The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00259

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Club-wielding policemen, accompanied the crowd that gathered outalde Armstrong, a Negro, during the

by trained German the court before the hearing. gracas.

Shepherd dogs, waded Into. a The spectators clapped and Both the Chief of Police and

crowd of 100 Negroes outsidet, a sang as the defendants started the' City Judge agreed that the
courtroom in Jackson Mlsslsslp. the steps of the courthouse.That's .
: up Negroes were orderly in the library
: pi on Wednesday. it. Move 'em out! Get but that their presence
The: action of the police preceded 'em!" said an officer. "could have caused trouble."

the trial of nine students The police, swinging their The students are being rep

from Tougaloo Southern Chris clubs. and pushing, moved resented, by Atty. Jack, Young S
tian College, Jaolrson State, and quickly among the Negroes. The who has planned to appeal the
Campbell College, charged with{ dogs lunged at the people and case. :
breach of the peace for a sit-In bit and ripped the clothing of
demonstration Monday at ,an several of them.G. Negro leaders in Jackson held ) 1:

"all white" library The students W. Hydrlck a 55-year-old a meeting Thursday night to
were fined $100 and given 30. white bootlegger, was charged protest against the brutality of e
day suspended jail terms. with assault and battery and the police Roy Wilkins, NAACP '
Many students and faculty} carrying a concealed weapon after leader, has already sent a Pro
r members of the colleges were in he pistol.whipped Thomas test to Gov Ross Barnett.

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Dance Biashoed i
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Another contestant vielng for
About a hundred Negroes pro. the affair all week and advertised the title of "Miss Rhomanla" iff
A iY n tI tested strongly: when they" were guest appearances, of Nera Roberta of Booker T.
i I Af M + 1 refused admittance to a Heart Johnny Mathis and Damita Jo. Washington High School..
Association ,sponsored benefit The affair was open to the pub Come out and dance with
James C. Evans, civilian assistant dance at Bayfront Park Audi lie, but the steering committee "Miss Rhomania at the corona-

to the Secretary of, Defense torium Wednesday night. of disc Jockey, privately decid. tioufyon! -April 7 at the Phyllis.
delivered the keynote- address Local white disc jockeys bally ed, to, keep the affair segregated. Wheatley cafetorlum. There will
Thursday. night at the F8TA ,be fashions, talent and dancing::
at Dinner Key. (See Association officials and Mayor
meeting for the young and the young at
story page 7.) Robert King High said they heart.

MINISTER I had no objection to Negroes at. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority

SALES TAX ON tending the "Heart Hop" which invites you to come and help

RENTALS HURT ROBBED OF $2,200Two drew 3,000 and raised 2700. swell the scholarship, fund

NEGROES MOST + n inter-farmer young from men robbed Goulds a min of ::1

DIg loser In the proposed tales $2,200 In $100 Mil on Sunday 12 HOLDUP MEN GET JAIL

tax'on'rental payments here will, before he could buy the car for
be the average Negro" apartment', which he came to Miami. Twenty-three-yearold William 1328 NW 36th st. last Juue.
dweler. He was, 'walking to his old car Jesse Crow ,III, of 1960 Durling. Nile Herman Barry Jr., 24,

Miami apartment house own N aM.. A N which 'was parked In a Jot at 218 ton St., Opa Locka, was' sentenced Crow's companion, was sent last "I
era charged Monday that the Aranha Jr. principal NW 8th St., the Rev Archie to 6 to 18 months in jail July to do ,18 months for the .
Fred J.
proposed tax would block plansto of Randall Junior High, Schoolin Daniels, 48, told police, when he Wednesday for' the $100 holdupof same crime at the Florida State 4

revitalize the city's core area Washington, DX3, Is a speak was accosted by two bandit. the Consumer Finance pp.. ,.at Prison.
and hit citizens least able to pay Florida One of them held a knife at his __L -
er and consultant at the
the tax-people on fixed Inoome State Teacher'a Association now throat and said, "Give me what
and low-salaried Negroes in J15 Audi you've got."
convening at Dinner Key R

a State week apartments.Senator Cliff 'Herrell torium. Aranha is an ex-MUmlan The minister said they found

Raid he thought the bill had having graduated from Booker) the twenty.two $100 bills in his rlhf _
.small chance of passing. T. Washington High In 1931 anda walet: "just the way I always
former Miami Times employee. carry it, when I come to Miami

I to buy a new car once a year. I

thought I was on TV, the way I

I FREIGHT TRAIN KILLS MAN I they acted." !.,' 1 i''

An unidentified Negro was thump and stopped the train He !

killed: Wednesday night when he found the man's badly mangled I ',.. ",',. -
the side of the train A HAPPY ', II
northbound FEG body at
was hit by a .. ''II"
I freight train in Perrine. The man 'was still alive when :z ;,V"
Metro police said the train Kresge examined him.. He died EASTER TO ALL l /: ,1\',)" I"f'YP" :

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TERQF George B. Washington, a 18- of guidance and assistance from
year-old student at Hooker T. experts while working on his
Washington High School, has. project. He was assisted In Beta
gained much recognition and Irradiation by Robert M. Cobb.
r honor for himself and his school radiation safety' officer at the ,
., THE LI KKS. INC.r for his outstanding achievement Veterans Administration Hospital

in the field of biology, especialv in Coral Gables. Assistance
r r In MleroJBIology. George rewired in isolation of the fungi and ultraviolet

:' '; .; ';.; 'Superior rating at the South irradiation was given
Florida Regional Science Fairin by Dr. Franklin J. Roth Jr.,

1 lHii! ,!_ "." .,I : **%.' .* .. "h the field of notan,. Ills pro- head of the Department of Mlcro_
of Miami
at the University
entitled "Mutations In biology
Clark Alonzo ject was '
The Miami Chapter of the Kemp Frances Jolllvette, Gwen Patterson, O'Connor Colston, Fungi Induced by Ultraviolet and school of medicine; and, at
Links accepted four new members dolyn Welters, Lugusta Colton, Fannln.Brooks, Alvin Huston Beta Radiation," lie terms It the University's Research Dui'.dIng -

into the exclusive social or. Mamie Williams, Evergreen Mur Alexander David Dobbs, S. M, Frazier, Project R-F (Radition-Fungi.). at Jackson Memorial Hospital
and Mary
sanitation at an installation phy. Corrie Iles44D Ills Biology teacher, Robert B. '
service held at the home of the Ford Williams. nnnnnnnn Burke fare George the idea for
of two
David Dobbs After the services Second row: Charlotte CJtirk; James Af. Reid, Everett Murphy) his project during the first .e. Washington was of the one 29 "111."ertor" .
the ladles were joined by their Untie Fannln, Louise Davis, Robert Ford, Warren Welters, mesterwhen be discussed with Negro 'students winners In the South
husbands (Connecting Links) fora mMBrooks. Theorla Houston, Ira 1k" Dul., Charles Williams the class "The Zffect that- radiation Regional Fair. He feels
Francis Florida
and the entire Walton Robinson Sue Mumford. Mesdames the nucleus of
champagne sip I and Kennedy has on "gives a good
group had dinner at the Airport. I I H&(4a( Frazier Janie Bryant, and Jolllvette. Welters, Mur cellsGeorge is an A student la Indication strongly of what career I
Hotel. The members of the Matrde K. Mumford are the new this special honors class.
Patterson The Connecting Links are Dan1''rantle phy and deal should pursue In life," ,
Links are: Mesdames Dora [ members. Johnson photo. l He has received a great It
W. 'A.
Queue Dobbs, Bernice. Eugene Kemp.

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New Apartments Nearing CompletionPictured I


below are the Steda

V Apartments, 316 NW 11th st., Jolly Friends:

which are now under construction

and nearing completion. i' : The Jolly Friends Club with

Around Miami Owned by the Dor-Cha, Inc., 1009 Mrs. Bertha: )Lewis, president
visited St. James AME Church
NW 2nd ave., the building la
recently. Mrs. Garvin proved ,a
being constructed 'by Claude N superb host8!. '

By DAVE BONDU 1 Gardner, well known licensed I This was the initial 'appear.
and Insured building contractorof ance of the club in the com
Miami. Shown in front of the 3 muntty. On March 18 the club

....... ....... ....... ....... building are Freddie Sample (at : was entertained by Mrs. Emma
left) construction foreman, ex. tlwr Ward at her home, 1505 NW
EVERYBODY Is screaming aout the price. Well' go in and plaining the pans! to a' group ot 68th st. The members, and
about rock pits, cana's and Of course you're wondering workers on the building. Gardner b9 friends> enjoyed her hosp la'lb
swimming hoes. Remember some see. You'll be surprised how low has for many years, performed / to the ulmost.
three years ago when I raisedso the :price is. His competitors the maintenance workon The club is planning a social
much sand about the open would' try to run him out of the more than 100 homes, entertainment In the dear future
hole on 54th St. and 23rd ave.? town if I told you, and he has apartments, stores and hotels and Invitations are on the
After one of our children fell In asked me not to tell. He is not owned by Dor..cha, Inc. 1i press. New members and Mrs. A.
and 'lost his life, they closed It ready to be tarred and feathered : and Mrs. Anna Leg
Tip. The results really. came >et. This week is the week When completed, the Steda Camplbel The next will be April
when our Unofficial Sepia Mayor at Williams Tailors will be a 10.unit apartment 15 at the home of Mrs. Mae
Charles Hadley went before building, with each unit featur. Tucker.

the Negro Commission and had EVER BEEN in .an aoitomo. ing conditioning, electric --- -- J'CLAuJDE ----
the alligators removed and the bile accident? Well If you have wall heaters, tub enclosures,
hole closed up. I stated that ail. not thank the dear Lord bulltln TV antenna and telephone N. GARDNEtt PTA Presidents
of these water holes. should be above. I had a small accident outlets. Contractor and Builder
closed, but no one even gave It back in January damages I
:a thou ht. Now that 7 children did to the car hit was $6.00 Dr. and Mrs. Wll'lam Chap. All PTA of District 10 will
have died In these dangerous that's all. Then court costs was man, owner of Dor-Cha, Inc. announced nate the slum dwellings in the meet Saturday, April 8 at'North

water hazirfds, everybody Is $5.00': $25 tine. that makes recently that their local area of Miami, and replace Dade Junior..senior High School,
running like mad to have them $36. Then I had my license and plans for the new Steda Apart. them with Modern, up.to.date 1840 NW 157th st. All delegatesare
filled In. The Mayor Is placing p'ates suspended. Insurance! $266 ments are to make it a modern, urged to place their orders
guards around them until fences for the first six months and $266 comfortable! building, centrally structures, the Steda Apartmentsare for lunch before April 5. Call
can be erected.. for the next six months. Total located, which will rent at very scheduled to be ready for i Mrs. McCoy, NE 1.6494 Price

Same thing with guns. It's the $568. Next two years Insurance reasonable rates. occupancy during the latter partof I $1,25. Registration, 8:30 a.m.
same old story of everybody $1.064 complete total for a the month of May of this Meeting starts 9:30: a.m.
Marking another forwardIn
wants to go to Heaven, but no $6 tOO accident. $1,632 plus I I step
the current to ellml- Photo by Johnson.
program year.
one wants to make the papers you have to fill
supreme ..... ...._ .. ....., I
out. Want advice ... -- --
sacrifice Seems like something some ? Drive .. "i"'Ji".';T''
drastic ,has to happen to some. carefully, pay attention to what .,< "' ''f .
one or a lot of folk before any yoU are doing and above all > .
thing Is done to prevent future don't hit anyone, and don't let 'a uD ''''t
tragedies. If and when you see them hit you. The man that tore ,'i"
some sort of hazard In the mak up my car $344 worth, didn't
ing, call some official or your have Insurance or a Job. I'm still <;' .,.,,
local newspaper editor and warn Diving for It .and another
them in advance. You Just might car He Is in Jail as the "shotgun
save a human being from deathor bandit" soo. That's life
pome serious mishap. Life Is : .
valuable, .so. please help take 4 ... tJS
....A nFJ YOU GOING to the baiketball *
care of each other then too, game? Well dig! The : -* n '
the life you save may be yours. Klu Klux Klan will be playing

: the Knights of Columbus for the :
PBKETY OIHL of the We kt benefit of the Jewish Fund on.. .
roe S a it
Helen Williams (Bonded Collec. St. Patrick! Dav In the Masonic

lion, Downtown) Pretty auditorium in Little Rock. Ark., wl 1 h4, 4'I'
Bov of the Week: Jimmy Jones .sponsored by the NAACP. Admission .

(Carline driver) Man is $1.00, collected at the ; 4 ,
About Town: Atty. Henry ArT'n"ton I into. bv members of the Congo. : ,.: .
Doctor of the Week: They will have a Chinese time 'J "h, LUtlGEN.WRGNtRtt'
Edwin Shirley> Policeman of keeper, Greek refrees, Italian
the Week: Joe Hunt. and French score keepers Some
!l M. J
Last wee1' Frank T. Rivers game eh? Get your tickets early. HyIISl1 AlMI{
was selected Pretty Girl of the ;

Week 'Scuse, pleas that JOHNNY W1TJJAMS of the
was ,a mistake.A "Band Box Barber Shop was ask.
Ing me if I knew of a barber
FEW WEEKS back, I that wanted to work In the Band ,..' r
wrote chant the school teachers Box Of course\ I don't know of t4 0i e.t
Ving MUTS (Miami Unc'fl Toms) any, but It yoU do, Bend him to
T rrrelved! at ?east 165 phone nee Johnny. He also told me that ,
o,,'ls ancgobs of letters. No, he is selling: fight tickets for all '
thv didn't raise hell about the fights on the Beach. Now that's .
Hem. Most of them were teachers > nice to know. If and when you ---...-
giving praise to the article. are going to a fight be sure you
"Fet n" are some of the comments: buy your ticket from an enter-
"Mr Bondu I thank for A:..
you prizing young man, Johnny, at ,
t"AttOfV! on the teachers goingto the Band Box. It's on 2nd ave., tCE'AlER ,$
the school board and kicking right next to the Sir John
noV) othe The second letter
r"'a"I think that was the best PUBLIC RELATIONS I
Expert ;
torv vonr have ever written Chuck Smith, Is in town seeking .'
ron"Tn'nG' ; our teachers. How I __
new students for FAMU, Parents>
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"OHIO more
who "
are interested In sending "
Number 3 a'd' "I think thnt their children to col'ege can con /si Y
t"n,. revt time onq of our teach. tact Chuck at the Sir John Ho. !
R "-01 or write the school te' for information.
"o- rd. vpii should print their ,
Tinire In the paper so that we.n "
"- t*l' who is really a MUT." COURTESY of the week: A

Three are lust a couple of ex- ind ray boy was walking on 14th st. \\\k\ !
rmn'ei The on'y thing/ about ave. and heard two cats
printing the names is that It says, "dig that queen." It turns
ml"ht be E'mbarr'\sin't to the around and set, "I heard that
families of these persona> remark I am not a queen. My
mother and father are still liv
ing. I am a princess. !"
MY MAX Roger William of
Till INSHEll !.
next week .. live life
William' Cleaners and -
every golden minute pf It. PRODUCTS r '
on 27th ave. and 50th st., Is PEACE!
planning to move his stock. KENNETH WILLIAMS
He's gonna have a handmade

pants! special on. You go in and SPRING Conditioning Over ,SPECIALALL
select your material and color; MIAMI TIMES ADS
let him take your measurementsand FOR ONLY

wham! You've got a pair of I DON'T COST THEY PAY 0 Oil Change X-100 Premium ((5-qts.)
pants made to fit you to a tee. I
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'''''] N.Y.MARIE had M.her BROWN in for an of impromp Pelham THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I

THIS and tu "Steak I
which'/raters took place and Tea"in the affair SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1961 PAGE 3

'" Opa Locka area where the hon-

: .... '.t\ oree is living with her sister
i' THAT t/IT" while her On Sunday the Fine ArtsConcert
.:r' cheerful and witty CLAUDE

.. CATO server a sumptuous din.
l >' ner for her and other invited
Mrs. Frazier
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Neonta Social
""l tj ii '" Club.
SFj A'@AI t. A tJ ittn Schools to
como to
Y 7 ... was going down a street Id Chi, purpose Of drg nlzhlg.Miami Our for the Everyone was delightfully surprised On April 7 at the Northwest

cago when In a store window he product add tint president own and happy to see, former ern High School auditorium, the
saw a beautiful picture of the FSSCA Mrs: CYNTHIA of supervisor of elementary edu Fine Arts Conservatory, Florl.da's .
S. Me-
crucifixion As he cation, Mrs. Malvenla Liberman
gazed, spell KENZIE delivered the oldest integrated school,
x bound at the vividly pictured address. Mrs. McKenzie keynote at one of the zone area meetings. will present another of its ad
story, he suddenly became conscious teacher of the first is! now a She is 'back in the states for a venturous evenings in the thea .
that at his side stood a Dade County. magnitude In short visit and to visit her 2

r street Ara-b. The boy, too was mother who lives in Miami tre.The community will remember "
gazing at the picture, and his Beach Mr. and Mrs. Elester
MIAMI last yearn "Command Perfor.mance"

tense expression made' the man LINKS. In a beautiful (Harriet) Worref spent several
concert and the
impressive 1959
k know that "The Crucifixion" of ceremony four days In Nassau as the house ,., %
Miami's production of "The
had really: gripped the eager leading socialites guests of Dr. Willie Mae Saun. ThreepennyOpera"
little soul. Touching the boy on were recently inducted into the ders The FERNLEY TAY. under the direction of
realms Brown This
of Tally season the
the sbbtilder, the man said They were LORS are planning to hop
FAC will "firsts"
"Sonny what 'does it mean?" Frances Jolllvette about the IsJands during the present many
Corrie Mumford, Evergreen Mur Easter season if business permits which you will' not want to miss.

