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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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38TH YEAR, NO. 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY JUNE 10, 1961 SIXTEEN PAGES TEN CENlV- Cf ';1\\




789 TO GRADUAtE N ; )1Nor'western



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total of 789 seniors from
Bade County's five high schools
wl.l receive diplomas in gradu

ation exercises tonight (Friday. ) !
.3 aa and Monday. k lp

Leading off the ,weekend of
graduation. activities will be
Hooker T. Washington where .r H!

185 will graduate four o'clock
today at Dade County Auditor
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,+ Carver High with 108, North
Dade with 108, and Mays High
with 105; all hold their gradua
/ tion exercises In their respective
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auditoriums tonight at'S o'clock.

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Northwestern sends out a
.. ItKGINA JOLL1VKTTK class of 283 In exercises at Dade I I
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Northwestern ,ValedictorianLAXCJSTO.V County auditorium at .3 o'clock IlLONWA MOHKLAXD<
This group of young people: Informed of this group's activities Monday IIFW VnlmHctotlamItOIIIlIK ,
IIIIA-IW.i! $.4"'" '. '... .M .LJ ..
have formed the first Miami and ,. if! I
current projects that !'I ........ ,
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NAACP Youth Council to help In they are engaged In. AH persons Ji"t" 3f 1r 7. -, '"t'; A' I

the fight for freedom. After a Interested may receive additional ... ,!I series of meetings at the local Information by calling FR '" '" : ,
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branch office, election of officers 5631 or coming to the local : M: J
"was held. branch office, 803 NW 3rd ave. ..;'i4<.-, r ; >
Words cannot describe the Advisors to the group; are Mrs. f" ',. .' :
part that the 'youth have played Gloria Blue and Samuel Moncur. ; # ': ;
In the fight for freedom and the ; ; ;
group has pledged to do the First row Alfred Williams, .. \
nrf sldent ',,
same This group has also pledged ; secretary, Theodore -
to help matte Miami a better R. Gibson Jr., treasurer; Peto
place to live by becoming active Christensen vice president.' :w.

In community affairs and to help Second row; Bruce Thompson, r j
fight and combat the problems Ernest Gross, Dill Chrlstensen,
of the teenaged youth. and Tyrone Reddish: all mem r I
Weekly reports will keep you I bers of standing committees. !1 Mr !
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MASS MEETING TO sq t

McCllAV JVAOW JOIINHON II

ItTW Haliitmorian ", IST\V MuliitiitorlantFLA.
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DISCUSS TAXESOne McKINNKYHalutatorian
Northwt'"h'.n
I MEDICAL ASS'NMEETS :

of the most important Scheduled speakers will be
from the Dade a l part In making Miami a better .
persons Metro
meetings this year is being plan
Commission. This of the place to live I II
part _
ned by the Young Democrats of
program will be announced In The leadership: of the Young
Miami to better acquaint the Ne next week's IN NASSAU
: paper. Democrats is to be complimentedfor
gro homeowner and property The Young Democrats of MI- this type program and rlch.y .
owner with tax and reassessmentand ami have instituted a new pro deserves your support. De sure
what it moans. This meetingwill gram In the area of community to watch next week's Miami
be held at Greater Dethel activities and this is the first ina Times for complete details for 250 LEAVE HERE
Church June 22 series of events that will play: this mass meeting.
THIS WEEKENDA

-- group of 260 Florida physicians

dentists and pharmacistsand
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Rentals their wives will leave Miami
Apartment
for Nassau Sunday to hold their
annual meeting June 11-14.
I The group, composed of members
of the Florida Medical,
Dropping to $10 Weekly Dental and Pharmaceutical As .1

sedation and their, wives, will
be headquartered at the Emerald
Recession Liberty City area which used toi '
__ .. and New Reach Hotel, but some delegateswill
i bo $15 or $16 a week, will drop stay at the Nassau Reach
4 ",,"ff' '. Residential Areas to $10 a week, predicted Ka.. Hotel of the Howard Johnson
BOW. Some of them have already chain Several Florida lawyerswill
Leave
1900 VacantThe come down to $12.50 with gas accompany the association

rests ..ltu.UIn Miami's and water furnished members to Nassau for their

\ N I good airing lost Sunday by Her. /said' : "This Is what the price Reach, 1'H: .
aid staff writer, Juanita Greene, should' be We're not kidding This will be the association'sfirst
The writer observes that the anybody. What has Inflated rentals meeting outside Florida.
1 "concrete monsters" are limping Is the price of the land and Sunday evening the memberswill : .
R under the heavy blows from financing," attend a banquet at the
"for rent" signs; that they nri*." As reported, Cohen thinks Emerald Reach. Monday, Tuesday
not the money makers they! ui ud that the Negro Is not paying too and Wednesday mornings will HONOR OnAOl'ATflu' Naomi
N to be; that a rash of vacanciesIs much rent but that he Is not be devoted to business meetings, Ru'' lard, youngest daughterof
bringing return on Invest getting enough for his money. lectures and clinical discussions.At Mrs Susan Dullard and the
ments down to only 6 or 7 per (Which sounds very much like 8 p.m. Monday the association late Rob Rullard of 1324 NW
cent, instead of the usual 10 or the laying that when a man's will hold a public meetingat 2nd aye, will: receive the bache
S w 12. shoes hurt his feet, the trouble St. John's Baptist Cathedral, lor of science decree from the
... Abe Kasow, a contractor who is, that he did not get enough Meeting St. Sir George Roberts, College; of Medical EvangelUts
has constructed some of the shots for his money!) KT CRB, legislative council at Ioma Linda, Calif. on June
large buildings for himself cud president, will deliver Ihe we\\ 11. She will also receive the
cannot get longS
others, is reported .s saying: Because they: come address. College's President's Award of
'Ys. the party's over." term, low-Interest financing, ,Monday afternoon tho wires of $300 for maintaining the highest -*
the Negro
;gRIuEIts ,1UWIES many Investors In local physicians, .dentists, pharmacists scholastic ar me in t.hL. '
It. 9b 71Mt' Among* reasons he gave for areas find It financially: impossible and lawyers'-will give' School of Nursing whereono she, Ii ''''
.. A v ,_. r ."' --.. the change are, the breaking of to build many two and tea at the home of Mrs W.O. of two Negroes )in a class of : ,
bedroom apartments, he '
.. ... Carolyn Yvonne Bennett, the barriers of the Negro ghetto three Worrell for the Women's Auxiliary 46.
daughter of James Bennett and which enables the Negro to ald. Builders can borrow only of the association. A member of the 1953 graduating .
the late Mrs. Doris Duo, of Mi buy for himself a little attractive 50 to 60 per cent of the cost. Tuesday at 6 pm, the Women's class of Booker T. Wash I
ami, graduated with honors on house for the same money he Bonded) Collection Agency, Auxiliary will stage a fashion Ington High School, Miss Rul
Monday from Bennett College in used to spend on a mall one- which manages about 10,000 show In the Nassau Reach Ho :lard also received two years of ;
> Greensboro, N.C. Miss Dennett's room apartment, and the recession units, confirmed the vacancy tel'a Colony Room. At 9 p.m. the liberal arts training at Oak 1
Hold was math and chemistry At which has put many Ne rate in the area. It has about same evening tfi. association I wood College In Alabama. ..
Bennett ehe was a member of groes on the unemployment lUt. 1,400 vacancies It Is safe to es- will hold an after.dinner danceat I Her mother will attend her
the uartet and chorus. Unfurnished apartments In the Continued on page 9 the Emerald; Beach graduation. I


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DR. KING TELLS THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA "II

KENNEDY TO SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961 PAGE 3


SPEAK UP .
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NEW YORK Negro Integra-
lion l leader Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr called on President ;
Kennedy Monday to Issue a .second -
Emancipation Proclamation I I, 1
declaring Illegal all forms of segregation


Dr. King said an executive or
der banning segregation would
be far-reaching, but not too
I much to Ask. Ha said it would
y rf serve a.s "& great beacon of R
hope" td millions of "disinherited" -
people*

"Just as Abraham Lincoln: had
the vision to see almost 100 a1 +
years ago that this nation could F
not exist half slave and half
free," Dr. King said, "the present I
administration must have
the insight to see that today the I
nation cannot exist halt segregated
N and half integrated."
n
y
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f I NEW! DIFFERENT! I

FLORIDA area. Tins regional office would ucE1
certainly like to encourage the *
REALTORS forming Of banking and: lending
institutions in this area. The men
F
ORGANIZING and wtimen.of this area are most
capable and promise to be one
The Florida Trt..County neat of our best in the region. H
Estate Board consisting of Dade,
"
Palm Beach and Broward coUri- "
ties met with thfc Regional: vice '
"president) John W. Lyons recently ;j :' Hampton HouseAND
at Fort Lauderdale in the .of- :,.,.,, ., ;;
flee building of Leroy C. Mlzell ..''''. :'.' VILLAS
The meeting was he'd In -
a wonderful I
These male models will appear when the Miami:
atmosphere. A tasty cock- "'" '
tail hour preceeded the meeting <: : < 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. Continental Models present "Fashions in Rainbow" Sun.

along with a get-acquainted hour day, June 11, 5:30: til 8:30: p.m. at the Mary ElizabethsHotel's
Phone NE 3.0611COMPLETELY
Preston Tillman, president of 1ry
new Fiesta Room., Female models include :
the Tri-County Board presidedand

J. R. Taylor, one of the AIR Jessie Smith, Sylvia McFord\ Mildred Miller, Mildred -
founders, introduced the speak
er Mr. Lyons spoke on "Why a A CONDITIONEDTake Hodges, Ruby Lazier and Susie Holmes.
neal Estate Board?" He pointed
out that the origin of the Guest stars are the Myrtle Jones Trio, Fish Hay and

NAHEB was Florida. He cited Calypso All Stars, Danny Ray, Bobby Kendricks Trio,
the progress of the Atlanta and the family to dinner and Terrell Prude.Interracial .
Chicago boards with emphasison atHAMPTON -
their ability to "stick togeth
er" and organize financial joint Peggy Ann Brown, senior at HOUSERESTAURANT
ventures which have proven very Booker T. Washington High I For< further information, write
profitable He pointed out the School:, has been awarded the Workshopat to the office of the Dean, Ba- .' I
fact that the breaking down of Crisco Trophy for outstandingwork Food Prepared by thunecookm'an College, Day'J
In homemaking BethuneAn .
discrimination in FHA housingwas toua Deach.
a result of our group action The coveted gold trophy was Chef Martin Crue .
presented to Awards .. .. -
and many Improvements resulted Peggy on Formerly with interracial workshop on or -
Day, May 25 by the president of
from group action. A question Techniques of leadership for
and answer period followed, the Student Council, James Er- Arthur Wilde on the Beach Resolution of Intergroup Ten. Enroll your child now forJESCA'S
win. In awarding the Crisco Tro sons will be held at Bethune
The following persons were phy, James congratulated Peggyon Cook man College In Daytona SUMMER DAY
present: Mr. and Mrs. Preston the excellence she has shown. HOUSE Deach from June 12 to July 1, CAMP
Tillman, West Palm Beach: J. In her work and said that he USE HAMPTON meeting each morning
A. Summons, Miami; Mr. and "felt certain that her achieve. Convention Hall from Classes Monday, to Friday, will dls- 1133 N.W. 66th Street
Mrs. F. Corbett, W.P.B.; Mrs. ment in homemaking would be the social-psychological
Artie M. Kennedy WPD; Oeo an Inspiration to other students For Banquets, Meetings CUM bases of individual and group ,,behavior Phone PL 8.4791 for further
Burrows, Ft. Lauderdale; Mr. for many years to come." of achieving
techniques
,
and Mrs Leroy Mlzell Fort Peggy is the daughter of Mr. Conventions attitude change in community information
Lauderdale; Dennis Smith Miami and Mrs. Randolph Drown of 174 and many other topics JulO
groups
; Percy L. Johnson WPD; NW 8th st. She plans to continueher Large parking area leader in Intergroup educationwill
Julius Smith, Miami; J. R. Tay. .studies at Fort Valley State be supplied by the National '!' -:- :: :: .. J'
Jar Miami; Mrs. Barbara Chester College, where she will be a 4200 N.W. 27th AvenueNE Conference of Christians and
WPD; Jim Simmons Jr., freshman next fall. Jew The course offers three Join NAACP Today
WPB R. S. Chester Jr., WPB; Crisco ;3-0611
; The presentation of the undergraduate credits, and may
and Rudolph Pullom: and E. F. Homemaking award is to becomean oe continued for another three Membership Drive .
Aldrich, Miami. BTW. Harold Kemp, Res. Mgr.
annual event at weeks for three additional cred
Preston Tillman Is to be con- Mrs. Elaine Adderly! head the its. Scholarships are available. Ends June 26
gratulated on his superb job of homemaking department te- I'
getting these boards together ports that it provides "needed -
for we found many problemsthat recognition for outstanding workin
can be solved. Ironically as this important field."
it might teem there are very '.
few Negro brokers in this area
and the Negro population is very
large. Also sadly lacking is any DON'T COST THEY PAY

type of financial institutions MIAMI TIMES ADS
owned by the Negroes in this T



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PAGE "Cinderella adults will be charged. _
JUST BROWSIN' Foxyland" to RepeatDon Tickets on sale at Miami Times,
Carver)
YMCA ( ,
B.y PAUL HENRY Strachan'a original, top' Malckltanlra.. Cob1ttldiifT1Entoll
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a benefit' of the 0. W. Cam '
We were not among the 80,000
Branch YMCA on Saturday, : Your hUd Now
Metro who signed petition.the We McLeod's have supported anti- NW June 16th 17, at 6 p.m. at the Y, 6770 "Advent r lit the AtU"
ave
Metro from its beginning and Because of its wide acc planct* Ir ins ArU Cdntervfrtor?
Main Office at 0740 NV\V. 15th Arenue-Phone OX 1-O421 probably will continue to do We 80 many attendants coulld hot find (Carytf MBA)
of its ihortcomlngs.
In spite
Ilranch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FB 32280H. are'among those who believe seating. The repeat for performance all Individuals Jane 17 AuguU 1
,
that Metro given time, will Iron opens Opportunity current-original Music Dance Art,
ly. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher out difficulties and in the end to she this
personality A nominal i fee of 26 oc-= .
GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor prove to be the best kind of government .. -
for Dado County ..
Entonvl as Second GAS8? Matters, August 0, 19C7, at the Post Officeat ,
However when It comes to. reassessment
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 i it is our opinion that ATTENTION ALL 'BOYS 'I'I
those responsible certainly reassessed -
Mmb>r of th* Associated Negro Press property too high and
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher* Association there was some reason for com SUMMER IS HERE

SUBSCRIPTION RATES plaint. JOIN A CLUB: : ;_
If all untaxed property were '
ONE YEAR 94.50-SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS '1.70 taxed and taxes collected it does 9 Make Money in Your Spare Time! 4: '

seem that reassessment could be 0 Go on Beach Parties, Picnics and ) ."
"TRKDO: OF TilE NEGRO PRESS"'TIJE '
N'J.ono PRESS believes that America can be-rt lead the world lowered. 9 Have Holiday Dances ...:,
from racial and national antagjnnimn when it accords
to Avery man ADDRESSES
Three hundred garbage collec- 2
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regardless of color creed his human and
race or legal/ rights. Hating
tors went on strike for two days -
no man -urlnc no man-the Negro Press strives to help every' man this week. They want an Increase 1616 N.W. 55th TERRACE
In the firm belief that all men ore hurt as long as anyone Is held bf 25 cents an hour and change 2721-A N.W. 41st ,STREET 't
bick. of present scale from $1.41 to FOR INFORMATION CALL OX 14505WANTED
$1.52 an hour. They also-com.
.
"Speech is the gift of all, put J thought of; few"-Cato plain that garbage from worn
out "tote boxes" drip on them be
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe tween the can and the truck. I
Men Interested in Part-time Paper Routes
The men were fired but given an
Editor returned on Tuesday from Atlanta, Ga., opportunity to return and a
where he went to witness the graduation of his grandson, promise of a conference with COMMUNITY NEWS AGENCY

Robert Young, son of Mrs. Doreen Young, from More- returned County Manager to work. McNayr.! ,They 1616 N.W. 55th Terrace

house College. In Florida striking by munci- OX 1-4505 .
pal employees Is Illegal. v
Accompanying him were two of the five grandsons, .
RtL Jollivette and Garth Reeves Jr. James Lucas Jr., son Freedom riders are still' Mis
of daughter Hazel was unable to ,with us. Willie sissippi bound. Seven more went AVAILABLE
go
from New Orleans by bus. These GOOD CHURCH ORGANIST CALL OX- 1-4505
Littles, son-in-law, volunteered and took us to Atlanta in riders seem determined to keep
his Chysler Saratoga.In going regardless of fines and L
pri&on sentences.
Atlanta at the Walluhaje Hotel we joined our Oo-CO'Q OOOCOO

youngest grandson, Jeff and his mother and grandson City Commissioners Henry PLAN YOUR 'SUMMER VACATION
Dalaiban taking alum
suggest
Henry, now a junior, who came from Hampton Institute, violators into court instead of
Va. for the event. I going before the city's Building WITH US AND LET'S VISIT
Doard of Appeals.
My Wihat' a time we 'had in Atlanta. We rented a !

convertible ,so that Robert could take the other boys sight. said City he's Manager'been checking Melvin on Building Ree.!e. South America

seeing. Department files and rental
agencies will have his report
Now to commencement. Atlanta boasts of an outstanding ready this week. FUN FILLED DAYS AND NIGHTS

position for Negro education, and rightly so. 21 Visiting: Rio De Janeiro: Sao Paulo 21
Adlai Stevenson, U. S. delegate
There is an educational center comprising six colleges. to the United Nations is Montevideo, Buenos Aires Santiago,
The Atlanta University, Morehouse, Clark, :Morris Brown, making a goodwill tour of South Lima, etc.
Spcllman (girls) and the Interdenominational Seminary.The American countries. How much
good it will do remains to be GO NOW! PAY LATER
baccalaureate services were combined. Dr. Ed. seen. Maybe it will help. It.is
win T. Dahlberg of Missouri, speaker.We better to be late than never. Round Trip $645.00Includes

attended the 92nd commencement program of The Supremo Court of the Air Transportation, Hotel Accommodations, Sight.
United States on Tuesday upheld seeing, Transfers to Hotels and AIrports, Taxee, Tips and
Atlanta University on Monday afternoon and were pleased some portions of the Smith Act
to hear enchanting music by the Atlanta-Morehouse- 'I and the subversive activities Continental Breakfasts.
Control Law,.. DEPARTURES EVERY TUESDAY
Spellman chorus and a very inspiring address by Charles i -

C. Diggs Jr., member of the U.S. House of Representatives The ruling makes active membership Miami International Airport 3:00 p.m.

