOlsItoAD Church, Spruce aVe, tttv J. Richmond Heights Home *D>monstratloft Rev. Thomas, pastor, wail 8l3-
1 through Club will hold 'Qp n
Parson, pastor, May quent ,Ih his sermon and $el:
__ By RUTH PERRY -- --- 26. HOuse .1 the Honie Petdonstratlon ,- corned the ten; ,. members of the
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; All minlft'ers' ', licensed breach- office, 10990 SW Cdta ova a
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"e- workers particularly Drive, during the e'ritlre r'L'
,
era and lay president and Mm'. Marie Pfice,
the Miami branch pools in the Miami area have deacons ahd missionary wdrk- week. secretary. The club hay for Iti,
Whenever
: its annual MembershipDrive been desegregated. This is a ers from the Seaboard And Fldr-- The public is invited\ to ,come, civic efforts In the. Mlami -*
holds It always reminds me of great deal, but the end Is not Ida East Coast AsoId t1ons are in and visit during: .0 Moon house )purpose area and'to help the. needyon
,
to refuelled to attend each school 8:30 a.m. to 1,2 and
'conditions In the Miami area yet in sight. It takes money from Thanksgiving and Christmas.
when I first moved down here, accomplish: the goals of the dayMinisters: from 1 to ,,5 p.m. Canned,! foods, News of this club will be pUb-
and then, too, I begin to think NAACP, Just as It takes members : and Christian\ workers ceramic pieces, bowers and garments lished in the Miami Times from
''of conditions Just prior to my to give their\ time and energy frdm' other religious, gnus wade by the members time to tlnu Marie Price LET pres
to contrast and talents to make free are welcome to attend. A small ampng ..oth:r home making projects ident.
and start
:arrival today. dom by 1963 a reality.It fAa will 1 be- fcha'reed' vo\L'\ ,. socome will be displayed.
them with conditions you are not already 'a member dne, coin Refreshments will be served ,#" #'# ,,&" .." '# #.'.

COURAGE MAKES CHANGE of the NAACP, sUn\ tip\ during Rev. P. W. Wiliants Is president from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, Meet Your Friends At
the current Memibershlp ; Rev F. D. Kitchen secretary. Mav 2.Mrs. .
I am told that It was not too Drive. You do not have to wall Geather Chanye, presN*
long before I came to Miami to until someone approaches.. you), dent; Mrs. Rosemary Stringer, LITTLE CAL'S
live that voting was not the easy car' or drop In at the NAACP Mrs. Coleman reporter; Miss Victoria Simpson,
thing It b today: I understandalso office, 809 NW :3rd ave We do home demonstration agent. 2955, N., W. 54th St.
that the Ku Klux Klan not deserve to be free unless we ,.
marched around the city In or are willing 15 th htor It, with EntertainedLast Alpha Phi Alpha o
der to Intimidate prospective Negro our money, our time and our Cold Beer and Wine
voters In the not too dlsta.nl memberships. You cannot put Friday, Mrs., Ann Cole- Obeserves !
past, In view of present conditions your money to better use than man entertained a few friends Hot Sandwiches
In Miami, this almost by taking out a membership in at Virginia Beach in honor of Education 'Week
seems like a dream, but It was the NAACP. You will then not I I Mis Lenora Prechett and Mrs. HAROLD YOUNGBLOOD, Prop.

true nevertheless. The Important only be protecting your civil June Rodgers .of New York City. Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of ll"'III" " '##'
thing for us to remember Is rights and insuring the future I Those invited were Mesdames Alpha Phi Alpha\ Fraternity In
that conditions are much better of your 'children, ,but strength. ; Ruth Arthur, Lillian Balllou, observance of Education Wee't
now. And at the same time, we ening democracy throughout all Henrietta Lindsey, Henry L. urces all: high srhool} studentsto New, Instant RELIEF
must think for a moment why of America. McDowell, Nancy Pate and Ma- complete their high school! ed- for TIRED;ACHING &ACKS$
.
conditions have Improved.It mie Thompson urntlon and if anyway possible
would not be true to Bay Urban League Mrs. Yrechett Is in the public go to college. In conjunction -
that the NAACP has' been re- II school system of flew York and with this our chapter $595
Rponslb'e for all the change for Receives "Get Out i? a school male of the Rev. awards a scholarship to the moat I .
the better In the Miami area. McDowell, pastor of the Churchof deserving hlr-h school grartimfv
There have been through the The Vote" AwardThe Che Open Door: Mrs Rodgers This scholarship will be awarded I BACK-EASER*
years, manv pubUc-splrlted and 'is an executive of Western in June.

c1vic-minded people both White National Urban League Union Telegraph Co. They were On Channel 2 this past week' hulking .I lu 'Ilk* It for firm nmfoHiM I:1
and Negro, who did much to received an "outstanding citizen.ship" oyally entertained while in Miami announcement were made in re- '-.trtlll,e tupportl DciUnctl I by :
make better race relations here. award from the American Including a eaborate! din- ard to our educational move Lilt.urete.l. by dortori.lupport N. flllUg nmiudcturtrtiriicrluad rtqulrtit.
In the past this took courage, Heritage Foundation for work in ner iby! Mrs. Nancy Pate of Detroit ment. ThK ton, 19a first for Un'.ls MV* froi.tj IAMI.II 10(1.bad tam muielt rubber ttek Knclrcttitg pod.
for the climate here was not as petting citizens to exercise their and MiamI Alpha Education todiv Is Mke 41!! trrcvt. Imlilblt.ert firm under I Hclil rm elolhlnt.Kvr utpport.Vsihibli. ..
mild and toerant: as It Is today. franchise during the 1960 elec rs. Coleman's liouso guests n po'.d'er: that goes into battle ir..n. owncn. Loop luffrdim wrdcr
Rut In all honesty' we must give tions. ear.lerwere Mrs. E. V. Thousand with proper weapon. So arm row toeS.-,I net four M re.r UACK-EABClt
our unstinted praise and respectto of Philadelphia Mrs. Mae yourself to meet the challenges
the NAACP In Miami for The award was presented to Mae McFall and Mrs. A. L. that are ever present In our 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami Fl*.
much of the really great and the 'league by David Sarnoff: Spencer of Chicago. I world of today. HARLEM DRUG CO.
spectacular progress In the stat- foundation. chairman. Mr. Sar'
us of the Negro In this area. And noff Is chairman of, the Radio -:. =- r- "i-- -
Corporation of America. John C.,
courage was one of the outstanding ,
characteristics of the mem Cornelius is president of the
bers of this association who had foundation. NORTHWESTERN ADULT EDUCATION
determined that to be really Nelson C. Jackson, League Assoclate .
free was the most Important director organized thn
thing of all. Register and Vote Campaign
which was carried on by the Interracial CENTER
AN HONOR organization Through I

H has always seemed to me to League efforts several national i 7007 N.W. 12th Avenue
to groups ,participated and asa result
b? a singular honor to belong I
the NAACP, and especially In significant gala, were madeIn Miami 50, Florida
Philadelphia and New Or I
be'ong-
the south where the mere '
has leans. In the latter city more PL 4-5491
Sng to this organization pre- I
'rented many and varied probe than 1,000 persons were regis-
10ms and situations. On the other tered over a one month period ANNOUNCES ADULT EDUCATIONS CLASSES FOR TIlE SUMMER TERM 1061
hand T }have never looked withanything with League cooperation. .
but understanding upon The National Urban League Registration Monday Through Friday

those people of both races who has cooperated with the American Between 2:00 and 10:00: p.m.

have felt (and ,who still do) Heritage Foundation for
that It I In dangerous thing to several years in Its campaign to HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULE: w
'.nowlpdg'e pu'bMclv'' that one ncrease cltlzenalilp participationin
p""
I Ice' a member of the NAACP. Fr. scores of communities. All classes meet from 7:00 till 10:00 p.m.

Theodore Gibson shares this understanding English MW ((8 sections) American History MTWT
too, and he has al
English TT sections American Government MTWT
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rt'adv t"'t"n fc'" stand regarding OPA LOCKA
membership lists' Math (D8) MTWT Band MW

However, there Is another side i !Math MTWT ... Pre-Eigh School MTWT
HEALTH CLUB
to this question. I remember an Science MW Bookkeeping TT
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old quotation "Nothing ven-
tured, nothing gained' ," and this ......., I' Science TT Typing ))2 sections) MTWT

applies! to membership In the
NAACP as it does to many other Registration fee of $2.00 is payable At the time of registration.

things; If we do not feel strongly Counseling service is available Monday through Thursday eveningsAn
enough/; about a thing, how
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can we expect our hopes and Adult High School Diploma is awarded on the basis of 10 units of credit
dreams to come true it we do
Excellent facilities available
library are
not actively participate In help-
Ing to make them become real? .'
It very often not only takes h't
time and energy, but also: real ADULT TRADE TRAINING PROGRAM I

courage and determination tomake NORTHWESTERN CENTER
things( come true, and this

can also be said about freedom I Classes offered on a full-time basis, 3:00 or 3:30 to 10:00 p.m.
and tlrst-class citizenship for .
Negroet. There Is no questionbut Automobile Mechanics MTWTF Radio-TV Service MTWTF
that these gotl could be realized ; MTWFT

much sooner If more No- -_. ....-..-- ".- ---... -, -t; 5' I Tailoring
: l'art.tlme classes: ((7:00 10:00: )
*roes determln| to make them Candidates for "Mr. Physical p.m.
realities. Fitness" Contest, 8 p.m. Saturday Architectural Drafting MTWTF Cabinet Making and Millwork MTIVTF

MUCH HUT NOT ENOUGH April 29 at Carpenters Dry Cleaning MTWTF Power Machine Operation MAV
Union Hall, 2939 NW 46th st.
During the last few years, To qualify: Pose military -
much has been accomplished: press, snatch, clean and jerk
by the NAACP In this area.\' bench prass. Deadline for all MAYS ADULT EDUCATION CENTERThese I
Integration has entries Is Thursday, April 27.
School. started
three classes run from 7:00: till 10:00 p.m. daily:
slowly, to be sure, but started. To enter see Zeak the muscle
Public transportation has been builder, at 1996 NW 162nd at. Automobile Mechanics Tailoring Cabinet Making and Millwork !
desegregated. And just within or call MU 13667. The public
the past few days, all public la Invited. . A29 Entrance!: Requirements and Costs, both centers-Any person who is 18 years of I

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 testa to determine reading and mathematics proficiency.In S

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addition to the registration fee of '2.00; there is a monthly shop fee of $5.00or

( full-time classes; of $2.50: for part-time.


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ELABORATE THE MIAMI TIMES -.MIAMI. FLORIDA "

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M ELKS' 500 TEA" this event. We are marching. If COPS GRAB \'.
OU you. don't have your tickets for
.
ARCHIE ,By Dt. Wllhelnietita> Johnson the tea contact Dt. Sarah Smal- SEALEY AGAIN
ley who Is chairman of ticket
Dt. Pinkie Lowe presided over ales.Pythians. .
FINDER! OX"MIAMI her committee for the Daughter Miami Police caught William
Elks' 500 Tea which will be P. Sealey: known as AI Capone '
held to Hold one more time on Tuesday. ..
on Sunday, May 14, Mothers' -
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Twenty-year-old Sealey, who
Day, In the swanky Fiesta
ALUMNAE Chapter of Williams, manager Is offering Room of the Mary Elizabeth Grand LodgeThe never
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority's rooms at $10 a week and up. hotel. Quite an elaborate pro ;
Debutante Cotillion is Friday, gram will be presented at this public Is invited to attend i armed robbery of the Ideal Liquor -
)fay 5 at Municipal Auditorium. BIRTHDAYS: May 1. Juanita tea, and tickets are being: sold the 72nd Annual Grand Lodge : Store, 173 NW 11th St. off '..
Prof. Charles Williams' retirement Patton Sheila Clark, Hazel L. at a rapid speed. Session to be held on May 14 to some $200. ,
to receive recognitionof Grant, Edith W. Washington, Airs. Bessie Harrison, well 17. He was freed last month of ..; 4
appreciation Friday evening. May 2, "Yours Truly" and Brenda known daughter Elk of Columbia Included on the calendar of charges of assault with Intent .. "
A Celebration Climaxing Pro Joyce Johnson, 3rd; Edith Temple, Washington, D. C., has events are: Sunday night May to commit murder because the ti 1
gram to. honor the principal on Grant, Rona'd Adslde, Fletcher applied: for reinstatement In 14, Memorial Service at 7.30. girl he allegedly shot had dis ',
his 19 years at the helm of Paschal 4; Diane Finney, Mattie Greater Miami Temple. Mrs. St. Paul AME Church, Rev. T. appeared. 1
BTW High that evening in the Houston 5; Rosetta VIckers, Harrison Is a young woman and C. Kelly pastor. I George Bentley, 18, who lived' .
auditorium. Eric S. Shirley 6; Gay Ferguson Is an active member In Mt. Monday, May 15, parade at 6 at Sealey's address, 227 NW ,1
Maggie Gibson 7: Alfred Shepp, Zion Baptist Church. ".m. In Coconut Grove. Also that 8th at., was also arrested and ,1
THE OM RUAS' annual Boat Caroline Ward 8; Evelyn Grig- The worship service was one night Pythias and Calanthe charged with the armed robbery ';
Cruise wt'l get underway May len, Samuel Marowe; and Vic that the Daughter! Elks will al. Grand Ball at Club 77 in Coco- on Tuesday. ',
12 at 8:30: pee em. You will be toria Hlggs; 9 Rosa Gaston, ways remember which was held nut Grove at 9:30: p.m. Atty. David Goodhart, who
surprised the good time you can Gloria Williams, Hattie Brace, '!ast Sunday morning at St. Paul Tuesday, May 16, oratorical defended Sealey successfully In
enjoy oh a boat ride up and Henry McKinney, Dora ,Mae Anderson II AME Church. Rev. W. F. -Tanner content and Queen Review at St. the past, had "nothing" to say I
down the bay on a moonlit ; 10, Matilda Johnson, of St. Mary's Baptist James Baptist Church J, W. on the charge Tuesday. ;
balmy night (Sport cruise wear) Eugenia Smith, Neokoa 'Fisher; Church In Coconut Grove, went Watson, pastor.Wednesday .
is the appropriate tog. Plenty of 11, Christine Knowles, Percy ahead to feed the worshippers.A May 17, closed
everything 'bo Evans, 12, Bessie Dennis; 14 session. \
rd ship with three donation was presented to the
hours of fUn and frolic and, yea, Dorothy Evans, Mary Lou Nixon; church from the group and Dt. Notary Walter L. Belle, Richmond MIAMI TIMES ADS 1
hully gullying The Poltler'a 15, J. C. Buckner Roger Pas Ruler Ellen Taylor was eloquent. Heights is grand Mogul. DON'T COST THEY PAY ':
chal, Ann Johnson, Howard 'jl
Day Kindergarten May Day Festival In representing them.In .
Is May 26.NORT1L Coachman. .1J
our last column, we forgotto
\\" TEnN'S Senior announce that Dt. Evelyn ,
Class: play will be good for May, 1961 TEN BEST Robinson and Sybil BoggLs was ."lr 1.. [, ".1 a :op
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especia'ly' since It's bearing the I seen in Ft. Lauderdae: duringthe ,::. ,
tag "The Rainmaker." The DRESSED WOMEN Elks convention. Dt. MyrtleDavis' ...... d.ScJ I
shower is s'ated for May 29 report was certainly one ," I' .'x*,:
Miami's most popular E. Lois AND QUEEN TO I of the highlights of the convention y { t
Forman. (sweetheart of the King t .
0' Hearts) opened at the Fiesta BE PRESENTEDThe I Dt. Bertha Lewis is confined to .1
last weekend Louise Orlffin, her bed suffering from virus Infection 1
the sweet voiced In.c. for her Saints Ann-Margaret Chap Daughters are request.
ed to visit her and send a 'get ; t
popu'ar spiritual program on ter of the Episcopal Church
WMBM is handling bookings for women of the Incarnation Is well card. Dt, Lewis Is among "('
Miss For man Joyce Enos' iponsorinp their third annual the crowd who stays up and on ... $
four week' vacationing stint on Fashion Show presenting MI- the go, has no record for habitual >
her native soil was enjoyed. In ami's 1961 Ten Best Dressed I'lness, It's great when one t yl 1
Nassau her exotic dancing at Women and Queen on Friday can keep up. Address Dt Lewisto ,
Cub: Zanzibar, the Cat 'N' May 12 at the Hampton House 720 NW 4th ave.
Fiddle and various other popu Villa Pool patio, NW 27th ave., Dt. Deputy, says that she will
lar nlte spots, achieved great 8:30: p.m. Tickets are now on put in effect every order givenby
recognition. sale. Their fashion show theme the grand exalted ruler and
Is: 'Waltz Time Is Fashion try to build Elkdom in her district
THE HKV. 11 111' lam E. Taylor Time. Mrs. Shirley: Pyf rom will within her own temple
(she Ora D. Taylor, Queen Real: be the featured model. She is an first. She is appealing to all: wo
ty Broker of Southern Dad e) outstanding mode I In this area. men of good character under 55 ,t we
celebrated their 16th anniversary for their membership. She further ;M ttr gr
last Sunday. The affair was Mrs. Evelyn Tynes, owner .of states that she will see
high'y celebrated in West Palm the School of Charm, \is the director that no daughter who was oncea ,;;;.i
Beach where Rev. Taylor Is pas of the show member and is now past the
age of 65 reinstate if unconstitutional.
torlng Congrats to brother
Mrs. Joycelyn Burroughs {
Watch It daughtersand
member of the ink and Industry
press 1959-60 Queen will crown the keep
John H. Davis, who was 1961 queen at the climax of the This week up. the temple salutes
ordained deacon last Sunday. Ten Best Dressed Women
pre. Dt. Pln'cie Lowe as chairman of
Johnny is prop of the Davis sentation. This affair will climax the'
500 Tea and Dt. Marie
Printery Ditto to Denny with a'dance tit 2 A.m. Tickets: White for accepting the largest
O'Derry of Magic City Driving
tdults $1.50. Mrs Elisha S. number- of tickets to be Bold for
School who was also ordained I Clarke Jr., chapter chairman.
last Sunday, both at Mt. Sinai
Baptist James Lewis (a Key TV NOT WORKING? *.
Wester) was in town over the J; 'A
NEW! DIFFERENT!
weekend. Sorry I was not at the If you live In Liberty City or
wheels when he visited the plant Brownsville we will repair your
here. TV on credit. Pay weekly Free
estimate. Call OX 19426. Indf
THE 'LINKS Inc. will pre
sent our talented youth Saturday In Fine Whiskey
.
May 27 at their annual:
EXPERT WATCH AND
Spring Tea at Northwesternaudit
The Dt. Elks will CLOCK REPAIRS FLEISCHMANN'Sis
throw their fabulous 500 Tea Andrews' Jewelers
Sunday May .14.

