The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00257
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 18, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00257

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Judge'Brains'of City Manager M. L. Reese-
Thursday overruled Miami's Clr-
II Service Board and found three
white policemen guilty of man

Robbery. Gang ? handling dant, a Negro garage atten'

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Reese; ordered O :'William:.
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I George'. L. Jackman" ,- former ) The: Negrbes.tfere'.representedby J; --Kennabactu8 dor'heating -

.nunlclpal_ judge. this week Jackman in several robbery James Rogers on Jan. '16, suspended
pleaded- innocent to" mastermindtug I; cases. Johnny WlKlams John from the force for 1:0
the $11,000 Riverside Laun- Ashley and Willie Holley-three days.
More than 400 Miami Area Easter llllles made by the handicapped
try robbery which took place of them, accused in the robbery Officer D. J. Shannon, charged -
gasoline dealers will donate 2 of the Crippled Child: .
June 12, 1059. -have been -brought ,back from with failing to prevent Ken-
cents one ach sell .
gallon they ren's Society.Awarded
Ralford Prison where they are nah from beating Rogers was
told Criminal
lawyer Court
today (Friday) to the CrippledChildren's
serving time for other offenses, suspended for 60 days Officer
Rehabilitation Judge Jack A. Falk he wanted a
$300,000 to plead guilty to the Riverside Arthur C. Sheeran, iced with
to hear his 15
Jury case. May
Above A. P. Sharpe of Sharpe'aCities crime. tvo name charge
was suspendedfor
Service Station at NW The case qf Mrs. Erma Watt, was set as the date for the trial Willie Pearson and Lonnie 30 days.
and 62nd St. gets a widow of Levold West oiler and Jackman's attorney was given
16th ave. an Springfield, two other Negroes, The Civil Service Doard, after
helping hand from little Nathaniel for the PEG railroad, was settled 20 days to file motions.A have been arrested In the case, lengthy hearings last month
Williams. In Circuit Court. Judge Rob former Judge in North Mi
and Pearson has pleaded guilty found Kennah and Shannon Innocent -
Each participating station will ert Floyd presiding. ami Beach, Jackman was Indicted Donald Frank Watkins in by a 3-2 vote Sheeranwas
display the red, white and blue West was killed on March 24, on the robbery charge by the Santa Ana, Cal, and his ex-wife, acquitted by the board bya
AGRA banner. 1960 in an accident at the Dade County Grand Jury. Eight Sarah Josephine, in Lisbon, 0.- unanimous vote.
On Saturday hundreds of MI. Buena Vista railroad yard The Negroes
the latest ICen'nab
theojury both white are arrests Rogers had charged that
ami high school athletes In uniform I Jury's verdict gave Mrs. Wast were accused in indict struck him after he askedall
will tell mlnature paper and her four children 30Q,000.. ment.
In the laundry robbery, Jack. three men to move their police
man's car was allegedly used. lie cam so he could wash downa
said it was stolen garage ramp at the Firestone
Store at 1200 W. Flagler: St.

I GIRL 7.CRITICAllYBURNED SEE OUR NEW The Rogers officers sprayed counterchargedthat them witha

JAIL SUNDAYLaw hose, then resisted arrest.
Rogers was later convicted in '"
Shirley Jean Ashley 7, daughter abiding citizens wit have Municipal Court of assault and f,
of Mr. and Mrs. James Ash the inside of disorderly conduct. He was
a chance to see
I' ley, 7736 NW 14th place, II in Metro's swanky 10-story 16,000 found not guilty of resisting ar

10-Year-Old Boy Killed critical condition In Jackson Memorial 000 jail this Sunday afternoon.The rest.Reese
Hospital with burns over board of County Commissioners said he based his actionon
80 percent of her body. of Metropolitan Dade a "preponderance of evidence"In
'Fen-year-old Charles Anderson The girl climbed to the top of County Is inviting the public to the transcript of the Civil
a kitchen stove (o reach a coffee the dedication ceremonies for Service Doard hearing.
of Goulds died in Jackson
Hospital -
1 DEAD 2 HURTIN pot on a shelf Wednesday I: the new Department of Public
on Wednesday after he was morning and was burned severely Safety Administration and Jail MIAMI MINISTER
knocked down by a car on Old when her crinoline petticoat I. Buildings at 1320 NW 14th St.
Dixie Highway.The went up In flames. Static displays of mobile HEADS AFRICAN

Her clothes on fire, the child equipment are scheduled for
Police this week are boy ran into the path ofa ran through her home screaming, 12:30: p.m. EXPEDITIONUnder
still searching for the second car car Tuesday night, PatromanP. : before an aunt could put out
involved in a drag race that led F. Oeetlng said. Arthur L. the blaze and call an ambulance.The the auspices of the Na-
to the death of a Perrine man Mason, the driver, was not held. girls parents had goneto 7 4 tional Baptist Convention, USA
last Thursday night. work, but Mrs. Anna King, an Inc., a three-man commlMlon.
Frank Moran 41 of 5114 SW aunt, was In the house when the this week left New York for Li
Eddie O. Taylor, 38, of 10521 15th St., Ft. Lauderdale, who accident occurred, Road Patrol : I I'C" Ia beria to purchase 6,000 acres of

8W 180th St., Perrine, was kill was injured on March 7, died on Officer D. E. Gontho said. land for settlement and development
ed and two other men seriously Tuesday. He and his mother, Shirley Jean, with a younger by American Negroes.
injured when a car in the drag Mrs. Mary Moran, were struck sister three and a brother, five The commission, appointed by
went out of control and smashed Dr J. H Jackson, president$ of
by a truck as they walked on went Into the kitchen at 7:30: ? ,
Into a light pole at 100 miles an W. Dixie Highway near 144th It. a.m. while the aunt was asleep. the convention, In composed* of
the Rev. Thedford Johnson, pastor -
hour. The mother is still in the hose The officer said one burneron
of St. John Institutional
turnedon .
the electric stove was
Injured Included Charlie E. pital.
Baptist Church of Miami; the
31 of 17404 Homestead and as the child climbed to !a'r
Holloway, flev. Robert Taylor of Richmond,
These fatalities bring Dad her slip
reach the pot,
ave., Perrlne, driver who County traffic deaths to 37 this caught fire. Va., and the Rev. Julian: Taylorof
admitted he drag racing witha
year. At the same time last year She leaped down and ran to Hartford, Cann.
second Old Dixie High*
car on Convention -
the count 24. The National
roll bed In attempt to
on a an
way In Goulds. Elias ParrLsh, 31, recently bought 400 acres
10799 SW 22nd st., Goulds, another put out the flames, said Gontko. of land in Fayette County, Tenn.
Not being successful, she screamed _
In the Halloway
passenger of Negro
also hurt.A Holloway In Dade County Hospital for her aunt who found her I for the resettlement
car, was families who have been "dispossessed" -
for possible manslaughter running from room to room and :
living In tents,
hold order was placed on charges. put out the fire with water. and are
1 conference -
Dr. Jackson told a news

Mian, Ann Illwi, TalladejcA Col The. president said that the
)lego senior from Miami, ha* that Negroes
convention hoped
been awarded. a. \\'oodrowVU.
Liberia: would be-
who go to
Leaves $23,000 to son Fellowship for 100102 'Yme land owner To do so they
graduate study of the Ilnsslan will have to become citizens of
language. She wan one of two the country. He said the plan I*
TulLodcfyi. seniors to receive to help' Liberia develop Its great
Hint coveted feJIowshlp thin year. I natural resources.
Miss Illou. majoring In languages "We don't believe that any.
Variety HospitalThe at Talladega, In secretary of body should leave America :lookng -
Ileta ICap(ia Hho Honorary Society for freedom and Justice," he
and of the Pan-Hellenic aid. "We simply believe that
., Council She Is a member of the Negro has reached the point
will' of Mrs. Sarah Williams Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. In maturity where he can contemplate -
88, a local Negro resident pstabllshlni economic
who died in 1958 revealed that DIES FROM AUTO INJURIESE. roots In more than f'De countr,."
she left $5,000 to her maid, players.U. .

some property to a nephew and S. District Judge Daniel II.
123,000 went to the Variety C. Marshall, 35, Injured and resulted In the death of his Thomas denied, however a pe The Bureau of Census reports
Children's Hospital.Mrs. more than a month ago In an passenger, Thomas J. Gardner of Jtlon by three Negroes for |5- that Negroes are leaving the
WllllamsS attorney. Park auto accident while being chasedby Norfolk, Va. 000 damages each. South in great numbers. How
Campbell said she told him she police died of his Injuries The judge heard arguments on ever not so with Florida. She
wanted to he'p some children, Tuesday becoming Dade's 35th ALA. GOLF the ease In January, 1960 and leads 13 Southern border states
she didn't care what coor: or traffic fatality of the year, gave opposing attorneys additional la growth of Negro population.From .

religion, as long as they need Marshall of 228 NW X6th Ter. COURSE, MIXED time to submit briefs. City 1950 to 1960 she had
was a patient at Jackson Memorial Attorney Fred O. Co'llns had the fourth largest growth In.' the
help.Variety Hospital certainly fits and under charge of auto Mobile, Ala. A federal Judge stipulated at the hearing that country'. The population' 'was
the hill. The money has been theft at the time of his death. ordered the Mobile municipalgolf the course was for use by white 03,101 In 1950 and 880,186 Jp
given to a most worthy cause. The accident occurred Feb. 7 course opened to Negro players only, 1860. and Increase of 277,085,

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 365 NW 17th st. Shop phone,
.c FR 4-6872, FR 3-5669 home
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1961 BrowardCounty Mrs. Teareatha no'wt. Operator
{ Mrs. Dorothy Tarry, proprietor.
RHOMANIA 1 ;. ::: ::: j I.f I.t,1 I.\ Notice
:MISS News .. ':,
i PUNPHUN Mrs. Beatrice Moore, formerly
CONTESTANTS f of the Charm Beauty" Salon
By PHIL O880FKH ByWalter will; .be ,happy to greet and cenre
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:" you at the Modernistic Salon,
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that I see my'by good Dave friend Bondu'a(and column coworker r..,___,_.-,_. _.-_ -_ -- .r oTo her 49944.specialty.The "Jackie Look !la

\ on JESCA's Publicity I the people of Carver Ranches
4 IV Committed), Blanche Galloway, the Community Park is
is .opening a cleaning business. I under new' management, playgrounds
f:3* 1 wish you great success, Blanche! for the children at all 'Brand New Home
5 nti I'm sure you'll "clean ,up" In time. If your lodge, club or any M
your new venture.It's non-profitable organization would / SPECIAL DELUXE
like to use the park or the com- ,
Girt Scout cookie time once mumUy' building please call Marry I. 1073 NW 64th St
again. I like the cookies! for two Glover at YU 3-6655 or con Sun. 46
I p.m.
asons." They taste rood and tact him at 3540 Pembroke Rd.
9N thav are the on'v cook'es that CAPPER CONST. CORP.
carry my personal monogram. The Veterans ,of Foreign War<
officers S'ttur- 1MWROSCOE
will InctVl the'r
roinmulst Sldnev Harris says day n'0M.' March 18 at the Maponic > For the best In Halr-W ev at I
that odd numbers hit morp often Temple on Pembroke Rrt I reasonable prices call Mr.
than even numbers in eambMng. Commander Hursch of .
Deputy - & - & - & -
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:'<' _.' That' odd. It's even odder when Cora Gables, and Commander
;" you realize: that even the bettorson Dames from the Opa Locka Post.
.-;,;"! ,i1 the odd numbers rarely break 5963 all posts from West Palm GORDON
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even. Beach South are Invited to at
"W J tend. There will be plenty of re ,
I know a fellow who is al Mc freshments.Star JUST A LITTLE DIP
SANDRA JHNNINGS; I to Jails. Every time he's lockedin r AND HIS BAND
a cell, he breaks out.Optical edge
Two more contestants .vicingtor Light : No. 542 will
'the title of "Miss Rhomanla" I I ll'uslon A movingvan meet Friday nlpht, March 17 at CLUB 77
Sandra Elaine of''
:are Jennings the Masonic Temple on Pem-
Ways high and Ruby Pierce of when it is standing still broke Road. ; Grand Ave., Coconut
It's still
Northwestern. a moving van! Grove
The question is, who will be
crowned on April 7? Come out to I have a few bucks! in the The- CWH Chamber of Com
the crowning event and let slgjna secret compartment of my wal- merce will meet on Monday. Thurs., March 23ELKS
Gamma Rho Sorority enter- let. I call It my "mad" money March 20 at 8 ::30 p.m. All mem A
tain you while Its annual scholarship if my wife finds out I've got It, bers are asked to be present.
; drive culminates. she'll be mad.A CLUBFt.
Yours will celebrate his
friend told me how his great birthday on St. Patrick's Day Lauderdale
grandfather, an early settler, es March 17 at his home in West Fri. March 24
I caped some Indians by swimmingacross Hollywood: ,
a river behind a log. Whenhe Adv. $1.50-Door $2,00MkdRoservMbnsEarl7
got to the other side he found
ar three arrow.! in the log. One }
might say he 'bad an narrow escape Drive Carefully .
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There will be fashions and
talent galore. See your favorite \ J?
teenage and little junior miss _

crowned. TSDAY'SS i
Look for contestant No, four S
:3n the next issue.
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DANDRUFFIN the milk you can use like cream-with 1/2 the fat calories !

Cream itself can't make your coffee taste richer! Today's Carnationis

WITH evaporated a special way that makes it look like cream;pour like

outltKURASOL cream, and even whip-with & the fat calories and at % the cost 0

of cream. No wonder Carnation is the world's favorite brand by far!

Satisfaction GuaranteedSold SMOOTHER COOKING RESULTS, TOO! Even when you mix Carnationwith

hi most drug storM sad beauty an equal amount of water, it gives you better cooking and
tfcopt If not iviilablt In your locality ty'TIp
send $1.70 'for a month's supply to:; baking results than ordinary milk-at far less cost! Look for new t P1 I L

SABROSOL LABORATORIES recipes on the red and white labels of today's Carnation. M I LX .
Box 6175. Sta. D, Miami! AI.
"from Conttntd Gout"THE .

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i w xiir4 I Liberty Beauticians u several ..beauties. The show way
R r rt } directed by none other than Mrs.

Fashion ShowThe Louise Doyer Riley, president off
Unit No. 55. Mrs. Carrie White
Liberty Professional Beauticians Mrs. Marie Wareham, Mrs. Lnl
j1 : Unit No. 55, sponsored. Clark, Mlrs Clara Collins; and
its Colorama and Fashion Showof Mrs. Ida Swinton were hostessesfor
1961 on Sunday, March 5 at the evening and graciously i
thn Fiesta Room of the Mary ''
/ served a delicious repast. The
F ) h \i k { v Elizabeth Hotel Mrs. L. West sponsors take this method of ;
rerved mistress of ceremonies '
as thanking all for thefr cooperation
for the occasion Lovely MissAngeletha by attending and making
DeVeaux who led the
\t '' the affair a success
color, line was something to see.
Mis DeVeaux was followed by
the lovely Miss Darbara Roberts,
Mrs. Ellen Days, Mrs. Wilma. Benefit BreakfastA
Goodman.! Mrs. Fay White, Miss
Vera Williams: and others. benefit breakfast, sponsoredby
Leading the cocktail wear was
Locka Youth Foundation
Miss Barbara Russell, Mrs. Mary the Opa
Wilcox, Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson, to raise funds to build
Mrs! Bessie Cato, Miss Theodora Youth Center Building, will b*
Stibbins, Mrs. Catherine Brooks, he'd Sunday, March 19, 8:30 to-
Mrs. Alice Kelly and Mrs. Ida 10:30 a.m. at Tucker's Restu-.
White. Lounging swim suits and rant, 2336 All Dabs Are. Dona
morning wear were modeled by' tion f 1,00. marlS.HAROLD .


