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: May 13, 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: UF00028321:00265

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y.. Dade County'snew y4
t 4.6 mlllloa dollar junior ,
eolltge wiUifbAgJn In July if ( ;
the Legislature! provide the WOMAN DIES IN' HOUSE FIRE ,

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A woman boarder was killed, Lt Jessie Quattlebaum and I''
President Kenneth Wil-'
It. and two firemen r
injured aa they
Fireman Paul McCreary rushed '
Hams dlsc'osed the target date
ran from room td room, starchIng .
for construction when he unveiled for survivors, as fire swept Into the Bmo'ce! .filled: house .tp :
a scale model of ,the cam I through a rooming house Friday search of other occupants reported -
pus at the School Board meeting; evening. i trapped. .Quattlebaum .'
Contracts will be let 1.
slipped In the drenched hallway
Dead was Castina Johnson,. ''on the second floor and Injured .
Dade school officials' Bald the about 33, a roomer In the two his back. Smoke and fumes r r
Junior college ,will be one of the story frame but ding at 322 NW overcame McCreary: and both of w
best 14th Terr., known the Georgia iiii
planned In the country. Terrace. as them wero taken to Jackson Memorial

The 46-acre site is directly behind Hospital.

Miami Central ,High School She was found unconscious Ina' The fire apparently started in Gamma Zeta Omega Chapterof I the room will be completely fur
between NW 96th and 103rd second floor room by ,FiremanA. a downstairs hallway and A'pha Kappa Alpha Sorority nlshed at a coat of $1,000.
streets and will front on 19th H. Robinson, and dragged .
spread through the 16-room decided to forego a spring dance
ave by way of a double lane from the blazing house., Oxygen Shown making the presentation
building, destroying most of the and contribute a gift of $600 to i
I to J, C. Fullmore, administrator -
tree-11ned street. The Junior col. failed to revive her. Interior. Christian Memorial Hospital ; 'i
lege now shares the,high school's, This gift is an initial paymentfor of the hospital is Mrs. !
facilities. Joseph Wilson, 44, a roomer, Dernice D. Kemp, project chairman
: the Central Center. said that he had left. the house furnishing a semi-private : others In the picture are \ 10
At present about 200 Negroes The Junior college, Is expectedto to buy a pack of cigaretea just room .in memory of the deported'aorors. Mesdames Gwendolyn Welters,
attend at the Northwestern Center be almost; 'completely into-, before the. fire started. Holding an Peterson Llllle Wl'lU,
I I at Northwestern High. About tegrated by th6' time the A d if a pack of Lucky Strikes he said The sorority hopes t v'I''I b 'J Uzell (basileus), Gloria
seven Negroes take clafc es at plant Is ready "This 1 I. what laved my life.. nate this project in e4.Ca bd Edna. WI lam..






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The White House, made "no Rested that the "Kennedy administration untll they are cleared by the I
A noise" on Monday as a series of "is still somewhat I President or the Attorney Gen
tctT civil rights blls} designed to timid and reluctant to put 1U eral. 'i'iI
make effective'' the 1960 Democratic full weight behind civil rights I President Kennedy, then presf'dential '
Platform pledges wan Introduced legislation! candidate, appointed
In Congress C'ark and Celler last Septemberas
Keating added: "I hope I am a committee of two to put
Sen. Joseph S. Clark: (D., Pa.) I wrong about this, because with. the platform promises on civil
ind Rep. Emanuel Color (D. out persistent White House rights Into legislative form.
N.Y.) sponsors of the slzpoint ,I backing there is little likelihood Under the bill:, federal techni
program, made no attempt to explain that the majority party in
President Kennedy's si'ence Congress will move forward." cal and financial assistance
on this legislation. would be given to desegregating
I Parts of the program were school districts. But provision
New York Republican Sen. worked out with the Justice Department would a'BO be made for court enforcement
: Kenneth D. Keating, noting the I a congressional source in case school boards
ibsence of a presidential message I said, but the bills: were not officially violated the duties the legislation .
preceding the bills;} sng- administration measures impose on them.