"Doncha know?" he answer. phy and Gwendolyn Welters. this Is income tax time The entire student body will

ed, his face full of the marve' The home of member GUSSIE you know and Mr. Taylor Is perform In original material in.
of the man's ignorance. "That DOBBS was the setting for this quite busy at this season of the eluding production number of JAM 8 FORD
there man Is Jesus, an' them occasion Following the care year The CALVIN WYNTERSand the title song "Sing Out .

others is Roman soldiers, an' mony the group motored out to their young 16 months old Dance Inl"! The conservatory movement, featuring Ernestine-*
the woman what's cryin' is His International Airport and dined son Calvin II. are here splitting will present its first student Phillips and Larrien Lovett. It is:
mother, an'-" he added "they with their husbands in the Jet their visiting time among their (dating back to 1963)) Mr. James called the "Why Must we Into

klUd '1m P'I' Sky Room. aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. W. Ford, who will play works ,by grate Woolworth's Lunch Counter
Chopin and Bartok. Mr. Ford Blues.
H. Murrell, the William Ander
The man was loath to leave FLORIDA has studied at the Julliard
the window, but he could not ERS' STATE TEACH. sons of Richmond Heights and School of Music In the interim You will: not want to miss! this
ASSOCIATION the their brother..In.law and sister
I' tarry always at such a tragic of Negro voice and returns from New York in exciting evening. It has some
teachers In Florida the Nat Vaughns In Liberty City.
is thing for
scene so he turned away and in our this performance.The every taste, ranging
\ city for
their Wynter taught at Carver
walked down the street. In a annual from classical musical to jazz
. few moments he heard pattering meeting. Welcome! The sessions High School !before settling in Friday night show which from comedy to tragedy,
:and art displays East Elmhurst N. Y. begins at 8:30 'will conclude per.
are woven into Many : formed
f footsteps and there came by a cast of 100
h mem
|f rushing up the little street Arab. the fabric of the general friends were able to see her and with another extremely exciting bers of the community including
I|J' mister theme; "America's Future Goes her family at the "Cook} -Out andDarbecue" first: The world premiere of a i whom ;
"Say, he exclaimed many you have seen and
I* breathlessly, "I forgot to tell School Today" Here to ap. for which the major work by local composer, enjoyed !(before
I you bue HE rose again! pear as speakers and consultants Vaughns are highly noted Charles Austin It is a jazz narrative
:: are former Mlamlans, The Hon' By the time you read this the Chamber jazz on a con. The entire production is un-

I.' All this Eeastea- season we too orable JAMES C. EVANS, Asslstant local chapter of Omega Psi Phi cert level relating appropriately der the direction of Tally
| can rise again! We can lift ourselves Secretary of Defense and Fraternity will have had their enough for the season, the Brown who, before "The three.
f.; out of despair Illness, unhappiness FRED J. ARANHA, JR., prlncl. fun filled annual Cabaret Danceat last' day in the life of Christ. penny Opera", produced the
r', and unkindness of all pal of Randall Jr. High School the King '0 Hearts Club The work Is called "The End of "Cradle Will' Rock" and "ThCiI

|; kinds, if we have faith and be. Washington, D.C. Both of these This affair Is to help replenish The Beginning;" the lIbretta Is I Caucasian Chalk Circle" the-
!. lieve. There is nothing totally men have distinguished them. their scholarship Fund for prospective by Tally Brown and will be narrated first interracial theatro In o u r
M f Impossible in this world. May selves In their chosen fields and winners. If you did not by Miss Brown and Doris area. Musical supervision! Is by

i : you find new hope, new Joys I we MiamIans are literally get a chance to attend, I'm quite Pritcher. remembered for his Mrs. Ruth Greenfield? directorof
j- and blessing at thLs time. :"bursting. \! .with pride." In addl. sure the, fellows missed you, so! brilliant' portrayal of "Mack the Fine Arts Conservatory.
\] HAPPY EASTER! I lion to these gentlemen are be sure to send theme a coniri' The {nlte." The musicians In. Money from the performance,
q Zeta Phi Beta Sorority's North bution of $1.25. The sky Is the elude Mr. Austin, who doubleson will be used 1 for the nonprofit

t\ ( A SALUTE 0: Principal Carolina "Woman of The Year" limit and the line forms at the saxophone and flute.A. Edel- school's scholarship: fund, as al

\ to a great tradition of outstand medalist in Special Education Tonight, March 31, the French horn Mr. Cleveland Miami Times office on 3rd avo.

'i, ing scholarship; indefatiglble Key officials' In FSTA are Prea RAILROADERS CLUB. is bar. Eaton (here to accompany the at 11th terr. or at the Fiapler
'"'S j, worker In widening the boundar Tohn H. Hopkins, Dr. Gilbert L. ing a bang up presentation of IIIlos at the Ft Lauderdale Jazz Book and Record Shop, or call
, tea of human knowledge and Porter, executive secretary; Ca their annual Spring Dance at Festival) on baas and Mr Bill FR 3.2236 to reserve your seats.
" Its applications: of human prob to Roach Jr., Marian H. Shan. the Fiesta Club. Billy Rolle's Peoples on drums
I'1 lems. Distinguished eon of Flor. non, Ozora Shell, S. Meredith Orchestra is providing the. dance

I,J. Ida, and alumnus of Edward Moseley, B. 0. Sayles, J, L. Gant music. This promises to be one There will also be a skit on Drive
"a Waters College, Wllberforce U., and Dr H James Greene of the most attractive affairs of the lighter side of the sit-In CarefullyYOUR
i and Hampton Institute who the season

\ ,brought the wealth of his ablli-
'j ties to the administrate field! GARDENIA CIRCLE EASTER CIRCLE ONE of Churchof
1 of education In Ft. Smith Ark TEA TIME. This en. the Open Door Congregational
( ansas and Florida; and who for for group whose sole pur- has sponsored a number of FUTURf
i 35 years or more devoted himself nose being organized is to winter forums. Dr. Walter Manning
help other
without stint to public and nual is staging their an and Northwestern's! Choirare I IS _UNLIMITEDIN
private education I as principal benefit affair again on special features of the next
, of Booker T Washington High torlum Sunday at the Dixie Park audi forum which will foe heM' on the
1 School' for 19 he developed which is located on 13th
years !St.= second Sunday in April from 6
patterns of administrative pro. Please between 3rd and 4th aves. to 7 o'clock in the evening. Mrs. electronics
I cedure which attracted national come out and brine oth. Thena Crowder Is chairman.
I and international attention, an ers along with you. The fellowthlp .
I through these programs the will be unfitting Mrs Edna HAPPY WEDDING Anniversary ftI watry", ...IW.'et..41..n, .......,

Smith Is president of the .iM.4 Mfciltel, ra.H... Alrtraft, MlflUry'
youth caught the gleam of new group. greetings are extended to HM e..".*, A and Inanlt-lnur realizations of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Wilson .tta*. Mere sins fw frttfi.t.i ties
their responsibilities: In an ever April 3.HAPPY. w In ".pir.l W rfk .",tl..t, > Fbose''
changing democracy In sub HEAR YE! HEAR YEt! The fw .....Nk YM ... M YOVI S FR 'M4lfttfU

..... stance, appreciative of the yearsof Fine' Art Conservatory Is Fla' BIRTHDAY Greetingsto """ Yu It
leadership given to the oldest! integrated school! and
"iiltural Kathryn Taylor, AlvIn Moore, I
cause of education as dedicated center. This non-nrofit
Eddie Peters April 1 Jackue. Ac.N
organization has .....111II c..ty V
teacher skilled administrator, contributed'
much to discovering line Tooks. April 2; Sally Oates, TU0210
guiding spirit of civic organiza. presenting' the ,gifted developingnd Cvnthla McKenzie, Connestlne 1ihA/Y Wt.a 1N.1t! OLehaN. 'RI.',. 01.,1t..1. .
association in and
tlons, active many talented Dlllard. Thena Crowder, April
pubic and private movements,, youth. r---------
3; Dorothy Harris, Cynthia I
this corner salutes you. May the The student body Abrahams Richard Paul Dunn, I ..t.f."t= I
retirement years ahead be filled -"e*t artists faculty and J. Otis Haywood III, Azelina I III N.I. 11lk St.. ....... fl.rW.
with prosperity and happiness. "R are prenentlnr PInckney, Ann Johnson Dykes, I MAUI ....,......,................,,.,.. A.l .....,... I iI
ne Out Dance In!" nt Maude K Reid Constance I AOMIfS .n.uu.............. CITY, u..u.. I
Vorthwentern High School] Fri ..ftll ....... ,
ottfer tfMtrwto Ml N.Oi.ti" MftmdiM, .,... n sinLiNCOLNESTATES' -
Police R. D. KIRK "I\Y Anti) 7 at 830 p.m. The Withers, April 4; Carol Light-
LAND is saluted for his courtesy nrmrrnm' will feature such brat bourne, Rosa Daniels, Edith
beyond the call of duty to "Mebrltles as Chattel: Austin Coverson, Gall Powers April 6, .

Mrs. Bertha Perry senior matron "oml"loIllPr; James Ford, planet'
of the Heroines of Jericho, and Tally Brown slneer and THOUGHT FOR TIlE WEEK:
in her distressful situation which nroducer: Mrs Ruth Greenfield There is! so much good in the

occurred on last Sunday Adoubte.lbarrel.ed ,. slvlnsr direction to this gate' worst of us, and so much bad
salute to the In the best of that it
Affair. Your support\' and nrennce us, hardly
ARCHIBALD FINDERS and I *' wl'l! be greatly SDnreclaterl. behooves any of us to talk

their teenage pretty daughter. The pnx-ds from this affair' about the rest of us. o
FERRECITA is a concrete example "\*III provide scholarship for worhv -
of what most of our students to study music! art
younger citizens represent A and dancing RHOMANIAFashions WHY RENT ?
salvo of salutes to MAYS and

Schools and their entrans ABOUT PEOPLE.. The charmn 3-BEDROOMS SOME
in the recent science fair. They It p.tttelad, who in seen with Dance GARAGES

were Gloria Payne, James Bryant Mrs. Samuel (Rose) Stewart I
,li, her mother, Mrs. ROSE
Margaret Singleton who
won superior and excellent l FISHER of New Haven, Conn. REDUCING! As Low as $250Pices

awards and BTW's George She has been here most of the
Washington who won a .superior winter. Since the Miami! "maelc Lole 10 inches in 30 days

award. Keep moving There Is "nd" has Rotten In her shoes The
secret of HOW be
plenty of "good room" at the she might find herself living In can from $9,300
top. these parts for the rest of her your for life

life Mrs. RUTH ABAD Don't Delay Register Today! $62.00 per month pay everythingSee

MISS EFFIE TULA SUTTUJM, I FRAZIER, formerly of this city Call Mr. E. Tynes
former dean of girls of BTW I but now of Jamaica N.Y., has the three bedroom model at
was significantly honored at the been the cause and center of NA 1-0470 OX 1.1766

tenth annual conference of the many social affairs which have
Florida State Student Council been given in her honor. For in. EASY METHOD 10835 S.W. 221st Street, Goulds

Association when It convened at stance: Last Friday evening! the SCHOOL OF CHARM
Jones High School Orlando Monroes who live on 6th place
March 23.25. In 1952 Miss Sutton gave a fabulous dinner party to 1640 N.W. 62nd St. DeCarlo Homes, Inc. HI 44681ir.
saw the need of such an or which more than 60 people

sanitation and Invited high came Saturday afternoon Mrs. I A8 .-




ia i !< APRIL 1 1961 .
PAGE 4 SAf URfeAY, 1 I highly :
JUST BROWSIN' :. Don Strachan has classes every
Drama: Production Saturday' morning from ''9:30

t By PAUL HENRY Under the talented direction, until 2:30: p.m. (ages 3 to 93V;;
of ,Don Strachan, TV tar w h oappeared' $7.50 per month with pickup'
2 a-2 services. Call NE 56228., -
In the movie, "Island .
s Another Nassauvlan Joins the In the Sun", one of our leading '
I Francisco Giants. He Is fcdmond choreographers of Afro-Cuban, Easter Tea ."
Moxey who played exhibition ,modern'. and folklore dancing
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 10th Avenue-Phone OX'1O421JUnmch games last! :summer with the presents a: creative version of The Flower Club Is BPo aegring
at 1112 X.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florid*Phone FB a-223d touring Bahamian All Stars "Snow 'White and the Seven a tea Easter 'Sunday from'four
team. He left the Bahamas on Dwarfs' called "Snow White to six o'c'ock at the Hotel Car.
II. E. SIGISMUNI ItEEVES, Editor and Publisher' March 22 for Arizona to J o I n Goes to Broadway' which prom ver. The public Is Invited.
I Editor and Business Manager\ one of the Giants' farm teams.
Garth O. Reeves, Managing .
,Recently, Vincent Ferguson{ another '
'Entered as Second Ctfiass?! Matter, August 0, .1027, at the Post Office Bahamian became a mem farm ti .. :
ber of Mllwauke Braves ? -
under the act of March 8, 1810'hrist a .. :A HAPPY ASTER-
at Miami, Florida, team. .,;..- .,.., ] .:., .
Tony Curry, an outfielder forth ':. i ..::!' /,

is Risen -- He is Risen IndeedThe Bahamian Philadelphia left Phillies his: ,training another '.. : r ; To Our Friends and Patrons ). .."

the week cometh Mary Magdalene camp at Clearwater because he ; 'j/i: .
first day of was not satisfied with his $6,000a .,'. ..:{ ... -
early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre; and year contract. He wants $9,000. 1 ....:x'' ACTION REALTY
seeth the stone taken away from the sepulchre. a year. :;i' ,, .rt.. -
Then she runneth, and coming tQ Simon Peter, and V
of Commerce
to the other' disciple' whom Jesus loved and saith unto Monday The, elected Atty. Wll'lam' on R. E. Harry. Denny.: TU 7-1S36
them, they have taken away the Lord out of the sepul- Simmons Jr., as president of
chre, and we know not where they have laid,him. that body..