Michigan. President Rufus E. Clement conferred in the Communist Party BOOK YOUR PASSAGE NOW
degrees upon six in the school of arts and sciences; eight a Federal offense if the Indivi-,
dual is aware of the party's subversive WRITE CALL OR
PHONENorth's
masters of science ; 35 masters,in the school of social goals. It also requires ,
work ; 10 masters in social science; 19 M.A/s in educa Communist Party officers and
tion and one, in business administration. members the Kremlin.to register as agents of Travel Bureau


Tuesday morning Morehouse's program was held in : 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 9.6779OOOOOGaoooooO.OOOGOOOCOOOOOOO
the Health and Physical Education Building and this spacious .
auditorium had a capacity audience witnessing Drive Carefully

Morehouse's 94th annual commencement.The .

speaker was Dr. Robert C. Weaver, administra

tor Housing and Home Finance Agency, Washington


D.C.'Dr. Weaver's address was timely and should be an l THE u\A\ t

inspiration not only to the graduates but to many others Vl

who heard him.President .

,
Benjamin Mays conferred degrees of \
4 MASTER BEDROOMS 3 TILE BATHS
bachelor of arts upon 82 and bachelor of science upon 26. ;><

The honorary degree of bachelor of laws was conferred =,
upon Dr. Weaver.Ye NO MONEY DOWN


Editor was pleased and thankful to see his grandson NO CLOSING COSTS
graduate from Morehouse. He will probably study for
the medical profession. -
r _-_- ON YOUR LOT

Castro's Agreement'

Fidel Castro is stalling on his prisoners-tractors ex-

change. After Americans agreed out of humanity's sake, r
for the 1,200 Cuban prisoners whose lives Castro promised

to save $15,000,000 :worth of machinery, he now
wants a representative from the exchange committee to

come and talk with him. However, he does not want Walter
NO MONTHLY
Reuther to come to Cuba. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt or
Dr. Milton Eisenhower will be accepted. PAYMENTSwhen
you follow the
Castro feels that he has the upper hand in the deal k SEETHE magic finance plan
and:he does not seem particular about going through with

it. He will probably keep on stalling for a time, if this &aCOme cJAosteft MODEL
country continues to bow to his demands.
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,The committee has decided it will not go to Cuba. 5724 PEMBROKE RD., HOLLYWOOD Just one block east of Route 441 TODAY!

We must watch for Fidel's next move.
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AN INSPIRATION. Out of the ADAMS, a sophomore student at t Salon H ft i r''
'pward-reaching heart of man Tuskegee Institute make strik '' "
w e e v covers',
have grown dreams and xlslons ing pictures as ,they move about,
end Ideals.. Oftenmaff"'hAs -tided in the young col1ege set. Miss bald r "

ills ,skill to make his ,dreams Hanna is the daughter of the; EI 1 thickens a n d '
come true.: But however close 'to William Hannas of Liberty City.. 'p t lengthens t h et ,
them he has aproached, his heart Miss Adams is the' daughter of !i a. hair and theT '

has gone on dreaming' of tings the Nelson Adams of Miami. j hair can be

'higher till. styled beivntifull).

We know that perfection is a BIRTHS. The Itartman Gib SALLIK COLLINS, Technician
goal that runs swiftly before us, sons are the parents of a baby KLMYIIA K. TANNIN, Prop. ,
but always evades us. While we boy Garth Hartman, who was
struggle to grow we live in im deposited in their household Modernistic Beauty Salon
June 2 TOMMY Is
perfection. Our aspirations, BURNS 826 N.W. 3rd Ave.
the name of the
though never attained, gauge baby born May '
and measure the quality of the 21 to Mr and Mrs, Ralph Burnsof FR 4.9944 ,

soul more than all its mistakes. Opa Locka ,Mrs. Burns is the .. . . .........--.-- ,
and failures. former Beverly Simon, Mr. j
Burns is senior physical educa At a recent meeting, the Selec-\. ,ley
Jlence, to look out upon! the tlon major' student. tlon Committee of the WMBM
astonishing universe with eyes Community Service Foundation;

unblinking and face unblanched SUMMER Cosmopolites. June discussed the rules, regulationsand SPECIAL ATTRACTION! !
to ignore no truth and fear no
specifications for students
22 is the date for Mesdames
facts; to build high hoped upon Dorothy Edwards, Clarice Littles applying for scholarships. V
a firm foundation; to forgive and Carmetta Cash ,to Join Miss
without demanding apology to Edward A. Stern,
; Standing are
Mable Wright and others in THE STEREOS
.
keep affection in spite of misunderstanding Jacksonville for a planned bus Esq, secretary WMBM Founda
; to set our I tour that will take them to tion; Joseph Lledman, secretary
thought upon the things of value, WMBM; Mrs. Mayme Williams,
places of Interest in the
and in the many and Allen
spend our strength guidance chairman;
fulfilling of noble 'purposes; to U.S. They will return July 16. Margolis, vice president WMBM. The newest, the swingingest

reverence the good intention of
WEDDING Receptions.) "1tr. Seated Dr. Kenneth Williams
others rather than censure their : Singing in the
errors; to be alert to nature's Cupid" is having a field day president junior college; Sam I. group countryAT
pageantry though we dwell gathering his arrows after having Silver, Esq., chairman of board
amid the city's clamor; to gat ,brought together such nice WMBM Foundation; Dr. Frank THE
the most out of life t by right living people as Mr and Mrs. Levon lin N. Williams chairman, vice
and give the most we> 'can Smiley .,whose* wedding receptionwas president University of Miami;,
back to the world; to be sincere held in the Convention Hall Blanche Calloway, executive director
faithful to responsibility, at Hampton House' June 4. It and Miss Margaret J.
,
cherishing" honor above indulgence was ,quite an elaborate affair. Gllkey, director of guidance services MI CLUB BOWLING
and service above gain; Mrsv Smiley 1.& the former Betty Dade County Board of Ed.
to be guided, in our conduct by Jean Sut on ,, The P. J. Far ucation.
the shining angel of Faith in ringtons have posted invitationsto
Absent members on the com
God, and by the gaunt spectreof a wedding reception honoring
Fear Mr. and Mrs. Fredericks A. Morley > mlttee are Alex Klein, president
; to )approach our last FRI SAT.-SUN.
Colston:
WMBM Dr. Nathaniel ,
their ;
hour with ,the calm of a philosopher daughter and son-in
and Garth C. Reeves managing
and the gentleness of a law. The reception will be held
saint; to leave the world enrich June 18 at 6:30: p.m. at Carver editor of the Miami Times. JUNE 91011ANNOUNCING
YWCA Mr. Billy Crltten
ed by a treasury of kind deedsand .
a memory of love this nee Marjorle Thompson and her
Is an aspiration; this is an Idea husband Billy; have'chosen Green Is the sister of Rev Me
June 24 as the date of their Dowell q
wdding reception. The same is to ,
PEOPLE. Miss ANNE GEN. "
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take at 5 at 1034 NW 60th ,-r-- ::::- 'V; .
ERETTE" Is visiting relatives in p.m. THOUGHT 1XR TIII WKKK:
Chicago. She Is, the house guest St. Mrs. Critten is the daughterof A true friend enriches his I ;
of her uncle;' Capt., Edward O. Mr. and Mrs., Herbert Thompson friends by helping them to find THE ANNUAL MID-SUMMER
Hall, a dental surgeon who Is .. Sunday at seven o'clock the best in themselves
l Iri" the evening on June 25, Mr.
stationed at Ft. Sheridan. During -
the latter part of the sum and Mrs. ,Baldwin Hepburn will -.--..-........
mer Miss Generette will visit her welcome friends to their wed BARMAIDS BALLFor
maternal grandparents. Mr. and ding reception which will be heldin Operation Clean up

Mrs. Arthur Hall, who live in, their new home located at

New York City., Her mother, 6925 NW 20th ave. Mrs. Hep Collection of rubbish and refuse all Barmaids, Restaurant and Hotel EmployeesSUNDAYJULY3Oth
Mrs. Mary Generette. will join burn Is the former Ollie Reedfr
her for a holiday fling before re asecretary at Noj-thwejstern in front of premise,

turning to her teaching assign _
ment at Phyllis Weatley Elementary APPROACHING Marrtages. cleaning of walkways, gut
school next fall ,
Miss Bettye Christian becomesthe tens and side walks in
Miss DORIS FARMER Is in
bride of Mr. JAMES L. BUR,
Jackson Hospital -. Mrs. MIL Rig of Knoxvllle Tenn. on June front of premises -In The Beautiful INew-
DRED ALLEN is gravely ill At
19. The wedding will take
Jackson also Mrs. D. A. placeat '
JULIUS has gone to Kingston, St. John Baptist Church at six PLEASE DO NOT PLACE KNIGHT BEAT PLAYHOUSE
'\o'clock In the evening First
Jamaica ,on business. Lt. EARL E. ALLEN and BARBARA WATERMELON RIND ON Of The Sir John Hotel
ANN HOWCLL
will
..;VISITORS. Mrs. MARY E. STREET.
plight their troth at ten o'clockIn
SIMONS, mother of PTA work.
er, Anthony Simons, is here the morning on Sunday, June .............................................. DANCING STARTS AT 8100 P.M.
26 at St. Francis Xavier Church.
from Nassau to spend six weeks
vacation with him and his family -- .
Mr. and Mrs. SIDNEY WEDDING Anniversary Con.
COOPER and Mrs. GLADYS gratulatlons. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie *
HOWARD of Tampa were here Thomas June 6); Mr. and POPULARITY CONTESTWinner
as house guests of the Wynns .of Mrs. Arthur Evans Mr. and Mrs.
James Johnson Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
Opa Locka.
will receive week the
Reuben Mitchell, June 10, Mr an all-expense-paid at

ItETJlU ES. After having and Mrs. Virgil Rogers, Mr. and
Famous Hotel Castelhaiti in Port-au-Prince
spent most of their lives at teach Mrs. Leonard Ivy, June 14.

erg the following are leavingthe
profession: Misses Leonie BIRTHDAY Greeting Ruth VALUABLE PRIZES TO LUCKY VOTERS
Adams, E. C. Thomas; Mea J. Blacknell' W. Dolores Bethel
... It ton -Mallie Hunter Johnson, Josephine White Joe N Vote for your favorite Barmaid, Bartender, Waiteror

Minnie James, Ellen Pierce and Wooten, Hacolean Storr Pau
Samuel Payne and Charles William line Hayes June 10; TessIe STANLEY SWEETING Waitress
*. These public servants are Whle June 11; Ira Blossom Rev,
being feted by colleagues and A. Leon Lowry Frank Holland, says

frieneds. Gloria Johh&nVDorls B. SoWnlonTs June 12;. "I Can Do Anything"
Samuel Hutchinson '
Mall or bring to ,
THE SAFETY PATROL Organ. June1f ft Carmen D. Williams Typing Letter Writing
Margaret Moncur Elloulse Content headquarters, ItannAiJ Rail '
ization at Rainbow Park Elementary News Writing Advertising '" ,. ,
la making their second Eve June 15.
Hulto 223, Hlr John Hotel .
trip to Nassau. Going along will Income Tax 'Notary' Public ':
be other students, teachers: MAR [ All of ROM Gary Public Relations 270 N.\V. nth Ht., Mfaunl, FU. "'

parents and friend Mrs. Rosa Browarnlck have Invited as spec Promotions Employment
Lee Fortson .Is principal of the lal! guests Mr. and Mr*. Lucius
MY VOTE flOI i TO
Distribution
school. North's Travel Bureau is Brown of 2231 NW 163rd St.,
handling all cruise arrange Opa Locka The..c1'emony! will or any kind of ,
ments. take place Saturday, June 10, at
Congregational Yeheidah Moshe Public Service .I'

REV. LOnE 'TI1A WOODEN Temple: in North Miami with
trill be ordained to the Sacred Rabbi David W. Herson officiating. SWEETING LAMAR In The Popularity Content
Priesthood Saturday, June 17 Mrs Brown has workedfor and associates
Episcopal Church. the Browarnlck family for
at St. Agnes
The ceremony will take place 13 years ever since Ross was 1128 NW 3rd Ave. Name!, ,??.,................_........................_...............................NNIINII_....SIN
ten o'clock in the morning. born. She Is as excited over this FR 94961Modern
Lduttlt will officiate big event as though it were her
Bishop' at Henry the ordination.I. own child. ( Theatre Illdg.) Addles ?._._......,...?................?/NIII.........._.?.... Phone ......_._.......

, ,MISS CASSANDRA HANNA an Winners win be announced Sunday July 80
accomplished pianist and a recent Rev and Mrs. Curtis McDowellnave '

graduate, of St. Augustine u their house guest, Mrs. .
t College and Miss SCEVIA: Lucille Green of Chicago. Mrs. Advertise! It Pay _____ .... I,,'-.- .;.:.' .::----_ J -::: ...;; .... .....


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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961

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-- M.W.AMM: Atlanta Schools
rfL Integrate
Attending last week's CORE
rally at Mt. Zion Batist Church -
Around Miami I participated in a truly exciting ATLANTA Ten carefully ed desegregation plan, the Ne
and thrilling experience. As the screened Negro students viewed, groes will variously attend four
I CORE members marched down with enthusiasm and a trace of previously all-white high schools,
the aisles chanting, "We Shall apprehension, Monday their se- Brown, Grady Murphy and
lection to Inaugurate Georgia'sfirst Northside, during the fall term
By DAVE BONDU Overcome Some Day", I felt
beginning August 30.
public school integration
overcome, and silently prayed 'it
; 4 would be soon, program,

.... - - -- ..---. ... I was not privileged to hear The seven girls and three boys
THIS WEEK there will be no will 'be held sometime next James Farmer national directorof whose career ambitions Include EXPERT WATCH AND
sermon, Just bits of things of intrest month. The winner this year will CORE because he preferredto medicine, archaeology and engineering CLOCK REPAIRS
I Things like the receive a free trip to some far remain in the Jackson Miss survived a series of rug Andrews' Jewelers
Remember hope. how used away place with all expenses jail with his fellow freedom rid ged screening tests given to 134
organ.to to a club and dig you the pl paid. In fact two trips will be ers than make a speech. To me, Negroes who sought transfer to 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
go
ano man? Well, that's almost a on the agenda, plus a lot of oth this action on his part was the white high schools. All work guaranteed
er prizes. All bar maids who are best speech he could make.
of the Almost every 40 Year In
thing past. The made "excellentscores" ButlneMFR
group
Interested We who attended the rally
call Dave Marksat
lounge and club in our area has may academic achieve 3.0152RUPTUREEASER
on
blessed with dynamic
were a
FR 33381.
an organ all except Cafe ment and personality tests and
fiery speech by Rev. B, Elton
Society and Rockland Patace.Let's JUDGING FROM the crowdsat Cox, a freedom rider whose tone "very favorable impressions" in
downtown
count starting the Capitol Theatre every spelled an early doom to racial personal Interviews with school
Sir John Lounge, Clyde's
: officials, said Deputy City School
inequality. His vivid description
Thursday night for the stage
Knight Beat, Mary Elizabeth show, looks like we hit the nail of the brutalities inflicted on the Supt. Rual Stephens. TA.I..,us.P.Off IA"'",,,_h.d.,
Ed Cook's Fiesta Room,
Harlem Lounge, Square, King O'Heart on' the head. This is somethingthat riders brought into focus the Under a federal court-approv

Club Royale, Club MI, Baker's has been needed for a longtime urgency of a peedy victory over r: ;;;
Famous Corner that's 9. Seems New York has' its Apollo all; forms of injustice.
everybody) digs the piano except Theatre, and as far as I'm con. Victory Is on its way. Already Seven Week of 1 cubic$5.95
the poor bass man. However, cerned Miami is a great aa New the Greyhound Bus depot in Right or Left Ne
Frank DuBoise of the Sir John York. So why not have them Montgomery, Ala. has been quietly "Adventure in The Arts" sine S495 Flrtin0
sex that a fender bass with his here? This also gives the teensa desegregated. A spokesman at Itl6JJI Acquired
organ gives his trio "full body chance to see their favorite the Chicago offices of the Greyhound Beginning June 17 A itroiti' form lBgullul-fitting hernia washable support
SSrifl2 sack< '
lacing
tone" and a better sound.Nowmost entertainers because they are not Company said the comp- up In front Adjustable
likely this bit I'm writing allowed to visit the clubs. So any is making a renewed effort Fine Arts Conservatory iMthtr leg strtp Soft flat groin pAd. No steel' or
bind For .
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about the organ doesn't move from now on, it's the Capitol to see that all Greyhound termi (Carver YMCA) .. Mill order mm rl>V. woman meajur and around.hU"n.
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you at all, and frankly I'm at Theatre every Thursday night. nals and restaurants were oper tidy-.t double pan..t abdomen state rich I, left
the 'point where it doesn't kill Starring regulars are: Sam and ated on a desegregated basis Call OX 6-0231 or
me either, but I wrote it any Dave, Sam Early and his band, It is time for the removal of
Phil Harris the director and "Colored Waiting Room" signs J.&J. DRUG DEPT. STORE
how in tribute to the piano FR 4-7053
a fading star in the Miami horizon M. C. from all public places. These oppressed 1410 N.W. 02nd St.
ones have waited tar too ;; ;;: =:::::;; = = = =:::=::.; "C ,::,::::; :; I Miami, Fla.
THIS SUNDAY, the Par and long for their God-given rights
Birdie Club will hold Its third and dignity.As .
'J'JUJ'BHY; Pretty lady who monthly golf tournament. After the signs of victory become
was a Joy Juice mixer at the the tourney, prizes will be evident, and while CORE and the
VIP Lounge Is no Longer behind awarded to the winners at the NAACP fight on valiantly for
the bar. She is now the private golf course, instead of the club Justice:, we of the Baha'i Faith,
secretary to Manager Dave Pro- house, because they have changed a people: representing every color
hinsky, and doing a wonderful their meeting dates to the and nearly every ethnic and re
job. The lady Is Mrs. Delores first Sunday in each month. ligious background in the world,
Coffio, a newcomer to Miami will observe Race Amity Day
who sez that she'll stay here for FRANK HAMPTON and E. J. (tomorrow) in love and fellow
ever. Norman, two of Jacksonville's .ship. Our portion in this desperate
biggest civic workers, motored war against injustice Is living PHI';TTY flIHL of the Week: down: last weekend for a conference the life for which all men of f
Lillian Moon Pretty Boy .of with President KennedyAide good will and Integrity are fighting
the Week: Charlie Peterson Frank Reeves. Frank filled and praying.
(Peterson's Nursery) Man the blanket suit that Integratedall
About Town: Farey: Neasman of the Jax public recreational Man OriginatedIn
Policeman of the Week: Sgt facilities.
Leroy Smith Doctor of. the AfricaIt
Week: W. A. Patterson Jr. I Til next week ,. Live 39. Oh, Is now 100 percent certain

excuse me, I meant Live Life, that man .originated in Africa, r a
.\. HAHLY, the dynamic Every golden minute of it. Peacel according to Dr. L. S. B. Leakey
Hock and Roll organist, Is plan of the Corydon Museum, Nairobi
.
ning to do a record session NO INCIDENTSAT Kenya. *
sometime in September. Sam is Fossils from all over Africa
about the only Rock and Roll MIXED support the theory that man r _
organist in South Florida (no evolved from the famlles of apes _
SWIMMING
offense to the other organists), in Africa, he told a recent con- x.A .
Anyway if you haven't heard him A small group of Negroes re ference of the New York Acad 0
you can catch him at the King 'I turned to the Bear Cut swimmingarea emy of Sciences 4\ *
O' Hearts every Friday Saturday normally patronized only S ;
and Sunday. by whites and swam without Incident :
Sunday. ,*( t gs