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A contained coroner's inquestand Chief Walter Hcadley announced
preliminary bearing Into earlier this month that Pollcoman -
the .savage and fatal stabbing of.. Robert I). Ingram was
Miss Carolyn J. Dooker, 23, of I r selected>> by the Pollen Staff as
420 NW 9th at., which occurred Ito 'he most Outstanding Officer for
Wednesday morning May 3 in an ',he month of Aprl after mruM.
alley between 1126 and \ 1132 oration of the many exceptional
NW, 4th ave, has been scheduledfor performances durlnrr tht n p nri.
Thursday, May :18 at 2 p.m. Officer Ingram was voted this
in Justice of Peace ,Ralph! D honor for his alertness and
Ferguson's Court at ::20' BE 3rd : courage while off duty in goingto
the retrcuo of a robbery vie-
ave.Edmund Demerltte, 34, a F' \ ::1 1 1m lie observed being attacked'
friend of Miss Booker, was arrested F iv three culprits.
by police and has been 8Rt, Leroy Smith In a memoand -
charged with first degree murder. urn approved by Captain
1 ;yv" 'lallfr! recommended merits be
awarded Ingram tor this valor
7t, 1w tus performance of duty even
S a. i. ;7e y
WOMAN DIES though outnumbered and at
b 1 .. 1 rN w My great risk of his personal safety
v and commended him upon
IN CRASHA managing to capture one of the
felons slnglehanded: ,
In addition to award of thomerits
car struck a utility pole in
I In recognition of his heroic -
the 1100 block of NW 71st st. '
act, Officer Ingram also
on Saturday, and a 32yearoldwoman : the gift certificate provided
was killed instantly In : by Chief HeadIer in M*
the accident. office. "
MUs Ouule Mae Davis of -(
1905 NW 74th sU died from
head Injuries. Lee J. !Mann 32, METRO SEEKS
of 7735 NW 14th place., driverof
the car, Buffered multiple
lacerations, and Master Jackson,
25, of 1060 NW 62nd St., was BUS DRIVERSThe
cut on the face. The Impact
threw the, three of them out of present squabble between
the car. DEBUTANTES One of the most elegant gowned young women made individual Metro and the bin drivers union

Sgt. investigator Ned Dolan,, Metro said accident that social affairs of the season was pre- entrees to be met by their father or sponsor could mean a breakthrough in
llly-wblte hiring policies of
Mann's car ran into the left rear sented last Friday evening in the City and turned over to their escorts drivers for Miami public buses.

side of another vehicle, pun out Auditorium when 55 selected high school: The Debutante Cotillion was the 11th Metro was lining up drivers
of control and hit the pole. The senior girls were introduced into society. for its newly acquired bus svs-
other car left the tceae. annual sponsored by the Miami Alumnae tern this week and Indicated the
taken to Jack The beautifully decorated, flower be
who was
union drivers signat
present can
son Memorial Hospital, is being decked ballroom was'crowded with parents Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. the same pay by reporting to

held ter. on a charge of manslaugh and invited guests as the gorgeously Johnson photo. (continued on page 18)S )



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Students to Get Heart Awards I SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 PAGE:

(jri) sixteen outstanding K. OF P. GRAND CAN TOO MUCH BE DONE
and Monroe County
.. School students will FOR
High receive SESSION TO
awards at & coffee to be
given by the Heart Association Fr. Theodore GibsonAND
FSS of Greater Miami on Sunday MEET HEREThe

May 14 at the Ron y Plaza Hotel THE NAACP?

Miami Beach annual Grand Lodge Session ,a I
Among the 26 top students of the Knights of Pythias
ARt were two from Northwestern and Court of Calanthes: will meetin The Crusaders, say
H I EplNbta Senior High School. Patricia Miami beginning May 14 and

I OX Page and Regina Jolllvette.: lasting through May 1?. NO!
Three types of awards/will be
The convention win open with
given. The first prize winners
the Memorial Service on Sunday
receive the Young Scientist
will May 14 at 7:30: p.u at St.. Paul
KEY WEST-TUB ISLAM It.f Heart Research Award. FifteenOf AME ChUrch in Coconut Grove NEW! DIFFERENT!
will have the
CITYA these students with the Rt. Rev. Sherman L.
"DINO" Is UaymoW Ar itiu's opportunity of working in a local Greene senior bishop of the
BUS TICKET to this quaint (Mays High Dramatic Club) research laboratory for a AME Church and Presiding
city 167 miles from Miami Is first three.act play by Kristen ted week period, during which bishop of the 11th Episcopal
not just another bus ride it's a Sergei In the May's auditoriumMay time, they Will receive scholarship District (the State of Florida)
peep Into the small keys, linkedby 17 The Queen of Hearts of $300. These studentswill officiating .,
able to learn white:
then be
a chain of bridges which of. their
Social Club is planning ,
ter fishing camping and re Cotton Dress Dall for the Mary they learn. Eleven of these win The sessions!! of the Grand II
< nera are. already conducting re Lodge will open at 9 o'clock on
aorta galore, but AS yet wehaven't Elizabeth Fiesta Room May 29
search in local laboratories. morning May 16 at the
given these stored up for reservations call NE 3-3012.
will be awarded the new A mammoth outdoor -
reports enough consideration to Is it true that the Baptists are They same church. 6 Hampton House
"The held
set of will be at
stimulating books
itivest other parade
than the few that talking in terms of moving their
In the
Intelligent Man'a Guide to Sci o'e'ock' Monday afternoon
flsti fro bridges. In spite Florida Normal College to our AND VILLAS
distance ence. All of the winners will Coconut Grove Area. parade
8t the to Key West, town? Not a bad move I say of
some time In their high school will begin at the corner
trip Is Al all times ei Most I'm it would get better
tj jdyed sure
and Thomas
have worked In
career a research Douglas Road 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.
of iny visits rave befln! oy8r- support, tlnanclttlly, as well as laboratory. This Is in and win pass through the prin-
nighters. The week I enjoyed spiritually ( of Baptists in
past plenty
keeping with the purpose of the cipal streets of the area.
I Phone
three rts.UETTY NE 3..0611COMPLETELY
days in the city. Mr. these p ; program which Is to introduceas
will be held
and Mrs. George Darden were The grand ball
my mother's (Rowena Plnder$ ) SANDS and James to many research.young people as possible Monday night at 9530: at Club

