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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 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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BOYFRIEND Funeral! service f" will'*.:"be held

Wednesday, May 10, 3:30 p.m.
ARRESTEDA at Mt. Zlon Baptist) Church. The
j body will be .on view at the
well known young woman House of Albert noon Tuesday.
was savagely stabbed to death
t 'I V I early Wednesday morning In an'
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t : alley between 1126 and 1132-D WORKER DROWNSIN

NW 4th ave., according to the
: yMa'yi Homicide Bureau of 'the Miami

Police Dept. CANAL

Police said Miss Carolyn J.
Booker 23, 420 NW 9th St., apt.. Robert Cooper 50, ft construction
40, was hacked to death with worker tumbled into Snap
multiple wounds on her body per Creek Canal while workingon
about 5 a.m. She was dead on ,a. pipeline and drowned. Mon
arrlva; at the Medical Examiner's day.
office at Jackson Hospital.
A fe:;ow worker John Clark
A 1956 graduate of Booker T. 34 of 4824 NW 25th ct., said,,
Washington High School Miss "lIe Just stood up nnd toppledover.
Booker enjoyed a large friendship ."
among the younger peopleof
The two workmen were lay
the community She also attended -
cables in the pipe'
Kentucky State Collegefor Ing telephone
line when the mishap occurred
i a term. at the 18-foot deep canal, SW
Ponce arrested her boyfriend. 107th ave and Sunset Dr., near

group of lively young ladles end attendant; Erlcka Williams I Reeves and Madlyn Squire. All Edmund Demerrltte, 34, of 1328 South Miami at 1:30 p.m Monday
represent the entourage of and Delores Htggfl. are members of the Zeta Ami- NW Ind.., and charged him .

"Miss Cinderella." Left to right' Seated: Katberine Harrell, cettes a youth group sponsored with first degree murder. Police .think") r"Cooper*, l might
landing; Betty Gardiner Bar- flverlene: Edwards Rose Merman by the local Zetas. Miss Booker b survived by her have suffered l"k, lost his
oara Howe Patti Page LeVern Keva Carey, Rosella Fort Clyde Richardson was crown mother, Mrs. Mamie Doatwright
the'water.
'Blachshear Marsha ed "Miss Cinderella. (See story Coplln, a sister Leila: and a footing n 1
Lilly first attendent; Clyde con: Lessie. /
Richardson.... Nina Shorter sec: Kemp Laurestlne Mason Diane page 2)). grandmother, Mrs Lella Shlpp
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38TH YEAR, NO. 37 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 6,1961 SIXTEEN PAGES TEN CENTS
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a series of Interviews at I

the men aspiring Justice to Department presidential with-appointment .- t

as marshal!, Attorney I 3 CHARGED WITHGROCER'S -
Cen. Robert F. Kennedy has
been asking prospective marshals [
to consider naming qualified -
Negroes as their deputies.Of .
the 600 deputy federal MURDER _

marshals over the country only Pp-_
25 are Negroes.He .
is said to "be putting stress After the murder weapon was Charleston S. C. prison on armed I-

a n marshals' whose districts found hidden between the grl'l' robbery charges; Evans a
have 15 percent or more NegroesIn :and the radiator of a parked James Hughes 22, of 670 NW
the population. car three men were charged with 22nd St.. and Ulysses Salter 27,
Some of the prospective mar first degree murder Tuesday in of 223 NW 12th st., are charged
shale have readily agreed withKennedy's the shotgun slaying of an elderly with the grocer's murder
idea. But one South-
am marshal complained to his grocer. They all; have armed robbery WASHINGTON DC. Four ami, editor In chief and polltlfa -
The 12 shotgun that
friends that be could not guar gauge records and police *ald they will student editors of The Promethean science editor; and Roy V.
killed 62 old Cruz Oonzales
antee the safety of a Negro deputy -year- be questioned In' the Oct. 1, the new arts journal at Schneider of St Thomas, VIrgin
Jlmlnez in Jan. 18 holdup
was
who might knock on the a 1960 murder ho'dup of Frank Howard University are shown Islands, science (editor All
door to serve a summons in his found Stanton by said Motorcycle Detective Officer Sgt.Bob J, Fountain, a South Dade grocer. following a formal presentation are seniors In the College of Liberal -

area. DILucchlo. 3t a copy of the first issue of Art. Tho monthly journal
The local Democratic leaders RUNAWAY the journal to Dr. Armour J. nut published In April, contains
and the Justice Department The police were "tipped off" Blackburn (seated), dean ofatudcn essays'by faculty membersand
recommend federal marshals, by an informant the sergeant ts. The editor( are (from students, poetry and short
and they are appointed by the said SPEEDSTER left to right) Edward A. Watson stories. Among faculty contributors
President. Mervin Lee Scott 28, now In of Kingston Jamaica, literatureand to the lit Usue were Physics
NABBED AFTER fine arts editor; Franklin : Professor Halson V .Eaglcson,
Sands of Miami...pbtlo.ophy editor and Government Professors Bernard
WITNESSES DONT SHOW WILD CHASETwo 1 ; David Robinson Jr., of Mi Fall and Robert E, Martin.



Inquest in Teacher's were wrecked cars and and a police two cruiser police NOW YOU' WON'T HAVE ',

and a runaway speedster hurt In 1

a chase on Biscayne Blvd. Saturday
TO GO TO METRO COURT I

Killing Postponed I
Longworth Johnson, 22, of
Metro Court this week eliminated I Metro judges after an analysisof
1390 NW 61st .t., reportedly rana compulsory court appear factors causing trafflei&cci-.

The combined coroner's Inquest case.All of the other witnesses In red light at NE lit ave. and: anccs for four .types; ,Qt.Biovint dents
and preliminary bearing The little 10th .It. The police: spotted him traffic violationsEffective / .
of Mrs. Edith the case were present. him in and out of .
Into the killing jammed with an and chased June 1, traffic of' 10YEAROLDGIRL
Robinson of 6500 NW 17th Ave. courtroom was crowd Sears parking lot three times. f'ndenrran-rsend":In ft- set,1116fine ,
which was schedu'ed! to be held over-capacity Johnson sped north on the for the following violations: EXPECTING
In Justice of side of U.S. 1 with the *
afternoon wrong!
Monday
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Hl tarn
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DuVal's, court was officers pursuing him pJ ..
peace postponed Hugh until Thursday after- GUN EXPLODES, Making turns during.{ .prohibited MEMPHIS -- A year-old

May 18 at 3 o'clock. The SALESMANAn The squad car ran Into a tree hours. Negro girl has entered city hospital -
noon KILLS
demolished 55th t., turn.
was and was at Illegal "U" the birth of a
for the postponement to await
reason with signs for
escaped right when
but the policeman Turning
two star
the state's next montu.
the fact that Ice cream salesman, shot slight injury while Johnson got bid It.This. baby expected
wlnesses, Clifford A. Thompson small The child Identified on hospital
of 5233 NW 30th ave. and Cecil to death Monday when the away. U the first time any records as Dolores Smith.
carried for I .
caliber gun he protection has been made In tbe.mandat01'7'
66th st., change
McPhee of 1252 NW "blew ", was identified Another police shot two of I Is married to an 18-year-old
were not present to testify at the Tuesday as up Edward Harris, Johnson's tires. The fugitive court appearance re i. farm :laborer. They live In Mason

hearing and no reason' for their 41, 10751 SW 148th St. He bad turned west on 79th sty and qulrement Court went followed' Into since Metra"l. ,.ft.rural West Tennessee area.
absence was given. at doubled back on NW 2nd ave,
customer
to a I
serve
stopped 1959. \ mother
Juy youngest on reo-
-rrTbe,
smashed Into a
Atty. Roy Lee 2432 NW 68th st, when a ,25 where hi* car Turner I ord was, girl who
Asst. State in his parked car at 6882 NW 2nd ave. Chief Metro Judge Jack an Argentine '
told.the court that without the caliber automatic pistol him Instantly. There he was subdued by the said the change was agreed up "[ gave' blrth"Ho twins when the '

testimony Phee the of state Thompson did not and baTe Me-a pocket.blew. up' *,. "}'W kUJJog,* (:. pollee after alight, on. by a .,marorlty, ..of. J&l- .!; ..rDJd..ci._"' I.


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TIMES ON CROWNED MISS CINDERELLA' 1
THE MIAMI MIAMI, JLOltllJA CLYDE RICHARDS

PAGE 2 SATURDAY MAY 6, 1961 Approximately SOO senior nigh
soho l yoUng ladies along with
H1[ their escorts, enjoyed in efett-

Ins of fup and, entertahmleilt
Friday. April, 28 as, gu"ti flf
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. it
: the"Cinderella Ball" an annual!
affair of the local chapter.
The scene of this year'a affattwas
the beautiful eafjatortun} 6f
BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE F'oral Heights Elemental1*

-- .k School, amidst the lovely smell
1 of gardenias, 'beautiful gladioli,
FLORIDA'S FREE TEXTBOOK ,I Booker T. Washington High on and decorative greenery, assisted -
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LAW FACES FIGHT I Tuesday June 6 and FridayJune by an appropriate floral background .
9. And what a time it is of umbrellas and rain
The law under which public going to be.
school students In the state are This year the classes of 1951 drops, Clyde Richardson a juniorat
Dade High was crowned '
North
now receiving free textbooks may 1941 and 1931 will return to ., Cinderella of 1961" by
become a thing of the past. "Miss
soon celebrate their first second and
senior at Booker
Keva Carey, a
If bill which was reported out I
a third reunions marking ten, 20 and president of
of a house committee on Monday I and 30 years out of school. r,' T. Washington
at the state Legislature, becomes s Zeta Amlcettes.
The reunion program will be rj
:aw. The bill would not held on Tuesday afternoon June PHOTO OtfBAmidst
end the sytem entirely but It 6 at 2 o'clock In the Booker T. sweet! broad smile
would cut serious inroads into Washington auditorium. Carver C'yde Richardson Is shown being
the pockets of all concerned.The Portloek, a member of the class ,. crowned "Miss Cinderella.
bill, which would permit of 1951 will be the principal PHOTO TWO
county school boards to charge I speaker for his class and there'll This scene is Indicative tif the
parents up to one.third of the also be representations from the rea: fun and enjoyment is sotriti
price of the textbooks was re.j cusses of 1941 and 1931 on of the guest are seen joining* ina
ported out of committee by a I the annual program. grand march.
vote of 11 to 4. This marked the w 1'L1 vt Climaxing the entertainment of
first time since depression days ANNUAL REUNION BALL the evening were the fitting renditions
that a bill making any Inroads FRIDAY, JUNE 9 by the Mayr HlgVSehool
ion free textbooks In the state x Terpslchoreans. Music for the
has been reported out of com The 'annual reunion ball will affair was furnished by the
mittee. Revenue received from be held on Friday June 9 t Northwestern High Dance Band.
the sale of the books would re- at 10 o'clock at the Harlem r' 1 Marsha Mclver, not seen with the
porltdly be used to buy additional Square Ballroom. Invitations for I Y" court was at her piano post with
books for the school's library. the ball will be in the mail by | the band.
The current threat on the tree May 15. However, anyone who I Mrs. Rosetta Vickers was chair
textbook system in this state has not received his invitationby man of Cinderella activities, and
Ms not at all unexpected 'on the May 22, is asked to kindly Mrs Marguerite V. Miller Is
';'art of many 'In the know." The I|I ca'l in person or telephone the baslleus of the loal chapter
subject has been discussed for downtown office of the Miami I
Times at 1112 NW 3rd ave, FR
: In I
many years, private places ,
3.2236 and Alumni personnel
:such as the' age old moke-filled
irnom However, tn Ute reeeatipa.it. will supply him with Invitations.
It did not ret.-flrsttee,' Music 'for the 'ball will be furnished I : f

AH far a s becoming 'law 'b con' by Kiah Brown and his L '

certted. Rut with the present orchestra. k p pJ ;,.
crop of legislatures at the hebn As usual at all reunion balls,
in Tallahassee, It wffl be'no stir the affair will In effect becomea
prise to me If the I bill becomes returned students' bAll, because .
law, and 'if by next -wtbftc' terutan 'al K:, 'of the students from
,public school -students in this Miami and vicinity, who are
state., will have to pay a substantial now attending the various colleges r
portion of the retail universities and other Institutions -
cost of their text books. It seemsto will have returned to
be In the cards, and the day Miami and will be present at
the ball. The graduating classes
of the free textbooks seems to be
Last coming to an end. from all of the 'local high schools
will also be '
there as will be '
COURT APPEARANCES the many other Alumni and { '. .' I "

ELIMINATED IN TRAFFIC friends in this and neighboring .t I... .,:q.'J. ,
CASES communities. It's another
"mutt" on your 'list of things to .:
The Metro Court on "Monday attend. .h 1 '
announced the elimination of It's Alumni reunion time at :

compulsory court appearances. Booker T. Washington on Tues
for four types of moving traffic day June '6 and 'FrIday June: 9. 4 _
violations. The systemwill solute
effect beginning June 1of
Real
Estate''
this year when traffic offender Brokers
tan lend in a set of "'$15 fine for Phyllis WheatleyClub wish to thank Mrs Hodges and
any of the following violations: To MeetThe Mrs. Monroe for their efforts and
NEW! DIFFERENT!
all of those who made the success
1. titers) left turns. Tri-Connty Real Estate NewsOn of the contest possible The

Halted 2. Making hours.turns duringpro-" Board cordially Invites all real Monday night, April 24, Hostess, Mrs. Price, served a
estate brokers, salesmen! delightful to the .
'3. Illegal: U turns. con the Phyllis: Wheatley Art and repast guests
tractors, builders and dealers to
4. Turning right when sign their regular meeting Sunday Social Club terminated the baby Next meeting of the club will
The and
forbids it. contest. members be at the home of Mrs. Naomi
May 14 at 4:30 p.m. at the of.
friends homeof
assembled at the
This marks i
the
first time that flee>-of'.Let'oy C. ),UI tIl. 1305 NW Troutman, second Monday in
the president Mrs, Marie
any chance has been< made in I May.
'Cth at., Ft. Lauderdale
the mandatory court Price 1888 NW 66th st. LelfErlesson
requirement followed appearance since I Met: J. "W. Lyons*, regional vice son of Mrs. Ml'dred M I. Daniels, reporter
ro Court went into Hodges was the winner and re
operation In president of the National 'Real
July 1959. Estate Association jof Real Estate ceived the first prize Leif was Hampton HouseAND

Judge Jack Turner dilef of Brokers, Savannah, Oa., sponsored by Mrs. Mildred Drive Carefully
the Metro Judges, sate the will be the main speaker 'for the Monroe and the club members VILLAS
change was agreed upon by a occasion. -
majority of the 13 1 i t .
Metro Judges 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.
after an analysis of factors caus Mr. Lyons will bring a mos !I II
ing traffic accidents.IT'S age of Interest to all real estate
orokers, salesman, real estate 1 See These BEAUTIfUL HOMES SundayOPEN Phone NE 30611COMPLETELY
REUNION dealers and
TIME AT owners contractors,
IITW JUNE 6 AND 0 builders and related fields. 2 to 6 PAM AIR
Membership In this organization
It's
Alumni reunion time at La now open. This won't last. Strike while the iron U hot. Pick CONDITIONEDTake
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this one up for only $8,500, $300 down, $57.20

monthly. Completely furnished. 1253 NW 52nd St. .

McNicholas Realty the family to dinner
First time offered. If you are particular see this

Many Homes in Stephens Manor first. Only $350 down, $75 per month pays all. New- atHAMPTON

Northwest 73rd St. to 79th St., weal of 7th Ave. ly painted CBS. Hardwood floors, carport. 1370 NW HOUSERESTAURANT
,
Slat Terrace.
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FOR SALE
Beat buy today. Completely furnished CBS. Only Food Prepared by

FHA TERMS $495 down payment, one mortgage $67 per month. Chef Martin Crue

2.BEDROOM, LIVING :ROOM, SPRINKLER Move right in. 1351 NW 52nd St. Formerly with
SYSTEM
Kitchen Near Manor Arthur Wilde on tho Beach
0 9' Garage Park Pool. Highly desirable location.

e Patio 9 Ranges This is a must. See it now, owner going north. Must

Barbecue Pit 9 Dishwasher be sold. Completely furnished CBS. Hardwood USE HAMPTON HOUSE

Tile Bath Refrigerator floors, one mortgage. FHA terms. Call now to eo.
Convention Hall
$13,000.. $400 DOWN EASY TERMS CBS MODERN DUPLEXES

One mortgage only No balloon note 2 beautiful CBS duplex buildings on 2 lots. Only 2 For Banquets Conventions, Meetings

years old, looks like new Completely furnished and

McNICHOLAS REALTY fully equipped. If you want the best, this is it. Low Large parking area

price and good terms.Action .
7927 N.W. 7th Ave. 4200 N.W. 27th Avenue
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20 More Homes Choose FromIn Realty inc.PL William Kntghton, Mgr.