:MAIUU KNK51IT did such a Negro and white Metro police ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE C
splendid Job at Clyde Klllen'a were on guard as they were dur
Knight Beat last weekend, that ing a similar "swim-In" Saturday
held for this The area is near Virginia
be over
she will Beach For everyone. We specialize in
weekend. She was offered a gig assigned risks with small down ta
at one of the big hotels on the payment Financing arranged
Beach, but turned it down so
Atman: Insurance Agency, 768
that the sepia fans could see and MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T NW 3rd St., FR 12421.
hear what she Is doing. Next
week, Lulu Reed will grace the COST THEY PAY
stage of the Knight Beat, followed '
by Wynounle Harris who -Y"->.YY" .\
will rock the Joint. Watch the
glass smile. Who is the glass?
L
Clyde Klllens, of course. .
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Between The Lines. INKED TO NEWCONTRACT SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1901 PAGE 7

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--- King Coleman, former Miami i

TIlE cinjncirs GREAT disc Jockey and currently win- WE LOAN MONEY ,
TEMPTATION ning new laurel as a singer of
distinction, has been signed to i
a long term recording contract ,, ON FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES
Evelyn Cunningham is tr
column
1st for the Plttsbugh Courier .. .4I.j.. by Kenco Recording Co. of New { ,
In .. I York and Hollywood, accordingto HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS '. I
one of her columns of recent ,
'" an announcement by Ken "
date she wrote one of her finer I Hecht, president of the company, I Free Inspection Reasonable Costs ,
masterpieces and it was BO stimu
lating and suggestive this..writer King will wax his first four And Interest Fast and Efficient Service
wishes to pass it on for it drives sides this week under the direction ,
home a' point that needs more of Doles Dickens, famous: ABC MORTGAGE CO. FR 1.1493
and A and R executive and
more emphasis in these crit w. arranger :
ical times It sounds for Straight Ahead Music Co. 703
a subtle Seybold Bldg. Phone
Evening UN 6.6886
warning to the ministers who Dickens has also worked out a
man the pulpits of the land. deal with Buster Newman, I
Broadway coach and producer,

"Being: an inveterate sinner I church of today, that is the dang to stage a complete new act for I--
get a yen to atone every now er and temptation to turn the King Coleman prior to his open i I
and then to the church and try church into a town hall meet ing at the Town Casino in Buf IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE
to get straightened out. Up to falo. |
my ears in transgressions, I ing.There la always the danger Coleman will be remembered SUSPENDEDWhy
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made my way to church Sunday. that the minister will 0.3 the singer who created a'
It was forget jensatlon last with wait up to six weeks to clear record whenwe At
one of those bright spring that the church ceases to be the year a recording your
days and people on the street church when It fails lo hold up of nl\ ashed Potatoes", can clear you and have your driver's license back
had kind looks on their faces. I Jesus Christ as the Saviour of & novelty record that sold close in your wallet in ONE DAY at I J '
got one of those real nice feel mankind.It to 2,00,000 copies, and subse
ings as I approached the big grey is tremendously to quently launched him on a Sfrvice-F/rsf
popular / Insurance
atone edifice In fact I was feel exploit the Negro's current resentment coast-to-cAast tour of night Agency
clubs in the United
ing righteous States. lie
what with having for segregation and 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue
gotten is also slated to join Leslie NE 5.6355
at the
up crack of dawn in the vagaries thereof.
the first place. Gaines in Tokyo on July 15 fora and 16300. N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4.6612
That there should be this! resentment tour of Japan, Honolulu and Open
Saturdays until
3
'The church was crowded and and that much of it Hawaii. p.m.
the organ was playing softly. All should be generated and dlsseml'j '-
the ladles, had flowers on top of sated by the church Is I
their heads, and everybody ally accepted fact. Dut .sight
looked like they were glad they must not be lost of the fact that
were there. The minister seemeda mankind must be saved from Its
bit shook up when he saw and sins and there is no way found '
greeted me, but regained his under the heavens whereby this : :
composure in time to jsay that he can be done eave by the preach
;
was happy I had returned to the ing of the Gospe:, and this must Z
fold. I slid into my favorite pew, be the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
did a little private praying and Mankind is so constituted that.
told the Lord I wasn't going to It wants to hear from Heaven
do it any more. xnd Heaven's God and Heaven'
Jesus Christ.FRINK .
'Then the service started with
the Psalms, the hymnals and the

sermon. The lady sitting next to HEADS '.'
me was thoughtful enough to <
whisper the number of the .,' : .
pages that they BCC ALUMNIJohn .
were reading so :::'
I could keep up with everything. .(
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I was Interested in the announce- S. Frink, Daytona Beach .::,':".... \
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ments they made .mid-way in the businessman, has been elected I"" '
service. It seemed there wan go president of the National Alumni
ing to be an NAACP meeting in Association of Bethune Cookman F.
the parish, tea for the sit-ins, the College. Mr. Frink, a graduate In :
register and vote committee was the class of May, 1955 is marriedto I
looking for volunteers, a mental Mrs. Emmie Williams Frlnk .
health clinic was going to be class of May, 1957. They have a
opened, and the Little League son 3 years of age. '1 ,
baseball team needed uniforms. Mr. Frink in accepting the
Good, I thought, the church was mantle as president stated that ,,1
reaching out into the community his administration would go all M
and assuming broader responsi out to become one of the most effective
bilities. Then came the sermon."I units of Bethune Cookman +

never quite got the full College. ,. a
point, but it was all about the Immediately: after his election, 1
space race and the Africans. It the Alumni Association pledged

was rather interesting, but I fund$10,000 drive.to the $1,000,000 capital f.y:
kept thinking that it would have
sounded better at Other officers elected were:
a banquet, or 1
at one of those testlmonals.: Harry L. Burney, Crescent City
Something I don't know what vice president; Mrs. Dora Wright,
-just was not right. As a backslider Miami, corresponding secretary; >
I was not in a position to Nathaniel Davis, Jacksonville,
question the church's modus treasurer; William Jackson, i N
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operanda and had no way of Ocala, parliamentarian; Colin
Walton, Miami, director of pub
knowing if this service was any ,
lic relations Y
and
Cornelius W ,
different
from others over the S 5
past years or so. Norton, Gainesville, chaplain.

"It occurred to me during col
lection that what I missed wasa I I Royal Twenty ClubThe

real religious impact. They Royal Twenty Women's
did not talk enough about God Club held its regular meeting
and all those things that broughtme Sunday, May 28 at the lovely
there. They gave me plentyof home of Mrs Carlee Daniels, ,
inspiration to do my duty asa Washington Ave., Coconut Grove. i 9 w,iF.y 4.
citizen and to help the race in The club voted to send two
the march of progress; they members to represent them at

gave me pride in the church's the Federation meeting to be ....--.--
community center and an earnest held at Bradenton. Many other
desire to volunteer for the after- items of current business were The family of physicist Charles J2. Harrington. All the Harrington children wero
school program. discussed during this time. Carnation babies. "My doctor recommended Carnation," Mrs. Harrington explains.
"Out they did not give me the After conclusion of business, This milk in the red-and-whlto can is the world's leader for infant feeding.

spirit I was looking for. They the social session began with
did not stir my soul. They did the introduction of visitors.
not make me want to repent Most notable among them was Five little Harringtons-and how they do grow !

enough. It was a good town hall Mrs. Lillian Foster a teacher at ,
meeting, but It was not quite Central College who is the guest (Their doctor recommended Carnation)
church." of Mrs. Myrtle Davis.
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In her article: Miss Cunning The hostess was very warmly ,r- '
is RECIPE
Daddy
ham put her fingers on a real thanked by Mrs. Vera Clark for a government physicist. :
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Mother is active in PTA, church and (MokttCARNATION'S arvlhn)
danger and temptation to the i a perfectly wonderful evening. ,
community projects. "And I'm busiest
of all at home," Mrs. Harrington stay.moist BUNBURQERS

admits, "with five little Harringtons. A cup (small can) undiluted

They all got started on a Carnation CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK _
STAR MEAT MARKET formula." 1 egg

lei pounds ground beef
Eight out of 10 mothers who Iced Vi cup fine cracker crumbs I
their babies a Carnation formula say: lea' teaspoons salt

\ / 1520 N.W. 62nd Street "My doctor recommended it." Carnation Vi teaspoon pepper ,.

is the safest, most nourishingand 1 teaspoon dry mustard _
digestible form of milk for baby's I tt cup finely chopped onion

THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE bottle. Ask your doctor about Carna I V4 cup finely chopped green pepper
tion- the milk every doctor knows.I American process cheese slices I

This milk that's best for babies Is j Blend Ingredients. Form meat mixture .EVAPORATED.. I L f.J
Into 12 thin patties. Place each
best for coffee, cereals and cooking, patty on 'IItCIIwI..
toot! Carnation is the milk can I hamburger bun half, covering completely.Broil .
you about 5 minutes ((6 to 7 Inches from .
Prices use like cream-with/ fat calories I o.l Ild ,N
Fresh Meat' Low '" Cow
heat Top each Bunburger with a cheese I Islice.
and at / the cost of cream. Try I / Broil until cheese bubbles.
Bunburger recipe, shown at'right. J
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Women's Day at EXTRA MONEY

Quality Bright Mctrning Work 1 hour a day In your own
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961 home or business
Star ChurchThe
PhotographyDONE Phone FR 0-1703

BYf41i fourth Sunday In June, Talk with the Taylors.or:.
TAKES ON has ,been set aside by the officers S. Q. Clear ,.
VAUGHN Bright
:i>''''':' ':':>":' and members) of
: JU10
I d : ,'jit Morning Star Free Will Baptist
,': < Church, located at 360 NW 14th .
t: : Terr., as Woman ObservanceDay. .
I' IRVIN AT SIR JOHNThe ., Rev. R. Smith Is the pas i
.' ':; tor. Theme and Always.of the Special day, "Christlow music iI iI I

capacity crowds that have will be furnished by the choir r I
attended the boxing bouts each and other well know soloists and
Monday night at the new Sir Spiritual TeaYou groups Miss Marie M White,
and
convinced Promoter outstanding religious worker
John Arena have
Invited to attend a
are
Mt. Zion Baptist
of
member
that top
Rabin a
Sam
Spiritual Tea at the St. Stephen will be the morning
name attraction Is an ever-welcome Baptist Church located, 1781 NW Church, and an attractive program $395. Down $74 Mo.
speaker
"bonus", In addition to 73rd et., Thursday, June 15 at f has been arranged for the
the already enjoyable fights 8 p.m. Rev. James P. Waldon, 730 N.W. 50th St.
which have been presented.The pastor. Johnson of Miami evening service No Closing Costs
first In a series of topflight -
boxing names to be presented Beautiful 2-bedroom;>> CBS
from time to time at the Claude Pepper I 409 N.W. 17th Street Beautiful Home on with extra large Florida

Sir this John Monday Arena night.Is coming The well-up Speaker MondayFormer Phone FR 7-2294 Your Lot I room, tile roof, sprinkler

known lightweight champion of __ system. This must be seen.
L
Panama, Ike Vaughan, will headline United States Senator 1ttuv ada .._
card when he Claude Pepper will be guestspeaker ..... ;
the six bout at the Annual meeting of --..."'.,.""... "",,--4 -"'"'
meets Harry Lee Irwin In the Ground CAN
final. the Greater Miami chapter of $495 Down $75 Mo.

Ike has headlined many showsat !!! the American Association for the FOR SALELarge tll"'c ---- I 'tt ,
the Miami Beach Auditorium United Nations. This meetingwill No QualifyingNo
favorite because be held 8 p.m. Monday,
where he Is a big ,Closing Costs
of his constant action. June 12, in the Orange Bowl duplex house, 1937
Room of the Columbus Hotel. Complete Building Service Very large 2-bedroom, en-
Is also former New York Live in
He a NW 51st Terr. one
will discuss the furnished kitchen
closed porch
Chicago InterCity Golden Senator Pepper
the side rent other side for in- PLANNING
of supporting
,
Importance lot
Gloves Champion. 75 x 100 close .to
Harry Lee Irwin has been United Nations in this critical come. In very good location. BUILDING shopping schools and buses
Hirsch Pick ,
Muriel
boxing six years and finally gets period. Mrs. Stove and refrigerator each FINANCINGYour
winners
the -
awards to
week at the:! will present ....
this
:
chance from
big
his 1 I of the High School Examination side. Open Sunday New Home --- -- --
Sir John Aaughan.Arena Irvin In going scored againstIke a sensational contcat on the United 1 to 5 p.m. $1,100 down, HOME AND INCOME

KO over Lee Earnings Nations. monthly payments $95. No Down $495 Down,
at the Sir John only three Wefkb Nominations will be confirmed PaymentOver
ago. for officers and the Incoming s Completely furnished 2-bed

URBAN LEAGUE board lin Williams of directors., vice Dr.president H. Frank of WE ALSO HAVE Twenty Year of room CESS with an efficiency -

the University of Miami, will be HOUSES TO RENT Construction Experience apt. attached. Only

GUILD PLANSLUAU chairman of installation of the Guaranteed Satisfaction $12,500 total price.
new officers '

#" ,, ,," '##" " 'I'" BE SAFE NOT SORRY 'Lf& f1 L 7mmv .. -

A Polynesian evening of exotic Meet Your Friends at We can finance your auto- (!)@ We have over 500 homesto
delight is !being offered to mobile liability insuranceon select from. Call us dayor

Mlamlans by the Greater Miami LITTLE CAL'S small monthly paymentsGoodman's PL 1-3604 night.
Urban League Guild when they
present their 5th annual Guild 2955 N. W. !54th St. Miami PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th St.
O.net Lu-Au at Club Knight Real
Beat In the Sir John Hotel on 888 N.E. 79th St.
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Sunday evening, June 18 from 8 e -
p.m. to midnight. Estate & Insurance -- h. .
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Cold Beer and Wine
.A big evening of entertainment
Is being planned and stag- '. 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
ed by the well known duo of Hot Sandwiches "I HAVE HAPPINESS"A

Blanche..oyer. The Cal'oway bill will and feature Cherry top HAROLD YOUNGBLOOD, Prop. OX 1.0380Congratulations new appealing Gospel Song by Alexander Seymour

Miami Beach nite club'attrac ," ,," "- -,-.-"- -"--,-,-,-.- Price 25 cents a copy'

tions plus: a load of local talent --.......--..--....... . . ..- S MN+MMM (make payments by money orders)
and new faces In the field of Singers of Gospel Songs may get copies from their.
entertainment.
II agents or order direct from 'the publisher
Among thuBB reatured will be
Postage paid on all orders
Napoleon Reed, Slap and Happy, to
E'plse Foreman, Wally Futch, ,, ALEXANDER SEYMOUR
Myrtle Jones, Frank LeGree, All Graduatesof 318 'N.W. 10th Street Miami 36, Fla.
Bobby Marshall, the Nat Jones Jun17
Trio and acts from Clyde Kll- 1961 _. .
lens' Knight Beat and Ed .. --" .-.- --- ..
Cook's Fiesta Room. We are happy to serve -
Dancing the Hully Gully to two and is custom
you as our ,
and valuable door prizes
will bands finish the evening of fun. we give you 25% dis Announcing The Opening I
Tickets are $2.00 and can be secured count on all work.
from any Guild memberor '" <' Satisfaction Guaranteed OF ANOTHERFAMiLY
at the door. Miss Ann Lindsay
ticket chairman, and Mrs.
Is PHOTO
Maude K. Reid is chairman of HIC'KS CLINIC
affair.

In AppreciationMr STUDIO 7509 N.W. 22nd Ave. PL 9.8651

Phone NE 3-3106 I
: Arthur F. Scavella takes Other Location:
this opportunity to thank all + 2440 N.W. 60th St.
friends who exemplified deedsof 905 N.W. 2nd Ave.' FR 9.5769
kindness during his recent ill JAMES HICKS

ness, Arthur F 'Scave-lla .__.. . . . .M.MWN.. . .'I I . . ... Two Convenient Locations

Director: Dr. Emanuel Orfas -

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780 N.W. 47th Street $995 Down

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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA AGENTS, NAB 5 1 U1U.JIIU UJJL1IUm( Imr.JII'lfIL mil 1m'l'Ml'\WY\1rA"1I1'1\wOIJ"UIOII !