house guests. We saw the parts Vaubhan Page have selected These .students will be placedin 77; the oratorical contest and AIR
of Key West that never dawnedon wedding reception Invites for an not only medical laboratories Queen Review on Tuesday May CONDITIONEDTake
me out by the Casa Marina early June date Carolyn but also in biology chemistry, I 16 at 8( p.m. at St. James Baptist
Hotel, one time called the Butcher Richardson (she occupied the and physicls laboratories., It t.I I !! Church the Rev. J. W. Watson .
Pen. It is a special resort secretarial desk of this erect) well recognized by medical men pastor and the session will M
around South Beach that part has returned to her native soil and scientists everywhere that close on Wednesday May 17. the family to dincr

once tramped as said, i Is- loaded in the Bahamas for keep I hear. the major medical advances have' At the same time that the Py- atHAMPTON
with motels. Viewing closer In Barbara Boney has taken over as their foundation discovery in thians are holding their sessionsthe
the city especially Whitehead the post. She'n was formerly I all fields of science. I Court of Calanthes will be HOUSERESTAURANT
St., low rental housing project secretary of I I'laaters! .Tenders, holding their meeting in the Co
have replaced the wooden Local 635 FASHION TIME conut Grove area. 1.f13

frame, bounded by Petronla, and the Ten Beat Dressed Wo I vive the interest in boxing He's Food Prepared by
Whitehead and Angela taking men of Miami to be presented by putting on a show Monday night
in all of Johnson Square and if St. Ann-Margaret Chapter of wherein eight bouts will ,be stag Chef Martin Crue
you haven't (been there since the Episcopal Churchwomen of the ed plus a hilarious "battle royal AMITONE'relievesUpset Formerly with
school board purchased that area Incarnation at the Hampton ," or as we call It "a free for
of Emma St between Petronla House Villa Pool Patio May 1? all" bonanza will come off. Stomachthe Arthur Wilde on the Beach,

to Olivia you're in for a .special. I. The Omega Boat Crutse Previous to the bouts The MIami .
They are adding on to Douglass. will shove off at 8:30 tonite, Boxing Commission La hon
Yes sir, as time changes, so does May 12 from Municipal Pier at oring Dr. McCormick, veteran of way
this city despite its distance NE 2nd st. and Biscayne[ Blvd 30 years as ring physician for USE HAMPTON HOUSE

from the main land progress has Plenty entertainment In store the city of Miami A presentation MilkRdicvcsUIccrs Convention Hall .
ihown its touch here. for you on the Dreamboat. will be made at a cocktail I

party to be held at 7p.m.-and :2 tiny Amltone tablets actually For Banquets, Meetings _
the "Box" has a ringside seat have the powerof
TEEN: AflERS SPECIAL of milk I Yes.Amltone's Conventions
KEY'ESTERS have something for both affairs.. Maybe local a full pint
to really get behind and STARTING Saturday at EdCook's fisticuffs are making a return exclusive Olyclne. Y
give until Its 100 per cent on Its Fiesta Ballroom: with W. bout treats owers..wlthulabl you to all of mllk'ssooth.relief Large parking area
own the Marvin Lang Scholarship C hand and Little Clara Ing
lasts for hours I
in seconds..that
Fund. Lang is an out 4200 N.W. 27th AvenueNE
Jay teenagers will be able to 24 tablets only 49*.
standing athlete, especially so in
enjoy dancing in a spacious
basketball and at least one per ;3-0611
ballroom. Prizes will be awarded
J. & J. Drug Dept. Store
son thinks that he is deserving
and soft drinks. The tab Is .
of a chance to further his edu- four bits. Not. bad Dade 1410 N.W. 02nd St. William Knighton, Mgr.
tion. This, fund was started a County Junior College, North Miami Fla. .
service man Henry Cloud Dell. western Center will mall invitesto
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He is trying his best' to get this its Blue and White formal at S I ,
fund started. Very little supportis the James E. Scott Community
coming his way but we are Center on 22nd ave. for May 18 Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted

quite sure Key Welters will at 9 p.m.wI WORN BY MORI Guaranteed ........................ ......... $4.75

'So pitch in and other help a native son.athletes ---- RUPTURE SUFFERERS:.. Your Portrait-Only ................ $1,00
many Remember the Amazing comfort for reducible InulnI
of meager means have hernia. Strong. washable Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios *fw