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Pictured! above are membersof aerson, prt'sf /<>tn Amlcettea of Delta Eta Fi tinkle Johnson, vice president.
Zl.tChltltpr: of Zeta Phi Deta Second row: Claudia Hobln- Third row: Veronica Daniels,
Sorority' of Ft. Lauderdale son, Aljco Marshall, Alma MAC ninnno Daniels, Mozelle Melton, r
From loft to right, front key, Cynthia Balm; Verticil Meair Cassandra Williams, Kua! Spiller, M
row: Jcs-le Miller, Joyce Dell, \ Kvallna Louis,. Alary Kelly II Callio Kelsvy, Mary Lesone and
Geneva Knowlo; Jacquelyn An- r Vernell Uncrum, Sylvia Ilav Kthcl Graham



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Hulan E. Jack, once the high'
est ranking Negro municipal
office holder In the country,
says JOLLIVETTE, Msnsger
Jack, ousted from his $25,000
a year post as Manhattan
II Borough president tiled an application -
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to appeal the case-aijt I
III tcfntlmers, well ,here we quite as diabolical when flowing poor person.He Money Available Now
are with the Teens' Conference from the pen of a clever authoror
again. Today, let's discuss mafia* authoress. Look outlt r Thereis claims he is "totally with.
zincs. This is of course, an Im where the danger Is. The more out funds and does not have em FOR FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGESAND
portant topic concerning teen we read such misguiding tales of loyment.
agers.If murder, amour, and what have REFINANCING
Jack was given suspended
we would take a survey of you, the less distasteful and sentence Jan. 16 for violating
the top magazines (among teen evil they sound. Do not be takenin conflict of Interest provisions of CONSOLIDATE YOUR BILLS
agers) on the teentlmers hit pa by the fast and frantic actions the city charter and for conspiracy *
rade, our focus will be on ,the and sneering, sensual small talk to conceal: the violations.He .
fact and fiction from the popular of the popular magazines heroes .
: magazines. Let's drag out and heroines or your teenage was convicted of accept
those stacks of magazines that wholesomeness and Jreshneas Ing a house remodeling: job froma All transactions private and confidential
are cluttering up our bedrooms, will go AWOL (absent without real estate man seeking bust
and see what typed of publications official leave.) 'iness from the city Coma in and talk it over-No obligationASK
we are reading. Are you one of those teen.
We'll find the current teen agers who boasts "I'm broadminded FOR MR. ADELMAJN OR MR. WASSERMAN
I can read anything andit
rage includes detective stories,
won't hurt ?" The next
rue confessions, movie
lines, love and adventure maga-pulps, time you have the urge to utter After all that story Is just de GuaranteeCorp.
comics, and frothy fiction from that phrase or something simi picting life as It really la." A Mortgage
mom's househld magazines. Does lar, remember' these few facts. passage rich in lustful desires
this list include your favorite Every paragraph you read formsan which end the readers' emotions I
We'l 'et's where Idea; a page can form an at- skyrocketing, may have arisen
see our readingIs
leading titude. Gradually and Involuntarily from the weaknesses of our hu I
you become what you read. man nature, and such obscenity
The last Issue of "True Woo"or LICENSED BY STATE OF FLORIDA !
If we choose frthy literature or is perhaps true to life, but it is
"Hot Armour" may have had that which borders on depravitywe neither the obligation nor right
you up on cloud eight, but put may grow to speak and thinkIn of the author to put down such
away that pulp? and jump on themorality terms of what we read. things that may threaten the 2815 N. Miami Are. fR 47667
soap box wnere we can J. Edgar Hoover, chief of theI I purity and Integrity of you and
get an eagle's eye view of whatIs Federal Bureau of Investigation, me
going on between the coversof does not mince words when he
too many of today's mafia says, "Filthy literature Is the
zines. When we take a glance at great moron maker. It is cast
the fancy free fiction and pho't08 Ing criminals: faster than the
of the 'better" magazines prisons can absorb them." Y a .Hi9,
along with the cheap pulp, we Soon you are convinced that it
can see that their standards of must be the right thing to do.
morality are falling lower thana Beware! That Is treason to re"
barometer on a story day. Pas- son The fact that everyone else
sionite embraces and torrid love /: Is shattering their standards of
scenes are as frequent and I morality Isn't going to make It
Inevitable as a comma, that sacred any easier for you to patch up
bonds of matrimony are dlsso the many pieces of yours.
ved as qulclcly: as test proven Teentlmers, when it comes to
soap chips, and candy coated reading, keep on the high flying
murder comes In six (or more) l team and don't send vour high :
intriguing flavors.If morals tobogganing. Did I hear
you dare to disagree, pickup someone say this was old fashioned
that detective story you wereso ? Remember that magazines V'
recently lost In. That well ba quickly go out of date, but
anced, smoothly blended combination your upstanding principles of %
of lust, hate, and mur morality never do.
der seemed almost justifiable Teentlmers, top cowering behind
didn't it? Divorce doesn't seem that shopworn excuse: ,


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Styles and Thomas ,The Rev. Ethel HunVer (Mother
SATURDAY MARCH 1961 a i !ea12 f Wheatley Ethel), president of the Women's
PAGE 4 ,18,, Stuart: of ,Houston, Texas, who
for the Pat Missionary: and Education
to Miami
BROWSiN'By motored
championshipfight a: Convention of, the Bahamas
c; PAUL HENRY terson-Johansson left on Friday morning. arrived Sunday evening on her
e e. : They were guests of Mr. and vacation. She has given almost
: 552 NW 20th 60 years of her life In the missionary
Mrs. Percy Sty e8.
Honesty is the best policy. field.
st. Wheatley Is the nephew
From Los Angeles we learned of
an unemployed man who un Mr. Styles. I
doubtedly believes in this saying. Male Talent Tea
Main Office at 0740 N.W. pith Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 Douglas William Johnson founda ...
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 82230 canvas sack containing $240,* Miss Sybil Scavella and Herschel -1 Elliott J. Pleze, prominent
1 1 000. It had fallen from a truckof Johnson were married on newscaster, civic and church
Garth C.' Reeve,' Managing Editor,and Business Manager the Brinks Co. The money was Feb. 20 at the 'home of thebride's worker will be guest speaker
to be transferred to the Federal uncle and aunt, Mr. and I
II. E. SIGISMUM REEVES, Editor and Publisher for the ladles of Oethsemane
Reserve Bank in San Francisco. Mrs. Isaiah Arnet, 301 NW 16h Court 338:: Heroines of Jericho,
Picking up the sack Johnson putit Attendants were Mrs. I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES terrace. March 26, 4 p.m. at 3360 NW
in hLs station wagon and 30 Maude Stuart and Mr. Arnett, : 50th fit., When they present
OXE YEAR *4.50-&IX: MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS '1.70 I .nlnutea later turned it over to and the ceremony was performed i some of Miami's leading and
the FBI. The money was In Rev. L. A. Thompson outstanding male talent. Sever
Entered as Second ai&sa Matter, August 9, 1927, at the Post Office packages of $10 and $20 bills. I al soloists and other singing
at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 Johnson Is 50 years old, has a Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Smith, groups will befeatured withL.
I wife and three children. The 1911 Wt'mington St., Opa Locka, ; Leo Jenkins as master of
company has offered Johnson a celebrated their 9th wedding anniversary 'ceremonies. Pre-Ea.ster fashions
THE NEGRO PRESS job and promised to pay the tuition on Monday, Feb. 27. 'I will in turn be shown by both
for his 16-year-old son A few of their friends were pres male and female models. Mrs.
and TodayOne Richard.All ent to greet them and to parti I I Lloma Green narrating. The
Yesterday -ho cipate in the fine reception public is invited.
those thought Ingo
hundred and thirty-four years ago, the first Negro did not get justice in the 10- s ...........
newspaper appeared in the United States.In count of the 6th round knock
down for the heavyweight championship
the year 1827, a group of negro leaders in New must now be convinced
York City met to discuss the problems of the race and resolved that he got all or more than

to publish a weekly journal to ,espouse the cause and was our due.champ It was did a bloody a remarkablejob battle Professional Building
.of freedom and the citizenship status of the free Negroes. in surviving that first round t

Thus on March 16, 1827, John Russwurm, a free Ne- and coming back to win the fight j

gro, published the first issue of "Freedom's Journal," in Director of Miami's Orange For Sale Or Lease

,New York City the first Negro American newspaper. As- Bowl, Ernie Seller, suggests ma- .4

sociated vivith ifr. Russwurm wasthe ex. Samuel Cot ja/, r% 4Iie'mr"eaehers PQ'11' Hewlnt8 ,. ---' t"o Q 0 t,.",;,,;
irish, n f t-5 SfiCt f Y&.rtl4 f:i I i UJJ X;Jvatr' f(I locker* : '
togm ...batJer.>igl.\. lgg..pndaraear"
These two pioneers of Negro journalism dedicated name for the bowl, that concession -' OFFICE SPAC1: FOR- RENT

themselves to the cause of their oppressed )Brothers in prices are too, high.

the South and to the advancement of the Negroes who The magazine "Unlimited" Central air conditioning 17 rooms 'including

had escaped to the North. makes its second appearance. It
According to historians, :Mr. Russwurm's career in Is really interesting and should
:be supported. Give credit to pub. laboratory, waitingroom
journalism was brief and he was captured by the Coloni- Ushers Leonard Walker and

:zation Society and sent to Africa. His newspaper was William Mc.Dride.Perlonal receptionist' ideal for medical use.
suspended: but other Negro editors sprang up and began

publishing newspapers to light the 'path of freedom. Mention Parking facilities, corner lot, excellent
The names of early Negro newpapers indicate the
Samuel Payn.e, one of our 15th
purposes to which they were dedicated. In addition to Ave. businessmen, is convalescing location.
Freedom Journal, there were such designations as Rights at the Veterans Hospital in .
of All, Mirror of Liberty Elevator Clarion, Genius of Coral Gables. Friends hope for

Freedom Today and there North are Star.upwards of two hundred Negro his early. Ora recovery.Mrs. Williams. of New 15036 N.W. 22nd Ave.OPA

York City is visiting Mrs. Alta- .
:publications in the United States. These publications havea
mese Jarrett, 1025 NW 65th st,
total issue circulation of approximately two million
per and other Miami and Key West LOCKA FLORIDA
.copies, which are read by an estimated nine million mem- relatives. ,

bers of the race. *
Every movement for the advancement of Negroes In- From New York comes an
nouncement of the engagementof
eluding the abolition of slavery has been championed Miss Helen Fisher, former Mi- FOR INFORMATION CALL ANYTIME

through Negro newspapers. ami social worker, to Stanley
Negro newspapers employ thousands of trained Roberts of the city. SUPREME REALTYFR

workers in the United States. Among Bahamians coming from
Thousands of jobs in fields considered closed to Ne'groes Nassau for the Patterson-Johansson
have been the of the through fight at Miami Beach were 1-5641
; opened to youth race, Charles Major, Martin Conliff,
the incessant fighting of the Negro Press. Roland Donathan, Wilfred Bowe,
The mechanical and editorial standards of leading Calander Roberts and Terry

Negro newspapers are steadily 'improving. North

The total value of printing equipment and buildings ._ _--.: a. ....".-..,...._--..wYM-...-. _-__ .__ h_ ____ _u_ _
II.iI..L: .. H..7L.7.r. ... -.......
owned by Negro newpapers in the United States is con J a; AA : ; /

servatively estimated at not less than fifteen million dol

lars. The Negro newspaper' remains a vehicle for the unbiased A ROMAN CATHOLIC"REVIVAL"

dissemination of news for and about Negroes of .

the United States. .
Although various advertising media have sprung up

over the nation in competition for newspaper advertising ,
the Negro newspaper still remains the most popular and
effective medium for reaching the Negro buying public. '

This is because the Negro people'still look to their own

newspapers to champion the interests of the race at all

times, .as they could not always expect such protection to Conducted
be rendered by others. by

The Negro owns and operates his own newspapersand

they appeal to him in a peculiar way that no other FATHER JOHN
publication or advertising media can.

S. S. J. of Washington, D. c.

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MIAMI TIMES..- MIAMI, FLORIDA Engaged to A summer wedding is planned.The Virginia Smith is
'bride-to-be is a graduateof

SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1961 PAGE 5 Lt. Earl Allen Tuek. gee Institute in Alabama. Bride of .Nelson ,, .
: She is a physical education

,Mr. and Mrs. Van Howell of teacher at Bethune Elementary- Ne on.
I 1957 NW 5th Ave., have announced Echo{ .1v ,
Richmond the engagement. of their Tae* prospective bridegroom Miss Virginia Park!* ',Smith.
Heights Flashes daughter, Barbara Ann ', to 1st graduated with honors in 1953 daughter of Mrs. Olive Smith of
Lt Earl Allen of the U. 'S. Ar from.\FLorlda A and M Univer NW 5th ave., near. 17th st. and
my. He Is the son of Mrs. Ruth : sity. : lie recently returned to the late James Smith, becamethe
By OKA D. TAYLOR Marshall: of 1440 NW 60th St. ''I the United States from Italy bride of Nelson Nogroh, for
where he served with the Army merly of New York City, ,In marriage -
=.=..:. __ :e. .;> ; .:;.y- ; :':':::'= "' '''''''' ''''' ..-A.... r Medical Service Corps (Southern 'held SnMay
"' - '<:C'<:X>'-<::<:"<::-<:::-<:::-<:::<:" <: ceremonies
DELINQUENCY.. European Task Force., ) for afternoon on the lawn at t h .
you who cannot attend INSTRUCTONSRN twx .
years. home of Mr. and Mrs. Ezeklal
Recently Your Scribe had the the great Crusade at Miami
Wallace, 1757 NW 61st St.,
privilege of hearing a report Beach auditorium are requestedby LPN, HIGH SCHOOL State Attorney Richard Ger- with the Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor -
from Judge Culbreth of the Juvenile the Committee for
GRADUATES stein is keeping behind owners of the First Bant'st' Churchof
Court. It was appalling. Iraham Crusade of which Your of migrant camps. On Tuesday Opa Locka, officiatingThe
Recently a survey was taken and Scribe is Area Chairman for Unroll now for Medical Assistant he cited six cam 8' for sub bride 'In, aluo thQ frt.+,.r
compiled revealing the fact that South Dade, to Join in dally Course Classes now forming. standard and violating. the Flor daughter of Mrs. Prentice Clark
our boys and girls now are com- 'fryer for the success of the' Laboratory work given by experienced ida sanitation code.VISIT Valle of 1748 NW 61st st. A very
mitt'ng 38 percent of the crimesin Crusade In gaining sou's for Laboratory Director. I), unique reception in t-nnnr of
Dade County. Seventeen were Hod's Kingdom. Prayer is the Send for brochure. the newlvweds was held Immediately
sent to State School for such 7lngs of the soul; it can be MIAMI SCHOOL FOR following the ceremony.