Same Area
7-4544 253 NW 79th St. TU 7.1536
MIAMI TIMES ADS
$300 Down and $400 Down

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It f is now an established fact

;..- THIS and v j I that the Kappas truly had the SATURDAY, MAY, 1961 PAGE 3,
;. topnotch dance Of the season. It
\ ... I was gratifying to lee the many

... ."' Jr' I guests who cooperated Ifl makIng -
-t THAT [ the dance a truly BLACK IOTA, PHI LAMBDA SORORITY
:.. ,f and WHITE affair. The three la-
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..1/ I '. : dies who were so down right OBSERVES BUSIN ESS WEEK

{ persistent in wearing "what they _. _.. ._ __ ._.m'n_ ,... _, ___....._. ._._. ____._..___..._._.._,_.. .._
8 ndfh It ii wanted
j ltfi to wear" would have It. >>- 0. 0 :
a been much better oft if they had J : ""t j: f

.:.fA "".-V.4'.ItAiW. ';_ ''U dance"stood) in bed" Why spoil a \. .f *' I

CURED for the Diaoourag. Mills, Willie Johnsons Levy _.. ; ; j >
ed. I believe that God createdme Thompsons Samuel Spanns, Rob WE Altti SOltHY to report :JI
to be happy, to enjoy theblessings ert Clarks. Mesdames Bessie that Jane D. Lewis, Annie Kate ,
of life to be useful to Groover, Edna Myees, Daisy Ma. Carey and Julius Simmons are
my fellow beings and an honorto jor Ather Francis Lula Moore, ill and confined to bed. Hurry =:
my country. I believe that Sarah Simpson, Meggie Williams and get well all of you.
the trials which beset me today Enid Reese, Pearl Hicks, Rosetta -
are but the fiery tests by Which Baker, Walters Hicks, Miss Word has come to us that
my c1id f cter is Stretigthenidennobled Alpeftha Jones, Jessie Bryant music instructor Miss JOSIE
and hint tte wbrthy to AlOnza fllnlnions. Ray Brown. ROBERTS' had to make a hurried
ehJBy: the higher tHiriga{ ijf life, Mr. arid Airs'. :LUetetl Gary J : trip to ''Chicago for the funeral
I which I believe life id stdre ffir .. of her sister. We extendour

me.I. A t sALtrfB Arid iiouquet of Sympathy to her. Condolences
believe that my soul Is too Hibiscuses to all 6f the1 Silver are extended also thePLESSY
grand to be crushed by defeat; Knight nominees, their parents PACE and PHIPPS
I will arise above it. teachers, and the Miami Herald. families Iii their hours of be

I believe that I am the architect A salvo of extraordinary salutesto reavement. .
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of my own fate; therefore, ROBERT 'A. JOHNSON '*.< ,-i'!b ,, .:.l."" !.
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I will be master of circumstancesand MARSHA McIVER and ERNESTA. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Greetings '. ... t'l/; ; > ,. .. ,.1
surroundings, not their HART. to Matilda Johnson Eugene E. / <. ": : "'>' .' It aVe. My failure of today will Smith Neoka Fisher Daniel Me- .,. .(./,: I;'' "\\'L.''f.. ...,,, .\. .t." ,
help1! to gUide m<* On 'td- victory PKOl'U). Mr. And Mrs. Daniel Phaul III, James Brooks May .;; ", I ."f"0/1./ \., :(..'",.... .:Jj.." .,to
on the hiorrdtf., D. Coyer have received complimentary 11; Bessie Dennis, May 12; Mary .4'i'f;...._4',,_".t.X.-1: ; ,... ; ",:&.H"m.; .":Jrii,
I notices about Lou Nixon Dorothy Evans May
will hot yield to discourage- their .
Gamma Alpha: Chapter celebrated to achieve far above the height"of
daughter CrtEItttY whois 14; J. C. Buckner, Roger Paschal
mentrs, I wl'l trampe: them ANN
un National Business Week thplr'eldPrB, but let us ,not:
Ann
derfoot ad make them serve a senior student at Paul Johnson Howard
as Coachman May 15 and used as its theme "For lose this potential through inaction '
steppingstones to success. I will Quinn College Ideated id Waco ; Stephen "
ward Strides in The Sixties. and indifference.
Texas.: She presented in recital *- ROlie: ,May 16; LaClyde McGee .
conquer my obstacles and turn was This celebration Is designed to A cross section of proprietorsof
Evergreen Murphy, James L.
them into toy the Mt. Zion AME
opportunities. loca.; businesses in
Leonard stimulate interest in local businesses were attendance
Drayton Randall May
Church of that' In additionto
The city. and expressed their de-
morrow will bring new 17. students pursuing coursesIn
strength new hopes, new oppor this she was inducted Into 'our local high schools, in business light of this affair In cementingthe
tunttnes and new beginnings. I the Youth Honor Society of the contributions to the com relationship between the
THOUGHT
FOR THE WEEK
will be 'ready to meet it with 'a college.: Miss Boyer is the god :. munity.. community and local business
Life is
I 'an art not a science Itla
child of Bishop W F. Ball.ANMVUJUAItY..
brave heart a calm mind' and mastered by experience and The activities began with its merchants.
an undaunted lrlted. In all patience and infinite beginnings Seventh Annual Typing Contest Seated left to right: Mrs.
things t will do my best trust \\'UOLJ1t again. held at the Booker T. Washington Athalte Range, Business Womant
ing m the infinite.I On a Saturday evening seven High School. Winning con of the Year Louis Portlock.
will not waste my mental years ago (May 9, 1964) Walter testants were Johnnie'' Ruth Business !Man of the Year Soror
energiis! by useless worry. t will Edwards and Hannah Smith gygprjEj-s-n': *y ftfwyyyyafiftfyjfifyi Speight first place North Dade; Vashti Armbrister, Daniel Moss.
,,' leant to dominate my restleu ,exchanged maritlul vows. Mon. SAVE MONEY AT Griselda Villarreal, 2nd Booker speaker Soror Dana Chapman.
thoughts and look on the bright day evening they will celebrate T. Washington and Bobby, Me- Soror Linnle Carey president.
*id<> Of things. their Woolen anniversary without Council Thrift Gahee, 3rd, George W. Carver. Gamma Alpha Chapter Soror
1 .Will face the world bravely fanfare in the quiet of their Shop Bertha Parks and Soror. Beasla
1 Will not to a coward. twill South Miami home with their Friday night, April 21 at the Style Smith.
.. assert my Ood'given birthright little otf.spring. Walter, the sec 1203N.W.S4thSt., Llllle C. Evans Elementary' -.-
v and be a man. For I am Immor ond. Congratulations and best School activities were 'climaxed
tal and nothing can overcome wishes for more happy years in Clothing for the entire as Gamma Alpha Chaptor hostedIts Beautiful Home on
second annual banquet
fuss the future. presenting
The Woodrow Par'ts' and Police family, small electrical appliances to the community Its Your Lot

SVR1)tuSEr 8thi'niHitSaturday :t LMt Sgt. Clinton Williams, are jewelry, toys, honorees: Business Woman of
evening friends of the beaming with delight over the gift items, books the Year, Mrs. Athalle W. Range; 7w a
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Browns who live in 153rd St. in arrival of their new grandson books. Business Man of the Year Louis d
Opa Locka helped Mr. Drown whoa name is TYRONE WOOD Portlock Jr., and Johnnie Ruth
enjoy a Surprise Birthday Par- ROW WILLIAMS. lie was born firing this ad in for Speight outstanding business
ty which was planned by his de early in the morning on April FIIKB GIFT student.
voted and loyal wife of many I 23. Earl Williams is father of Open 10-4 DailyOMEGA'S Speaker for the occasion was
years. Those who came to help little Tyrone who is, a teacherat 'Daniel C. Moss who delivered avery
him celebrate were the John, I Liberty City Elementary r Inspirational and provoca-
tive message on the theme "For Complete Building Scrvloe
ward Strides in The Sixties" lIe

,,, "(''-17,,r'.:" explored the fact that "our salvation PLANNING I
.. .""lJ rests mainly In the character ; BUILDING
., ; aspirations and most 1m e FINANCINGYour
portant, the attitude of our present -
youth population." He further New Horn
: stated, "If the challenge is.
to be met successfully, we must No Down
find hope reassurance and ultimate -
security in the minds and Payment i
bodies of our youth, whether it
comes out of nations striving for I Over Twenty Yon of I
world domination, political exploitations Construction Exptrlenc i
or whether it 'be the
reaction of the masses to a race Guaranteed Satisfaction I ICll
of people striving for dignity
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FOUNDER IN that the principles of scholar Brother Willie Lewis, an active
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MIAMIBishop uplift which the fraternity was Chapter presented Brother Love Includm Air Transportation Intel itcw nmodatlons, SightLseeing
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Phi Fraternity was In Miami attending chapter. Love for being one of the four EVERY TUESDAY
a Methodist Conference men who founded the Omega Psl
und spent some of his time with The remarks of Bishop ,Love Phi Fraternity 60 years ago at Miami International Airport 3tOO p.m.
the men who have chosen to live were not limited to the outstanding Howard University and today has BOOK YOUR PASSAGE NOW
by the ideals of Omega.On achievement of Omega grown -by leaps and bound. Inevery
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brothers of Sigma Alpha' Chapterof I other ideas and principles which bastleus" of the local! chapter,
the Omega;.PslPhI 'Fraternity all men should lire by. Because .therd -arc over 125 Omega men North's" Travel Bureau
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Workshop for Adult TuesdayThe


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Leaders will be, held at the "
I Church of the Open Door 768 Textile Companies Renegeon
: NW 61st St. Tuesday, May 9 I

and p.m. May 16, from 7:30 to 9:30: Government Contracts

Main Office.at 0740' N.JV.,18th Avenue Phone OX 1-O421 }.. was
Although the workshop .
Branch at 1112 11.1Yt Third. Are., Miami Florida-Phone FR 822M" desl ned to assist adult leadersof Major textile companies In I -
.0; \ church-centered Junior age the South are refusing govern- CAN TOO MUCH_ BE DONE
II. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher In the recreation phase ment contracts rather than obeyan

Garth O. Reeves",Managing Editor and Business Manager of groups the Dally: Vacation Bible executive c'alms order barring the labor discrimination .,. ,FOR
School program, It Is also Intended ,

Entered as Second Mass Matter, August 0, 102T, at the Post Officeat for anT leaders of young> secretary' /for of the the Advancement National Association of Fr,' Theodore Gibson
in the junior IeTel
Miami of'.larth 8 1876 stew age t
Florida, under the act Colored People.

It will actually help. aaycane the I AN'THE NAACP? .,,
Herbert HH1 of New York,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES who deals with protiw: tat our
official told the closing convention
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ONE YEAR .94.50-SDC MONTHS .75-THREE MONTHS f 1.70 youth. session', of Region 4, Inter '

Everyone 1* faKttr Iol. gtvaprork national Union of Electrical and The Crusaders say,
Member of the Associated Negro PITS agency pevpbe 'fth b. Maehine Workers AFL-CIO, in..
Member of the National Newspaper PubUb Association .. N.J. Sunday, '
and prt texsiaaal. tha Atlantic City on 'NO!
leader"' pi aaySwuJw grant', se ar+rdteacloers that: the companies are on a
"CRKDO OF THE NEGRO FR"STHir ..
jit-down strike"against
I tM tea gala swae x"auable ratract
NIOflRO: PRESS believes' that AmrrK tea b 4 fead the wort 'taovrhox, I government "procurement
ifrom racial and national antackmisxn wtwa It acacia ft* n rr .** ageacles.
'regard!*** of race color or creed, his kunaa sal kcal rtctte.no.Riiui. : tIaUac nt1f top prr.f. tonal reere.stlomsl .

fearing no ma -the Xmcrw F*rna std Mt i.. ""w way fnoja' war llapattmrnt The American Cotton Manufacturers : Your Miami Times
In the firm belief that sH ntt* fcr* tort s* 1ar< se stfqyax> b w.Ib.eL (at I'uks aad: R .N'IaUa1l Institute herd a conference : ,
nits e'es duct the!, 'tI'Otb In Miami and "evld nt i
ly decided to boycott government. On Sale HereDOWNTOWN ,
Mf tie areas to be COT procurement agencies,," he said.I
AID TO SEGREGATED SCHOOLSThe i *cvd arr. 'C.uJ.T bird activities; MIAMI
I .t sad tang: leading; protarty -
pmM: active Ramos Grocery 362 NW .14th fit
BOXING AT SIR
starting >new fd otn.l aetwa ta r opea Ih* gsvavs; rhythm and finger plays Economy Drug 1101 'NW 3rd Ave.
public schools of Virginia's Prince Edward Coat sharpens iHte It Is fr**. Park Sundries 1134 3rd Ave.
legal and JOHN HOTEL Barkley' 1201 NW 3rd Ave.
political questions of nationwide import.
I|I Service Drug 1240 NW 3rd Ave.
DR. STEPHENS
Should the courts sustain the Justice Department'scase Boxing on a smal'club'basis Walk-Inn 1042 NW 2id Ave.
return, to the Miami Harlem Drug 1400 NW 3r': Av.
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segregationist efforts in several parts of the South : ATTENDS LATINAMERICAN sports picture starting May IB, Honey's 1522 'NW 3rd Ave.
to circumvent school desegregation by closing the public I* according to businessmanpromoter Charles 340 NW 16th Terr.

schools will receive another stiff legal setback. Moves in I'r MEET Sam Rabin, owner of the Lenny'. 1700 NW 3rd Ave.
Louisiana and elsewhere plush Sir John Hotel. Arch's Mkt. 1700 NW 4th Ct.
to shift schools
to private :would I Jay's Drug 427 NW 20th St.
apparently fall afoul of the same ruling. Dr. Alonzo; T. Stephens, professor In his initial venture into the Stanley's Mkt. 1900 NW 4th Ct.
I of history and head of port, Rabin will present his Myer's / 575 NW 20th St
State's rights advocates will contend that a county the history department Tennessee first fight card Monday night, Dixie Drugs 595 NW 20th St

should have the right to close its schools and that federal 'Nashville A and, attended I State the University 8th May 15 at the new Sir John Hillside 1842 NW 6th Ave.Person' .
control education annual Hotel arena which is located at 1501 NW 6th Ct.
over is being unconstitutionally extended meeting of the Southeastern -
the corner of NW 3rd ave. and Eddie's Drugs 801 NW 3rd Ave.
if this right is denied. Hut it should Abe, ., remembered '' Latin American Conference 6th nt The opening night card Evans 626 NW 3rd Ave.
that the whole schooPdeseprregation atthe. Lucerne Hotel, Miami of bouts and a
movement rests on the will consist eight Barkett 708 NW 2nd Ave.
Fourteenth Amendment's guarantee bf "equal protectionof Beach, April 2829. batt'e royal with the contestants Barkett 600 NW 2nd Ave.F. .

the laws" .to all citizens. This has meaning today"in The theme of the meeting was coming from ranks.South Florida'spreliminary L. T. 714 NW 2nd Ave.
Alex Sundries 715'/2 2nd Ave
'Challenges and Opportunities
Prince /(Edward County where private schools are provided for' Improved Latin American Harlem Sweet Shop 208 10th St

for white children but the Negroes have no schools. Understanding." Monday Rabin, who night hopes stated' to, run"We every be- Tucker's Gro. 1400 NW 1st CLBetty's
1526 NW 1st PI
Another feature ,Dr. Stephens a keen student 'Ieve that boxing on a small- NW 17th 8t.
of the.situation bears directly on the I Carrie's Gro. 155
club basis the for
of affairs, has written several i can prove way 402 NW 8th 8t.
People's Drug
great
controversy over proposals now ,before Congress to articles of late. Among themare big boxing's return to this area

include private schools in legislation giving federal aid "Brazil: Past Present, Prospective LIBERTY CITY

to ,public schools. For the private schools set up in Prince ." published In 1959 Personal Mention Community Drug 6750 15th Ave.
Edward County to circumvent desegregation orders and "Bermuda: It's First Little Super Mkt. 6820 17th Ave.Bethel' .
are Years," published In 1960. Mrs. Lula Kemp Tharpe of 6828 NW 18th Av".
able to exist because supported' by county and state taxes. Brooklyn 'N. Y was In the city Smith's 6704 NW 18th Ave.
The Justice Department says that all but $15 of the tui- He was a former Famcean and for a few days to attend the Newton's 6320 NW 18th Ave.
holds the Master's
tion in these schools is thus provided.It degrees from the and Ph.D. funeral of her great aunt, Mrs. Ballas 6700 NW 15th Ave.
University of
Pittsburgh.He Albertha Jones. Liberty Beauty 6707 NW 15th Av.
is not paid directly to the organization set up to Griffin's 6572 NW 15th Ave.
'
Mr. Jack Packard of New York Bannister's 6290 NW 16th Ave.Seymour' .
run the schools but indirectly through grants to is married to the former
parentsof Dorothy Andrews librarian and City spent the ,weekend in Miami 1304 NW 62nd St
school children. :Moreover the county grants large tax sociology teacher at TennesseeA to visit friends and attend Jackson's 6000 NW 12th Ave.
credits to residents who support the private school system. and I. the Kappa Alpha Psi Black and Drake's; 2101 NW 62nd st.
These two devices for supplying White Ball Friday night. Matthew's 6981 NW 15th Ave.
public for private
money Dr. Stephens Is a brother of ... Convenient 6804 NW 22 Avs
schools
bear an interesting: likeness to the proposals for Mrs. Bethenla White and brother Phil's Store 6968 NW 17th Ave.
giving federal aid indirectly to church schools. -in-law of Dr. H. Milton Whiteof IF IT'S FLOWERS Thomas 2360 NW 75th St.
Miami. Lerner's 2090 NW 75th St
That fact provokes provocative possibilities in the way You're thinking of, call usWe Frederick's 645 NW 62nd St

of political cross-currents. Will the interest of Protestant MT. TABOR TO can help you with any of 18th Ave. Gro 6307 NW 18 Avs.

Southern congressmen in the Prince Edward methods induce jour flower occasionsPerry's Community Shoe Shine'eS62 NW 15th Ave.J .

them to support'federal aid to private schools? Will PRESENT and J 1410 NW 62nd.St

the opposition' of Roman Catholics to segregation lead Lincoln Field. 2001 NW 82nd 8t.

them to forgo aid methods which are being used to sus- FASHION SHOWLast Scotty's 7501 NW 22nd Ave.

tain' it? Will a new ruling of unconstitutionality further r OPA LOCKA

clarify both situations?-Christian Science Monitor. effort year In the its Mt.building Tabor campaign Bap r a V Magnolia Sundries 14570 22 Avs.

tilt Church presented Mi-*'. Ber Mlller'a 15110 NW 22nd Ave.
tha Sharpe Jackson mezzoso Bunche Drug 2280 Bunch. Dr.
prano In concert at Northwestern David Lawrence.
New High School. This proved to be 15901 NW 20th Ave.

$342,477 School one feature of of the the dominant season. cultura BROWNSVILLE '

Splc and Span 4801 NW 27th Av
On May 28, at 3 p.m. In the Neal's 4825 NW 27th Ave.
for Opa Locka auditorium of Northwestern, Mt. Florist Brownsville Drug 4634 27th Avs.
Tabor U again presenting the Elnora 4320 NW 27th Ave.Tracy' .
piece de resistance of- thAoft.: 1100 N.W. 3rd Avenue 6010 NW 32nd Ave.

Plans are completed for the son's entertainment, a sparkling ; Phone FR 4-1205
Fashion
construction of a new elementary Fair. Exciting models l1t"mernlK'rlathers'! Day

school to In two Opa others.Locka and additions Spirituals of Joy of ture exquisite fashions proportions fit for a queen will fea_ ;' Sunday, !May 14 DON'T COST THEY PAY

,H I tho latest styles from Lory's ,, ,MIA TIMES ADS
The Dade School Board In ConcertThe Fashion Shop! The very latestin I .

awarded a $342,477 contract to hairstyling plus a samplingof s- _iii
DCA Construction Co. to build popular Spirituals of Joy what the correctly attired .T
the East Opa Locka Elementary will appear in a concert of gos male should wear will also havea
school. Loqatlon Is 14120 NW pel and spiritual music on prominent place in the show. FOR RENT .: ,
24th ave.Additions. Mother's Day May 14 at 3 p.m. We Invite the general public
at Bright Morning Star Baptist to further help us In our Building : BRAND NEW LARGE
will be made to the Church, 360 NW 14th terr. of Fund Drive by sharing with
F. C. Martin, Bunche Park ele which the Rev. R. Smith is the us this afternoon of exciting en 2 Bedroom
mentary schools. James O. pastor. A number, of well known tertainment. There will be refreshments ApartmentFINEST
Johnson has the contract for F. singing group will' also appearon for all. "
C. Martin. Work will cost an estimated .
the afternoon's program. Admission '
Ticket donations will be 1.50
$
$92,589.Additions 'RESIDENTIAL .AREAREASONABLE
is free and the public is for adults and 50 cents for child
invited. Bro. Turner Is the
man- Tickets be RENT
to Bunche Park will rent can secured at
coat an estimated $93,654. The ager. the fallowing locations: North Near '
school located at 16001 Bunche J" Travel Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd Grandway and Bus

Park School Drive. I TALK with TAYLORFR ave.. Community Drug Store See 1099 N.W. 55th Terr.
6760 NW 16th ave. M27
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NAACP' Tag DayThe About your income tax Notice For information call "

LATE or WRONG I
Crusaders will sponsor a MATALIE GRANT, beautician BLACKSTONE REALTY
1454 N.W. 3rd Ave.
citywide tag'' day on May 27 and formerly at Mae's Beauty Chest,
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area' will be called upon to buy Drive -1 Wlbon's Beauty Salon, 1608 NW
a tag and help the NAACP. I I Carefully ; 67th st. OX 12616. ,\ '
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From the pen 'oTHfe\\ young High ,Dramatics Club. The ad-

genius playwright ,Krlsten ,Ser mission Is 60 cents. For tickets
; gei, through the, l b&- unnln&' write Mays High School Goulds: I

Studio One'TV' smash: .ltl'Into. i Fla. or, phone NE, 33077., .

the fast .flicking reels of'the motion L ._.' ..., h,....
I .picture industry>:'tarring" I' ;-h'";, --:- ---:'!- : .