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SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961 I' PAGE 9 FOR MARIJUANAFour ;, \

Negroes and a white (
Kennedy Aide Says man were nabbed Wednesday, as iUity
undercover agents' smashed a .

gang of dope pushers after a. two ...WIfte. .
.
White Man is Problem month investigation. Two more -

I ; arrests Marijuana are expected valued at to $1,500 be made.is OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.,

said to have been purchased by

jive-talking agents. ,t
Neoro is Solution Identified is the alleged ring-
leader was William Marti a 31 NOW SHOWING I I
11. "", year-old Colombian of 1500 NW
>to, Attorney Frank D. Reeves, South" 79th St.. '"
special assistant ,on minority affairs Reeves observed that the Also arrested and charged vouu FliP' w' .:..:----::. ------ .'\' ;., I'

e. ", to President Kennedy, addressed three states which he called "the with selllnar narcotics were: | OVER Walt DJsNa",1...: J
some 600 persons at a last of the die-hard areas of racial Dorothy Jean Harris, 24, of 'M2 "J ,
meeting sponsored by the local discrimination" Alabama, 1535 NW 58th Terr., Apt. 9; ''ZANIEST THE 1be..J ;:"
branch of the NAACP Sunday Mississippi and South Carolina- Lena Marie Hllllard, 53, of 1335 COMEDypseth-m.Jq8 Y d '
afternoon at Greater Bethel are the states which are the low- NW First ct., Apt. 1; Norris t <
AME Church. est in the areas of civic progress. Nathaniel Hill I, 19, of 2021 NW IN t' ,, > .
65th St.; and Willie James Hie- ............ rofe ,
Negro in He said 1! "I:
"There is no problem "The South has paida nine, 22, of 2308 NW 75th St. }
the South," he said. "There is high price for the luxury of All were hooked in at Miami's
a white problem and, the Negrois segregation. It should 'begin to city jail and',, transferred to. the
the solution to that problem." benefit by making full use of Dade County Jail. to await bond.
the
Negro talents. 1.1
"Whites should realize that
they, too, are the victims of Reeves advised Negroes to Job OpportunitiesGreater
segregation," he told: the mixed "adopt a more robust attitude"on Miami Urban League, 1fSOLDFER

audience. civil rights matters. 305 NW FJrt"# St., II Allen
Wheatley Jr. \ vocational services L ,
The speaker was introduced *
Continued he "And
nc : many
secretary. I'l\one FH 10170.
white leaders are beginning to by Atty. G. E. Graves The Rev. Girl Scout Gimp (married oP
realize that Negro brains which I Thedford Johnson lifted the offering couple ad caretaker) FoRTUNE
devise effective non-violent demonstrations I
Sewage systam supervisor
which amount to $574.
also can be helpfulin Nurseryman I hens 20'CI'o'' ,.le
creating a cultural and eco- Father Theodore Gibson was Recreation center director II CINEMASCOPErotor :

nomic renaissance. for the I chairman for the occasion. I Field' InspectQ'rSalesman by DI tune
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Bonded Pays '$500 Rewardfor RITZ



THEATRE STARTS THURSDAY

Holdup ManA NOW SHOWING


(590 reward brought speedy Other Bonded collectors were "Elmer Gantry" BEN HUR
arrest for Lutherman Clark, a held up, robbed and beaten in Hurt Lancaster
holdup man who, on .April 15 the Liberty City area. ThLs forced j PLUS
and again on the 18th, held up the company to offer a reward
and robbed two Bonded Collec of $600 for information J "Apartment"Fred SLIGHT INCREASE IN ADMISSION

tion Agency collectors in the leading to the' arrest and conviction I MacMurray
downtown area. of anyone holding up a .
nnnw..n&t ..1Jil1JIl.1ji1l '1 Jr.lJII..\ml.ni11m P*fiftflffufllfflPair
Bonded collector, agent or of.

fice. .. ,.
Your Miami Times Judge Gene Williams found yy
Clark guilty on June 6 of two
On Sale HereDOWNTOWN holdups and sentenced him to 12
in prison. ",.
years
MIAMI Bonded Collection paid the re

Ramos Grocery 362 NW 14th 8t ward. The money still stands asa cIDek a \ Ioc
Economy Drug 1101 NW 3rd Ave. protection against crooks. : ;
Parks Sundries 1134 3rd Ave. Yoa cannot beat the M. and M. !
Berkley's 1201 NW 3rd Ave. combination of trained Manpower ,
Service Drug 1240 NW 3rd Ave. and Money. They will get you..
WaIk-Inn 1042 NW 2nd Ave. Other companies should offer
Harlem Drug 1400 NW 3r : Av. such rewards to protect their
Honey's 1522 NW 3rd Ave. agents and reduce the crime OPiks
I Is
Charles 340 NW 16th Terr. wave. !
Lenny's 1700 NW 3rd Avs
Arch's Mkt. 1700 NW 4th Ct.Jay" .
Drug 427 NW 20th St. pq! #>
SUnley's M kt. 1800 NW 4th Ct. Apartment Rentals ",
Myer's 675 NW 20th 8t ,",. ..f,

Dixie Drugs 595 NW 20th 8t Drop to $10Continued .. ,
Hillside, 1842 NW 6th Ave :

Eddie's Person'i Drugs 1501 801 NW NW 3rd 5th Ave.Ct. from page 1 ,,; :'})::, ,;t,: > '

Evan: 626 NW 3rd Ave. tlmate that there are more than ,;, \, .
Barkett 708 NW' 2nd Ave. 2,000 in the Negro areas. "
Barkett 600 NW 2nd Ave.F. There will be practically no
L. T. 714 NW 2nd Ave. further building in 'the Negro
Alex Sundries 715& 2nd Ave area until the demand picks up, 1 b
Harlem Sweet Shop 208 10th St. Kasow predicted. fT
Tucker's Qro. 1400 NW lit Ct The report did not say
Betty's 1526 NW let PI whether some way along the
Carrie's Oro. 155 NW 17th St. line, somebody had not broken
People's Drug 402 NW 8th 8t. the law of supply: and demand, +b
but some people have been : f'
LIBERTY CITY
thinking that way for more than "
Community Drug 6750 15th Ave. two years. S- j
Little Super Mkt. 5820 17th Avs.Bethel's .
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6828 NW 18th Ave. +

8mlth 6704 NW 18th Ave. ':(,<,
Newton's 6320 NW 18th Ave. UNITED .

Dallas 6700 NW 15th Ave. PERIODIC ,., 1Itdwele ndwels '
Liberty Beauty 6707 NW 15th Av.
Griffin's 6572 NW 15th Ave. It.VESVME
Bannister's 6290 NW 15th Ave.
Seymour' 1304 NW 62nd 8t PLANSoffer
Jsckson's 6000 NW 12th Av*.
Drake's 2101 NW 62nd 8t. Investment unitsin
you
Matthew' 6981 NW 15th Ave. multiples of $2,500 with
6804 NW 22 Avs.
Convenient
investments as low ss__
Phil's Store 6>68 NW 17th Ave.
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Thomas 2350 NW 75th 8t $125 Initially ..4
Lerner' 2090 NW 75th 8t ; r
Periodically .
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Frederick' 645 NW 62nd 8t $
18th Ave. Gro 6307 NW 18 Ave. Buds
You Invest 'in Butltrr,
Community Shoe Shins s arMs
6662 NW 15th Ave. United Accumulative I
J and J 1410 NW 62nd 8t Fund Sharesa .ILL. ea.r.l Sj Wayj
diversified, continuously
Lincoln Field. 2001 NW 62nd 8t.Scotty' with ;
mutu.llund
managed "
7501 NW 22nd Avs. /
Investments in over >
OPA LOCKA
100 American
Magnolia Sundries 14570 22 Ave. "a
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Miller1 15110 NW 22nd Avs. Corporations
Bunche Drug 2280 Bunche Dr.
David Lawrence Mr*.r wi='.M.ufiM.t"I"U M 15901 NW 20th Ave.IC THIS AMfUTHlMIKTWADDEU
& REID, aNt.JOliN' .
BROWNSVILLE A AN$ WU'B USCH.INC..ST.IOUW.KIWAIK a LOS> //WCUU r piAttJ i,TAAIfAAS
E. Me IXERNY
'8plc and Span 4801 NW 27th AvMeal's Box 1120 ADVERTISED ON' '
4825 NW 27th Avs. : ,
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Brownsville Drug 4634 27th Ave. CORAL GABLES, FLA. 1220 .
"", 4320 NW 27th Ave. AA"S .,).ffr'',
Elnora MAw '
'Tracy' 5010 NW 32nd Ave. aoastas.rrrr J t. W M B RADI'J'; :'
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f THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA GIRL SCOUTS TO Summer RatesAnnounced carefree advantages enjoyed by

many of the great stars who have
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961 I CAMP INLIBERTY by lived It up at this hotel, the

......- ---_.. -<- finest of its kind In the United
It Sir John Hotel States. Unlimited useof the

CITYEight "Luxurious living at sensible Olympic swimming pool, Its large
camp directors have prices" has been announced by recreational patio and sun deck,
TeensConference Uy PAUL II. WYCIIE JR. been appointed( by the Dade Sam Rabin, owner of the world 24 hour dining room, switchboard -
County Girl Scout Council, a famous Sir John Hotel. For the .service, and a prestige address
United Fund Agency, to direct first time, a new low weekly Is now in reach .,f every
the company program this sea rate of $18 per room Is offeredto one. Call FR 3.3381 for com
I permanent guests. plete Information.
son.More, than 4,000 Scouts and
non-Scouts will be served In the -
this activity beginning
community by
''I ,June 19. Interesting ac BARKUY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
tivities will be offered to all age
Hi teentimers, it's that time On the other hand, sensible groups and will ,include games!:, i
again. Let's start a new discus' parents and teachers circum cook out-of-doors, hiking, na Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
slon this week. Since ,school Is scribe steady dating with dire ture crafts, dramatics, folk danc
out there will probably be more warnings and dlflnlte rules. And ing, and Scouts' Own ceremon 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

of you going on dates. So, let's they give many weighty reasons ies. StiiDex Medicated .08
for the ,stand they take. So, Tweed Cologne $2.00
look into "Dating. Of local interest are the folLowing
.First, I would like to' congratulate what about it? What is the right Day Camp sites*. Countess Maritza New Yodora Cream 1.08

the seniors in our high thing to do? Ixora District Day Camp: The Toilet Water 2.00 Noxzema Lotion .57

schools who are graduating. In First of all, what is this dating camp site will be located at a Deep Magic SkinConditioner
all five high schools: Northwestern about which so many talk about public park site on 68th street .60 Artra Skin Cream .65

George W. Carver, Mays and so much noise is made? between 23rd and 24th aves. Jergens Lotion .54
Bleach and Glow
Booker T. Washington and North Looking through the diction- Mrs. Fredericka S. Drown will Cream .75 (with 1 Free Deodorant)
Dade.I ary, I could not find a definitionof be the camp director for Ixora
Cut Rate Prices
guess you will be looking dating ((1n ordinary diction' this summer. The camp day will The finest products at

forward to the summer. Lookingfor aries) that we ,get at the store. begin at 9:30: a.mand will closeat
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY- 8 A.M to 10 P.M.
Jobs, dating etc. ,wlll prob- If you look up the word in the 230: p.m. Thq,, fee for this.
ably be just some of the data on dictionary (there is such a camping experience will be $5.00 JOHN A. McMINN. Owner J.'f' .

your calendar for the summer.On word), you will read about for the eight days including in "' ..
last Friday evening, the fruit (an oblong, sweet, nourishing surance. The cam is also opento 't.
CYO of Holy Redeemer sponsored fruit, enclosing a single hard non-Scouts aqd friends of
a dance. At that dance It was seed), and about calendars (the the campers during the camping
decided that they would be heldon time of some event; a point of period. Camp will 'begin June 19
the first Friday of each time) and about other things I thru June 29.
month, 7:30: to 11:30: pm. Last equally dry and dusty and having Camp Choee Howlette in
Saturday afternoon the Teens nothing to do with boys and Richmond Heighjts A similar .
had a beach party. Everyone hada girls. You won't see a word about has been planned for
program
lotta fun, even though it was dating or dates in the only sense this site under the direction of
raining part of the afternoon. that interest some of us. Mrs. Rosetta Scott Harris. The i

With proms over, the every camp day will begin at 9:30: andas
day hassle to get to school on But, looking up definitions of
District the
in Ixora 1
campers
time over, I think a summer vacation dating in dictionaries is rather asked to bring
are a nO'Je.bag
will be welcomed by all. silly Every Intelligent teenager
lunch will
everyday.
Camp
knows that dating merely meansa
By the way, Wilbur Coleman begin 1O'20.Registration .
July
(former writer of Teens' Confer boy and a girl going out with for Iliese
ence, now a student at II o 1 y each other (having arranged the will be camps
"date" ahead of time) in orderto completed by telephoning
Rosary, La.) arrived last week. the Girl Scout office In the UF
see a movie or to take a walk.
and Anthony Gray (a Seminarian building
or by mailing the
camp
The Top Teenagers of the
at Divine Heart Seminary, in fee directly to the
office at :895
week chosen for their abilities
Indiana ) arrived on Monday of NW First St., Miami.To .
this week. Welcome home fel courtesy, friendliness, zeal and learn
lows! I other characteristics include: Ke- new skills, meet new
friends and
have fun
registernow
va Carey of Booker T. Washington -
One of our greatest problemsas I Theodls Felton of North for day camp.

teenagers Is the great prob- western High, Betty Gardiner of
lem of dating. It is a problem BTW, Margaret Hart of Mays,
because most boys and girls feel and Regina Jolllvette of North NEED MONEY
drawn into a regular program of western. ,,
dating once they have been es $25 to $600

tablished In their teens. We like Call PL
3653
to date. We may never have dat JESCA Day Camp "
ed before, now it's different. IDEAL LOAN li fow st wwot amts A uvitI d>GbatY"N

Dating takes on the aspect of Begins June 12Its 11Mw NAIItI 1UN MA1'a 10. Box 3457 F2 Savannah, Ga
something sweet like candy, 610S N.W. 7th Ave.

something desirable like vacation that _
glorious time of year. -.r J'
of a trip around the world. O
Time for camp! Register your
It is a problem because not boys and girls (ages 7.13)) with j
every girl can succeed in find I the James E. Scott Community For The Finest> Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call I
ing a date, and notevery boy Association for the most in Day
has nerve enough to ask for a camping.

date. There are the jealousies' Camp begins Monday, June 12
and tears and hard feelings that at Liberty Square Auditorium, BONDED
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follow on one girl getting all 4
6304 NW 14th ave. at 8 p.m. t.
the dates because she Is 'pretty The camp ie under the direc- p L Fd* k
and another girl getting no dates tion of an experienced staff and
(because she is the opposite. If will feature hot lunch
I swim' .
a boy is a star athlete and has ming, arts and crafts, cookouts,
good looks 'besides, the girls weekly trips. For fun and enjoy. COLLECTION LL
will probably flock around him
ment, as well as learning, thero
like bees on a flower. If a boyis will also be dancing, dramatics, .
small:!, wears thick glasses (I music, games and sports.
don't) and can't even ride a
'bicycle, he Is accepted by the FOB PRESCHOOLERS ;
girls only when there is nobodyelse AGENCY Inc.
available. This promotes Summer means funtl!!
torture of a very acute kind. And for th little brothers and ,

Nor is the torture abated by sisters ages 3-6, JESCA's pre
the confusion that is cast upon school camp offers the best. }
the subject of dating by our el- For the convenience of parentsthe The largest collection and rental

ders. The advanced guard, the hours remain 7:30: a.m. .
liberals, the lovelorn columnists 5 p.m. Transportation is provld agency in: the South; operating in

of some of our newspapers, and ed if needed. ,
pagans in general, see no harmin Regular camp activities are Dade and Broward Counties'
dating under almost any circumstances -I. planned: to meet the very, special
and at any time in needs and Interests of this age
life Many foolish mothers giveno group with snacks, hot lunch, and Negro Housing areas

opposition to their son and nap time as usual. L. L. BROOKS, President
daughter "going steady" as The camp site, the nursery
though they were in their twenties. -; school at Liberty Square, 6306 MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
In fact some of our parents : NW 14th ave. is ideal and pro
encourage: this kind of dating. vldes adequate indoor and 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND .

some parents are afraid that shady outdoor space. BROWARD COUNTIES ,
their beloved child will be left For further information about
aut of the teenage social groupIf these programs come to C amp ,
.steady dating is not permittedand headquarters or call PL 4.2326
encouraged. or PL 8-4791.
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Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor N. W. 68th St. and 16th Ave. | Rev. ?!t F. Clark, pastor

Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter S. S. and Bible Class . 2:00: '' Rev. J. E. Munroe, reporter

Sunday School . . 9:30 Divine services . . 3:00:
Morning Worship . 11:00: II This Sunday you and I will
Evening Worship . . 7:00: ReV: Bouman left on his vacation hear singing at its best, 8 p.m.
on Monday morning. Duringthe at St. Matthew's 361 NW 17th
It you didn't have any placeto time that he is out of town I St. The numbers 1, 2 and 3
worship Sunday, you should Rev. W. Plnnt will be In charge choirs, the Famous Echoes of
have joined us at St. Paul for a of the services. It you need to I ZLon, the mighty Southland
spiritual feast. After the morn contact him you may do so at Singers and Marlon Williams

Ing service, choir No. 2 sponsored MU 80312. will thrill your soul. Come earlyto held and the public is invited. '
a dinner sale: and they wishto get a seat, because there is no The Williams Brothers and -
thank everyone who partlcl The sermon for June 11 will admission charge. Sister Club will celebrate its Shown in the picture: Johnnie 0

pated. deal with the second command 19th anniversary on Sunday, James, president; Nelson Williams

The junior choir will celebrate ment. The sermon will also explain Our pastor was out again on June 11 at the Apostle Faith vice; Charles William,
Its anniversary certain parts of the Orderof Sunday, looking fine Church of Jesus, Ft. Lauderdale
Sundayat
Williams.
Alton Williams aud Sylvia
Elder B. J. Cobb atl:
3 p.m. and are Invited to Service that Is regularly usedin pastor
join them. Rev.you McNeal Harrisof our Sunday service. ST. MARY'S C. W. M. p.m. A special program will be .

St. James and congregationwill Rev. S. A. Culmer, pastor r
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.
worship with us Sunday Mr*. S. Dawkins, reporter
Church of The Open Door I ST. MARK PRIMITIVE
night. Don't forget quarterly P. W. Williams, pastor Sunday School . . 9:45
conference Friday night thru Mrs. Burnesta Green reporter Morning worship . 11:00: (Congregational) 1456- N.W. 53rd St.