been neglected and their talents Battling good, ole Buster days of Rough boxing House when form-fltUnf pad., NO dJuiUbTe FITTING Soft.REQUIRED flatgroin Guaranteed Watches .......... from $6.95 t
to waste at howe-becau. .
gone For women children
and Battling
they couldn't mako college. George etc. even $4.95 right or left tide: 19.05 DAVID JEWELERS
Shaddle Ward! But we do recol double. Look for it on display I
led the days of Elmer (Violent) 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave, FR 4.1522"""
TilE NORTH TRAVEL Bureau Ray and tome of the other boys IIAKLKM DIIUO CO.
Is eager to arrange that who fought regularly al 1400 N.W. 8nl Ave., Miami, Fla.
I over sea' package tour to the the old City Park. I think Duke
r Island City of Nassau or just Slater then was promoter su
wherever your summer vacation preme. Anyhow, boxing faded
may take you. A call and out here. Then the Palace took
f North (Charlie) will deliver the over and tried to bring this
1 r said ticket to you In case sport back on the local horizon. I
you were at the "Debs" presentation This many; art of self defense
p and marvelled at the went pretty well at the 17th ave.
beautiful decoration, It's an spot Wha' hoppen, we don't
I[ other of William (Unlimited) I know Now Sam Rabin of the
b AtJ MoDrlde's touches. Yeah he dood I it i Sir John Mote is trying to re- I



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221st Street Goulds under the sun is made cleantastingFLEISCHMANN'S '-....-.....
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n a II3oatwrigh --when he grabbed fora ,A J. pip Qaed.constitutional
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961i .stn I' rifle. He made off with the amendment banning trading
JUST BROWS "boat leaving Boatwright's mate,' stamps by grocery 4 and other
i a fishing ,party and Mrs. Tableat business firms was"rejected 10-0,
It I By PAUL HENRYAt Elbow Reef Cay. A CoastGuard \ .. \V-
i' plane picked them up The:House passed 111 insurancebill
-that would permit direct
Ii Nassau, Bahamas, on Tues Tried In the Supreme Court at suit against Jnjsuranjce; 'companies
Alvin Table Jr., 25, and both men were convicted -
day Nassau for damage' Judgements above
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--.--: :: : =- = ( -- I Billy Wayne Sees; 23, both of murder. the,amount of insurance po-licies.
'r" Americans, 'were hanged on the Vote. 681S. .'t-.. ,. ..
OX 1.0421
N.W. A\'enue-l'hone \ '
Main Office at 6740 15th gallows at Fox Hill prison. They
:OiBanch At 1112 N.W, Third Ave., Miami, ."orlda.-Phone FB 3-2230 were the first white m'en'' to be In Tallahassee on Tuesday bill a In Chicago, swollen' creeks
hanged In the Bahamas In more House/ committee cleared \ a and rivers had too much, water.
II. E. SIGISMUND REEVEs, Bdltor and Publisher than 200 years.. The last. whites to help' finance private schools Swollen creeks and rivers
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager were hanged In 1719. set-up their' dhlldren for parents from withdrawing Integrated cracked mldwestern levees leav
The men stole a boat from Key public schools. The vote was 107. ing many thousands homeless
In Missouri), Indiana Kentucky
West and .made their get-a-away .
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe over the sea rather than>, face Illinois; 'and Kansas damage. Was

Editor attended the 34th annual meeting of the Their charges boat of'ran passing aground bad and checks.they The Senate committee clearedthe"teachers reported.heavy 'and a total of 40" deaths

Episcopal Church held at the St. Luke's Cathedral, Or signalled a Florida fishing boat, salary Increase bill>

lando, on May 24. The ,Rt. Rev Henry I. Louttit, D.D., Angus Boatwrlght, captain. Sees which Florida's would 40,000 raise the teachers salary; by of stein State checking Attorney up Richard, 6tt Mla Qer Wi

Bishop of the Diocese of South Florida, presided. swam and his to wife the boat behind., leaving He Table took $750 a year., a total of J72,000,. radio station He Wants' id know
Highlights of the convention ,were the opening ser- charge at gunpoint and shot 000. if these "give aWay contests" art
Illegal. 'I' this end he has
I b asked

vice at the Municipal Auditorium on Tuesday evening at d_ legal representatives 6f ihe
which time the Bishop delivered )his annual sermon; the stations to meet oh Friday for a
Corporate Communion on Wednesday morning at St. GRAND JURY :REPORTSThe clarification. of the state's' lottery -

Luke' Cathedral; the banquet at the ,Cherry Plaza Hotelon laws.The .
made i Its to Cir-
Grand Jury report
Dade County: .
Frederick Warneke
the Rt. Rev.
Wednesday'evening ,
cuit Judge Robert Foyd) on Tuesday. The report criticized price of shell fBrelgn ear
D.D., Bishop of Bethlehem, Pa., speaker; Holy Communion Metro' and Its leaderhip. The' jury recorrfmende an investigation tags will be increased from the
and presentation of the Woman's United Thank Of- present $5,00 lb 110.00 after
of the Public Works Department: 'and ordered Gov. Panic Bryant sign a bill
:fering, and the Laymen's breakfast in the JSkyroom of
Metro and its leadership. The jury recommended, in- passed by the House on Wednes
the Stern "
Angebilt Hotel on Thursday morning. David ,
The jury wants a system of cost accounting in the, day.
Latin Department of the University of Miami, was speaker
at the breakfast. department so Metro can find Qut if private enterprise
rather than the do of the public works Hialeah: has gone ahead of MI-
county can ;.some
Bishop Warneke's address was soul-stirring to the ami in building swimming poolsin
1,300 who heard him warn Christians to stop playing the cheaper. Negro residential areas.
A five point plan to streamline flood control was also Though boasting' only a smajl Negro
of ,God or face the consequences in a turbulent world.
recommended. The jury said .the department of Public population Hialeah recently
Too many people today, are trying to play God, said the dedicated the Rudolph Reid,Pool
riddled with waste and inefficiency.This .
Works was at 2245 W. 7th at. The pool was
Bishop.Dr.. Stern spoke interestingly "Responsibili cannot reflect on our new County Manager, but named after a Hialeah youth
on pur
killed in the war. "
ties in Latin America." will give him something to work on.
The Diocese The jury wants Metro to take over the police depart-
of South Florida has grown to such
ment in 14 Dade Municipalities which have less than
proportions that MIAMI TIMES ADS
: plans are being considered for reor-