crimes as gun carrying, armed<< 'one anywhere at anytime., It MEDICAL ASSISTANTS THE Mr. and Mr.'. Neuron left Miami -
assaut, auto theft, gang activities Tets: results! It helps to make de- 3323 N.W. 17th AvenueNE on Monday morning for a
terrorizing younger child ''8ons.! Everyday as you pauseor 4.4300 Shop honeymoon in Nassau. A roodly

ren, and others. The trend shows your lunch or rest period, ors CLIFF DYES, Prop.Specializing number of relatives and friends
the type of crimes being com '. you work, pray that unsaved I attended the marriage and reception
muted are changing to Include oys and girls! will make a de. CAL'S in .
major crimes. The Judge sale Ision for Christ. Processing and Ladies I
that there was not enough par haircuts The United Nations has
ticlp'aCfon' among Nero leader BAR & GRILLENOW I hunched a two-year program to
Did you have a club meeting? Call OX 1-9811 for '
In contacting: parents it war he'n the newborn nations of
'isitors, a party, someone ill, SERVING Africa. Eleven and a half million:
found a.so: that many parent appointment
ou or your family went on a
do'lars will foe spent to mnrternizr -
cover children.up The for problem their delinquent is nowben rip? Or what have you happen- BREAKFAST LUNCH 6888 ''N.W. 15th Ave. I and expand educational fa.
ag in the Heights? Call CE
M25 cllltlea for the newborn nations.NeW .
studied committee or
J-4246 or leave notice in mail AND DINNERAt
which you, who are Interested ox at 14601 Lincoln Blvd
in he'p'ng to curb juvenile delinquency Popular Prices

may become a mem !

fopr. The ** committee meets Irthe I 6006. .W 22p\ ..4Overnight V ,[ ''r .
basement: chapel of Greater Custom ;'t
Bethel AMEs Church 'each Wed, ,EXECUTIVEHOME *J* ... l -,.... ,. .. ........ f I',....'I".. M. ... I. .- t '* .,*,..W
nesday evening'at 8 p.m. "Com'mlttees
are being set up In each Rooms
town or part of Greater Mlam POOL CABANA Homes For VeteransIn

to ,study the problem in its owr Cost Less at
community reporting to their
Open 1-5 Sunday
chairman at Greater Bethel WI" Richmond Heights

'you join this most importan' 1552 NE 150th Street Jamaica Dugie's
committee? Call CE 54246 for Down All
$250 Pays
Information or contact Mr
3-bedroom, Fla. room, cen GUEST HOUSE
Elizabeth Johnson, Phylllr
Wheat'ey Eementary: School. tral air condition, heat, bar, .

lounge room, barbecue, 2941 NW 47th St. SEE MODEL AT
FASHION SHOW AT MAYS exotic rock gardens
Mrs. Markita! Gibson remindedme '
10205 S.W. 152nd Street
of the Fashion Show to be

Yield at Mays High auditorium in A DOLL HOUSE 3-Bedroom Homes
April. This is one of the benefit (Coral Reef Drive)

affairs for the library committee $73 MONTH 2 baths, large living room, o
of Maya. The date will be utility -
dining room, separate
announced next week. AU mem Gorgeous 2-bedroom CBS,
2 air conditioners Visit Office 14520 Lincoln Blvd.
bers of the library committeeare 3 years new. Only $600 garage, :
Mrs. Gibson to 2 heaters
requested by ,
meet in Library of Mays next down. 7741 NW 10th Ave. Private entrance to 1 bedrOOm CE 5.1944 CE 5-6262 PL 1.4061

Monday, 7:30 p.m. Open 1-5 Sunday and bath. Open Sun

BOUQUET day p.m. or PL 8-5586
Our Bovnupt of the Week goes 4821 N.W. 10th Ave.
to Mrs. Malvena Moore of 14681
8-3923 PL 8-0290 Owner MU 1-5381
Monroe ,St. Mrs. Moore a retired -
teacher, who gave many years
of hT life! in the service of the

public schools of Florida, a devout $195 Cash 1' F! Ih '
6 .i.it
Christian wife, motherS .
"e gave to Richmond Heletots' a Homes For h
fine son among first Ne rroe* to $65 Month
be employer by the Postal Dept.
of Miami. Mrs. Moore has long Sale Largo bedroom, fenced yard.Partly .
been known for her faithfulness furnished, garage, one
!In Martin Memorial: AME Church mortgage.
Frank C Martin FVrnentar
School, Civic Club Work and $7,675 Balance
3 New BeautiesAll
capta'n of a group of workersfor
He"rt Association of Greater .
bedrooms 2 baths
Mlimt where until this year, she 3 ,
has made the highest report located in N.W. Liberty BIO HOUSE

each year. City section
We salute you Mrs. Moore for $395
See them Sun. 2 to 6 p.m.
havln served. your community
so falthfu'ly. Long may you live! Let us show them to you $65 Month E

Come to: _

ARMSTRONG MANOR -Arm- 1260 N.W. 55th St. :IxMlroom, front porch, carport, p. ___
utron" Manor 1 1'. row building on city water, one mortgage, move
IRist Trr and 103rd ave., Just Harmar, Inc. MO 5-3592 right' In today.TRIO .
off Coral Reef! Drive. Thr"etvnes
of hnm* are being built REALTY +For
The "Ellington" with large 1
T'or"h nn front: the "Parl" and $500 DOWNSEE 801 N.W. 54th St. it", iDr 9'' wupc ;,

the Deluxe Pearl model Each 4.'>''
hnm h' .- three :are bedrooms, PL 9.8372 OX 6.1740
two fu'l baths+ ex-El'lngton h"s"ar" BEAUTY
rt'nlng ,.p'\ e. enameled RICHMOND HEIGHTS
,ne built-ins, walk-in closets,
cabinets, carporte or garaee. Corner of Coral Reef Drive Attention Ladies!

Come and see these homes being And Fillmore Street
constructed. Put In your application. For distinctive
Prices from no dollars Open Sun. 2 to 6 p.m. hair styling <

down to $850 down according to Low, low, monthly payment hair co'or- f '
the' home you select. Call Ora 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH Ing and or hair 't
D. Taylor Realty for informationor GARAGE wceting to fit 8 fIn
appointment. Courtesy and your personal*
service our trade mark. Cal; CE Ity Ire M I a r
Ora D. Taylor CE 5-4246
54246.) dA Mary *
I, DIxon at b e r
BILLY GRAHAM CRUSADE I. r-' ifNEED !new location of

employment. Fine Whiskey. .

I I 311/M/ Dixon

MONEY ? ho dears* been one for of-Miami's more than outatand-10 FLEISCHMANN'Sis

tog and rfUAllfled beautician To

WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGESWE be and abreast dont'd with of hair the.dnwmlng.modern do's she the BIG buy I

BUY LOTS AND HOMESCall has attended worfcjhopd Florida MAIaj
Agricultural and Mechanical
UnlTenitjr. Recently she was a

Ronald I. Baron 4343 participant In a hair style how PROOF why '
Mortgage Broker held In the city of Atlanta, (]a. go

ISLE BLVD. Let MUs Dixon help you
228 BEACH WI 7 3566 look more glamorous, rlalt herat UNDID WHISKEY 90 PROOF 6B% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRIT$ *':
MIAMI Vogue Beauty Pair, 238 NW
Oth St., FR 0- 610. ,1,""\

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edge of layout and art. work
TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Brooks, Qusale Dobbs, Lennie Unlimited MagazineNow combined wtbh the salesmanship
THE MIAMI Fannin, Naomi Grant, Thelma ability of Leonard Walker +bids
Outler, Hazel Sanders, Victoria on SaleThe fair to become one of the major
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1961 Webb, Evelyn William. )ublishing combinations !In the
second Issue of Unlimited nation. The rest of the staff,
Guests were Mrs. Evelyn Fra- Magazine Is now on sale at all: Mrs. Dorothy Sanford Love, an

_-."".' ...- ..... .v -_:.,-.-.-.?'".-:-:;.-.,:-. zier of Atlanta, Mrs.Peters.Mamie The Gill local shops and stores 'elate editor; MM. Artheea D.
and Mrs. local magazine
The staff of Hubert, society editor and Henri
next meeting will be held at the composed of local talent Magrl, photographic editor combine
THIS and home of Mrs. Naomi Grant on I and news Is to be congratu'ated to make up the rest of the
April 8. for the manner and content of staff. j
this presentation Never beforeIn
(}ET-WELL- -GRAbI9 to Mrs. the history of Miami has :::: ::.:: ::: '!!
Annie Mae Twine and Thelma there been a magazine of this
THAT -- Outler and all other shut-ins. type released for the approvaland Call HI S- 51G
enjovment of the citizens of
AREN'T BABIES Wonderful this locale. For The Golden. Shield
RUTH N. POLITE having the Joys
By Flo Hawkins la
of "a life time" with her newly The magazine is well: printed, Life Ins. Co. of Florida
------------------..-..-------- -- edited and artistically .
u------------w'" .--.IUIiII... I adopted baby boy LATON FLO- intelligently
7 1961, weigh. laid out. The staff has -
Feb. ,
BLESSING. May l'lI1 ROY. Born
AN IRISH youngsters. I
I adopted a policy presentingthe
6 lb. 4 oz. CongratulationslA
the blessing of LIGHT be on ing beat af everything for per
you, light without and light REMINDER. Please turn your THANKS to the sons and happenings in this NEED MONEY
within. May the blessed sun'lghtBhlne television sets on Friday even- NOTE OF this alone is
worked to help area, a giant step
who $25 to $600
on you and warm your Ing at 8 o'clock to channel 2. committee Clt forward In the field of human
It glows like a great MARSHA McIVER, make the 1960 Out ?
heart till Our own reality. Thanksto relations, group understanding Call PL 8-3653
peat fire, so that the strangermay daughter of the George Beau Izens project a and let and social and economic uplift.
come and warm himself at ford Mclvers, will render two those of criticism who sent as notes well as those (I This magazine, published! by IDEAL LOAN
and als friend. "Toccato' by ter
it, a selections
piano the McBrlde-Walker Publishing!;
of good
who sent messages: 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
Khachatuarlan and Prelude No.
And the light shine out Your suggestions will be used. Co. William McBride, whose
may Gershwin. Miss :Me-
2 by George I I original Idea, and expert know
of the two eyes of you, like a Iver !is a talented Northwesternsenior.
candle set In two windows of a HAPPY BIRTHDAY GREET. ',
house, bidding the wanderer to INGS f Carl S. Hall, Flora D.

come In out of the storm. CONGRATULATIONS! Are In Hadley, Maggie Lumpkin, Jerry
of the K. Coachman, March 16; Leroy
And may the blessing order to the sponsors, students,
RAIN be on you .the soft teachers and parents of the ''Sargent, Frances A. Llghtsey, auto liability insuranceFor
fall March 17; Christina Eve, Yolanda -
sweet rain. May 11 upon voung people who staff our
your spirit so that' all the little school; publications. They have Sullivan, Betty Burke, March only $16.60 Down at
flowers may spring up, and shed brought glory and honor to the 18; Wl.helmenla Rhetta, .Alvll-
their sweetness on the air. And community. At the recent 11th da Ferguson, D. COKtella Davis, I I
may the b'easlng of the Great annual Interscholastlc Press ,Judith Miles, Robert Strapp, 11; SERVICE/ fIRST/ INSURANCE AGENCY
Rains be on may they ,beat Winifred Doles, March 19; Dan
you Workshop held on the campusof
spirit and wash It iel E. Johnson, Rose Green 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue ''NE 5-6355
upon your FAMU North Dade's publication
fair and clean, and leave there THE MONOCLE walked Jones, Holsey Grap III, March 20 And 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue! NA 4-6612

man a shining pool where the away with two awards. The Walter Caldwell, March 22. I I IF YOU CAN QUALIFYNo
blue of 'heaven shine, and some. Monocle was adjudged T 0 PAWARD" .
THOUGHT For The Week
times a star. : appointment
paper in both the necessary
And may the blessing of the "Best All Round Paper" and An old Gaelic blessing. May the Both offices open Mon.thru Bat 0 A.m. to S p.m.
roads rise with and the
.the you,
EARTH ibe on you "Best Sports Story" division.
Lord hold In the hollow of
great round earth; may you 'Winning the award for "BEST you
ever have a kindly greeting for I LAYOUT" was DTW's WASH.INGTONIAN. His hand. I .
them you pas as you're going!; Betty Laws was I
along the roads. May the earthbe cited as the outstanding participant
soft under when you EXPERT WATCH AND Attention Workers!
you 1: and !trlven a 1960 yea r Unemployed
rest out upon It, tired at the end book. REGINA JOLLIVETTE re- CLOCK REPAIRS
of a day, and may It rest easy Delved the L. Alex Wilson Memo A FREE JOB SERVICE
over you when, at the dast, you rial Award which !Is given to the Andrews' Jewelers
layout under It; may It rest so outstanding journalist. This 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. Has been established to help you find a job duringthis
lightly!; over you, that your soul award was made possible bv the
All work guaranteed critical period of unemployment. If you need a
may be off from under It quick Defender Publications of Chica
ly and up and off, and Its way go. Both students are at North. 40 Yor In ButlnM' job, or if you are an employer and need a good
to God. western. It was an unfortunate FR 30162 hard and reliable worker-Call the
situation which involved their

MANY PTA's are very muchIn NORTHWESTERNS not reachingthe Jamaica Sam Job Finding ServiceOX
the news this week. Some are jud es. However the Columbia
MIAMI TIMES ADS I 1.1541 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.
staging and same are In the process Scholastic Press Association
of getting: program In their in New York on March 9, announced Our endeavor Is to keep our members working-No Fee
final form. The PTA of the Phyl that The Northwestern. DONT COST THEY PAY
11s Wheatley E'ementary School er had won second place for
Is presenting Its Annual Spring high schoo'a of 1,001-1,500 pupil .
Tea on Sunday In the cafetorl. category. The award was gar. -
um of the school. They are uti nered on the "(basis of content,
Ilzlng home talent. Miss makeup, headlines, and publication For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call ,
ALETHEA HALL Is! their guest procedure."
speaker. Miss Hall Is a 1947
graduate of BTW and Is now PERSONALS. Off to a southeastern .
serving In the capacity of an regional LINK'S meet. BONDED
Interne at BTW. President ing In Raleigh, N.C. are Mrs.i r rr'
STANLEY NEWOBLD, an ar- James (Maude) Reid and Mrs. ; =
dent PTA man over a span of Charles (Mayme) Williams. a ,
many years., and his corps of They will see their good friend,
workers promised a most pro New York Socialite, Mary Rich

vocative and entertaining after. ardson of oheerful, Indestructible COLLECTION l'r.. "i
noon. You must he there to encourage fame A delightful k
all participants on the visitor in town before the International .. '
program and members of the. fight was licensed real
PTA. estate broker LELIA I. FRAN