Peter therefore went forth, and that other disciple If the proposed sales tax on ,
and came to the sepulchre.So rent becomes law It fs going to '
did work a hardship on poor people SLIM DOWN! !
they ran both together,: and the other disciple who are now struggling to eke
outrun Peter and came first to the sepulchre.And out existence.
an Would you like to lose..weight??
he stooping down, land looking in, saw the linen
State Beverage Director Thom You may now reduce hips, legs and tummy the
clothes lying; yet went he not in.
as Lee on Monday asked the
Then cometh Simon Peter following him, and went Legislature to ban the use of B- simple' and most effective way;
into the sepulchre arid seeth the linen clothes lie. girls In bars. The law is essential See our new SPOT REDUCING equipment today
I And the napkin, that was about his head, not lying economy to the of welfare the state morass, said and the Call Mrs Tynes-OX 1.1766 NA 1.0470

with the linen clothes but wrapped in a place by itself. director. Easy Method School of Charm

Then went in .also the other disciple, which came Senator George Smathers of
first to the sepulchre, land he saw and believed. Florida on Monday warned the 1540 N.W. 62nd Street

For as,yet they know not the scripture, that he' must U. S.on Government In Castro's of what CommunistCuba. is goIng '.. ..........: -,

rise again from the dead. Perhaps the government ii .
Then the disciples went away again unto their own already knows what Ls I going on,

home. St. John .20110. !. something but the Senator done about wants It. to Presl.dent' see TV Service: Calls ,5.50

WE WISH YOU A HAPPY EASTER! Kennedy is having a plenty
to deal with.
GILDEA ,.OR McNAYR The Metro Commissioners have
asked the Grand Jury to Investigate '
Dade County's Metropolitan Government is still charges of crue'ty to animalsat
without a permanent County Manager. Last week there the Crandon Park Zoo
._ were 11 names from which to select a manager. This
week there are but two, William A. Gildea, city manager sands In Ft.of Lauderdale students (where white) thou con RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRS

from Brockton,. Mass., and Irving G. McNlayr, city mana gregate annually for their ,jsum- 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
:ger of Columbia, S. C. The commissioners unable to mer festivities more than 300 of
find a- local man who they thought could adequately fill them were arrested for rioting, 2 ii t
the position. We believe there could be found such a person aa some 70 went days to, others prison for were as fined.much ,

; or persons in Dade County. However those who could Their festivities were overdoneand PHONE pnONE

do so, are not interested in serving ,as county manager. I them.the authorities had to punish PL 2540 TELEVISION PL 4.2rS40YO
Whether the commissioners will select one of the
two remaining applicants or make another ,try remains to ATTENTION! Service Calls Till 9:00 p.m.

be seen. The decision is expected on Monday. 0 Can buy a TV let on tithe
Announcing the opening of
Finding a successor to Manager W. 0. Campbellseems Wilson Beauty Salon, Mrs. Er. Pay as LOW a* $4.00 per week
to be la much harder task than our Metro Commis- : nestlne Wilson, Prop., 1508 NW
sioners anticipated. 67th St. OX 12616. See us at 915 N.W. 62nd Street


Florida .Legislature seeking new revenue will Miss It!

have before it, along with other tax measures, one for On Sunday April 9, from 4 1
imposing a three per cent rental 'tax. Such a tax would 1 to 6 P.nthe PTA School of R.will R. present Mo-.

I undoubtedly raise quite a sum of money, but much of it ton Elementary Us annual Spring Tea. This
would .come from people who could hardly afford it. wlllbe no ordinary afternoon tea
in I but will register a first for the EEDMONEY ?
There are thousands of poor people living apartment Dade County. The culture
houses now paying rent they: could hardly afford'' PTA's, traditions of and fashions of
The tax would make it harder for these. low salaried I 'our friendly fiftieth state, Ha- WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGESWE
"wall, will:! be depicted In "Ah BUY LOTS AND

people.The Greater Miami Apartment House Association is Afternoon Bring In Hawaii.friends" along to HOMESCall
much concernedabout, this tax becoming law. Officers of learn more about our most re Ronald I. Baron mm-
that body said the tax would scare away prospective ten- cent addition to these United Jl EL 24343
States Mortgage Broker
ants from downtown apartment buildings.
Luther Brooks, president of the Bonded Collection - ... 228 SUNNY ISLE BLVD.MIAMI WI 7 3566
Agency that manages more than 6,000 rental units, most BBACIItoto -

of them in the Negro community, believes such a tax
would be damaging to our low income groups, many of
them now unemployed.Our .
state Senator, Cliff Herrell, chairman of the I
Legislature's Interim Finance and taxation commitee sod
"I class the money spent for rent along with that spent ii
: for food and medicine. But if it comes to a choice of a tax
on; one of the three-I suspect it will be rent." { ti r
Senator Herrell is against the tax. He doesn't thinkit xr
will become law.
Owners of the Apartment Association are preparingto r.; 4

put up a fight against passage of the rental tax mea
sure. 4s
In the interest of our low-salaried people, let us hope tq11
the legislature will not pass the measure.

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In our city this week are thousands of teachers fromin PICTURE

and out of the state. They are here to attend the 71st While you wait
Annual Convention. The meeting is being held at the Din-
Only $1.00
ner Key Auditorium.To '1
the president, John Hopkins and the entire convention DAVID JEWELERS 0 O lr

p. the Miami Times extends a cordial welcome. 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue
I. :May your convention prove beneficial, and may you enjoyi Phone FR 4-1522 rw drvggt sassot sropiy rs r viNO pd ioE#' o.
our city, and carry away such pleasant recollections, that *i iv UM luae TUM mm ar-P-B" .3457 F2 s v.nnh Q*
you will want to come again in the not distant future. trr' J:" ...J

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To Broadway SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1961 PAGE g,

Don Strachan's Children Thea d d _
tre will present "Snow White <:
Goes to Broadway," a creative V
production of "Snow White and 'V.West'America'.
the Seven Dwarfs," with *outstanding .l I
.: guest artist Yvonne ;'r. ,.,\J.; '" Southernmost City| .
Deleveaux International, tnod ; t. \
-,---- By, FRANCES E. jfW. ;
ern dancer, who excited Miami .. .. ,
Beach with, .her J>eaullful heart '
and hand movements.Roa .
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H. Zanders --Club of Bethel
Claude, the dancing: chicken Personal MentionA
that would thrill adults as AME Church celebrated Us 4th
weal children ,the Carrib- anniversary Ma ph. 12 with Rev
as ; ;
baby boy weighing
,bean Crowns, featuring Lord K. D.. White who preached a seven
pounds two and one-half ounces
1' D'inkey. king of the limbo that wonderful sermon. Mrs. Nathalie
born March 4)) to Mrs.
was on
Carey,sang a solo In honor of
goes under 6 Inches to the rhy..
Dorothy E. Edwards wife
S the club
which: by
of drums.
thmic beat the all. Specialist Fifth Class Clark W.

., .. ,.... .. Don Strachan will perform an .. Edwards, USA at Tripler Army
---- ----- ----- ------ authentic voodoo dance with .the
The club bought six large Hospital Honolulu Hawaii.
3 Schools! Set For program win feature the North f oatlng coffin and. burning I tables for the church annex,
herbs. SP5 Edward, who is station
Dade High orchestra directedby Rev White presented them to
James McCall; the Booker T. The program is Co be highlighted I the members of the church and ed at Schofield Barracks, is the
"Talent Unlimited" Washington High Drama Guild, Thursday night April 6, told: them that he was very son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ed.
8 o'clock at Square auditorium wards of 6810 South Yale, Chi
directed Liberty
by Leroy Washington proud of this club and to see
Pictured are members of one and the Dorsey Junior High 14th ave. and 65th at. that they are doing a wonderfuljob cago. Mrs. Edwards is the
of the local school groups (North Chorus directed ,by William Admission, adults 11.00 child under the leadership of their daughter of Rev, and Mrs P. J.
Dade) to be highlighted in a Johnson. This event will display ren 25 cents. Come out and president Mrs. Mlrpah Kemp. Johnson of 1480 NE 154th St.,
unique jont! program "Talent some of the top talent in the, bring the kids. For further in. He prays that we may continueon North Miami Beach
Unlimited" to be presented in Miami area and is proudly pre. formation call NE 56228.CAL'S and.do the good work. We The baby named Benjamin
the Northwestern auditorium on tented by the Church of the Open have a membership of 16 mem Derrick is the first child: for the
Thursday April 6 at 8 p.m. The Door. bers. At the close of the .service Edwards who are residing at
'I our president presented a gift to 66-B Karsten Drive, Wahiawa.
I the pastor in behalf of the club.

,''t,1. '" '" ," '<' : BAR & GRILLENOW Samuel R. Smith and wife
;;'P t'it ; '" ;\"
,J" _.., '\'" ,( t. Birthday Greetings: to Mrs. Annie, were visiting parents, Mr.
\; .: :': ( > 1'i\.1:1: SERVING. I Yvonne Sawyer who will celebrate and Mrs. O. W. Smith of 185IT
;, ; ;: : : BREAKFAST her birthday on Easter. NW 60th at. Samuel is in the
,' ; LUNCH Mrs. Sawyer is the sister of this Air Force stationed in Alabama.
'lI fij- : I
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,' ,.,-' -..,+ turned to duty Monday. ,
; ;. Popular Prices
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Happy Easter to the following
:;;"" ';;'''. '/t": '. ": in Miami: Mrs. Frances Mrs. Verneka Silva returnedlast
I .: --i. 'I"" '.. 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. persons
\ \ : I Weir Mrs. Pauline Smith and week after attending the
,.;. mother, Mr. and Mrs ''Jamea American Association of Health,
I Crawford: ,Mr. and Mrs William Physical Education and Recreation
Beautiful Home Johnson Mr. and Mra. Arch! Convention in Atlantic City,
'I on
..\' bald Pinder and Mr. and Mrs. N.J. Mrs. Silva was a delegate
I Your Lot George Saunders. from the Dade Couty Physical I
Education Association. She Ls an I
.' t I, ., Instructor and guidance counselor I
.;0', ", /I' ad4 Alexander Forbes, a popular at O. W. Carver High and I
:n barber of this community is 111 president of the Dade physical
at Monroe General Hospital Education Teachers Association.
Friends wish him a speedy re

covery.On Mrs Lillian A. Finley of 551
NW'' 7th St., apt 6, returned to
,, the sick list: Mrs. Beatrice Miami Wednesday night from
$ Complete Building Servlot McIntosh Mrs. Sarah Roberts, Georgetown, S. C., where she at.
Mrs Barbara Cruz and Mrs. Doris teded the funeral of her father

..,y-. _' -_-'-----'.. e PLANNING Lowory. Friends with them Rev. R. H A ston. Mrs. Finley
Charlie Mae Foster, selectedby I BUILDING well again soon also visited a sister in Greens
Zetas as the young lady at boro, N.C and several cousins -
l WAYNE AND JOE North Dade High Schoo who exhibits FINANCING in Jacksonville, before returning
the moat outstanding Your New Horn A HAPPY EASTER: TO .ALL! I home,

I! Formerly of N.W. 3rd Ave. characteristics of "Finer Wo __. u----- --.----.---
manhood," is shown here fa she No Down

; Now located at from received Mrs.the Marguerite cherished V.citation Miller, PaymentOver IARrLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe

baslleus. Miss Foster is a senior

SURPLUSSTORE and a member of the DCT pro Twenty v..,. .f Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
gram of which Daniel R. Fran. Construction. Experience
cis Ls coordinator and the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Guaranteed Satisfaction 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376

Foster of Opa Locka. ( The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
Among several other school fJ 1 LQUIJ Lb L70CDVI1V@

and church activities she is SUNDAY, APRIL 2 IS EASTER

62 N.E. 14th Street president of the DCT Club Patrol.and ( egzc Easter Baskets .... ....' ........................ 29c to $2.5f
an officer in the Safety
SPECIAL SALE ON Principal Charles D. Wyche PL 1-3604 Easter Rabbits .......................:................ $1.98 $2.99
praised her highly for deservingthe 888 N.E. 79th St. Eggs, Coloring Ec
Good used clothing, shoe honor Super Anahiat Natal }New Zjrone 7 plat 1410

furniture, home appliancesand Another DCT student Helen Miami Spray ............................._.. 08o Father John's ,
other miscellaneous Glover won the Zeta's scholar Super Anahbt Medicine ........... 1JW5 41 75c i
ship last year as one of the top Tablet ................ 08c A flflc Swamp Hoot ........ 1.80 A 75o :
\, articles, at greatly reduced ten graduates. Zeta Phi Beta OPEN DAILY 4 SUNDAY i A.M. to 10 P.M.
prices. Sororlty'g finer womanhood In
all of the high school:* of the JOHN A' MoMINN. Owner
Open Daily 8 to 0 county as well as nationally
wherever Zetas are found


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Delegates Consider dancers are expected to appear.

.. Business of the association be. h'l
School Children gan with a panel discussion by
FSTA leaders. "Know Your
FSTA" was the central theme.
America's Future
"Operation of County Units, 'A
Code of Ethics," "Organizationand

'When the gavel of President Constitution" and "Spending the
FSTA Dollar" were among topics
John II. Hopkins sounded to presented.
open the 71st Annual Florida
State Teachers Association Con. Emphasis for the core workof
vention, some 800 delegates rep the association has been plac : S i ; '
resenting more than 8,000 teach. ed upon FSTA departments.
ers responded. "America's Fu Meetings of classroom teachers,
ture Goes to School Today" is elementary school principals,
the theme to be considered by secondary school principals,
the llth Delegate Assembly. higher education and supervisorshave
been scheduled for March
Meeting at the Dinner Key 31. Here groups will discuss
Auditorium March 30 through their role in "safeguarding
April 1, the delegates and vial America's future," "teaching as r
tors to the cenventlon will hear a profession," "the community r ,: a
such notables as the Honorable college: and community needs"

Thomas superintendent D. Bailey of,schools Florida: state Hon This year special groups of :: '. ;;:: : : i 4 : '
< '
orable James C. Evans, Civilian hold instructional simultaneous personnel meetings. will The ,. '. >. ,::. : ; i\,:,/,:r.1"i: M ,. : ; : : '" 1-:: 1': Assistant, Office Assistant '. h I. )' I'I" 'I :
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tary of Defense; Fred J. AranhaJr. state student NEA of FSTA forow's "I"' +4:? \ ":t .',.\-\tj.t: "' ':#..\\r.\l ',', : I')

., principal Randall Junior teachers" and "preparingcus The new 15th Avenue had Its helicopter to keep his appoint well 03 quenching the thirst of
High School, Washington, D.C.; their attention on "tomor.to ". dedication ceremonies recently ment at the ceremony. guests after the ceremonies.
Dr. Dan W. Dodson, director of teach in an unknown future. with a parade and ribbon cut
Human Relations Center, NYU; Guidance workers and visiting ting ceremonies attended by Vice Rev. O. E. Turner gave a stir Velda served all with some de.
Ewald Turner, president-elect of teachers; the Florida Industrial Mayor Dalaban. ring invocation. Mr. Lester Albert licious Ice cream and Mr. and
NEA; Vincent J, Glennon, Syracuse Education Association; retired was the .speaker and dellv. Mrs. FonzeU Parker of Dairy
University and Mrs. Eliza Florida School and The Northwestern Band was ered a very searching address, Queen provided ice cream sand.
beth D. ; superb during the parade and the of its wlches. Jamaica
Koontz, president North Lunch Association and the Educational reminding community Sam and h i s
Caro Ina Teachers Association. Secretaries will Polivciana drum and bugle 'corp civic responsibility. The master staff donated cookies and per
meet to discuss their groups problemsand was sparkling as they took the of ceremony, Leonard Walker, sonally served the guests
A special! feature of the meet. lead.The commented that, "Progress
in? will Include a display of the goals. parade ,began at North Blvd. should. be the name for The ribbon for the sp'lclng
blueprints for the new FSTA I Subject area groups (FSTA western High School and ended 16th Ave.." was donated by B.anchp's Little
headquarters and pictures of the Sections) will meet this year as at 62nd st. and 15th ave. point Dept Store.
ground-breaking ceremoniesheld a part of the total classroom which was designated for the In the motorcade portion of
Fob. 24. Certificates and teacher's program. Sections will Ceremony.The: the parade Dr. Ben Atkinson's Vice Mayor Balaban drove
shams of ownership will be of. meet from 1 p.m. to 2:.3 0 p.m. car ted off with C. O. Rolle', home many. points during the
fend to County units and FSTA March 31, in the Dinner Key ribbon was cut by Thorn Leonard Walker and Albert ceremony and made us know
members. J. J. Gardener, Immediate Auditorium. AS Bannister and witnessed by Smith; then Mrs. Blanch Welch that the comml .!lon will cooperate -
past president of FSTA, Freeman Johnson, Rudolph Le. I with President Levarity, Thomas 100 percent with progressive -
Is the chairman of the building Special consultants and speakers varlty, C. Gaylord Rolle', the Bannister and Freeman John community activities.
program, and, Chester A. Co for the group meeting are: men who worked untiringly to son..
wart is director of inevstmentsand Dr. John V. McQuitty, Dr. Ruby bring about this progress. The .organizations who com.
loans. Warner, Dr. C. E. Walker, Harry Vice IlKrilKSIIMKNTB SERVED blned their efforts to bring about
E. Wood Dr. Charles U. Smith, Mayor acting in this affair were the 15th Ave. _.
HlchMshts! of the meeting include I Melvin R. Jackson, Perry C. place of Mayor King High, and A great round of applause Business, Professional nnd Prop
presentation of citizenship' Harvey. Daniel Lang, Karl V. his charming wife, startled the should go to the 7-Up Bottling erty Owners Association, Rudolph
and retirement awards to clti. Dehnke', David Sutton, Dr. L. L. gathering when they landed by Co. who sponsored the bands as. Levarlty, president.
tens and teachers by FSTA; the Boykin and Dr. John W. Davis.
Annual classroom teacher ban-
quit and presentation of awardstor'dist.ngulshed Committees expected to coordinate Overnight RoomsCost
service. A fash and tabulate the assocla.
ion show presented by Richards tlon's final decisions are com Less
D.jtartment Store of Miami, the mlttees on citizenship, ethics, AtJamaica
FSTA Fellowship Dance and the auditing, 'building, legislation,
educational tour to Nassau make evaluation, resolution, personnel Dugie's
up the soda calendar for the problems and promotion.The .

occasion.A final business session will GUEST HOUSE
special exhibit depicting be held April 1 at 9 a.m. Adoption
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,,,., ") .., Rev."'Si L. Gay, pastor W. 58th St. and 15th Ave, '* .,

8 'day; School 9:30:
"The of the Resurrection"
Meaning*W.f.btp .> 11SOOEvenng : Testimony I
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\ A 4- ,; ;, y t' 5 l Sunday given" NW 58th st. and 15th ave. Holy
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ST. PAUL A. M. E. EBENEZER METHODISTRev. ,ANT* Jl DAI:c'T" .. :... ,. Howard Board No There.1 led was''by. Mrs.an atmosphere Communion will also be cele" i.