ganization and having two more bishop ./." 1 /* 5,000 population.
; The new jury of 21 men and three women was DON'T COST THEY: PAY
Twenty-two new clergymen were introduced\; and six ,
new Missions became Parishes. '. '"'I*,' \ sworn in by Circuit Judge Robert H. Anderson. x

Negro delegates were housed at the ne"Sa81 r Ho- I

tel (Negro), owned by Henry Sadler. The hotel has 17 TV RADIO CLEARANCE SALE SUN., MAY 14 ISU
,rooms, an apartment, a lounge and a coffee shop, is air- ?
conditioned and modernly' equipped. ALSO REPAIRSAll

Housing is a problem for Negro delegates in cities Repairs and Sales Guaranteed ==
where hotels are closed to Negroes. This problem does o
not exist in Miami. House Service Calls $1.50
The Rev. Nelson Pinder rector of St. John's Church
Orlando, was elected to the Cathedral Chapter. The Ven. JOE SCOTT
John E. Culmer of St. Agnes' Church/Miami, is a memberof
the standing committee. Authorized Factory TV Repair f

923 N.W. 02nd Street PL 1-8381 1 ;!; ,

Metropolitan Government became owner of tho CallPerry's 'l >

Miami Transit Company, and other bus lines on Tuesday '
when Metro officials signed a contract to purchase William NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU
D. Pawley's transportation (business for the sum of 1100 N.W. 3rd Avenue.
$7,700,000. CLIPPER RESTAURANTServing Phone FR 4-1205

Although the contract has been signed, the county delicious home cooking and homemade For Mother's DayFlowers
will not take possession for the next 90 days. pastries

The deal includes Miami Transit, Miami Beach Rail- Open all day Sunday

way, South Miami Beacfy Coast Lines and Keys Transit 6:30 10 weekdays and 2 to midnight SundayFree ,.. '"

company, also some real estate. Birthday Cake With Birthday Party -

Negotiations have been going on for this deal for MR. AND MKS. LEROY CULPKPPER, PROPS.
more than three years. The vote was not unanimous
745 N.W. 62nd St. PL 1-9123 $125
were eight commissioners for and four against.

Metro expects to run the following new schedule: N.W. 62nd Street

Express routes linking South Miami
Beach Coral
Gables South Miami and _........1........u..... ........__............... ......_.. Payments less than rent. 3-
with North Dade, Sunset Drive andU.
S. 1 to Hialeah, and downtown Miami to the airport.A Ii bedrooms furnished on

zone system will permit many transfers with no Attention Home Buyers large lot. No qualifying.'

additional charge and cut costs by 50 percent on some 1391 N.W. 52nd St.

routes. The 20 cents fare will continue, but 10 cents extra WHY PAY RENT? Open Sunday 1-6 p.m
will be charged on express buses.

The union was against the purchase, and driverswere SEE THESE HOMESOnly
picketing, The drivers are aware of ,the fact that Manor Park Home

when working for the government there will be no $86 per month, CBS, beautiful 4-bedroom Income ..

strikes, as a state law prohibits membership' in a union partly furnished, one mortgage. Shown by appoint-
that advocates strikes against government. That is the ment only. 1035 N.W. 49th St. Only $2,450 down. Lovely
opinion of County Attorney Darry Davis. 2Jbedrooms, CBS home for
The public is not really particular about who owns A Dream House. $350 down, $69 per month. One you plus income from 1-bedroom

I the buses, what the public is interested in, is satisfactory mortgage. Full price $10,800. Large rooms. See it at apartment. Large corner
transportation. 1881 NW 51st Terr. lot with fence. Many

extra features.
$83.00 per month. Gorgeous CBS 3-bedroom, Florida -

PLENTY OF JOBSAn room, furnished, barbecue, garage, one mortgage.

employment agency reports that there are hun- Close to everything. A Must See

dreds of jobs available, but jobless people refuse to take
$82.00 per month, only $450 down. One mortgage, $590 Down
them. The reason seems to be the checks ,
pay they receive -
CES, large Florida*room, air conditioned, many
Unemployment payments have been extended for extras, nice neighborhood. $80 Month
13 weeks since the new administration took office. Peoplenow 2-bedroom CBS Floridaroom.

drawing checks are doing some arithmetic, accord- $79.00 per month, only $400 down. Large Florida No other costs, no

ing to employment agencies.. They figure the salary paid, room, carport, CBS, top location. Many extras. qualifying. See today.