CIS, prominent society matron I AGENCY
COME THURSDAY evening, from Dayton, Ohio Mr. and Inc.The
March 21, Northwestern's PTAIs I'Mrs.' Luther Frazier, restauran- '
presenting a stopper of all teura of Atlanta, Ga., have been ,
shows entitled 'PTA ON PA- touring the west coast of Florida H, ,. ,,
RADE". The novel attractionwill While here they are houseguests f}
be the faculty chorus line of Mrs. Zelma Peters The largest collection and rental N ,
doing the "CAN CAN" and Luther Careys (Blanche and
many other popular dances that "Toe") know the fine art of entertaining agency in the South; operating in t
lend precision artistic attractive all sizes of groups,
ness to performances. The entire most especially small ones. En* Dade and Broward Counties' ''
show will be woven around such I joying their hospitality on Sun
guest; artists! as JOHN GALA- day afternoon were close friendsof
WAY and others. Thla Is a muston long standing, Dr. and Mrs. Negro Housing areas ---
your calendar of events. Mrs. W. H. Murrell, Mr. and Mrs. Tim L. L. BROOKS, President
JUANITA THOMPSON and her Lindsey Saturday even.ng
cabinet will be there to greet was a gala affair for Polneettla MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
and meet you. As president, Mrs. Bridge Club. members. Exacty: at
Johnson Is doing a tremendous 1:30 o'clock members gatheredIn 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
job. the spacious living room of
Mrs. Daniel Francis for the reg- BROWARD COUNTIES . ......-

WHILE you are checking your ular meeting Supper was served
calendars, please check April 9. before the playing of bridge. "-
This Is the date that' the School I New club members, Mesdames ,j_ *ti.
Is requesting your presence at a Dryant were welcome by the
president Mrs. Maude Chandler. ,
Scholarship Benefit Fashion i I
Flair and Tea. The affair will be Mrs. Alice Hawkins won the first GE CY INC.
he'd In the auditorium of NHS prize and Mrs. Marie House the .
from 3 until 4:30. This is a second Other members present +
good cause You will be helping were Misses Caretha Bawl and r
Maude Ellison. Mesdames Alma r
them to help some deserving
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Fine Arts BroadcastsOver NHS COED, WINS

'- : ;.;

on Sunday March 19 ':: .
the Fine Arts Conservatory: will "..
broadcast a series of musical: '
programs over WMBM 10:45 to TALLAHASSEE Regina
11 a.m. this Sunday. Ruth Green
Jollhrette, a senior from Miami's
'lr field, director, of the conserva
9 tory will be featured( in piano Northwestern High School displavingk -
. k music. She will give sample les- :the., Citing skill and de.
sons on how to teach beginning votion of a veteran professional
students and will perform some Journalist, won the coveted "L.
of her own compositions. Local Alex Wilson' Memorial Award"
Ii''I artists and teachers will be featured presented to the outstanding
each week. Tune In on, participant at the 11th annual
WMBM every Sunday 10:45 and Florida A and M University Interscholastic -
enjoy the best from the Fine Preps Workshopheld
Arts Conservatory, located at here last weekend.
Carver YMCA.
i The charming coed, who Is one
of the top students in the south-
__ BTW Seniors east, was the recipient of the
first annual award given by The
THOMAS W. BLUE HONORED BY Present 'Canto"The Defender Publications of Chicagoin

Bailey-Coleman seniors at Booker T. honor of the late editor of
POLICE PRECINCT PERSONNEL Washington High are presenting the Chicago Defender. The pre'
their "Seniors in the spotlight," sentation was made in behalf of
By STAN (Sweets) SWEETING ReceptionA Tuesday March 21 at 8 p.m. in John H. Sengstacke Defender
the auditorium. This year they're Publications "head by Lee Black-
In quiet but impressive cere Omegas in Annual very unique reception In presenting "Canto. ," a productionof well, managing editor at the
monies, a blind vendor received honor of the marriage of Mrs wonderful musi and dances, awards dinner that culminated'
an appreciation' award ast Sat Memorial ServiceOn Char'ie Mae Bailey and Hubert under the direction of Wally I three 'days of feverish Journalistic ; -

urday morning, March 4. Futch. activities
Sunday March 19 at the Coleman was held on Sunday beautiful
You will see many
Thomas W. Blue, concessionaire 10:45: a.m. service, members of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sip young ladles and handsome At the the time of his death,
orerator at ih" Police Precinct Sigma Alpha Chapter of Omega Collins, 1012 NW 63rd St. The Wilson was editor of The Defen
Station, 470 NW 11th St., Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., will couple was Joined in holy mat youngmen.You will hear songs and see der. A native Floridian, he was
was the happy recipient of an worship at St. Agnes Episcopal last Wednesday in Miami. dances from Exodus Flylpg graduated from the elementary
award, presented to him by the Church in the observance of rimony Home, Whose Sorry Now and high school and college departments
precInct personnel, after years of.. their annual'Memorial Day. Among guests present at the : others. of A and M.Alsd .
service as an attendant there. reception were Madam Leather many "Canto"
ir'JPqrfT mfss Match I 21i ., :;,sharing top hdnora* !\was
Shepherd, Mr. Mrs: George
Coming .as a complete surpriseto ,Ninth Anniversary Telfalr of Perrf fee.,\Mr. an'tf'1Jr ll 'C.thfPTJV _H_JtJrJ m'9"J1jq q .an >fl'NohthWestera NSthdenb: '
B've and his' family .. the ;:" "" '''''''' '. tl" otta wha c:', ,I
Laws tto rraJiGoy
: I Carver'ChapterWo.103: OES Gf org&L ''Myers; 'Willie15: "Waftfe/;i it'' oft'tU _v) Ann ) >
award: a '.W kmann Braille poc'ket are giving their 9th anniversary Jr., and Miss Nunnally of Fort Many, M"S\,01.t.h"UOB an 8 of 1960 Rattler yearbook
watch was given him "in I
of the
publication university.
Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
on ,
appreciation for the untiring efforts I program Sunday evening, With a most sincere thanks
he displays dally while on March 19 at 3 p.m. at Salters Edmondson, Mr. and Mrs. from the depths of my heart I Miss Jol'Ivette's superb mas-
duty at the precinct." Chapter AME Church, 27th ave. Charles Hall, Mrs. Serena wish to thank! all the wonderful tery of a difficult writing assign
and 48th st. in Brownsville All Green Mrs. Pearce Moss
Janice friends who were so divine to ment an interpretative feature
In an interview with Capt. of the Masonic! family is invited. Whitfield, Mrs. Rosa'ie Payne my wife, story on the university's IBM
Oran E. Caudell, commanding Lillian S. Pleasure, W. M.; Thomas Falson, Edgar Gray, department coupled with un
officer at the uptown station, a Bro. L. K. Graves, W. P.; Lillie Mrs. Lula Bell Chambers, Mrs. usual devotion to a task by a
Times reporter was told: "Thereis Mae Colson, secretary. Bernice Reddick and others. hlghschool students parked her

none other more deservingthis ---- r rqrws selection for the award.
gesture than Blue. His

cheerful attitude, 'tho sightless, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I The popular high school coed
coupled with the eements: of I turned out a 700-word feature

fair dealing and extended generosity PAGE 8 SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1961TunaTurnovers sprinkled: with technical terminology
!! have given us cause to remember and, in turn, clearly Interpreted
him at this time. This so that the "man in
small token is presented him in 1 : the street could read the story
appreciation. for all that he's t and understand it."
meant to the precinct duringjils
years of service here; and for She worked under the guid-
the respect and admiration In ance of Francis II. Mitchell veteran
which he's he'd In our esteem." newspaperman, who is currently
an associate editor of Jet
The presentation was made on 1 and 'Ebony'Magazines. '1lss'Jot-
the precinct grounds by Sgt. Le- e livette took less than 24 hours to
roy Smith, amidst a mixed personnel complete her assignment. '. ,
of precinct members.
Blue, a veteran of 3% years at
the same post, is a placement of
the Lighthouse for the Blind, AMITONEreIieves -
sponsors of the concession pro

ject. Upset Stomach :'

A former professional prizefighter __ ___noSADIE '
Blue has posted a recordof the
126 wins and 0 draws againstsix ,
during her illness. It would be
losses by decisions in six
Impossible!! for me to find wordsto MilkRelieves Ulcers
years of pugilistic warfare.
all those
fought such fighters as Jimmy wonderful
friends for I really never knew 2 tiny Amltone tablets actually
Blvlns, Joey Maxim, Kid Choco-
that peop'e' could be have the acid-neutralizing
'ate of Tallahassee, Holly: Mims so nice to powerof
and Carman Barth, former NBA someone that was sick as my a full pint of milk:! Yes
wife was. She could not help Amitone's exclusive Qlyclne
mldd'ewelght champion retiringIn
July 1942. herself and to see how friends treats you to all of milk's sooth-
qrEICELMiD have come in day after day and ing powers..with feelable relief
In photo are shown Capt. care for her the way they did it in sconds..that lasts for hours I
Oran E. Caudel, Lt. S. W. Holland U just unbelleveable. 24 tablets only 49*. ..

Sgts. Leroy Smith andC So from the depths of my .
inton E. Williams; Officers heart I slncere.y: thank everyone. J. & J. Drug Dept Score

Charles Lee, Wlllard Myles, J. J. Sincerely 1410 N.W. 62nd St.
Franks, Robert Ingrnham James Hector Doyley Miami, Fla. .
Hines, Orange Hayes, William PaCE
Carey and Gaddy Rawls; typist- -w
clerks: l\Ie.:dames Thelfa Lewis,
Gwendolyn Miller and Veola I 4 ,.
Williams; Mr. and Mrs. ThomasM. / s Amazing ..;
Blue and sin Woody. SAr CAtnnt/f


INORBDIBNTBt s Circus of the Ottfll

NEW 15TH AVE. 1 4V4-0. can tuna fish Dash Tabasco touts I Non-Stop AcUonl

3 tabUip.ont each, finely lOVi-oi., can condensed cream AM to Sundownl
TO BE DEDICATEDOn chopped pimiento and grated of mushroom loup world only toll-dMncIng porpol$9lfa SIFT SHOP
1 cup water Bee"CAaCAa"and"Samba" SNACK IARCAMOU '
2Vi cups hot cooked Riceland 1 American U Jr '.;*... !
Sunday March 19, the Rico cup grated cheese. > wars btfJttfCflQUflRIUffl ; SHOP ...- I
businessmen and property own' ",

era of 15th ave., north of 62nd 1. Early In the day, break MBTHODl tuna into small pieces stir in onion, '1 shONE! MICE and uhlbltif covet i in .**
et., will dedicate the new 15th pimiento, Riceland Rice, Tabasco sauce. Pack liberal H cup come Nor-str eq art
ave.The of mixture into wet custard cup. Unmold into a greased shallow ON MICKKNBACKI
festivities will'begin at 2p.m. baking-serving dish. 2. Make 6 timbales, wetting the cup each (10 MIN9.tO.OP DOWNTOWN CAUIWAY MIAMI CMIdrin tndtr|FKCC
with a parade stnrtin" in time. Cover well and refrigerate. 3. At meal time mix together : ) I'14 halt ericaBARKLEY'S
the v'rtnltv of NorthwesternHigh mushroom soup and water and pour mixture over tirabnles. ......o'w_.... _. _
School and culminating Sprinkle on cheese. 4. Bake in pre-heated 350* F. oven 30 to
on 35 minutes, or until cheese bubble and browns Make 6
NW 15th ave. between 67th and luscious serving
68th streets where the program Riceland Rice is CUT-RATE STOREThe
a perfect partner for any meat vegetable, or
will be held at 3 p.m. The public fruit. Easy, too. No paring or peeling or washing. High in
is invited. energy value, low in cost, and non-peruhabio. Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
Mayor Robert King High, whoIs
not able to attend, ha! sent 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376The
his regrets However, vice Mayor F E t1 e oo
Henry L. Balaban will be the finest products at Cut Rate Prices

speaker. N.W lair w.y I*MTV*de. ewow.
President Rudy Levarlty JU t .tl< UMtl ..P.O.; V SUNDAY, APRIL 2 IS EASTER
completing all arrangements for R1ppxND i e.: set, StwHgwt Art. Easter Baskets
29c to $2.57
the program, which is being Easter
sponsored 'by the Greater Miami Rabbits $1.98 $2.99

Chapter of the National t Business Eggs, Coloring, EC.
League and the Business and ; ;t RICELAND Super Anahist Na al New Zyrooe 7 plus tJtO

Professional Men and Property "' ? RICE Spray ....._....._....._ Otis Father John) _
Owners. Association of 15th Ave 'Cy'H ,r Super Anahlst Medldne 1JB5 & 75o>><
The se'veUp' Bottling Co. VEJLY.1'UCf Tablets __ uSe & 63c Swamp Root 1.85: & TSo

and the Velda Ice Cream Co. iiili \, 'r OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY- 8 AM to 10 P.M.

will provide refreshments. Other JOHN A. McMINN. OwnerI
firms are being contacted. .

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i Oratorical I SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1961 PAGE,9 ;'. 1
Looking theSports i I

I Clarence I
at Carver High Benefit Dinner 14th ave. The affair is a bene- )
first prize in PartyA fit for the Queen Bee Rally of
World Oven: LEO .. ARMBRISTER district benefit dinner party will: be the Spiritual Guidance Templeof
Sunday I aeld on Saturday night, March Truth, 1740 NW 3rd are. I
.... YMCA, 6770 25, at 7:30: at the Liberty Mrs.\ Thelma Edmonson is the
The bright lights that 'flatter CARVER SPEEDSTERS. IN Lawrence spoke Square auditorium, 6306 NW sponsor. The public Is invited. I

ed this already brightly lighted AAV MEET Runners-up Negro And were : .... :;..- .16
resort In preparation for --
\ "Traz" Powell or'Car senior at 4
the championship heavyweight Coach er, a
fight, suddenly went out Mon- ret High Hornets gave word to who won second
this column that .three outstanding ert Smith, a I
when ,
night Floyd Patterson
proving to the world that he is; "',field and track men from his Washington who BtITY i;
the undisputed king of his domain team .are, competing upon invitation Judges were
In' the 18th AAU Meet at Van Dusen
was able to brush aside
two demoralizing knockdowns In Hollywood. The Optimist Club of Seng and ."ew !.NtAtat ;

the first round '. ,, Hollywood meet' is sponsoring the J.the Pleze University served OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. i

and take the ,- Coach Powell was well pleased ceremonies. ,
brunt of Inemar's ,to accept the Invitation as FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
out-put in the of ;if. this marks: the firsts;time, Negroes St. Agnes
power have been invited 'lo take part Someone. somehow
third, to unleashhis ,in :this meet;;tie la\also,.anxiousto Concert '
own power ''ShoW-Jolt|? !-his speedsters, who ,v was playing a
laden right at 2 Nape hems, up to now, ,:workingout A capaotty murderous game
minutes 45 seconds 'was thrilled to
Vlth the track team of the
of the 6th, University of Miami. the first annual with her love
thus putting an Competing will be Rudolph cred music and her
end to Johans i noon at St.
Cambridge who
regularly Is
son's wishful cocked at, 9:6.10: for 100 yards. Church, 1750
thln'dng: about becoming the Carlton Bethel, a freshman, doe Among
only other heavyweight to regainhis the 100 in 10 flat; Freddy program were!
crown. Johnson, who is Improving on ern High School
The fight, although not the his, 49.5 for the 440. L. Evans, ;
b'oody massacre these heavy- We advocate the support of T. Washington
weight type matches usually are, this affair It is a good start for Chorus, Mrs.
had vivid signs of a bruising the',promising. athletes of our, directress, the
content: (by both ,fighters---botb community.The from Miami Jac
had eyes;.that.-wereJ) 'closed, Vwith : place and time of the Joan Owens, : I C"
Jabs otc.dynamite J vrT meet Is. South Brdward Athletic Elizabeth: Franz :
.old Franz: '
Field at 3 p.m.DASEBALL .
There was a small dispute Dettman
about the referee's count being BACK IN lean Storr, "
short. This was quickly dispersed SPOTLIGHT vld Smith, I t ;