R Sa Mineo into tba ,ands of I .. A't "
+ the dedicated actors and technicians ;

of the Mays High Dramatics r s
Club: This Is the route
of the most. dynamic 'play to
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MCb sweep the American nation on : t."\ : S
hat fireball theme juvenile d'e-

Inquency In a long time: It will )
,
oo: produced 'across gigantic ). -:
x'. echnlca.. and acting difficulties .

jy- the Mays High Dramatics
Club on May 1?, and '.18 at 8 ; ,4 :;
a f
___ -T _'i1K"f"E o'clock In the evening. ..wIj

The Cooperative' Study con were invited to perform at the r." WHAT IS "DINO"? t,

ducted'at Orchard Villa Ele PTA meeting on April 26. Each Pictured are members of the --
mentary School in the area of performance depicted the cul Cooperative "Dlno" Is a'play about the
Study
Group. Mrs. i
: problems of your children as ;
Social Studies Is now being tural patterns of a particular
Clora M. Pearsall principal Miss they battle against the odds of .f
brought to a close. As a part of country through dance song and
the culminating activity guests discussion The theme of the I Edna DeVeaux chairman and Inexperience to find their pace!

representing various countries study has been "Living Togeth guests. In the sun. Whether' they will ii" .
find their place In the sun and .
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become law abiding (citizens or) '
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if.
become another blotter on police \\ '\'N f
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&SSSSS82&8S&e&Se& YMCA YOUTH tiles depends on you: the I ''', t

( parents, the citizens, the ,leaders. "
ALONG 6IIOAD BEGIN SUMMER and the churches. William Thompson starring in"Dlno"

It's a'must that you see' 'Dln on May 17 and 18 at I
CAMP SALES ;'on' May 17 and IS \'.by, ,the Mays Maya High School.
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cannot afford to put off any
Through the years people In victor His memories of child- more than you can put off your OWNERSACRIFICE
many: walks of life In many 'good and youth are filed with ara. child's going to school. Only 3

cguntrles and by various means Bitterness cold hunger and pre or 4 years of his life are Ideal
have. protested against' injustices ''udlce and it Is no wonder tint: + ly suited 'to camp, life. If he
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and intolerance. This protest! he now sings the old theme song JI;raisfics, out on those, he loses for, 3-bedVoom CBS, Fla. room

takes many forms; what is the of "Let My People, Go," with the, rest. of his life the enjoy. ,Many extra features, plus

way for one person to protest is vigor originality and force nienf. camp life can.' give him" i largo apt.. both kitchens
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not the way another might do it. ,i:
But In any event, whether people UKS8AOK IN SONG '' A, plan boa been worked out furnished. A real buy to

have a special talent to use the A young man Dill McAdoo has by which youngsters may' sel') right party. Low down
medium( of protest or whethera :nown about the Alabama bus 'aokr soap to earn their way to camp'.11fi1t payment. Near Manor

person) or group protests in amore )oycott and in sympathy has before the camping season. Park Pool.
simple manner the story of ''vrJtten a song entitled, "Walkn There are four weeks 'before

injustice bigotry and intolerance Alabama" The sit-In demon day camp and four months be- 1310 N.W. 52nd St.or .
residence Your
tore
Is told. itrations throughout the country camp. son
have inspired the song, "I'm may Hell: 140 boxes' of soap and' call
MANY FORMS OF PROTEST earn his total expenses to 'our :
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Going to Waft: and Talk for my 5.3254
s. Lake Placid Camp. "Uncle" Rosa
: Freedom" These songs how the 'S
Protest knows no particular S states that "There Ir time
,. no reason for appointmentto
particular time. resolution of the young Negroto h%f ..C K y s. any
country nor any r be able to
any boy ought not go,
have put an end to the debilitatingand see
talent
great
Artists with
to camp this year with just a'
It to show the world the wasteful Jim Crow institution .
used little effort. Open Sat. and Sun. 1-5 p.m.
and Mr. McAdoo them
evil of injustice, and on the sings
with force and boldness. As the Will Trade Equity
other hand, the ordinary citizen Fur further information eon
has shown the same fervor Saturday Review article states, ......1 corning soap sales kindly, call or _._-
against bigotry in his own way "Events of the past several visit the Carver YMCA 6770 NW
,As a prime example the Montgomery years have led to radical and FRANKLIN I). ROSS 16th ave., OX 60331.SPIRITUAL .
rapid changes in conditions and z KY'
protest against bus Beg attitudes. The Montgomery but "Youth who are thrifty will ........?......'u.......-__ ..'.......NNN.N N
legation shows how ordinary be able. to tarn their total expenses
have had and
boycotts profound
citizens can ,quietly and intolerance effec reaching effects. They have to camp this summer : HELP? 1
lively protest against '
without any expense to their
Ministers have used their gift of not only achieved their Immediate Sure success bringing peace 5 '
parents, according to Franklin ; 1 4M
oratory to tell the world about ends but they have also success and happiness assure
D. Roes, camp director of the
the quality of mercy and the served the wider goal of reemphasizing .- I Carver YMCA Cases of Garden quIck! cure from sickness bringIng :,
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evil of bigotry., Mahatma Gandhi democratic principles Douquet Soap have been delivered peace to upset homes and s
showed the world another form by throwing into sharp to the 'Y' office The money to your pocket. Write
of protest with his hunger focus the hypocrisy of practice sells 50 soap /now for real success and blesilng. -
for cents a box (four 5
strike and., his non-violent. meth versus theory. to a box,) 25 cents will go to Lucky Psalm Donation
... The fight against racial Injustice the youngster's camp account 20.00 dollars.: Everything else

od.A picture can be painted to 11 has been considerably and 25 cents will cover the cost Is $3 donation For roply write
Bill McAdoo'sfolk Bishop linker 1717 E. 56th St.
lustrate a great wrong; a book strengthened by of the soap. ,
can be written to show It. 'songs. The power of musicIs The camp director stated to, apt, 12, Cleveland Ohio. -----
'"Uncle: Tom's Cabin" I Is one of a strong one, and words of day "Camping is something you -.....
the great illustrations of a 'book protest sung in an impassioned
influencing and shaping the and bold manner exert a strong STRAIGHTENYOUR

thought and political' directionof Influence upon people's minds
a country. Protest can take and actions. McAdoo's songs are HAIR
the form of a lobby in Washington filled with a righteous anger DUMAS MILNERCHEVROLET
or Tallahassee;' money can but It is not a bitter destructive

be spent to advertise; columns emotion, for his songs are tern ot HOME In one quick,

can be written to influence pered with love, understandingand EASY APPLICATIONYou
people and the TV Is one of the an abiding faith in Ameri
best mediums that can be used ca's ability to work out the
have natural
can -looking
problem. In McAdoo's
In factual own
to show Injustices a
words straight hair the safe, easy
and forceful manner. Your New and Friendly Dealer SILKY STRATE way Do it

"I dream of a world where all yourself at home and save time
MUSIC men are brothers Now Features A Line! of Top Quality Used Cars and money. The easyto-follow

Dut'pe'rhaps one of the best Where labor Is free from the At Bargain Prices direction nature professional

and most effective ways In which slavery It knows, like results. Your hair stays

a person or group can protest is : Where war 1.1 a word that re- 1960 Corvair, 4-Door straight' and eaayto-manage for

through the form of music. members the past Blue, radio like new months. will not go back
There are countless examples of And peace Is the future that $1395

this medium of protest but I never grows old." Stock No. 1824.A ........................................................I...... von when wet.
read about one of the most interesting FOR MINI Regular Strength' short
just recently in an issue We aren't all Dill McAdoos, 1959 Chevy, Door tome lisle"

of the Saturday Review. A and all of us can't use song or Parkuood station wagon blue and white, r ,..
music to protest injustice as he fOR WOMEN and Child Gentle

young Negro folk-singer force is rapIdly in' does. But all of us can use our P. 0., P. 8., radio. Stock No. 100 LA .................,..... $1495 Strength for long, 'tine halt'Sfjse.
; becoming a strong
membership in the NAACP to
the fight against segregation. He strengthen democracy and help 1957 Chevy-Convertible
Is using his talents his original
compositions to combat prejudiceand In the tight for freedom Have lied P. a., P. 8., radio /
1 095
joined?
intolerance very dramatical- you i Stock No. 136.11 ............................................................... l

ly.Ills name is Bill McAdoo. and Loyal '59ers TeaYou 1957 Buick 2-Door

he is using the collective experience will mba a treat It you I lard top, brown and yellow, Dynaflow srsin'mow,

of Negroes over the past are not present when second the Loyal 1-. H., P. n., radio. Stock No. 1017-A M...._.-_ $795
300 years to make a protest 5ger> present their an
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against prejudice and aegrega- nual Hair Style Fashion Show .
tlon. While there have been oth- and Musical Tt'1at LibertySquare

'er folk singen who have sung Auditorium 6306 NW LOW LOW DOWN PAYMENTTERMS
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Bill 14th ave., Sunday, May 14 from
and slavery.
of Injustice TO SUIT YOUR OWN FAMILY BUDGET
'McAdoo's singing reflect the 4 to 7 o'clock.
of the Florence Allen president. ; Ver-

. growing younger determination Negro to stand up to netta Stephens secretary; Geraldine I 4181 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-3566 MONEY'llACK; GUARANTEE j
chairman
Allen, Majester
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PHIL OSSOFER experience It was truly to live an .unforgettable hah, life ao

Summer Semester Begins at I detached and gross from materialism the hate, prejudIce that.

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: engulfs the world today. It was
living proof that man is truly
-- one, and it is the oneness of

I have just returned from the : mankind for which the Baha'i
Adult Education CenterCitizens 53rd/ annual National Banal i earnestly strive
convention held In the( beautifult3aha'
House of Worship In Loyal '59ers TeaThe
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Urged to What an experience! It was a Loyal 59era will present
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA manifestation of that wonderful I their second ,annual Hair Style
Take AdvantageThe earth! I
Kingdom of Heaven on Fashion Show and Musical Tea
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MAY 6,, 1961 worshipped, consulted and dwell at Liberty Square Auditorium,
summer semester at the ed In love and fellowship with 6306 NW 14th Ave., Sunday,
Northwestern Senior High Black, White and Yellow, former May 14 from 4 to 7 o'clock. A
School and Adult Education Center adherents of Judaism, many of donation will be taken. Florence
will begin Monday, May 1, A SGT.: GREENE News of The Royal the Christian denominations, Allen, president;; Vernetta Stephens -

t variety of courses will be taught Twenty ClubThe Buddhists and Moslems. Together secretary; Geraldine Al
during this session ranging from HEADED FOR we "Walked with the same 'len, chairman; Majester Pryor
pre-high school thru the entire feet and ate wlth. the same reporter.
school subjects. Royal Twenty Women'sClub and M13
scope of high mouth" in joy fragrance.Once
: Our community Is again reminded EUROPESergeant held its regular meeting at
of the excellent opportunities the beautiful home of Mrs. Ma- more, we elected an integrated *
rO''I, >"' lInda Hippard, 1320 NW 71st National Spiritual As TALK with TAYLORFR
\ that can ''be theirs thru the adult .. I; .. r.P' '
i education program. It is Indeed .'. -, '" r.\ "'if'- "' St., Liberty City, with Mrs. Hat- sembly consisting of two dark 9.1703
regrettable that during a period I'. ; ', ::>: tie McDonald presiding. and seven light-skinned brothers
About income
when Job opportunities are di : 4\.t, Both old and new business and sisters. your tax
to.
rectly obtalnabe: on the basis of I"' : "it Items Were discussed with the Mr. Amoz Gibson of New Mex LATE or WRONG
skills and knowledge, so many of '" final report of the annual dance ico and Dr. Sarah M. Perlera of 1454 N.W.
.' 3rd Ave.
us are unwilling to attend school. being submitted. The club would Tennessee, both of whom are
The most of ten repeated excuse I fj"I like to thank the many friends also members of the Auxiliary -
heard is that people are too tir who made this endeavor a suc- Board serving the Hands of the
ed after a hard day's work to I cess, for the success of its many Faith in the Western Hemis Advertise ,It, Pays!
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thereon. In this
projects depend
bother with study and classes. ,
However those persons who are connection, the business mana
competing for our Jobs are ,never ers, Mrs. Sylvia Hlllsman and
too tired. They make the sacrifice Mrs. Carrie Daniels, were com-
themselves and mended for their efforts.
improve a4yF
Mr. and Mrs. Hlppard are
move on to better things. Unfortunately
except for a very few finalizing their plans and will
our status remains the same A soon leave Miami for the sum

The vocational and trade train mer.Mrs.
ing department wi'l offer coursesin Edna Mince remains on
automotive mechanics, radio the ailing list, our prayers are

and television electronics, tailoring with her.
mechanical: drawing and Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn, our president
woodwork I ( was absent due to a ca 1
drafting, shop, dry
I
to the bedside of a very sick aunt.
cleaning, power machine sewing.
,Students in the classes Just Major M|Sgt. GeorgeA. The charming hostess was very F
noted earn certificates of profllclency Green, accompanied by his warmly thanked for a perfectly
and are absorbed into wife on furlough here, is on delightful evening by Mrs Vera
the local industrial picture. The oversea orders to sail for the Clarke, 3456 Williams Ave., Coconut -
Grove, who will be the
vocational school boasts an en Continent soon. I
next hostess
viable record of Job placementson I His last "visit" to Europe was b
Mrs. Ada B. Dunn, Pre .
the part of Its graduates. during 1943.47 when he served
People who have completed the I I in the Mediterranean Theatre of Mrs Ethel Peavy, reporter

'enth grade and are interestedn Operation. He was a member of
obtaining a technical skill the 92nd Inf. Div. which distinguished .
would do well to Inquire about itself In the Northern EXPERT WATCH AND

Membership in uuy one of these Prance, North Appenlnes and .Po CLOCK REPAIRS
classes: which interest them. Valley campaigns.
Andrews'
I Jewelers

The homemaking clasaes, I After the war, he was assign 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
which will continue to operate ed with the 9tb' Inf. Dlv., Fort All work guaranteed
through the summer vacation Dlx, 85th Inf. Div., Fort Riley, l4AI1UJ d bED"us
a
s.aa
have already attracted a large and the 3rd AAA Gun Bn., Fort 40 Years In Business rsr w
following. Members of these Bliss FR 80182 si t t1.s. 7UM 1111* 0. Box 3467.F2 Savannah, Oa

courses have learned many useful He servel also: for 14 monthsas I
skills, and continue to ex- warrant officer with the 25th
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!pore new and fruitful studies Inf Div during the Korean r
which make them more efficientIn I War. lie had received his ''apolrtment -

the pursuit of their home man < while stationed at Ft. For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
agement. Classes in this area Steward.
area are located throughoutDade [
County. Before arriving here in 1954,
The Evening High School is he served with the 82nd Airborne BONDED
devoted primarily to giving a I I Dlv., Fort Bragg.
chance to persons to obtain the Sgt. Greene described an rr"
high school: diploma; however, eight-month tour of Ft. Custer,
classes are available for people Michigan, in 1950 as perhapshis '1
d
who have had little or no public choicest. z
school training. Each semester, About his 1963 retirement, the COLLECTION
students receive diplomas enab Sergeant said: "My wife Mar-
ling them to qualify for civil guerltta, and I are looking for
service job opportunities, en ward to that date, bat right
trance Into college, or admission now all I would venture to say
to technical study In the would be that our plan are. a
little indefinite at this time." AGENCY _
vocational department I. Inc. M1;
Sgt. Greene is the of
son Mrs.
,
In addition to all: the foregoing Laura Brown of 2130 NW V
offerings, Northwestern Evening
158th St., Opa Locka, and Is
School has a business education wa
now stationed at Ft. :Stewart
department that trains students : The
Ga. Mrs. Greene is the former largest collection and rental '
for clerical and stenographic positions. I
Marguerltta Bethell, daughter of
will be. conducted Clauses in in this the section following the- late John F. Bethell. I agency in the South; operating in w,

subject areas: typing (beginning I
and advanced) ; short Dade and Broward Counties' '
hand beginning and advanced) personal by word, "Education

and accounting I, II, III,. At regular doesn't cost; it pays." Negro Housing areas _: -.

intervals the business edu "" " ,_,," ," ,.
cation section administers a refresher L. L. BROOKS, President
course for secretarial Meet Your Friends *t MANAGING
AND
workers and aspirants This Intensive MAINTAINING MORE THAN

course is designed to LITTLE CAL'S r 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
prepare students for tests lead
ing to regular employment in 2955 N. W. 54th St. BROWARD COUNTIES
civil service and industrial positions

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Assis't JFK Address BEAUTICIANS most finalized interesting plans to convention make this the In .1

to PREPARE FORLAKELAND the history of the association.