what It costs for transportation, taxes, etc., then If not
$60.00 month down.
satisfied refuse the per $290 No closing cost. Total
price $5,500. Move right in.
The maximum weekly unemployment compensation Visit

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SAYS: Daytona Beach According LEADER

.el -.- to Willie J. Wright, president of ''
the National Alumni Associationof

Bishop W. Angie Smith, president Bethune-Cookman College,
Around MiamiBy of the General Board of 250 Alumni members are ex BISHOP HUNTER

Evangelism of the Methodist pected. to be present at the annual "' '
Church, recently said that com meeting that will be heldin If you are sick or worried don't
bining all denominations Into Moore Gymnasium, rooms I 5 fall to see me today. Office hours

I one 'church would result In a "a and 6 at 2 p.m. on Saturday, dolly 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday
DAVE BONDU :< moral and spiritual tragedy." He May 27. 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 ..w.
::::;. '. ,to 8 .
< rrI ..-.; J' believes the strength of Christianity This. is the election year and
: ?' .'. is In its denominations. will be made by the new
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FOHMI3U CITY FATHER John bMINOY hat I found this 1 wonder. If this were true movement of the Alumni Assoc
would not Jesus, the Divine '1.00
McLead, has a petition out me; Mns. jEve- iation.
who Shepherd, have Indicated' such a
around Miami asking for signa yn Mincy up
eaches at Book course? If He did, I'd like to The following agenda has' been
tures If he gets 15,000 names,
the ?r T. Washington. ; see where in the Holy Scripturessuch planned for the meeting: WillieJ.
he will be able to put on 5417 SW 17 St. .
ballots a vote for or against a statement is recorded.He Wright, president, presiding;
Metro Since Metro has been in I did say, "And other sheep I call to order; Invocation, James 'VESTnOLLyVOOD < /
it has caused a lot of troublefor I Has anyone have, which are not of this fold: Monroe, chaplain; roll cal', Mrs. ''
a lot of lltt'e people. For a :een Arthur them a'so I must bring, and they Zelma D. Blac't: secretary; welcome
traffic ticket where you have to ,r "Ing? I haven't shall hear my voice; and there Dr. Richard V. Moore, FLA. PROF. IIUNTER
: if shall be one fold and one shep Bethune Cookman
go to court, the fine is sometimes so you president,
herd. (John 10:16): ), AgainHe McCoy
$25 and $5.00 court costs. i jee him, tell Co'lege; welcome,
Before Metro, the fine for the : lim his picture I' said, "A new commandmentI president, Daytona Beach
give unto you, that ye love Alumni Association;
offense fat. I went Chapter
same was $10
'"' "
one another; as I have loved Mrs.
eonat rafflcvl ola minutes of last meeting,
be fore ajudg is in the Times.
before a Judge for a traffic vio- you, that ye also love one an- Zelma D. Black, secretary; reports
\ other. By this shall all men 3 Brand New Homes
I the executive
lation, and he fined me $10, but : the president;
before he did that, he almost would add some know' that ye are my disciples, secretary, James E. Huger; .
this f ye have love one to another Nathaniel Davis; 1260 N.W. 55th St.
pictures the treasurer,
fined me $5.00. Most of the Metro .
John .
judge: are so confused that they week in order 13:34-35): ) Miss A'umna Committee, James I. 1437 N.W. 56th St.

don't know what to charge. A to try to make It does not seem rational to Monroe; homecoming activities 839 N.W. 56th St.
policeman from Hialeah gave mea this column i me that His flock has separated committee, Clinton Evans; new
ticket 36th st. at 27th little in business; dues; election of officers
ave. more (creating many denominations,) of Ole OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M.
of classes
They were having a ball, so Igot 'terestlng. Hop ..... because of love. It has always ; reunion
stopped for making a LEGAL you like t h iJ.I come to the best of my under Alma Mater. 3-Bedroom 2 Baths
LEFT TURN with the :fight I ,
idea. If so let standing, through strife and dis
had to go to court in Hialeah; I us know. KINO agreement. The function and Loyal '59er8 TeaYou Split levels garages
was fined $10 and $3.00 costs. these ,
purpose of a shepherd, as
In order to get a good job, words of the Beloved Jesus (Indicate
will miss a treat if you Florida rooms
gin at the Sir John in the Knight
you have to know somebody is to gather and to
15. Thisis not are not present when the Loyal
Beat on Monday, May
Metro has done some good, but
disperse his flock. Is separation 59ers present their second' annual
I something that owner, Sam
the bad overpowers the good acceptable before God? God is Hair Style Fashion Show Harmar, Inc. MO 53592Richmond
to do
Rabin has been wanting
You can weigh it from all sides One, Truth is one. Must not man and Musical Telat Liberty
for a long time, but just didn't e -
and any way you look at it, Metrois be also?
one, Square Auditorium, 6306 NW
have the space' Now he has the
for the big folks and to heck 14th ave., Sunday, May 14 from
and for the opening will HeightsOPEN
with the little folks. Science tell ua that when the
4 to 7 o'clock.Florence
present eight boxing attractionsplus cells of the body begin to separate
Mr. McLeod has the right idea a battle royal. There will death is approaching. Thus, Allen, president; Ver- SUN. 2 to 6 P.M.