Sunday. Please don't forget the Sunday School . . 9:30 Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. Sis. Sarah Williams, secretaryRev.
sick and shut Ins. Morning Worship . 11:00 Sunday School was opened by E. McNael, reporter F. L. Johnson, putor

BTU . . . . &:SO Miss Sherwin Brown and the Sunday School..................... .:30
BAHA'I FAITHThe Evening Worship . . 7:00 lewon: was reviewed by the Rev. The first group of four girls Morning Worship ................ 11:00:
H. V. Stuart. Next Sunday is I will leave Saturday for The Con Evening Worship ...... ............. ':30
Daha'is of Greater Miamiare The Men's Day Committee Is Banner Day and Miss Patrick gregation Christian Camp at B. T. U, .................................. 640
sponsoring a Race Amity sponsoring a barbecue sale Saturday Kelley will be in charge of the Avon Park. There will be 11 In
Day picnic to be held 3 to 6 p.m. evening at the home of school attendance this summer, goingat

Sunday, June 11 In the gardenof 'I Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan' 2020 The morning worship was led different times according to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. NW 63rd st. Deacon Floyd Da. by Rev. Stuart. The pastor had and grade groups. SEE THE SOUTH'S
Thomas Baumgartner, 14451 vie chairman. The public is Invited. charge of the testimonial ser age __:
NE 2nd court, North Miami. : vice, and everyone was spiritually Saturday, June 17 the men LEADING COLORED
bers of the church are having a
While racial tensions mount, The Young Matrons are sponsoring blessed. No. 1 choir furnished mammoth Pot Luck supper hon PSYCHIC READER
the a Lemon Squeeze at the music with Mrs. G. McFord at
Baha'is
second of
representing nearly oring the anniversary -CONSULT HER-
I home of Mrs. Evelyn Banks, the organ, and No. 2 ushers
every racial, religious and na our pastor and his wife startingat
tionality background, will gather 6110 NW 30th ave., Saturday served. six o'clock we will have an old 'k ,
this night beginning at 8:00.: Evening devotion was led by h
day, In every state of fashion family tablp spread sup
the Union, In amity and fellow the pastor. Both choirs furnished per on the lawn.
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN music under the direction of A.
ship. More than 100
years ago, Parks Friends and visitors are always
Baha'u'llah, Founder of the Carey, with. Miss Jennie
welcome at our 11 a.m. morning
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. Communionwas
Faith, proclaimed the principleof at the organ. Holy
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor administered. service.
the of o
oneness mankind. He I Sunday School . . 9:30 Visitors are always welcomeLet --- -- r I' y

said differences, "Close and your welcome eyes to racial Morning service . . 11:00 us visit our sick and shut-Ins. Token of ThanksNew

all with Evening service . . 7:00
the light of Mt. Morlah Baptist
Nestor Morales oneness., president of Wed. night study . .8:15 MT. HERMON A. M. E. Church observed its annual
Youth 7
Fellowship Friday p.m.
the .Greater Miami Chapter, Sunday School . . 9:30 Feminine Emphasis Day on May Let her years of experience guide
American Association for the The pator and members extend Morning Worship . 11:00 28. and protect you throughout lift

United Nations will be the condolences to Mrs. Nettle Evening Worship . . 7:00: The advertising committee and II a lighthouse guldt the ships In
guest ,speaker. The public is In Smith and family: rt the deathof Rev S. L. Gay, pastor church wish to thank each and a storm. For success In buslpeM
cited. her son Charles The funeral everyone who took a part and and love
service will be held at the The youth of Mt. Hermon last made the day a grand success. THE RUT. QET
SPIRITUAL BAPTIST church on Saturday, Juno, 1:00 4th Sunday were surely In their An extra token to the New Hope OUT DON'T NOW.STAY BY IN THE HELP OF
p.m. glory. They were in charge of choir and Greater Bethel Usher CAN HELP YOU
10250 S.W. 176th St. all of the services throughoutthe Board No.3, our speakers, Mrs.J GOD SHE
Perrine, Fla. Sunday nvornlm baptism and day. The Sunday morning Thomas and
Mr*. A. Range, Office Hours:
confirmation will be observed, was given by Miss who brought out theme in 9 9
On Sunday June 18 at our message our a.m. p.m.
and the children and youth will Dade
Yvonne Spotford of North their beautiful. We Thur. 0 to
so a.m.
morning service we will have &s have own way
charge of the evening program She is also
graduating class. were hoping that the entire MI-
Er. 7
our guest preacher the Rev in commemoration of p.m.
councilof
president of the student ami women would have been
nest Williams the progressive Children's Day. DAILY8unday
of New Bethel Baptist North Dade. She wo Intro there. So to all women, take time
Church pastor in Liberty City. Parents of our Sunday School duced by Francena Tynes, "Miss and let God be seen In your life.
children are invited to come to :
North Dade. Sis G. Garrett, chairman
Next Thursday, June 15 the the parent Sunday, School Teach Sis. R. Martin, Gen. Chair. 10 a.m. > 3 p.m.
pastor will deliver the devotional er's meeting to be held at the The messagw by Miss Spotfordwas Sis.! Evelyn Floyd, reporter
message over TV station chan church on Wednesday, June 14 an excellent one. READINQt1.00

nel 10 beginning at 7:30: a.m. at 8:15 p.m. A film, "The Living We are looking forward soon Mt. UP
The service will end 7:45 a.m. Word," will be, shown. to our church's dedication and Pleasant Methodist

cornerstone laying on June 25 2010 Lincoln Ave.
OAK GROVE BAPTIST We are making ready for Invitations are being preparedby Opa Lccka, Fla 28 Yean Experience

Father's Day, June 18, and the the Pioneers Club who will Sunday School..................... 10:00
1401 N.E. 152nd Terr. men of the church will be in be host. Morning worship ................ 11:00: MADAMHUNTER

Rev. W. Henderson, pastor charge for the day. Ed Reeves Evening worship .................... 7:30
is chairman of our Fatber'a Day BAPTIST
We welcome you to attend our MT. CALVARY
Sunday School and BTU convention I program. 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
which will convene at the I I Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor MIAMI TIMES ADS MIAMI, FLA.
TEMPLE BAPTIST Phyllis Myers, reporter
under the jurisdiction Don't Write
church working 11:00 -Call In P'rIIOn
Morning Service DON'T COST THEY PAY
of the great union association Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor Sunday School . .9:30
June 811. There will be Sunday School 9:30:

after services with a song festival Morning worship 11:00 Sunday morning we were hap -

Sunday. Dinner free. DTU 5:at py to have our pastor tellsubject Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller
Evening worship 7:00 the message. Ills was
ANTIOCH BAPTIST "The Power of God." Not a Rootman Not God Either But
Sunday, Children's Day, the At night he again deliveredthe
Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastor young people will have charge message, After service the JUST A GOD SENT MAN

M. T. Copeland, reporter of all services. An appropriate Lord's Supper was administered. Rev. Shepherd BogaetorsDo
Sunday Schcol ................ ..- 9:45 message will be delivered by the Next Sunday the deaconeesses
BTU ........................................... 5:30: Rev. I. Hepburn at the 11 a.m. and the Sunday School are havIng you har a problem?
Morning worship . 11:00 worship.The I a tea. This tea is in behalfof ,UulneM' Had, Marriage

Evening worship . . 7:00 Children's Day program the deacons on the third fvyti,: any"rte .Pulling, Can't win the manor
The Youth Day program of will be presented at 5 p.m. with Sunday in June, The tea will be woman love Itoen
the church will be held Sunday, Mrs A. Newbold and Mrs. V. at the home of MM Mary Jack you ,
June 11. Strachan in charge. Mrs. K. Trot son, 1130 NW 68th st. Crossed<< Need Money,

and t'e of Went Palm Beach, district We are happy to report that Everything Going Wrong
The president Dro. Ready president of the BTU and Sun Patricia Moseley Is out of the
the members of choir No. 2 say day School Convention of At- hospital. 1A* ,, Health Had? Can't Satisfy
thanks to all for helping themto also 1 f1*
anniversary. antic Coast Association will N 1jr: four Husband or Wife
successful
have a
be present CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
cordially Invited to Several features are being prepared Want a New Home or Car
You are
worship Christian Science Society, NW
Antioch Baptist Church Kin for the evening
the public Miami holds Its services every -
Graduation exercises which begins at 7:00. The ,
dergarten at 11 Booker T.
a.m.
Saturday June 10 at 6 p.m. Is Invited. Sunday ,
given v SEE ME TODAY
Testimonial
School.
Our sick and ahuMns are Sis. The Pulpit Aid Board, Mrs. M. Washington v
Marian Washington, Bro. Joe E. Stevens, president, will sponsor meetings are held once a month Never before In the historyof
Bryant and Sis. Lula Mae Gist. a tea Sunday, 3:30 p.m. at the last Wednesday In each Iflaml, have o many
Let us pray for and visit them. the home of Mrs. Eva Gibson, month at 8 p.m. Indt people been helped by this
1838 NW 5th place. Friends are "'
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP invited. MT. AARON BAPTIST great wonder man.

C340 N.W. 11th Ave. It costs nothing to
20th Street BAPTIST
220 N.W. ANTIOCH tl
Rev. C. W. Scott pastor
G. G. Fann, pastor In
Elder come and talk
Browder reporterWe Rev. O. W. Foster, putor Dea. Earl Colden, clerk II
Slater Mary to come, and Rachel B. Pratt, reporter) Sunday School ,...._._._... 9:31
invite you
Sunday School . . 1:30 Morning Worship ..... iltff
worship with tu.. . 10:00' Morning Worihlp . . 11:00 IrI'U .._.....____ 5:00 bZ7 N.W. yth :)t., Apt.. 1 FR 9-9138

Sunday School worship -. . 11:30 BTU . . . . ll Evening Worship ........ 7:00

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I GIRL SCOUTS TO Summer RatesAnnounced carefree advantages enjoyed by

t I. many of the great stars who hav
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961 CAMP INLIBERTY by lived it up at this hotel, the
kind in the Unite
I finest of its
_': p.M I.II Sir John Hotel States. Unlimited uae of the

CITYEight "Luxurious living at sensible Olympic swimming pool, its large;
camp directors have prices" has been announced by recreational patio and sun deck,
TeensConference lay PAUL II. WYCIIB JR. been appointed< by the Dade Sam Rabin, owner of the world 24 hour dining room, swltcn-
County Girl Scout Council, a famous Sir John Hotel. For the board service, and a prestige ad.
United Fund Agency, to direct first time, a new low weekly dress, is now in reach .')f every.
the company program this sea rate of $18 per room is offeredto one. Call FR 3.3381 for com
permanent guests. plete information.
j son.More, than 4,000 Scouts and

non-Scouts will be served in the -
.qae
1 community by this activity beginning

-.:.;.i II ,June 19. Interesting activities BARJOf Y'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
will be offered to all age
HI teentlniers, it's that time On the other hand, sensible groups and will .Include games,
again. Let's start a new discus parents and teachers circum cook out-of-doors, hiking, 'nature Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
slon this week. Since school Is scribe steady dating with dire crafts, dramatics, folk danc
out there will probably be more warnings and dlflnlte rules. And ing, and Scouts' Own ceremon 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

of you going on dates. So, let'a' they give many weighty reasons ies. Stri-Dex Medicated .08
Tweed Cologne $2.00
for the stand they take. So,
into
look "Dating.
the folLowing
Of local interest are
First, I would like '''to' congrat what about it? What is the right Day Camp sites*. Countess Maritza New Yodora Cream 1.08
ulate the seniors in our high thing to do? Toilet Water 2.00
Ixora District Day Camp: The Noxzema Lotion .57&
schools who are graduating. In First of all, what is this dating camp site will 'be located at a Deep. Magic SkinConditioner
all five high schools: Northwest- talk about Artra Skin Cream .05
about which so many public park site on 68th street .00
ern, George W. Carver, Mays, and so much noise is made between 23rd and 24th aves. Jergens Lotion .54:
Bleach and Glow
Booker T. Washington and North Looking through the dictionary Mrs. Fredericka S. Brown will Cream .75 (with 1 Free Deodorant)
Dade.I I could not find a definitionof be the director for Ixora Prices
camp
Cut Rate
guess you will be looking dating (in ordinary diction' this summer. The camp day will The finest products at
forward to the summer. Looking aries) that at the store.
get
we will closeat
begin at 9:30 a.mv and 10 P.M.
OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY- 8 A.M to
for 'Jobs, dating etc. will prob- If you look up the word in the 2:30: p.m. The,' fee for this.
ably 'be 'just some of the data on dictionary (there is such a camping experience will be $6.00 JOHN A. McM INN. Owner J,

your calendar for the summer.On word), you will read about for the eight days Including in ,, .. w'It......
last Friday evening, the fruit (an oblong, sweet, nourishing surance. The cam is also opento
CYO of Holy Redeemer sponsored fruit, enclosing a single hard non-Scouts aqd\ friends of
a dance At that dance it was seed), and about calendars (the the campers during the camping
decided that they would be heldon time of some event. ; a point of I period. Camp will begin June 19
the first Friday of each time) and about other things I thru June 29, ; ;
month, 7:30: to 11:30: p.m. Last equally dry and dusty and having I Camp Choee Howlette in
Saturday afternoon the Teens nothing to do with boys and Richmond Heights- A similar
had a beach party. Everyone hada girls. You won't see a word about has been planned for
program
lotta fun, even though it was dating or dates in the only sense this site under the direction of
raining part of the afternoon. that interest some of us. Mrs. Rosetta Scott Harris. The
With proms over, the everyday camp day will begin at 9:30 and
hassle to get to school on But, looking up definitions of in Ixora District the
as
camp
time over, I think a summer vacation dating in dictionaries is rather ers are asked to bring a noe.bag
will be welcomed by all. silly. Every Intelligent teenager lunch everyday. Camp will IN.iill1
knows that dating merely meansa
By the way, Wilbur Coleman begin July 1020.RegLstration .
boy and a girl going out with
(former writer of Teens' Confer for t these
ence, now a student at II o 1 y each other (having arranged the will be completed by camps
telephoning
"date" ahead of time) in orderto
Rosary, La.) arrived last week. the Girl Scout office in the UF
see a movie or to take a walk
and Anthony Gray (a Seminarian building or by mailing the
camp
The Top Teenagers of the
at Divine Heart in
Seminary,
fee directly to the
office
at :395:>
week chosen for their abilities
,
Indiana ) arrived on Monday of NW First St., Miami.
this week. Welcome home fel courtesy, friendliness, zeal and To learn skills
new meet new
lows! other characteristics Include: Ke
friends and have fun
registernow
va Carey of Booker T. Washington -
One of our greatest problemsas Theodis Felton of North for day camp. ,

teenagers is the great prob- western High, Betty Gardiner of
lem of dating. It is a problem BTW, Margaret Hart of Mays,
because most boys and girls feel and Regina Jollivette of North NEED MONEY
drawn into a regular program of western. ?
dating once they have been es $25 to $600

tablished in their teens. We like Call PL 8-3653
to date. We may never have dat JESCA Day Camp
ed before, now it's different. IDEAL LOAN M ran/ngist$U t wppgi 7a JS141YW t 1 lDBWMNIMtswKAfDTU
Dating takes on the aspect of Begins June 12 MATU -O-3ox 3457-F2 Savannah. Ga
something sweet like candy, 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
something desirable!
a trip around the like world.vacationof Its that glorious time of year. .. -- ...,.,. II
Time for camp! Register your J\
It is a problem because not boys and girls (ages 7.13)) with I
every girl can succeed,, In find. the James E. Scott Community For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates--Call
ing a date, and not very boy Association for the most in Day
has nerve enough to ask for a camping.

date. There are the Jealousiesand Camp begins Monday, June 12
tears and hard feelings that at Liberty Square Auditorium, BONDED
follow on one girl getting all 6304 NW 14th ave at 8 p.m.
the dates because she is 'pretty The camp is under the direc-
and another girl getting no dates tion of an experienced staff and Y A +
/because she Is the opposite If will feature hot lunch, swim.

a boy is a star. athlete and has ming, arts and crafts, cook-outs,
good looks besides, the girls weekly trips. For fun and enjoy' COLLECTION IHiiL1iAGENCY
will probably flock around him
m.ent, as well as learning, there
like bees on a flower. If a boyIs will also be dancing, dramatics, ;
small:!, wears thick glasses (I music, games and sports.
don't) and can't even ride a
'bicycle, he is accepted by the FOR PILE SCHOOLERS
girls only when there is nobody Inc.
else available. This promotes Summer means funtt!? _
torture of a very acute kind. And for th little brothers and ,

Nor is the torture abated by sisters ages 3-6, JESCA'a preschool
the confusion that is cast upon camp offers the best.
the subject' of dating 'by our el- For the convenience of parentsthe The largest collection and rental
the hours remain 7:30: a.m. .
ders. The advanced guard,
liberals, the lovelorn columnistsof 5pm. Transportation Is provld agency in: the South; operating in
some of our newspaper, and ed if needed. i
pagans in general, see no harmin Regular camp activities are Dade and Broward Counties'
dating under almost any cir planned to meet the very special
cumstances and at any time in needs and interests of this age
life. Many foolish mothers giveno group with snacks, hot lunch, and Negro Housing areas
opposition to their son and nap time as usual. L. L. BROOKS, President
daughter "going steady" as The camp site, the nursery
though they were in their twen school at Liberty Square, 6306 MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
ties. In fact some of our parents NW 14th ave. is ideal and pro-
10,000 HOUSING
encourage this kind of dating. vides adequate Indoor and UNITS IN DADE AND .

Some parents are afraid that shady outdoor space. BROWARD COUNTIES I
for further Information about
their beloved child will be left
aut of the teenage social groupif these programs come to C amp ,
steady dating is not permittedand headquarters or call PL 4.2326
encouraged. or PL 84791.

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Rev M. J. Fayson, pastor N. W. 68th St. and 16th Ave. | ?I. F. Clark, pastor

Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter S. S. and Bible Class . 2:00 I! Rev. J. E. Munroe, reporter

Sunday School . . 9:30 Divine services . . 3:00
Morning Worship . 11:00 This Sunday you and I will
Evening Worship . . 7:00 Rev: Bouman left on his vacation I hear singing at its best, 8 p.m.
on Monday morning. During at St. Matthew's, 361 NW 17th
If you didn't have any placeto the time that he is out of town i I St. The numbers 1, 2 and 3
'worship Sunday, you should Rev. W. Plnnt will be in charge choirs, the Famous Echoes of
have joined us at St. Paul for a of the services. If you need to I Zion, the. mighty Southland
spiritual feast. After the morn contact him you may do so at Singers and Marion Williams .......... ."-' ,,_. ""'ww "m. m._.... -. _....n 7 I

ing service, choir No. 2 sponsor MU 80312. will thrill your soul. Come earlyto The Williams Brothers and held and the public is invited.
ed a dinner sale and they wishto get a seat because there is no ,.
thank who partlcl The sermon for June 11 will admission charge. Sister Club will celebrate its Shown in the picture: Johnnie
pated. everyone deal with the .second command. 19th anniversary on Sunday, James, president; Nelson Williams

The junior choir will cele- ment. The sermon will also explain Our pastor was out again on June 11 at the Apostle Faith vice; Charles Williams,
Sunday looking fine. Church of Jesus Ft. Lauderdale,
certain ,
brate its anniversary Sundayat parts of the Orderof Alton Williams and Sylvia Wil
Service that Is regularly usedIn Elder B. J, Cobb, pastor at 2
3 and
Invited to
join p.m.them. Rev.you McNeal are Harris our Sunday service. ST. MARY'S C. W. M. p.m. A special program will be llama.

of St. James and congregationwill Rev. B. A. Culmer, pastor
ST. LUKE BAPTIST
worship with us Sunday lira. S. Dawkins, reporter I
PRIMITIVE
ST. MARK
Church of The Open Door
night. Don't forget quarterly Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Sunday School . . 9:46
conference Friday night thru Mrs. Burnesta Green reporter Morning worship . 11:00: (Congregational) 1466 N.W. 63rd St.