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Florida Voters QualityPhotography
League Florida Every city that, town has and Tillage organized in ,

beauticians will bar- representatives
TAMPA The Florida Voters to the 24th annual eoven.
I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA League, Inc., will convene at tion of the Orange Blossom DONE BY
Jacksonville on May 2021. At Beauticians Association, Inc
SATURDAY, MAY ,,6, 1961 PAGE 7 this meeting the election of all The state president, Mrs.
officers for the next two years Aalne S. Waldon of West Palm
II will take place. Because the con Beach returned recently from' a .
I stitution of the League does not trip to Lakeland, site of the 1961
Uy PAUL II. WYCHE JR. permit; the president, secretary, session May 21,26. She confer-
and treasurer to succeed them red with Mrs. Albertha Strick-
I TeensConference selves but once these top position. land, president Dull 39 and mem
I .* must 'be filled by new per bers of the convention host. The
sons. These positions are now president wart Itnpressd with the
held by the following: President, elaborate plans and the work
Edward D. Davis, Ocala-Tampa; this unit has done to insure a
secretary, L. V. Davis, Gaines successful meeting
rille; treasurer, Sumter James Each year, the spark that Ignites .
Sr., Madison. high excitement and stimu
II The Jacksonville voters groups lates speculation is the queen
have planned elaborate enter- contest, oratorical contest and
Hi teen timers let's start parents continue to be essential
a
tainment for the voters from over the competitive hair style con Johnson of Miami
new edition of the Teens' Con. long after the birth
years the State. The main feature '
test, and who will win. Gifts,
ference. Well, last week we fin has been effected. of the Sunday afternoon
programwill scholarships, first and second 409 N.W. 17th Street
ished our discussion on movies. How could' babies survive if be an address by Atty. prize trophies are awarded the
Today rents., let's talk about' our pa they did not have a mother to Frank Reeves of Washington, as winners by the State President. Phone FR 7-2294
sistant to President John F. Many of the leading hair stylists
feed them and dress them and
It is ,the of
arrangement na
Kennedy
watch over them constantly lest \tn, the state today was once a
ture that children: should love
they fall out of their crib and be The local voters leagues will contestant in the hair style show
their parents. Thank God, the seriously injured, and a fatherto be allowed one delegate for each sponsored by the association It !II
vast majority of children do love for hours to 25 registered voters. All local All 'department heads have Advertise Pays
work long M as
their parents. It is this love that with food and leagues are urged: to select their
makes the normal home so hap provide them deegates: and forward the--n me
shelter the
and during
a place for both children and clothing of I
py when it Is simply out of same to the secretary, L. V,
parents. Poverty, sickness and years Davis, 2212 NE 8th ave., Gaines
troubles of all kinds can be en abe the; question to secure that these we things should for be ville. Headquarters for the Jack. ,NEED MONEY ?

dured as long as love is present. ourselves? This necessity con aonvllle meeting is at Fiesta Motel
This does not mean that usteenagers 1251 Kings Road, Jackson MORTGAGESWE
always find it to tlues in varying degrees during ville. WE MAKE AND REFINANCE
easy
be submissive to our parents. grade school and high school. BUY LOTS AND
When we arrive at our teens, we When us tenagers loo'c: upon es:=t HOMESCall
sometimes think that our parentsare our parents as tyrants and refuse NEED MONEY
unnecessarily severe in the to give them the obedienceand Ronald I. Baron
rules they lay down and In commands respect that are their due, $25 to $600 IE Z-4' 343
that they give. we are only condemning our Call PL 8.3653 Mortgage Broker
selves. All that we havevo got
Thus, there are parents who from our parents. We are an ex IDEAL LOAN B28 SUNNY ISLE BLVD. WI J-3566
demand that us younger teen tension of our parents. We look MIAMI BEACH /
agora ((15 or 16)) must be in ata like them. We act like them. If 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
certain hour of the night when our parents are foolish, then we :;: iii..

we are allowed to go out. Many are foolish too, r.-'- - """: .. -.r.. .-..... -
nights, in fact most of the Of course conscientious par'ents
nights, the parents will not allow are not foolish. Quite the
the teenagers to go out at contrary. They are responsiblefor NORTHWESTERN ADULT EDUCATION
all. the child's welfare They will:
More than that. Parents frownon go to hell if they do not make
steady and exclusive dating. sure that their children are sufficiently .
They demand that school booksbe protected against losIng CENTER
studied. They Insist that re their souls. They have to be
spect be shown to elders. They strict. They have to warn and ,
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claim the right of censoring the prohibit and make themselves at : 7007 N.W. 12th Avenue '
reading material and the movies times (In the eyes of their teen. I
that the children patronize. agers) a general nuisance. Miami 50 f Florida

Teentimersi think at time that .t'
this is all pretty strict. We love Attention All Vets PL 4-5491
our, parents. But we sometimes I
ANNOUNCES ADULT EDUCATION CLASHES FOR Tina SUMMER TERM 1001
feel that they might love us even The American Legion, William
more if the parents would go a Henry Bethel Post No. 281 of Registration Monday Through Friday I
bit easier on the restrictions. We Richmond Heights, is still urg Between 9tOO. and 10100: pm.
sometimes want to be treated as ing all veterans to join them in I I II
adults., We like to imagine our making their community a HIGH SCHOOL SCHEDULES
se.ves as capable of getting along
strong one. Join now we are ,
well on our own and withoutthe waiting. There's a lot in store All classes meet from 7iOO till 10:00 p.m.
constant supervision of moth. I I I
er and father.Of I for you. English MW (8( sections) American History AITW'I'I I
The Post also has affairs on
course, such a tiling is out I Saturday night on the corner of Kngllfth TT ((2 sections) American Government MTWT ,
of the question Parents are I Polk St. and Perry Drive. Barbecue I .Mnth( (D6)) MTWT Band MW" '
quite essential. to children all is on sale along: with a I Math MTWT rro.: tab School MTWT I II
the way from ,birth to man'sand
free whist game Oo out and ,
woman's. estate.As "Science MW Bookkeeping TT
take your friends and have a
far as it is known, nobody! good time. All members are ask- I Science TT Typing ))2 sections) MTWT
since Adam and Eve got into
ed to attend their meetings. For
life without parents. The Child further information contact Registration fee of,$LOOJabl.. at Uu time of regtatratlon. I

Jesus was the one exception.So Joseph Steward, post comman Counseling service Is available Monday through Thursday evening
according to the system der, CE 5-1450 at 14660 Fllmoro I
that has been worked out for the St. or Edward Hanna Jr., CE An Adult High School Diploma 1* awarded on the heals of 10 unit of credit'
continuation of the human race,
5.1283 14780 Tyler St., Murray
a simply cannot be born Excellent\ library facilities are available
person James Jr., CE 5.0956, 14380
unless he or she is willing to ac
Carver Drive indff
cept the condition laid down for .

being born, namely parents. No ADULT TRADE TRAINING PROGRAM
parents, no life. TALK with TAYLORFR
It is a .strange thing, then, for NORTHWESTERN CENTER

JL teenager to look upon his 9-1703 Classes offered full-time basis 3100 3130 to lOtOO
who on a or p.m.
mother and father AS\ people About your income tax
ire superfluous and unnecessarywhen LATE or WRONG 1 I Automobile Mechanic MTWTP Radio-TV Service MTWTP
life Itself is dependent upon I
them. It is a particularly strange 1454 N.W. 3rd Ave. Tailoring MTWFT+

thing in view of the fact that I I I'art-tlme cljutses: ((7tOO 10:00: p.m.)

Architectural Drafting MTWTF Cabinet Making and Mlllwork MTWT

Dry Cleaning MTWTF Power Machine Operation MW

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Automobile Mechanic Tailoring Cabinet Making and MlllworkKntrance

Requirement and Court, both center*-Any person who la 19 year ofago

or older or who ha been withdrawn from day high nchool for six month. or

more, Is eligible to register for training. For certain courses' applicant are required -

I to take entrance tent to determine reading and, mathematic proficiency

I In addition to the registration fee of' f2.OO, them in a monthly shop fee of $b.Ml

"1 i for full.time clawM ; of '2.b0 for part-***..
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1 THE MIAMI' TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA NORTH ,DADE \IIU l

' PAEE 8 SATURDAY, MAY e, 1961

; t INSTRUCTORSRECEIVE

IWTY.
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1-7959 N.W. 22nd.Ave. & 69th St.
Instructorswere OX
i WILLIAMS RETIRES Five North Dade ,
awarded stipends for sum
mer study at schools throughoutthe
I United States. These stipendsof FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY:
: from at least $450 to more
AS PRINCIPAL than $2,000 for a single sum-
mer's study, are provided thru
the National Defense EducationAct

-.-...,."" of 1958 which Is sponsoring
I J. Musical Salut'eBegins Institutes In science, mathematics

and foreign languages.Four .
AppreciationWeek
\
of the stipends at North,
Dade fell In the area of science
y and mathematics. Harold Ouln-
"Nineteen years in retrospect" yard, physics and chemistry Instructor RK 11MMIE Slot=

!tq: the central theme for honoring at North Dade will at
of
u Principal Charles L. Williamsvho tend an eight-week course In
T g kA is retiring in June.A physics at Tennessee State A&l
\ ful' week of activities' his University. Gulnyard completedhis r111MMIE IUANA HILL ''
i '>een scheduled for the occasion. undergraduate work at Be-
Sunday, May 14, the Booker T. thune Cookman College. N, ROOGERS PMTEN WILLS is *}

Washington Bead will present a aN.M.sc.oP'a col.oft by oa ulxs "
musical salute. Vocal and inI Hartman Gibson, science in
I strumental soloists will feature structor, will attend an eight-
graduates ,of the school. Timothy week course in general scienceat
O. Savage, band director has Indicated Virginia State College.
that the concert has been Tee Stewart Greer Jr., a grad
planned fur one hour 5-6 p.m. uate of Morehouse College In Atlanta
9 Seventh grade groups will I 1 is planning to participateIn su2
stage a "Mr. Wonderful" showIn an eight-week course In mathematics FF
honor of Mr. Williams Mon at the University of New
day May 15 at 3:15: p.m. 'Hampshire Greer also received
ly. and ninth assemb'l several other offers but declined
Eighth /XATAUE KHAKI A UNIVUSAL-INTttNATlOfUl ftTUq
__ .'.......nWIH'n ., .... ... fol.ow. or.: Tu sday with them in favor of the programat CECIL KEUAM*CHAOS DMtf.JUDITH CVtun
gram "Sincerely.:: New Hampshire.
diaries ti. Williams,
"The Great Decision" will be
principal of Booker T. Washington McLeod mathematics
the topic for Wednesday, May Crandell MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
lor.Senlor High School, Instructor, is planning to attenda
16, when curricula clubs eer-
makes his final report to the vice organizations and honors six-week math institute at w e xy, F
Dade County Sohool Board in Brooklyn College in New York.
present assembly' to salute
groups
June, he will be singing his
"Swan Song" to the tune of 19 "the gr atest" principal.A Miss Wallls W. Harara foreign
radio tribute, May 18, en 0FROM
years of service in Miami; and, anguage instructor, has been 2
titled "The Years; of Charles L"viii
culminating 34 years as an edu : accepted as a participant In an
cator In the public schools., recount the achievementsand eight-week course In Spanish at
impact of Mr. Williams dur-
Mr. Wil! lams. was appointedto Southern University in Baton
ing his 19- stay in the' Miami
prlnclpa ship here In 1942. year Rouge, La. MLss Hamm is a grad.
The pupil enrollment at thatt community. uate of Florida A&M University.
Community night, May 19,
me was 1025. Today, the en-
will culminate the activities for
ro.lment has reached a 2,196
the week. The entire community's
peak. FAMUANS AT
invited to witness a tableau
Through the untiring, unceasing i "Six Short Stories" written ,by WARNER BROS.IN WARNERCOLOR
and diligent planning of Mr. I
William Mackey, member of the BEACH ART ,
Williams, a 19-year dream is fast faculty. M ROSS ALUN-DOTTIE LEE PHILLIPS-WILLIAM FULLER

becoming thfull a reality.participation He envisioned of all Faculty responses will be ded- MEETToward Written/ by OWEN CRUMP -Produced by CEDRIC FRANCIS
cated to "Our Most .
Unforgettable -
students in out-of-class activity "
7:30
Persons. Presentations
and thus estab ished more than from the alumni, PTA,.. Daddies Lewis-, head,. art department I
60 Interest clubs and nationallyaffiliated
Club, fraternal, federated and Florida A&M University 1
he venturedInto
groups; -ilvic organizations, churches and served as program, coordinator
the realm uf individual and
sef: -help and organized religious groups, professional organizations of community education [ be hearing about
group place you'll
students who were interested In :: and others will 'be section .13, during the hl'ennll'meeting very you go
made during the program. of the National Art Ed.
becoming proficient in special ucation organization at Miami
areas of study.Following I Beach

an evaluative study The theme of the conferencewas
and forecast, Principal Wlllla.na
: "
"Quality In Art Teaching
spurred the PTA and patrons to ELECTRONICSTRAINING Gerald F. Hooper of the FAMUart
formulate committee action. The department was the THE INN..THE GUESTS..THE SENSATIONS OF THE GREAT BEST Stow!
Jesuits stand as mute testimony among
nearly 1,000 artists In atten
of his ]leadership. Physical facilities I dance at the meeting from allover I & --.'
ENGINEERINGINDUSTRIAL
to prepare Washington- .
the United States
FROMWARNER BROS. !!
TECHNICOLOR
ians for greater services broughtthe I
school gymnasium cafeteriaand A. R. Berry and Bal Jean ITURIHJ mi
library renovation music ELECTRONICSTV Smith, Miami freshman art ma I'
and Industrial arts building and SERVICING jor represented the university EGAN-MCGUIRE-DEE-KENNEDY-DONAHUE'
the south annex with modern office at an art workshop at the
space. ELECTRONIC DRAFTINGfull versity of South Florida In uni'l

Mr. Wl1' ams can point with and pert-tim court*! pa .vece2tK\Berry Is a memberof
day and evening clatM
pride to these accomplishments FAMU art department
made possible by the 19 fruitful R.E.T.S FR 1-1439 8:40
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NHS Finalist in Typing Contest I MISS ESTELLA THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


HEPBURN IS SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1961 PAGE 9 I

BRIDE OF RALPH

ADDERLEY JR. the church, Mrs. Kemp played WIFE. CHARGED
the "Wedding March And as the
Dy ELLIOTT J. PIEZB bride entered, the immortal Bridal WITH MURDER
Chorus from the Lo
f Opera
In one of the mot elaborate
., : weddings witnessed In the Miami hengrin was'played.Following A 23-yeatold woman has been
; the
sr area during the current season,, ceremony a reception charged with ,first degree mur
was held at the home of
Miss Estella LeVerne Hepburn, Mr. der In the shooting of her com
and Mrs. Richardson
Audley ,
daughter of Mrs. Clotilda Hop mon-law husband) .
776 NW 64th st. A large crowd
burn of 2106 NW 3rd ave.,' apt. Odessa Coleman of 10200 SW
I E: t4F 204, became the bride of Ralph attended. the marriage and reception. 182nd St., Perrine, had originally
Adderley Jr., son of Mr. and been charged with aggravated
Mrs. Ralph Bobby Adderley Sr., assault in the April 22 barroom
of 353 NW 14th St.. a double Lillian Thomas shooting of Thomas Wood, 35.
i f't ring ceremony, which was performed Wood died at Jackson Memor-
Sunday afternoon at Weds Joseph lat Hospital

Temple Baptist- Church, 1723 WilliamsThe 1
I NW 3rd ave., with the Rev. L. I
! A. Thompson, pastor, officiating. marriage of Mrs. Lillian
Thomas and Joseph Williams, FOR SALE I

". --"..,..-.......__"- ning gown of white chantillylace Church was solemnized Saturday -
Francis Dennett anc Marsha Students throughout ,the state and silk organza, with diamond April 29 at the home of Beautifjul 2-Bedroom
McIver were among the finalists entered the, contest. Other par shaped patches of chantilly Mrs. Thomas' brother and sister'inlaw > N
in the. annual state typing and ticipants from Northwesternwere lace on- the front of the Mr.' and Mrs. William CBS
shorthand contests which were Clyde Daln and Ruby gown, a white medium length Franko, 1213 NW 70th st.
held at Bethune Cookman Col- Pierce. I veil, a long white train, Guest present were, Mr. and WITH FLORIDA
lege, April 22. Francis was a white shoes, gloves and a Mrs. Perdue Gamble and 'sons, ROOM
first place winner in shorthandI Miss Yvonne Massey accompanied white pearl necklace, and carry Leslie and Kensley, Vernon
and Marsha. placed third in the contestants to Daytona : ing a prayer book with a white Ward and Ralph Covington of 3130 N.W. 59th St.,

typing 1. Deach. orchid attacher thereto, the Newark, N.J., Mrs. Queenle Da
: bride was given in marriage by vis, Mr. and Mrs. James Monroe, Like new, modern in every

her uncle, Willie Hepburn. Rev and Mrs. Dlacknell. Rev, way. ,Electric stove and refrigerator .
The bride was attended by a Blacknell officated.
matron of honor and six bridesmaids hardwood floors,
North Dade
Teacher at Mrs. Lillian Rolle" sisterof Crusaders SaleThe tile roof, storm awnings.See .
the bride was matron of hon- this home Sunday from

or, and bridesmaids .were: Misses 12 to 5:30. $490 down $80
Crusaders Club of the lo
Peggy Howard, Velma Boule, gal NAACP Is sponsoring a giant month. Total price $11,000..
Awarded Shell fellowship Carolyn Curtis, Joyce Taylor and benefit sale on next Saturday,
Dallas Lowery and Mrs. Alma
Jones. May 6 at the patio of Mt. Zion .
Baptist Church, NW 3rd ave. at
Mns Elizabeth Collins, a Mr. Adderley, father of the
\ I 9th st. The public is invited to CBS Bedroom
bridegroom. was the bestman,
teacher of mathematics at North the sale.
Dade Junior-Senior High Schoolof FATHER GIBSON' and ushers were Joseph Cobb,

Opa Locka, has recently been ADDRESSES Jesse Owens, Rodney Robinson Large rooms. Fully land.
selected by the Shell Foundation John Johnson, Arthur Jones and Acaped. Full price only
as one of the persons to receive SENIORS Leon Smith.
the 1961 Cornell Shell i I I I The matron of honor and the $150 Cash $70 Mo. $12,000. Only $770 down
Merit' Fellowship for teachers of bridesmaids were all beautifully and $70.69 per month with
science and mathematics.Out attired in rainbow and pastel ..5 3-40/0 interest.
3-bedroom furnished
colors, while the bridegroom, jthe on
of sixteen, persons chosen bestman and the ushers all 'wore large lot. No qualifying. 1361 N.W. 61st Terr.
in the area of mathematics, Mrs. black formals Mr. Hepburn who Open Sun. 12. 5:30 p.m.
Collins was the only teacher selected t. j gave the ,bride In marriage, was .
from the State of Fla. also dressed in a black formal C.