let the people vote as to be fights every Monday night. separation is with netta Stephens, secretary: Geraldine -
Allen, chairman; Majester Corner Coral Reef Drive
whether they want a Metro government death, not with life.
or not, now that they This is it till next week. Live Pryor, reporter. Ml8 And Fillmore St.

have experienced the Metro rule. life, every go den moment of it. My Intent in pursuing this LOW DOWN PAYMENTLOW
Peace. subject is not to condemn Bishop
PRETTY GIRL of The Weeks: Smith, but to question the MONTHLY

Marlon Allen Pretty Boy of MT. TABOR TO va.ldlty: of his statements. I FOR SALE PAYMENT
the Week: Ernest Hayes welcome all comments which
Doctor of the Week: James Lindsay may justify his stand, and at the 6 FURNISHED Tremendous corner lot

Man About Town: Will PRESENT same time answer my questions 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage
Lamar. satisfactorily.
Built-in Oven and'
\ RangeA
THE PAR AND BIRDIE Club P'ggrapp'ypTOci; $14,950 $1,500 DOWN
of Miami will hold its monthly split level beauty
Young Democrats
May 28, at 3 p.m. in the
Invitational golf tournament this 829 N.W. 7th Ave.
auditorium of Northwestern, Mt. Ora D. Taylor CE 5-4246
Sunday at Miami Springs. Tour ANNUAL BOAT RIDE
Tabor 190 again the
nament director, Ernest Hayes,
piece de resistance of the Call FR
will officiate. Awards will: be season's Tuesday, July'4 39151M13
entertainment, :
presented after the tournamentat a sparkling ..
'"asUon Fair. Exciting modelsf "., ->01-JI"-
the Par and Birdie Club house
exyu'slte proportions will fea JOIN THE NAACP!
ure fashions: fit for a queen -
Robert Darnetj,, .he latest styles from Lory's .. .s ""'.. ........>..> _.."'............as... -... ....
As Ireadit, ,. Fashion Shop! The very latestin Miss Cora Lee Humphreyhas -

Nawth Robert well., and is doing up. what hair styling the correctly plus a samplingof attired tion:moved to her new loca- TV Service Calls $!."

Some of male should wear will also havea
you prominent place in the show. Serena's Salon
may exotic dan We Invite the general public; ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS rLUS PARTSLARRY'S
to further help us In our Build:
827 N.W. 62nd St.
cer, Bombita, t
ing Fund Drive by sharing withus T.V.
and of
Wi4 this afternoon of exciting en
not .
you may
There will be
tertainment. refreshment
IIAKNBTT for all. Specialist in hair styling

have ever heardof Ticket donations will be $1.60 RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRS
her, but even for adults and 50 cents for child and permanent waving ,

so, she la nice rent Tickets can be secured at M20 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
to look at the following locations: North
even if it Is just Travel Dureau, 1104 NW 3rd TI..
eejrl'Tlir ill 1llll.lf Iltln
her picture. ave., Community Drug Store,
Somebody sez I 6750 NW 16th ave. M27
why don't youuse WE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR

pictures of WEAVING

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. UOMIUTA so with I '\'.,)
If you live in Liberty City or
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CLINK ft M1SI more earning and increased prestige.
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rosner's Bergamont SSS Tonic ........ 1.45 2.85 TEAitKATllA ItOWE, OperatorIf

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her wages and pay the social security
SOCIAL SECURITY taxes due. ?
The Internal Revenue Service, 1-
in cooperation with the Social ,J
Security Administration, has designed '
J r a a.v a simplified procedure foi i

reporting the earnings .of house. .1
: hold employees. Upon request,
a y the Internal Revenue Service
r.__ -+w-Sfallwrf, will put a household employei: 1
on the mal:'lng list to receive the 1
While most workers and self- slmmpllfled self-mailer envelope
employed people are having on which to report the wages of \l :
earnings credited regularly to her employees 1

their social security account, Mr. Blonston added that part 1
this does not apply to some time household employees need ; .
people: notably household work not lose any social security cred
ers. Edward P. Blonston, social its if they or their employersget I
security district manager, announced in touch with the local In.
f \ today that many house. ternal Revenue office or their
i S' v ,;rr" b I hold workers are not receivingthe social security district office and
,r social security credits they learn the facts about their social
k have earned. ;! security.
I w S t Although household employ' "
/ '1
ers do not know that they must Fashion Time
the of their part-
i report wages
time employers.Mr. .
/ "Waltz' Ttae is Fashion Time"*