TUB RKCRNT'CHANGE of 303 All work N.W.guaranteed 2nd Ave. Hampton HouseAND the BIG buy I

the Imperial Hotel l at 50 NW 40 Year In Business VILLAS ...r.-- fiIaCiAIi;
8th St. will be the closest yet to PR 3-0152

160 downtown-room Miami hotel with ThU beautiful Clarence I 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. I gO PROOFBLENDED I why I


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PLAN YOUR SUMMER VACATION AIR WHISKEY 90 PROOF 6E% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
THE PLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK CITY
I WITH US AND LET'S VISIT CONDITIONEDTake I


South America ANNIVERSARY ANDLET'S

the family atHAMPTON to dinner GET ACQUAINTED SALE


FUN FILLED DAYS AND NIGHTS HOUSERESTAURANT TRANSISTOR RADIOS, TVS, RADIOS, RECORD

21 Visiting: Rio De Janeiro, Sao Paulo 21 PLAYERS, ANTENNAS, TUBES FOR RADIOS

Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Food Prepared by AND TVS, TUBES TESTED FREE.
Lima
etc.
o Chef Martin Crue WE REPAIR TVS, RADIOS AND CAR RADIOS

GO NOW! PAY LATER Formerly with ALL OUR SALES AND REPAIRS GUARANTEEDWhen

Arthur Wilde on the Beach
Round Trip $645.00Includes sick you go to a doctor-When you need

Air Transportation, Hotel Accommodations Sight. food go to food stores When you need tubes, pat

seeing' Transfers to Hotels and Airports Taxea, TIps and USE HAMPTON HOUSE ronize a TV store The price is the same end

Continental Breakfasts. Convention Hall cheaper in the long run.

DEPARTURES EVERY TUESDAY

Miami International Airport 3:00 p.m. For Banquets, Meetings Home Service Calls $1.50

BOOK YOUR PASSAGE NOW Conventions Know Your TV Man and Save Money

WRITE, CALL OR PHONENorth's Large parking area JOE SCOTT

t Travel Bureau 4200 N.W. 27th Avenue AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO.

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APRIL 29 1961Main H.a..tII Bethlehem, Pa., will be. the guest hour. Under the new laVr it wilt
4 SATURDAY speaker; .. be |1.15 to 1,26 or $ISO fdr, ft.5-'
JUST BROWSIN' .. day week Your es will be..f 1,50,

The' passing o.{ ,the minimum take home pay, $48.10fJ.'. ,to.. -:'"
HENRY
By PAUL i wage bill will be; quite a help to. I,',
a ." ""H. n folk In the lower ,wage bracket.. :
Magistrate Maxwell Thompsonof The present, law'' Is 'one dollar an North Dade Win .

Nassau spent three days In MIami -
this week on a business Silver Knight: Award
Office at 0740,N.W.. 15th AvenUe-Phone OX 1-O421 trip. While here he was the YM\tEADS-: ,
Branch at 1113 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, ,Florida -Phone FR 8228G guest of Atty. O.., E. Gravea. (continued from ,l\ge.J, ,)
SUMMER 11
I Dr. J., L. Baaa, prominent rest Robert Hardy, Marin Patterson,
II. E. SIG1SMUND REEVES, Editor and.PubUsllet"Garth ,
dent of Ft. Lauderdale, has PROGRAM Mildred Jon Ell?, 'Marsha""Mclver,
C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager been elected as chairman of the Regina Jolllvette und Langston

.-.-.- Broward County TB, Association.. McKinney.
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1097, at the Post Officeat He is to 'be inducted' on Monday Y, ; MN a. W. Carver: Richard ,Davis.'
Miami, Florida under the act of March 8, 1870 night.
: North Dade: Franklin 'McCart
SUBSCRIPTION, RATES Maurice Sorrel of the' Baltimore ney, Kenneth Sims, Roland Benson -
OXE YEAH $4.50-SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.10 Afro-American, has been y3 a i q"ll and Yvonne Spotford., '
admitted to membership in the \ '
White House Photographer', As Mays: Margaret Singleton, 'Leon,
THE' DCT'S sociation. Sorrell! Is the first'Negro Major and Annie Clements.
to join that group.A .
On Wednesday 'evening Ye Editor attended the annual
Employer-4Ernployee/ banquet of the Diversified Co prisoner escaped from ,the AnnouncementSPONSOR
operative, Clubs of our five high schools. It was held in new five million dollar jail on "ll
Monday evening but 'was at liberty vx TAG DAY ,
the cafeteria of the Douglas Elementary School, Mrs. I only. 12 hours., He, was .a ,. .. ",
Charlotte Clark, principal. trustee and was'..carrying garbage The Crusaders will sponsor a,
The DCT's program is a plan for training.junior, i '' from ,the kitchen' when, he :ilty-wlde tag day on May 27 All',
:
I the will
in Miami
escaped* over a 15 f t. rw l1. persons 'area
senior students from our high schools in occupations by ,be called upon to buy a*tag* and"
utilizing the community's business and industrial estab-: Civil Defense ,authorities continue help the NAACP.
iishments as training agencies. This is done by dividing to: oak cooperation' In the, :...
school day into four hours, of study in school and four nation-Wide tests to take place'on
April 28. You might not havean ; .
'
of work in the student's chosen avocation. t:
sours air raid shelter, they are not FOR SALE
Each school has a coordinator whose job it is to very common, but you 'can helpIn i.:" ;/
make contacts with employers and place students. ( other ways. .'
Schools participating are : Booker T. Washigton, I Follow instructions given on This summer could really: be Beautiful 2BedroomCBS

Charles L. Williams, principal; Eddie Bunyan Jr., coordi radio and In the press. exciting for your boys and girls I'
enrolled in the'
Dept. It they are
nator. 'The'; has asked George, Washington. Carver
George Washington Carver, Anthony Gardiner, Federal 'Judge Lewis of Richmond Branch, YMCA. Summer program WITH FLORIDA ROOM '
Va., to force the opening according to Mrs. Susan F. Harris .
:principal George Williams, coordinator r
; bf the public schools which have 3130 N.W. 59th St.
chairman of the Camp Com I
Francis
North Dade, Charles Wyche, principal ; Daniel been closed for two years deny. mittee. I

,<( coordinator. .. ,ing Negroes oportunity of The, program Includes several 'Like new, modern in every
'
Arthur and Polly Mays,. James Simmons principal',.. attending school. Prince Edward' periods with two types of camps ',wa)"'. Electric stove and refrigerator
schools rather
County'elos d its
Day which begins June 12
'C. S. Culver coordinator. .
than integrate and opened private and 'ends August 4 for boys and hardwood floors,
Northwestern, Samuel Cohen, principal ; David Simmons 'schoos: largely supportedby girls, and Residence, at L a k e ,tile roof, storm awnings
coordinator. public funds. Placid, August 26 through Sept. See this home Sunday from
The welcome address was made by Betty' Andersonof Atty. General Kennedy wants 1.
12 to 5130. down
$490 $80
something done about it, so he
Carver; invocation by Sarah Woodside of Washington SCHOLARSHIP NEEDED
month. Total
has filed a suit in the' Court. price $11,000.
occasion, Eulie West, 11aystribute; to employers by Mrs. Harris, who is a major in
North Dade introduction I 1 and the Air Force Reserves, pointed
; of'speakerJanet Calloway, Clergy delegates are pre .
out that
today "community organizations *
Northwestern. The speaker ,Garth C. Reeves was 'paring to attend the 39th convention
'prac- are needed tJ help '
of the Episcopal ChurchIn Want to Rent? "
tical and interesting. supplement the camp program
the Diocese of South Florida
Certificates were presented top students from opening in the Cathedral City of take enabling advantage needy boys of and wholesome girls tu Call ual! .

each of the schools by Prof. Charles Williams.The Orlando on Tuesday, May 2. The camp experiences. The various
program was creditably rendered. Ye Editor Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttia D.D., civic and social groups will be .

congratulates all participants and hopes that it will ,fur- side.bishop The of opening the Diocese service will will pre be contributions asked this week towards to make:the their summer We can finance your auto;

ther encourage employees and employers to continue sup held In the Municipal 'auditorium program. mobile liability insurance

porting the program, also that more and bigger oppor 8 p.m. on Tuesday. The Other members of the committee on easy monthly payments:
tunities will be opened to ACTers.ALGERIAN i bishop will deliver his annual 'are: Mrs. M. Athalie Range,
address at this meeting. Mrs.. Ina Blackshear, Atty. H. H.
The annual banquet will behold Arrington, Oscar W. Weaver Goodman's Real
SURRENDERThis at 'the Cherry Plaza Hotel Jr., George W. Kilpatrick Jet- :
the Rt. Rev. Frederick John ford G. Smith and Clifford: lien-
week ,Algerians on the warpath threatened Warnecke, D. D., bishop of derson. Estate & Insurance
France with an invasion. Premier' de Gaulle got ready,

brought out tanks I and armored cars in Paris and had .
2688
his airforce on the alert to shoot down any plane'from Algeria STATE GETS $10,000,000The N.W. 62nd St. fo

on sight.President'. state of Florida will be handed $10 million OX 10380vmm

de Gaulle placed an economic blockade oh dollars on a platter, so to speak, as soon as Governor
Algeria. Four insurgent generals promised to fight to the Farris Bryant signs a bill passed by the House on Wed.

finish, but found out that the task was too tough for them nesday. These funds are abandoned bank accounts, insurance

and they surrendered. The revolt has been crushed with dividends, etc., and such funds. There will also be

out a blow and de Gaulle is still the strong ruler of $200,000 a year in interest thereafter. t ,

France.In. The funds will be used for aiding',the etate's. college
our next door neighbor, Cuba, Fidel Castro has program. Y- -*

smashed the invasion, taking and destroying materialand

: hundreds of the revolutionists and many civilians

have been arrested as suspects. ,Reports are that Cuba is

(In an United awful States.state, ,but Castro keeps' boasting and cussingthe Set These 'BUmifUl, HOMES SundayOPEN 1935 N.W. 49th St.


There is a lot of chatter:going on fci,this,country, in 2 to 6 PAM $795 Down $71 Mo.
and out of the press. Perhaps too much;'' but that is our
This won't last. Strike while the iron is hot. Pick No closing costs
boast, freedom of speech, so why not. It might not be a
this one up for only $8,500, $300 down, $57.20 Custom built bedroom
bad idea, this expression of opinion. furnished. 1253 NW
monthly. Completely 52nd St. CBS
carport, screened
Conditions in this old world are in a hobble. Those

who would do the right, and leave the decision to, the Al- First time offered. If you are particular see this porch, tile roof, oak floor.

mighty, will in the end triumph. t first. Only $350 down, $75 per month pays all. New- Total price only $10,900. I

ly painted CBS. Hardwood floors carport. 1370 NW ...;....41

KELSEY PHARR JR., BURIEDThe 51st Terrace. 919 N.W. 47th St. I>lit

funeral of Kelsey Pharr Jr. held at Bethel
Best buy today. Completely furnished CBS. Only No closing costs i
AME
Church on Wednesday afternoon was largely at-
tended. In the absence from the city of the Rev. S. A. $495 down payment, one mortgage $67 per month. $395 Down $73 Mo.
Move right in. 1351 NW 52nd St.
Cousin, pastor, the assistant pastor, the Rev. Fred Hicks, Large 2-bedroom CBS wits

assisted by the Rev. H. C. McDowell of the Church of the Near Manor Park Pool. Highly desirable location. beautiful Florida room plus

Open Door, officiated. This is a must. See it now, owner going north. Must screened porch, tile roof:
Accompanying the body from Honolulp, was afriend be sold. Completely furnished CBS. 'Hardwood oak floors, 1 FHA mortgage
of Kelsey, James Luctette of New York City, who !
floors
one mortgage. FHA terms. Call now to see. 110. ___.
had been with him during his illness., .
Relatives attending the funeral were : Mrs. Mabel CBS MODERN DUPLEXES 807 N.W. 51st St. .

Pharr, New York City; A. R. Kelsey, Salisbury, N.C.; 2 beautiful CBS duplex buildings on 2 lots. Only 2 No closing costs *

Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Scott, Washington, D.C.; Professor years old, looks like new. Completely furnished and $595 Dn. Furnished
M. Pharr Pinehurst N.C. Friends out of town
Otto from
,
fully equipped. If you want. the best, this is it. Low $75 month, large 2-bedroom
Included Mrs. Freda DeKnlght, New York City ; Mrs. price and good terms.Action CBS
Frances Crawford, New York City ; Mr. Andrew, New with Florida room, oak

York City, Mrs. Muriel Gaines, London, and Mrs. Clarita floors, carporte. Total priceonly .
$10,595.CASH '
Toote, Nassau.