Rev. 'M. J. Fayson, pastor Aaron 'D, Hall,' Pastor Rev. i". W;''tep ribu;'i Mor of lovllness a* well as brated Sunday this School Sunday. classes for I'

Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter E. Ingram, reporter :ft' M. T. Copeland, reporter many of the latest fashions. children of all' ages, and an

Sunday School . . 9:30: Sunday School .?_?_._.._ fo3( Sunday School ............... MB ;.We' .lfe looking forward to Adult Blzle Class are heldat 2

Morning Worship . 11:00: Morning worship ..._....._ ll:0: { BTUi';;: __:.0:30 ,Easter morning at 4:30: when I p.m. The Rev. Water Pinnt Is 1

Evening Worship .... . 7:00: Evening worship .._._..-.....a .T.DO: MornJnfvServlce, M Lj;:l ___ [11:00 'our Sunrise' Service begins.>> co !pastor of the church, which

Holy Communion will be served The Easter Sunrise ,Service Tiers'''Vlir; be Sunrise,T3ervic 4 There will be the administering months ago. Further information

at the Easter sunrise service wl'.l:. begin at 5 a.m. The Baptismal at Jthtf 'thtfrth) "Sunday" ? at 5:30;: of Holy and Communion at both service.the began holding services two

and 11 o'clock service. The pas. Service will also take placeat a.m. Everyone Is" invited. early 11 o'clock can .be obtained by calling Rev.
tor is asking everyone to bring this hour. Persons who ;tarp The Sunday School Is having' ;After these service the Bouman at WI 71913.

your candle for a four o'ci'ock:' to be baptized please be preft- : its Easter.?. program at 3 I p,m, School, board win take over the

candle light drill around the ent at the Sunrise service. The Immediately er"' the program; from-'4 p.m.. on,' through FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa

block. reception of members during the It's an. Easter- Egg Hunt. Let's evening..

The pastor Is sponsoring a tea 11 o'clock service. The H 'o' I''y turn' 'out with them "T $ ,r The Easter program, under Mrs.the Locka

at the church on Easter Sunday Communion will be administered The Antloeh' kindergarten:: la direction1 ,of Mrs. Stevens, Stra- Rev. W. J. Macon, past r 1

evening In the Interest otMen's during the morning: and even having it* Easter prdgramat: 6p.m.'We.'aresure Dokesj. Mrs. Rivers, Mrs. Sara E. McRae secretary !
ing worship. The. Calendar } chan and* Mrs. 8. L. Gay Is des
Day from 4 to 6 Rally ; yon wlirrwajilto ;
p.m. tined to be a great one. We are The Men's Day: came off with
has been( extended until Monday MM* the i tot. .."oT.o: | r church -

,, ....,...... night April 3. Each member' is performing at- their best Mrs. planning to give all of ourhSdten' great success both spiritually'and
araexaeofNc' xs.a """ "'>"1"" > "y."' : ''' ':'/N. '''''''''< '''' be in the
{ :a chance to financially, under the leadership
urged to do his best to make Patrick and Mrs. Phillips, In.
iI Easter Parade. of Bro. Arthur Mack as
W 9 the Rally a success. structors.'
Our second quarterly conference chairman and Bro. Frank Cross
Let us not forget- pray for
: Sisters Lenora -
was held Friday night as cochairman.The .
and visit our sick
Clark, 1960 NJW 4th court; _y._*yj*."2't-1ns.. our presiding elder, F A. Allen ushers and choir, all men,

1 SRar'Y Pau.ine Woods", Jackson Memo. BAPTIST In charge. The ,service was. open- served in full capacity at both
: t rial Hospital;; Franeflf Hylo'r, ST. LUKEr. In charge
} yg? ujf_ kd' 1yrj h' our pastor services. Judge L. E. Thomaswas

t o > r 07,; 314A NW 14th st,} ;Annie M. Rev. R, 1WUUamt, pastor 'TW',scripture' was read by the the morning spea'ter. Rev.
t' k Twine 2009 NW 65ttf'terrJ: Em. Mrs. Burncsta Green reporter' Presiding Elder from the 26th L. R. Ross, pastor of New Bethel

ma Caldwell, 2411 NW 69th st. ,Sunda f School" . 9:30:; chapter .of St.. Matthew. Baptist Church, Richmond

Y SA Let us pray for and visit the 'Morning Worship . ll00 Heights, delivered the. evening

l Y,{ y s .a.6 it sick. BTU' 4 <>-. . ... 530; The house was'opened' for bus sermon. Bro Mack expressed liLa .,
Evening'WJi5iip . .-. 700 Iness. First was 'the reelection thanks from all of the men ,who
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. Easte .Stlnt'lJe' Services willj4 officers for quarterly conference. served as captains and a special

z held Sunday, ''*t 4:30: am.: Both ,,All boards and clubs made- very thanks to the ones who hp1p*d
9 Frances Baumgaftner of 4lce
l + a '' choirs ate'' aslttfd: 'to emerge, also reports.We them go over the top. Total
North Miami' will:,, conduct- Friday night
both usher .ibt ardi. iThergwiil raised $111.00 amount reported was $2,005.80.
series of five discussions on the The Rev. J.- B. Blacknell of
ari Bro.
;: be Easter prop Sterling Dickerson rennet d
book "The Promise of Air) Ag s" West Palm Beach will preach for
.be'ginnlng at"4: 30 p.m. at $130.60; Deacon Eugene Justicewas
written by George Townsend, &ramIi', April 7, Friday night. "
: ,rch. All children are us on __ next with $102.40; Deacon
of St; Patrick'sCathedral
participating )la',,the program and Oscar Howard: 10050.
In Dublin Ireland. I. .
please be on time.
The first of the aeries will be .mom'"
s 4 held 8 p.m. Sunday April 2 at SATURDAY Lighting of the
: I Have
the Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th GRACE New* Fire, Blesaing of the Font

"'. ..y..w'M;,...,: ....<.>.Y>,.:.;;...;..,.'>:,.*.t.-:0: !.. ave. The subject will be "De 6kb5 N.W. '14th Av.. and>.Holy Baptism, 6 p.m.
sign of God." The ": EASTER Solemn Sung Mass Sunrise ServiceThere
Is in.
Mrs. Lucll.e Baker public Re1: ".W.*F. Savoy, pastor V 6 :
superintendent vited. sermon and procession a.m.
School tifSO
of St. Paul AME Sunday Sunday Morning+Service Church School, 9:30: a.m.; will be Sunrise Serviceat

.. School was recently honored by Church of The Open Doot 11:00Evenltig ,Solemn High Mass and sermon Trinity, 511 NW 4th st., on
Service . . 7)0&)
the Cathedral Choir and other i with procession, 10:45: a.m; Jun- April 2 at 5 a.m. After the ser

members of the church with a (Cpnjprefatloaal),, W.ed. Night Study . 8T16 I.onlt'EYC, 5 p.m.: senior EYC vice breakfast will be served.

"This is your life" program for Rev. H. C. McDowell, panor Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m 6.'.p.m.: Solemn Evensong and Price for adults is 60, cents and

her years of faithful Sunday A. E. McNeal, reporter tHere Is our schedule for Easter benediction of the Blessed Sacrament children 26 cents .

,. School work. Thursday evening the, members : ...'--jf 7 p.m..WEDNESDAY. '1
;4:15: a.nt.: tra-'nspVrtatfon ;
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and friend* of the church attended Low mass. Sunrise Services '
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. the Maundy 'Thursday leaves tropthe8 urCh.-tor; the 6:30: "p.m. .*,
Easter -
? rvlc6W* the The Saints Ann Margaret ,.
service and the observance of ; : .".
O. W. Foster, pastor the Sacrament .of-.The Lord's 'Ofang:: rBowJ; .) nlCK-'begins >t :.. Chapter of the DeW Is PlannedSince '\
5i05 wllliiibthav4ianEastbr : '
Rachel B. Pratt, reporter a.D1W sponsoring an Easter Monday
Supper on the of '
Sunday School . . 9:30: Week when it night'' JnatHUte'd'.1 Holy*;:' dawn service, at the" ; NICht of Games at the home of the cessation of Sunrise
Morning Worship . . 11:00: was : church. .a: r-'jf >\ Mrs Winifred Johnson, 1921 Services at Virginia Beach about

BTU . . . . .6:30: an Easter will be observed w'' ien ::. 9:3p: .nAa. ';;:4; WOh i ,thaCas NW S9th at. The public Is invite three years ago, there has beena

Evening, Worship . . 7:00: appropriate message and .comet 'adult'.; &S.Vehlidr; flwill' ed. ,. sad lack of such facilities In
special: Easter music: Friendsare but"rtb'
On Sunday afternoon at 4:30: always welcome at Sunday church The i-Saints' Ann Margaret chap- this area ever since. Realizing
oUr 11
p.m. the BTU, under the leader a.m. service in our Sanctuary i School'fott t Ea.ster.Pareatl; bring t'efi U sponsoring Its 3rd annual this need, the Rev Osa Nickerson

ship of Deacon Roy Ross, spon. 786 NW 61st '*.t. your palrents eMrdren., ,Children, rf ryour' Fashion Shbw presenting Miami's has planned a Sunrise Pro

sored "Talent Day." The mem Thursday,, April' 6 at Northwestern > II a.mi ....:;. 'EaMir Commtiaton Ton Best Dressed women. TicKetft gram for Easter this year. It
bers and friends were entertain High School* "TalentUnlimited" Service. All, ehnrche* should bi ] + are now' on sale Call OX will take place on the groundsof

ed with the beautiful renditionsof will be 1.7066 or contact any chapter the Mt. Olivet Baptist Churchat
presented at8p.m. rUled to overflowing to cclebrate
musical selections and read; The '' the wonderland member. 1622 NW 69th terrace. Ser
chorus ,
Doraey; North the majesty of
Ings. The speaker was Deacon : > St. Cecellk's, choir Is sponsor vices will begin at 6
Dade Symphony Orchestra .And tlw vlctoMous 'Cfirlit. V .\"
James Mobley. He spoke with Booker T. Washington drlma ;!16:30: p.hn. .;::-.Th.Xri{ >uttf Will tog: a' PastLenten' Tea, Sunday, The Rev. NIckerson, who Is

Us on "Love, Faith and Prayer." group will be at their bht and Evening devotions and an April 9'mt the church. pastor of Mt. Olivet, Is noted for
The North Dade High School
He delivered informativeand water his work with
a very will give"you a play *v teenagers In the
program that you > V '\
choir will be featured guestson
.ln!plrng} message. > area. lIe Is extending
8:00 TraHipoftatlbn an Invlta.
can't miss. Tickets are' available : p.m. "
We are planning a. wonderful leaves .for the 'nl 'ht Service- at April 9 lat ,the Evensong witha tlon to all who are Interested .
10 Bjaqradra eqj jo iaw radjj of sacred music. ,
program whether
Easter Sunrise Service in com the Orange they are members of \
at the door. We are expecting Bowl, .which begins. The Sacred Heart Chapter of "
memorating the resurrection of you at 8:55V'p\m.: ", + his church or not Ills congreSa4 -
Jesus Christ. Also at 3 the the Episcopal Churchwomen Is n has been In ,
p.m. Easter Monday there will be Rev. Savoy Will/ be pronouda sponsoring' its annual Tots on the process
Sunday School will present the Ing'the".benediction": at\ of building a new church and
an egg hunt and a fam. Parade on'April' 16 at the home
boys and girls In afternoon at they expect It to be In
an fly outing on our spacious ervces the Orange Bowl of Mrs. Jimmie ,Fonben, 1840 NW for Easter Servllu. readiness ::.," i
Members and visitors'. tW- I
'grounds. Bring your barbecuepit "enCOUraged 63rd St. The '." ,
and chairs and enjoy love- to shale together In slnglng-- the Sunrise !

MT. CALVARY BAPTIST .y day under the shade of the these special occasions of the SPIRITUAL BAPTIST the Services Choral s will be furnished by .i
day. Group known
beautiful trees. as the
Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor I =----_ r.' ,, "Heavenly Stars," and
10250 S.W. 176th St. a guest
Phyllis Myers, reporter TEMPLE BAPTIST Perrine Fla. minister will preach In addition
Sunday School l . . .9:30: NEW BETHEL BAPTIST to the pastor's sermon.

Morning Service . . 11:00: 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace Rev L. A. Thompson, par+tor' Rev. Ernest morning Hutcheson the Jr. pastor pastor

Evening Service . . 7:00: nevI Ernest Williams Sunday School 9SO| Sunday*
pastor will-.deliver his annual Easter '
Patricia Mosley Is still sick. )eacon Fred Williams, reporter Morning worship .11 too message. At night an appropriate Easter Sunrise

We are ail: praying for her to dunday School . . 9(30( BTU< S30 sermon commemorating the

have a speedy recovery. Morning worship . 11:00 Evening worship 7:00 resurrection of our Lord and Service

Evening Service . . 7:00 The, revival which} has been: (in Saviour Jesus Christ, win be de-

j ST. JAMES AME CHURCH This Sunday at 5 a.m. there progress this week wtfl. dose Mvered.W Caster Sunrise Service
will be our annual Sunrise Ser Sunday night. The'Rev. are looking forward to the held will be
Rev H. McNeal Harris, pastor. (Mother) On the Sweeting's! Estate
4 Mrs Sadie F. Dean vice. Saturday there will be a Ethel ,Hunter rioted Bahamian tinging contest bewteen our 2148 NW 4th st., Sunday d
I Sunday School sale at the church. It is in chargeof revivalist of '69( years' experience church and New Mt. Zion Baptist a.m, Special music at
9:30: wn be
Morning the women of the church. .at delivering': Our)-'searching 'mea Sunday night, April 16 at rented by the Dlllard pro-
worship 11:00
7:45. It will be hold at New Mt.
The music on Easter will be sages Toil are' Invited to wor- School Chorus under '
Sunday morning 5: 15 our early rendered by the Noa. 1 and 2 shlii at Temple Easter, and be Zion In Homestead. tlon of Mrs. Rhoda Sneed.the dlrec-
service will be held. Music by choirs. spiritually 'blessed. Easter The

2 choir No.2, and usher board No. Schedule- for the .dayr Sonrlae ,FIRST UNITARIAN ed by Rev.message H. j.will Everett be deliver.