The Shell Foundation was one The bride was also attended DUPLEX
of the pioneers in the programof .>y eight cute little flower: girls, Want to Rent?

summer institutes for teach A pillow girl, and a rlngbearer. $390 Down $82 Mo. Call !
ers of science and mathematics Hie flower girls were Carol Ferguson us
Dr. Phillip O. Johnson is currently I Casandra Queen, Denesafay
coordinator of thla, foun ww : lor., Angel Rolle, ConstanceKemp By 12th Ave. and 62nd St. eWe

da tlon.. Sharon Smith, MarcellaPalmer
furnished fenced
Partly finance
Mit4a and Kim Burrows can your auto

The Shell, Companies Foundation I Little Barry Jackson was the move i in today. mobile liability insurance
has two study center, Cornell rlngto oarer. on easy monthly payments.Goodman's .
University at Ithaca N.Y.
being the center for all selec -

,tees east of the Mississippi Riv rainbow and pastel colors. Visit Real
er. Mrs Eloise Barrett Kemp furnished
Criteria for selection l included music for the occasion at
consideration of the following: ; the console of the organ. As the 801 N.W. 54th St. Estate & Insurance

Leadership qualities, geographic bridesmaids and ushers entered '
location, academic and profes- : f OX 6.1740 PL 9-8372

sional preparation, teaching experience ; 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
of' at least five years, and Fr. Gibson. TRIO REALTY

future leadership opportunities M Excerpts from I'r. Gibson's OX 1-0380
and special project Interest. 'I -
speech were written by Tyrone
Students and teachers are still
vMrs.. Collins' speech project Jackson.
Gibson whospoke
'lauding Fr. Theodore
of the new
will Include a study
recently to the North
innovations in mathematics -
curriculum of the success Dade family from the topic,
evaluation
an "
"Seniors Face The Future.
innovations
curricular
of the be
"Freedom cannot boughtfor
In terms of pupil achieve free, walk in dignity," and
ment, and of primary Interest to similar and meaningful phrases

Instruction her, a study In of mathematics the methods that of highlighted the Inspirational STARTING MONDAY MAY 15

most effectively equate message to the youth of North ,
can Dade Junior-Senior High where I
of children fromlow' I
achievement Charles D. Wyche is principal.
socio-economic groups population. Father Gibson gave a message And Every Monday Nite ThereafterBOXING
total
to ,that of the reminiscence of
that was not a
Mrs. Collins is the 'wife of past effort or past achievement,
'Thomas Collins, a probation officer it was a reminder of future obligations
In Dade, and the mother of and of future accomplishments.

three children. She Is a graduateof '
Hampton Institute and has In giving his views on mar

taught in Prince George County, riage, Father Gibson maintained:
Md., and Nassau County, Fla., that marriage Is not built on i
,
prior to her coming to Dade. love alone but Include anotherfactor
Mrs. Collins la a' member of -a c.omman Interest.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and This common interest must
the Liberty City Lutheran parallel socially, :spiritually, and
..
Church. perhaps most important, educa
tionally. If there is no parallel


Rev ThanksI Clark Expresses succeccful ism In between:reviewing marriage these the can factors unemployment be ,built.no[ At SIR JOHN HOTEL ARENA


problems, the clergyman
would like to extend my sincere asserted that only through our
thanks to everyone who contributed present and futuro educational "KNIGHT BEAT"NW5
toward the success of preparation will we be able to

the wonderful program on Sun escape !tThere I
day, April 30 which wu givenin will be no Negro bust'ness 3rd Ave. at 6th St.
"there
my honor. I was deeply touch ," the minister said,
ed by the many expressions of will be human beings competing
good wishes by all the auxiliaries for jobs."
of the, church, deacons, min From the reaction;; of the -
!
Miters, members and 'friends. Especially North Dade Family tJM message -
.::: 1 would like to thank was deeply appreciated. The, AA Action

'Rev.. L.. A. Thompson, pastor of assembly was a culminating activlty -*
Church for the from a unit in 12th grade
Tempe: Baptist
fine services rendered during the English entitled, "A Senior and? Plus Royal"r
ceremony of the unveiling of His Problems," compiled by Mrs. Lx
the cornerstone of our church."No Lois P. Hogan, an Instructor in// A "Battle
of
longer forward nor behind, language art*. The problems
divided Into
I look in hope or fear: the seniors were
But grateful, ,take the good I five categories: Problems of the
find family, school, fears, love and Under supervision of Miami Efoxing Commission
/
and the future.
and here. courtship
The best of now
May God's choicest blessings The following professional per-
Invited to assist with
all ol ions were
be with you.
the unit: Farley D. Neasman. i
Rev. N. F. Clark, putor
Church David Simmons, Rev. McDowell
: St. Matthew's Baptist 4 ..
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ST. PAUL A. M. E. MT. AARON BAPTIST

N.W. lath Ave.
Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor C340
: "r Mrs. Lee Cray reporter Rev. C. W. Scott, pastor

Sunday School . . 9:30: Dea. Earl COlden, clerk
Morning Worship . 11:00 ounday:> School ....................... 8:3C
Evening Worship . 7:00 Morning Worship ................ ilUK:
0' BTU ...................................._... .6UU
Our assistant pastor, Rev. Evening; Worship ......, ,:ou
j Slayton Matthews, brought us Praper meeting Tuesday .... 8.UU
:. the message Sunday morning.
to The Missionary rendered a love' GREATER NEW BETHELRev.

me ly program Sunday night. The
pastor will be Looking for us to W. 1C Smith, pastor
Love Feast Friday night and Mrs. R. Conley, Clerk
.. Holy Communion Sunday.A Morning Worship( ............ 11:00
Sunday School ................... 9:30
lovely Mother's Day programIs B. T. U. .............................. 530
Church, of The Open .Door planned for the second Sun' Evening Worship ................ 7:00
\ THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA day night. Mrs. Jessie Smith lain Evening Worship ................. :00
1\ (Congregational) charge. We are happy to see

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1961 Rev. H., C. McDowell pastor Mr. Timmons at home and Mrs. Zion Hope M. Baptist
; A. E. McNael, reporter Elvira Smith doing better. Don't
I forget the sick and shut-ins. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor
Sunday, May 7.the. ..serviceswill : .1710 N.W. 69th St. and 17th Ave.
BETHANY S. D. A. THE HOUSE OF GOD center around, Festival 01" THE INCARNATION' (Tuesday night)
with confirmation '
The Family" Service 11:00-
Morning
Elder C. B. Rock pastor SAINTS IN CHRIST of a class of children who have Church School ... . 9:30: School 940
Mrs. Evelyn W. Tynes, reporter 1612 N.W. 62nd St. been taking classes, under the in Solemn Sung Mass . 10:45 Sunday 6:00
There were many highlights In Mother E. L. Orange, pastor struction of our pastor and for Jr. DYG meeting . . 5:00 BTU
Bethany during the past week. Joseph W. Covlngton, reporter several Sundays his morning ser Sr. EYC meeting . 6:00 Evening Service 7:00
Moat Miamians rememberedthe Sunday School . . 10:00 have been based on the
mons Solemn Evensong . 7:00
dynamic and distinguished Morning Service . 11:00 lessons taught the children. \ ,BETHANY BAPTIST
pastor Elder J. E. Cox, who V. P. W. W. U..6:30: Holy Communion will be observed Special Confirmation Service
pastored here in the middle 40's. Evening Service . . 7:30 and new members fellow- and sermon by the Rt. Rev. Wil 3078 N.W. 45th St
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor
He has returned as guest pastor The House of God Saints In shipped. llAm F. Moses, D.D., Suffragan Marjorie Shelby, reporter

and will remain until May 7 Christ Is beginning a two weeks ,Monday night, May 8 there Bishop of the Diocese of South Sunday School ...................... 9:30
Elder Cox started his dynamic meeting conducted ,by Bishop N. will be a very i Important meetingof Florida at 1 p.m. Morning worship ...........4... 11:00

preaching on Friday night, April Hightower. On Monday, May 6, the; church: with Supt. Robbin Events: The Saints AnnMararet BTU ...................................;..... 5:30
28. On Sabbath, April 29 he delivered the Founder and the Bishop. Ralph of the Florida Congregational ,- Chapter of the Episcopal Evening worship .............. 7:00
A a message to an overflow Christian Conference in Churchwomen of the Incarnationis
Ing church at which time the en- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE attendance. All members are sponsoring their 3rd annual
tire congregation was soul stir asked to' be, present. fashion Show on Friday May 13
red. Christian Science Society, NW May 21, at 6 u.m. Youth Vesper at 8:30: p.m. at the Hampton SEE THE WORLD'S
Miami, holds Its services every Service with ,Dade Junior douse Villa Pool Patio. Ticketsare
Thursday night a well planned Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T. College Choral group as. guest. now on sale. Call OX 1-7056, GREAT SPIRITUAL
dignified banquet was held at. Washington School. Testimonial Plans are being made for Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke, chapter
Dorsey Junior High school auditorium meetings are held once a month, Mother's Day which will be announced chairman. LEADER
In which time Elder J. the last Wednesday in each next week. AND PHYCHIC READER

H. Wagner, president of the month at 8 p.m. Indf Our church is an.. oPen.door! MT. SINAI BAPTIST
South Atlantic Conference, was.
welcome. BISHOP
Visitors are especially HUNTERIf
guest speaker. Liberty City LutheranN. Church School, Youth Fellow Hev. S. A. Thomas pastor
at 9:45: a.m.; Men's Bible Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter sick
ship are worried don'tfail
May 7th will: culminate our activities W. 58th St. and 16th Ave. Class and Women's group meet. Sunday School . . 9:30 you'
me
which was held in the interest to see today. Office hours
Morning worship . 11:00:
11
of the church building Holy Communion will be cele- Regular morning worship at BTU . . . . 6:00 daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
program, with a tea at our brated at the Liberty City Lutheran a.m. 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
Evening worship ,. . 7:00:
Academy, 5001 NW 2Bth ave. Church this Sunday In the to 3 p.m.READINGS.
The time is 4 p.m. service at 3 p.m. The church' Is GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
presently meeting In the Carver Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist (,
6896 N.W. 14th Ave.
ST. MARK PRIMITIVE YMCA, NW 58th St. at 15th ave. Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor 402 N.W., 2nd Ave.
The Rev. James Bouman will Hallandale Florida !$1.00up)
School .:10 ,
145& N.W. 53rd St. Sunday
preach on the theme, "Prayer
Rev. Benjamin Franklin pastor
Sis. Sarah Williams, secretaryRev. That Works." Sunday School and I Morning Service 11:00 Rev. C. E. McClary ,
F. L. Johnson, pastor Bible Classes meet at 2 p.m. Evening Service . . 7:00 Service reporterlivening
.. ............. 9:30 Night . 8:15 8 p.mSunday 5417 SW 17 St.
Sunday School ..... : Wed. Study School .... ................ 9:30:
Morning Worship ............... 11:00: Word has been received that Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. ?
I Morning service ................... 1100; WESTHOLLYWOOD ;
Evening Worship ................... 7:30: the Rev. John Dede, former mis .
Evening service ....................... 7:00
B. T. U. .................................. 0:30 slonary in Nigeria, will be tak- Last Sunday morning we were
ing over the pastoral duties of delighted to have as our guest BTU ........................................ 6iQC FLA. PROF. 11UMEU
We welcome all Primitive Baptists the church sometime this sum peaker, Earl gels, director of
as well as our friends! and mer. finance and public relations in ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.

well wishers to all our services.An our Synod. In the evening the J. W. Stepherson, pastor
"Evening of Fashions and It was started as a mission women presented an entertaining
Talent" will be L presented, Sun three months ago by the Rev. as well Informative program. M. T. Copeland reporter MIAMI TIMES ADS
day May 7 at 3.11l.. All participants Bouman and the Rev. Walter This Sunday from 3 to 6:30 Sunday School ................ .... 9:43
are asked to be presentat Pinnt, and has been growing p.m. we hope to have a fine delegation BTU: .......................................... 5:30: DONT' COST THEY PAY
2:30: p.m. This promises to bea steadily ever since. Residents of of cur members to attend Morning Service ........ ........ 11:00:

most highly entertaining event.A the Liberty City-Brownsville area the conference at the First
strawride will be held Fri- are encouraged to enroll their Presbyterian Church of MiamI.
day, May 5. The (bus will leave children in the Sunday School at The following topics will be discussed IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE
the church at 8:30 p.m. You are any time. Further informationcan : Church and Youth Bud
welcome to this affair. be obtained by calling WI getlng, Every Member Canvass, SUSPENDEDWhy
71913. and Missions. Let
Stewardship
We are all praying for the us make every effort to attend, wait up to six weeks to clear your record whenwe

speedy recovery: of our lovable ST. JAMES AME CHURCH for it will be greatly beneficial can clear you and have your driver's license back

and capable secretary Sis. Sarah to us. in your wallet in ONE DAY at. .
Williams who is. 111 and confinedto Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor In our morning communion
Mt. Sinai, room 437. Also Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter sermon "J' 'U8 Goes to Church,"
f Mother Stevens in Jackson Hos Sunday School 9:30: we will see what the gospels tell Servke-F/rsf/ Insurance Agency

pital. Morning worship 11:00: us about what church life meant I
to Jesus. I 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5-6355

ST. LUKE BAPTIST I The regular order of services ; and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA... .a.fifiio
will be .
followed
Sunday. Parents MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. ::1 Open Saturdays ;until 3
I
\ Rev. P. W Williams, pastor are urged to send their p.m.
Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter children to Sunday School. E. M. Thomas, pastor
Sunday School . . 9530: The pastor will preach at both Phyllis Myers reporter
Morning Worship . 11:00 morning and evening services Sunday School . . 9:10
BTU . . . . 6:30 and the Holy Communion will be Morning Service . . 11:00 Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller
Evening Worship . . 7:00: administered. We luvlte you to Evening Service . . 7:00 Not a Rootman Not God Either But
come and worship with us thru
The deacons invite you to out the day Sunday. Sunday morning Rev. Daniel JUST A GOD SENT MAN

4 their service Thursday night at delivered the message. It was aa .Rev.
8:00 o'clock May 1. We are All members who have not inspiration to everyone. Shepherd. Bogaetors
asking the unity of the entire paid the general fund of $2.00are The deaconesses are sponsor :-:-- :-; Do you have a problem?
church and others who would like urgently requested to do &0. ing a Mother's Day program on, Business Bad
I to come. Rev. Griffin will be the The pastor must make his re May 14. They are asking the cooperation Marriages
speaker. port on May 16th.. of the entire church. Falling, Can't win the manor

Please, members, don't fall to The second quarterly conference Patricia Motley Is still in the woman you love, Been -..
pay your $5.00 on Mother's will be held Friday, May 12 hospital and we are praying for Crossed Need Money,
J Day. Thank you for the pastor. at which time every organizationof her to have a ,speedy recovery. ,,
Pray for the sick and shutins.BJAHA'I the church is asked to submita Kter)'thing Going Wrong?
written report and 15.00. The Health
ST. MATTHEWSRev. Bad ,Can't Satisfy
I ASSEMBLYMiss presiding elder, Rev. F. A. Allen
'I will be present on Mother's Day N. F. Clark, pastor I Your Husband or Wife?
Olive Alexander executive and will deliver the Mother's Rev. J. E. Munroe, reporterOn _
director of JESCA, will hold the Day message.On last Sunday afternoon Want a New Home or Car?

first of a aeries of discussions on members and their friends wit' .
J -
the Baha'i Center, 137 Sunday, May 21, the Rev
Prayer at A. J. Reddick Board will observe nessed an unveiling of the cr-
NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Sunday SEE ME TODAYNever
their anniversary at 3 p.m. Dr. nerstone of St. Matthews Baptist -
theme for this session
The
C May 7. Reddick i Church, 361 NW 17th It.I I
former
a
pastor, will
will be: "The Power of before in the history
is invited be present and will deliver the I This occasion was a most Insplr r of Miami, have
The
so
Prayer. public many
anniversary message. A v e r y Ing one at which time the pastor people been helped by this
unique and interesting programis was the recipient of many kind
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP being planned by the membersof nesses pointing up the progress I '.1 great wonder man.

220 N.W. 20th Street this board. made by the church under his
It
costs nothing to
Elder O. O. Fann, paster leadership.The =
Sunday School . . 10:00: We extend an Invitation to our program ws highlighted =. come in and ,talk
Horning worship . 11:00 many members and friends to at. by the unveiling ceremonies' d- -
Evening service . . 7:30 tend and take anactive part in ficienty conducted by Rev. L. A.:
627 N.W. 9th St. 1 FR 9-9138
Tues. Kite M.S.A.C . 8:00 I the activities of St." James, "The Thompson, pastor of Tempi Apt.

Thunra. Prayer Tarry 8:00 Friendly Church. Baptist was one Church.of warm The fellowship afternoon, In Key West Every Tuesday at 708 Angela StreetIn

Mother Higgs of the Prayer MARTIN MEMORIAL AME with all repartmenta of the
Band will begin a spiritual meeting church well represented. Marathon ''Every Wednesday 9 to. 9

starting at 8 p.m. Monday, Richmond Heights At Johnson's Barbecue Stand
May 8. Mother specializes In Wilma Harris reporterRev. SMYRNA BAPTIST
praying for the sick and whatever L. R. Brown pastor In Opa Locka at 16101 N.W. 27th Avenue
condition may be. Sunday; School ...................... 9:31 1772 N.W. 65nd St.
Come your and let this real womanof Horning worship ................ 11:()( Morning worship . lit00 Every Friday, Starting April 28
God help you and hear her ACE League ............... ...... 6:0! Evening worship . . 7:10 9 a.m. until Phone NA 1.7120
gospel teaching and preachings. Evening!: worship ........._ 740 Rev. J. A. Swain, pastor



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THE MIAMI 1'MES MIAMI, FLORIDA


R+4FW' Q I SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1961 PAGE;11 'I



HEROINES OF Johnnie Hill, Josephine King, A.
M. Frazier. Those presenting
JERICHO HOLD gifts: Heroines Janie Cannon,
Lydia Pettis, Mattie Williams,
.
79TH MEETINGThe Maybelle Taylor.
4n __ A service, award for meritorious -
79th annual meeting of achievements was presentedto
t kY the most worshipful Union Patron Gibson from the Roy.
Grand Court of Heroines of Jericho al Arch department
: ( P 17J t tA1 working under the protection The grand session closed witha
of the most worshipful banquet held at Mt. Olive
Union Grand Lodge Free and Ac. Primitive Baptist Church, Grand
cepted Masons (PH.H of Florida Orator Brilla Thomas served as
Ill C. H. Henry 33rd degree toast mistress

grand master.A The State Deputies Council,
three day session of the will be held June 30 at Dade.
Heroines, Florida Jurisdiction, City.
was held in Jacksonville In the The annual H. of J. outing
Masonic Temple, 41(1( Broad St., will be in West Palm Beach
t April 1720. Heroine W. A, Young j
? : Speaker" for thu joint sessionof Public Relations.
all departments of Masonrywas
f 1 y'fqh Dr. It. W. Puryear, president
of Florida Normal Collegeof Announcement
i St. Augustine. The college
choir of the college presented. SPONSOR TAG DAY
i music for the occasion under the j
direction of K. Huenlnk. Rev. J. The Crusaders will sponsor a
: ; 11 S. Johnson served as master of City-wide tag day on May 27. All
''paxr' ceremonies. Others appearingwere persons in the Miami area will
Rev Robert Wilson, Rev. be called upon to buy a tag and
H. H. Robinson, Rev. S. E. Fel-: help the NAACP.
;. .w.w .. der, Rev. R. L. Wilson, Dro. C. St. Stephen's Church Kinder-
A, Tlllls, grand master C. H. ten located at 1781 NW 73rd et.

..... ...,.. _... .w..a..Y...=awn.d7alla..w...+w, ...n.aew, ..ei.__.. .., v. Henry and Juvenile Dranch No. opened on Monday, April 24. For
9 Presiding over all sessions of further information call PL
AID the Grand Court of the H of J. 8.6067..

ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. was Ill E, D, Gibson, 33 degree,
Grand Venerable Patron, assist
CLUB PRESENTSCAR Rev. R. H. Johmsoa. pastor I Aaron D. Hall, Pastor ed by Deputy and Grand Most Fashion Time

Cloe Sweeting, 'reporter E. Ingram, reporter Ancient Matron Ellen Collins.Of "Waltz Time is Fashion Time"
TO MINISTERThe Sunday School....................... 0:30 Sunday School ........................ 0:3(1: ( distinct interest on the presenting Miami's Ten Beit
Morning Worship ................ 11:00A. Morning worship ................ 11:00 agenda were reports from the Dressed Women sponsored
by
Pastor's Aid Club of New I C. E. League .................... 8:00 Evening worship ........... ..,..., 7:00FACTORY Grand C D. A., secretary Hero the Saints Ann-Margaret Chapter
Hope Missionary Baptist Churchwas Evening Worship .................... 7:00SALTER'S Ino A. G Mickens and the Grand of the Episcopal Churchwomen
organized February 9, 1961 Court secretary Heroine A. R. of the Incarnation at the
with' ten members. CHAPEl. Smith, and the Grand treasurer, Hampton House Villa Pool patio,
Installation services were heldon Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Heroine Josephine King and the 4200 NW 27th ave., Friday, May
the third Sunday afternoon in Ruth Twlggs, reporter l : ''REBUILT'MOTORS Grand Patrons' annual address. 12, 8:30: p.m. A dance will cli
Among the visitors Mrs.
April. The Rev. P. D. Cole of Sunday School 0 0 9:30 were max. Tickets on sale now from
11:00 Mary L. Morley of the Bahamas
Morning worship
delivered installation
Ft. Lauderdale the 0" AND call OX
chapter member or
sermon, after which a ACE League 0" 5:30: ; Preston Rainey and Sam Brady any Ellaha
Clarke
1-7056 Mrs. S. ,
1:00IOHNNY who brought greetings from
lovely repast was served The Evening worship .tRAN MISS ONS.MolorsOverhauled Jr., chairman. M13
the Holy Royal Arch department
pastor, Rev. James E. Brown
Greetings were also brought from
was presented the keys to a wI
1958 Chrysler Imperial. members of the Bethlehem Grand NEW HOPE BAPTIST
The president, officers and 111 ws .I Chapter Order of Eastern Star
members wish to thank everyone and the Heroine Crusaders. Rev James E. Brown pastor
for their full cooperation in a RyJCE Gifts were presented to varloua Bro. Vandell Bovan, reporter
I deputies of the state ....... ..
their fund raising. Little Bobbie I a Sunday School .... 9:30
Jean Nixon was the winner of I e eI 'igxM special gift from the Orange Morning Worship ................ 11:00:
the transistor radio, in the jun. I Blossom Council No.7. Deputies I Evening Worship .........?......... 7:00

lor department.The t

following are the present ;
members: From left to right,
Burnice Jean Miller, assistant RUPTURED ?
financial secretaryjJuanlta: MeKiftsic .. .- .
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Daisy Bell Phillips, Ar- / : '
nlta Lumpkins, recording secretary '

; Nellie Gillard, financial' \/.1.. "$3' ....1'" :.....,..50.. .. .1.;
: PILES RECTAL DISEASES
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Tommle Sue Grissom,
secretary; / : ,.. .hUI. ., .'. .Arf,. ., '
chairman social committee; Deacon I D iron cuwc .J
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Lafayette Mons, treasurer; ''' ;. .:.".'". _. .
Rev. James E. Drown; Annie L. "

Stephens, president; Leona Far- ,.. iiiss -
dlngton, Johnnie Bell Holt, rice t .. Jifi; Qs "
president; Bertha Skipper, Mai- I .. .... ,,,.; pl t.\.t\\ \ (A!!';, .v ,'; BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
lanee Lumpkins, chaplain. :' Overhauled: '

Top: Ethel Spencer, Ollie Mae "* ,' .'". ','. '. -.. '.-._ i' ".' Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
Green, Susie Wallace, Sarah '
Asberry, Bertha Kiper, Valeria M. MOSLEY 'ExcJuo'igedfrom: $75NO

Mons, Annie Harris, Essie Mae Chairman for Men's Day .'... .'. -'- '" -" 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
Drisqullla, Louise Green and I, .. .
Sunday, April 23, was Men'sDay ,: AhiA Tranquil IxmifaM Hair'rnbleta
Albertha Campbell. The amount raised was ; 'so.: : ...,.................. 1.08 I>rtIMlnJC .................. 1.00
iMembers not shown: MotherM. $2,200. Brother Johnny M. Mos .j'" ,2i I 7. : ..;, ( M/ulfun Walker ThinzIlcduclng SiglerOintment
Drown, Mary Waters, Lillian ley wa chairman and Brother i I.i ,...- ................ ....00 Plan ...,.... 2.0H
Dullard, Deacons L. J. Fisher :
Alfred James, cochairman .. ,; Posner'n Ilergiunont 888 Tonic 1.45 2.85
and Isaiah Spencer. 7 : HaIr Dressing ............ .05Canlitl Swamp Root ........ 75 1.U5
Total amount raised was Dr. J, B. Blacknell brought an OtiivDOWN; ......................... 1.20 Father John .' 1.35
n U.35. Inspiring message during the ) KnrrlngH ........ .10 to .70 pr.
morning service and C. W. Cog- The finest Cut Rate Prices
products at
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST dell, principal of Bethune Cook- 24 MONTHS TO :PAY
School made a : .
man Elementary I.. .' '.;; .1 OPEN DAILY A. SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
1671
N. W. 68th Terrace
very unique speech that even ;
Rev Ernest Williams, pastor ing. : :, JOHN A. McMINN Owner.
'
Sunday leaoon School Fred Williams. . ,. reporter. 9:30 A lovely song service was ren L."R." : :;.i.iEA'RiPR'' : '.C. .E

dered by the male chorus of Mt. ... ,, f'. ... ,
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Morning worship . 11:00 ':)I"t' .;';:;,4.'\;>"","Ii. : ,
Evening Service . . 7:00 Tabor Baptist Church at 3 p.m. -
Solos were sung by C. C. Miller M 6 1"" 6': $:. ND:

The music on this Sunday will and Bro. Ware of St. Luke. The I
: Central life Insurance Co. of Florida/
be rendered by the No. 1 choir. program was a treat. 'rRA lsiyJ'xSSrON
There will be baptism at the 11
am. service. The public is cordially ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. EXCHANGESTAR ANNOUNCES
Invited to attend all our
services.A O. W. Foster, pastor "',.
sale will be at the church on Rachel D. Pratt, reporter : Comkittition
.Saturday. Sister Ernest William Sunday School . . 9:30 'Z3rdSt" & !'21thAv; New Hospital
will be In charge.TEMPLE Morning Worship . 11:00 ;N'.,thwe.t
BTU . . . . 5530
BAPTIST Evening Worship . . 7:00 And Home Policy

Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor
Benefits to $15 day
Sunday School 9:30 Hospital up per
Morning worship 11:00

BTU Evening worship 7:00 5:30 MEAT MARKET Home Benefits up to $20 per week


First Sunday services will beat ALL IN ONE POLICY
usual. The Rev. Mother Ethel 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
Hunter will preach at the 11 a. .
m. worship. This will be her last SPECIAL AMBULANCE, MATERNITY AND
appearance at Temple before
she returns to the Bahamas. She WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE MISCELLANEOUS HOSPITAL BENEFITS
will be at St. Mary's C. W. M. THE MARKET
Church Sunday night. .

The Lord's during Supper the will morningand be administered 0 Agents and Branches StatewideContact


The evening officers services.and members are Fresh Meat-Low Prices one of our Agents or Branch Offices

making of preparation the 29th for anniversaryof the celebration Statewide for Additional InformationPASTOR'S

the church and pastor, begin -
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$ THE MIAMI '1 'MES MIAMI, FLORIDA IN MEMORIAMIn House of Albert :.
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It PAGE 12 ., SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1961 sad but loving memory of "DEATHS Mrs: Lola Butler of 449 NW'

,( k my dear slater, 'X.., <, : '8th 'St., apt. 7' died J1"! Jackson I

u_...u._u ,,. -- Hospital May 2. Her .Burvi ors ';
'" iKIRVfi. q '
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r' ., : ';.., i4& include husband, Alfred, step
.: CARDSMEMORIALSU ". ,,:,;...,: ...i:. fir? Range .' mother, Mrs. Laura Bronson- of
Tampa, 'an, aunt, Mrs. Alice
.. I Mrs. Earlle Mae Cottman of Snell, a foster sister, Mrs:
I 11630 SW 138th Terr., died Louise Mobley, an uncle' Hen
CARD OF THANKS I CARD OF THANKSThe April 26} at Jackson Memorial ry D< Searcy of Macon, Ga. Services -
1 .,' Hospital. She was a native of will be held at Mt. Pleasant '

,'We, the family of the late, family. ...?!..the. ...late Emanuel County, Ga. and lived Baptist Church.
h",: NEMIAH W. INGRAM here for a number of years. Services
who passed on April 9, wish to were conducted Monday in ''Miss Carolyn Jane Booker of
I express our deepest appreciationto : :_ the ,chapel. The body was sent 420 NW 9th at., died May, 3.'
\ the many friends, neighborsand to Vldalla: Ga. for final rites. She .is survived by her mother,
relatives for all the kindnessand She is survived by her husband, Mrs. Mamie Boatwrlght Coplln;
.sympathy shown us during William, ",her parents, Mr. and a sister, Miss Leila J Booker: a.

our hours of bereavement. Special ; Mrs. Bryan Fisher, three sisters, grandmother, Mra Leila Shipp
thanks to Father John E. it r i.ii Mesdames 1 Canlza Farley, Florence and an uncle. Arrangements will
Olumer and members of St. Durden and Leola Laines conducted May 10at -Mt*

Agnes Episcopal Church, Mr and three brothers,,_. Albert Bess, Zion Baptist Church, Rev. Edward ..
and Mrs. Bernard Seden and 3 T, C. and So om!>n ,Fisher., T. 'Graham, pastor.
employers of the Star Cleaners, 4 ; '
of the .,M1!. Sallie McLeod of 18423
No 17
Seminole Chapter
Lewis Chipman of 1360:$ NW
:
Homestead
Order of Eastern Star, Neigh I I } < ave., Perrine, died
.V 52nd Terr: died April 28. A
j April 25 and
I bors of 3rd court, the 2nd grade !}. native of Cat Island, Bahamas, son, Fla. for final was sent rites,to Surviv-Madi
I class of Douglas School, Key
he had lived in Miami for 40
I ing are husband ,
\ Luclous
West, and Father Maring of a ls"tel'
Services will be conducted
ears -
three aunts three
Xavier Catholic Church. f""r uncles.
thb at 12:00
Saturday : noon'n
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May God bless each and every biiL ; MRS ELEE RUTH GORDON the Church of God of Pro '
one of you. who departed this life May 2, (Mrs. Lena Grant of 1018 NW
\hecy, with the pastor, Blahop I.
Mrs. Marie Cox IngrahamAnd 1960. 1st ave., died April! 29, Her sur
Mackey, officiating. Burial will
Family 1' May she rest in peace, and light be in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery vivors are husband, a'son,' two
brothers. Serviced will be conducted
1. perpetua shine upon her.
He is survived by his wife,
Saturday 'at 2 p.m.. in
CARD OF THANKS Abe Richardson, brother lenrietta. Mr. Chipman Is nown
the chapel., The body will be on
:MRS ESTELLE GAITER repose at the funeral home. view 1 Friday
j p.m.
The family of the late .
who passed April 14
away on IN MEMORIAM
wish to express their sincere appreciation Thomas J. Plessy Jr., son of II James Pace who resided at
to our many friends ,- I ',fl'. and Mrs. Thomas J, Plessy 1415 NW 3rd Ave., and who
for the many cards, telegrams, 'f 3166 NW 53rd St., died April 'died April 30 was sent to Me-
floral pieces and other tokens of 29 He was a student at Holy Rae, Ga Friday morning, May
sympathy shown us during our nedeemer Roman Catholic 5 for funeral services. He is sure

,ertavement.. School Rosary services were vived by his widow, three sisters,
James Gaiter, husband -onducted, In the chapel Tues eight brothers, a grandfather.
Enid Russell, daughter "' lay morning. The body was sento
,1I \
Miriam Wells', daughter Pensacola for final rites. Robert Cooper, a drowning; victim .
May 1, will be sent to
Mrs. Mattie Orr, of 3245 NW Kingstree S.
C. at 10 p.m. Friday
IN MEMORIAMIn r 47th St., apt. 1, died April 28 May 5 for service. He live
She was a native of Shelman, Ga ed at 334 NW 22nd st. with his
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loving memory of our beloved <,e and had lived In Miami for five widow; six sons and four dauh'

!Y brother and uncle, ; "ears The body was sent to tern Other survivors are four
4 8 DAVID THOMAS Cuthbert, Ga. for final rites. SheIs sisters, three brothers.
who departed this life April 25, survived by four daughters,
11kr 1960, May he rest In peace and 1 and four sons, including Freddie
Ight perpetual shine upon him. ,Zone of Miami.
The family

+M5t I 1\1' Homer Young Farmer ,of 5600
; NW 18th ave., wan dead upon
a r7t IN MEMORIAMIn J arrival last' Monday at Jackson v ;

,a i( Hospital. He came to Miami 22 /
sad but loving memory of years ago from Monticello, Fla.
our dear wife, mother, grandmother Services will be held this Mon I
-- and sister, day at 3 pmt in St. Paul AME S, c: '
MRS. CLEO W. BROWN MRS. MATILDA L. RUSSELL Church, Rev. M. J. Fayson officiating ,
take this method to express their who departed this life May 8, I OSCAR L. RANGE He is survived by_ his '
sincere gratitude and deepest 1949. Sweet are the memories of whose passing occurred May, 4, wife, Mrs. Hattie Farmer;. three ; f
appreciation for the kindness a loved one that never fade. 1960. sons; Claude, Charlie and _
and sympathy .shown by, the pas Mr. Cleveland Russell, May his soul and the souls of James, two daughters, Mrs. Ma-
tor and members of the Martin husband all the faithful departed rest in mie Kennedy and Miss Annie

Memorial AME Church and the Mrs Martha Clark, daughterMr. peace. Amen.Sorrowfully. Farmer; six grandchildren, a
other faithful friends during Charles Russell, son missed and lovingly great grandchild, and a brother,
their recent bereavement. The remembered by, widow,
I Mrs Dorothy Alexander J. W. Williams Friends may
donors of care, the, dinner com granddaughterLittle children, parents, sisters and call at the funeral home after
I mittee, Rev. T. C. Kelly of St. Vera L. Anderson brother. 1 p.m. Sunday.Mrs. .
Paul AWE Church, the sisters of granddaughter

I the Bethune Chapter ,of the Eas Mr. Louis Fisher brother IN MEMORIAM
Eva
tern Star and the beautiful floral Williams of 3030 :
offerings. ,Mr. Cyril Fisher, brother NW 45th st', died May 1 at
Mrs. Dora Robinson, sister In sad but loving memory of"A Lincoln Memorial Nursing HomeIn
Special thanks to tIle personnelof I .. Goulds. A native of Madison; w
the Bethell Williams Funeral she had lived here for 20 ,: -'-
Home for the support and ser, I will yearsThe Edwin "Papa Klckum" Lordof
body be
sent to Madison
vice rendered. May God's blest IN MEMORIAMIn 1 1845 NW 69th Terr., died
on Sunday for final rUn,
be 145am: Monday, a few hours,
lings forever with you all. She is survived by her husband
Mr. John 2. Brown :loving memory, of our dear I John and two step daughters after he was transferred from
mother the Jackson Memorial
And Children Hospital
i rhe is in at the
I repose chapel. to the Convalescnt: Home.

IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. -a White of 6926 Mr. Lord, a graduate of Dor-

I r- NW 12th ave., died May 2 at Key High School and a former

loving memory of our lov her residence. A native of Mar footbal star, had a large circleof
admiring: friends He
ing husband, father and grand. halvllle, Ga., she had lived in ployed at Youth Hall for was em
father Miami for 43 Services some-
years. time
and retired about
1 ___ I will be held this Saturday at 4 two
months ago because of ill health:
-' n.m, in Greater IsreaJ Bethel

Primitive Baptist Church wit lIe is survived by his mother,
C9 Uer. P. D. Brantley officiating Mrs M. E Stevens, two daugh-
Durlal will be in Evergreen Memorial ters, Beverly and Edwina Louise
I Cemetery. She is survived a grand daughter, one brother
ar I by a grandson, Samuel David John, four aunts including Mrs.
will I Moore, a great grand daugh Kthe.: Sweeting and other rela-
ter and a sister, Mrs Mamie tives.
Lampkin Mrs. White Is now in
repose at the funeral home. Services' will be held Saturday
I 3 p.m at Temple Baptist Church

Mrs Tlllle Buncombe Burns, where he was a faithful memberof
t 9 I choir No.1.House.
HA'" of 6230 NW 14th are., died
1- MRS. RUTH GARRETT .I Wednesday She was a member I

j who died May 4, 1960. if Mt Olivette Baptist Church.
Gone, but not forgotten. the Is survived by a daughter, I
Willie Littles sirs Victoria Hanna two sons I
George Burns and Raymond For
Sale
s\: w Knowles; ,four grand children,
three great grandchildren, and
JOIN THE NAACP two brothers, Bubba and Accy
822
wt1u:1 Duncombe. Arrangements are N.W. 74th St.