by the man who was beatable Baseball' had to wait until all Balaban
to end this unfavorable con the swinging and throwing of Carolyn Lamb, IA
troversy Ingemar himself.: ton Wright,
punches in the big fight was
The affair
Patterson was loud in his over before it could demand Its
nual event at
praise for the way he vas treat- tuft at bat in the limelight In. lots MYITta AIW C rsosuctlal
ed in these parts and who the parts; the fight being over -
knows we may have been nice mqre:: attention will be centeredon MYRNA toy.RODDy McDOWALL COLOR
enough to induce another heavyweight ,the doings of the diamond. TO ALL : I RtlEiuT,1MARIXAII NOUMA WMt.KUafl9tt
champ to dwell among The Orioles, Miami Stadium'sdrabving A course iu -$-. UD80 f
us. card, have not shown Spanish( Is now -----
too';much In ,their initial exhibition Brownsville: PLUS
The champ was sincere in hay. games, but that is not indic from 8 to 10 '
ing clarification to one aspect of tive of the team's standard. and Wednesday.
his career, which concerns fight Their decision to desegregate the course is $2.00.
Ing Sonny Liston, he will NOT stadium certainly does hold is the
fight Liston, that is until Liston, great favor with all in this partof formation,
associates are more of a respectful .the sports world. after 3:16 p.m.BOMES .
character. He will fight Lis This column has always con
ton or anyone else, whose personality tended that segregation was one
does not cast a shadowover of the down falls of the Miami Poltlel'I
the sport of boxing. We Marlins. Hop 1&. that this city COL OR
are all grateful to a clean.cut may ObtAin another franchise, so ,man J Yid .
young athlete the heavyweight that this' seemingly small faction ,Sea
champion the world Floyd: can be given a trial We
Patterson. be'len the much needed attendance -
will be boosted and base
LTSWO PREDICTSKNOCKOUT ball'will be given the go-sign I it
warrants from its many fans
During the past few weeks < JOHN MclNTIRE
Floyd Patterson has been most Heroines Palm AtINIVIRMlrM1TIRNATONAL MCTNRi
gracious in making everyone FR
who came in contact with him at Sunday ParadeThe
home; he was obliging in every Down
respect even to the point 'of put- Heroines of Jericho of $295, no
ting an early end to Ingemar's Dade County and surroundingareas
anxiety as to the outcome of the invite the entire Masonic no closing
fight. But this column was lfPecHlcally Family and friends to attend
remembered by the PaIli" Sunday: Parade and celebration SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY

champ when he wrapped up the ,,, March 26, 2 p.m. at 1148.64
Swede in the sixth' round this New liopePrlmlUve Baptist wwnrr
was the round, we got togetherand Church.CQrner 13th st. and 1st 2,
decided would be fitting to place, Rev. II. L. Samuel, pastorS S Susaran IS Sar

do the job in-thanks champ. + M25 1211 Liberty NW ; son o

-Christian Hospital Gets $1,426 From Game- 2390 Opa .41'1h ')

rif 1482 NE ;

North y \ GOND

111 c3,4.cotolbyPtWX.
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".'"t., ." PLUS -

.. : NOW
., 'i' \ I JAMES STEWART ,,



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and JOSEPH N. WELCH ss Judge Weaver.
The committee for ,the All- erous support in their efforts to
such a suc
Star Benefit Football Game for make the venture STARTS WEDNESDAY
the Christian Hospital reported cess. SAT. '

burnetnenta RroHA receipt amounted of $2,178.07.to 902O29ad DLs- Shown receiving chairman the check judge ihojpital MARCH BUN., 10 : "FACTS OF LIFE"
131.40 ts held In escrow! npjt.1tratDr Admtai* Robert ) ALSO -
leaving to the Institution: L. E. Thomas. The Sun.
i. C. Fnlhnotw Is at left. PATTERSON JOHANSSON FIGHT
'IC2d.88. wuu.mof urw ausdSazTuer -
of iCharles:
The principals and facnHlat: I O. Cohen of Northwest'ern PICTUREI
an the schools In Dade Otmiity the event *r Wo
the officials of the hospital, the County Principal's Sidney
Police officers and the public the Council Dade-Johnson photo. Poltlel'I I
gave unselfish service and gen

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: I' I
z Lucille Buffin, memberof AT HOLYREDEEMER
.. the Coral Gables-Univeratty
Association for the United Na '

tions, will lead the regular
weekly discussion at the Dab,'.
Center, 137 NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Beginning on Sunday at 8tOO:
the Josephlte Fathers will
Sunday, March 19. Her subject p.m.
conduct a Lenten Mission at
will be "One Universal
Everyone Is cordially Invited to Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic
Church NW 71st at. The
attend. Phone Miss Solomon, on
word "mission" is used by Cath
secretary, FR 1-5420, for fur
ther Information. olics to designate what Is often
called a "revival." Father John'

O'Shea of Washington, D. C.
Liberty City will conduct the services. Father

THE INCARNATION W. 68th St. and 15th Ave. O'Shea is a well known Catholic
preacher who has ,been devoting

I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 5th Sunday In Lent (Passion Rev. James Bouman will himself to this great spiritual

Sunday) speak on "Crime and Punish work for the past 21 years. A

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDAST. SUNDAY ment" at the Liberty City Luth- native of Brooklyn, Father

Church School . . t. 9:30 ran Church this Sunday. Ser O'Shea studied at Epiphany
Solemn Sung Mass . 10:45: vices are held in the breezeway Apotollc College, Newburgh,
BAPTISTRev. Jr. Sr. EYC Meet . 5:00: of the Carver YMCA, NW 58thst. N.Y., St. Joseph's Seminary and
There will be no Evensong. at 15th ave. at 3 p.m. every the Catholic University of

Rev. J;. A. Culmer, pastor E. M. Thomas, pastor TUESDAY Sunday, Sunday School Is a 2 America at Washington. Whl'e

Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter Phyllis Myers, reporter Acolyte Rehearsal . 5:00 p.m.Rev. his assignments and travels have

Sunday School . . .9:45 Sunday School . . 9:30: St. Cecelia Choir Rehearsal 8:30: Walter Pinnt co-pastor, taken him into most of the

Morning worship . 11:01)) Morning Service . . 11:00: WEDNESDAYLow Is leading the Adult Bible Cass: country this will be his first

Evening worship . . 7:30 Evening: Service . . 7:00 Mass . . . .6:30: in ,a study of the' teachings of appearance in the Miami area.
Choral Litany . . 8:00 the Lutheran Church. The public This mission is particularly for
Two infants were baptized on Sunday we celebrated our 2nd FRIDAY is Invited or call WI 7.19313 'he members of Holy Redeemer

Sunday morning, after a touching Youth Day. The speaker for the Low Mass . . . .6:30: for further Information.ST. Church, but all members of
sermon delivered by the horning was Mrs. V. Gainey. Stations of the Cross . ..8:00: other faiths are Invited to share
Rev. 11. V. Stuart. At 3 p.m. we had'a program Christ
Events: On Sunday in this great spiritual experience.
Our pastor has not been in the vith many different choirs apt Church and The Incarnation PAUL A. M. E.

best of health a few weeks but :earlng on it. We thank everyone'or Third Annual
wl:1 have their Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor SPIRITUAL BAPTIST
be brought a strong message the cooperation that they Services at Christ -
Lenten Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter
Sunday night. We pray that' the gave us. The program was a big Church, Hibiscus and Williams, Sunday School . . 9:30( Tuesdav night of th's week

Lord will restore his health com success. Coconut Grove. Morning Worship . 11:00 the pastor will be the guest

p.etely. We recently celebrated the The combine choirs of both Evening Wornhip . . 7OT: -T>,<'aker at New Mt. ZIon Baptist
Visitors are always welcome. castor's birthday at his home. "The Cruci Church
churches will sing Our second quarterly conference In Homestead where the
Let us pray for the sick. He received lots of gifts which fixion" by Stainer. was one of the ,best. Our' people of Mt. ZIon are observingthe

:le was very grateful. Cars will leave the church at presiding elder, F. A. Allen. .Beginning anniversary of the pastor.
Bethel Apostolic Temple Patricia Moseley is very ill In 6 p.m. Please beon time to get a Friday night and closing Rev. H. W. Moss.
also Sis. Rivers Is
he hospital,
2310 NW 68th St. her home. We are praying ride.Lookl Sunday with an Inspiring On Sunday night the
11 at A Fashion Show and sermon. Sunday evening the pastor
Rev. D. L. Akins, pastor for both' of them to have a presentation of Miami's Ten Best missionaries had a very lovely will be the guest speaker at

Our fourth Anniversary services jpeedy recovery. Dressed Women sponsored by program In the' Interest of Men's Westminster Baptist Church In
will be held March 20, the Saints Ann-Margaret Chapterof Day Liberia. The Rev. N. Sears Ls t'he

thru 26. There will be a guest Church of The Open Door the ECWI. Date, time to be Sunday night the presiding pastor.

speaker each night and plenty oi announced. older confirmed all stewardsand We are looking forward to the
good singing. Come and enjoy stewardess. The confirmation singing contest between the
feast with Rev. H. C. McDowell pastorA. BAPTISTRev. choirs of our church and New
the spiritual TEMPLE
your was very impressive Stewardess I
E. McNeal, reporterThe
Bethel Church in May.
friends. Services will begin each Board No 4 rendered an Baptist
night at 8 p.m.FRIENDSHIP. Lenten Breakfast, a first L. A. Thompson, pastor after service program featuring Rev. Ernest Williams Is the pas''
for the Church of the Open Door Sunday School 9:30: as their guest the St. Paul tor. Further announcements wi 1

M. BAPTISTRev. was quite a success and was en Morning worship 11:00 6:30 Male Chorus from Coconut be made later.CHRISTIAN.

toyed 'by members and friends. BTU Urove.
W. E. Sims, pastor The Fellowship did much toward Evening worship 7:00: Visit St. Paul, the friendly SCIENCE

Si,. Huby Lee Carr, reporter bringing us closer as a church This Saturday afternoon No. 2 church. Please don't forget the
Sunday School ................... 9:30 I 'amily. and shut'lns.ANTIOCH Christian Science Society, NW
dinner sale at sick
choir will have
Morning worship ................ 11:00: Unlimited" April 6 lia Miami, holds Its services .every
"Talent the' home of president, Mrs. M.
Evening service .................... 7uu calendar as the Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T.
BTU . . . . 6:30 must on your Dorsey Jun Hall, 1575 NW 67th St. BAPTIST Washington School. Testimonial
Shuroh' presents the Sunday March 26 will mark
:: metings are held once a month.
Sunday, March 19, we will have for High Chorus, directed by W. the termination ol the annual Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor the last Wednesday in each
service In our mom 9. Johnson, the North Dade contest between the men and Rachel B. Pratt, reporter
ordination month at 8 Indf
One of our most Symphony Orchestra, directed by women of Temple Every loyal Sunday School . . 9:30 p.m.
ing worship. Dro. Booker T. H. McCall and the Cooker T. member is putting forth every Morning'Worship . . 11:00

Smart proven will servans be ,ordained deacon Washington drama group, directed effort to make this another dayto BTU . . .-. . 5:30 I) : New Providence Baptist ..
Evening Worship . 7:00
and the pastor will deliver the by Leroy Washington. be remembered. Sunday School . .. 11:00:
sermon. Come and worship These talented groups will Coming! Beginning Palm Sun The Deaconess Hoard under Morning Service . . 11:00

with us. You are always welcome.PROVIDENCE bring Miamians an evening of day night a one-week revival the leadership of Mrs. Dora BTU . . . ..... I 6:30)
rich, cultural entertainment. Tic will be conducted by the Rev. Lundy, cordially Invites you to I Evening Service . . 7:30
NEW M. B. kets for students and adults are Ethel Hunter (Mother Ethel). attend its anniversary services,
available from any member ol She arrived from the Bahamas'
Friday night March 17 at 8 MT. AARON BAPTIST
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor the church. last week on her vacation. p.m. and Sunday afternoon at 3p.m.
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter Friends are always welcome to The Rev. Hunter is president 6340 N.W. 18th Ave.
Sunday School ..._.._............... 9:30: worship with us at our 11 a.m of the Women's Missionary and Rev. C. W. Scott pastor

YPB band 6:30 service. Educational Convention auxiliary The pastor will speak from Dea. Earl Golden. clerk

Morning Service .................... 11:00: to the Baptist General, Convention the subject during the morning Sunday School....................... flJC
Evening Services .................... 7:30: ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. of the Bahamas, pastor worship, "A Fix Heart" (Psalm Morning Worship ................ 11:01

BTU ..................._................... 5:30 and district missionary worker, 108.1)). At the evening worshiphis BTU ....................................._... 5:00
BTU . . . . 6:30 J. W. Stephens, pastorM. and a consecrated Christian subject/ will be "The Fatal Kvening: Worship .... ......_... ':80
T. Copeland, reporter Night" (Daniels 15:30.) Proper meeting Tuesday... 8:00
To all 'of our friends and visitors Sunday School ................ .... 9:45 leader. On March 14 she observed

our Women's Day program BTU ........................................... :5:30: the 50th anniversary of her 2>> 2 2222 ..... ='":::r -T'F A-
will be held the fourth Sundayin Morning Service ...-... ........ 11:00: call to the ministry.
March at Northwestern High Prayer meeting will be held AVON IS CALLING
School. We Invite you to coma, Services will follow the usual next week Monday to Wednesday

also you are always welcome in procedure on Sunday. The No. 2 night in preparation for the IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD THROUGH. TV
our services at all times. usher board will be selling din meeting. The public Is Invited.

Let us continue In prayer for ners at the church Saturday, .

our sick members. March 18, also barbecue Friday NEW BETHEL BAPTIST

and Saturday nltes. They are See the AVON representative in your
thanking you In advance for 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN stopping by for your dinner or Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor neighborhood and turn spare time to money

Beacon Fred Williams, reporter
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. der.The No. 2 usher board will Sunday School . . 9:30: Call FR 1-6408
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
School 9:30 celebrate its third anniversary on Morning worship . 11:00
Sunday the fourth Sunday, March 26 at Evening Service . . 7:00 !J !' .a-2<<- (! e2 c: e ? 11111111111 J'
Morning Service 11:00
3 p.m. You are invited.
Evening Service . . 7:00: Let us continue In prayer for The Pulpit Aid Board will
Wed. Night Study . 8:15 our sick and shut-Ins. celebrate its 1st anniversary on
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. Sunday evening at 3 o'clock.

There will ,be a large program
We are de'l hted to have the ST JAMES AME CHURCH for the enjoyment of all who LINCOLN ESTATES

Rev. Julius Scipio, pastor of the Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor. attend.