.f will greet members and friends. TRIUMPH .ervlc 'at '6 & ta'- 'Morningwor( ot the pastor
jSonday. Bethel
! Pastor Harris will: deliver the April 2. a specialFamily Baptist
hip at 11, witB-senaoi'kndvbap! Church Breakfast .
message. Subject "The Effect of Prince C. Easter Service will be will be wrv-!!
Mobley pastor
tlsm. At 6 ) ed to
The Resurrection." Sis. C. p.nr.the ehtdrrawtilpresent held at 10:15: at the First Unitarian all. The public is invited. ,
McKinney, reporter, their.; .Easter ,prol 1m. ,
Church of Miami
Sunday School will be at 9:30: School of Wisdom . 10:01: The Lord's, .Supper will be. administered Church 46 SW

a.m. with Mrs. Margaret Reynolds Y. P. E. Band . . 8:10 both morning. and 29th road with School Easter
time changed to 11 Fashion
suprlntendent. Evening worship . . 8:00 evenin'gs'. : R. t.I a.m. Tea
At 11 a.m. regular Holy Com jAJ .the 11 a.ta. service, the
cUlrmah\ net
The cckbitr'
Each Sunday there midday
Rev The
Robert W; Son en will speak public Is
service. Invited
Music by choir tervlco 12 inch Op?the Deacons to an ._
at the church at nodn. men, AT J. oa "What Easter Means to Me." Easter Fashion
No.1. Sermon by the minister Tea
The spirit Is always very" 'high Hannaaud Rev I. Ilopburae Junior lit Bethany I"
"Death Could' Not Hold Him." and progress" for both the That evening Academy, 5001 NW 25th '
the Lord really does bless. port I at 8:15 the Jefferson are on Sunday.
The Sunday School Easter pro Sunday evening the young men and women In the rally last Club, an adult group, models Junior h e

gram will be at 5:30.: people will render their annual Sunday. Those who were not will meet at the church to discuss Wlllvbfl. tots, And

A most cordial invitation is ex Easter Sunday program and .as ready, have a chance to do some "Ferment In Africa" Mr. miss this vYou beautiful won't want to

tended to friends and strangersto always we are looking to have a thing. The report wilt be made Alexander Glttes Is the moderato fashion pad -
spend this Lord's Day with us. wonderful time. on April 9. ? ViThe. time Is 4:3: Sunday.
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rls, trustee. JUST A GOD SENT MAN

Sponsored by G. W. Rev. Shepherd Bogaetors
Broward Mrs. Bertha Miller of 4017
Carver SW 26th St., celebrated her *' r* Do you barn A problem?
County birthday at her home Saturday Business Dad, Marriage
IOFFICERS night, March 25. Many of her '
Falling, Can't win the
beautifully decorated NewsBy friends attended the party, and man
breezeway of the Carver YMCA enjoyed a lovely evening. She or woman you love, Been
was the setting for the Annual received many gifts.Congratulations Crossed, Need Money,
Basketball Banquet. On Thurs-
day, March 18 Mesdames Caro Everything; Going Wrong?
lyn McDonald, program director Walter Howe to Three ;.t Health Bad? Can't SatisfyYour
of the YWCA, and Mrs. Lillie A. _. t<
-- Brothers Grocery who are now at
Husband Wife
Blair set an attractive table and or ?
their new location, 306 NW 6th
helped was serve a contribution a buffet lupperwhlc.h from INSTALLEDThe St., watch for the opening in the Want A New Home or ,Car?

clvic.mlnded businessmen. Veterans of Foreign Wars, Miami Times. -
: South nroward Post No 8196
The banquet honored basketball The pastor, officers and memo SEE ME TODAY "'-
Ranches in.
located In Carver
teams which participated in ben of Westminster Baptist "
a tournament held at the Car- stalled Its new officers along Church of Hollywood, wish to Never before In the history
ver "Y". These teams represented with 36 new members.The thank the ministers and churchesof of Miami, have so many
Dorsey Jr High; Dixie Park, the Atlantic Coast Baptist IM>plo een helped by this
James E. Scott Homes, Carver ceremony was held at the Association for their fine spirit great wonder man.
"Y", Sugar Hill, Carver Village Masonic Temple on Pembroke of Christian generosity on
and Liberty City Warriors. Road. Many of the neighboring March 23, It costs nothing to
posts were present. The followIng
Charles L. Williams deliveredthe officers were installed by Your encouragement and fl. i -S.__ come in and ,talk
address. His usual Interest Deputy Commander J. Hursch.of nanclal assistance are a'' source
and way of understanding of Cora)'Gables, and CommanderDames of inspiration to us, and we 627 N.W., 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 9.9138
youth was portrayed through his shad ever feel grateful to you.
of 6693 Opa Locka was
words of encouragement. also one of the installing officers. May, God bless you. In Key West Every Tuesday at 708 Angela Street
Rev. N Sears, pastor
Trophies awarded by Russell
Rymer, general secretary of
The following officers are:
Young Ulen's Christian Association .
Claude Counts, commander; Al
of Greater Miami and
Thomas "Slim" Bannister, wentto fred Watkins, vice commander;
Dorsey Park, Liberty City Punch Ugealey Jr., vice com. JOIN THE EASTER PARADEAT
mander Glover, Judge
Warriors and the Carver 'Y'. for ; Harry
1st, 2nd and 3rd place in the advocate; Robert (Bobbie)
tournament. Brayboy, adjutant; Walter A.
Dowe, quartermaster; George KILLENS'POPULAR
Darrell Jackson and Joseph Plnder officer of the day; Lon i r
Cook received individual tro nle Johnson trustee; Paul ,.
phies for being outstanding players Jackson, trustee; Eugene Har-
for the 'Y' varsity team;
Richard Ball received a trophy KnightBeat
for toeing a high scorer on the SAVE YOUR HAIR
varsity 'D' team and Charles Hill ,
received a plaque for the Coachof "
the Year."

This enjoyable evening ended
with remarks by the executive Ayt4
secretary of the branch, Moses L.
j Perry, who gave due praise to nYM Ir
Franklin "Uncle" Ross, program 4 J [
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PAGE 12 b' SATURDAY APRIL 1, 1961 In loving' memory of 'our" dean DEATHS SEEKING PRISON,
.mother. GUARDSThe
l n& SttSXtt; E, PtNttBfcVh0 .......... ..
died Mar h il, It'5 5 at' Greater Miami Urban

. CARDS MEMORIALS 'Hatchet bad, Elentheta, Ban a.ma Range .: League believes that by improving
*. May:'fehe 7rst in ,peace."Out the working conditions for ,
I r Jit the laud *f sky, ;.}.{rs. Annie L, Williams. fcn Inatructor minorities in Miami Is helping to
It. 'there's a dafctllng' : *n\ built of In the mathematics. de. develop a, (better community in
CARD OF SHANKS IN MEMORIAMIn o1d, whoa walls of Jasper lie, apartment at Roosevelt II t If:' h, which to live. In line with this
for she Is there above.' .' West 1'AhDeath., died March Idea the Industrial Relations Department
The family of the late, memory of our dear sister. Mr. Henry 24 at Christian Hospital Mrs. of, the Urban League
Pinder eon
MANUEL M. VALDEZwho -- Mrs., WlMa McKenzie, tight.Mr 1' Williams of 1000 11th at.. West feels that it is partly their re.
died on March 23, in Miami *. Elizabeth Smith Dght. Palm Beach, was a native of sponsiblllty to a,ert qualified
wish to express their sincere ap Miss Mamie tinder bgbt. Lake City. Services will be conducted Negro workers About civil' -service
predation to each of you, friends Seven grandchildren at 1 p.m. Saturday In Mt. opportunities.Ju.rt ,
who sent cards Tabor Baptist Church of this
and neighbors recently the U. S. Civil
flowers during his sickness and city. She Is survived by'' two sis Service Commission announced

death. rk IN MEMORIAMIn ters Meedames.Ciyde' Williamsand emergency open competitive ex-
We want to especially thank Edna Davis, and a brother amination for the position of
the doctors and nurses of Jack loving memory of our dear Asa William. Mrs; Williams Is Prison Guard The general re.

.. son Memorial Hosplta.? Rev.Hooper r, wife, mother, daughter and sis now in repose at the chapel' qulrements to qualify for this,
of Zion Church, and ter. civil service examination are: All
Francis and Johnson Funeral 4- Hornet Wade of 2479 NW '
applicants must have a h i g h
Homes.Mrs.. 67th sU died March :25. A vet- school education, or equivalent
Georgie Valdez, wife crap orWor.M: War $'1 Mrs;. Wade' a resident of Dade County for
id "Miami 34 years ago
And Family came
one year and must' have a medi-
from Poweraville, Ga. Chapel
cal examination.
services were conducted Thurs.
IN MEMORIAMIn F ,4l day at 4:30: p.m. His survivors Total starting salary $3 2 5 per
Include his wife, Mrs. Freddie month. Applicants must have
:tovlng memory of our dear r Wade 3 sons, Homer Jr., Horace passed their 30th birthday
father mother and sister, ,- and Marvin, and 6 daughters Weight Minimum 145 lbs, max.

'> ', : :. Mesdames Freddie B. Ferguson Imum 220 Ibs.; height, minimum

'I" : : );", '.... Ida Moore, Carolyn High 5'8"i maximum 6'3"; must have
Y k tower, Frankie Williams, and 20.40 corrected vision in both
e r Miss Grace Wade, and' 11 grandchildren eyes. Fu
q '0S.'t&r... ,. .;;:: '... in ,supervisory work may be sub.
MRS. BULAH SCOTT t I utltuted for education, year for
,' who passed away March' 31, j' ( Mrs. Cora Lee Baldwin, a resident > ear, with a maximum substitution
1956, of Miami since 1926, and of two years. A minimum of
rr We loved her but_. God loved 4'A an employee with the Miami cue year full time paid expert
... her best. Medical Center for the 20 years, lance in work supervising men is
'Mamie Warren, deter died March 23. )lrs. Baldwin, a ret ulred. Florida driver's II.
:', Bertha Robinson, sister native of EJdenton, Ga;;' lived at cense required. _
< o'a.. 'a.: Maude Jackson, sister I 3090 NW: 48th Terr., Services To app.y for this position, vis-
I were conducted Thursday' in it the City of Miami Civil Ser
:L IN MEMORIAMIn Trinity CME Church She is survived vice Department located at 3318

6aJAMES _._ by her husband, Leonard, Pan American Drive. For more
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: (. memory of our dear one a daughter, Miss 'Irene Baldwin, detailed information you may
,{, who departed this life a year MRS. MAMIE WHITE three sisters and ,three brothers. also contact II. Wheatley, Voco.
:: I ago March 19, 1960.GERTRUDE who departed this life March 26, tional Services secretary, Greater .
:: k '.. 4 1960. Moses Carter, an employeewith Miami Urban League; phone
': ,. One year has passed dear one the City of, Miami, died FR 16476.
''I< since God has taken you hometo March 23 Mr. Carter was a na.
: :" 1' be with Him in Heaven tive of Eastmon, Ga., and livedIn Annual TeaThe
.\ around the snow white throne. Miami for 36 ,years. Final
; We miss you, oh, we miss you. rites were conducted in Hawkinsvll. Gardenia Circ.e: cordially
; I How could we help but cry. But .*, Ga. Survivors includehis Invites you to attend its annual
I : F.her. if we live as you, we will meet wife, Mrs. Scover Carter, a Tea, on Easter from 4 to 6 p.m.
". you again bye and bye. daughter, Mrs. Bertha Lee Pitts, at Dixie Park Auditorium, 340
"*"''{' ag { s a Authur White, husband his mother, Mrs. Laura Carter, NW 13th st. Toddlers will be on
i1>!: And Children five brothers, Rayfleld, Frank I parade and their guest so.olst
'rr And The White Family lin, Ashley, James and Willie, I will be Miss Barbara Kee.
and a sister, Mrs. Carrie Thomas
i in

the members of the Opa
,.' loving memory of my dear Locka Negro Youth Foundation
children, :wish to express our sincere
,.._ thanks to the '
-' "-"- "'" '' citizens of Greater
Miami, also' El:iott J, Fieze and
the Miami Times for their won.
derful support in making our

# benefit breakfast on March 19 asuccess.
y. r r .
t } Hja.,'t: ,r, } We would like to take this opportunity

1 ti ._ N' ..._,_____, .. V'V 1I 11 -' to thank Mr. and Mrs.
? fyi McINTOSH r M M.x J Tucker, owners of Tucer's: Res
yy k Gone but not forgotten May ire ap 1 1 *Y'' taurant and their employees for
) she rest In 'peace. a Job well done. Without their
Josh McIntosh, husband support our affair would not

Lula! Mae Jones, daughter _........._ -- -..---- have been possible. Thank you.
Richard Rolle, ,son I David Pemberton, Pres.
Mrs. Daisy Ferguson of 2105
v. > NW 68th at., died March 24 at
. MIRIAM SMITH Mother : j ji IN MEMORIAM: Magnolia Hospital. She was a NEED MONEY
native Miamian. Services will
In loving memory of our dear $25
to $600
wife and be conducted this Saturday at 4
1r MRS. HESTER A. ROBERTS ,pm. in New Bethel Baptist Call PL 8.3653
I & Church. Burial will be in Lincoln -
who departed this life March 30, (
Meorlal. She is IDEAL
1960 at Key West.. survived by LOAN
vaI One her husband, Quel, four childrenher 6105
year has passed since you N.W. 7th five
left us. But memories still\ linger parents, Mr.; and Mrs. W1L
y on. Your chair in the home is liam Delancy, two sisters and a
vacant Sleep and ;. ,brother. Mrs. Ferguson is now EXPERT
on take WATCH
your CLE.'i: S ,in repose_ at ,the funeral home. AND
you rest, best.we love .you but God loves I DENEFIELD I CLOCK REPAIRS

Arnold Roberts, husband Andrews' Jewelers

Ancel Roberts, son Francis ',303 N.W. 2nd Ave.

And grand children Mr. Manuel Valdei of 1322 All work guaranteed

NW 67th St. died on March 23 40 Year In
IN MEMORIAMIn at Jackson Hospital. Services 3-0162 BusinessFR
were held in Key West on Sunday

husband loving memory of my dear March 26, Survivors in- A- .....
chide his wife; Mrs. Georgie
p TIM SAMUEL HUDSON Anna Valdex; three sisters, Mrs. SEE THE WORLD'S
: '. who departed this life on March Gertrude Williams, Mrs.
J Jj a M
i r r; a t 17, 1959. tense Munnlngs and Mrs. Evan GREAT SPIRITUAL

f .. "Always a silent heartache, reline Hilton, two brothers, LEADER
And many a silent tear
j $ .. ; Juan and_ Andra.
4 I f w I'J a W But always beautiful memories, a\ND PHYCHIC READER

& .' It.., J'" Of one we love so dear." Mrs. Ruby, Lee Barbary of
I BLANCHE ROBERTS, Sister Jessie Clayton Hudson,' wife 1143 NW 5th Ct., died at her BISHOP HUNTER

who passed away April 2, 1956. And Family home on March 27. Funeral services
Gone, but not forgotten. Wed will be held' on Saturday, If yeu, are sick or wO'H' <#..1
:,d. loved you but Jesus loved you IN MEMORIAMIn April 1, 2:30 p.m. at Ebenezer fall to .ee me to4)". Office. here.
best. Methodist Church. The body will dally 1 p.m. to p..... Thursday
.I J : Seven daughters and sisters, sad but loving memory of be on view at the chapel Friday 1 p.m. to p.m. Sunday 11 ......
two sons and brothers. our dear mother, afternoon. Survivors include her to t pun.READINGS.
MRS. KATIE WALLACEwho husband, Robert Barbary; a
v\ passed away March, 28, daughter, Mrs. Owendolyn
.: .. IN MEMORIAM 1960 Grace, a son, Robert Jr., a
I 'w, One year has passed dear one, brother, Andrew Barbary ,
In loving memory of, since God has taken you hometo LILLIAN ALLEN LAWRENCEwho I1.M

j .. :V MRS. EARLIE RAYE rest. passed away April 5, 1964 U,
<.jaf N SHEPARDwho We miss you, how could we and May, 7, 1960. J. F. DEAL STUDIO

l' departed this life March 28, help but cry. If we live as you Your passing away seems u Phone FR 4-3034 M17 tW 17 8*. r
1968 and laid to rest April 3, lived we will meet you again bye yesterday. Our love remains beyond 307 N.W. *
1958. and bye. We loved. you but God the grave. May you rest in 2nd Are WEST s
5 May she rest on In peace.Ernest loved you best. peace.Mother We copy and enlarge pictures of HOLLYWOOD ,
': Shepard, son Mrs. Cora Lee Ross, Dght. Mable ;your loved one at,half price. We .LA.
"Ernestlfl j .. Primrose and Mr. Ben Wallace ion, Clara Helen, daughter make all kinds of pictures PROP.r HIJNTR
Earlie, grand children Brooklyn, N.Y., And family Family and, a host of friends ..'11 I .n Ilfl IIJ