Incomplete.Mrs. Select location.
H: Beautiful 2-

MRS. IRENE NEWMANwho Lua: Johnson of 2026A bedroom, 1 bath, wall* to

-.-. -- departed this life May 7, NW 6th ave., died Wednesday. wall carpeting, air condition
JOHN SWEETING 1958 She was a member of Greater fenced
who went to the Great Beyond Three years have passed mother FOR SALE Bethel AME Church. Mrs. John- yard, $13,900

on May 8, 1960. dear, since God has called eon came to Miami 39 years ago ,
May he rest Jn peace. you home, to be with him in 6 FURNISHED from Hawklnsvllle, Ga. She is $1,000 Down

Mrs. Loranna,Sweeting, wife heaven. I often sit and think of APARTMENTS survived by her husband, James, Payments $100 month
Norman, Arthur," John three sisters, Mesdames
you when I'm alone; for mem Mable
I ", Sweeting Ladson, sons ory is the ,only thing that grief $14,950 $1,500 DOWN Johnson, Dolly Buller and Tobe Shown by appointmentPL
Mary daughter can call Its own. Pollard and a brother, James

:-' ,,I'.. Gloria Sweeting, daughter Your life is a beautiful memory Sykes. Arrangements are Incom- 1.3515 or HI- 6-6661
829 N.W. 7th Ave.
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plete.Advertiser
your absence a si ent grief;;! Salem J. Robinson
-, i sleep on In peace.
MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T Sadly missed by your child Call FR 3.9151M13 .. 214. Giralda Ave.

ren, !' It Pays' Coral Gable
Hazel Sanders and
COST THEY PAY Frank Newman ;;;"01. uiiiiiii: w.- v



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SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1961 PAGE 13

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Practical Nurse Program is Planned
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:: t, Among the 16 members',of'the.-' For 500 Tea, '
9 April practical nurses class
Iew.Ifltllf. who were graduated at the Trade 'I Mrs. Pinkie Lrifefs quite busy

'ovna.lor, School, Springfield, Mass., was: planning the program for the
s1. E.JIJ uf. l--toft'ln Florine L, Brown. Daughter Elkd'' 'JTOO Tea for May
; 14 at the Mary Elizabeth Hotel
She is the daughter of Elder 'from 4.6 Mrs. :=
teach your children p.m. ; 'Gloria 'Dray
and Mrs. Shadrich Lewis, UQ-
aon Robinson has been selected
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money and earning an NW 67th St., Miami, as the guest speaker. Otheradn.vlted *

HELP WANTED I FOR to appear on the program
SALES HELP WANTEDOPPORTUNITIES this Important task Is are Arthur King, Ulysses Morris/
tar ambitious I '52 FORD Real to accept responsi il- SOCIAL SECURITY" Mrs. Barbara Kee, Leo Jenkins*
and We white inside, floor, when a and others.
Negro men wom n. pay parent .
as you learn. FR 41661. good $250. MU to require a child to For a number of years th'Ti
,
Temple has looked forward to.
SALESMAN FOR RENT OR valuable lesson Is Temple has looked forwa rd to
Tile bath and child it given luxuries this occasion on :Mother's Day_
$6 a night, 3 hours, 5 nights by porch; hardwood with an unearned I --ao- and has classified It as the 500,
salary or commission, car necessary ,
aluminum
awnings.
apply 8 p.m. sharp Mon- 75th st. r rrw.w. r.r .." .r Tea.Tickets are on sale and<
day nights only, 8625, Blscayne: : parent wants to re Daughters may contact Dt. Sars>
Blvd. ONE BEDROOM days when children .ah Smalley who is in charge of
cated at 6127 NW in ",weat shops,* Starting with this, year, a per ticket sales\ Dt. Pinkie Lowe' is
son can and
earn more
money .
no closing costs. $75 cannot be,allowed still be paid some social the general chairman and DU
security
FOR RENT Ellen Taylor is the Dt. Ruler
J. W. Horne, the
other benefits
way. according' to Edward P,
47201. : Blonston. of the Miami
can only be fronted manager
HOUSE. One room complete. '
Bath, kitchen, furnished for 1 .. it's a wise I North Social Security Office Miss Cora Lee Humphreyhas

or 2 people. Quiet clean. 1371 a child to There is no change in the part moved her location '
to
NW 68th st. $14 per week. baby sit or Join the of the law allowing'a person\! to new
Achievement. receive all 12 of his monthly :
APARTMENT. 1 room for 1 or I benefits if he earns $1,200 or
2. Separate entrance. Private the child age too less during that year. The changeIn Serena's Beauty Salon,
bath. Furnished or unfurnished. Tired of weighted down with the law has to do with earn- '
week. 5238 NW Big 827 N.W. 62nd St..
Why board? $11 responsibilities. A ings over $1,200 a year. For
24th court. Small financial respon the first $300 of earnings over
the total feneflts '
$1,200 family
COOL bedroom. Nice',If can really to produce per ,*
LARGE you for the year are reduced by $1
neighborhood. One block to bus, want big than too much for each $2 of earnings. For Specialist in.hair. stylingand

Jitney and shopping. Privileges too young an age, every $1 of earnings over $1,500 permanent waving Y
'Just ,like home. NE 46310. UN for the year, \he total family ;:
benefits for the year are reduced .. ,'
'LARGE FRONT Airy room near for a chance of by $1. However, regardlessof Iii ---1',.
:all buses. Private entrance, also SALE the total earnings during the
studio room. Use of the house. ::; year, benefits are payable for
1027 NW 55th St. any month in which the earnings -
aro no more than $100 in wagesor
:APT, FURNISHED. 1 bedroomapt. each salary or in which the person HONES ,
Modern, adults. 729 NW No i I e roof, oak does not render substantial services .
'56th Terr. :Mu 10325. kitchens. -' as a self-omployed person. ,
Also, the full monthly benefits ,
FURNISHED HOUSE. 1% bath payment are payable starting with the Why Pay Rent? .':

$80 per month, in Richmond Beautiful 3- month in which the wage earn ,'.
Height, phone FR 12818. to be er or self,employed person is age Why Make
oak floors, large See owner 72 regardless of the earnings.
FURNISHED APT. Yard and beautifully .' Payments:1
An example might illustrate
porch. Reasonabe. Call NE fruit trees, all 50th St. "
the provisions. A under
new man
LIVE FREE!
4-2808, awnings, outdoor age 72 and his wife are eligible '
plenty of storage for $165 per month' old-age In Lovely CBS home plus 2
3-BEDROOM HOUSE,. FR 3-7830 closets child's surance benefits, or a yearly CBS apts. Furnished
_i_ total of $1,980 The man works
CLEAN furnished room with all play house, city 8 months during 1961 for $250 Hurry, won't last
conveniences. Must be seen to blocks to bus SALE per month, for total earnings
appreciate. OX 14864. school low during the year of $2,000 For 1334 N.W. 43rd St.
tary
the first $300 of earnings over
ROOMER. WANTED 6575 NW ment. $85 per the $1,200, benefits to the man ALSO SEE
17th ave., apt. 14. OX 6-1867 and wife of $150 would not be 1150 N.W. 4th St.
Thelma. payable For the earnings over '
2910 N.W. $1,600, another $500 in benefits (extra lot) ..' : ->
FOR RENT OR HIRE A large 1'P. LICENSE would not be payable Therefore, '
bus, for outings, p.lcnfcstrips, even though the man earned 835 N.W. 47th St. ;
etc. Also comfortable space &ult Corner $2,000 during the year, he and $11,200 .,
able for club meetings, teas, his wife would still be eligible
conferences, etc. Call OX 1-7666 Location for $1,330 In ,social security 954 N.W. 47th St. "
benefits Under the law In effect (Home and Income) ,
UNFURNISHED efficiency with Money Maker before 1961 only $660 in benefits -
refrigerator Nice location, 1621 t wou'd have been payable in 780 IN.W. 47th St. .
NW 64th st. OX 14359. 0i this case.
3-bedroom, 2 Baths .
i Should anyone have questionson
NICE CLEAN ROOM for single REALTY this phase of social security, NEWS REALTYPL
man or woman, phone NA It is sugRettPd that they contactthe
10428. 4-0655 Miami North Social Security 4-0655
1812 N.W. Office located at 234 NE 79th st.
FURNISHED< ROOM with frlgi- The telephone number is PL All open Sunday
dalre. Kitchen privileges. For $595 Down $ I If 85511ANNOUNCEMENT,
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single man or couple. 2986 NW
45th st. NE 42828. f No closing .
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1159 NW 65th st. OX 1-5761 or, Large 2-bedroom 3 Brand New Homes
TU 72030. enclosed garage.

BEAUTIFUL oak floors, 1260 N.W. 55th St.
furnished efficiency.
1437 N.W. 56th St.
stove air
Cottage separate. Manor Park ,
area. OX 15515. No children.M13 fenced. NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN THE 839 N.W. 56th St.

OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M.

TWO BEDROOM Duplex. Unfurnished -
Tile bath, terrazzo No Closing Physicians Assistant Class 3-Bedroom, 2 Baths)
fJoors. 2963 NW 46th st. NE
56026. M12 $595 Down $ program of Medical Training for all women Split levels, garages

LOVELY 1-bedroom house for Beautiful to 45) with limited education who seek Florida rooms '.",.

small family $20 per week, will on large corner and increased prestige. ,

Good apply rent to purchase price. heat and air Harmar, Inc. MO 5-3592
deal for someone NE
5-5566. Carporte and Tuesday, May 16 0Richmond '
gage. r
FURNISHED ROOM in private Day' and Evening Classes HeightsOPEN 4
home, 1454 NW 71st. St. OX -
14183. South of e Small Weekly Payments SUN. 2 to 6 P.M;

O Air Conditioned Class Rooms -', Corner Coral I Reef Drive
Custom built Fillmore St.
FOR SALESODA ',', And
bath CBS Fla. 0 Free Lifetime Placement Service LOW DOWN PAYMENT

BOX. Dry. Holds 10 cases age, refrigerator, To all graduates LOW MCNTHLY
OX. 12223. See 5820 NW 17tbave. washer, washing PAYMENT

Many extras. This

A BUS, suitable for church, with $1,300 College Tremendous corner lot
lodge or organization also other mortgage. 3 bedroom 2 baths, garage
church furnishings Call OX, Built-in Oven and RangeA
1-7556. .
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split level beauty
EXCELLENT PROPERTY with CASH FOR

7th future.court.Corner Suitable NW for 12th apt.st. Now and PL 7-845 283 NW 5th Street Miami, Fla. Ora D. Taylor CE 5-4246

has units. Eve. Altman, Broker, "
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Scholarship TeaOne SAVE YOUR HAIR


I j of the most enjoyable social -
I ; qX k affairs given last month in

our magic city of "Teas" was the
\1I .., the Oriental Sip at the Liberty
Square Auditorium. The Philos
affiliates of Sigma Gamma Rho
I Sorority were moat gracious hos
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; tesses.
V 1 rS The table was beautiful with
its Oriental figurine, tdinlature
fans, tin/ Japanese\ umbrellasand
beautiful} china. The dainty
hors'doeuvres and cookies were
I enhanced by the flavor of the
hot or cold imported tea.

S s Mrs. Maggie Henderson servo STOPTHINNING
ed as mistress of ceremonies for
the very entertaining program.
Rev. Melvin Williams offered the HAIR
invocation and one of the numbers
rendered was Jetting to
Know The Orient" by Mary Barnett ITCHING SCALP
and Ronald Blocked, attired
'
,., in Oriental costumes. DANDRUFF
Members' of the Pnllos are:
'" MaadameS Marie Price, Mamie
Montgomery, Gladys Burney, DAYS
Ethel Blocker, Marie Wareham, IN JUST 7

Frankie Glover, Alice Butler,
Marie Taylor, Virginia Bennett, WITH
Nina Simons, Essie M. Hudson,
",,.......; "< Etta B. Mitchell, Dorothy But. 11ve1&ucKURASO1./.
ler, Leola Thompson, Maggie
.. ,'-'*- I .:..:::'.12.:t Henderson, Gladys! Braynon Mil

in From left to right: Jomes Mims Julius"Dramatics" dred Monroe and Mary Neabitt,' .
,
Outward Bound as It appeared ) !M14IaEtiou uataiited f
I a national Theatre Maga- Lee, and Kelsey Dorsette. energetic hire Mattie president.Squire U the very. yJlnhosUruNorejUb bliuly

zine. The Bbrora! bf Gamma Delta shops.If not iviilibli in your locality

formance in the play "Balcony a plaque presented to him at Fla. Sigma chapter are very appreci- And $1.70 for s month's supply to:
BTW THESPIANSA Scene" at A&M which -is very A&M in recognition of his tour ative for tha aid and support I SABROSOL LABORATORIESBox

picture from the HOOKer T. unusual. years of outstanding service as given them In every effort OB ,6175' Sta. a, Miami, F1a.
I Washington's Thespian Troupe president of the Florida State well as a generous cash contribution
2112 magnificent performanceof Leroy Washington, drama Intersoholastic Speech and Dra given annually towardsthe
"Outward Bound" appeared coach, was signally honored with ma Association. scholarship fund.

In the May Issue of Dramatics
Magazine, a National Monthly
publication of. drama news and THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I SEE THE SOUTH'S D4IHtdJle/
events. This is another first for

BTW. PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1961 LEADING COLORED BOSTON, LOS ANGELES
This extraordinary play was
presented November 15, 1960 in t_",<'_- tl..l_<_.... _. '_- _-.'_- _(_r""t-i""r-'t_(_-<.....<._...._....H_<_l......I......<.....(......V-.*......V.....v._.. < y r t aY LONDON
the school's auditorium. The re
lease of this picture climaxes the
IN. THE BAHAMAS
AROUND
many honors won during the THE
year by the Thespians.
Other honors for the .. .. .... ...
group I* \\j_...)] u i) tj w.o. u in w.o Ting
season include "superior" rat
Ings at both the University of The body of John Oldln Moss, headaches over this matter.
Miami and Florida A&M University about 45, was found in an allay
Drama Festival last month. way off Kemp Road near the MM. Martha Deleveaux, 75,
Each actor received an out. Blue Rest Bar early Saturday was drowned early Thursday
standing actor award for his per. morning, April 15. He was fatal morning, April 13 at Long Cay MONITORInteresting
ly stabbed in the cheat when she attempted to swim
Rosena Miller, said to have across Goat Cut to retrieve a Let her year of experience guide
been Moss' girl friend, has been drifting dinghy owned by her and protect you throughout lift
NORTH DADE :arrested and is accused of the brother, Hershell V. Whylly.She as a lighthouse guide the ships Ir
killing. The body was found not was carried away by the cur a storm. For success In business
BAND INCONCERT far from her house A preliminary rent. The body was found late I and love.
hearing will ba held on that afternoon.
f May 18.Whitfield. She is survived by two sons, PSYCHIC READER

The North Dade High SchoolIn Constable John Deleveaux of Colonel -CONSULT HER- Accurate
Johnson was charged 11111, Crooked Jsland Felix
;
conjunction with the North DON'T STAY Ill THE RUT. GET
with rape In the vicinity of Deleveaux, Board of Education
Dade Band Boosters is proud to OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
Fort Fincastle by the CID on teacher who is on a scholarshipat Complete
present its 3rd annual Spring 'GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
Concert April 14. Cyril Major was", charged Leeds, England, and a daughter
This concert will be given on with aiding and abetting him Hilda Waklne. Office Hours: International Newt Coverage
8 o'clockIn in the crime. Both men are also 9 g
the night of May 9 at a.m. p.m.
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the North Dade Gym. It will charged with housebreaking. A Students at Government High I Thura. 9 a.m. to The Christian Setae Monitor
preliminary hearing has been set School will have the
feature the North Dade String soon oppor
.
7 One
p.m.o Norway St., Boston 1J, Moss
for 11
May tunity of stargazing through a
Orchestra, Swing Band, plus the DAILYSunday
concert band, all under the direction I telescope they are helping t fend your newspaper for trw time
of Mr. James McCall. Mrs. Rowena Bethel, 45, diedat make. Assistant Master Burke Ctwctod. Enclosed find my chock or
The president of the Band her home on Cambridge Alleyon Kniveton is the inspiration ot : money order. Q 1 ytor $20 ,
Boasters, Mrs. Q, Sweeting and April 15. Her survivors are the project. Parts for the telescope 10 I.!". 3 p.m.READING Q 6 month $l0 Q 3 month $s i;
Mr. McCall have worked diligently her husband, George, three sons were found mostly in junk :
,
_
with the members in order to 'our daughters, five sifters and I piles by the staff and studentsand Nome rMdress
present this superb program hree brothers. cost them less than $42. It $1.00 UP
The admission is free and the I is estimated that of the instru
public is Invited to come and enJoy Asperin tablets, which are sup ment were ordered to be built it
an evening of music. Mr. I posed to ease headaches, have would cost between $20,000 and 23 Years Experience
S Charles D. Wyche is principal. been bringing "sizzling" head- $30,000. aty Zone
The concert band will play: aches to seller of patent medicines The telescope will be erectedon MADAMHUNTER
Star Spangled Banner, Parade of in Nassau recently. The the school ground and Is expected StateSomething ,
The Chariteers, Slavonic Dances, law requires a, license and, in to be_ready in September.
Highlights; from Porgy and Bess the pas three months, 14 persons rebound 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
and Peter Schmoll. have been hailed before the Holland hands
4 The string orchestra will ren court to answer for selling head and feet by the ties of matrimony MIAMI, FLA. to Sell? "
der: Magic Melodies, My Fair ache tablets and ointments with. found himself in trouble Don't Write-Call In Person
Lady, Songs of Romances, Sher out licenses. Members of the -and in court On April 10. ,.
bert Waltz and Agonauts. House of Assembly are also hav- In 1952 Monroe took unto him ,''' We'll Sell it For You I
I self a bride in Florida. In 1957

he married another in Nassau, t
J
I but was subsequently charged

LINCOLN ESTATES and with was bigamy.bound He over pleaded for guilty two NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS

years Thinking he "was free,"
Monroe made his third venture
into matrimony in 1959 withouta

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Workers' Union at the Union
3-BEDROOMS SOME GARAGES Hall on Wulff Road, April 10, Featuring The Tastiest Food in Town
Caldwell Armbrister was elected At Popular Prices
president. He succeeds Theo
dore Richardson, who presidedat Half Chicken
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Prices from $9,300 EAST COAST TAILORSWe Fish Sandwich 25c

do beautiful work for French Fries loc and 15c :

$62.00 per month pays everything Ladies and Men\ Hot Meat Patties 25c

See the three ALTERATIONS Fried Shrimps .................................. SOc
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Expertly Done Above items also available at
at
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IA.&N. Professor Threatened SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1961 __ PAGE '15 I



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Tallahassee James N. Eat

.... .... ....... ........ -- ..... "'" ........ ..... ........ ...... ..... ...... ..... ........ ....... .....--.e .. ..,.". on. instructor of hlatory at Fla. Young Democrats
A&M University and adviser to
several student organizations ANNUAL BOAT RIDE

has received several calls threatening *

hU life and warning him to
Around Miami 'eave the city because of an art ,;tL,', Tuesday, July 4

idle ,which ,appeared in the local 1 _'IIIq. \; i -'- r
.
paper. It criticized a city judge i' .. :
and the ,. ,I", ,
city police departmentfor
'L- "
; i ,
BON6U t Injustice suffered by Ne- ji:., ,
y
By DAVE groes, in sit-in demonstrations APTS. FOX SALE

Here is Mr. Eaton's account of ,,'.'

.....--- _ ...... __ .n -. the"Reporting incidents:the threats to the .

EVERYBODY is talking about two White doctors after which1 local police department and In- Luxury 4-unit apt. The fin

the big hass'e going on between they told them that they were forming them of the extreme t : eat built 4-unit in the city.

King 0' Hearts Club owner, not members of the club. profanity Used by Intimidators, I Flat tile roof porch aH
Johnny Lomelo and E. Lola I know that every white golf was told by the officer at the v ,
Foreman Johnny holds a legal er that goes into the club houseis desk: 'It must be a nigger call .y electric kitchen and utility

contract on E. Lois as her per- not a member nor Is he always ing because whites don't cuss rooms. All rented, 3 a r.e
"
sonal manager Recently, or with a member, and on an like that. completely furnished. Own
should I say, not too far bad' integrated golf course, all players "Calling the police departmenta builder will
Johnny and Miss Foreman were should be alowed: to enter second time, I wag told: er convert to

on very good terms. He had a the club house. First, because it "After hearing the latter state- beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath

high paying job for her In Nassau Is on city property. The club statement, I maintained an arm- 'apt, plus 2 rental units.
and she turned it down. He house was leased out to prevent ed vigilance of my residence, Father Elisha S. Clarke Jr.,
had A recording date and con :I Negroes from using it and that along: with a group of volunteers, vicar of the Church of the Incarnation Minimum cash requred

tract to be signed, which she al is Illegal The city made a big swearing to annihilate any 1835 NW 54th St., $5,000. See at 1231 N.W.
so turned down. Somewhere mistake by leasing public prop whites who dare to set their feet and Priest in charge of St. Ann's
along the line, somebody is missing erty to a private concessionaire. in my yard. The chief of police Hallandale; has been invited to 77th Terr. Call PL 7-0930
something However, .with Our fellows and ladies do not has been notified of this deci the College of Preachers at the days.