The numerous floral and other tributes from in and Realty Inc.PL .. .-

out of the country are evidence of the high respect in FOR YOUR LOT

which, the Pharrs are held. 7-4544 253 NW 79th St. TU 7-1536
PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th St.'PAGE .
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THE MIAMI 1'MES MIAMI, FLORIDA .',

SATURDAY APRIL 29, '1961.. PAGE 5



.,: 'JUNIOR COLLEGE I, David>:'H. DobbsV; admlnlstratlve '
dean, welcomed many visl-j
IN CONVOCATONThe tors and guests attendance.. I
The benediction was given by ''I
Dade County {unor College Father, E., S. Clarke Jr., vicar of
f Northwestern '.(Center:: held the Church of the Incarnation. !
in Inspiring and interesting con I
vocation program on'''April 19 to 'Insurance Collector' ,
Install the first officers Of the
Student Government, Edwin M.
Thorpe, director of; ...admissions Gets 10 Years
and records at Florida, A&M
University was gufMp\ >jU,>eaker. The leader of .a band of rob
Mr. Thorpe was Introduced by bers who preyed on insurance
Dean Charles H. Walker dean of collectors has been sentenced to
: students. The peaker .aDak,)' on 10 years In prison bv Criminal
"Student Government In the Court Judge Jack A. Falk.
; __ Junior College." Three victims said Morris

Dean Walker Installed the of Wesley Lee, 18, of 2535 NW
titers by having each officer repeat 160th St., called himself tho
the P.edge of Service; af Insurance collector" and approached -
ter which he presented Harry Mc- them with a "How did
Cartney, president- elect of the you do today, Daddy-0."
Student Government, who delivered Judge Falk!! suspended five-
a dynamic and forceful year sentences for Lee's comnin
: acceptance address. Ions, Oscar Meadows and Junior
wr :1" r Sellers on recommendation of
police and the state attorney's
OWNER office.

SACRIFICE Wt"

q" T 3-bedroom CBS, Fla. room

:; : 14 +., : ? Many extra features, plus
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-" s---__ ._ij "':.1.....__.. ,_ 'it '. .. _*_;.::' --........_,, .i.t--"""_% ,"''IIY large apt., both kitchens

u ;;:; ;; The queen of the Royal As furnished A real buy to
i sembly ,Church of the Living God right 'party. Low down
I No.1, Miami, 354 NW 14th St., payment Near Manor
Richmond Heights Flashes was crowned last Sunday by Park Pool.
Bishop L. W. Williams. Elder R.
D. Faison la pastor. 1310 N.W.. 52nd: St.
Dy ORA D. TAYLOR
The queen was Sis Ella: Mae "> or call
n 1! .. -:- : Dent. Preaching. by Rev.
;; ;; ::: ::: ::: $ : was MU 5.32'54any'
Leroy Washington and Minister I ,, r
GET WELL SOON nOVQUET or TUB WEEK: : r r
'
Hop'cins.: Songs were renderedby time for appointmentto 4
Richmond Heights Flashes The Bouquet of this week goes the Flying- Cloud and the
wish to extend get-well ,to the to Mrs. Miriam Pratt, 13930 Florida Nightingales. ,The ,pastor '
thanked, all the members, and Open Sat. and Sun 1.5 p.m.
mother of Mrs. D. A. Mills of Monroe St. Mrs. Pratt is one of ,
SW 50tb terrace, wife of Rev. our finest young matrons, wife Christian, ,friends for .cooperating Will Trade Equity -LIi ':;
B. ,A. Mills: well known In Dad of Gerald Pratt and science
County. teacher at Mays High School -'
where she efficiently serves as Sunshine Club WE MAKE YOUR
Teamer Small of 14501 Lin- a member of the guidance Maff,
coin Boulevard has been conva and advisor to the 8th grade. PICTURE
lescing for several months at his She is also a member of the Visits Lantana $150 Cash $70 Mo. While you wait
home. Friends are Informed to Superintendent Record Committee
visit him. a most important assign The Sunshine Club of Dad e 3-bedroom furnished Only $1.00
ment. She is also leader of the County Tuberculosis Association on
Mrs. Rosebud Dickinson of only Senior Girl Scout Troop of hods: Its meetings every third large lot. No qualifying DAVID JEWELERS
14701 Lincoln Blvd, who has the Hibiscus District. Mrs. Sunday in the month. The last 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue
been In Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Pratt takes an important. lead in meeting was held at- the homeof I JI
Dickinson is a' member of Martin church and civic roles. She is Mrs. Crumlel, 7400 NW 22nd 1 Phone FR 4.1522
Memorial. AME Church. president of the St. Cyprin'a ave. on April 16. Much was ac' I DUPLEX
We wish also to remember Episcopal Church Altar: Guild, complished. IJ..
other old and 111 people of our.rea..n and teaches a Sunday School April 23, was homecoming at Down
.. private homes, hospitalsand Clan She is active in PTA Lantana. To the patients it is $390 $82 Mo.,
nursing homes. work and is president of the the annual Spring Party.
Richmond Heights Women's We chartered a bus to Lan By 12th Ave. and 62nd St.
/Will Canady of SW 162nd Club. All of these accomplish. tana, leaving Dixie Park at 10
Terr., In Armstrong Manor, has ments and serving as mother of a.m. and arriving at Lantana at Partly furnished, fenced, MQT0KSANDTRANSMISSIONS
been ill for months. A visit, a 'our children, certainly most do- 12 noon.
card or a token will make Sunshine servlngly we select Mrs Miriam The luncheon was served In move in today,
and health for these shut Pratt for our Bouquet for her the hospital's dining room from
ins. Don't forget them. achievements and services to hUe 12-30: to 1:30: pin, Fried chicken All Mftfcei ViH MbcteJs
iranity.
with all the! trimmings was served Visit
The next meeting of the Con 12 000 Mfe Guarantee
ference Branch Missionary meeting How about that business loll After lunch we distributed 305 >
Mrs. T. C. Kelly, president, Richmond Heights resident or plants to the patients, had a 801 N.W. 54th St. ONE PAY SERVICE
will meet at Payne Chapel AME others Don't let the opportunity dedication program for the prayer .
Church, Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pare as later, "I wish I had" room, and visited as many OX 6-1740 PL 9-8372
pastor. The meeting begins at call Your Scribe and help your patients as possible. We depart
_9:30 ..m. May 13. serf; and ,community.. "Fore ed at 3 p.m. having pent, a won TRIO REALTY
warned is tore armed. derful time and making many
The theme Ls "World.wide Togetherness .
for Ood." All members ............................................. patients very happy. Motors Overhauled
and visitors invited to be Frances Hlghtower, reporter
present. A full program, has Something to Sell?

been planned by the program We'll Sell it For You!
committee: Mrs. Russel, Mrs.

Ora D. Taylor, Mrs. McNeil Harris .......__ .... !
In. J II. J N.MN
meeting Bethel' and who at Mrs.her was Sanders beautiful hostess of Greater home.of the Drive Carefully BUY A HOME TO.DAY -I'Ju* I'M 1


!a! !3J !i Drive by these beautiful CBS hornet and take a good

look! No one else can show ,you these, Ford Realty TronsmssonOverhauled

PEOPLES DRUG STORE Exclusive ,Lifting
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, ANDPEOPLE'S 1741 N.W 50th St. -4300 Down $59.12 Month

BAR B Q I Exchanged front
1144 NW.1f9th St,-$ft>0 Pown $&4.71 Month $751'Iii
r. AND LUNCHEONETTE
.:'\....- 920 IN.W. 47th St. $400 Down $70.69 Month
402 & 406 N.W. 8th Street
1320 N.W. '52nd'St.' -$400 Down $73.74 Month

Phone FR I'uri
I 1 4-5874 1324 N.W. Slat St-$450 Down $50.81 Month

I -o-- 1085 N.W. 48th St.-$350 Down $73.17 Month

s V DRUG STORE UAR DOWNEXCHANGE
4 I -B-Q 925 (IN.W. 52nd St.--$500'Down $82.27 Month

' :, Specializing. in prescription Featuring 1421 N.W. 53rd St. $300 Down $56.62 Month

,, (Plus Small FHA Closing Coati)
*, patent medicines Breakfast, lunch and
1. We have over 200 other ,
sundries dinner. .
2.; If you have a steady job you can qualify

Free Delivery Old hickory barbecueFrom 3. We are open Saturday and SundaysREALTYInc.

5' p.m. daily
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Open Dally
Open Frl._ and Sat to :

6:SO a.m. to 12 mldnlte 2:30 .*..111.Frt. I FORD '

and Sat to 1:30 a.m. Free' Delivery

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Cameraman finds plenty to do
at Hampton House opening. The
candid camera had a field day at
the formal opening and house
warming activities, of Hampton
House Motel and Villas. :
First scene shows the 'hostessfor
the day' striking! a pose for ;i _
the cameraman with L. L.
Brooks, clove. friend and advisor
of the new owner. '
Second .scene at top shows two
prominent Miami citizens observe r11
ing the aquacade at the pool. 'yy
Third scene at top shows the
new owner Harry Markowitz
being congratulated on the mar-
velous job done in presenting \ ; PT- j4-

Hampton first class House motel to, the public asa :: ,

Pictured below: shows the mix -
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grin.Florida THE MIAMI 'ME5 MIAMI FLORIDA

Elks Hold SATURDAY APRIL 29, 1961 PAGE 7





Successful Meeting 1. :


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la what was said to be one of Jacksonvl; T. Dowles, Arcadia Perry, whereby blood banks
the most successful meets In the ; M. Griffin, Panama City, would be established in three Which word IS older
history of the group, the Florida and M. Francis Sanford. district in the state. The pro ,
State Association of Elks held ject was unanimously adopted.
its 36th annual convention in GRAND KXALTKI) RULER Gin orCordon's
:MEETS IN JAX
Ft. Lauderdale April 9 through
I ATTKNDS ;nET
12 of this year. Pride of Fort I Most of the state officer were
Lauderdale Lodge and Temple The Grand Exalted Ruler of elected to their positions. The ?
served as hosts to the confab the Elks, the Honorable Hobson association a so voted to meet
Reynolds, attended thu convon next year In Jacksonville, with
PERRY; REELECTED tlon and added much to the dignity Maceo Lodge and Temple as
of the occasion. hosts.
Probalbly one of the highest ?
Also present at the event was
points of interest on the agendawas Mrs. Buena Kelly Derry, Grand
the unanimous election of Secretary of the Daughter Elks. Attention All Vets rDI
W. O. Perry Sr., the incumbent
president of the croup to the STATE DAUGHTER OFFICERS. The American Legion, William
association's top position for an PROM MIAMI) ELECTED Henry Bethel Post No. 281 of
other term. Perry had presidedover Richmond Heights, is still urgIng .
the organization for the Among officers of the State all veterans to join them in
past two years.CRATORIOAL Daughter Elks' Association, who making their community a
live In Miami and who also at strong one. Join now we are
CONTEST tended the convention were: Mrs. waiting, There's a lot in store

Another high point on the Vera Wilson, state treasurer, was for you.
schedu'e of activities was the elected; Mrs, Josephine Dunn, The Post also has affairs on N
state oratorical contest, which chairman of the trustee board Saturday night on the corner of LED
was held on Monday, April 10, and a past grand daughter ruler Polk St. and Perry Drive. Barbecue
at Mt. Olive Baptist Church. ; Mrs, Lloma Green, assistant I Is on sale aong: with a IONDONDRY
Eight contestants from all parts to the state financial secretary, free whist game. Go out and GINr41IMMNr
of the state competed in the and a past state president, and take your friends and have a M ilr Mw Wr .,a
event, which was keen'y contested Mrs. Madge Kelly, chairman of good time All! members are ask
from beginning to end. The the state committee of arts and ed to attend their meetings. For
contest captured the convention crafts. further information contact
spotlight. Joseph Steward, post comman
Also visiting with the Daughter der, CE 5-146(1( at 14660 Filmore
Patricia Ann Davis, a seniorat Elks were Mrs Evelyn Reynolds St. or Edward Hanna Jr., CE
DILard: High .School, Fort wife of the brand Exalted 5.1283, 14780 Tyler St., Murray Qin is 69 older but sinceQordoris
Lauderdale, won the first prize Ruler and Mrs. Leona Denson, James Jr., C12 5.0956, 14380 years ,
and earned the right to competeIn president of the Georgia ,State Carver Drive, Indff
.
the regional to be held later Association : was introduced
this year. Her subject was "The 1

Negro Other And contestants The Constitution.in the orderin The hed:annual on Tuesday outdoor The paradewas spec Quality in England in 1769, it has been
tacle began at the Elks Club,
which they finished were:
W. J Clarence Wright of St. Petersburg ? RLOOD RANKS KNDORSKI PhotographyDONE the world's word for gin.Hsnutt .
Lawrence, Car
ver High, Coconut Grove; F. The association endorsed a I BYJohnson
Saxon, Winter Haven; C. Clark, plan, recommended by President UNDO oir cut toox ttorut IMTI ittmu ROM PAlO rioor.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA WILDCATS Loyal '59ers Tea I,
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY APRIL 29, 1961 ANNOUNCE -/The'Lbyal 69ers will present

their 'le Qond annual Hair Style CAPITOLTHEATRE
COACHING STAFFDaytona Fashion 'Show.and; Musical Tea

r 1 at Liberty Square Auditorium 1
t
Beach Dr. RichardV. : SAT. MIDNIGHT
6306 NW, jUth Ave., Sunday, j
announced the All I
Moore
BUN, MON., TUES.Underworld .
4 to 7 o'clock. A I
Alumni Coaching staff In con May I47;:'< rom ,
donatlorii'wlll'' be taken. Florence
and
currence with the Athletic USA
: Vernetta Stephens I ,
Allen
r, \luranl Committee.' ,Pittsburgh president;
.
Steelers 'end Jack McClairen /secretary; GeraldIne Allen I starringCliff
and an alumnus of Bethune :tihairoian; Ma jester Pryor, Robertson"TORMENTED"
Cookman College! has been reporter \,13\ ,
named head coach and athletic I
director of the college. Richard Carlson

McClairen: succeeds Rudolph Advertise It Pays! I
"Bunky" Matthews who resigned
:, last Fall after suffering a heart L I.
#h.'r I'u.r
) >Wf\WlT\ -"u UIIIlBU wu 1Im""II"
end for ---- --
attack. MoClalren played -=
Bethune and was drafted by the
Steelers in his senior year and
has played for them every year
since graduation.He rLI. I Y
will have as his assistant
Lloyd "Tank" Johnson. Johnson,. .t
4ii A four letter man at Bethune
'. received his master's degree in OX 1-7959_ N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
v #; k; '.j. f physical education from Indiana
(University.
McClairen and Johnson will STARTS FRIDAY
join the college Sept 1, accord
ing to Dr.. Moore. ,...., "I' Y ;H'>>;:<;- '''''-' >.0. '.

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THE DOWNBEATS Memories I the North Dade High School e ooo O l 0000000s
of Nassau and the tropics as woll\ auditorium in Opa Locka. The Carver High proved knee u s
a>. 'tones of sweet music will occasion will be the annual presentation deep in talent Saturday as it ran
come from "The Bownbeats" a of the DCT Amateur away with the Dade County
popular musical combination that Nlte and "Shower of Stars". Miss track and fled, title', in a meet 5 SPLA SHED G1RL L OVA
highlighted Jessie Holt's 9,6
really knows "what's happening!I" Blanche Cal oway will be the by u N' NG
They will be. seen and heard In likeable Emcee. Talent' and stars clocking Moore Park.in the 100-yard dash at F FRO M LAS VE GAS F.
their' colorful uniforms on Frt will be in abundance. A packed
Holt of Booker T WashingtonHigh
day and Saturday Bites, April :!Sand audience has welcome this show also -
annexed the 220
-yard
29 at 8:15: on the stage of for the past several years
.... dash in 22,7 to become the day'sonly
.ff1.tf'nrTG'; tf r "'71' m''''I'r'V'1''Z' m individual double winner. 4 .
Carver only "won four events .1 .14COWMI8W
; but picked up seven seconds, a
i third and thw fourths to pile
up 84% point. s
Mays was second with 77%
points followed by Northwestern -
: 52%, BTW 42% and North
Dade 41 J,2.GALLIMORE. ,
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i DAY

IN ST. AUGUSTINEA
..