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THE MIAMI TIMES..:: MIAMI; FLORIDA The 1400 members of the Dade
School. On Feb. 23, J. R. E. Lee I Seated: Eddie Lee Stevens,
SATURDAY, APRIL 1 1961 .1 County Teachers Association, a Elementary was host to the Coconut |! parliamentarians and chairman, ',
PAGE 13 member ,of the Florida State Grove, South Miami, Rich j constitution committee; Philip
... Teachers Association,- have been mond heights'Silver Oaks and Cooper, caplain; Maedon BuL .. _,
TV NOT WORKING? ;... ,' For RentWe holding, area meetings' in, orderto Perrine' schools of Area IV. lard, Corr. *Sec'y; T. Sw Greer,
understand the.program of the -A schedule for Area V, South treasurer; John PInckney, auditor
If you live in" Liberty City or have some 1 and, 2.bedroour : association. The;fire areas have Dade County schools has not ; Carmetta,Brown, financial
Brownsville' we wttl l repair your apartments for rent.. Bus been holding meetings of one been presented as yet., secretary; Andell 'r-Mlcke s, re
TV estimate.on credit. Pav weekly. Free 24 pa&ea he door.: These" are hour with a,, standard agenda. On stage, the Phyllis Wheatley cording secretary;'James Cash,
Call OX 1-9429. Indf located at 2945 NW 4&th St. Area III (Opa Locka and ,North 'Faculty Chorus. Back row, 2nd area I chairman; Marian Shan
and 624<<, NW 22nd St Phone Dade) ,met at North Dade Jr. I from the left, .Mrs. Sybil Far non. 2nd vice president; Standing
FOR SALEGOOD FR 93576. and Sr. High School on January quharson, 'mulsc 'consultant and DCTA president Emanuel; Fryar.
18. Area II' (Bro n.tvne, Floral accompanist for chorus. Front Present but not on picture,
BUSINESS For Sale. Qro. WANTED Heights, Hialeah1, and Liberty row,, 2nd from right, Lemuel Pauline S. Wll'ls, secretary of
eery, beer and wine, also living City) had a Feb 8 meeting date Washington,, chorus, director and research. Absent, Annette Mo.
quarters. Gross about $1.200 a I HELP WANTED FEMALE at Northwestern, Senior High soloist", Neal, first vice president.
month. For information 'call City of Miami Civil Service ....
5-4908. A8 i competitive, exams for precince .__.___ .._u .
typist clerk,:colored; $270 per
DO YOU WANT a bargain On month 'and $11; 40-hour week.
account of sickness price reduced Rotating shifts, City of Miami
200ft for mitck wK n U residence one year. Age over 25
month, tfM down Full) pri"e years.. High School graduate or
$11 ,000 TToufifl./ 2 b"droom and equivalent education plus one
two Ptl"'-tmpnh. An fnrn'shAii year clerical. .experience. Typing
font too and $65. 104 NW I teat at time,,'of application1' ; 40
April 12: I
1OttsT! ;. Wit Bneolftt efflolenev 3318 Pan American, Drive; Only. ,
tA rent out. Kear 79th St. M U. S. Citizens I + }pp + M 4I
S!"mmerlfn. 7769 NW 14th place.
$4.600 cash.JOVFTY Middle ,aged woman to share '
home and take care of two'child II
1 be*,*v>ni house for rent Small ,monthly salary" PL
/lmn'/ family. $22 ner week Wl'l 79802.,
nnnlv rent to 'I
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12616. I
JTOTT F.. Onlr $400 down, SilO a
monthly, price $11.000. 3012
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room frame. Owner FR 1-0221
You are invited to attend an
I Easter Frappe Sip in the social
FOR RENT hall of Ebenezer Methodist
Church, 1042 NW 3rd ave., Sunday -
3-PFDROOM HOUSE FR April '2, sponsored by the
37830. Methodist Youth Fellowship
from 4 to 6 p.m.; a special Invitation
3-BEDROOM duplex. built-in is extended to all youth.
oven and range. Modern for Miss Yvonne' Ross, president; ..., -..-.
ndnlts. $35 per week. 2280 NW Rev A. D. Hall, pastor. .
68th st.MODERN. ; : ; YOU w I

room with Easter EggsLlbe'rty ,Hr.()' ,.W' CANENJOY_ iIe
cooking privileges. In clean. Professional Beauticians .... .. .
quiet pfece.: Call OX 14864. 'of Unit 56 are starting their : '" ,
annual baby contest" by selling .DO..6'I. LAST :9NIGHTS
MODERN Furnished room.. 1986 Easter egg at each of, the mem. ,
NW 67th St. Call NE 3.6203. ber shops. .
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APARTMENT. Two bedrooms ..... .
2360 NW
,66th St. WANTED .

kitchen facilities. Middle are Nftmu
man. $8.00 per week. Can- NE OPERATOR
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nOO I. Single man or woman.
Phone NA 10428. For Interview ...

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,: (Much to do about something.Our I The PTA meeting was held
MILLION DOLLAR own Gale Willingham and that time of the year Offered at 15 Monday night, March 13 In the

H FUND Linda Bentley from Mrs. El!')' when the 'Tea" merry-go-round, cafetorlum. Mr. Fuller, Cub
Sands' room, won the spellingbee whirls faster and faster. There; CentersThe Scout master, began the even
!' at our school. I fore, the PTA.will whirl with Its ing'a program by telling the,
Daytona Beach The first "Seasonal Tea" on Sunday! Adult Home Economics audience of the activities of the
of Bethune-Cookman College Once again the guidance com April 9, from 4 to 6 p.m. in thcb.ool's Education DiVision. of the Dade crib' jJodulfl.
met In .ltd annual meeting, Wednesday *
k I mlttee scored another success cafetorium. Beautifully: County schools is offering to all He presented the charterTor
March 15 In the Harrison for its speakers, Dr. Almond Ed In
decorated tables will depict the adults 12 week courses plain Pack 377 to our principal. We
Rhodes Memorial Library.Bishop
wards, the speaker for the 'seasons of Fall, Winter, Spring and advance sewing and, home other
also introduced to
chairman were
J. W. E. Bowen, morning session, and Mrs. Olive "
and. A wonderfully furnishings.
of trustees officers by Mr. Fuller.
of the board
A ( pre Alexander speaker for the even
with a.
planned program along Classes will be held In the fol-
sided at the sessions. motivated
ing presented the boys and girls After bedng carefully
fashion show featuring some of -
I' \ The ,board unanimously adopt with eons of tips on good boys and girls will owIng centers: the following organizations
parents, ,
i our ,
,: Northwestern High, Monday
ed a million dollars capital funds grooming. : this affair. were presented to the audience:
campaign for the following: The through Friday evenings. Student Council''', School Patrol,
4 k ; refurnishing and renovation of Don't forget to listen to our At our last meeting which was ,Booker T. Washington, Mon. Librarians, Dance Grojip Cub
I, the college chapel; a 12-room weekly radio program this Sunday held on March 27 final plans day through Thursday. Scouts, Gray Y and Audio-Vlsual
; i : station WMBM. This were made for the "seasonal
I classroom ''building to house the over j Club
,: education and humanities divisions week Mr. Thomas is presenting tea." There was also an interest. Dorsey Jr. High, Tuesday and
feVer the
1 ; a Student Union Building, a one.act play, The Easter Ing discussion among our pa Wednesday. Along with spring ,
North Dade High, Monday tevef of having Spelling Bees
and for landscaping, lighting Egg." rents and teachers .on ways for
r,: and Improving the walkwaysand A thank you goes to Mrs. Beatrice improving the Instructional and through Thursday. are going around Rainbow Park.
driveways of the present Gladden for her Interesting educational status of our school. J. R. E. Lee, Monday. The winners from second gradeare

: l' campus. $215,000 of the cam- informative faculty presentation All pupils ,who participated !in Mays High, TuesdayR. George Bronson, A'len
paign subscribed Tuesday in cafetorlum R. Moton. Monday. Adams. These two pupils are !in
was at the our on the spelling (bee contest are to be
."; meeting the Gertrude Hotch- the utilization of audiovisualaids commended for displaying tine Liberty Square Project Wed Mi*. Clara Wilcox's class. The
kiss Heyn Foundation of Nor- In the public schools. ability The winners+ were: First nesday' and Thursday. third place winner was June

,!a walk, Con., made a grant of grade: Josephine Randlie; second James Weldon Johnson,' Wed- Farrington of Mrs. Elizabeth
We must not forget the PTA Stevenson's class.
$115,000, and Dr. John O. grade, Ledelia Austin; third nesday. .
Tea Fashlonetta in April. Let's Bethel AME Hialeah March 24 the third grade
Gross executive secretary of the grade Alan Robinson fourth Church ( ), On
k ;
Doard of Education of the Methodist try to make our PTA project a grade James Williams; fifth Wednesday mornings. held its contest. The winners

Church, gave a challenge success.A I grade: Raymond Dalley; sixth Orchard Villa, Monday and were Johnnie Mae Perkins and
of special round of applausegoes Marcia Gatlin.
grant $100,000. A Capital grade Linda. Deneby.'CongratulatLons Thursday.
''I Funds Campaign Committee con to Mrs.: tussle Dobbs and Frank C. Martin Richmond Hats off to Mr. James Williams
\i slating of the following persons Miss Sylvia Ginwrlght, Mrs. are In 'orderto Heights), Wednesday, who is working along: with
was appointed: Bishop M. La- Dobbs' Intern, for helping us all participants. in the dramatic G. W. Carver, Monday. our top ten spellers who will
Fayette Harris, chairman; Dr. with our spelling: bee. festival. On Wednesday, A. L. Lewis, Monday. compete with Bunche Park in
Cbares: C. Parlln, Leroy E. March 15 the school was host to Classes will begin March 27' April for the annual Spe'ling
}: Northup, S. D. Weissfouch, Atty. By the way, the first grade participating schools !in this Registration will be held as contest.
Frederick F. Lovejoy Jr., Archie teachers entertained the first area. Those schools were BunchePark scheduled at the above centers. We are hoping that our spellers
f Morgan. Dr. DeWItt C. LeFevre, grade pupils on Saturday, March Floral Heights and- LUlieEvans. Registration fee for each course will do as well in future
f I, Rev. S. S. Robinson, Bishop 25 by presenting Its first story The judges' decision is $2.00 for 12 lessons, payable flees
James Henley, Mrs. Marjorie hour. The next visit will be on awarded first place to "Mother upon entrance to classes. Mrs. Rosa Lee Fortson, principal
:4 Stewart Jovner, Mrs. Richard April 8 at lOa.. Goose Gives a Dinner" presented For further information call ; Miss Leona Cooper and
Friend, Dr. Herbert .by Llllie C. Evans. On Friday,
J. Burgstah- I Mary Ford Williams, principal I PL 4-5491. Miss Virginia Cooper reporters.
ler Attv. D. W. Perkins, and March 24 Floral Heights was
\ Mrs. Alice Mickens and an alum Denis R. Thomas IV, reporter host to the winning ,schools from

ni representative. each area. Those schools were
; The Revised Plan of the Cam F ran c k C. Martin, Phyllis IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE

I pus of the CoUeere was unannl- Cox KindergartenOn Wheatley and Llllie Evans. SUSPENDED

\' mously adopted by the trustee. Alese K. Gill, principal; ,Alex.
Friday, March 24 the four ine W. DeLancy, reporter. Why' wait up to six week to clear your record whenwe

R. R. MOTON and five year old children had can clear you and have your driver's license back

( The Perrine community has their annual spring outing at in your wallet in ONE DAY at .
t good reason to be the Miami Seaquarlum. The
proud of Its Enroll your child: at the
PTU. Mrs. Dorothy Lester: children were impressed with Fin Art Conservatory Servfce-Firsf Insurance
president reports that the R. R the acts performed by the train. Agency

Moton PTA was cited no less ed animals, and are anxious togo Adventures in Art 3497 N.W. 7th, Avenue NE 5-6355
than again.
times at the Each Saturday 1-2:80:
recent p.m.
state convention Jield' at Orlan The Cox's Kindergarten in At Carver YMCA and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4.6612

do. For an art display coming vltes you to its 10th Easter Open Saturdays until 3 p.m.
from our school Fashion Show 0 week 98.00
whose is
11.- art pro sponsor ...
?.'. gram Is under the direction ot ed by .Kindergarten.. The ,: .LJl .-
Rudolph - - --- ---- -
Adams, we received, a program is April 2 at Dunlbar i il ;;;r---
r.' i first prize. The PTA was cited Elementary School from 4 to 6 ;

i I further book and for for program their procedure p.m. For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

I Orchids to Mrs. Lester n

fine execution of leadership
Speaking of PTA activity, the RHOMANIA BONDED
entire Moton working force was

fore Pleasantly surprised Friday ,be Fashions Talents
last with a very tasty lun. ; qka

cheon furnished by the m o B t 4 .,
thoughtful, we think PTA i In Dance
the county. COLLECTION :

Won't you write to J o h n'I'
Thomas He's> our little
fourth grader who !Is a quad SEE THE' SOUTH'S
ruple amputee resulting from a
bout with spinal meningitis. I'm LEADING COLOREDLet
sure J'A love to bear from AGENCY Inc. :
you. His address ts 10080 Htbls FF rz fir' ti' tM
cus St. r
Coming soon at Moton will be _I
our PTA tea.
Hawaii" Is planned; An Afternoon for you and In w The largest collection and rental !

you can't afford to miss It. Mrs.. ,
Juanita Jeffries, who has spent agency in the South; operating in ''
some time
In the Hawaiian Is I
lands, will be our featured Dade
guest for the afternoon. and Broward Counties' r rI

IMrs. L. W. I
Fannin, principal
Mrs. rt. 0. Harris, reporter. ; Negro Housing areas -

'1I her years of experience guide L. 1.. BROOKS, Prtaldcnt
i BETHUNE ELEMENTARY and protect you throughout life 1
f aa a lighthouse guide the shies I Ia In MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE -
I Third grade pupils will be atorm. For auccea in bualne* THAN ,
heard over station WMBM Sun and love. 10,000' HOUSING {UNITS IN DADE AND '
day at 5:15:
p.m. as they
sent a skit, "Our Easter Party.pre'; PSYCHIC READER BROWARD COUNTIES "

Participants Include: Deborah -CONSULT HER-
Livingston, Deborah Williams DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
Janlse OUt, Charles Fortson. OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF ---

John McMinn Linda Squire GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. ,"1..1
and : ? ,
LIzette / 'L. '" I
chairman Johnson. Mrs. Harris 1 Is Office Noun. : ". : _
of the third grade. i
9 9 .
a.m. p.m.

Ing Delegates of the FSTA attending which the Is-meet con Thura. 9 a.m. to ,, '1 -, 'E CY, INC. 2

vening here during the weekend 7 p.m.

Include Mrs. Viola Iflggs. Mrs. DAILVSunday .
Flossie Hawkins and Mrs. Evelyn 11

Frank Woodard, physical .
10 a.m. 3 p.m.RADING .
instructor, la In Gaines MAIN OFFICE \
,villa where he Is attending the
,'' funeral of his mother, Mrs. e 2080 N.W. 75th ST. ................ PL 89627 1019 N.W. 6th ST.Ft .

Julia Woodard, who was a real 11.00 UP 3801 GRAND AVE. ._._....... HI) 5-1381 Lauderdale ..._...._ JA 4-8357
dent of that city. Deepest

it 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. NB $.*4.S
Is extended to the bereaved 23 Years Experience a 339 HAMMONDVILLE RD.
The school-wide Easter assembly MADAMHUNTER e 1875 N.W. $2nd 8t OX 1.4411 Pompano .. ,__ VVI 13235
which was presented
Thursday morning proved a 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. a 14460 N.W. 22nd AVE.

great success. The assembly committee 1657 N.W. 73rd ST. P rrln. CE 5.36B3 Opa Leeks MU 1.0117
.1/ is to be congratulated for MIAMI
.:the. splendid array of preientatlons. 1163
Don't Write-Call In Person t N.W. 3rd Avenue H" FR 3-8416

*WWt' r O. Cogdell, principal; I,
Elliott J. Scavella, reporter -I ." '.j .'" _
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SATURDAY,.APRIL i, 1961- PAGE is ;: '.AD1 CONDmol n 'RUPTURED ? .

n r J U ; '. C1ift.STARTIINQ"EASTER to* Altar *.

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.i. -. ; Cecil, B. -DMiile'aTen
r. a
Jac&b* 'Monis "ji-.. "of) '"Drlggs "':

Hill, Andros, drowned (near ;
R Holding. pay on Match: JLfi, while
he was ofl a fishing trap; The :

body was recovered Morris was Comm.kdeJ' Li. ITY
subject to having attacks of tita.l' .
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S "
James Jngraham.--.e accomplice' ADMISSION tAdults .. .. ... .....

of Elvan Rose in the Murder of 75cStudents OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
Prison GUard Oils King last 50c
R 4 vear, wi'l' hot hattg by'the: neck.