Presbyterian Ascension Chapel In Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter Saturday, March 18 the junior
I Ft. Lauderda.e: to bring us the Sunday School 9:40: usher board is having a sale at o
message this Sunday morning, Morning worship 11:00 the church. The public Is Invit
I March 19. Leading In morning ed.
Evening worship 7:00
1 devotions will be the Rev. J. C.
An invitation Is extended to
Thompson. Members and visitorsare WHY RENT ?
encouraged to come out and our many friends to worship withus TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince
Sunday at which time
share In this memorable occa C. Mobley, pastor
Tribe Rally will terminate. At
I elon. the 11 o'clock service the pastor Sis. C. McKinney, reporter 3-BEDROOMS SOME GARAGES
:School: of Wisdom . 10:00:
will deliver the
I Rev. Savoy will fill Rev. message. Choir
lo's pulpit this Sunday Sclp- No. two will render spiritualand Y. P. E. Band . . 6:30
Evening worship . . 8:00:
gospel music.At .
and then will return to bring the
As Low $250
evening message! for the congre the 7 p.m. service Rev. The South Florida Singing

gation of Grace. Drown and congregation of New Union will render a program at

The evening service of last Hope Baptist Church will worship the church. on Sunday eveningat
Sunday, directed by the Womenof with us and have charge of 3 o'clock. There Is no admission Prices from $9,300

the church, was uplift the service The captains of the The public Is invited.Don't .
ing. The play "The various Tribes will make their forget the broadcast
Challenge of : '
The Cross," showed us that a report, and It is hoped that each each Sunday morning at 8:45: $62.00 per month pays everythingV;
Christian who would perseverefor member will do his or her part, until 9 o'clock on radio station ,
Christ must be humble. Let and help to make this effort a WMBM. .
us have more of these creative success. The members and friends of See the three bedroom model at
our church are happy to
programs In the future.
have our pastor and his wife
10835 S.W. 221st Street Goulds
GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. back home with us after a short ,
SMYRNA BAPTIST meeting In Daytona Beach.
Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor

1772 NW. 62nd St. Mrs. Jenette Falson, reporter DeCarlo Homes Inc. HI 4-4681

Morning worship . 11:00 Sunday School ....................... 9:30: ,
Evening worship I. 7:30 Morning Worship ................. 11:00:
Rev. J. A. Swain, pastor Evening Worship .........._..w 7:00 Advertise! It Pays! ------ -- -- .

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Helene Curtis Cites State Student NEA quality teachers. Activities art
planned to give student mem
:' ro, Miami BeauticiansNine To Meet Here bers leadership skills In confer
ences, delegates assemblies, and '.
Florida beauticians are Students, sponsors and consultants workshops. A panel discussionhas 1
I : 'kW scheduled to receive Advanced from colleges of the state been planned on the GALS -i.?
i 'j aI Training Awards from the Helene will converge on Miami March of Student NEA and its relation i
I Curtis Institute of Advanced 30. The occasion will be the ship to the organized profession. ,:
- p Hair Sty'ings, according to opening of the annual State i
Richard L. Syoen, Helen Curtis Leadership Conference sponsored i
- Director of Special Markets. Jointly by the F'orlda State J. F. DEAL STUDIO
___ Miami beauticians being 'hon i Teachers Association and the Phone FR 4-3034
_____ ored by the company are: Mrs. National Education Association. 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Joyce Alexander and Mrs. E:- Prof F. W. Hinson, state sponsor -
mira Taylor of Taylor's Beauty for Student NEAl states that We' copy and enlarge pictures of
Shop; Miss Babara Brooks, of response from all colleges: in-
Serena's Beauty Shop, Mrs c'uding junior colleges has been your loved ones at half price. We
Glady's Carter of Carter's* Beauty tremendous. make all kinds of pictures.

Shop and Euegene Ramp of Student NEA means more *.......**...........*...............'*....-
a fig Coconut Grove
= <:" <:" I!! -:- '!': ..
- - - - - - -
x In announcing the honors
Syoen called the Institute's
1:' py 6Ka Award a "Seal of confidence." ANNOUNCEMENT
It shows he stated "that the

_.:: ._... : .: operator 'has been trained by .
Helene Curtis experts In the
TOP DCT SPELLER from donated by the Ft. Lauderdale modern Ever-Perm method of
Key West to Ft. Pierce among chapter of the Phi Beta Sigma chemical curl relaxation that
the DCT Clubs in this area, fraternity where the annual this company is teaching all over
which make up the 4th Districtof meeting was held at Dillard the world. It also assures the
the Fla. State Association of High The winning word was customer that she can have con-
DOT Clubs, Is Eva Mae Collins. "mayonnaise." Two students, fidence in the' operator Into 44th Physicians Assistant Class
She is an 11th grade student. In each from Ft. Pierce, W. Palm whose care she entrusts her

the DCT program of North Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. My hair A special program of Medical Training for all women
Dade High School of which Daniel ers, Key West, Goulds Coconut
R. Francis is coordinator.She Grove, Miami (BTW and North Attention All Vets (ages 17 to 45) with limited education who seek
is shown holding: the trophyshe western) participated in the Bee.
more earning and increased prestige.
The American Legion William
won. Eva Mae is an A student in DCT
and the daughter of Mr. and Henry Bethel Post 13o. 281
Trophies for all events were I Mrs. Tommie L. Collins. Is urging all veterans to join us Beginning March 21
I In Richmond Heights and let's
I make this a strong community.We .
I I are still working and having 0 Day and Evening Classes
Y.M. FORUM Dt. Elks Annual I our Saturday night affairs eitherIn
the Center or at the home ofa 0 Small Weekly Payments
CelebrationDt. Legionnaire. Also we are asking
SUCCESSFULThe WilhelmenU Johnson each and everyone to come 0 Air Conditioned Class Rooms
out to our tournament which
first annual YMCA Fam Temple Reporter will be each Friday night at 8:00 0 Free Lifetime Placement ServiceTo
ily Forum come to an end last Dt. Elks of Greater Miami at' the home of Joseph Steward
Sunday before an enthusiasticgroup. Temple 769 are very pleased post commander, 14660 Fllmore all graduatesNightingale
The four
week series
was with the sale St.
of tickets for their i
opened Feb. 5 and closed March anniversary celebration that will For further information con
5 with Dewey Knight, social convene Friday, March 24 in tact Joseph Stewart Edward
worker of Kendall Homes", dls the Harlem Square Ballroom. Hanna Jr., or Murray James Jr., CollegeFR
cussing "Family Relations. Several charming young ladies chairman of publicity INDF
The forum was designed to '
have been appointed aa hostesses.
meet the current needs of indi 3-1675
viduals in this changing society. The Brothers from Greater MI- Insure. your salary
The four topics covered by ami Lodge 1113 will be there to \4',
this year's forum were: greet the guests and usher themto Men.- $100, per week 265 N.W. 5th Street Miami, Fla.
their respective tables.
"The Smart Way to Buy a Women $50 per week
House," three consultants from :Make your reservation now by
the Miami Board of Realtors honing' Dt. Sarah Smalley, FR HI 6-2516, Life of Florida
served as lecuturers; "Law For 3-3898 for upstairs, Dt. Ger
Laymen," with Howard Dixon, trude Saunders, FR 9.2971 for
attorney for the Civil Liberties downstairs.The .
Union, and "Jobs New Fieldsof
Employment," with Harry A. Dt. Ruler) Ellen Taylor, SOCLEAN: !
expressed her
Wheatley of the Greater Miami gratitude to the
Urban League, serving as lecturer chairman and hard working
daughters for the Interest they
have manifested.
Music for the series was fur-
nlsrhed by Mrs. Harolean Storr, Sorrowfully we announce the .
Northwestern High School Quln- passing of Dt. Mae Lasslter who .
tett, Mt. Tabor Male Chorus and was funerallzed on March 9 at I -
Dorsey Choral group. Other par 4pm. from Greater Bethel
ticipants on the programs were AME Church. We will never for
Mrs. Bonnie North, Melvin Jack get Dt. Lasslter. Only think of
son and Robbie Wright. her as absent.
The daughters are preparingto
The financial sponsors of the attend the annual State Convention
Family Forum were Robert that will be held in Ft.
Clark, Livingston Adderly, Arthur Lauderdale. All daughters are to
II. Dorsey, George Stirrup, urged to attend since its Just
Fernley Taylor, Benny O'Berry, over the fence.
Edward Wilkinson, Willie:
Littles, Alonzo Byrd, James Our District Deputy Marie M.
Hall Wilbur Kelley, Elwyn White is making plans to attend ,
Barnes, James A. Sllva, John H. the annual Baptist Women convention
Anderson, Alphonso Sharpe, that will convene at
Roger WllMamfc! Eddie Wilson, Shlloh Baptist Church in Jack
Robert Jackson, Winfred Dor- sonville early In April.She' ,
sett, Rev. Marlon ,
Shell, James )
raising funds through .
Monroe ,'
Amos Fludd, Walter
the sale of rummage to support '
McDaniel, Calvin Marks, Clif 't'
ford the committee of which she I is
Lowery, Chester Home and
C. Howard. chairman of Juvenile Delinquency.
The Forum Committee con- .
sists of Miss Helen M. Dorsett, The daughters will worshipat
Mr. and Mrs Farley B. Neai- some church on the fourth
man Terry Parker and Arlington Sunday in April. The place of
Sands, chairman. worship will be announced later.


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children. Friends may call at the
In sad but loving memory1 of chapel. ,' : '
12 MARCH 18 1961
sad but loving memory of ..
; our beloyed,, husband and father, ,

''i my husband, __ ..'L.. >Mrs Pernella"Brown of 1537
.. ... .. .
--- ------ --- ------ 6th ,
I NW placerdied; March' 13
CARDS MEMORIALS She' is survived by seven daughters
; -
Mesdames Hattie Walker,
Vanl'la Mayo, Ruth Logan, Ann

t Turner, Lillian Swain, Elizabeth
I 1 Edwards, Nettle Jones, ten
MEMORI& ?!!f. =t grand children and two great
I grand children. Final rites for
I Mr. Sylvester Lassiter and In sad but loving memory of .J, .
Mrs. Brown will be held
Mrs. Odessa Adams and family our wife and sister, I Sundayin
Pelham, Ga.
I wish to express their many alb'd '
thanks to the Range Funeral

I .' J Home, the Rev. S. A. Cousin, sgkq ,rE
pastor ot Greater Bethel AME '

} Church, Daughter Elks, friends ,fit E : ;;
and neighbors of 15th ave., 65th ,
St., 14th' court, 53rd St., and to
friends al. over for their various 4 ,
? f
The cards brought
consolation, the beautiful flowers -
2269 NW 57th, at., Miami, E
j left a lasting affection, and t who departed this life March.. 15, ,
1 your kind services meant so very 1959. j .

much that any words from us (Gladys Hicks, wife ii :
could not explain our complete ;
Seven sisters _
gratefu.ness to each of you. One Brother

-... .
Your warm kindness and courtesies
contributed tremendouslyIn MR. ROGENE MILTON

helping to fill our emptiness.Our IN MEMORIAM ,''who departed this life March 20,

loss was a great loss but 1958. ..'
none that we would not hope to In.loving_memory._ of Asleep in Jesus! peaceful .rest, ''1'
-' '-- -' "' blestNo
tear, for your prayers and Whose waking is supremely 14 .
thoughtfulness have been of a -'f. 3 t rvLt fear, no woe shall dim that xo ,J

beneficial nature. hour,
May God bass: and sustain you. r" That manifests the Saviour's A

If we can In any way be useful to power. I
4 you, kindly call on us. The Milton and Gray


;' CARD OF THANKS yho passed away March 15, !> Mrs. Ctfrrle Gilbert of 179,3
R 19 60. May 8hv rest Itl'r rbeaCe. ; NW' B2nd Bt., mother of 'Mrs.
Eugene Harris, husband Eunice Liberty died
I We, the family of the late
;, And Family In memory of my dear depart She was a native of Columbia,
ed husband, S.C., and lived here for 30 years:
who passed this Ate March 1
on ,
WILLIAM H. WATSON Services will be hpld Saturday in
1961 and was laid to rest March who departed this life March .17. Greater Bethel AME Church at
4 would like to take this
oppor May he rest in peace and may 4 p.m. Other survivors Include
tunity to express our sincere loving remembrance of our : r .Ight perpetual shine upon him. three sisters. Mesdames Odessa
thanks and appreciation to the dear wife and mother, r
Mrs. Helen Watson, wide Smith, Annie Patterson Roa
many friends who were so kind .-'- _.., _" -a.". ..."...._ _........._._......__... And Family Davis, brother ,
and Fk : a Rev. Ch: r s
during our Watson and two grandson?.
hours of bereavement.
Many Friends
may call at the chapel
tanks:: for cards, telegrams, until funeral time.
f owers and cars from friends. DEATHS
Special: thanks to the Range Peter Jenkins
Jr., of 1536 NW
Funeral Home, Elder Paul Go.t .
5th court died March 15. He is
latt and the members of the -
survived by his wife, Mrs. Sally
Church of God in Christ ElderJ. Jenkins
a 'brother Eddie, six
t C. Jackson, pastor. J. W. JACKSON Francis sisters, Mesdames Marie Jenkins,
To remember the words of the Loving thoughts and memories Eliza Push, Luvenia Jenkins
r.1 Lord Jesus, how he said It is remain of a beautiful' life. I more blessed to give than to receive Mrs. Mattie Jackson 16th at., apt. 2 died March 5, Laura Bell Jenkins, an aunt. ,
Acts 20:35.: May the Lordb And Family Services March 11 at St. Mark Arrangements are Incomplete.
ess everyone of you. Missionary Baptist Church. Sur-

Mrs. Elsie Jackson, sister vivors Include her husband, Mrs. Georgia Taylor of 5804

Mrs. Willie M. Scott, Dght. 'M I'yi Charlie, a daughter. NW 12th ave., apt. A, died
t a Otis Falson, son IN MEMORIAMIn March 16. She is 'survived by

Ten grandchildren, Mrs. Sarah Jane Miller of 219 hr husband, Leroy, a sister,
) Five great grands and a sad but loving memory of NW 10th St., apt) 6 died March Mrs. Ovetta Jarrett and two

I host of relatives ,our dear mother and grandmother : 9. Services Saturday at 2 'p.m. at brothers. Arrangements are Incomplete

\ Temple Baptist Church. The .
: IN MEMORIAMIn MRS. MARGARET E. HIGGS body will be .on view Friday af

who departed this life March 19, ternoon. Survivors are three Baby Garrett, son of Mr.

sad but loving memory of wr, 1960. grand daughters, Mary A bury, and Mrs. Billy Garrett of 1470
our dear husband and brother, % Jesus keep me near the cross Nora Shaw, Earnestlne Smith. a NW 61st st., was stillborn March
There a precious fountain grandson, Earnest Miller 13. Burial was March 16.
HENRIETTE THOMAS Free to all a healing stream

May your soul rest in peace. Flows from Calvary's mountain. Calvin West, 2056 NW 5th ave. Baby Boy Norw od, son of Mr.
Sleep on my darling mother. Mrs. Miriam Pratt, daughter died March 11. Services will be and Mrs. George Norwood of
( You will never be forgotten. You Mrs. Marguerita Whittle, held Saturday In the chapel at 4725 NW'32nd av., died March
1 AW are missed very badly in our grand daughtej 2:30: p.m. The body will be on 11. Burial March 16.

home. Someday we will Join Josephus Pratt, grandson view in the chapel Friday afternoon

J you over there. Edwin Pratt, grandson survivors: : a son J. u., ,>

x Sleep on my darling, sleep on Harry Pratt, grandson sisters, Mrs. Pearlier Malf Reid House of
: : H. Albert.
we love you but God loves you Mrs. Leona Clements aridLMrs, .
more. Sarah Bailey; two brothers,
; Rev. E. M. Thomas, husband IN MEMORIAMIn Islah Jones and Clarence Jones. Washington Williams of 2140
Opa Locka was
Thomas daughter '
Sally ,
funera.Ized !in the chape March
Dazy Lewin, daughter sad, but loving memory of ,Little Georgia Lovlda Calay of 14 at 4 p.m., Rev. P. W. Wil
Charlie Thomas, son our dear mother 1320 NW 61st st., apt. 6 died liams officiated.