Willie Lee Gallimore Day
S rFS r'h F
committee Is going all out to.auU4
..Uitt-- formatFAMIL ,jux4
present Chicago, Deara pro foot;
ball star' 'annual celebration,
oW<; May 6 at his- hometown. .St ,./.t:
T-1IT--; Augustine- the most successful.
Eugt&fr H. Arnold Sr; Is thecommittee's PICNRF9v
general chairman, \ ,
PRESENTS 444 ,4

A GEORGE SIDNEY PROOOOTION Nn wws R

CAIWFHBDUN = QS'PEPE'

THE DELMIRES The Amateur Nlte and Shower of aR ,
Thtwal Ollel'ArouMThe MbrW In 80 Dtyt'
whole'town is talking and the Stars In the school auditorium on
whole town will see The Del- Friday and Saturday, April 28 f DAW-SNiR1 JONES.....MAURIC CHEVAUB'RING CROSS!
mires pictured here and a host and 29. Miss Blanche Calloway,
of other talented young amateursand Miss Show Business herself, MICHAEL CAltfN t BOBS/DARIN SAMMY DAMS Jr.t JIMMY DURAME-

many accomplished stars" will be the glamorous and versa .a ZSA 2SA 1 GABOR t.JUO/! GARLAND GREER 6ARSON'ERNIE KDVAC3,,
when tte North Dade High DPT tile mistress of ceremony 'for
Club presents its original DCT both evenings. The time Is 8:16. JANET LEIGH JACK lEMMON'JMsNORIH'KIM: NOV'/K'DONNA REm[))

DEBBIE REYNOLDS t EDWARD.G.ROBINSON t BANK SINATRASBSS
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.ir.nr TY4.aMnwo CLEAN UP, FIX Ipmmh 00Mm let(( 'GEORKSDNETi

reward ''.\ :; .tpt HtJI.t>',"C; ::i''.\ ? I':':' .I.!>I<<<>> ao lA, <
UP MONTH f', .M .., AT 9:20
County STRAIGHTENYOUR
STARTS TODAYAn *
THE 7
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NewsBy t f HAIRat r
open air meeting free MOST
giveaways, Hungarian music_an.da .
proclamation signed by Mayor HOME In ono quick AMAZING
Walter IJowe Robert King High mark the EASY APPLICATIONYou
opening of the City of Miami SPY
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Beautification Committee's Cleanup can have soft, natural.
The Beauticians of West Hoi Paint up Fix up on Friday looking, straight hair the safe, STORY
and Hallandale still April 28.
lywood are SILKY STRATE Do
easy way
planning for their Bully Gully The public is Invited to the 2 home EVERTRACK
It yourself at and save /
meeting which will ben\
Dance on May 8 at the Paradise p.m. time and The to-
Club in Liberia. Contact Mrs. Bayfront Park at the comer of money. easy.
I I Eleanor Bowe in West Holly SE .2nd st. and Biscayne Blvd., follow.directions assure profes*
I siona, like results. Your hair
wood for tickets and table reservations adjoining the' Public: Library ON
or Mrs. Fannie Wil "Excellent results were obtained stays_ straight for months }.
,
f llama at Vogue's Beauty Shpp J InHallandale. by the 1960 Clean up Lets you comb dress or style FILM! .r-T. $
campaign" qccording tq drive your hair'any way you wish. >
chairman, Mrs. iUabeth, Martell will not go back even when wet.
Congratulations to Mrs. Mary secretary of the beautification
FOR WOMEN and Children GtntttStrtnQth /
I committee.
A. Mitchell' of West Hollywood tar long tins hair.
I who recently opened Mae's "Nearly 400 lots were cleared
(louse of Beauty, 4404 SW IT'.h off and chairman of our nll'.edlatrlct. FOR MINI Regular Strength for short
st. Complete line of 014 87 cos were Able to gain the coarse hair.MONEYBACK.
metlcs and drugs. cooperation of many residents,"
she continued. SjL"at ,
The Knight pars: will

meet at the Masonic Temple InYeat NOTICE sun
.... \ HollywoodQti Sunday, -
< Wf. Contact\ l Eminent. gom- Allthe members .of Theuta r.w o.a Ira.$.o.n.o1 I
.
Nu Sigma Sorority are asked to
""'!* 3; mander Obedlah Ferguson "or i .,
J'W>lter B0we) 4444 8W 17th'at.. be present at 4 p.m. May 1 ,at AT 7:30
.' + the home of Mra. Willie MaeCeasor
South :' 2240 NW 51st Terr.
All officers! of Drow A'
ard Post No. 8195, Veterans of Business of Importance.Florence .
NEXT
ATTRACTION
Ail: president
.Foreign Wars be ready Sundayto
attend the district meeting in Louise D. Riley reporter
Fort Lauderdale at the VFW "Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come"
'Post just five blocks off Las TALK with TAYLORFR
Olas D'vd on Road 94. Meeting 9-1703 PLUS
from 10 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. GUARANTEE
About your income tax In every packageAdvertise

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GOLDEN AGE I THE MIAMI, TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

.-' THIS and CLUB 12THANNIVERSARY 'SATURDAY APRIL 29, 1961 PAGE 9'

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The public: Is cordially invitedto .fCLYDE
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cornerstone at St. Matthews
IIOBSQN'S CHOICE. Once upon Founders the illustrious EDGAR Baptist Church, 361 NW- 11th
a time there was a m a"D n A. LOVE at a smoker-dinner in ?
St. on Sunday afternoon, April
.
whose name was Thomas Hob the beautiful
settings at Camp
30 at 4 p.m. Guest'speaker, Rev.
He lived In the sixteenth bell' Guest
jon. House.
L, A. Thompson, pastor of
century, and was the first man
Temple> Baptist Church. Rev, N.
In England to let out hackney Here to attend the final rites .
F Clark Is the pastor.
,
of the late
horses for hire. When a man KELSEY LEROY
came for a horse, there wasusualfy PHARR Jr., were his brother
a large selection from OTTO M. PHARR, former professor -
which to choose, but Hobson al' of Education at Bethune DCT AMATEUR
days made the customer take the Cookman College and now an In-
horse that stood closest: to the structor In North Carolina? i KITE
table door From this came the other. close relatives, Mr. and .
proverbial expression f'Hobson's Mrs. BENJAMIN F. SCOTT of
choice," meaning no choice at Washington, D. C.. and AARON AND"SHOWER
ill. YIn R* KELSEY] The Delta Rhythm
recent weeks we Shave heard Boys' -wives. Mesdames Frances
many people say, "Why does Crawford, Muriel Gaines who ,OfSTIRS"
.God allow such conditions in the flew in from London, Frelda De-
World?" or '"Why does God let Knight Mrs. W. B, Stewart MRS. ARABELLA FOSTER KILLENS'
things happen to me?" Perhaps (Sara Scott) came down from Program Coordinator : Popular
the answer is simply because Jacksonville There 'were
God gives us the priceless gift many whose names. I was unable The Golden Age Club of the
of FREE CHOICE, rather than to secure. James E. Scott Community As. PRESENTS
"."Hobson's choice." sociation will celebrate its 12th KNIGHTBEAT I

God could have given us DR. ANI MRS.Phillip 0, anniversary Sunday, April 30 by
"Habson'a choice." He could Williams of Chicago were luncheon worshipping in a group at Mt. .
have made 'it impossible for us guest of Mr. and MM. Zion Baptist Church of which
to do anything wrong, but He CARL RUETTJon Tbusday. Ur. Rev. Edward T. Graham is the
could not have done so and still Williams, is surgeon.in'chief at pastor. The Home Missionary
made us beings of free will He Provident Hospital, Cblcn. n. Circle is also observing Home
chose to put our destiny in our Mrs. Wiliams Is Mr. RhetU's Mission D. t and is acting as
the oflclial for the Golden
cousin. host
own hands, to make us Godlike

in our power to choose our own Mrs. Arabella Foster, president CLUBAt
way.; He does not force good upon "A DAY IN NASSAU" is t3pI| of the .Missionary Circle
us, but lets us reach out and cal of the motivating devices and program chairman for ,the ThQ Sir John Hotel
take it; and this is the honor which the cafeteria manager at Golden Age Club Is coordinating N.W. Oth St. and 8nl Ave.
Bethune Elementary School U3"Sto
and gloyr of
man. the for the service.A .
The gift of free choice often urge children (o become bet program Proudly Presents
makes: lifu seem' more difficultfor ter acquainted with ethnic fellowship dinner will to\\
us, because it puts the bur groups and encourage pupils to 'ow the worship service in the
den of responsibility on our join the "complete your plate" church refaectory, at which time SUNDAYMATINEE
shoulders. Out it also makes campaign. You should have sen Golden Age Club members,
life infinitely richer and more the decorations. The food was members of the Senior Citizens( r
\ rewarding. 'Hobson's choice" authentlo tasty and delectable committee. Senior Member's. of
would make only right down to the potato bread. members
Us cogs in a the church and of the
machine; free will makes each Mrs. LUVENIA LOVINGS Is' the Missionary circle will have the f, .
one of us a dynamo of unlimited manager. opportunity to dine together

power. CARYK11 HIGH SCHOOL of Cutting the 12th anniversarycake And Celebrity
will symbolize sharing the
DC,, Beach went through the
AMERICAN ray ,
LEGION Auxiliary Attraction
fruits of 12 years labor to earthen
of the 11th District convene throes of the evaluation processes the lives of Golden Agers BJanche Galloway

? ? .fld.In"St..Aua..ua11ntt.aat Saturdayand the last evaloattmi week. Invited"trotmnitte' to serve a I\C r_ Uz.el.1t..jI.tb.la..Q) __.........A9-EMCEE ",..,... .1 EVERY SUNDAY
Sunday, April 22-23.: ;:tM.. .
v. NKIXA.. :CUFTOrT* 'waste eleeted. were our own.' JAMES.. CHERRY munlty.-. 1- "...-.. .. ',. < .. Starting 4 p.m. and continuing a.

'. -, .president foe:the next year. Delegates coordinator of the Vocational Club member having birthdays Fri: :, 'SafJ; :Aril J28-29. into regular nile..how. 1
'.from local Pont'ltStwera. .Evening School at Northwestern;' .In April, will also.sharo In. .
Mesdjunes Marie TaylorTTLlllIattBalllou. : MYt; and JVIre. CHARLES WIL- this- occasion. These members. :2. Niter ;.8IID.Opa, il.ocka. v 3 Great. Bands ,

: ."Rosa Xlurney and Mamie TjABW, EflTBLLB WALLER. of are Mrs, Sp' ro' Coking: Mr*. ,..,. --.....-'.. ... .. ...' ", .... .... Dizzy Jones 1(
Montgomery.. Mr. Robert Clarke Booker T. Washington. Anthouy Amelia Taylor, Mrs. Pearl Houston -, ,. .
U commander of Post 165. Holiday is principal of the progressive Mrs. Mamie Gill, Mrs Mai Frank DuBoise '.
school. ale Gaines, rs. Maria Natteal, North Dade HI Audit./ J Bob Allen *.
PEOPfK. t Is boating time and a special guest Mrs. Susan r' celebrities .
again and the SPORTSMEN CJKT WKLL WIHIIKS S are sentto Harris. Students 75c Adults' $1.00 Presenting fromMiami's
CLUD did themselves proud by Mesdames Edna McDanlels and Miami Beach's
Mingo and Eugenia Thomas. Belated The dinner will tea .
: kicking off the season with a program featuring Clubs and Hotel
crowd of jolly people who spent wUhes go to Mrs. Ever ture greetings and felicitationsto "
i two or more de'lghtful hours green Murphy birthday honorees, and the Janet King The DownBeats Admission FREE
cruising. Mr. and Mrs. Joe constituency of the Senior Citizens Tables FREE
Jane : din WR MOURN with the families Program.The Valtones Margaret
(Mary ) Albury, were
of the late Kelsey Pharr Jr., Dr. Hliow Time-Frl, anti Hat
ner guests of the Cleveland Greene Blue Dots Del-
Sampsons just before boat- A. D. Denton, James J. Graham, committee members of Amateur Nile TIIOH.
boarding time. The Leon Easterly Charlie II. Johneon, A. Lee McCoy the Adult and Senior Citizens mirers and a full programof Lfullcn' Mto TluirM.
Committee will also share hone v
and the
Blakley family
of Toledo Ohio, joined the stars
group and rolled down to the ors. Dr. G. K. Sands Is chairmanand When better shuns nre presented'
pier in the Sampson's new Cadillac HAPPY BIRTHDAY Greetings! Mrs J. L. Dixon Is vice Cljdo Klllciifl will prtwcnt 'then;
: Last week the medical May 1, Carolyn: White, Leroy chairman.
'
Washington, Terry CopUn; May -.
convention which met at the
American Hotel on Miami Deach 2, Maggie Scott; 3, George Ad- Miss Olive B. Alexander, exeoutlve '
drew many of our leading medical side; 4, Diane Flnney; 5, Franklin director of James U.
from all the Clark, Rosetta Vickers, Edith ''Scott' Community Association MODERN APARTMENTS "
men over country
wilt ,bring greetings of retrospect
Washington; 6, Marina Adder-
DR. W.F.D. JAMES, professor -
ley, Wyman C. Daniels, GayFerguson thru the years. *
of gynecology at Meharry I Large cheerful and airy bedroom apia with stove
Medical College was an effective ; 7, Betty J, Mackey;

participant. He was guest of honeor 8, Victoria Hlggs, Maxine and refrigerator. 1/2 block to shopping, buses stop at
at a small:! dinner on Sunday Bethel, Barbara Squire; 9, Shareon God supplies us abundantly with
given by former Nuhvllleltes, Dean, Rose Marie Gaston, the substance out of which all door. $15 to $18 week. ...
per
the Edward Turners of Richmond Hattie Brace, Henry O. McKln- our needs may be filled; we
The Jim must furnish the faith to moldit
Heights. Reids ney.THOUGHT
For The Week. unto usable form.
were invited guests also DR. '
.- GLORIA PULLENS JEFFERSONa MAGNOLIA GARDEN APTS.'

former Mlamlan and her husband
DR. ALFRED JEFFERSON 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave. Opa Locka .'
brought along their three child. COME AND GET A

ren, Gregory Bryan and Carol. MU 8-9092
The Jeffersons are living with Beautiful RoomIN
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
dolph Pultens who live in A

Drowiuville on :31st ave. $500,000 Building in Downtown Miami
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her sorors OMEGA men
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s THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA The Fruits+of Pricewlse, it now turns out
t PUN PHUN that these .bakeries were faker-

I PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1961 Nature's Work lt>' Ptlll. OSSOKKK: les. Wet: they'll have to raise

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fly Itolllngton Tayolr CARNAGEThose
DOUGH-NUTS

a There are many beautiful things I where several large Fla. electric rumors design.
see
In this world, bakeries have been convicted on ed to be used in cars are caus
.rro' Jd MiamiBy Which are not made by man, much
price fixing charges. What ing concern, according to
Many He far below the waters, crust! ''I dislike such un-IIolsum the National Safety Council.