Both of them were convictedand Children 15c FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
sentenced to die The case

of Rose was appealed to the .
: Privy Council, and-Al few ,weeksaeo EXPOSED In LIFE, LOOK SAT. EVL POST I
that body commuted his ,
M .T.Y -Now'Tho Yeor Greatest Screen
sentence to life Imprisonment.
., On 'March 16 it reported, that SCNSATION! 't < .
he Executive Council reduced
Miss Phyllis Peterson, a 1968 fngraham'i sentence to life:* '
honor graduate of NorthwesternHigh TMC
Samuel Otis King -was
School, and now, a juniorat *** 5 j
to death by the two prisoners. M I
Morris Brown In Atlanta,
I they attempted to escape from. PHENIX
has been notified that she had CITY
the Fox Hill (Prison Feb. 17, I J l. : '
the highest average In the jun. ,
lor class. 1960. STARTSSWI.. MM'SWU *" V .k'V Smmlftf

For this scholastic accomplish. I Father Prosper Meyer, O.S.B., ".*;" *IM** "I*

ment Miss Peterson will receivea first Catholic priest to serve in ., PULITZER PRIZE
year's tuition without cost. the Bahamas, died suddenly A TALE OF / / .AR 1 BIT U1MRI 0WT2f lu|K.C.tvm.bw.lrftl ,

She Is the daughter of Mr. and March 17 at St. Francis Hospital k AXvJs K *h.YS r ,4t

Mrs. Philip (Catherine) Peter on Miami Beach where he THE CHRIST t :god
son of Liberty City The Peter. went for a checkup. ':. ,

sons have another daughter, A native of Kansas City, Mo., PLUS
Delores, attending this school. Father Meyer was assigned to

'" the Bahamas after his ordinationIn ...... ....,
1947 and taught Botany at St 'BEN HUll'Charlton -- .... '.

PHIL OSSOFER Augustine's College until 1950,
when he was appointed assistant DEAN U SHIRLEY
priest at St. Francis Xavier'a
SAYS: Cathedra He has served at IllACWNIE

Mastic Point, Androl. and other

places. Heston ,.
Because of my deep Interest

In religion, I try to draw out W. S. Blackman of 'Blaleah 2 SHOWS DAILY rmIg
and Max Laud
Johnson of Fort
from others their beliefs and !
erdale, returned to Florida this 2P.M.and8P.M.DOORS .
thoughts on this subject. WhileI .
week after conducting a meeting
cannot say my survey is complete at tho Church of Christ on St. OPEN vXi Hid tootle;staid JOK oa...iL1 j janliDID.CIfI jI

,or even representative of James Road. Five were baptized. tasta t I

religionists as a whole, I have William Miller and his wife whois 1 P.Mi; and 7 P.M. i ll mps..IIt'il!( :.*'MNiCOLOR: I
from Oklahoma in
noted a particular trend which 111iw_uB'iia,.tiM Ira''ll'''rrq''l.lr1 ,
charge of the work. Plans are -+- I
teems to follow: by many who afoot to erect a building
profess to believe in God. .
Adults, $J.?5 .
After ab..u.e of 42
This trend is Indicated by -
the ,United '6Ute,> Victor 1
doubts about life after death and Children
I Maceo) Toote of Long Car 're.
the possibility of world destruc. ,
turned to I Nassau'fora ,
family reunion 'PI t iRa
tlon through nuclear I
power. '
on March 15. That'date
understand the seriousnessof
can was the '70th birthday of hia
the latter, but feel personal'ythat youngest sister; Mrs. CedrlcFarrlngton | 'car driven 'by Bemis Smith 1 I ''l// I
who follows the
one scriptures ,of ;Nassau' and.'th, < The accfdfntpccurre3'JoQ'' Dope J : I
should develop enough 86th birthday of an elder els. Bin ; 2 t 71161 i..m; I 11t

faith to accept the words of ter, Mrs. Marie Farrlngton.of i wi|leUfcoy, : -wa, ; von his' way+ .
Christ, to cast out tear and Miami, who returned to the Bahamas to, work. ,

doubt. for the first time in, 43 Smith was arrested, but was .

The early Christian martyrs years for the occasion.Mr. released on ball pending a pre. t _

recognized! this and accepted Toote went to Baltimore liminiry hearing OB March ,20.. JACK LORD
Ills assertion to fear not those after he returned ,home from This was the fifth traffic death ''I" NOBU MCCARTHY

"who, could destrop the body and World War I and has been work In Nassau this year, l JAMES SHIGETA
then could do no more. They be. Ing for the National ,Biscuit Co. ,- ,

Vevwd Him when lIe said the all! these years. Elvis Rose-, killer of two men ,, -MELTORMEJ

:ito beyond was the true life. since 1957, has euape, e.\l'l + ,' .rsorRw +Mrrl ((1
Bandits and
through 1
+ WAU Mt J
lows ,for the second time.:
Christ promised us the ad. smashed the Windsor Service' The ,a/M1rOVA 1r1U1 pKl WsnMl j
vent of the Kingdom of Heavenon 'Center at Nassau International first time he was convicted bra' ,
Supreme Court. Jury, but ,the governor ,1
earth. If man destroys the Airport and the new Esso Sta l
physical earth with the nuclear tion on Interfleld and Burma commuted the sentence t
power he now controls, this Road .early on Tuesday morning Imprisonment that on the grounds "All in a Night's Work"
promise cannot be fulfilled I 'March 21, Damages are es anced.Rose was mentally unbal.
'trust Christ and believe His timated at approximately $2,800.

word will remain until Its ful Tt Is !believed that dynamite was Last May he was convicted for
I fillment. Therefore I fear not ised at the Windsor Station.Bruee .I the ,stabbing murder of Samue) STARTS WEDNESDAYBIG
aha world's destruction. Otis King, overseer at the Fox
9 drowned at Hill Prison TRIPLE BILL
We who live today on this Hanna during an attempted
'eirth may never see that Kingdom Swell's Point, Eleutbera' on escape, ;The Jury convicted him,' .
here, but I believe we will March 20. The boat In which! he but an appeal' was made to the The most tender and tr--' f 2 :*" / r' ,
partake of it elsewhere provid. "nd Robert Bowie: were conch Privy Council.- The charge was
'nc sank, Their started to swim, reduced to
manslaughter ,a 'd
Ins! through faith and works, ;
hut Hanna went down. The body'vas the lasue of "diminshed responslbillty" -
we strive to our utmost to prepare
, the world for its coming. recovered.! again changed the ten-
tence to life imprisonment.
\I Bahamas Airways will give
the opportunity of I
i Attention Ladies! messengers vlewinr some of the Out Islands Vanburen Drown, 25* of the TaEl oluo o ,

nn flights between' Miami and Grove, Noel Conllffe, 26 of

For distinctive Nassau. Short stops will be madeat Chipplngham, Livingston Teeley..
j i-- hair styling some of them on the way 34, of Wnlff Road, and'.Al x.

hair color ander Jones, 34, of Darling
Ing And or hair Mrs Helen Augusta BaileyDevonlsh Lane, were, arrested on March 3
I wowing to lit 75, died at her homeon and charged with the death" of
jour personal) Dorchester St.. on March 21. Charles -Taylor. !
Ity nee M I a s 9he WAS a sister of the Jate R. t 4
Mary Frances M. Bailey, and a native of St. The 7$-year-old night watch.
h Tnhn's, Barbados, but spent most man was gagged and died of sufoeatlon ... '"- I .
Dixon at e r '
Z SilVlA'SYkS'MCHAEL WILDING'jowTwiliCR.( uo-n\ nmHE-TEC:wIKt: r
law location of "f her life as a teacher In New during the night of Feb.;
employment York. 22, whsa. .robber broke Into .wl.rr..rr.wb4..M.'a..a.uI: ,
Lowe's Pharmacy on Market St. &

MM DIxon Austin Davis, 21, and Wilfred and fttol a 750.!Ib., 'Iron ,safe.. At 9 p.m.

has been for more than 10 W. Moss 44. were arrested on
t March 22 and charged. with the
ontatand the
of .Miami's
jenrs one Since January 23, free Immunization
murder of Gustavius Rolle between DANNY WILSONat
Ing and Claimed beautician To clinics 'In Nassau FRANK SINATRA -
bo abreast with the modern do'aanel January 58 and 29 this have attended to 5,273 children,
tlont'fl of hnlrdresslnff, she vear. Rolle, 39. a native of An 7:15 p.m.
has attended workshop at Floe dros lived| at Fox JTill. He dl,. according to a rsleaw ;from
appeared Jn January Late In Princes Margaret Hospital on
ida Agricultural and Mechanical "GLENN MILLER STORY"STARRING
Recently she* wa a I February" a boy found the bodyIn March t. The age are {rom one
the bushes near Tamacraw month to'.&v. years Th*;children
hair style
participant In A Road receive three Ujectlon, at 'four JAMES STEWARTat
of Atlanta, Gar
held In the city Immonlta.
weeks' (late"al.a*

Let MM Dixon help yon Asburr, Minus IR. son of y,... Uon against dptherla| whooping lliOOp.m.
ltv>k more glamorous, visit herat and Mrs. Frank Minus of A6V cough, tetanus sad small pox.
rogue Beauty Fair, 283 NW derey Addition died 10 minutes Clinics have also..been set up On ; .
:, _:f .!..L.W.' : tdL! :"I,.
: the Out Talantfa.; ":
ft,, Mil m 90010. after was knocked d.oirn. by' ,


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By TAYLOR Dot ...
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My parli'j c\: '" -, L fOR RENT .. ; ', .'
The ralr$t '.Wntag women, theTreete.st NO' 'CLOSING COSTS ".r NEW:"
\ >ot'flowers, Unfurnished" 1 -;bedroom
'. That pusfc\tbemselYes throughthe Modern-3 Years Jew '
v buds, I 3 BEDROOM apartment located t m pleasant

That sit peacefully" upon the ( Beautiful CBS.This is a home, not just aj.....house.' $78 2 BATHS. FLA. ROOM neighborhood. Near a

With stem strong'tolde on to the I a month. One mortgage.- \!.* \ BUILT-IN ELECTRIC bus stops. With city ,water..

'J brancbes., ;', S' -S I r i.. KITCHEN, GARAGE See apartment at.3370 ,NW
t' )
,. To be nourished by' the hands oft FIT FOR A MOVIE STAR 1232, N.W. '55th STREET 51st Terr or call Mr. Gil-

..,.. That nature theyrnay, bring. Joy to the. Name Your Terms *. J426 N.Wi 68th TERR.' bert, NE 44321. '3371 NW
hearts'of others, 1430 N.W. :59th ST. 51st St., ..;('
'1 You, truly are the Queen of Three-bedroom, Florida room, pool, cabana. Central >,".. .

{ And, them woUld,all, .like: to 'be King air condition and heat. Open 3 to ,6.p.m.

to share, ,\your", '.throne. ,HAPPY EASTER TO OUR MANY FRIENDS ..We If''build on."" ..ur.Jot.. ';t FOR SALESall .

I miss you very' very much,' S AND ,CUSTOMERS ... 'MONEY'DOWN
More than'thd' Sky misses 'a NO Beauty' Shop
I star,. \VS, ',2 "
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I Whenevel'ft"fa1;"' s from Its grasp.' LEGAL, REALTYMU Cash, paid for your lot or 2-bedroom house* for ,;
To the S ra'rl end of the earth. hornet "

Along with my thoughts, I cry 8-3923 PL 8-0290 BARON JE 8-1340 "rent J

As for'clouds.do you;: ,' for the earth, Nights..Sundays -, Week Da-*.- Holidays "

:{. t.. ," When its people l overdo their Call NE 4-9003
part :In sin, Advertise! It Pays!
And heavy rains have their
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,' birth

"( t ;:; ; The' clouds ;swell,,themselves with

j'1" ,, ,J' I: Then water suddenly,''above,comes the great Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to, the CommunityFOR

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"".: I lore yotit\+pd miss you much '*. I :
I need yoti\ ,' so:'love me as I love H
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you, :
:,, \,.'. And I'm..,sure" \ ,.}'"00'11 find no fault "
Hold mr'fcVnd/tlght;< as the i
I Angela''-jol?;: us,' "
.' S' Together ''In;Heavenly love I
I, f Hold and remember me, as I "
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think, of you,
i As my Goddess and God of _
\_ Love.
t I ,
I i. Good night my beloved, and may "
I ;: God watch over you, This Gorgeous! Home Can Be Yours,
f "Joft.t', As thft sun sinks In the west, ,,1,

., t'' And earth the darkness, \VI' i covens. mother: FOLLOW THE EASTER PARADE TO 1949 N.W,, 15?nd TERRACE. SEE

"(,i,.,j',,' And maq I ,,, <' 'and, The.. blessed THIS BEAUTIFUL BRAND NEW 3-BE DROOM CBS" HOME. OPEN THIS EAS-
;; '"i r:,: May Godveulde',totljgnt t you, from" darkness fER.SUNDAY. FROM 1.6 P.M. ,SPECIAL! IF SOLD:.SUNDAY A.BRAND NEW

J I ../1' The For truel only) ; /Jn'Hfm(everlasting will you light find, 19" TELEVISION SET INCLUDED WITH BUILT-IN' ':OVEN AND RANGE.

Which kind. he ttafle. for all' man- REAR ALL JALOUSIE) FLORIDA RO OM NO CLOSING COSTS.. .ONLY. ONE

AttentionTo __ _ _ _ _ _ ___ t _ ____ __
all beauticians: There will t1 :l 17
be a six'weeks Miss Clairol '
Clinic to begty from April 10 to BROWN SUB' BEAUTY LIBERTY CITY Are you looking for a place to
May 16 Registration will .
promptly at 1230.: Place, the See 2991 NW.43rd Terr. 2 bedroom, carport, newly have a beauty parlor, fcursery,
Royal Palm Beauty Salon, '
1606 painted in and' out. One mortgage
NW 3rd ave. Persons completing New 3-bedrooms,. oven and convalescent home. ? Then Jookat
r .
this course, will be awarded a i
certificate. ,Mondays only. Course range, screened Florida porch.. this business zoned\ 4-bedroom
free. school No closing costs. $85 month.
Close to bus. Open Sun- ,
.,. Miss Florence Kroupa, Clairol : \ home at .
..'S representative? Blllle, Pitts, pres. day 1-6'' p.m. New 19"' TV. let.-. See, 1923 N.W. 58th St.
ident Beautician Unit No.' 42. FREE. 1629 'N.W. 52nd St. "'.

\f $595 'Down:

Only $595 Down ." ,',,..> ,Can buy 'with only $795 down
3 Brand New I.I'c$ ,

3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Corner J
Magnificent: Homes CARVER RANCHESNew

"' .. with sprinkler system, oven and FHA mortgage. No closing costs
COMtf;:O E, COME ALL 3-bedroom CBS. Only one I
mortgage. INo closing costs. range, Florida room, close to $79.75
I .. monthly.. 2 bedroom
; First':Showing
::. .See 5341 S.W.19th St. : bus and schools. A beauty. CBS. priced right. Close to bus,
Suncleiy,2 to 6 p.m. "
I Only $395 Down : Only $995 Down a'hopp r. $350 down pays all.
; All 3 bedrooms,.2 baths I :
'h, Split Levels, Florida rooms t.J rDUPLEX : See 1580 N.W: 77th Terr.: ', f ,

Built-is, Ovqn and Range >
t ',, :': Tub and: shower enclosures : \fVI: J Terrific buy for builder, church
If you want to live in 1 apt. and : For the particular buyer. Thisgorgeous
1260 N.W. 55th St. group, ;zoned BUtA BU2A. Can
rent the other. For comfortable : ,
1437 N.W. ,56th St. brand new 3 bedroom,
\ 839 N.W. 56th St. living, terrific buys, then see 2 bath, custom built beauty. : build shopping center, bowling

i Harrow:, Inc. MO 5-3592 these two. Both furnished, city Large corner lot. 80x100, 2-car I: alley, church, stores, apt. units.,
water close to buses.
carport, large Florida porch.
'-',. :." Owner'moving.
Sacrifice. Terms.
Only $995
OPE> .,SUJV.;, 2 to 6 P.M. Close to buses, school, shopping, '
1 Empty, high level lot
Richmond Heights Each city water. Quiet area, large : (200x170)NW

rooms. 24th Ave., between N.W.
Corner Coral Reef Drive See N.W. 10th Ave.

S I 5- And, Fillmore St. 1030 N.W. 55th St. See 6090 N.w. 9th Ave. 153rd St., N.W. 154th Sts.