Sunday. Please don't forget the Sunday School . . 9:30 Rev. H C. McDowell, pastor Sis. Sarah Williams, secretary
sick and shut-ins. Morning Worship . 11:00 Sunday School was opened by A. E. McNael, reporter Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor

BTU . . . . 5:30 Miss Sherwin Brown and the Sunday School ..................... 1:30:
BAHA'I FAITHThe Evening Worship . . 7:00 lesson was reviewed by the Rev.H. The first group of four girls Morning Worship ................ 11:00:
V. Stuart. Next Sunday is I will leave Saturday for The Con Evening Worship .................... ':30
Daha'is of Greater Miamiare The Men's Day Committee is Banner Day and Miss Patrick gregation Christian Camp at B. T. U............................ 6:10:
sponsoring a Race Amity sponsoring a barbecue sale Saturday Kelley will be in charge of the Avon Park There will be 11 In
Day picnic to be held 3 to 6 p.m. evening at the home of school. attendance this summer, goingat

Sunday, June 11 in the gardenof Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, 2020 j The morning worship was led different times according to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. NW 63rd st. Deacon Floyd Davis by Rev. Stuart. The 'pastor had age and grade groups. SEE THE SOUTH'S
Thomas Daumgartner, 14451 chairman. The public is in- charge of the testimonial ser
June 17 the members LEADING COLORED
NE 2nd court, North Miami. vi ted. vice, and everyone was spiritually Saturday,
church having a
of the are
The Young Matrons are spon blessed No. 1 choir furnished PSYCHIC READER
While racial ,tensions! mount, mammoth Pot Luck supper honoring
Boring a Lemon Squeeze at the music with Mrs. G. McFord at of
the Baha'is representing nearly the second anniversary CONSULT HER-
home of Mrs. Evelyn Banks, the organ and No. 2 ushers
starting
every racial, religious and nationality our pastor and his wife
background, will gather 0110 NW 30th ave., Saturday served. at six o'clock we will have an old
this day, in every state of night beginning at 8:00.: Evening devotion was furnished led by fashion family table spread sup

the Union, in amity and fellow- the pastor. Both choirs per on the lawn.
ship. More than 100 years ago, GRACE PRESBYTERIAN music under the direction Jennie Parksat of A. Friends and visitors are always
Daha'u'llah, Founder of I Carey, with Miss '
the welcome at our 11 a.m. mornIng
6896 N.W. 14th Ave. Holy Communionwas
the organ.
Faith, proclaimed the
principleof Rev W. F. Savoy, pastor administered. service.
the
oneness of mankind. lie Sunday School . . 9:30: Visitors are always welcomeLet
said differences, "Close and your eyes to racial Morning service . . 11:00 us visit our sick and shut-Ins. Token of ThanksNew

welcome all with Evening service . . 7:00 --- Morlah
the light of Mt. Baptist
oneness. Wed. night . .8:15
of study : MT. HERMON A. M. E. Church observed its annual
Nestor Morales, president
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m.
theGreater Miami Chapter, Sunday School . . 9:30 Feminine Emphasis Day on May Let her years of experience guide
American Association for the The pastor and members extend Morning Worship . 11:00 28. and protect you throughout lift
United Nations, will be the condolences to Mrs. Nettle "Even-Ing Worship . .7:00: The advertising committee and I' I lighthouse guide the ships In
guest speaker. The public Is In Smith and family: rt the deathof Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor church wish to thank each and I storm. For lucctH In bUll"...
cited. her son, Charles The funeral everyone who took a part and and love.DON'T .
service will be held at the The youth of Mt. Hermon last made the day a grand success STAY IN THE RUT. GET
SPIRITUAL BAPTIST church on Saturday, Juno, 1:00: 4th Sunday were surely in their An extra token to the New Hope OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OP
p.m. glory. They were in charge of choir and Greater Bethel Usher GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU
10250 S.W. 176th St. all of the services throughoutthe Board No.3, our speakers, Mrs.J .
Perrine, Fla. Sunday mornln baptism and day. The Sunday morning Thomas and Mrs. A, Range, Office Hours:
confirmation will be observed, message was given by Miss who brought out our theme in 0 a.m. 9 p.m.
On Sunday June 18 at our and the children and will
youth Dade
Yvonne Spotford of North their own way so beautiful. We Thur.. 9 a.m. to
morning service we will have aj have charge of the
evening pro class. She is also
graduating were hoping that the entire MIami 7
the Rev. Er p.m.
guest preacher in
our gram commemoration of of the student councilof
president women would have been
nest Williams the progressive Children's DAILYSunday
Day.
North Dade. She was Intro' there. So to all women, take time
Bethel
pastor of New Baptist Parents of our Sunday School duced by Francena Tynes, "Miss and let God be seen in your life.
Church In Liberty City. children are invited to come to North Dade." Sis. G. Garrett, chairman :
Next Thursday, June 16 the the parent Sunday, School Teach Sis. R. Martin, Gen. Chair. 10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING .
pastor will deliver the devotional er's meeting to be held at the The messag by Miss Spotfordwas Sis Evelyn Floyd, reporter
message over TV station channel church on Wednesday, June 14 an excellent one.

10 beginning at 7:30: a.m. at 8:16: p.m. A film, 'The LivIng We are looking forward soon Mt. Pleasant Methodist $1.00 UP
The service will end 7:46 a.m. Word," will be shown. to our church's dedication and
cornerstone laying on June 25 2010 Lincoln Ave.
OAK GROVE BAPTIST We are making ready for Invitations are being preparedby Opa Lccka, Fla. 23 Years Experience

Father's Day, June 18, and the the Pioneers Club who will Sunday School ...............N..,.. 10:00
1401 N.E. 162nd Terr. men of the church will be in be host. Morning worship ................ 11:00: MADAMHUNTER
Rev. W. Henderson, pastor I charge for the day. Ed Reeves Evening worship .................... 7:30:
: is chairman of our Father's Day CALVARY BAPTIST
We welcome you to attend our MT.
I program. 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
School and BTU convention
Sunday which will convene at the Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor MIAMI TIMES ADS MIAMI, fiLA.Don't .
TEMPLE BAPTIST Myers, reporter
church working under the Juris Morning Phyllis Service . . 11:00 DON'T COST THEY PAY Writ*-Call In Person

diction of the great union association Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor Sunday School . 9:30
June 811. There will be Sunday School 9:30 I
after services with a song festi- Morning worship 11:00 Sunday morning we were hap

val Sunday. Dinner free BTU I:II the to have our pastor deliver Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller
Evening worship 7:00 message. His subject was
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. "The Power of God.". Not a Rootman Not God Either But

Sunday, Children's Day, the At night he again deliveredthe JUST A GOD SENT
MAN
J. W. Stepherson, pastorM. young people will have chargeof message., After service the

T. Copeland, reporter all services. An appropriate Lord's Supper was administered. Rev. Shepherd Bogaetora
Sunday Sch: BTU .......?................................ 5:30( Rev. I. Hepburn at the 11 a.m. and the Sunday School are haying Do you barn a problem
Morning worship . .11:00 worship. a tea. This tea is in behalfof ,JnsineM( Bad, Marriage

Evening worship . . 7:00 The ,Children's Day program the deacons on the third .% # Palling, Can't win the man
The Youth Day program of will be presented at 6 p.m. with Sunday In June. The tea will be Dr woman you love, Ileen
the church will be held Sunday, Mrs. A. Newbold and Mn. V. at the home of Mrs Mary Jack Groaned l Need
June 11. Strachan in charge. Mrs. K. Trot son, 1130 NW 68th st. Money

t'e of Went Palm Beach, district We are happy to report that {everything Going' Wrong
The president, Bro. Ready and president of the BTU and Sunday Patricia Moseley is out of the I
the members of choir No. 2 say School Convention of At hospital. Health Dad? Can't Satisfy

thanks to all for helping themto : ;antic Coast Association will also t"l4.J, lour Husband or Wife
have a successful anniversary be present. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE st
invited to Several features are being prepared Want New Home or Car?
You are cordially NW
Christian Science Society
the Antioch Graduation Baptist Church exercises Kin' which begins for the at evening 7:00. The public Miami, holds Its services every 5 -
dergarten Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T.
given Saturday June 10 at 6 p.m. Is. Invited. Testimonial SEE ME TODAY
M. School.
Board Mrs. Washington
,
81s Pulpit Aid
Our sick and .hut-ins are The
Marlah Washington, Bro. Joe E. Stevens, president, will sponsor meetings ire held once a month, Never before In the history
and Sis. Lula Mae Gist a tea Sunday, 3:30: p.m. at the last Wednesday in each of Miami, hare to many
Let Bryant us pray for and visit them. the home of Mrs. Eva Gibson, month at 8 p.m. indt people been helped by this
1838 NW 6th place. Friends are
wonder
great man.
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP invited. MT. AARON BAPTIST

9S40 N.W. 11th Ave. It costa nothing to
220 N.W. 20th Street ANTIOCH BAPTIST Her. C. W. Scott pastor
Elder O. O. Fann, pastor Golden clerk r- come in and talk{
reporterWe Rev O. W. Foster, pastor Dei. Earl ,
Sister Mary Browder, and Rachel B. Pratt, reporter Sunday School ........,........_... 8:31:
invite you to come Sunday School . . .:SO Morning Worship ..__.... 11KM FR 9-9138
worship with ilL 10:00' Moraine Worship . . 1s5 BTU ........................._....._ 8:00 bZ7 NW.11th St., Apt. 1

Sunday School worship. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11:30 BTU . . . . Bl Evening Worship .... ..._-.... 7:00
Morning Evening Worship . . 7:00 Proper meeting Tuesday 8:00
Evening worship . . 7:30



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lie Franklin "of 1406 NW 8th her sons, Wlllard, Roosevelt, IN MEMORIAMIn
'ave.:, Florida 'CitY died May 25. Granville and Chris Brice and a
was1 to Winter! niece, Mrs. Pressy Cleare of loving of
The body sent memory
JUNE 10 1961
SATURDAY ..
PAGE 12 Haven for final rites. Hollywood, FJa. Friends may .-
call at the funeral home after 1 -

j Mrs Almeta Green of 17830 p.m.. Sundays

Homestead Ct., Perrine, died
,. CARDSMEMORIALS :.May 26. in Jackson Hospital. She Infant Smith the stillborn
,; is"survived by her husband, I daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Henry
.
... Amos, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Smith of 1287 NW 58th Terr.,
.I Henry Smith, two brothers. Ser was buried June 8.
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe vices were conducted June 3 at

Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Per
KilledIn
family .of the late, ., family .of the late, rine., Miamian
MRS. JUANITA RIVERS MATILDA BUNCOMBE BURNS New York
JOHNSON who died on May 3,,washes to "express 2640 NW
Homer Davis, of
for the late
thanks and Funeral services
wishes to gratefully'aCknowledge our depest. appreciation 26. He
49th Terr., died May held
.' the kindnesses and sympathy to the many friends was sent to Eufalia, Ala. June 1 Thomas L. Anderson were
Its bereavement. and neighbors for kindness Monday afternoon at Temple
shown during survivedby 1R
for final rites. He is
Special thanks to Rev. Thedford shown us during our hours of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baptist Church, the M. S. Allen
s bereavement. Special thanks to Funeral Home directing.Mr. .
Johnson, St. John Baptist West Davis, two brothers, a sister
Church members and organizations Rev. I. C. Mlcklns of Mt. Olivette Anderson was killed in a
.
Ebenezer Methodist Baptist Church, Mother McDon train accident in Osslnlng, on
Club aId of Revival Center, Hills May. 31. The body was broughtto
Church, the Golden Age Rev. B. A. Mills, drowning. victim
Eastern 'Star No.4, St. Mark 68 Chapter No. 48 Order of Eastern 26 funerallzed Miami on Saturday.He .
on May was
members, Antlers Temple No. 39 Star, Pall Bearers No. 8, also June 3 at Mt. Sinai Baptist is survived,. by his wife,
of Elks, the Neighbors and the Range Funeral Home for ChuroTiPerrine.! His survivorsare Arlene, a brother, James, and

friends of. 1900 block of NW 6th their kind services. Thanks to his widow, Rebecca, three two sisters.

court and the many relativesand everyone for everything. May daughters, two sons and two r _.
other friends again, thanks God bless each and everyone of brothers .I"' : ; '-mt' -!M
GARDEN PLANTS .
't to everyone for everything. you. ARNOUD D, HUDSON

! Arthur Johnson, husbandMrs. Mrs. Victoria Hanna, Dght. George Bell of 1215 .NW 8th FOR SALE, whose passing occurred June 7,
Lucille Blunt, daughter Raymond Knowles, son
court, Florida City died May 29 1957. May his soul and the souls
George Burns, son He is survived by his wife, Laura At 1475 N.W. 67th St. of all the faithful departed rest

CARD OF THANKSLATE Mae, five daughters, three Phone OX 1-0547 in peace.
IN MEMORIAMIn sons, two brothers, two sisters. Sorrowfully missed and lov-
MRS. BESSIE DAVIS Services will be held June 10 at A. Kelly I ingly remembered by:

Words are inadequate to ex sad 'but loving memory of 330! p.m. at St. Matthews Holi Widow, Parents
.
press our. since feeling of gratitude our mother, grandmother, great ness Church. JunlO Sisters, Brothers

to the many friends and grandmother and mother-in-law,
associates who, in so many ways MATILDA JOHNSON Will' Beam of 627 NW 13th st.
helped to uplift us in our most who departed this life on June died May 31. Services are ten ''TUPTIIREDl

needy hours, through' your var- 5, 1950. tatively set for Monday at Mt. _, -
ious expressions. However, we May she rest in peace and Carmel Baptist Church A tailor, iWieTM.wi-Mh
take this method to say that "we light perpetual shine upon her. he had been a Miami resident for liwwi+

are profoundly grateful to eachof iMrs. Sarah Bethel, daughter 11 years. ... RICTAL ISIEN1M
you". for the many ways in Clarence Bethel, son-in-law
which you shared with us your And the Bethel Family Mrs. Maebell Littles died June
warm feelings" I 3. She is survived by a daughter,
---- --
Especially do we wish to thank Mrs. Debbie Ollff with whom she .
the pastor, Rev. S. A. Thomas, IN MEMORIAMIn lived at 5419 NW 24th ave., two '. ." -
the Deaconess and Deacon adopted daughters, 3 sons, two
Boards the Richardson Mortu loving memory of my darlIng adopted sons, six sisters, five

ary, The Miami Times, E. J. mother, brothers. Services will be conducted .
BUY HOME TODAY !a
A
Pieze, The Lily White, the Mar MRS. EMMA DAVIS I Saturday at 11 a.m. at
tin Family, the Neighbors' of who passed away 10 years ago I Antioch Baptist Church, Browns

55th, 66th and 57th. streets, the today, June 10, 1951. yule, Rev. J. W. Stephenson,
EAL Sycaps, as well as the many She gave me life's first lesson pastor. The body will lie in repose LOOK AT THESE .
'
others who we had no contact. She taught my heart to knowIn in the chapel from 1 p.m.

The Davis and Walthour those enraptured momentsOf Friday and in her home from FORD REALTY SPECIALS
Family. childhood's long_ ago 6:30 a.m. Saturday.


She schooled me in devotion, George Alvin Price, 1767 NW 7615 N.W. 14th Place ((3 bedrooms) $250 Down

IN MEMORIAMIn She trained my soul to dream, 62nd St., died June. He will be
Of days which held no sorrow, sent Friday to Ocala for final 2997 N.W. 64th Street (FHA terms) $59 Down

memory of our dear loving Of happiness supreme.O rites. He is survived by a daughter .
mother, grandmother and great a sister and two brothers 1036 N.W. 47th Terrace $64.90 Month,
grand mother, years baptised with blessings (A real clean home)
MRS. CAROLINE ELIZABETH 0 age of ecstasy Sedgwick Granvllle Roker,

RUSSELLwho Live on in all your splendorGod died in the V. A. Hospital June 1064 N.W. 75th St.' (home plus income) $450 Down
departed this world into bless her memory! 5. His survivors include his

eternity May 24, 1951. Sadly missed by your daughterMrs. mother, Mrs. Loretta Sands, a 4741 N.W. 10th Ave. ((3-bedroom CBS) $400 Down
It has been 11 years since God Cornelia M. Rentz, sister, Mrs. Mabel Bogfleld, two
took you home to rest. Savannah, Ga. brothers Albert and Phillip Ro

Soldier of Christ well done, ker., Services will be conducted .
Praise be thy new employ Saturday at 1:30 p.m. In the
And while eternal ages run chapel. He will lie in state in ---
We help with financing!
you
Rest in thy Saviour's Joy DEATHS the chapel from 3 p.m. Friday.
The voice of midnight came We are open Saturday and Sunday!

She stared 'up to hearA Robert Higgs of 100 NW 12th We have
mortal her over 200 others to choose from!
arrow pierced
st., died June 6. He is survivedby
frame, Francis . his wife, Dorothy, a child, a We will take your lot, acreage or old house in as
She fell ibut felt no fear
incom down
sister. Arrangements are a payment'FORD
Clark, Milton, George and
Edward Russell Mrs. Alice Hunter of 635 NW plete.
sons
1st court died June 2. Services
Elva Marie Roberts Green were held June 8 at Mt." Zion Charles Daniels of 425 NW REALTY Inc.
Oates Baptist Church in Homestead. 13th st., died June 6. His survivors
Mlzpah Survivors. Include four daughters, are his widow, Merline, ,
Annie Jones
Mrs. Nellie Ferguson, Mrs. Miriam mother,. three children, a brother -
Grace Toles, daughters 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559
McKenle, Mrs. Alice Jen and four sisters. Arrange'
Eddie Green, son-in-law
kins and Mrs. Rebecca Stubbs, ments are incomplete.Mrs. t
Joe Jones, son-in-law
Albertha Russell two sons Clifton Hunter and
daughter, in-law Willis hunter.Charles Roxie Evans of 800 NW

Key West,, Fla.. Maxwell Smith of 1338 ment 3rd ave.are, died Incomplete.Range. June .7. Arrange }.1 J}>1 1\ 1 f 1 > )h } ) FJf

NW 2nd ave., died June 4. Ser
IN MEMORIAMIn
vices will be held June 10 at 1

p.m. at Grace Presbyterian
sad, /tout loving memory ol Church. The body will lie in re ROOMSNEW

in the chapel Friday after-
pose
fit li k
noon.. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nomte Laster of 9846 NW
Mrs. Charlotte Smith, his pa 213th St., Goulds, died May 31.
and Mrs. Services will be held Saturdayat
rents, Mr. Timothy
Smith, two brothers, Ralph and 12 noon in the Church of The LOW, RATES
Living God, Pillar and Ground
sisters
Earl Harrington, two ,"
.of Truth. She Is
survived by her
Mrs Doris Newman and Mrs.
Arebella Anderson, a grand husband, John, two eons, Char.

mother, Mrs. Llllle .Days, a lie ,and Jerome Walton, three Per Week
grandfather, Charles Smith. daughters; Mesdames Amy Wal !
} \
i pda ton, Irene Fowler and Minister $7.00
b Pinkie Johnson; three step
Baby Boy Lattimore, son of And Up
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Latti daughters, a stepson, a sister
and a brother Friends call
may
more Of 2134 NW 6th ave, died at the funeral home. .... .----....
b May 31. Gravesides services on

June 6.House.
Lula Flunroy of 5163A
Mrs.
NW 27th.av., died June 7. She Also several apartments and efficienciesAt

of Albert had lived in Miami since 1953
and was a native of Buena Vista Low Rates

Mrs. Mary Lyles Parma, 2360 Ga. She was a member of
NW 58th St., died May 26. Her First Baptist Church of Browns'
survivors include her husband, ville, Rev E. P. Brown, pastor ....-.-....
Johnnie, four stepchildren, a Final rites will be held In Buena ,
sister, Mrs. Delores Braxton of VLsta Sunday.. She Is survived by
Tampa, a brother, Johnnie. her husband, Albert, two children SEE MANAGER IN ROOM 30 ..