Y Not only upon the land. business practices I've been Don't use them while in motion

j suspicious of bakeries ever since You might have a close
The birds that fly happily
DAVE BONDU one of our larger bakeries took: shave!
.. through the ,lair, out a permit to' build a ware I see where they've Inventeda
The owls that woo at night,
>; house. new wheel-less car; one that
6'.1J c Y ".A ...... ._.....__....._____.__ ...... j_'_.'_ ... _.u____ The moon that glitters when floats a few Inches above the
.."""": ,<.'.7 ;-0- night fall; in, I The report stated, "Ware ground. Huh! That's nothing! I
about a There is more traffic now that house to be build by-
LET MK TELL you And the sun that shines so know a few hot. rods who while
"guy I. think y'all should know 15th ave. has been paved.I'll ibrlght. Faking Company." (Name de driving the old fashioned, cars,
;|about. He Is the publicity director leted for obvious reasons.) are "flying low."

of the city of Miami. Lew bet that most of you may They all have the beauty of nature Now, I ,know printers recog Incidentally, a hot rod car is
.price Is his name and you'l have thought that it is againstthe nize the, difference between pi one that starts off with a jerk
'want to remember that name.I law for ladles to go into a A .beauty you cannot hide, and pie, so this was a new twistto behind the wheel.
have known Lew for the past pool hall. Well, Just for the rec Wherever you go, they'll look me softwist, maybe? Anyway
'five, years, and I have fond\ him ord there 13 no such law. the same, the thought came to me
\ tobe; a real friend not only Last Wednesday night I lookedn Beautifulfresh land ''alive. that this bakery was making Its
't jto me, but to all of our people at 12 women shooting pool bread out of counterfeit dough. JOIN THE NAACP !
,Have you seen the new bro it the Longshoremen's Hall. The beauty of all, Is above our I
J chures. of the City of Miami Judge Henderson is having heads, ....--

where there are pictures of our Ladle's Night every Wednesday And will be for years to come
people going places and doing :.light from 8 to 12 midnight, Some portions are there for all I
things? Well, this was Lew's and the ladies can shoot all of of you, : NEED MONEY ?
idea. In fact, this is the only the pool! they wont to free of So hide not, and do. not run.
Southern city that has put out charge. Pool is fun and relaxingand
WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGESWE
brochures featuring Negroes. the pool room U very nice

When Ray Mitchell has his golf ind respectful The fellows: who tiny so thin I'm almost ashamedto BUY LOTS AND
were there had a lot of fun HOMESCall
tournament here, Lew helps to go out." Said the second lady:
teaching the ladles who had
make it a success. When Flori
"I know Just what you mean, I ,
never held a cue before. Mrs. Ronald I. Baron
da A and M has its Orange Blossom had the same trouble. My hair mr4*
Janie Reeves called the ladies yf yfO
Classic here, there is Lew
thin and face looking
Price, again, right in the middle ,ogether and they met there and was like something my the was cat drugin Mortgage Broker JSL GamV<& Vt9
trying to help make things run did quite well. I am sorry I did 228 SUNNY ISLE
when I heard about BLVD. ,
smoothly. lie is always in there not get all of their names butI Kurasol. Let sister pull your MIAMI BEACH WBARKLEY'S \ 7"3566
have seen something I
now
pitching to make our affairs as
coat you don't have to
thought I would never in
nice as else's. I just see
anyone
mo' thin hair
worry no about
Miami some of their finest
thought It would be nice for you cause Kurasol will make big
a
to know that there are certain women shooting pool. This is difference in just a week's time -"' :L...::_... __._-
wonderful and Hender
people in your City Governmentwho Judge and just one jar wit 1 do the
son and Mrs. Reeves are to be
are playing an Importantpart "
Job. Well, you know me, I was
for the .
congratulated thought.The
in our everyday life. curious CUT-RATE STORE
to
president, movie stars, mil- enough get In the
lonalres shoot conversation and found out you
pool eo whyshouldn't
ROGER WILLIAMS, popular+ our women do it? Miss can get It at any drug store or The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
.beauty shop and If that
and civic minded Juanita Matthews, Mrs. Ann lady
tusineas man was telling the truth about her 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
fellow, tells me how much Smith, Mrs. Corine Anton, Mrs
hair
falling out and
Drownsub has progressed in the (Catherine Pritchard, Miss Wal being thin Alna Tranquil Long aid HairDressing
before, it sure must be good .
past ten years. Mr. Williams has lace Hamm, Mrs. Arzella Ross, cause her hair really was thick Tablets ...................... 1.08 .................. 1.00
Williams Tailoring and Cleaners Mrs. Ann Graves, Mrs. Mary Col- and looked good. Madam WalkerOintment Thinz Super

on 27th ave. (I've talked to him (en and of course, Mrs. Reeves ".............. .....00 Reducing Plan ........ 2.08
before) and he has been In that and Mayme Till next week: Live Life, Posner's Ilergamont SSS Tonic ......., 1.45 2.35

Area all of his life, and knows Every Golden Minute of it. Hair Dressing ........,... .03Cardui Swamp Root ......,. 75 1.33
practically everybody around the As Mayme sez, maybe the girls Peace!II ......................". 1.09 Father John ........ 75 1.83
area. Duslness is flourishing in will not mind walking around a Barrings ........ .10 to .70 pr.
that neighborhood, Williams pool table playing on the green I The finest
products Cut Rate
at Prices
being since can't them that
says, and homed are you get on

f bought and sold to help make long green on the golf course. Something to Sell? OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY- 8 A.M. to 10 P.M
It a nice place to live and work. Remember' ladies!', it's every
t fellow to talk to Wednesday night from 8 to JOHN. A. McMINN. Owner
o lie Is a fine p.m. We'll Sell it For You! .. .
and does a darn good( Job of 12 midnight at the Longshore t. to
keeping up with his progressivearea men's hall on 2nd ave. between8th -- I"'r_ _1. If -
and helping to make it a and 9th street and .
better place along with doing a don't get confused (the barber

good job in his business.! "shop, is in front of the pool hall, For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
and you have to come throughit -

,REMEMBER, you don't have to get in(. It's free ladles so
to scramble for fight tickets any come on and learn and have fun!

longer. Johnny Williams at the BONDED
Band Box Barber Shop sells all CLYDE KILLENS, the Pled

tight tickets We have Ne Piper of the night clubs, is plan.
gro police Sgts., detectives, but ning .something new for amateur
no Negro bus drivers or firemen. show. As Clyde puts It any-
It would be nice to have firemen body can have an amateur show,
Ii
but the question is: If but to make it interesting is a COLLECTION L
these jobs, are open to our fellow dmmlck. Clyde is still ,boss ,
*, how many would apply? when it comes to promotions. lie
Anyway, the fact is that were knows just what to do and .
these jobs open how many would how to do it right. He is en
qualify? It is a nice. thought.And larging the Knight Beat with AGENCY
now mucn qualifying' and two bars: Clyde's Bar and the Inc. Y

testing is required' for bus drivers Long Dar, and Is making a larger _
? I am sure a lot of our folk dance floor for more hully _
could pass these. qualifications. gu'.ly; room. There will be space
There is a fireman's school for 600 persons so that he can The collection '
largest
so what Is the hitch? I am ,Just cater to club dances and bringin and rental.5'
!looking at it from all angles name attractions like the
that I thlqk you would. Ques Drifters, The Midnlghters, agency in the South; operating in

tion.*?; James Brown Ruth Brown,
Slappy White, John Lee Hooker, Dade and Broward Counties'
1-ttwrfY: : Rhof tho Week Bo-Diddley and many others,

Mary Maya Pretty Boy of and then some jazz names like Negro Housing
the Wee: Earl Stone (Stone'a Ramsey Lewis, Jerry Mulligan, areas
Drugs at 2nd and 9th. St.) Oscar Peterson, Nina Simone, d ROO K 8. President'
AND
I Policeman of the Sims and Chris' Connor. These MAINTAINING MORE THAN

"I I Week; 8gt. Puty Doctor oftfee are Clyde's plans, and of courseit 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN
Wee).) James Shirley. needs your help. Anytime you DADE AND
see C4yde\ tell him who your BROWARD COUNTIES
jgerybody- is ta'king about favorites are and with enough

Charles Hadley, our Sepia Mayor requests he, will make any pos-
of Miami.I We haven't heard slb.e arrangements bring you
of him or seen him lately. He chat artist. Our best wishes anda .
used to call' the oe scribe once hope for much success to Mi- r 1 c o
in a while' and l let him know ami's top show promoter. '

shags going on in our town. OhweH
1 guess he must be busy.BDy OYEIUIEAItD DEPT Two G NC Y INC.
Charlie, while I'm. at it, 'adles talking: about hair: Sez r
Can't you get us a traffic light the first lady, 'honey, I'm so
$.t IGtth av@. and 62nd st.? worried about my hair! It's get
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111 PAUL II. WYCIIE sit SATURDAY APRIL 29, 1961 PAGE 11
In" Cast NamedThe
Teens

large cast In the recent
.
Fine Arts Conservatory show

"Sing Out Dance In" includedthe
Conference following children: .,!

Dancers: Eunice Hogan,

I II Wendel Graham, DIna Page, w :

David James, Wanda Baker, __
Hi teen timers, .here we are tlon. No, we are not going to Shari Lee, Beth Holland,' Janet
again with the discussion to the movies
onmovh say cease going Oeshazior
Sheila Austin, Danysue F
>s. So, let's continue. OK. but we are going to suggest that Francis, Beverly DarK ey,
OK you choose movies carefully. (Catherine McKlmin, Bernice
If we Rive billions of dollar, Dare to be different, dare to be Sawyer, Alfreda Hunt Joel c
to the box office In determined. Tell Jane Jim
support of or Williams. Gall Powell, Llzette
the cinema (which in some instances whom you are dating, that you Johnson, Janice Morning( Gwen
could: be spelled the don't want to see a show you dolyn McUave, Pollyana Holmes,
slnema) so movie makers can know isn't on the beam and Juanita Deshazlor, Melba Rogers
produce films that pulverize the if there isn't a worthwhile movie Andrella Banyan, Mindy
very foundations of our moral playing when entertainment is Joseph, Margo Thorner, Deborah
rule, the ten commandments, your aim, suggest golf, Bleating Nevel, Roberta Samet, Loren
then we are spelling disaster to (roller seating: in Florida), or a Lipton
the moral standards of the en coke party. You might try gath '
tire country It is our duty to Bring the crowd for home movies Band Members and Singers: 1Pr1 $
see that modern motion pictures that are reminiscent of pigtail George Simpson, Steven Horo
ire restored to artistic and and shoot-em-ep cowboy days. witz, Timothy Greenfield! Vincent
moral standards. Hollywood makes movies with Holland: Vaughn Page,
Here 1* a quiz for you, teens; box office appeal. For profit's Woodrow Blue, Michael Graham,
1. How often do we go to the sake they produce pictures that Daniel Mellerson, Jerome
movies? the public wants. Why do lust, Straughter, Barbara Williams, -
2. How much money do wo love, crime, and cruety: monopolize Linda Williams, Alva Brown, T'a
Jordan Miller, Sandy Shapiro,
spend movie goers today It is because
3. Wh.t type of movies do we you and I, who constitute Cheryl Reynolds, Patricia Blackman -
see? a great part of public opinion, Juanita Nairn, Janet May
You will find yourself on the lack of interest. We have to ac I, berry, Shel.a Love, Sandra Fox,
honor ro'l if your answer to cept second rate trash becausewe Ernest Washington, Carol; Ann
question No. one t is not more have never bothered to dis- Wright, Joyce Smith, William
than one movie a week. Ques criminate or discuss when mov I McMIllen, Freenls Sample, Patricia
tion No. two deals with the answer les are the matter. No, we can't Dixon, Darlene Scott, Lisa
to the first question Don't al: hop on the bandwagon and Wolfson, Charles Greenfield,
rob your kid brother's piggy cry "California Here We Come," Edward Goodring Jr., Arthur
bank or burden your budget but we can and must do some Humes, Raymond Fullard, William 4:
with needless debts. And when long distance campaigning to re Wright.
you are selecting a celluloid store movies to moral and artistic ;
movie, be sure that it is on the standards If each one of us I
danger free, decent side. wou.d gather the girls and guys SAVE YOUR HAIR
Tesntlmers, don't tangle with! :n for a post movie party, and
the dangerous temptations of in discuss thy movies we have just
decent motion pictures. Because ten from t..e. vxrlous angles of
we are Impressionable in youth, casting, photography, costumes,
we must avoid becoming calloused plot, standards of morality and ; ,. .
or accustomed to crime and I| artistry, we would be forming
Indecency.All valuable attitudes that would

right, EO you are convinced I keep low grade movies away s t t ,ifi'
that indecent movies are wron' from our door. These could not > Af 4 it 4
for you, but now you are pondering I be produced if not supported. y
over the perplexing poser, Well that cone ude thisw
"What can you do about It?" k's is ue 01 Teens Conferi -
Teens, latch on to this sugges i l'..t.1 tht n, HO long


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Special to ANP Lovely, pend on your complexion,
African Dormitory STOPTHINNING singing star Nancy Wilson always clothes and the effect desired
applies niakeup (upper Coral, red-orange and clear red
I 1 left) over clean skin, never over are extremely: flattering colors.
HAIR another layer of make-up. At When applying lipstick, Nancy
Named After Floridian ceanup: time, she gives her facea advises sticking close to na-
ITCHING SCALP fingertip wash and massage tureVi" lines.
with a oap containing germ-
A fobbed for th. of destroying ingredients Its antiseptic The final makeup effect
new dormitory at tra'nlng 30 GhanaMlnl.try I .
I Ingredients chase should be soft and natural lookIng
DANDRUFFIN hop
Asuansl Farm Institute In aouth- of Agriculture senior
bacteria that may cause blemishes. (below). To match the nat
ern Ghana is named Finder Hallin officers In the United States,
honor of a veteran agriculture Mr. Pinder, who 'arrived In ural beauty of her make-up,
expert from Florida -- Ghana in 1958, has a bachelor's JUST 7 DAYS In the maner of make-up, Nacny makes sure that her halt
color
Nancy finds lipstick and
Frank D. Plnder who hu degree from Florida Agricultural
-
application Important factor' Is well-groomed, soft and naturallystyled.
the 16 in West and Mechanical College classof WITH1IelfJil.1
spent put years
(upper right). Color should do- .
Africa teaching farmers how to 1930, and has done graduate
Improve their crops. study study at Cornell University udtKURA50L
Dedication ceremonies for the on a Department of State
building were held last February fellowship.The MAN KILLED ON tempted but was unable to .atop
the Pin den' two the train before It hit the man.
25 when officials of daughters, I
Ghana Ministry of Agricultureand ; Terrecita, 22, and orothy, 16, Satisfaction Guaranteed RAILROAD This was the fourth traln-pe-

the U. S. International Co and eon, Frank E., Jr., remainedIn Sold In most drug stores and beauty TRACKSRobert destrlan throe week accident fatality in
operation Administration gather the United States with relatives shops. If not available In your locality

ed to pay tribute to the man while their parents toured send 11.70 for a month's supply to: L. Hodge, 38, was killed p
known iu that country as a lat Ghana on duty.Fashion .
LABORATORIESBox Wednesday night For-
SABROSOL near
ter-day Johnny App'eaeed. NEED MONEY
6175. Sta.BMiamiFla.Beautiful rino, when he was hit by a Fla,
American Ambassador to Gha
$25 to
$600
Time Kant Coast train.
na, Francis Russell officially
opened IMnder Hall by drawing "Waltz Time Is Fashion Time" Thetoycar.old man, Identified Call PL 8-3653
"
the cover from a commemorative by standera as "Goodman,
presenting Miami's Ten De. t
plaque which is attached to was drunk and Hitting on the IDEAL LOAN
Dressed Women sponsored by
the outside wall, near tile front the Saints Ann-Margaret Chap Home on tracks near SW 180th et when I 6105 N.W. 7th Ave
door. The plaque cites Mr. Pin ter of the Episcopal Churchwomen Your Lot be wan struck by the train, I
der for his. service to the insti of Metro polled said.
the Incarnation at the I
tute.The Hampton House Villa Pool patio, Engineer J. W. Hagen at.I I I Drive Carefully
former Wester iwho ? axle I
Key /
b
4200 NW 27th ave., Friday, May a .
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the flrt ICA technician to be
was
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8:30 p.m. A dance wlU
stationed in Ghana, is credited max. Tickets on sale now, from
with a large ncmber of agricultural any chapter member or call OX I I I 1a4,1 d ; ,
accomplishments in 'West 1-7056. Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke
Africa Among them are the es- Jr., chairman. M13
tab.lshment of 80 demonstration
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1 i. TH MIAMI- TIMES-MIAMI.. FLORIDA IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF tHANKSThe

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1961 loving memoryof sad but loving memory of family of the late _
our dear wife, mother and PETER BETHEL
dear motherKEZIA grandmother 'would like to thank the many

our SUSAN REEVES MRS. VIOLA WALKERwho relatives, friends and neighborsfor
-. :: CARDSMEMORIALSBARD who departed this lifeApril departed' this life April SO, the overflow of cards, tele
': 1935 1960. I grams and tokens of appreciation

The Family She's not dead sho's just away. .
May she, rest in peace and light
.** Special thanks to Father
OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSWe IN MEMORIAMIn perpetual Mr Alex shine Walker upon, husband her Charles F. Cooper of St Peter's
4 the family: of the late Orthodox Church, the Range
The family of the late, MRS. ETHEL JANE FRANKS loving memory of our dear And Mr. Nealy Grandchildren Williams, son Funeral Home for their services
MR. RAYMOND K. RAIN wish -to express our sincere appreciation mother, daughter, sister and that were rendered in the behalfof
who passed! away on March 30, and thanks to our wife the. family. May God bless
wishes to express Its deepest appreciation many friends for telegrams, CARD OF THANKSIn you one and all
to all the many kind floral pieces, cards and other expressions The Bethel Family
) friends, for the kindness, shown of sympathy duringour sad but loving memory. of
during the hours of its bereave recent bereavement. May our dear sister
ment. Thanks to those who sent God bless all of you.
beautiful flowers, offerings, cards Vera Naibbie, daughter I SEA T1kJ.
of sympathy, telegrams, and donated Eugenie Bethel, daughter
the use of their cars. Alvilda Scavella, daughter :
Special thanks to the Key West Ruth Culmer, daughter

Funeral Home, Father John H. Jerome Franks, son Francis .
Reese, his priest, Mrs. Earnes- 2 sisters, 23 grandchildren
I I tine M. Welters, ''florist, and Rev. 4 great Grandchildren s Nardy E. Rawls of 14760

J 4.,, F. Hooper. May God bless Pierce St., Richmond Heights,
'each' and everyone of you. CARD OF THANKSWe died at Kendal Hospital on

The Bain Family the family of- the late, April 16. Services were held on
April 22 at Ectbenzer Methodist
CARD OF THANKSWe -.", .Y ,. Church1.< Survivors are hU wife,
.. .,
{;t. <: Albirtha, a brother, three sisters.
the family of the late M

;J James Johnnie Graham of
-r""" '.1.' : 1747 NW 5th Ave., died April

,4Jf 21. Services were held April 25

4 I In the chapel. Survivors includea
I't : I brother, a sister.
: ; JIY.
.,; J :
i
a- ;:" '. 'j 1 __ _: ; I I Baby Boy Stephens of 1715
t' NW 5th r.ve. was stU'born on
I
it! MRS. DOROTHY MURRAY April 24 Graveside services in
k, w <' MCCARTHY Paradise Cemetery He is survived

,'.' .' who departed this life April 27, by his parents.
: 1959.
'" :,: "There is no death! The Mars Range '
"- go down ETHERLENE MORLEY .