A LOW DOWN PAYMENT iii iii''" .. ".1>_,.1.,.. P" _...__,__ """'" -OJ'VIO .. T ,... ii' ----J os


3 bedroom,. 2 baths, garage
I :f. Built-in Oven and Range PL 7-1645

k5: Tremendous corner lot
: Sodded and landscapedOra We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sundays

: D. Taylor CE 5-4240! List your lots with us for quick cash sale. Best prices paidr

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Banks / MARCH 1961CONTENTS ,

NATIONAL LEAGUE'S i If Dinah Washington's new husband -

her sixth or seventh, and I I. he
from Mexico? u u..l

PLAYER WEARING THE Lisa/ J., Washington, D. C. PAGE

NO. 4-TYROL-$7. S Is The Negro A Vanishing
Navy, Brown, or' Charcoal l ,wr 24-year old Rafael Campos is Dinah's Amerl can?.....................* ,0>. :.4 _
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& Griy(with White Band), ing the news for the well-known service \
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.:. "matched, kind. What ,Is the relationship betweenthe Stripe" 1
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and Mrs. Louise/ Prothro who generally Bureau Chief of Stars and Stripes,
Difficulties in gathering news
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economics director four countries and three major is*
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By George Daniels ", ,

,,4 i rcA, THOUGU his race is growing steadily makeup. Their shades of color vary from blackto

population-wise and lynchings are becoming white, with tints of yellow, brown and red in
i"" as rare as hen's teeth, the American Negro between. Some hair Is straight, some wavy,
is going the way of the U. S. Indian. He is van- some wooly. Many noses are thin and pointed,
ishing from the American scene. The phenomenon others wide and flat; some lips noticeably narrow
is due neither to a "Back to Africa" others thick and droopy.
' migration nor trickery from white Dixie witch
>, doctors. It is the result of the processes of Each year, according to sociological re-
= integration which, at last, are channeling the ports, 30,000, light-skinned Negro Americans
Negro into the mainstream of American life. vanish into the white world. By "passing" as
whites they no longer have to eat bread in a
A resident of these shores since 1619, the backroom, but may enjoy cake in a cafeteria
Negro is just beginning to taste the fruits of the otherwise off limits to their race.It .
American tree of life-although they are still
rationed and often bitter. Even so, he is reap- is a fact that many of the people called
ing a harvest which never ripened for the Indian Negroes are Anglo-Saxon, French, German and
who originally held title to all orchards on this Italian more so than many European natives.
, \ continent. Likewise, many persons classed as Negroes are
more Asiatic-appearing than pure bred Chinese,
j III:, For years the situation of the Negro and Japanese, Philippines and Indians. These
Indian had striking parallels. As America's 9II 9IIthe
I differences in Negro types have led a numberof
\ oldest minorities, both suffered more than any anthropologists to suspect that the U. S.
, other group of U. S. citizens. Together they population figures would drop below the ten
I': witnessed the white man at his worst and were million mark If only "Negro-looking" Negroeswere
denied the right to the pursuit of happiness on counted by census takers.
equal: terms with whites.
Negroes are vanishing in other ways. For
The cavalier treatment of Negroes and Indians example, the Negro artists, sportsmen and lead.
I'I by the white man has been such as to stamp ers are now thought of as craftsmen first and
3 the majority race with dishonor. The Negro has second. Not many years ago Marian
, been suppressed through discrimination segre- Anderson was hailed as the Great Negro con-
gation and intimidation; the Indian subdued tralto. Today she is known to the world as the
through broken treaties, land-robbing, commer- "Great American contralto." Dr. Ralph Bunche
cial swindles and massacres. As a result, there has finally/ achieved the status of an "American
grew up in this country a system that denied the diplomat' after years of identification as the
Negro and Indian the rights and prerogativeswhich "colored political scientist."
the Declaration of Independence declaredthe
privileges of all men. There are those who will argue that the
Negro, as America's largest minority is gaining
One of the great facts of U. S. history (anda strength year by year as he wrests from the
major asset in the fight for equality), is that white fellow a desk in a school, a seat in a
the Negro no matter how ill-used, has remained restaurant, a job in an office. Little do they
deeply loyal to the U. S. This was not the case recognize that as political) economic and educational
with the Indian, who feeling strongly that he discriminations vanish, the Negro
, had been deprived of his own land, often warred t loses some of his identity. With integration,
r against the government. Some Indian tribes he becomes a player on the team instead of a
were wiped out, others banished to reservations.As curious spectator looking on from the sidelines.
I different races came together and lived in
the same territory, Inter.breeding occurred in These extremely American forces operating
;r spite of barriers erected by social prejudice.So both in north and south, are causing a major
it was that many Indian tribes shrunk, lost revolution in the lives of both whites and their
' their identity and merged after infusior of white former slaves. This upheaval is the most hope-
:; and Negro blood.Miscegenation. ful change in the U. S. since Lincoln's Eman-
cipation Proclamation unshackled the Negro

also started the Negro on the nearly a century ago.
road to becoming a vanishing American. In the
slave regime of the Old South there was moreor The most hopeful fact about Negro progressis
less open appropriation of Negro women to that it could not have been possible withouta
serve the physical cravings of their white mas- tremendous moral progress on the part of
ters. Although intermarriage was prohibited by white Americans. Even many southerners seem
law, the slave owners did not overlook the to know that segregation is no longer defen-
opportunity of turning Negroes into mulattoes. sible and that the tide of world events is
The extent to which the practice was carried on United States. His survey of 3,000 Negro higher now for the study was made 25 years ago. against It. .The result: the Negro in the U. S.
may be seen in the results of a study( made by genealogies concluded that some 78 per cent One need only to look at a group of Negroes is happily vanishing into the mainstream of
Dr. Melville Herskovitz of Northwestern Univ- of the Negro population shows traces of mixed selected indiscriminately to get first-hand American life. And, at the same time, Americais
ersity. The study, deals with racial crossing in European or Indian ancestry. The ratio is even knowledge of the vast differences in physical moving closer to the true democratic Ideal.IS .


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TH E-"G R EAS' ELEttS H Al R I I European Methodist Travel College Study Presidents Seminar ..,' FORWARD
'' designed to afford direct con- ; :
POMADE PROVEN' BEST:! tact with educational leaders, educa- F>g''i..I.' ti

tional systems and educational devel- I ." .' .
opments in Eastern and Western .. Dr. T. Winston Colt,
4 Super Groom is,the acknowledged leader Europe and in Great Britain. Conferences Sr.Colltgt, president, Marshall, WlUy,
rt among greaseless hair pomades--and with were held with Ministers of Texas, recently ". P
a, very good, reason. Super Groom,fo es-L' i "' turned from two-
Education, faculties and students in I month travel study, n
pecially designed to give your hair ,the'I'{ ., : seminar 1 In Great,
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C finest possible,' grooming without: thejibother every major university, college .. Britain and Europe
ew.e ; where he gathered t
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hair looks and feelji = Y '. these various countries. First hand i (for h i 11 inform tbtanalysis i
of the
better -and.is clean"erJ [Tli a ... ilnry r observations were provided in public treat education two t
When you purchase schools, and conferences were held systems of \the world. 1
fill 1111 l This article la a deer, factual, compirttlv
Super Groom, Ott tCa NIP with principals i I and other public ; report on the differences In the educational!
you know you're us tOP4 the modem school officials i 1 as well as public \,,' systems of Rue.aU and the United States,
ing the finest hair roe olsehobrt ,
t+M school faculties and students. Con-
pomade money can, son die+stnii ferences were held at the Universitiesof : cation to a college or university
buy, .Ak for Super ... :;;' degree-granting level in which emphasis '
Groom the original SUP .to< '. ,"" .... Leningrad, Kiev, Moscow, Rome, {1
GR'oo ;: is placed on subject matter,
Paris, Oxford, Cambridge, London,
greaseless halt'
pomade! reeruurltIDUausuteaew.Mr, ,,,,, ; and Bath. Personal interviews were content observation of teaching,
arranged in many instances. student participation in classroom
Y'1., ,Tailored to your heeds, There were fourteen college presi- situations and student teaching. Out
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Board of Education of the Methodist Institute, only one is usually

... :' \ ', '" : Church in the group. Consciously or accepted. In-service education is a
"'\" '0 :i.' \ ,('' vital of the teacher education
members of the
A most part
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i contrasting educational practices and employment I a teacher must take
principles as found in these centers training at least every five years
with those in the United States. There is also great emphasis on correspondence

For the purpose of this article, work. The Ministry of
consideration will be given to obser- Education includes a staff member
vations in the Public Schools and the who studies the educational programof
Universities of Russia. It must be each foreign country. Changes are
said at the outset, that education in made in the educational programs and t
1 '4 Europe and in Britain is planned I progress measured by the Academyof
financed and administered by District Pedagogical Sciences. (There is

Regional and Republic or State areas. perhaps no similar organization rela
One could also say that education is ted to the education program in the
TRIAL OFFER* .. r controlled by these areas, however, United States.) It is directed by a
containing ball he should hastily add that the word presidium of nine members. Membersare
three'" "controlled" probably has a different elected for life. There are thirty-
regular size connotation from that usually associ- four full time members, fifty-four cor-
ated with it when used in regard to responding members and five hundred
EnrUfed educational control in the U. S. A. fifty research workers. New members
Product Russia is a nation committed to may be proposed by individuals, or-
$2.40. We education as a means of national ad- ganizations or institutions.The .
pay vancement. Actually, education is Academy of Pedagogical Sciences i'
; regarded as one of the chief resour- cooperates in its program with
ces there. Tremendous responsibilities other academies i ; for example. the
are therefore placed on Soviet Academy of Medicine and Academyof
schools and support is provided for Agriculture. It maintains eight
r them by every aspect of society.i research institutes and the budget for
a Education reaches far beyond school 1958 was 44 million rubles, which is
age children and youth. It is eagerly approximately 10 million dollars according '
sought by hundreds of thousands of to the old standard. (Russia
full time workers who are also full recently adopted a new monetary
time students. One slogan noticed standard.)
frequently in the schools U.S.S.R- definitely -
public was Education in the
.s .
r the statement "A child can be born and scientifically planned.This
healthy, but he cannot be born educa- country has recently completeda
ted." The two major objectives in plan to add one additional grade CI'
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public school teaching do not attend continue in school or become an ap-
the colleges and universities, prentice to professional or technical
but rather attend Pedagogical Insti- workers or he may go directly into
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ulty salaries 1 increase every (five j has been put into effect and the re-
years. After twenty-five years the form must be completed between 1963
salary increases forty percent. Rent, and 1965. This system provides
including utilities, is about seven per educational opportunities for workers
cent of a teachers salary. and peasants as well as professionals.By .
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and purchases a round trip ticket which en-
titles him to visit various points of interest en-
route to California and home
returning via a dif
ferent route. The ticket
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our solo traveler explains that he will plan his
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On arriving in Los Angeles he is delayed in
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groups priority in transferring baggage from trainto
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\ Furthermore, they have been sold out for weeks.
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cab and inquires (from the driver of( another hotel
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do his searching on foot. Chances are he will
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I By Fred Avendorph hotel because of crowded conditions.
is absolutely erroneous. Although certain More disappointments along the route-with
travel agents have been known to charge a client emphasis on hotels -perhaps lost or damaged
directly, the agent's fees are paid by transport luggage, a poor choice of sightseeing tours, too
Rationally/ noted travel and vacation lines, hotels, sight-seeing campanies and car much free time and gradual diminishing of funds
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traveler or vacationer average the :; contact a hotel by mail or local telephone call, by a travel agent enjoys the very best that travel
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cover the costs incurred for telegrams or long with those who like the conviviality of travelingwith
distance toll charges. Charges for these and a group and who enjoy sharing experienceswith
other types of services will vary somewhat among others.
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Escorted Tour?" The price of an airline, rail, ship or bus ticketis equipped to attend to all bothersome details suchas M
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of the average, unexperienced travelers. carrier or from the agent. Yet, many travelers dining car stewards for convenient and ex-
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the countant, so the wise traveler avails himself of parking charges and stand in line at a ticket clerks in the proper assignment of rooms, coordination ;-
than travel agent's experience and skill. For more counter in order to purchase a ticket when they with all cab transfer and sightseeing com-
been a century, since 1841, travel agents have could have patronized a neighborhood agent a few panies, and complete cooperation with all railroad
lightening the burden and adding i to the blocks from home or business, or have placed one passenger agents from time of departure to termination
Pleasure of the touring public. phone call to an agent who will make reservationsand of the tour.
There are few things in this world that are deliver the ticket to the customer. Every timea Traveling this way you are (free of all the petty,
more fun than traveling. Yet, there are a number traveler purchases a ticket from a transportationcarrier everyday financial problems. All expenses including
people who don't realize that one of the best he denies the travel agent a commission hotels, transportation, meals, sightseeingtours
time ways to go about making the most of their travel which is allowed for in the price of any one-way taxis and guides are paid in advance.
A and money is to go first to a travel agent. or round trip ticket. For the great majority of pleasure-seekers,
travel agent is an expert in the complicated Whether you prefer to travel alone, or desire travel still means hopping a train, plane, ship or
and details I of arranging travelfiguring out routes the company of others, independent and group bus and pay as you go. This is for the seasoned
itIneraries!| reservations and costs. Experbecaut travel offers many advantages when obtained and experienced traveler or the very adventurous.Even .
travelers Use a travel agent's services through a travel agent.So this type of traveler meets up with problems
they Can get confirmed hotel accommodations again, we refer to the question of the ad- difficult. to solve.
and other reservations in advanceso vantages of an escorted tour in contrast to the The travel agent can tell you about special reduced -
Important /in foreign countries, especially where individual who feels he saves time and money excursion fares which are in effect only
space 'is Tedl Furthermore, it's such a convenience by making his own arrangements. Perhaps the certain months out of the year; economical (family
And to have aU!! details handle l for you! solo traveler dislikes people, abhors any form of plan fares; he knows where to cut corners on trip
JJmeraber' it often saves you time and so-called regimentation, prefers to cut corners on I expenses; he can handle necessary documentationin
travel money m utilize the services of a reliable the cost of all features and prefers ordinary connection with international trips; he can ad-
agent Yet, it is the firm belief!. of the ma- hotels to comfort and service. vise you of things to buy, things to do, and placesto
ontv' 01 travelers that in order to use a travel Let's describe a vacation trip "arranged" by I seeafter all, the travel agent is the vacation
-i.'tenr's services the client is charged a fee. the individual traveler who plans a rail trip to expert. jIr

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FIRST seen on American
screens with Audrey Hepburnin
"The Nun's Story," Errol
John was sought out for his YOUNG
second major film role /for
by Warner Brothers producer
Henry Blanke when he need-
ed a fine actor /for the contro-
versial drama "The Sins of eky
Rachel Cade" based on the ACTORs

best-selling Mercer. novel by Charles

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TURDILY built, ebony-hued actor enacts l 41Yrl
s man servant, friend and protector of Angie Dickinson, a
beautiful new Warner's star, who plays the title role of
Rachel Cade. It is almost a repeat performance for John,
however, since he portrayed the part of a hospital attendantin
"The Nun's Story."
His part in the film gives him greater latitude for exhibi-
ting his thespian abilities, however, for in this new Warner
Brothers opus, John is the pivotal personality who causes
Miss Dickinson to decide to stay in the Congo and administerto
the needs of the people rather than go off to America to
live the mundane life of doctor's wife. r.
John appears in a large percentage of the film's 200 ,
scenes during which Rachel Cade arrives in the Congo "to .
save people from disease and from sin." When she falls vic- 1177s
tim to the Freudian fires inside of her and gives birth to a
child out of wedlock, she is faced with having to decide whe- r..
ther to marry the child's father and leave Africa or stay and rt
continue to work.
The friendship and devotion which John has given her fig-
ure largely in her decision.
Like few other young actors of the day, Errol John is a
distinguished playwright. In 1957, he won the coveted London
Observer annual literary prize for his play "Moon on a Rainbow I
Shawl" which starred Earl Hyman and Vinette Carrol and ran I
f for an entire season at the historic Royal Court Theatre v ,
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Angie Dickinson (Rachel) and Roger Moore (Wilton/ ) meet in the jungle is theme authentic ritual dance. Having exhausted his mate in dancing an
I Frederick O'Neal (Buderga), tribal chief, with Errol African connubial ritual, climaxing marriage ceremony, Errol John /lifts his happy bride, Trellas
8 John (Kulu) serving as go-between. Yancey, into his arms. Real African was technical advisor for the Warner Bros production.Owl .


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