JoHnny faoldittg this contract wont to go to the club affairs, sion. National Cathedral Washington, M6

signed i by AflsS Foretrtan, she just to have a place to get a "The first evidence of D. C. on May 812. He will fly

must live up to it or not work cocktail, have a snack or change lice, activity in regard to any the sit po to Washington on Monday a.m.
in other words, .she is not all 'W. clothes once in a while. uation did not appear until the
ed to sing or perform in any I hope that this column getsto third night On that night, each RUPTURE-EASER

way uness she has the OK from Mayor High and James Hilton time the calls were made, the For the complete and '.M.....U L/.A OM IA M,.. S._,.......,
director of parks They police officers appeared five exterminationof r
guaranteed
her manager. may be able to change thin un minutes I cPm
after which has
led to
Now the case is in court, and fair policy before all of this I : fl
I think it is foolish for bothof I some speculation on the part of :
time Is wasted in court. Every of this CHINCH BUGS
people that
many city \\ ableS,9S
them to be
fighting each other one knows what the decision
perhaps there is some connection FLEAS ANTS TICKS Right left
Then .r
again holdinga N.
anyone will
be, so why not open the between the calls and the police
contract on anyone has a rightto club house to all golfers regard department. When I hailed the ROACHESand 160ml 7 Side $495 bl,skid,
protect themselves if less to race or creed instead of all other outdoor A
passing squad car and asked If pests strong form-flltlnc washable support
they are producing Jobs for that being forced to open. Feeling, my telephone could be tapped to for rtduclblt Iniulnil htrnU. Dick" lacing:
person. Mlsj Foreman could be djuitibl. Snipe up In wont Adjustable
all around, will be much better Call NEwton 4-3759
help: catcb the Intimidators I ).
( Soft flat groin pad. No .t..l or
one of the biggest stars in show It it Is done on a voluntary ba was informed the police depart- '.. strap.band for men, women and eh IN
business, ,but must realize that sis. BLOSSOM PEST CONTROL rn. Mall rdtrt ilvt. measure around
it jUst doesn't come overnight ment could not do this. IOWMI part II abdomen, iui right, left
The letter written COMPANY Ida, double
by Mr. Eaton
Stardom takes time and patience. Till next week live life,
has received widespread pub
DKIT, STORE
IMIUO
J.&J, >
I haven't anything to do with every golden minute of it. licity and praise from Negroes
this matter but if someone was PEACEI I 1410 N.W. 02nd St.
throughout the city, Includingthe
Advertise It !
holding a contract on me, for students and the faculty Pays Miami, Fla.

two or three years, and wag get- Former Teacher. members at A&M. Due to frequent
ting me Jobs and recording con requests by students to

tracts I would just, make the Visits Here read the letter, a special copy I U
best of It and get as much out has been placed on reserve In I t .
around the Palm
of it as I could until the contract Visiting the library.
expires. About the only Beaches and the Miami area was

way to get out of a contract like Mrs. Ellen Debose Pierce, a for- Ira Charles Robinson, a five- u4 X44ded4&w"
that U to prove that the person mer teacher in the Dade County year pharmacy major at Florida C4I t

holding it was not doing his School system for a number of A&M: has b part, which it seems like he is in years While in Miami she was Judge John Rudd's office and
this case. the house! guest of her cousin, threatened to be ,,charged with i
Mrs. Alice Davie and family. She contempt of court after writing

PRETTY om& of The Week visited her old school ground a similar letter to that of Eaton's.

Lacey DeStubbs Pretty Boy where she served as librarian, Robinson's letter appeared in
of the week: Ed Cook Man the Floral Heights Elementary the Tallahassee Democrat on
About Town: Wilbur Drasfleld School. April .4, 1961. He ald the Judge
Doctor of the Week: Von She was also able to meet with asked him to write a retraction
Mizell, Ft. Lauderdale. her sorority, Phi Delta Kappaat to the letter.
the home of Mrs. Christine
Tlolton., Judge Rudd defended one of
QUICK NOTE DE fiT. M.
C.
: While in West Palm Beach the four white rapists of a Fla.
eratlon Dobby Marshall. has an eye ep- the was the house guest of her A&M coed a shot while ago.
I
Benny O'Berry Is orother, Hev. J. D. Blacknell The case received international : t
planning
big things for all Dade
County Negroes and family Rev. Blacknell is the publicity and the four whites : ,fJTIEST
sometime!
near pastor of Payne Chapel AME were convicted and sentenced to
the end of the year Good Church. life In prison
Jobs aro opening for Negroes in
Mrs. Pierce wishes to extend
the Aircraft factory in W e a t her sincere thanks to those who '
59ers TeaYou
Palm Beach and ride Loyal
a up that
,
made her May such a pleasantone
way might be worthwhile and the many hospitalities will miss a treat if you
Our thanks to Sam Rabin, Sir accorded her. She returned to are not present when the Loyal
John, for his donation of a beau. the West Coast area on last 5hrs present their second annual
tiful trophy for the Par and week Hair Style'Faahlon Show
Birdie Club of Miami. and Musical Tea at Liberty

Square Auditorium, 6306 NW
CHARLIE HAYEK, Club Ml TV NOT WORKING? 14th ave., Sunday, May 14 from BICEIAND BICEGOOD
Bowling is
having customer : 4 to 7 o'clock.'

trouble. I mentioned in one of : If you lire In Liberty City or Florence Allen, president; Ver-
my previous columns that we Brownsville we will l repair your netta Stephens, secretary; Geraldine -
are not supporting the only beau TV on credit. Pay weekly. Free Allen, chairman; Majester
tiful bowling alley In MiamI. estimate Call OX 1-9426. Indf Pryor, reporter. Ml3Z&jew0tBC50fS0aoGsmr I

More teachers, church groups, _
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ana other organizations should
form leagues and Jet'a keep our WITH STRAWBERRIES PEACHES, FRUIT COCKTAIL

bowling alley open PEOPLES DRUG STORE ...ANY FRUIT, ANY SAUCEINORKDIBNTSl

HEY, HERE'S NEWS for pout I ANDPEOPLE'S

I have been informed by Dill 2V4 cvpl .*U4 RUUmd/ Rltt 1 ta. een vanilla"'

Tinder Golf the Pro at Blltmore BAR B ,- Q I ifs type milk 1 pacing fr..." rawberrUt
Course, that has a com thawed
plete bargain sale on golf clubs AND LUNCHEONETTE / H IV' ."sor Whlpp.d U..", If ...."...
and bags lie Just received 2BO
sets of brand name clubs and he 402 & 406 N.W.:8t1i.: Street METHOD
tells that the prices on these Cook Riceland nil and milk over low heat until most of the
milk la abeorbed but mixture U tlll Stir occasionally
creamy.
sets :
are Phone
so ow that he'd rather FR 4-5674
Cover and allow to cool 10 to 15 mlnutea. Stir in sugar and
not mention them. Just go and vanilla. Cool. Cover and chill in refrigerator until time to
see for yourself. You can also o serve. Press into fancy mold. Unmold Juat belor. serving by
get good used clubs down there. dipping mold in hot water Serve with strawberries. Top with
DRUG STORE BAR.P-Q whipped cream If desired
"WOoDY LAITOHIMIOUSE will DELICIOUS VARIATIONS. Substitute for strawberries:
his LeJeune Golf Course peach slices or chilled fruit cocktail or other fruits with whipped
open Specializing in prescriptions Featuring cream: or chocolate or other aaucea.Fw : .
May 15 and as Woody tells me
we are welcomn to all facilities!
Club house, restaurant and any patent med1Breakl..t, lunch and & d Book 0
thing else This brings to mind &
that a suit will be brought cines, sundries dinner.
against the City of Miami very New hh ways le a.ev. da r .
House "' Writ HU.U 4 UM,f.O. Vl
lOon regarding the Club Free Delivery Old hickory barbecue + ? r ss ell, fMttfwt, Ask,
on the Miami Springs Golf
From *" .dally
.a JV
Course That Is city property and
is supported by the taxpayers'
Open Daily
Open Fri and Sat. to
money your money. TWO weeks
ago, two Negro doctors and two 0:80 am. to 12 mlditlta 2:SOFreeDelivery_&.m. RICEIAND
White doctors played golf out t RICE
Ave
there and went into the club Fri. and SAt. to U8O ..ra. 4 e veoy
hovje. The two Colored doctors

were refused service with, the SATISFACTION GUARANTEED NiceiI !
statement that the club was for

members. only. They served the ?' 8 !aii! !! I. 'tiiiiI .



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l '" PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1961 Conferehce ;. Branch The Y.J'.wet YWCA'presents pf Murrell"Tiny .ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE''

r Warren Mathews, son of Mr. Tots. TJent/ and :Psjhion Show'
and Mrs. Henry Mathews, 10390 Sunday,. May 7 *t 4 p.m. in Dixie
For everyone; We specialize in
3W 174th Terr., Perrine, who is Park Auditorium, Admission 50cents.
risks with $30 down.
a sophomore at Mays Senior Alt members 'and friends assigned
Broward High School l at Goulds will at' Financing arranged. Altman Insurance *
(
to sew:
:' Interested In learnlpg:
Agency, 768 NW 3rd St.,
!II" .
tend the National American Red the Sew
would like to Join
you
.. FR 12421.,,
County Cross convention at. Cincinnati, lng- Class' The 'class will begin
;1 Ohio, May 7 through 10. Accompanying ,
May 9 thru June IS Tuesdaysand
\J: .' .......
.
: : Warren will, be Dr. W. Thursdays, from '9 a.m. to .
NewsBy : \, ,4 1. I Roy DoVore; chairman of Junior 12 noon Please contact ua at.
'" Red Crass: for Dade County and JFR 1-5602 If you are Interested. I
: Roland Smith, Jr., of Miami High '
_11 School.; Both boys have recently I
Walter Bowe been elected to their secondary Big Four Tea
',--- -- --- __ Junior Red Cross Dade I FOR
'"'U' County: There will be a tea Sunday, SALE
t Star Light Lodge No. 542 Councils as president: for .the. May 7 af Bethany SDA School
meets Friday night May 6 at coming school year .4 p.m., 5001- NW 25th ave.,
the Masonic Temple on Pembroke \ benefit of Brownsville Junior
Rd. OH' members are'.asked K. of P:,Grand High Fifty voice chorus, guest 2-bedroom home, newly
.to ,be present'at 8 p.m. speaker, ldr,. Carolyn: Hinson of painted. Move right in.

r 'b2W Star, Light Commandery No. Ball May 15 Cox Ft ,' Lauderdale former'paster Elder of Bethany Geter, Only one mortgage. $65

38 meets Sunday, 3 p.m. at the will also |ba present., to greet his, monthly.
,
Masonic Temple. Royal Arch The. Knights of' Pythias and many friends., Prizes 'will be
Masons are asked to be present. Court of Calanthe Grand Ball given to ,the best decorated Only $195 Down
Obedlah Ferguson, A.M. Com will be held' ,at. Club 77 In Coco table. Those competing for
mander. nut Grove .9:30: p.m.: Monday, prizes are Mrs. Vivian Davis,
;. : 15. The'affair will featurea Glor -
May Mrs. ,Gaitor, Herbert Long -
"'W
Night In Arabian Desert. and Mrs.i Maacellne Pemberton.
The beauticians of West Hollywood -
Your congenial host, Clyde and Hallandale will spon 'Music by Biljle Rolle's Orchestra. The public .is invited' Brand new 3-bec room CBS
Klllens, Is now announcing a sor their .'Hully Gully dance Free prize ;given away. Dona' Jalousiod Florida room,
brand new .summer policy for his tion, advance $1.00, at door
8 at the
night May built-in
Club at the Monday G.E.. oven andrange
popular Knight Beat Club in Hallandale.:. $1.25. Tickets on sale at North's I -
Paradise
Sir John Hotel, corner NW 6th Admission .at door $1.25 Advance Trave! Bureau, Toback's Phar- MIAMI TIMES ADS 'new' 19" TV s.t.

St. and 3rd ave. Yes, a brand I $1.00. The 'public. is in macy, Coconut Grove and Rich DON'T COST- THEY PAY Close to schools, buses. No
new summer policy for the mond Heights Drugs.
Knight Beat Club And just vited. I closing costs. One mortgage

what is this new' policy? ADMIS V. F. W.Post 8195 meets only. $795 down. See Sun.
SION FREE AT ALL TIMES -
Tuesday, May 9, 8:30: p.m. at 1-6 p.m.
except with special attractionsand
NOW OPEN TO SERVE:
club affairs. the Chamber of Commerce BuildIng yOU.
All members are asked to 1941 N.W. 153rd St.
This new ADMISSION FREE be present. Claude Counts, com- CLIPPER RESTAURANT
policy went into effect on May 1 mander. Opa Locka
and will remain in effect thruoutthe Serving delicious home cooking ;.far 4 homemade
entire summer. Miss Sandra V. Knowles, pastries e
And remember this the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
ADMISSION FREE policy will In H. Knowles, 4025 SW 26th St. 6:30 10 weekdays and 2 to rrjidnight! SundayFree 2-bedroom .CBS. FHA. $395
no way affect the tops In enter I West Hollywood, left on Sundayfor down, includes closing costs.
attractions Jacksonville to andto Birthday Cake With nirtljday
tainment and other represent Party month.
be honored with award Only $66 Terrific
which are always featured at the an
Knight: Beat Club. for Carver Ranches Elementary MR. AND MRS. LEROY CULPEP.PBJI' Ff i01'S. deal. Hurry! Hurry.

School} She was accommpanied 745 N.W. 62nd St. PI ..19123I Kitchen furnished
by Mrs. Marie Chappelle, also: a
All attractions will continue teacher ,at the school. _..
ns usual including: .

Sunday afternoon :Mrs E, J. Clark, president of SPECIAL. For investors.
Matinee FREE the Woman's Department of the
Sunday night show Ministers and Deacons' Unionof Hotel, 143 rooms, 50 baths,
and dance FREE the Atlantic Coast Baptist Announcing the new location of CBS. Downtown. Low down

Tuesday night Association wishes to thank all payment, ,terrific income
amateur show FREE the president and their mem HOUSE OF EVANS REALTY' CO. ,
Thursday night, bers for their cooperation. Special lobby, TV room, 'library,
Ladles' Night; FREE thanks to the entertaining (NOT'1NC.) restaurant bar.

Friday and Saturday president, Mrs. Prescllla Wllker- ,
5927
N.W.
nights; -show' time FREE son and District president, I. G. 17th M Avenue, phone OX 0-0681
.. Pratt and the staff of Mt. Oli Miami, Florida .
vette Baptist Church, Miami,
Boxing will be held every Rev. I. C. Mlckins', pastor, for If you need money for building, first second
be or Fair
Monday night at 8:30: p.m.
the beautiful entertainment Sun Realty
mortgages, come in or callus and shall
ginning May 15. day afternoon after the session. we be. happy
Everything will continue as Well done. Mrs. Clark, president; to serve you :without any "Red Tape."
usual except that the Admission Rev. H W. Moss, president. For Fair Deal
is Free at Clyde Klllen's WAYMON +A. EVANS
6200 N.W.
popular Knight Beat Club at the 2nd Ave.
Registered Broker
Sir John Hotel, corner NW 6th Omega Boat Cruise PL
I St. and 3rd ave., the place P.8.-If pleased, tell others. If not, tell us 71645HI
where you are always welcome.
Expected to be GreatTicket T
The Knight Beat Club has re ,, -
cently been renovated and the sales for the annual 1I17T"rnlJ71Il1t71ti7'WliSi! --l!t-.-aEwaflflnggmrffflsas-!- ;,. "'( UIU U'H}IIfl'WICC!
seating capacity has been increased cruise are moving at a brisk '"
to almost double its former pace which points to the largest I "
size. The club now representsone passenger load during the fiveS i yic The Opportunity You've Waited For
of the largest. places of en years of sailing. :
tertainment in the Miami area, Brother of Omega 1t' I
urge you Is NOW
t Yours In
with one of the :largest' dance to secure your ticket reservationsfrom BeautifulESTATES
floors In the city. members, Economy Drug :: '
Store NW 3rd ave. and 11th st.
K. OF 'P. GRAND Dunn's Pharmacy, Coconut Grove ;

Katie 64th st.and and Shirley's 15th ave.Record, and Shop Edwards I 0 R (I

SESSION TO Pharmack, Richmond Hts. I' N

4 MEET HERE The date is May 12, 8:30: p.m. ;
sailing time Beautiful Dream- A'u 2 '
boat will leave municipal pier at '
Seeslop S.E. 2nd jst. and Biscayne Blvd.
Conch salad and the hully gully .
and Court of Cal'anthes:' will meet will be featured '
I In Miami beginning May 14 and s"m
lasting through May 17. \\i: :
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The convention will open with M
the Memorial Service on Sunday, New Bargains! .uu
May 14 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Paul 1 J& .Acre in.INVEST
AIM Church In Coconut Grove MAKE OFFER NOW IN THE

with the nt. Rev. Sherman L. s"a 2 DAQE.qQU,,
Greene, senior' bishop of the Open 3.5 p.m. BEST
A On Old Ingraham Highway
AME Church and Presiding P : 't
bishop of the 11th Episcopal Down Payment: "t '. '
District (the State of Florida)
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officiating. For :'IOnly 1 795 I MAKE YOUR DREAM
The sessions of the Grand 1430 N.W. 59th St.
Lodge will open at 9 o'clock on A REALITY
Monday morning May 15 at the bedroom, 2 baths, garage,' .
same church. A mammoth out. oak floors built-in electric

o'clock door parade'Monday will;afternoon be held in at the 6 kitchen, Florida, room. I::; TIIIS'LAND CAN BE YOURS FOR AS LITTLE AS:

Coconut Grove Area. The parade ,
.j will begin at the corner of 1232 N.W. 55th St. ,
r Douglas Road and Thomas Ave., $1 0 Down. $1 0, Per Month
and win; pass through the principal 1426 N.W. 58th Terr.
streets of, the,' area.
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The grand ball iwill be held 9 I
Monday night at 930; at Club Office .
77; the orator,cal contest and BARON JE 8-1340 our Daily-See Our Exclusive Broker

Queen 16 at 8 Review p.m. ,at on St.Tuesday, James, Baptist May NO MONEY DOWN 1: S. Hutcheson Jr., Third' ,Avenue Realty FR 4-1664

Church, the Rev. J. W. Watson :
pastor and the session will We build on your lot ail HOW TO GET, TO DREAMLAND- ESTATES '

close on Wednesday, May 17. ill.. Drive south on U.S. 1 to Florida City, turn right at sign showing entrance Erer-
At the same time that the Pythians Cash paid for lot
are holding their sessions your: ''US glades National Park turn left a$ Royal Palm area in Park ,continue to Camp

the Court of Calanthes will be ....,. Zn Erergladce' sign; turn right. at first road; continue 5 miles to Dreamland Estatee.J .
holding their meeting in the Co .1
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