And a'.l: your friends -_._ -_._ _..,------- -_.._.._ March 8. Services were held
$ March 14 in the chapel. Survivors Jeffery Starks 3
a months old
IN MEMORIAMIn I include: her parents Mr. apd. jon of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonza

Mrs. Ivory D. Colay. jtarks of 2155 NW 5th ave.,
loving memory of our dear (" tied March 8. Chapel services
mother and daughter, Baby Cheryle Antoinette Johnson were conducted March 10.
MARY JOHNSON JOYCE daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

who departed this life March 6, Henry Johnson, 100 NW 11th et.,
1955. apt. 3 died March 12. Services! Mrs. Viola Lock who lived at

Gone, but not forgotten. held in the chapel March 15. ( 2218 Charleston St., Ho lywood,
Sleep on and take your rest. .evl March 13. Ho was a tenth -

... ---,- .- From your loving daughter, Doretha and Dorothy Wright grader at Attucks High School.
eon and mother, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Services will be March 20 at 2
v REV. J. C. JOHNSON June and Fred Johnson \ Henry Wright of 14340 Carver p.m. at New Jerusa em Baptist

I., who departed this life on March Edith Johnson ; Drive, Richmond Heights, died Church Her survivors Include
20, 1947. Feb. 28 and March 3. Graveside I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reafus

Gone, but not forgotten; IN MEMORIAMIn services 'held March 8, Lock, two sisters! seven broth
May he rest in peace and light era The body will be on view 2

1 perpetual shine upon him. s' p.m. Sunday.
Mrs. Marion Johnson, widow sad but loving memory of .' Range >>
The Johnson Family our dear husband and father, r .
MR. JOSEPHUS PRATT SR Edward Roberts of 11295 SW

i ...... who departed this life March 17, 216th St., Goulds died March 8. REDUCING! ,

IN MEMORIAMIn 1955. Arrangements are ,incomplete. *
"O Master let me walk with thee Lose 10 inches in 30 days

In lowly paths of service free, James Smith of 1369
memory of our dear mother, Tell me thy secret help bear &M The secret of HOW can be
MRS. HATTIE H. BEVERLY me a..l a NW 69th St., died March 8. He
who departed this life March 12, The strain" of toll, the fret of MRS. CARNETTA PEARL was employed as a cook at At yours for lifDon't '
\ 1955. care. MORLEYwho kiss Sundry. Services were held
Mrs. Miriam Pratt wife Delay Register !!
Wednesday in the Church of
The loving memories we have died on March 11, 1957.
for her, will never fade away. Mrs. Marguerita Whittle. May he rest in peace. Gone, God. lie is survived by his mother Call Mrs. E. Tynss
We love her but God loves her daughter but not forgotten. Mrs. Rinah Smith and asia-
Josephus Pratt, Jr., son Mother thou wast mild and love ter, Mrs. Rose, ,Johnson. NA 1-0470 OX 1.1766
best.The Fred PrAtt. son

family Edwin Pratt, eon 1 ir, Alex Bul'ard of 1320 NW nit EASY METHOD '
Mrs. Cassle Newman, Dght. Gentle as the summer breeze
Ben Beverly, son Harry Pratt, son Pleasant as the air of evening, .t.. died March 9. Services were SCHOOL OF CHARM
Six grandchildren When it floats among the trees.. held Thursday. He Is survived by

15 great grandchildren a sister, Mrs. Mellnda Hlppard; 1540 N.W. 62nd St.
TV NOT WORKING? Mrs. Virginia Newbold,
'1 -
great, great grandchild .
: daughter Mrs. Estella Loot of 1454 A*

'I .. I. If you live In Liberty City or Roosevelt Morley, son NW 1st place: died March 12
.. ... Brownsville we will' repair your Mrs. Alma Smith, sister Services will be held Saturday at

( JOIN THE NAACP TV on credit. Pay weekly.: Free Roosevelt Newbold, grandsonAnd 1 p.m. In St. John Baptist I
estimate Call OX 19426. indf other relatives Church. She is survived by a son, Advertise! It Pay.rTHE !


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unfurnished, store and refrigerator :' t.....
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3-BEDROOM HOUSE, Florida ,'
room, enclosed porch 'Very nice S.',JL,, 4:'
and reasonable. Also four room v ,3 A
house. Light and water furnish" *.' *
ed. Owner at 2220 NW 61st at. ,' '\,
s March ISonly. Phone MU 15740. ; '
c ;,
FURNISHED Efficiency apt. All '. i
I modern conveniences. $13.50 per :(
week. Near 2 bus lines. Ca.l OX' ." '. r.t
13523. : ;
NICE, QUIET housekeeping room ,
for rent.. 6211 NW 22nd Ct. PL.

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AGAIN! IMiamlans t Husband." ... ,'
who missed the first The io- -t
'cast for the 'production ,is CITY OF MIAMI CIVIL
and second presentations of Medea, Willie Mao CummIngs; SERVICE -
"Media" way make up for this the' Nurse, Johnnie Speight; the FOR SALE FOR RENTHOUSE Competitive Exams for:
loss by' attending the 'third performance Tutor, Clarence Boyklns; Jason, PRISON," GUARD: $314 and $11,
,oh March 23 in the Roland ,Benson; Aegeua/fJ o 'h n DO YOU WANT a bargain? On AT 7119 NW 20th ave. 40 hour week Dade: County resident -,
school's auditorium. This performance Pryor; ,Creon" Fred Fora: First account of sickness price reduced Six rooms, hot and cold water one year. Age: 30-49. Height
is the result of popular Woman ;jf of Corinth; ;$,yvonne $2,000 for quick sale. $500 enclosed porch. Charles Hudson and Weight: Minimum 5'8", 145
demand and is being sponsored Spotford; Second Woman of down. Full price 11000. House, OX 1.0624 or OX 16576. lbs maximum 6'3", 220 IDA IIlgh
bv Mt Harmon AME Church in Corinth, Betty Tucker; Atten 2 bedrooms and two apartments school education or equivalent.
Opa Locka, dants, Marsha Taylor and Ruby all furnished. 1044 NW 64th St. DON'T MISS THIS. Lovely house Experience In supervisory work
Capacity crowds, filling: the Doyle. for refined famllv. New co'ored may be substituted for education
auditorium for the Feb. 14 and CDS ONE BEDROOM House at neighborhood. $25 per week. with maximum substitution of
15 presentations of the. p'ay Scene "Medea": Left to 6140 NW 19th ave. Hot water, 'Will sell $100 down. NE 6-5566. two years. One year experienceIn
made another first for one of right are Betty Tucker, Shirley good location, amall down pay- ( work supervising men and
Mhml's newest and most pro. nolle and Yvonne Spotford as ment, balance' like rent. N. S. HOUSE. Spacious bedroom F.orida: driver's license required.
g"pCstv high dchools North he Women of Corinth; Roland Songer, owner, 1930 NW 24th, home, porch and carport refrigerator Only United States citizens apply
Dalt,. High. I Henson as Jason; Willie: Mack ct. M26 and stove. 1898 NW 53rd before March 30, 3318 Pan-
Tickets are available at North Cummings aa "Medea" and I St. American Drive. Veterans bring
pide. For* advance ttc'tet8 call Toftnnle Ruth Speight u. the I photostat of discharge.
NA 1.0536 or NA 1-0537 from nurse. FURNISHED ROOM for respectable
1: "t: .'fOR, ,SENTIR people. OX 17765. LOST WAUJ2T
7,30: a.m. to 4QO: p.m. .
!P! I / 2 have dropped wallet
I \ jt;. 'J.t.. ; t'i' i :,: J may my
WiUIft '! Cummings> Johnnie' p Rail.r. der rG1tb11 ,n: OOA1'':, aparuxel1tavaHable '2-BEDROOM! DUPLEX Ruth Speight and'R01and Ben af this time. It Is immaculately Mrs. Remelda D. Williams 6351
3147 Mundy St., Coconut
son star. In the two-act play which Plan Dance clean: Only $18.00P Grove. MO 76660. NW 20th ave., or at Jerry'aDeauty
'ii freely adapted from theM .ea.se call FR 7.1206, 1851 Shop, 1525 NW 62nd st
"( ea of Euripides by RobInson The Railroaders Club made' NW lat court or call Rev. ROOM. Men only. Call after 4 If found please call me at OX
J"ffers. I 4 'JP'of, train employees of the two Howies, sister, Mrs. Bullard after p.m. PL 8-4164, 1081 NW 61st 1-1662 or OX 11895.
Jack BMl In his Miami Herald railroads running into Miami, 5 p.m. OX 17964. M18 st. .
cAiumn' "Thn Town Crier stated iret'planning their annual Spring
'Some kids will tacke: anything"! Dance for Friday, March 31 in 2'BEDROOM APT. Partly furnished LOOKING FOR a clean furnishedroom II13Y! LOOK I
The mood of the play' war 'he Fiesta Room of the Mary modern, adult, 729 NW with kitchen privileges. In LEE' LAUNDRY AND CLEAN.
sustained throughout with thr .: Officers Hotel. 66th terr., MU 1-0325 or PL quiet place, but not in private ER has reopened under new
nagn'ficent characterizations of of the club are: R. W. 11764. home Call OX 1-4864. management. One-day service at
the North Dade Thespians.The Donaldson, president: H. Y. no extra charge. 6115 NW 14th
'egend of Medea has beer Williams, vice; D. W. Wilson, BEDROOM COTTAGE near 7th 3-BEDROOM HOUSE. FR ave. J. E. Boges, Prop., Virginia
treated in six languages as drama secretary; W. E. Thompson, bus- ave. Call OX 18307. 37830. Boone, Mgr.

opera, poetry, even as a do ness manager; M D. Shell, _. .._ '
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mestic burlesque for Victorian -hdlrman of board; Southern .IIILJDIL 111I uw 1ItiJI(WU1lU.1JI llTi Wi ilHI.11:1UJUL.wUWUliJL.""'.l1U: WlL1Ut Milt '"" ""1 u.IL uu; lLU.1I.U u.u uu; Wi UUIIl...
audiences entitled: 'Medea, or the Smith, treasurer and Jim Gordon
Best of Mothers with Brute of a sergeant at arms. I
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To Meet at FAMU of Promotion and
U c s Publicity, Greater Miami Urban
I Tallahassee Florida ,A and League, 395 NW Flnrt 8t, H.
M College will be boat to the Allen Wheatley Jr., vocational
,, r1 Southern Regional Convention services aecretary. Phono FH
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.\ through April 1. De'e- '
March 31
; ; r gates will concentrate their attention Console operator
r; on the convention theme, Tabulating: Equipment Operator

.t;.I r, 'Facing a New Era Through Drirer (public welfare. vehicle) ,
i' i' I t 1 1S Progressive Chapter Programs.! Credit Supervisor
p Engineering Draftsman "
Under the direction of the
% d d general chairman, Her. M. (}. Cashier
':' f fI' Miles, convention activities will Police Officer"
get under way March 31 following Clerk
registration in the 'Student Jail Steward
Union Building, with a Police Complaint Officer
a a. breakfast SesM 0 J1''. Greetings+ to Recreation Leader
the delegates will be extendedby Electronic Technician
the president of the Univer Parks Services Supervisor

airy, Dr. George W.' Gore Jr., (Catering Services) .
,i 'o'f. the presidents of the graduateand

',." ... undergraduate chapters
y Gamma Mu Lambda and Beta
,. Nu, respectively, Dr. Walter Beautiful Home on
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LdiW ,, chapter, John Boyd and the
Southern Regional Director,
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THE H MAS1IN..FEBR the opening session will be de Std

I ARY Daby Contest that was THE ;MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA livered by Dr. Walter Washington I t .,
sponsored) by the PTA of North of Mississippi.

Dade School, came to a close on PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1961 I
t last Monday evening in the
school's auditorium. Complete Building 8ervlo
The contest received its name i Have vate affairs, only parents and o PLANNING
because of the many prizes and' Girl close relatives of the girls were CAN BUILDING
presents offered Mrs. McCoy, Many ActivitiesGirl invited The entire program o
PTA president, announced to truly informed those' present o FINANCINGYour
Principal Charles D. Wyche that Scouts adults and troops about troop activities. The New Homo
the $2,403 raised in the contest tn Ixora and Hibiscus districtsare leaders of troop 377, Mesdames
woud: be used to assist the Athletic really doing things. Myrtle Bullard, Ann Smith and No Down
Association and to buy Our national president, Mrs. Laurel Dethel pan to get the 0
water fountains for the use of Marjorie Culmer who gave up a most out of Scouting for these Payment
the students. flourishing law practice to be- girls and thus see them throughthe
come a Girl Scout volunteer, Senior program. .
First prize of a $50 War was the guest speaker not too Dunbar'a PTA was entertain Over Twenty Year of
Bond went to Roderick Carlton long ago at the Dupont Plaza for ed by Girl Scouts at the Brownie Construction Experience
Stephens of Mrs. Carolyn a luncheon for Girl Scout adults' program level. The theme for Guaranteed Satisfaction
Youn 's 11.6 homeroom; 2nd, and Senior Girl Scouts. Both this venture was International: ]
$25 Bond went to Phillip Burns Ixora and Hibiscus districtswere Friendship, a subject very dearto 1?Qaaaoa L3L7
of Miss Evelyn Moss' 7.7 homeroom well represented and the Girl Scouting. Mrs. Evelyn
and 3rd, $10 cash went to leaders and Senior Scouts all Lakes, the troop leader, was re '
(!) a
t Treave Ann Johnson of Richard were most impressionable in sponsible for this fine program.
I Strachan's 8.8 homeroom. their well groomed uniforms Miss Amanda Franklin serf-
bearing various inslgnlas and committeethat 8JL5SOUTH PL 1-3604
ed as chairman a
Carlton is
shown in the foreground
namlc speech our national prosnlns planned a Recognition program 888 N.E. 79th St.
in the middle of the other
to nothing of the dye who have sere
two winners. The winner of say for adults EISJD Miami.
!Ident gave. ed for a number of years in
the Trip to Nassau for two was
On that same day, a cute little Ixora District.Mr. .
Graham and Sherman .. <, ,, _
Robinson '" L
Brownie Scout
Carey won the transltor radio W. C. Cogdell, principal
from troop 305, led the Drownies -
of Bethune Elementary, was
"i Anthony Simons .was contest who had formed listening par kind enough to award these ladies PIIOA'IL
I chairman, Mrs. Anna Pratt, co- ties all over Dade County in in green with certificates PL 4><'2340 TELEVISION PL 4.2340YO
1 their Promise. This was part ota
chairman and Daniel R. Francis,
and pins.
promotional manager. special program for all Girl I Investitures, luncheons, television Service Calls Till 9:00 p.m.
Scouts viewed channel 2. -
Many of the other babies in Members of troop No. 377, I, programs, PTA- what and else Recognition do Girl U Can buy a TV let on time
the contest named below are students at Dunbar Elementary
hike and hiking
shown in the picture: Paulo ,and Dooker T. Jr. High had an I' Scouts can doT-They be fun.MIAMI Pay as LOW al $4. per week
Dryant, Gall LarkIn, Vernon Investiture Ceremony Sunday
Heartsfle'.d: Michael Roberts, La- afternoon at St. Agnes Episcopal See UI at 915 N.W. 62nd Street
ronda Lampkin, Darlene Harris, Church's Parish Hall. Twenty
Phillip Saunders, Michael Finch, odd girls made their promise TIMES ADSDONT
Waltonne Simmons, Winifred and received their Tentedrfootpins.
Adams, Karen Dickerson, Michael I Since investitures are pri SALESt