To rise upon some other shore, DULLARD
( :i A And 'bright in heaven's Jeweled who departed this life April 23, Fred Johnson of 422 SW 11th
el Y .
j bv 1943. St., died April 23 at Kendall
crown,
.
,. .
) '. .... ".t. '/> : They shine forevermore." Sister, it's been 18 years since Hospital. Survivors Include his
I 1. ::'J- _:; ...) .t. The Murray and the you've left us, but it seems like widow, Vandella: his mother,
MASTER LOUIS F. GILCHRISTtake McCarthy Families yesterday, yet again we hope to :Mrs Cordelia Johnson of Augusta
this method of thankingeach meet thee when the day of life' Ga., two sisters, Mesdames
and everyone who came to is fled, then in heaven with joyto Jessie M. Freeman and Andozia
us in our bereavement.We IN MEMORIAMin greet thee, where no farewell Scott. Arrangements are incomplete

thank you for the cards, tears are shed .
telegrams, donation and flow sad but loving memory of Mrs. Virginia Morley -
ers, and a special thanks to the our dear husband, father and Newbold, sister Lawrence Vickers of 2365 NW
I .f neighbors of 63rd and 65th Sts. brother. Roosevelt Morley, brother 74th terr. was pronounced dead

Liberty Beautician Unit No. 66, "" -'-' Mrs. Alma Smith, aunt on arrival 'at Jackson Hospitalon
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*'' LUTHER WHITTAKERtake and. many thanks to Mrs. Sarah ', .et',... 'T,f. _, _., ., h'M' Roosevelt Newbold, nephew April 23. He was. the victim
this time to thank our many Sherry, his teacher and the Lib :: :.: <. : .. Host of nieces, nephews of an accidental fire which occurred
friends for their kindness and erty City Elementary School, the T'I." f And the family in the vicinity of his
'.,ayinpathy shown during our be. pastor of Zion Hope Baptist :: ''; home. He is survived "by his
feavcment. Church and the Range Funeral V I Lest Ye ForgetIn mother, Mrs. .Anna Vickers, three
We wish to give special thanksto ) .. ,; brothers, Henry, John and Frank
Rev. Thedford Johnson, the Home.Mrs.. Essie Qllchrist /i.m Vickers. He is being sent to
7t :. j memory of our mother Dublin, Ga. for final
Range' Funeral Home, the staff And Family << rites
and,, owrkmen at the Fontaine- r -... .. '
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.bleau hotel and fellow' Elks for IN MEMORIAMIn r"ii > : << : j::iIj; Mrs. Addle Smith, of 2952 NW

"their services, cards and donation r 44th St., died at her home on
*. loving memory of our hus 1, i, April 24. Survivors include two
Many thanks to you all band and father, daughters, Mesdames Marian
Doris Whittaker, wife EPHRAIM LEVI NEALY Rodgers and Pauline Samuels,
r
Mrs. Lola Scott, sister who departed this life April 27, two eons, Howard and Oscar, a
Mrs. Pearl Weir, sisterAcknowledgment 1960. I sister, 19 grandchildren 19
Gone but not forgotten. May II treat grandchildren Serviceswill
he rest in peace. Y be conducted on Monday,
Wife and Children I wt Aprij; 31 at 4 p.m. at Antioch
We, the family of the late Baptist Church .of Drownsv11le.I .

IN MEMORIAM: .'
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In loving memory of our dear ,
mother, daughter and aLder FOR SALE


Y w ,A Modern easy living for only
; L- A DAN ROLLE ;, $104 a month. Beautiful
who departed this life on April ;' ....... .: dream home with
-) swimming
19, 1959. '< r z6 Gone, but not forgotten. ,'v: ,, !\.: ....., .> .. ; pool and cabana, large
i'
:
..., > ,. .. .l patio, electric
"Twilight and evening bell, 4 .. ,. \.. barbecue
o f'F'..
:
After that the dark; Ii ,. ,: ;,. "<, : .{r> 4 with ink, exotic rock gar-
I hope to Pilot face to .
see my I t. ;! < J" den, central heat and air
face, : ,' ." .;' > :: :t. ', > condition
When I have crossed the bar." ; 3 bedrooms, Fla.
The Family MRS JESSICA SAWYERwho room, built-in bar with
departed this life May 3, sink
awning
1960. garage, fenc-
IN MEMORIAMJOHN Gone i U the one we first loved ed, hibiscus, fully equipped

best. Gone is the one who knowus kitchen plus many extras.
.---. best. May we always remer- Near 163rd St. shopping
t ber the tender love of our moth. center and Washington
er who now rests from her labor. ,
4 Mrs. Eunice Curry, daughter Park. See it now between

Mrs. Rosa Demeritt, Dght. 1 and 5 Fri., Sat., Sun.
4 Capt. Robert Sawyer, son 1552 N.E. 150th St. or call
Mrs. Merllne Sawyer.
WI
7-4883.
; MRS. ESTELLA LONG a* daughter-in-law I

who passed on March 11, wishto And grandchildren' ,

sympathy express shown our gratitude us during for our the _______.' __H_ ..____. -......._..........................................................................N.N./

hour of bereavement. BLONEVA, HAMILTON K
DUNWOODYwho !r WE INVITE YOUR COMPARISON !

i Our thanks to the man y departed this life April 30, The following are Homes -. Not Just Houses .
5 friends and families for the 1960.
; flowers, cards and telegrams. A Though we bow our heads in Beautiful 3-bedroom, Florida room, barbecue.
..... special thanks to ;the '$t. John sorrow over her passing, we re- I'I ." Furnished -i-
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I' Baptist Church and members, a Ize now that sorrows humanizeall "' '- "It-
the Phyllis Wheatley Eminent* races, because tears are the e Gorgeous bedroom, large Florida room air

4. ary School ..staff, the Range showers that fertilize this world. .. 'conditioned, barbecue, outdoor lightingDoll
M Funeral Home and our neigh Loving and kind in all her ways
bore. Your kindness will never upright and just to th$ end of ': 'ft house extra large f rooms You
5. be forgotten. her days, sincere and true in her wont' believe
it for the
heart and mind, beautiful price _
Frank E. Jones, son a mem
Helen Jones, ory she left behind. Gone but
Executive home. Pool cabana
k not forgotten. Florida room
daughter-!n-law
I Karen Ponder, grand-Dght, Ralph Jr., Rodney, Ronald, A. THURSTON Central air condition-heat
Rodney Jones, grandson Norma Jean, Dunwoody, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
Michele Jones, grand Dght childrenMrs. Thurston, died April %5. 1955. lEGAL REALTYMU
its Jimmy Jones, grandsonAdvertise Lea Hamilton, mother Gone, but not forgotten.
t' Cyril and Kenneth Mav light perpetua; shine up
I,. Hamilton brothers on him, and may he rest in 8-3923 PL 8-0290

'.- Ralpb Dunwoody Sr., Nights Sunday Weekdays
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CITY double attraction is '50 cents The Winner! .
dance only la 35c. 1 I b l
The McKenzie instrumental Robbie McCray, Keva Carey,
ensemble, a group with less thana Lassie Blackshear Madelyn _
year's experience, and yet Squire and other BTWltes who
one In scope, performed beautifully are Amicettes enjoyed the Cin .
rYti
: for us last week. Good luck derella Ball Friday night at 1
and thanks for opening: this new Floral Heights Elementary.
facet of learning for LCE's student I

family. PINE VILLALast
Irene Edwards, the narratorfor
our LeE players is presenting week the library club
"Adalmlna's Pearls" over sponsored in celebration of Na ,.
station WMBM this week. The tional Library Week, a slogan T---I
members of the cast, all of whichare and "where would, you find" -

from Mrs. Sara Cherry'sroom contest. The contests were open ..
grade 6, are: Barbara to pupils in grades 3 through 6.
Day, Donald Pond, and Annie The slogan judged best by the ti St.' Stephen's Church Kinder- NAACP's Crusader
Perry. Let's not forget that the i faculty library committee was: ten located at 1781 NW 73rd st. .;z
L & 24 For Sale
can be heard this ? opened on April Rummage
group Sunday "Want to be Wise?-Read!P' It ; MondaYi
between the hours of 't-8 a.m. was written by Audrey Harris, further on call PL The Crusaders Club of the .10*
"Follow The Sunset musical a third grader. 86067. cal NAACP Is sponsoring a giant
extravaganza with a cast of rummage sale on 'next Saturday,
hundreds is coming Date: May The .runner-up, Zeptlia Minnie,' r FOR RENT May 6 at the patio of Mt. ZLon
22 at the LCE ca' torlum. also entered "Reading Makes Life I Baptist Church, NW 3rd are at
Worthwhile.: FURNISHED _. ROOM. Double. 9th st. The public: is Invited to
Arthur Butler a fifth grader, In the "Where would you' lr"s Call NE 4. 1934.FURNISHER the sale. 'L
accepted the first prize for the find" contest, the winner was _
poster contest (National Library Sylvia George, fourth grade, and APT. with porch .", J'
Week) with as much enthusiasmand the runner up prize went to ; Y4t and yard. ,Reasonable. .Call OX FOR SALE
gal'antry as did Mr. Lan Helen Joyce Foy fourth grade. 1-0870. 1952 NASH Ambassador q'f 120
caster when he accepted his Os w
Pine Villa Elementary was 1451 NW 43rd St.
car .several Mondays ago.. represented in the county Spelling KING for a furnished room I
Mrs. Mary F. Williams, principal Bee by Fay Batson a sixth with kitchen privileges In alean FURNISHED House '1'. (t
; D. Ricardo IV, reporter.B. I grader. : place call OX 14864. down, pay balance on easY1'D ytwent.
Mrs. Maude Chandler, principal 2147 NW 61st St. Pbp$
T. W. HIGH SCHOOL ; George L. Sands, reporter. r# ,PRIVATE room and bath, kitchen NE 51958. (\
privileges. Single. Only $8
Practice for the senior clans RAIN OW PARKOur NE 55283. NEW ARMSTRONfl MANOR
play, "Meet Corliss Archer" is I Homes. Pay out In 20 years
underway. Presently, tryout for school's first radto pro MODERN FURNSHED room with Prices $11,990 to $13,850, froth
the p'ay are being made to se gram was presented Sunday at ( mpt kitchen privileges In a. clean $345 down. Model furnlshe?,
lect the performers who will appear 015: am. over station WMBM. \ ; place. OX 14864. SW 161st St., near SW 101..4
in the play.Commencement. The history of Rainbow Park was Ave. Ora D. Taylor Realty,,',>,<,u3I.
activities. are given by pupils from the fourth, .... ROOM. 1444 NW 71st St. OX manager. ,
being scheduled for Municipal fifth and sixth grades. 16073., Call after 5 p.m. -,
Auditorium and Dade County April 10 the annual Color Day Mrs. Ruby Castelow, winner of ONCE BEDROOM. CBS. Ojd:
Auditorium. Speakers have been celebration was held. This day Is the "MlBB Alpha Chi Pi Omega" ONE J3EDROOM furnished apt home, carports, remodeled Aa 4
selected to present the class to honor tnd celebrate the birth. contest was awarded a trip to in duplex. 1928 NW 52nd St. painted In and, out. flO.WCr, ,
theme "N"v' Frontiers For date of our school, Donald Jack. Nassau, Bahamas. Miss Detty No children. $500 down. $75 per montbria( >
Youth." con and Adrlna Montgomery Wlllard runner up, was present* eludes all. Ora D. Taylor, Rullr
A colorful change Is taking reigned as Color Day King and ed with a clock radio.A LARGE APT-LIKE front room. CE 54246. :,
place on campus. The building in! Queen from the primary depart. ,Private entrance. Also one studio _____
being painted. Hear tell the In. ment. Joyce Tanksley and James big thank you to all who room, man preferred. 1027 BEAUTIFUL corner lot fer7t'btdream
side will also be painted this Singletary reigned as Color Day have supported us in this effort. NW 55th' St.FURNISHED. hornet! Size 121 x, 105:&.-
summer. The superior DTW King': and Queen from the Inter. r cated on corner 'Buchanan ,"sj a
Thespians returned from Florida mediate department. Mrs. Florence Efficiency. 775 148th St. New section, Richmond
A&M University where they attended V. Holloway and S. Frank NW 69th St. Adults only. PL Heights. $1,000 cash ,equity,
the Drama Festival April McKoy were chosen as faculty APIS. fOR SALES 4-9069. balance $2,000 at $30 fcer
1820. As usual they received King and Queen. month. Call Ora D. Taylor Real.
'superior ratIngs and t I 5-4246
excellent In.'dlvldual We emerged victoriously againIn APARTMENTS and house. Reasonable ty, CE
citation. They were the our annual spelling; contest Luxury'' 4-unit apt. The finest price. Close: to school,
'Only group to receive superior in against Bunche Park Elemen and transportation. City water SODA Dry. Holds 10 cases,
gall areas entered three super. tary in the contest .which was built 4-unit in the city. See Mr. John, 2415 NW 50th at. OX 1.2223.. See 5820 NW 17th
for .ratings it' ,il.tiarah held Friday, Aprils 14 in the Flat tile roof, porch, all ave.