Services were conducted May her father, a sister and her
MR. JAMES McKENZIEwho 30 at Greater Israel Bethel grandfather. Mrs. Flunroy is ,AT 241 N.W. 15th STREET r:

passed away on May 7, 1960. Baptist Church. now in repose at the Xuneraf (After 6 )
Sleep on dear one and take home. p.m.
your rest We love> you but God Willie Phillips Year old son

I loves you best. of Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Phillips Mrs. Harriett Brice, a former Or phone FR 3-8527 ..
Anna Curry, daughter of 550 NW 2nd at., died May 25. resident of Miami died June 7 In
Hattie Boyd, sister Chapel service was held May 29. Broowlyn. Requiem Mass will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ,- '
Agnes McBride, niece offered Monday at 10 a.m. in
1 grandson, two great grands Donna Franklin, 8 months old St. Francis Xavier Roman Cath
And wife I daughter of Sgt. and Mrs. Char- olic Church. She Is survived by 1





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NEW BETHEL THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I
:,
1671 N. W. 11th Terrace I SATURDAY JUNE 10 1961 -
THE BAHAMAS PAGE 13
,
Rev. Ernest Williams,: pastor r \ _

--;" -. c ,. '-. ..... ., L. L .. .._ __ _,. ">eaoon Fred Williams; reporter ..
=q H ___ Sunday Reboot > a\.'. ;. f>*0
i Morning worship ... . 11:00
ficiiir &
; ; (Dutten, Charles Waikine, 40, died on .
pad Mrs Stltta Outteii, graduated May 25 at the Princess Margaret Evening Service .,'>.o'r., 1.tO'

frqni i Chicago Technical ,College Hospital. :He fuse a native of Tire music on this, Sunday i; .. 1
with a bach lor's degree Jri Ackl1ns1,all cJ a popular1 barber' 6f be rendered by the No; 1' clot
electrical engineering. He wrote Wulff uoad.Van The pubUa welcome 'to all' ,our 1

articles for the school newspaper service j .. ,, .

while, her- was a student. vMr. buren Brown, Noel C6n"; ... '
Outten has returned home., He liffe, Alexander Jones, and Livingston
attended Western Senior in Neeley were found "
guiltyof H LPG WANTED
Nassau before he went to. Chi
manslaughter by a Supreme
cago. /: Court Jury on May 17i; The four
Subcontractor wanted.:
were charged with the murder
Daxon Hepburn, 98, died at by strangulation of 75-year-old Blueprints ,for quotations
Mangrove Cay, Andros on May Charles Alfred
Taylor, night 'available.
26. The Rev. 'W, G. McPhee flew watchman at Lowe's
Pharmacy,
from Nassau to attend the funeral on the night of
of his grandtather. The de. were sentenced Feb. 2122. They Sub-contractors SURE DEAL BEAUTY SALON FURNISHED ROOM in quiet .

ceased is survived by three prison with hard to pabor.12 years in 9201 N.W. 27th Ave. Come in and get good styles and I home. Cooking privileges NE
daughters and two tight curls. 45025. ,
sons, Includ- I
ing Commissioner Moses I. Hep The oourthouse was crowdedand 14201 S. Dixie 1 Highway 6830 N.W. 18th Ave.

burn at Mayaguana, 40 grandchildren there were more than 600 Rockdale jun24 FURNISHED ROOM, private en.,
and' 24 great. grand spectators standing outside. Sat. and Sun. 1 to 5 only trance and telephone, 1700 NW
children Help WantedSALES 58th St., OX 1-1877.

Charles H. Fisher, president
Constable David Ferguson was of the Bahamas Musicians' Union MEN or women. State- FURNISHED APT 2-bedroom
commended by a Supreme Court duplex. Adults. Will take a
recently attended the Founding wide builder needs sales-minded
jury on May 26 ,for: his alertness Congress for Entertainment persons experienced in building small baby. MU 10325, PL
in the arrest and conviction of Workers at San Jose, Costa Rica Private ,House field or real estate. Complete 1-1754, 729 NW 66th Terr.

George Whitfield on a charge of training program. No license re- BEAUTIFUL
stealing approximately $840 on ThanksI For Rent quired. Commissions with draw 1-bedroom apart
ment, Furnished or unfurnished.
Dec. 20. Whltefleld sentenced
was 9201 NW 27th ave. OX 18932.
to five years in prison at JunlO Large rooms, shady yard, quiet
hard labor.Ferguson. Mrs. Emma Mae Lamar wish For' No children, 1323 NW 68th Ter.
one couple
person or
to thank the Christian Hospital
will be 20 in Aug staff for their wonderful and WONDERFUL Opportunity a
ust and had been on the Polled profound service they renderedme furnished couple to serve as caretakers on
Force a Girl Scout Camp site. Rent and FOR SALE
only four weeeks at the during my recent Illness at
utilities in for
exchange living
time of arrest. the hospital Especially do
I 1371 NW 58th St. on the site. For further information
thank Dr. J. E. Hogan and Dr. HOUSE, by owner. bedroom
The Sixth Annual Cat Island N. Colston. May God ever bless call CE 51506 or CE home, tile bath, wall to wall
Regatta was conducted at them and give them wisdom and $14.00 A week 5-7496. carpet. Living} room, dining

Knowles, Cat Island on May 22. courage to carry on their work. room, kitchen and breakfast
Forty-one sloops and dinghies Again thanks to everyone for ATTENTION I Sub contractors room Garage apartment. Jalou
participated in the contest. The everything.Mrs from ground to roof. Please in flies and awnings all around.

16-foot Dora Lee, owned, jby E. M. Lamar quire 9201 NW 27th ave. to Reasonable down payment, one
Lafayette Dorsett of Stevenson, give estimate. Statewide build mortgage. 1611 NW 63rd st.
was the champion winner' Class B honors. Class A champ. Virgin. Jull CUSTOM BUILT CBS house,
ion was "Doreen", a 17-footer SALE saves commission Owner. W. R
owned --by Naaman Rolle of Old .The Usher's Union As ocla- JOB WANTED Qarnett 930 NW 47th Terr.
Bight and sailed by Walter Sey- lon Annual Tea will be held Located COLLEGE COED wants Job
Centrally
mour. June ,IB at 3 p.m. at the Dixie working in dress shop or office. 12-BF ROOM HOUSE. $79 down,
Park auditorium. A spicy pro 1421 N.W. 3rd Ave.A Has had experience as typUt. $79 a month. See 3114 NW 60thSt.
The new champions have taken gram Is being prepared by Mrs. Call OX 13802. OX 18371.
the crown from the seafaring Bertha Adderly and John Dun- Going B itineess for More
King family who held it for five
successive combo, guest speaker for the occasion Than 20 Years FOR RENT nOM}'). Nice 3-bedroom, 1 bath
years. will be Rev., L. A. Thompson $150 down. OX 1-8371,
Ills Excellency the Governorwas of Temple Baptist Church
$1,000 APARTMENT. Two bedrooms,
present and awarded the indf New gas for ;$30: twin '
(Members are asked to be out 4190 NW 32nd ave. range
trophies. The races are sponsored on time to welcome their gests. CASH, OR TERMSA bods completed for $15; Formica
by the Hon. H. G. Christieand The public is cordially invited FURNISHED APT., 1399 NW dinette set for $20 3450 NW
Godfrey Kelly, representatives Good Deal For The 55th St. PL 89717. 95th Bt. OX 17987.
for Cat Island in .the Houseof John Duncombe, chairman; ,
Hundreds of people Miss Dorothy Major reporter Right Person r
Assembly. ; 3-13EDROOM HOUSE. 1773V4 PRACTICE PIANO. Oood con
from other settlements went to David Hudson, president. For Information NW GIst St.2..JlEDROOM. dition. $60. 1621 NW 53rd St.
_.
Knowles' by cars, trucks and on -
bicycles and a plane carried Phone FR 3-0197 HOUSE. 1136 NW 944 NW 47th St. Three bed-

some from Nassau. RUGSALL 67th St.FURNISHED. rooms, 2 baths, Florida room,
extra large kitchen, 2 blocks
Anthony Farrington left Nassau Efficiency. Free from elementary school and

for London on May 23 to 9 x 12 RUGS" gas, water and electricity. 4190 Manor Park swimming pool.
join the personal staff of the Rt. NW 32nd ave. Indf $450 down. PL 85269.

lion. Lord Deaverbrook. Mr. WASHED CLEANED AND Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
Farrington was with the staff in FURNISHED ROOM with cook
Nassau, except for the past two 1986 NW 67th St.
desirable location ing facilities.
years, since 1952. Mrs. Farrington FLUFFED FOR ONLY Highly Phone NE 36203. TV NOT WORKING?
and their three children will near Manor Park Pool. 'Thisis
If you live in r Liberty City or
Join him later. $2.99 a must-see it:now. Owner UNFRNIS1IF.D HOUSE, NE i Brownsville we will repair your

gotag north, must,be sold 4.6660. TV on credit. Pay weekly Free
About 2,000 Anglicans assembled 9 -
estimate. Call OX 1-9426.. Indf
furnished CBS
: at Addlngton House Completely 'HOME 2-bedroom, 1 bath $18
,
'Gardens on May 23 in a service DYED FOR. ONLY $6.50 hardwood floors. One mort per week OX 18371.
of'hymns and prayers in preparation I I terms. Call
for the Diocesan Centenary Call Pll: 7.3775 gage. FHA now LOWEST RENT in town. 1 and SEE THE WORLD'S

celebration which begins on to see. 2 bedroom Ate. Adults only $5 GREAT SPIRITUAL

Nov. 24. 1331 N.W. 51st Terr. i week and up. 3200 NW 47th at

i I indf LEADER

PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUE' 1-DEDROOM APTS. Stove, re- AND PHYCHIC READER

AND LUNCHEONETTE End that search, reducedfor frlgerator, gas electricity, $18
per week. Pay one week move
quick sale. You simply BISHOP HUNTER
in OX 1837. only four digits)
402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874 must see this lovely 3bed. I
If >ou are sick or worried don't'aU
Store room CBS with space to FURNISHED Efficiency, lights to nee me today. Office hours
Drug
Bar-B.-Que
i spare. One mortgage, only and water free. Private entrance dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
811 NW 66th st PL 84273. 1 .m. to 0 Sunday 11 a.m.
p.m.
Specializing in prescriptions, Featuring breakfast, lunch $80.25, easy monthly pay I
patent medicines and sundries ar.J dinner. Old Hickory Barbecue with to U p.m.
ments. VERY NICE clean room
from 5
Open daily 0:30 a.m. 12 p.m. p.m. private entrance. Downtown FR KHADINCW

Fri., fiat, to too a.m. Open Pri. ,.& Sat. to 2:80 am 1-6767.

Satisfaction Guaranteed' Free Delivery Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. APARTMENT. One bedroom 'op..00

Sweet and lovely corner in 4190 NW 32nd ave. indf

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI: FLORIDA DUNBAR ELEMENTARYThe NewsBy I
OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M.
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the ETV
sixth grade,
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961 It.
program and the Day Nursery { 3-Bedroom 2 Baths
shared the spotlight for the ,
Walter Bowe
past two weeks. -- ... Split levels garages
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P! On June 6, from 6 to 8 p.m.
i 1 t -"This Is Your Life" took the The CWH Chamber of Com Florida rooms
meets Monday, June 12
merce
L present sixth graders from the Harmeur Inc. MO 8-3692
at 8:30 p.m. ,
first grade at Dunbar In 1955 to ,
,the present time. Going along -
with' the pupils were their teachers All Broward County Schools
closed on June 1 for the sum-
rp ; 148 children began here together
+ ; 26 others have entered 'mer
along to make up the total of tpt
D1yS 174. Music, appropriate for the The Boy Scouts of Carver
I grades was sung by the sixth Ranches, Troop 167, received
t? grade chorus. Peggy Andersonwas their charter last week. The Rev
# i a soloist, and duet numberswere I Ellis King and Godfrey Scavella
given by Joan Blair and I reported that the troop Is in good

David Kinsler and by Terry Hill standing.The .
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and Alfred Frederick. Teacher
t t tf guests included Mrs. Mamie great Carver Ranches

Strother and Mrs.. Verda Harrow Bears were lashed 11 to 0 Sun a
and Edna Deveaux. Letters were day June 4 in Opa Locka by the

f read from Mrs. C. M. Pearsalland Opa Locka Jets. Better beware,
I A sad but momentous farewell treasurer; Mrs. Ollle McQueen, Mrs. Harrison. Leroy Milton, Jets. The Bears are going to tip
a former pupils who Is now attending on next time. (smies.) '
up you
from the North Dade PTA to vice; Mrs. Cleo Braxton, record-
Mrs. Agnes McCoy marked the ng secretary and Mrs. Margaret BTW and his quintet t STRAIGHTENYOUR
sang popular numbers during The Bears will play the T-oyn-
end of four successful years of Newbold, parliamentarian.
the excellent guidance and en the social hour. ton Tigers June 11 at the Hal- : HAIR
work of and SOCIAL HELD landale City Park. Come out and t i
dearlng Mrs. McCoy "Around the World by Jet, a
her staff. After the official meeting of program ot scenes from six of see a good game. James Bruins,
the body, the entire group re- the year's ETV units, was offered manager. at HOME In one quick
final meeting of
At the
tired to the gymnasium where
to parents and friends on EASY APPLICATIONYou
the year on May 29 In the auditorium punch, chocolate cake and other Monday beginning at 7:30.: Mrs. CARD OP THANKS
Mrs. McCoy received "goodies" awaited them for re- ETV aide the have natural
Boyer, prepared soft
can
several organizationsand wish thank who
gifts from I to everyone
freshing. Highlighting the festive
script for this quick view of hair the
a looking, straight safe
for cards
friends In appreciation occasion was music by' the North was so kind In sending ,
fine work,
fine and meritorious service as Dade "Swing Band" which pro very year's flowers, donations, donated cars, easy SILKY STRATE way. Do
leader. Among her gifts was a vided a treat for both extremists An appreciation period arranged during the sickness and deathof it yourself at home and save
Life Membership Pin in the -the huly-gullyans and the two- by Mrs. Boyer was a my godmother, the late Geor- time and money. The easy.to-
I National Congress of The Colored toppers! pleasant surprise. glana Valdes: Rev. Gridgen, Rev. follow directions assure profes-
Parent-Teacher Association the officers Hooper and congregations, ,the sional-like results. Your hair
The social was given by Election of PTA was
which was given by the North band boosters. held during the brief business fraternal orders and Francis stays straight for months .

Dade faculty. Shown are officers posing with meeting. Officers are Leon Kelly, Funeral} Home and staff. May let you comb, dress or style

NEW PREY INSTALLED Principal Charles D. Wyche president; Henry Murray, vice; God bless you all. your hair any way you wish .
(center). Others are: Mrs. Ge Mrs. Norma Lawrence, secretary; Mrs. Anna Valdes Delavoe, godchildThe will not go back even when wet.

Anthony L. Simons, in coming nesta Sweeting, treasurer; Mrs. Mrs. Mary Finney, treasurer; Family FOR WOMEN and Chlldrtnt Cantle
president of the North Dade Ollle McQueen, vice; Mrs. Evergreen Mrs. Florence Taylor, financial Strength (for long,tine half.
chapter, was Installed, along Murphy, Mrs. Agnes McCoy secretary and Arthur Wilson,
with other members of the new outgoing president; Principal chaplain. A special tribute was FOR MINI Regular Strength tOt short;
PTA leadership by Mrs. Juanita Wyche, Anthony L. Simons, paid to Mrs. Cleare, retiring coarse hair,
Hamberry, assistant principalfor newly installed president; Mrs. treasurer II

guidance. Cleo Braxton, recording secretary -
held its
Other members of the staff Mrs. Margret Newbold, par The Day Nursery
are: Mrs. Genesta Sweeting, I liamentarian. graduation exercises on Tuesday
beginning 7 p.m. in the cafe-
torium. Thirty.five participatedon
the whose highlightwas
program
FLORAL HEIGHTSColors MAYS HIGHThe a playlet, "A Child's Garden" + .
which showed the daily activities WORN BY MORI N11.IN,y"T.,
!! of the rainbow worn by summer program of the RUPTURE SUFFERERS
pretty little ladies, and attrac school offers of of the nursery. Annette :.
a variety recreation comfort for reducible inguinal -
Amazing
tive suits worn ,by handsome activities, also includedwill Abrams, Cynthia Richardson; hernia. Strong, washable
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little gentlemen added spice to be reading serving, library, Samuel Robinson, Vickie Smith, Zbrm-mtlny, adjustable. Soft flat 1
the final meeting of the PTA. music, arts and crafts and typo Zelda Teate and Leslyn Thompson QUIRED ire-lnpad I For. NO men FITTING women children RE--
The fashion review was narrated ing. were honor pupils. M,95 right or left aide; $5.93
by Mrs. Georgia Thorpe and double. Look for? it on display 1MONEYBACK
Remember registration for
Claases will be held daily
Mrs. Eunice Thomas.An .
from 8-30: a.m. to 4:00 p.m. beginning the Summer Leisure Time pro HARLEM DRUG CO. GUARANTEEIn
impressive installation June 19 through July 28. gram will be held on Monday, 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Fla. every package
service was conducted by the Parents are urged to encourage June 19 at 8 a.m.