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to 6 p.m. Stanley Newbold is the The annual Dramatic Festival }!
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-------- president. M. Dean and advised by Mrs.
LIBERTY CITY O'lvette Ross reporter, E. B. Charlotte F. Clark elected grade
| PHYLLIS WHEATLEYThe Johnson principal. : group chairmen and recorders:

Music .is a thing of beauty Girl Scouts of Troop 28 The Brownie Troop along with 1 Peggie Thompson, Shirley
and a thing of beauty Is a joy did a wonderful Job over WMBM the Girl Scouts presented a most Payne, 1st grade; Dorothy field,
forov.r. Sunday, March 12. Mrs. Pauline interesting assembly program last nd grade: Melnese Markham, '.
As I sat in our cafetorlum L Smith is the leader of this Thursday. These girls have Henry Daniels 3rd grade; Ejes- ':j
watching the spirited, faces all troop. Mrs. F. Gainey, Mrs. Mil Joined hands with other girls of tic Richardson, Zeola Jones, :
around me, I then realized that dred Clarke and Mrs. P. Smith I many lands in observing their 4th grade: Elry Sands, Bertha
we had much to thank the Dade attended the uncheon for Mrs. annual Girls' Scouts Week. They Jackson. 5th grade; Ida K. Sidney
County' Board of Public Instruc C. Culmer, president of the Girl too are participating: in the sale Willard: Hart 6th grade. ;
tion for, to say nothing of Its Scouts at the Dupont Plaza Hotel of Girls Scouts coo'cies.Walter" I Tentative! Spring Roundup '
director for the Miami University The following persona at our C. Co dell, principal; i plans for potential first graders ;
-. string quartet section' M< t 0.e' wfirs. school received certificates for E'llott 1, Scavella reporter. I! were made. .'k:
Victor Stern, and our own Miss outstanding Interest and sup I will ,be Friday, March 17 at f."
Joyce Fields, music consultant. port. in the Girl Scout program. J. W. JOHNSOn ELEM.The PhyllLs Wheatley. Donation 15o r" :.,.;
Mrs. Mildred Clarke, Mrs Pau- '
The concert In Its toto a line Smith and our principal, James W. Johnson E'e- and 25 cents. : .II ,..
30-minute musical experience Mrs. E. Espy Johnson. mentary School's PTA sponsored -
ranged from Scbuman's The i Ce'ebrlty Tea on last Sunday,
The Boy Scouts March 12.
Butterfly. the English "Me'odv are getting
for Viola" 'Greonsleeves" to ready to have a cookout at Virginia Mrs. A. Range, owner of the

most of us, and Pochon's impressionistic Beach Easter Monday. Range Funeral Home gave avery .
characterization of The first grade classes will inspirational address on y'i .
1'< i
"Turkey In The Straw." visit Crandon Park Zoo, March "Preparing Your Child For The ,< .
22, 23 and 24th. Future." She placed special em. .,,
It was an extravaganza far The 6th grade classes are busy phasis on the necessity of guide t-"
equal to tow, ever presented at getting ready for the Spelling ing the child in right living. W ',
the school In many years, Bee Who will be the champion C. Cogdell, principal of Bethune F ..T
Many of us have wondered I The 5th and 6th grade classes Elementary was superb In the .:: I
why the sudden Increase In cook. ; Clora Penrsnll will be the I' made a trip to the Deauville roll of master of ceremonies.
ie eating In the cafetortum. Well, principal sneaker Sunday March Hotel to fee Flyod Patterson In There were a number of
just in case you have forgot It. 10 at a tea given by the HomeOwners tralnlnf. Important guest present. Namely ,
over 3,000.000 girls Girl Association of Dad e The PTA of Phyllis Wheatley : Mrs Helene J. Voslongh, a
Scouts they are called, are County at the home of Mr. and la inviting you to a "Calendar member of the school board; Miss
selling cookie. The scout movement Mrs. J. G. Smith. The public Is Tea" Sunday, March 19 from 4 Betty E. Gllkey. director of e'e-
is presently celebrating Its Invited. Come and hear this dynamic mentary education Miss Eenor:
49th year of life: and at our speaker. Flenberg principal of Miami
fichoo', we are proudto say that Shores Elementary School,. and
we have over seven (7) troops. I other out of town guest,
rfcoutln'. as a movement, ehou'd RAINBOW PARKThe Our principal, Mrs. E. G. Primus The Miami Colored Police
be encouraged for it supple- PTA 'held its annual tea SIDEWALK CAFE was highly commended on Benevolent Association Is spon-
m"nts! the trainings both at on Feb. 12 in the cafetorlum. the honor accorded her recently. soring a benefit dance at the
school and at home, for active The guest speaker was Carver The Beta Tau Zeta chapter of Bayfront Park Auditorium on
good participation in a democ BEER WINE the Zeta Phi Beta Inc.
Portloclc.! The tea was a success Sorority March 19 from 10 p.m. until
because of the cooperation of I' chose her as "Woman of the The dance will feature> Ray
racy.Did you ever go on a field the parents and teachers who SNACK BARUnusual Year." Mrs. Primus was present Chares and his orchestra. Ad.
ed the plaque at the close of and
trip to the postofflce Well, Mrs. worked BO beautifully along Mr. mission $1.76 In advance
Beatrice Gaddf) >n' class grade Nelson, a 6th grade teacher, S t their "Finer Womanhood Week" 12.00 at the door. Tickets can
program on Sunday, May B. be obtained thru the Miami ,
2, room 28. did last week; the who served as tea chairman. now
boys and girls OperationA James R. Bowens, president; Police Department (precinct.
unit the completinga Mrs. Valdez Murray a fourth Sarah Oahorne, reporter. Buses to the auditorium will
on same. We are so grade teacher served as the pro real maker leave NW 10th st. and 2nd ave.
pleased to know how moneY'

the 75th Street Postoffice cooperative gram chairman.The BETHUNE ELEMENTARYPupils beginning at 9 p.m. Fare 20
Staff Is with school's program was very f"nJoy.ab'e Ideal for coupleOr cents. MIS
our .
to all who attended. Broth. of the second and fifth .
Thanks citizens ----
erhood Week was observed at two partners grade classes will be heard In a Get protection today
In case you haven't met Miss our school with all grades participating broadcast over radio station your
Sylvia GInwrlght, Mrs. Gussie in the assembly pro WMBM Saturday, March 18 at Call HI 5.2516
Dobbs' Intern she is from Jacksonville gram. CASH REQUIRED $2,500 9 a.m. The broadcast will con
and Is a student at During this week of obser slat of an original skit which La Life Insurance of Florida
Florida A and M University whois vance, each morning's devotionwas BALANCE EZ concerned with the observance
specializing In speech therapy.We centered around Brother of St. Patrick's Day. Particle Selling Living Benefits
sincerely' hope that Miss hood and Its true meaning. We pants on the program Include:
Olnwrlrht wl'l have a rewarding were honored to have with us Machine and Snack Bar Catherine Carter, Mattle Spence, LUXURIOUS NEW
educational experience here at Rev. Samuel lay, pastor of Mt. John Clayton: Joan Hartley, ACCOMMODATIONSPIIIST
LCE. Hermon Church In Opa Locka Pay For Everything E'eanor Miller, Edna No'ton, I
and Mrs. Alma Brooks, former Portia White, Thelma White,
Miss Wilma Rogers' Class: principal of Bunche Park Ele- t e S e e Antoinette Booker and Derry
grade 1, room 2, has just completed mentary. Reed
Its unit on Winter. As a
culminating activity, the class These persons were guest Call Gruber Mrs. Bernlco T. Johnson Is ill
speakers at two of our momlns'sdevotions. at home. Co-workers wishingfor
drew pictures of what winter Is I are
like In many different countries. Two very Inspiring CA 1-1544 her a speedy recovery.
messages were given by these
Remember that Follow The

Sunset Is coming to Miami. persons.A group. of deserving children 6 p.m. 9 p.m. only ACE Teachers MeetThe

Let's all help to support the I ventured to that popular kiddie Dade County Teachers' JIAC1B 815 JVf
Fine Arts Conservatory. On program, Popeye Playhouse.The Association for Childhood Edu
April 7, the conservatory Is pre. group was made up of the cation Area 'A' which Include GRANDSTAND
renting Its annual musical fes top ten spellers, who will com Douglas, Dunbar, Liberty City,
tival. Please buy your ticket pete against Bunche Park Elementary Orchard Villa, Polncfana, and ADMISSION
for the musical extravaganza of In our Annual Spelling Phyllis Wheatley' Elementary
a lifetime. Bee Also visiting the playhouse Schools, met at Doug'as March 5CPDumasMiiner
members of troop
were seven COLORED 9 for the of organizing
All parents of children enter 377 of our Cub Scout Pack and
ing school during the school ,fl vfn members of the School grade groups and selecting cultural
year September 19 61.62 are In Patrol. ,S Mt1C1 projects beneficial to child I e e
vited to attend a first grade I ren.This
teacher presentation: "Know These children were quite 4 group, chaired by Marian

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Elementary School. To enable first grade classes visited Gran- ChevroletYour
Johnnie or June to be ready for don Park. This trip was takes as
the first grade it, it Is advised part of the unit these pupils" are
that you be present. studying "Circus Animals.
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THE MIAMI I TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA.. FROM TIm PEN of my good ly and Uveral Otli4r' spoke,,, n. next month, at its meeting In
I friend, Ralph ReniCk, news director The ma ter never wen oanji to Jacksonville, will consider A pro
PAGE 16 SATURDAY MARCH 18, 1961Around of WTVJ comes" this editorial A rote b_tore the etch Co' iralon. p6sed 'State Firearm Control
: T4day, ,,anybddy; ,1ncl, 1 G I .Law' for presentation' to. the.. Leggy
"BUY GUNS SIMPLE AS trl"Ir-i PP7 hoddlutns, ., 11 ,islature 1 in April
y Z -- r r walk Into a pawn Ihop or.. .
BUYING ICE CREAM CONE IN Ing' goods store add still b. a v. > TU next week: .Live life, every"
DADE gun. They just put Ir .-goiden. minute of It. Peace.. .. .
MiamiBy Almost a year ago, on March 3, money, -
1960, this editorial called atten Thus It !is that! 1- "
a, tion to the need for a more strict lection agents arfe1 h downrjt 7 LOVELY
DAVE BONDU a law governing the sale of fire armed robbers -*./ r. NEW

.. :...- ....,.. r.y arms. are fearful of cu/ 3 BEDROOM
That was about the time teen knowing when a n
TilE WINNER and Still Champion ager .Dennis Whitney was roaming may pull out a weapon. In. 19,50, 2 BATHS FLA. ROOM ..I
Floyd Patterson. To all I the streets of Dade County- there wdre 1,015 armed. robberies BUILT-IN 'ELECTRIC..
:Negro America that announce indiscriminately shooing' down in Gi eater Miami "h KITCHEN GARAGE
ment was sweet music to the ear gas station attendants.It Then, just last weekend a ,

gained that could a new hear.respect The champ from has all ed it a there.pleasure Miami to Carver's those-who managera stay was"also about the time the psychoPA teenager ft abotd,''; 1232 N.W. 55th STfcEEf

America, most'ot' all Miami. natural when !it comes to FBI annual report listed Miami killed a Security Guard at'> t.
For the first time in the hiatory handling people, did a beautiful as having the second highest ami Beach hotel. He Bought 'the 1426 W.W. 58th TERR.
job, of course 'his staff had ,.crime rate in the country.We pistol at a downtpwn' .sporung
of Florida, the Beach opened all,
of their doors, to the public. something to do with it! as well. goods store some sport 'ft r 1430 N.W; 59th:,ST.
Color had nothing to 'do with! It. I'm told the Dorsey Hotel and pointed out then, what As we :said, almost a'-year ago,
The Beach restaurants, hotels, the King Hotel did a fine job some people are now coming to 'It seems to: always takosome, Open 3 to 5 p.m.
clubs and what else, wan diggin' too. We, at the Hampton House realize, that buying( a gun here thing tragically dramatic
that long green. When moneyis received some nice compliments. is as simple" as buying .an Ice to motivate. corrective) ''ac'pr'der We build on your. lot ,
in sight color goes out the We aren't officially. opened yet, cream cone. ." i" v.E/1 NO"'MONEY DOWN
window.' Our deepest thanks to but those who stayed with us County Attorney Darrey Davis, County Attorney !''DO1i'I 1 Ii'} ofice
Floyd making and it the possible loser, of as well bringingnew for were well pleased. So much for law.last March, drafted a new gun again dragging out, tils gun "law Cash paid for your lot or
hotels, people and for reaubmtsalon .to the Metro
Floyd Patter-
Miami and
into '
money Subsequently, it was talked Commission The rlOrlda' Prosecuting home
Miami Beach areas. Seema like ison. down by Dade Sheriff Tom Kel Attorney' ,Association,
our Mayor and the Mayor of MIami
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gift or a letter of thanks to wwwwwwww .
the champion of the world,
Floyd Patterson. Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the''Community

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FACES IX TOWN for t. h e
weekend were many. People H
from all parts of the world. ...
There were Ed Small and his '
beautiful wife, Dottie. We were IT *
school chums some few years
back; Slim Hall from Wash., D.
C., slipped: in; Little Willie
John, sports editor Marlon Jackson
of the Atlanta Dally World;
Money Man Frank Moten, Mr.
Jet Magazine, Major Robinson
Ex-Champ Joe Louis, who's
visit to the Hampton House was This Gorgeous Home Can Be Your, It,
enjoyed by everyone. There were
so many people that I Just can't
mention all of them, but thing 3-BEDROOM NEW CBS HOME. :BROWN SUB. REAR'' SCREENED FLORIDA
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staff did a marvelous job of service '
and the accommodations 43RD TERR. OPEN SUNDAY 1.5 P.M.-$695 DOWJV.1.f .
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CBS, car porte: nicely NW 27th Ave.
v painted, nicely furnished. No buses. No closing costs. i oven and range. Nice block.
I Close to schools. this Sunday
closing costs, one mortgage. I Open
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mortgage, no I
custom built CBS closing costs. Close to schools, rIt'iiC6st4
homes on large landscapedlot. bus, shopping.See CBS corner. Oven and range,
Live rent free. Both sprinkler system, Florida room. & built 3-bedroom, 2

homes partly furnished. 1923 N.W. 58th St. Quiet area.. baths. ,/> -car carport. 80x100,

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1935 N.W. 49th St. ,See 090 N.W..9th Ave.
I Cute, small home for widow, ,.
$795 Down $71 Mo. couple, bachelor. Partly furnish '
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CBS with carporte, screened closing costs.
Zoned/for business.
porch, tile roof oak Only $295 Down This very valuable corner CBS This very
floors I duplex has carport for each good ,'Ideation. 4-bedroom., living .

no closing costs. I apartment. Nicely furnished. rqora, dining room two
Total price $10,795
One apt. has beautiful Florida 'porches, good for nursery,

.- 2-bedroom CBS. FHA. No clos room. '. ,home, beauty parlor. Close to

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I PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th St. List your lots with us for quick each sale. Best; prices paidI

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