Hammltt, a !senior plac: cafetorlum.. We captured first electric kitchen and I utility BEAUTIFUL HOME at 14860, :
I
ed third In' the State Typing place for the third consecutive! rooms., All rented 3 are Fillmore St., Richmond heights Light Oak Bed and Spring ,$$7/00
Contest: held in Daytona Beach year. This means that we will bedroom, oak floors, tile bath, Desk Chest 7,50
April 23. BTW tracksters participated keep the victory trophy perma completely furnished. Owner carporte, fenced yard. Call Ora Oas Wall Heater' ;20>00
<< in the Dade track nently in our trophy case. The builder will convert to D. Taylor Realty CE 5-4246, Pair of Lamp Tables 3,00
meet at Moore Park last Satur contest winners are, first place, beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath Phone Stand .j JHELP 00
day. As a whole the team is improving Curtis Solomon Rainbow; sec apt. plus 2 rental units. APARTMENTS Furnished or Call:! PL 0-6009
This .L.. a special ond, Emerson Spencer and third, unfurnished. $16,75 920. Call
p'ea for each of you to help the Sharon Clark. Minimum cash requred I". Ora D. Taylor Realty. CE 5-4246 WANTED;
school: newspaper in their bid for
financial solvency! A treat Is in NOTICEDade $5,000. See at 1231 N.W. ROOMS with hot and cold water SALT HKLl WANTED
OPPORTUNITIES for ambitiousNegro
store for each of you Saturday 77th Terr. Call PL 7-0930 $7.50 and $8,50 per week. 5320
night In the BTW gym when the County Young Democrat days. NW 30th. place NE 48244. men and women.. We. pay
learn FR .1 ut.
Warriors the Park Championsmeet Ic Association will hold its reg M6 as you
the BTW cagers In a ular monthly meeting Monday, LARGE COOL bedroom Nice --
"grudge", game on the. basketball May 1. 8 p.m. at the Mary Eliza, neighborhood. One block to bus, Personal Attention to/AU
court. This promise to be the beth Hotel. Jitney and shopping. Privilegesjust Nurses and Substituted 1
saason's hottest game. Important committee, reports, like home. NE 46310. tf* *',-
Game time Is 7:30: p.m. The including: boat ride. Mothers i
3 Brand New FURNISHED bedroom apt. You are I losing many t.'goqdnursing
Couple. 1225 NW 66th St. near '
Liberty City Homes shopping and transportation.NE cans and Job.. because
36167.FURNISHED. we are unable tor locate -
;i OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M. you! Please regular
'v4 Efficiency apart.
1260 N.W. 55th St. conveniences. your new address and
tnents. All modern
phone number. New applications -
1437 N.W. 56th St. $12.60 per week, 3268ft NW
r1v 839 N.W. 56th St. 46th st. OX 13523. for live-in nurses' ac
cepted.
L Free! 1 Year's Taxes FURNISHED efficiency, free Reliable Nursing Service
L k a eectric, 775 NW 69th st PL
Free! 1 Year's Insurance
Beach.J
4-9069 Adults only. 432 Espanola, Miami

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F TIME FOR A Jacob Cohen; Sandra Williams, And Fillmore St. As Low as $250
daughter of Mrs. Gertna Wil LOW DOWN PAYMENT "
CROWNIt' hams! Dana Chapman, daughterof :
Mr. and Mrs. William Chap- LOW MONTHLY Prices from $9,300
time man; Lynda Hopkins daughterof PAYMENT .
May at Jackson'sToddle
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hopkins; sv..4
Inn. Jean Rol.e: (not shown) daugh 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage $62.00 per month pays everything ,..A
A time to dance and singA
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Rolle. Built-in Oven and: Range
time to crown a king and three bedroom model at .
See the ,
queen Rear: Otis Haywood II, son of Tremendous corner lot
May 12, 1961 at 7:30 p.m. )lr. and Mrs Otis Haywood Jr., Sodded and landscapedOra
On the court of Jackson's Toddle Joseph Durnett ton of Mr. and 10835 S.W. 221.t Street, Goulds
Inn. 3038 NW 48th Terr. Mrs. Joseph Burnett Sr.; Vergle D. Taylor CE 5-4246
Shown are contestants for Taylor, ion of Mr. and Mrs.
May Day honors. First row: Charles Taylor; Willie James t ,',', .' '" DeCarlo Homes, Inc. HI 4-4681
L.rrcnce Brown son of Dr. and Johnson son of Mr. and Mrs. "

Mre.. John O. Drown; Cheryl Grant Dee; Michael Thomas sun I JOIN THE NAACP!
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' THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Registration At enter school. .
: Parents who do not have birth

"9 PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1961 Holmes School certificates for children born in
them at
Dade County may get
all children '
! Registration lor 1360 NW 14th st.
who will be in first grade begin
ing September, 1961 will be
Dramatists Blow held at Holmes Elementary TIMES ADS
I Slap hr." School Monday, May 1, Friday, MIAMI
May 6, 2 3:30.: A child must DON'T COST THEY PAY
I be six,,years old on or before;

,i; Aaainst Delinquency I
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*ev McNicholas Realty
, By RAYMOND D. ARANHA bnty: In the wave of crime by
Instructor In Speech ruin Drama Juveniles, It Is now time to an
i' Mays High School swer the question: "How Is the Many Homes in Stephens Manor

adult population going to handle Northwest 73rd St. to 79th St., west of 7th Av.
I Have you ever stopped to wonder this problem?" This answer is
what Is the greatest risk to quite easy to give: Adults makean FOR SALE
our American Heritage? Probably honest united effort to understand 't ?
: you fear that Is the mis what makes our youth ; FHA TERMS2BEDROOM
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sties of war or probably the tick"Probably .. SPRINKLER
LIVING ROOM
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looming teeth of a depression or one of the greatestlessons Shown are Edwin Demeritte, ,
probably; even nature's lashes of to be learned on com president) of the Miami Chapter SYSTEM
' tornadoes. and hurricanes. batting delinquency Is taught of the Florida A and M University Kitchen Garage
I' If these are your fears, then through the dynamic presentation Alumni Association present o Patio Range
they are misplaced, for none of written by Kristen Sergei. ing to Willis Murray, vice pres. o *
these pose as great a problem as This presentation stunned TV ident of the General Alumni Association w Barbecue Pit Dishwasher
the slow disintegration of audiences on Studio One and a check for $300 to pe O Tile Bath A Refrigerator
America through the dlslntegra was a tremendous smash 'motion used for the National Defense '
tlon of the moral standards of oicture hit starring Sal Mineo. Matching Loan Fund, $13,000$400'DOWN EASY TERMS
our youth. Search the headlines This writer is referring to the .
j t f of today's papers and you will tory of the crimes and rehablll'atlon One mortgage only No balloon note

see that one of the growing and of a bitter, angry Juvenile Royal Twenty NewsThe .
most acute problems In AmericaIs 'n a play entitled, "Dlno."
the sudden upsurge of vio For the }benefit of once again Royal Twenty Women's McNICHOLAS REALTY
lence by not hardened criminalsbut Bringing this great lesson to the Club held its regular meeting at
the youth In their fight fora Metropolitan area, the Mays the lovely home of Mrs. Hose 7927 N.W. 7th Ave.

place In the sun. Our numberone High Dramatic Club will present Bryant, 3636 Frow. ave., April PL 4-8853 PL 1-7592
then \ Juvenile de all
threat this stirring play for to see 16.
;llnquencyl on May 17 and 18.
No one wants to see a youthon Preliminary reports were 20 More Homes to Choose FromIn
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ADULTS ARE RESPONSIBLEIt the wrong path; therefore, made concerning the annual Same Area

\ Is trait of the reading pub Churches, organizations, citizens, I dance that was held at the Bay-
I lie to glance over the term 'eaders and parents, be sure to front auditorium. Many obser $300 Down and $400 Down
"Juvenile deMnquency" and say' lee Mays High's tremendous pro. rations were made but these
I quietly, "Not my son or daugh duction of "Dino" in all Its will be incorporated into a final
violence and pathos and grief .
report.A
I ter." This creates a false secur
tly! False, }because Juvenile and love on May 17 and 18. general review of the many
I problems stem from all types of acivitles of the club was made
homes and from all paths of OMEGAS TO with suggestions!' given which it
!t life.". Is felt will lead to a broader DUMAS MILNER
1 Therefore, before placing this HOLD ANNUAL program with goal of greater'
service being foremost.The .
article aside as Just another
: builder : BOAT CRUISE
readllne or vocabuary hostess was thanked for
ash yourself these questions: i I the delicious meal that was CHEVROLET
How Is the adult population I The local chapter of Omega served .by Mrs. Malinda Hlppard.
going to handle the problem? or "si Phi Fraternity will: hold Its Mrs. A. B. Dunn, president, Mrs.
even more, 'Are the adults to be annual Boat Cruise on the Ethel Peavy, reporter.
. blamed for what Is twisting beautiful "Dreamboat", Friday, Your New and Friendly Dealer
youth Into the wave of gangster May 12.The .
ism? boat will sail and dock at Now Features A Line of Top Quality Used Cars
SAVE MONEY AT
S. E. 2nd st. and Biscayne Blvd.
The main causes of Juvenile Sailing time is 8:30: p.m. Boat At Bargain Prices
1 delinquency seem to suggest a,. will be In dock for passengers at Council Thrift Shop
"yes"' for the latter question. 7:30: p.m. so that the stun can 1958 Chrysler Imperial--4-Door
I Adults are responsible for the begin early. Cruise.wear is in 1203 N.W. 54th St. Hard top, full lower, automatic Transmission
of delinquency. No matter $1795
wave of delinquencycan order for a hully gullying good Radio and heater ..................................?..........................N
how many causes time. Concession!! operated by theQ's
Clothing for the entire
be listed nor how different
will btfuly: supplied with
they may seem, they all seem to beer, soft drinks, sandwiches family, small electrical appliances 1959 Ford 2-Door V-8 $995
stem from some grave Inadequa lad the traditional conch salad. jewelry Radio, standard transmission ............................................
toy I,
ties In our society, and adult >Cost of tickets is $2.00 for
set the standards for our society. the 3-hour cruise which pointsto gift items, books 1955 Chevy Bellaire 2-Door

the best cruise ever to .beheld books. lined top, V8, radio, standard

Here are some of the causes Ticket are available from Bring riiKK this: ad GIFT in for Transmission .......................................................... $495
that may be listed: Brothers of Omega, Economy
1. Injustices of society confuse Drug Store, llth St. and 3rd Open 10-4 Daily 1954 Chrysler 4-Door CODE
the Juvenile population In Ave., Shirley's) Record Shops,
what Is right and what Is wrong. 64th st and 15th ave., Dunn's' Automatic transmission, radio, power steering ............ $du J

2. Extreme restrictions disable Drug Store, Grand Ave., Coconut .
Juveniles in their desire to I Grove and Edward's Pharmacy, ---

understand their very human I Richmond Heights. I SEE THE SOUTH'S LOW, LOW DOWN PAYMENTTERMS

problems..
3.. Poor Inadequate leaders LEADING COLORED TO SUIT YOUR OWN FAMILY
For'the BUDGET
create pour examples for youth. complete and
:4. Poor home conditions thru guaranteed exterminationof
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4181 S.W. 8th Street
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environment, divorces, i'legltlma 4-3566
N
cy, create hostility in youth.
6. Parents and adults become CHINCH BUGS N ---r; __..... "" .... .. ':;7.'''':' ,
so involved In the present that FLEAS ANTS TICKS -
they forget the pressures of the I I
past that motivated their desiresas ROACHESand Not a Palm Readier Not a Fortune Teller

youth; therefore they never all other outdoor pests Not a Rootman Not God Either But

their really own completely children. understand Call NEwton 4-3759 JUST A GOD SENT MAN

"DINO" 1 BLOSSOM PEST CONTROL Rev. Shepherd Bogaetora
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COMPANY Do you hays a problem?
If by now some adults seem tosenie I Let her year of experience guide
their Individual responsl- i and protect you throughout life Business Bad, Marriage ,
as a lighthouse guide the ships Ir ; Falling, Can't win the manor
----------------- ---------------- a storm. For success In business
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and love. .y ; woman you love, Deen

Crossed, Nredloner,
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Everything Going Wrong?
-CONSULT HER- i. ,;' (': Health Had? Can't Satisfy
DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET 1 n
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GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. Want a New Home or Car

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Featuring The Tastiest Food in Town 7 p.m. W5 Never before In the history }\

At Popular Prices DAILYSunday of Miami, have so many
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Half Chicken .................................. 50c : great wonder man. :
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Perk Chops .........,. ...................... SOc a.m. p.m.READING
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Fish Sandwich ..... ........... ................ 25c r _
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French Fries .................... lOc and 15c

Hot Meat Patties ..... .........,.......... 25c 23 Years Experience 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 9-9138

.: Fried Shrimps .................................. 50c MADAMHUNTER In Key West Every Tuesday at 708 Angela StreetIn J

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Cold Slaw and French Fries with all 50c Orders Marathon 'Every Wednesday 9 to 9
At Johnson's Barbecue StandIn
Above items also available at same price at 167! N.W. 73rd ST.

CHICK 'N' CHIPS No. 1, 704 N.W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI, FLA. Opa Locka at 16101 N.W. 27th Avenue

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GREATER NEW ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.

P. W Williams, pastor
BETHEL WOMEN Mrs. Burnesta Green reporter

i Sunday School ... . 9:30
RAISE Morning Worship . 11:00
$3,000 BTU . . . I:30
Evening Worship . .. 7:00
L .Ll..aJi.11&I
Friday night, April 29 No. 9
choir of St. Luke is sponsoringa

BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe NEW BETHEL BAPTist ANT10CH BAPTIST musical program at the church
beginning at 8 p.m. Some of

Baha'i Assembly of Mi 1571 N., W. 68th Terrace Rev 6. W, ,i Ftfstef, pSatof t Miami's most outstanding singers -
ami elected its officers for the Rev Ernest Williams pastor Rachel B. Prttt, t i ttAt/// will be there The public '10

coming Baha'i year at the an Beacon Fred Williams, reporter Sunday School . . .:SO 1 -J' v invited,
nual election held lajst Saturday Runday Schqo.l. v. . ,9:30 Morning Worship . IMP'BTU. ( e .? Also Sunday night there will

evening at the Baha'i Center. Morning worship . 11:00, .. .. .....' . . 5:3tf be an after service program
The officers, all of whom were Evening Service . . 7:00 Evening Worsn'lD' . 7:00 sponsored by No. 2 choir.
elected: are: Mrs. Eml'y This program consists of The
April 27 thru 30 the Atlantic thoughthe
Bethel "We should worship as
chairman; Miss Olive White Robe Gospel Singers and
Alexander, vice chairman: Miss Coast Association meeting will DIety were present. If my others.
convene at Mt. Olivette ,Baptist mind is not engaged In my wor-
Ida Solomon, secretary and A:1: members of St. Luke are
George Savitt, treasurer, Church with the Rev. I. C. Mic- shl, it Is as though I worshipped asked to keep on mind the
kins as pastor. The music on not."Confucius. Mother's Day rally.

The Assembly will present the the opening night wiU be ren We were happy to have the Pray for and visit the sick

cast of its series of five discus dered, by New Bethel choir. Rev. 0. A. Pratt from Mt. Oli and shutlns. Mr*. Essa Mae

Ions on the book, "The Promise In this meeting elect deacon vette Baptist Church visit us Small at Jackson Hospital, Mrs.
of All Ages," 8 p.m. Sunday, Willie: Ferguson, will'' be ordain during our morning worship. He Aqullla Anderson, Christian

April 30 at the Center, 137 NW ed. spoke with us from, "Success in Hospital and others at home.
11th ave. The theme for this There will be baptism the Failure."

session will be: "What God's first Sunday in May. ST. PAUL A. M. E.
The male chorus under the
Promise Means to Me." The pub The Sunday School was hon ,
tic is Invited ored to have visiting with them direction of Bro. James Cobb, Is Rev M. J. Fayson, pastor

last Sunday morning, our district sponsoring "A Dumb Ride" on Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter

EBENEZER superintendent of the Atlantic Saturday, April 29. They will MRS WILBNR ROBiNSON Sunday School . . 9:30
METHODIST I Coast Association, Deacon leave the church at 8 p.m. Destination Chairman Morning Worship . 11:00

Rev Aaron D. Hall. Pastor Charles Gibson At that time, he unknown You may pure The members of the Greater Evening Worship '. . 7:00
E. Ingram, reporter gave the Sunday School a short chase tickets from any member
Bethel Church
New
Baptist are
Sunday School..................... &::3C but inspiring message. The boys of the male chorus. well pleased with the success of Sunday, April 23, St. Paul observed -
Morning worship ................ 11:00 and girls are preparing them- The No. 1 choir, under the their ninth Woman's Day pro its 17th annual Men'aDy
Evening se'ves to all )leadership of Mrs. Mildred and not to be present you
wor&hlp l 7:00 do a superior job in gram. Mrs. Carrie Higgs was the
Pinckney, cordially Invites you missed a treat. Our speaker for
areas of the Congress.On .
worshipand
speaker at the morning
The Calendar Rally Was quitea this Saturday there will bea to Its annual spring tea, Sunday Murphy was the morning service was Rev.
MM. Evergreen
success. The total amount reported sale at Sister Meadows' home afternoon April 30 from 4 to 6 the epwaker!! at the evening ser W. F. Tanner, pastor of St.Mary's .
was $5,635.89 with the and the address is.1697 NW p.m. vice. M B. Church, CoconutGrove.
month of September group reporting 63rd st. His subject, "God said,
the highest amount: BETHANY S. D. A. The services were very splendid let us make man" A message'