Rev. Ellsha Clarke.: The newly their youngsters tu attend. .
elected officers for the term are: Nelson L. Bethel is principalfor ,

president, Mrs. Marie Hutt; vice, this summer program. CAN TOO MUCH BE DONE
Mrs. Rudolph Marks; secretary,
Mrs. Thelma Holmes; assistant, '1.
D. T. Dodd Jr,; treasurer, O. W. Enroll Your Child Now FOR
Kilpatrick; chaplain, Mrs. D.
Hardie, and Mrs. H, Sanders; "Adventure in the Arts" Fr. Theodore Gibson

and reporter, Mrs. A. Caldwell.The Fine Arts Conservatory 1. .

Kilpatrlch Scholarship (Carver YMCA) AND THE NAACP?

Award was given to Miss Veron June 17 August 1 aurns

ica Elaine Gibson, for maintaining Music Dance Art The Crusaders say tVP
a high average throughout OR
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token of appreciation w a i
presented to Mrs. Grace Albert,
principal, by the parents.

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A pleasant summer It wished OCT AN ENTIRELY NEW
each of you by the Floral tEMANUFAOTURED Mold i

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ELEMENTARY NO MONEY DOWN !

Approximately 126 grade pupils -
received their promotion

certificates Thursday, during 24 MONTHS TO PAY <>,'
their Promotion Assembly. Many ,
parents and friends were presentto
witness this assembly. Teach 1 DAY SERVICE: I

ers of the sixth grade include,
Mrs Melba James chairman
Mrs. Alese Reed, Miss Doris; Price start at $99. 10,000 mile CJuar nte.. AH work ''

Farmer and Willie Wright. ...pleted I la OB.T factory ycu pay no middleman's!

Miss Farmer is now a patientin I I'
Jackson Hospital Co-workers Future Nurses nursing metnofls.(
ESTIMATE
"The FREE !
are wishing for her a most An Important scene,
Capture North Christian Era" showed the In
speedy recovery
fuence of Christianity: to the k ,
Once again the school will offer Dade AudienceThe growth of nursing. RmI aI[ JI
a summer recreational pro Pupils from a physical education ,
gram for school age children. Future Nurses of America class and other classes par- ..u '
F This program, under the super Club of North Dade High School ticipated.A use OP OUR PICK UP ANDDELIVERY

vision of Mrs. Gloria M. Murry, emphasized the accent on hlglight of the program was INJ..U.RIN .
Mr. Thomas Jones, and Mr. achievement and Information the Informative remarks by the -
Frank Woodard will begin June through the recent assembly dynamic principal, Charles D. Nom"T
19 with registration beginning. program 'presentation of "Nurs Wyche. :
at 8:30 a.m. Children attending : ing From Stone Age to Missile Yvonne Gabriel, president; iNCa
will have an opportunity of enjoying Ase. This original skit portrayed Sarah Harvin, secretary; Yvonne EXG\U\NGE\ ,
a full recreational pro the evolution of nursing. In. Spotford, narrator; Mrs. Mae B.
gram as well as a program in. teresting and unusual facts from Clark, sponsor. l m010R NvEZ6th
eluding arts and crafts. We'll be the pages of history were brought Scene VI modern trends In KA1'ON AVE oX 1.2.2.61HAPPENNGS
looking forward to seeing you on to the appreciative audience.The nursing from the skit "From 1400 N.W Phone
the playgrounds. Initial Impressive scene, Stone Age to Missile Age." ,111. I
The Early Stone Age" depicted Pupils demonstrate knowledge, to 1\00 p'
Walter C. Cogdell, principal, primitive man's struggle for sur- efficiency, and interest in patient 1\30 a.m
Elliott J. ScaveUa, reporter. vival including the first primitive *. Open ,I


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SOCIAL.SBCURITY
SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961 PAGE' 15

SPORTS WORLD OVERBy tf .

Sunlight ChatterBox Let us Keep Climbing." Participating .
LEO 0. ARMBRI&TER --- > were Mrs. Eagle, class .
'- president, as mistress of cere- 1
# A) L rw..wr-r._ ..., mony. Opening song" Lift Every
LL FETK AND ENTERTAIN Voice and Sing. Scripture and
Several students from Sun prayer. Miss Shine Darling.:
t MroN'go1tl j I Nine out of ten! workers are light School of Beauty Culture Solo, Miss Bostic. The class
covered by social / ecurlty. Theyare took the State Board examina prophecy, Miss Price. Class Will,
This cdiurrin was privileged Everyone who ctfn bowl will paying social security taxesto tion was held at Northwestern Mrs. Eagles. Farewell remarksby
last week tb introduce be given a chance to participate buildup retirement and disability Senior High School. 7007 NW the class Remarks D. A.
of two ydung men that blossdm8d and bowl with some of the pros benefits for themselvesand 12th ave. Those students were: Julius. Closing song, "A Perfect
Into the most wonderful opportunity )t the country. High prizes will their families. This protection Mrs. Janette V. Coxe, West Day", After program refresh
.fdr oUr young boys add add to the interest of the average provides a basis for retire Palm Beach; Miss Mary Price, ments were served.
girls -. Indeed "Looklfag The bowler. Practice now and ment planning. Many people, Ft. Pierce; Mrs. Agnes Frazier,
pbrts _Wbrld Dyer" was happy bowl when thebpportuity- comes<< however, don't know just what Belle Glade; Mrs. Mallle Parks, Mrs Ella Moncur, hair stylist,
over the favorable response In your way. they are buying and what they Stuart; Miss Catherine Bostic, is attending the New York State
which this small effort was accepted should do to make, sure they get Miami;, Mrs. Rosa Young, Miami; Conference. She Ls doing a aeries
but never did we suspect The Mixed League of the Mi full benefits, says Edward P. Miss Carrie Scott, Miami. of demonstrations in several
what store! of Joy was being8ectire Lanes is in Mil swing now. Rol. Blonston, manager of the Miami The next examination will be states including the Carolinas
for us by these y ung- ling at a steady pace are! North Social Security District of Sept. 14. Pennsylvania and Maryland. 'Mrs.
fliers! who were so appreciative 2. Karlllon Beauty Salem fice. Moncud is .an instructor at Sun
pf the things done for them and 1. Kathy'a Basically, social security Is intended The farewell program sponsored light.
thE wanted recognition they 3. Earl Edge to replace part of the earnings by the seniors of Sunlightwas
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Were deceiving. EAL Wednesday afternoon ...
4. Golden Falcons a worker loses when he retires held on
5. Mighty Moet I or becomes disabled. It also The theme of the programwas
To show their appreciation together 6. Cecil's Radio and TV provides payments to replace partof I "Success Is At The Top, TAXES TROUBLETalk
with their team captainsand 7. Zipha Bryant the family Income that is lost
all those officiating in their 8. TAL Sliver Falcon when a worker dies. It is not intended With
leadership, a deluxe banquet was 9. Royal Drlve-.Inn that social security bene security benefits are Intended tore
given with a very Interesting 10. Spare Masters fits .should completely replace all place only a part of the earn The Taylors
program honoring and thankingthe High individual game: James lost earnings. Such a plan would ings lost at retirement, paymentsare
sponsors, the program itself Mitchum 202; N. Johnson 193; not he acceptable because it would sometimes 'possible even thoa
was a highlight, Inasmuch as J. Lee 191. High individual 3- cost too much. The taxes that worker continues to work. Don't FR 9.1703
the youth were in complete com- game: Earl Edge 537; A. Bea- would be required to support take a chance on losing benefits
mand, making one wonder which son 521; Dennis Peak 607. such a plan would be so burden. that are rightfully yours. Check 1454 N.W. 3rd Ave.
held the higher priority, the some that they would outweighthe with your social security office
opera, the philharmonic, the LeJEUXE COURSE OPENS advantages. Social security
pulpit or the baseball diamond.So JUNE 15Golfers I
does, however, provide a "floor,"
varied was the talent that who drive straightwill a basic family Income protection

that high they as displayed the kids emotionsran have a chance to show their for those who have retired, for JACKSON'S TODDLE INN
themselves in their expressed prowess at the new LeJeune those who are no longer able to
own quiver work because of disability, and
Golf Course which is opening
ing words how
grateful they for the ANNOUNCES
families of workers who
the
under
June 15
were for the opportunity they Thursday, die.
are being given by these thought. managership of Woody Laugh- .
inghouse, erstwhile' manager of Mr. Blonston points out that
ful adults to get to know one GRADUATION EXERCISES
there four times when
are you
the Miami Spring Course. This
another, to play, and learn to
is a nine hole: layout at present, should lee your social security
live
together
as It demanded, one of for us by the God.other but already work has startedfor office. This will protect your social Friday Night, June 16, 7:30At
the extension to 18 holes. security rights and help your
POITIER TO STAGE BODY. social security office to .serve you Bethune Elementary School, 2900 N.W. 43rd St.

BEAUTIFUL SHOW better
CruiseThe
Moonlight First, you should ,be sure to .
Zeke Poltter has given a pre Moonlight Cruise being visit your social security office
view of a wonderful show he sponsored under the auspices of when you reach retirement age SUMMER SESSION
will be staging at the North- Liberty Temple' No 724 for May 62 for women, 65 for men You
western auditorium July 18. 26 was postponed to June 10. should do this even though you June 19th through July 211t
Dreamboat leaves pier 10, City I plan to continue working Many
Poltier, instructor of the Intricate Yacht Basin, Saturday night at I people think that they cannot re- Grades Kindergarten thru 7th
techniques of body buildIng 8 o'clock celve social security benefits It
at his Opa Locka Health Mae Tucker, daughter ruler. they keep on working. This is Registration for summer session June 3, 4 and 5
'Club Is generally classified as Don't forget the date, June 10. not necessarily true. Since social
working with male clientele only, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
but this is a falsity, because he
has brought' out Um natural at I HOLIDAY ON ICE OPENS TONIGHT .
tributes In many of. the female
set. FEE $7.00 PER WEEK

His previous promotions and 3038 N.W. 48th Terr. NE 4-4308
presentations of his art have all
been acclaimed highly, and he
hopes this latest attraction of
Miss Dody Beautiful! and Mr. &X&3S?& .&
Physique contest will follow the
same trend.

Many sponsors are needed so
t, '
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all those who are interested in 4 !
the sponsorship of these fine ,
people may contact Poltier ,
young
*ir ( _
at his Opa Lockt Health Club.

NO BIG LEAflUE FOR; MIAMI

Triple A baseball bypassed ,
Miami again. It is evident that
Miami has done too much harmto
its chances in the past and '; r rr
now cannot get out of the mireit
has buried itself in.

MIAMI TO BE BIG BOWLING

CENTER

Dowlers! Alert yourselves for
a lot of action In Miami come
next January. All attention will .
be focused on this area when

the National Bowline Congress .
:brings its championship contest vr'f .
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IF IT'S FLOWERS The precision-pair skating of Jinx Clark and Tommy :.4' "\ ';-' ..:i'! t': ., ,

You're thinking of, call us Collins is featured in Holiday on Ice of 1961 coming to "..,.11 ,,,.. ,

We can help you with any of the Miami Beach Convention Hall for a 17-day engage i 'P. ::. I'""t.7'r'.t .
jour flower ()((,AAlonsPerry's ment starting Friday, June 16. Opening night is a'bene- t l ;... '.Uj( .

fit for the Dade County Unit of The American Cancer HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMAND
Society. Tickets now on sale at all Sears Stores and at
the Convention Hall AT CLYDE KILLENS' KNIGHT BEAT

FRI. SAT. SUN. JUNE 9-10-11
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Allen Alice Quell' The
The 16th and greatest Holidayon Tommy ",
Ice, with a cast of 83 Inter- LeMacs, Ray Dalmer and many,
national skating greats and 22 many others. Lovely .
all new and fast-paced acts opensin New faces Include the German
Miami Beach on Friday, Juno Speed Skating Champion, Werner
16 for a 17-day run thru Sun'1y Muller and the great pantomime MARIE KNIGHT
July 2 at the spacious Con- 'I comics, Buddy and Daddy
ventfon Hall. Barbara Garrison and Renate
The Morris Cbalfen spectacular Muller bring new beauty to the
blends fantasy, ballet comedy Ice as they make their local de Sensationalist song stylist, who was held over at
Florist folk-dancing, precision but. the Knight Beat Club of Sir John Hotel corner N.W.
novelty and championship sqlo Holiday on Ice is fast, fun and
6th St. and 3rd Ave. 3 nights Friday Saturday Sunday -
1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue routines into a real cool hunk of fantastic and above all it Is a ,
Phone FR 4.1205 entertainment on ice. family show Tickets are now on June 9. 10 11.
More! Than 80 Tram Many of your favorites are sale at all Sears Stores and the Admission Friday $1.00 Saturday $1.25 Sun. $1.00
back Including South Florida'sown Convention Hall In Miami Beach.
of Satisfying Service Dorothy Ooos, Jinx CM irk, Plan now to see Holldry on Ice Direct from Diplomat Hotel, Miami Beach
REMEMBER FATHER'S Alfredo Mendoza and Paul An of 1961, Friday, June 16 thru TABLES FREE
DAY JUNE 18 dre. There's the wonderful TV11- I Sunday, July 2 at thr Convention
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:1 THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI FLORIDA At BTW Reunion v owned Bowden Course be, open
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PAGE 16SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1961 to race. &.

!j( 3 Miami Families i Named ,Macon, with a population ,of
128,000, Is Georgia's third largest -
I*" Lula Reed ,to Appear at Knight Beat I city.

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\\j'' \t.. +9 shining highlight of the annual R1ilyNION BALL FRIDAYThe

i. alumni reunion program apnual reunion ball will FOR SALE
the Booker T
by
,! sponsored
be held tonight at 10 o'clock at
School Alumni
Washington High
the Harlem} Square. A large i
Association last Tuesday after-
J.. crowd is expected to attend the Brand 3-bedroom
: r noon In the ,school's auditoriumwas ,new CES( ,
affair.
the naming and presentationof large rooms, all rear jalou-
"" certificates of commendationsto sied Florida room,. builtinoven
: ,' ; the Parents of the Year. MACON GA. and 19" TV
.. range
,\ Three sets of parents earned this
'ftj. coveted award: Mr. and Mrs. set, carport. Beauty. See
r'L ,1I Arthur Scavella of 7134 ',NW MIXES GOLFC01.RSES Sunday ,2.6 p.m. only. One
3+ 15th Court, who are parents of mortgage. No closing costs.
seven children, .six of whom have
already finished high school and 1941 N.W. 153rd STREET
\ the seventh will graduate from Opa Locka
I i MACON, Oa. The Board of
Northwestern High on Monday. Aldermen has voted to volun Only $695 Down
L LL'P Mrs. Grace Finley and the late tarily desegregate Macon's mu-
Chester Finley of 1922 NW 55th nicipal golf course the first .
a ,r at, who aro parents of six child .public facility to'be integratedIn
the city's 138 years of exis!
ren five of whom have finish $195 Down
d ed high school and the sixth will tence.
graduate Friday from BTW. $65 MONTH
following a
The action came
t r sY And Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Camp' petition filed April 4 in behalf Move right in. Only one
i bell of 1510 NW 59th St., who mortgage to pay. 2-bedroom
/ ___ are parents of five four of Brown Sub. No closing.
_
I __ whom have finished and the Gingham Dress costs. .
fifth will graduate this Friday. -
In order to receive this special Ball e
award, parents must have a min'
\I Following along' in the "Pa- imum of four children and all The Miami Hostess. Club will Beautiful 3-bedroom CBS
rade of Stars' t19has} been Trip to NassauNew most finish high school. However present a Gingham Dress Ball on
two of America's, for name art the children do not necessarily Wednesday night, June 12 at fenced yard, carport many
! ists appear in I';.person at the famous Providence Court No. have to graduate from the Knight Beat Club, 276 NW extra features. FHA. Onlyone
I J 4 Knight peat Club, will be 129 Heroines of Jericho will Hooker T.Eugene. 6th st. Music by Frank DuBoLse mortgage to pay at
.award "A trip to Nassau" to the from :10 until 2. Tables free.
I the glamorous LID,. Reed. MISS Gray( a member of Admission 125. $895 down. Includes closing
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chosen Saturday July
person this year's graduating class was costs. See it.
the weekend of
Reed appears on 1101 NW 61st St. You
8 p.m. named the Winner of the Alum Mrs. Maebell Moss is presidentand
,June 15, starting her engage don't have to ""be present to win. ni's scholarship award for this Mr. Christine. Parham is -_- ----
t ment on that Thursday night. Donation 50 cents. I year. I secretary.. ---

L Lula will be remembered as ------- $500 Down
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.. :the featured vocalist. with Son -
; ny "Long Gone" Thompson and New Bargains! MIAMI CONTINENTAL MODELSPRESENT Buys this very lovely home.
who, like so many talented others 2-bedroom CBS, corner lot.
is now a single, starring on MAKE OFFER Includes stove refrigeratorand
her own. Her Federal Recordings ,
of "I Got a Nation" and Open 3.5 p.m. washing machine, FHA.
"Anything to Say You're Mine" Deal. Fenced in, close to
have hit the top of the charts Down Payment: "Fashions In Rainbow"Sunday NW 12th ave. and NW
and Lula has played all of the
top night spots. Your Lot or Home 52nd St. Hurry! Will sell

Due to a previous commitment 1430 N.W. 59th St. fast!

I Lula will appear only on 3-bedroom, 2 baths, garage, June 11 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday
nights, the 15.17 of June. oak floors, built-in electric
kitchen, Florida room. FIESTA ROOM MARY ELIZABETH HOTELSee Fair
In the meantime, Clyde Killens RealtyFor

remain has persuaded over. That Marie old Knight phrase to, 1232 N.W. 55th St. the top male and female models of Miami .
Fair Deals
"Returned been by overworked Popular Demand"has many 1426 N.W. 58th Terr. Display the latest in Fashions 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave.

times before in the past, but in
this instance, pressure from the -0- Entertainment Guest Stars II Donation $1.50 PL 7.1645
public, from the hundreds of
wonderful comments and from BARON JE 8.1340
the numerous. phone calls received
praising the lovely and NO MONEY DOWNWe
talented Marie Knight left no ..d 7\ 7\I7'1t'T7Wt7\ 7'\Y1t7W. & 17''rtrn7tt7'7'..:... '.\m7\7';. uu' 7'\T'mu lItu Ull'C J..
doubt that she is the 'greatest". build on your lot u1--

If Marie you, give haven't yourself already a treat"dug"and Cash paid for your lot =u;; The Opportunity You've Waited'' For %

make it to the Knight Beat this u.uS .
weekend. 1-- .. 11; Is NOW ours-In BeautifulESTATES uS

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NEWS REALTY l "DRIVB SOUTH ON U.S. 1; turn right at sign showing entrance to Everglades National

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4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4.0655J ;lt entrance to Everglade National Park); turn right at road to Gamp EYergJAdNU I

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