I62D.8B. Mrs. Margaret Clarke, TRIUMPH CHURCH Both messages were very that touched everyone.
week of activities
captain, co-captains.' Mrs A special inspirational with broadening
The Doughter Elks of Greater
1:'Olse J. Prince ?fobl. begins tonight, April 28, at and
Rolle.: Mrs Willie M. C. pastor facts concerning the woman Miami Temple 769 worshipped
Plnder, Mrs. Prance V. John. Sla C. McKinney, reporter : Bethany, 8001 NW 25th ave. the three R's: Religion, Respect with us In the morning service.
is in celebration of
eon and Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson. School of WlSdotn 10!00 The program successful completion of and Responsibility Our guest ushers from Greater
the
The Y. P. E. Band 6:30:
September group was enter several months labor in raising Bethel AME Church served usi
tamed by groups 6f the other 11 Evening worship .,... fliOO funds for the now church which most efficiently. The Excelsior

months. Saturday, May 6, the Midgets Is soon to be constructed. Club he d Its regular meeting at

Uurhtg the process dt the ral l. Chorus of Richmond Heightsand Special l guests will be former .,w' the church Sunday evening.

ly much enthusiasm was display. : the Zelgler: Brothers! of Miami pastor, Elder J. b. Cox Jr., and The evening service was justas
ed hhiohg the members. will rehder1 a muscat! pro his fahiily Who now minister InNubvl11 inspiring as the morning ser

Tuesday night class meeting gram at the church. The admis T'ntt.180 expectedare vice. Our ,speaker was Nelson
Will be 'dd by senior Usher sion is free nnd the time is $ Elders J, H. Wagner and Adams, principal of Dunbar Elementary
hoard No. itEvery o'clock. The M. Ct will! be Rev. L. S. FolMto. : of Atlanta.All L.v$ School.
Ira McCall. the Mr. Tlmmous Is 111 in Jackson
activities
Monday night a class on Don't forget to listen! to "The banquet, with will take exception I Memorial Hospital. Mrs Elvira
Of
the ,
church membership Is conducted Words of Eternal Life." The school auditorium. Smith Is ill at home. Please visit

by Bro. Oswald Sands You are time is 8! 46 on station WMBM The place public at the Is Invited. For further .R A4ry a ,, the sick and shutin and take''

urged to come and learn more Sunday morning and yours truly Information call Pastor C. that friend to church Sunday.
about your church. will be the announcer this week.
D. Rock PL 75704.
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Our state mother M. A. Han- GREATER ETHEL A.M.E.w
Let us visit and pray for the klns has rfturhed from Nassau f fRev.
nick and shut-Ins. Sisters Pauline and reports a very enjoyable TEMPLE BAPTIST S. A. Cousin pastor

Woods, 1029 NW 1st court, apt. stay. M Mrs. Jenette Falcon, reporter
4; Francis Hylor, 31 4A NW 14th Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor 9:30: Sunday School .....................M ISO:

,t.: Emma Caldwell, 2411 NW E. Runday School 11:00 Morning Worship .................., HOT:
MT. HERMON A. M.
59th .l.; Wlltiemlna M. Davis, BTU Morning worship B:30:: Evening Worship .................... 7:00* ;

1523 NW 6th ave.; Mary Gra Rev S. J.. Gay pastor Evening worship 7:00 The Senior Missionary Society v

ham, Mt. Stunt. Hospital; Velma Sunday School . . 9:30 invite! you to join them In theta
Solomon, 1932 NW 6th ct.; Bro. Morning Worship 11:00: On Sunday memberof, "Missionary! Day" observance
Frank Klgglns. Veterans Hospital -ve""n; Worship . .7:00: Temple will worship at Mt. Oli Sunday, April. H*

Coral Gables. Publicity CommitteeThe vette Baptist Church where the MIIH. JUANITA UYLK8:
Ministers and Deacons' Union of I
people of Mt. Hermoii Co-CIininnnn
Liberty City LutheranN. the Atlantic Coast Association. II
have worked hard for the pant
In session.
:5 W. 58th St. and 15th Ave. month for the annual Spring The 'Talent on Parade" pro- At this glorious chosen to occasion reign as a
was
Auto Drive. This rally has been pram, sponsored by the Junior queen Greater New Bethel of
The Miss
Liberty City Lutheran named the Spring Auto Drive because
Training Union, Miss D. Hart, 1961. Mrs. Laura Cummings
Church holds
services every Sun club, board and organization
every
at
director, will: be presented honored woman and
the first
day at 3 p.m. at the Carver of the church has assumed '
2:30: at the church, and the of her
p.m.
1 is worthy
YMCA queen, very
NW 68th
and
st. 15th the name of an automo marriage of Miss Estella Hep
highestamount
and raised the
eve Sunday School c'asses are bile. The automobile: that drives burn and Ralph Bobby Adderley crown all of the
of over
Yield: at 2 p.m. This Sunday the :he furthest (raises the greatest I will take place at 4 .m. money The second honor
22 captains.
Hev. James Bouman will
preachn amount of money) will be acclaimed -
Porter
Mable
"The Foundation of ed woman was Mrs.
Hope.
the winner.
ST. STEPHENS BAPTIST Mrs. Victoria
and the third was
Holy communion will be celebrated The leader of thu board and

next Sunday, May 7. club with the highest; amount 1781 N.W. 73rd Street Much Morris.honor Is due to Mrs

over $100 will be awarded Rev. James P, Waldon, pastor chairman, and
Robinson
,
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. p'aques. Sunday School . . 9:30: Wilene Juanlta Ryles, cochairman,
Mrs
The senior choirs will perform Morning Service . . 11:00 of this wonderful
, Rev. C. J, Burney pastor in their respected orders. BTU . . . . 8:SOO for the succwjs
SI,. Claudia Wilson, reporter The pastor l t" expecting Sun- Evening Service . . 7:30: occasion!
Sunday School ........._....._.... 9:30: be out for This occasion will\ long be ro-
all
TPE Band 6:30 lay to an day a membered and the pastor and

Morning Service .................... 11:00: setter Mt. Hermon. Pray for the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist members sincerely thank each

Evening: Services .................... 7:30: sick. 402 N.W. 2nd Ave.n..Uandale. and everyone who participated.Rev .
'TU 5:30 Florida W. K. Smith Is pastor
? Church of The Open Door Conley clerk.:
>JCTU 6:30 Rev Benjamin Franklin, pastor and Mrs. Rozella .,
To all of our visitors and ConnentJooln Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter w- -'- --

friends note; that you are ale Rpv IT f MrTVrwHl pastor Evening Service 8 pm GRACE PRESBYTERIAN MAGGIE! M. GlUtEN

ways wecome: In our services at A. E. McNeal, reporter Sunday School....................... WO 6895 N.W. 14th Ave.
all times. Morning service .................... 1100: pastor Our own Evangelist Maggie M.
W. P. Savoy,
Sunday School . . 9:45 Evening!: service ........................ 7:00: Rev.School 9:80: Green will be the morDhii'Ipeaker

:FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa Men's Bible Class 10:00 BTU .............................._......_. 6:00: Sunday t1 00 using as her theme;
Morning Service : Faith With Perfect
Morning .services 11:00 "Walking by
. . 7:00
Evening Service Assurance of a Double Portion.
Locka HOUSE OF GODSAih'Tt
WA are now starting our THE Wed. Night Stony . 8:16 discussion Lt slated
Rev. W. J. Macon A panel
pastCrSara at 9:45:
church day on Sundays
E. McRae. secretary flundar School for the IN CHRIST Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. for the evening service. TbemefEducation
with 1612 N.W. 62nd St. without God is Uke
: Usher Board No. 2 celebratedits rhIMren. Men' Bible class at Mother E. L. Orange, pastor CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP a ship without a compass. Primary
the
for
first anniversary Sunday and 10-00 Youth Fellowship: Joseph W. Covlngton, reporter purpose: to point out tc
It proved to be a most inspiringday. teenagers and Circle meeting for Hunday School 10:00: 220 N.W. 20th Street the youth the importance of
Under the leadership of the ladle Regular morning services Morning Service 11:00 Elder O. O. Fann, pastor Christianity In acquiring an edu'
. . 10:00 _..
Mrs. Rosa Boozier, usher board at 11 a.m. Y. P. W. W. 6:30: Sunday School cation.
P j No. 2 is fast growing to be a May 7. wilt be known at Evening Service 7:30 Morning worship . 11:00 The moderator is Miss Laretta
Family Dav with confirmationof Christian Study . . ":00 Mist
most capable .
group.CHRISTIAN 11111I and panelists are
. 7:30
.
a class of children and Holy MT. AARON BAPTIST Evening service Maxine Hawkins, Miss Shirley

1 SCIENCE Communion also fellowshlpplng Johnson and Anthony Jones. *
of nw members In the church. 6840 NAV. 11th Av. NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH

Christian Science Society, NW Other events. May 14, )foth.ers' Rev C. W. Scott pastor BAPTIST
t, Miami holds Its services every Day with special programs.Mav Dea. Earl Colden. clerk Rev. H. C. Samuels paitoyMr SMYRNA

Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T. 21st. Youth Vesper Service Sunday; School ........................ Wt *. Evelyn Granger reporter 1772 N.W. 62nd St.
Washington School. Testimonial with music by Northwestern Morning: Worship ................ IWf Sunday School _...--._.. 930 Morning worship . 11:00

mowings are held once a month Center Junior Cole: .. BTU ......................_....._..NN_ 5:QO<<1 Morning service ..._......-..... 11:00: Evening worship . . 1:1.. .
......_......................... 5:3 CII'vnlnt
the fast Wednesday In each Friends and visitors are always Fwnlng' Worship .... ............ "w BTU ......... Rev. J. A. Swain, pastor
TuesdayW: : worship .................... 10
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1 j THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Liberty City PTA entire to thank faculty all the and part1c1pants"1fhelped parents 10.., ?-
to make this >affair .no*

, PAGE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1961 Tea Big SuccessOn cessful.

. ... FORSALEOnly
, .AIr.i Sunday, April 16 at 4 p.m.

the PTA of Liberty City E'emen- .
tary School presented its Spring SEE THE WORLDS
i Key West America'sSouthernmost Ted and Fashion Show In the QftIsAT sl'lfd5fu $195 DownFor
i cafetorium. Hats off to the dee'
City orating committee, headed by
fly FRANCES B. PALMERAn Mrs. Parker! for the beautiful LEADER this 2-bedroom home.
scenery in keeping with Spring. AND PHYCHIC, READER newly painted, one mortgage
I Mrs. Thelma Turner, Mrs. Eater only at $65 monthly.

Impressive! ring ceremonywas Hospital at' Tuskegee. Dr. Benson Scott, Mrs. Wooden and to other be BISHOP HUNTERIf No closing cosU. Move right
committee members are
held at Douglas High School : who practiced here during will }hold.V .
World War II was well known commended for their untirrlng 'you are tick f1r worried dbit'tfall in. Firit deposit
pymnatorlum on April 7 when. and respected. efforts In' the preparation of re to Mie fine today.. Office hour r-., .. .
their rings.A
36. seniors received freshments. The program CdW- dally 1 p.in.. to 0 p.m. Thursday
short program was rendered mlttee of which, Mrs., Bertha 1 to 0 Sandal'11' tun.
I Dennis Sands, 9, son of Mr p.m. ,p.m. $495 Down
and Ttev Gem-ee!: W. Allen Methodist pastorof and Mrs. Charles Sands, was Sneed wa.s the chairman, assist. to 3. p.m. .
Trinity Wesleyan drowned on Sunday at the salt ed by Mrs.. Patten, Mrs. Fields
Church blessed the rings and Brand new 3-bedroom CBS,
others presentedan
pond near Marti Drive. He was and numerous READINGStl.oo
delivered a short talk which was featuring Florida .screened rear
pronounced dead on arrival at evening of entertainment
enjoyed. the Monroe General Hospital, tot models and adults porch built-in overt and

Mr. and Mrs. Benlamln Chapman after their boat capsized. Peter who' modeled beautifully while up range, 101'. nets TV let< Welters 14, was saved and is in Mrs. Lucille West of Glamourama -
: of 827 Emma St.. christen Lewis fair condition at the hospital Beauty Salon, 6920 NW 15th 8\V '1t8t. closing costs. One mortgage
Benjamin 541
I ed their eon fashions.
described their only.
Rnnrtav. April-23 at St. Peter'sEpiscopal ave.,
I Church. Fr. John H.Reece Alexander Forbes of 700 The highlight of the evening was m8TIIOLLYWOOD 4Y SEE 2991 N.W. 43rd TERR.
the baptism. Thomas St., popular barber in the hairstyle modeled by Mrs.
performed this community, died last week Angeletha- Deveaux 0 a t t b d "
Godparents are Mrs Yvonne 'In' Mftnrne (General: : Hospital!: TTo "Simply Superb," styled! by Mrs. FLA. PROF. ,HUNTER
': Rradlev, Dwavne Sears and was funeralized l on u1 last Saturday : Bertha Sneed of Glamorama.The $495 DownFor
1 Charles L. Sumners. in Miami. His pastor, Rev. audience was held spellbound .
K. D. White delivered the ser as Mrs. Ellen Days and this 3-bedroom CBS

Mr and Airs. Leslie (}. Fin mono Mrs. Bertha Sneed did comboutson home. FHA deal. One mort
der of 7 Robert Gabriel Ants stage.. Mrs. Days model was New Bargains!,
entertained their son Allle.!" who Fashionetta And TeaThe Mrs. Ethel Holder. Mrs. Sneeo's gage only $82.69 monthly
celebrated nnother natal day "ombout model was Miss Addle carport, 60 x 130'' lot. Closeto
George Washington Car MAKE OFFEROpen
Sunday, April 23. ver Elementary School PTA held Grant, a thunderous applause bus and shopping. No
followed the cimpletlon of the
Its regular meeting April 18 in 3-5' closing costs.
will h*' pm.
Woman's Day program the cafeteria.The combouts.An . ..
on May 14 at Bethel AME enjoyable time was had by a "" -
Church. The public Is Invited to association will present a'l who attended and the principal Down Payment;
I: come out to both rervlces. Rev. Us annual Spring Tea on this Mrs.. M. F. Williams, the Your Lot or. Home Opa Locka Beauty
I K: D. White Is the pastor. Sunday the school., April 30 at 4 p.m. at PTA president Willie Scott, the fyand new 3-bedroom CBS.
N.W. 59th St
1430 .
Mrs. Lillie Roberts!" sister of Come out and witness the latest Driveway to carport, jftlttU
Mrs. Rowena Finder of 210 in Spring Fashions for child- Many Thanks 3-bedroom, 2 baths,; garage, lied Florida rooms Oven and
Olivia 8t.Iq- Imnrovlnsr nicely at ren of all apes, modelled by the oak floors, built-in electric iah
19" TV
range.
students. This affair promises lobe Mav
four ,
Hollywood Hospital. She asks' toe Thirty- years ago on :
*> remembered to all of her the most interesting and en 1, I opened business' in the 800 kitchen, Florida rOOmt $7& DoWii>
tertaining of the season. block on NW Third Ave. '
friends. Featured aso: will be the Fla Manv thank to mv customersand 1232 NW. 66th Si. SEE 1949 N.W. land f ER;
Mrs. Augusta Hererra who Nightingales and many other friends who made my business '

nail .been PI' for sometime is now celebrities a success. I also wish to. 1426 N.W. 58th T rf.
Ozle Hankerson is president
it home. Friends wish her aspeedy : thank Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jul
Mrs. Hazel Troy, principal and ins of the Sunlight School of!
recovery. Mrs. Estella """*"** eBARON --
Dalley, reporter. Beauty Culture for the beautiful : Fair
Realty
.
Ushers Board No. 2 of Bethel citation rendered me recently.All JE 8-1340
AME Church will meet Monday TALK with TAYLORFR that I am and all that I
night May 1 at the church All hope to be, I owe to my friends NO MONEY' DOWNWe For Fair Deals
members are asked to be present. 9-1703 and customers.
Business of Importance. About your income tax Again, many thanks to all. build on I your lot 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Mrs.; Minnie Boles,
Sympathy Is extended to the LATE or WRONG Boles: Beauty Sho Cash paid for lot PL '7-1645
family of Dr. A. B. Benson who 1454 N.W. 3rd Ave. 812 N.W. 3rd Avenue your.
died last week In the Veterans Miami, Fla.
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