B'onton pointed out that presenting Miami's Ten Beit
the earnings of part-time houseS Dressed Women sponsored by
t'' t a held employees must be repert- the Saints Ann-Margaret Chapter .
ed the tame as employees] in labor of the Episcopal Ghar h*
and industry A household women .f the Incarnation at the
employee who is paid at least Hampton House Villa Pool patio,
: $50 In cash wages during a cal. 4200 NW 27th ave., Friday, May
endar quarter by one employeras 12, 8:30: p.m. A dance w4H cli
Practicum Ends emy, Stuart, Fla. and five of his the audience while the third little as $4,00 a week for a max. Tickets on sale now Irom
faculty members, attended the grade group. was reporting 4th three month calendar quarter of any chapter member or call OX
At DunbarDunbar culminating activity. grade was preparing to to take the year is covered by social 17056. Mm. Elliha S. Clarke; ,
place. security; Is required to report Jr., chairman. M13
Elementary School Nelson L. Adams, principal, is
which is a pilot school for area completing his second year as
head of this ;
large elementary
8 Florida Council Elementary
Education conducted a Self school located in the central Miami Spirituals of Joy
area. Mr. Adams will be
Study Practicum on Oral and
come associate chairman of the In
Written Communication for the ConcertThe
Florida Council
past seven months. This Practl- on elementary
cum a.ao:' served AS a study for education in July. Mrs. Alice popular Spirituals of Joy
Hawkins Is curriculum assistant; will in of
the council.A appear a concert gospel
Mrs. Myrtle Dullard and Rychard and spiritual music on
total of 385 people including Cook lilt were faculty cochairmen Mother's Day, May 14 at 3 p.m.
.school administrators, teach Assisting throughout the at Bright Morning Star Baptist
ing personnel, community lead Practicum was Mr. McMillan, Church, 360 NW 14th terr., of
ers, members of the admlnlstra zone IV supervisor: ; Dr. J. Rich wkich the Rev. R. Smith is the
tlve personnel of the board of ard Chambers of the Universityof pastor A number of well known
public Instruction in Dade County Miami served as the consul: singing groups will also appearon
and Principal Ernest Ed | tant. the afternoon's program Admission
wards of Stuart Training Acad Photo shown a general view of is tree and the public is

Invited. Dro. Turner Is the man I



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Sgt. First Class Isaac Henry.Jr. has served at Fort'' Hood, Texas, r a_ __
., whose permanent home ad Fort Riley, Kansas, in Japan I
drew is 14800 Buchanan i St., from 1948 to 1950 and in Korea
Richmond Heights, Miami 58. : with the 70th Truck Battalion The largest collection and rental
where his brothers, James and in 1950 and 1951
Fred also live, gets new chevrons On his return to the United agency in the South; operating in
marking his promotion toE States he was assigned to Fort I
-1 from Chief Warrant- Officer Devens, Mass, then to the Army Dade and Broward Counties'
Margaret J. Plante, left, and Language School, Monterey, Cal.
Colonel Ernest M. Clarke, aulr where he studied Japanese fora
tant chief of staff, O>4 (Supply year. lie then went to Korea Negro Housing areas
and Logistics) of the First Unit again in 1956 and 1957 and before L L RR OKI. President
ed States Army coming to First Army Headquarters
Sgt. Henry has been at Governors was with the Office of I MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Island since late in 1959 the Military History Officer, Hq. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
and is administrative ,supervise U.S. Army Japan at Camp Zama. DADE AND
or of the First Army O-4 Sectionon lie has been awarded the Army BROWARD COUNTIES
Governors Island. Commendation Medal with pendant -
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .
Isaac Henry Sr., of 1609 WolfSt. Sgt. Henry and his wife, the ,
., Brunswick, Oa., and a grad. former Kathy Suzuki of Yoko
uate of the Risley High SchoolIn hama, Japan, have three child
Brunswick ren, Sandra 9, James 7, and
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''I t MIAMI '1 'ME!; MIAMI, FLORIDA I C. Buckner, Roger Paschal, Ann 15 I. Musical TributeTo Professional The 15th and Avenue Property Business;, Own.,
Johnson, Howard Coachman ; '
ers Association will hold a vary
f' PAGE 8' SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 LaClyde McGee, Evergreen Leonard Murphy MotherChoir Important, meeting Tuesday. May
James L. Drayton, No 2 of Mt. Zion Baptist 16 at 8 p.m. at '6901% NW :15th
Randall, 17; L. E.: J. Green, Church is sponsoring its

d'i-i Minnie Mae Robinson, Marian third annual Musical Tribute to ave.'Rudolph} Leverlty,, .Pres.
! L Dean, Charlotte Fr. Clarke 18; Mothers and Fashion Parade on I
THIS and H. Bannerman, Angela Willie
l Mary Sunday at 4 p.m. at Dixie Park i
..:. j) Joseph Anderson, Frederlcka Auditorium. A number of mothers I I

'\ ... Bruton 19. will be honored on the occasion ''
&'., ,, :1. and the latest in ladles' House For Sale
1-, : THAT .- .. attractive '
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l'I : IOTIII IrS DAY, MAY 14. In vears. The mother grew old and Heroines and HerosThe fenced yard.:
, small Virginia town the townspeople she was little and bent. But her Grand Venerable Patron
!, wanted to hold a memorial children: :were tall and strong Illustrious E. D. Gibson 33 degree $1,000 Down

service for a woman who and walked. with courage, and working under the protection of Payments $100 month
had done much for the com when the'way was rough they the Most Worshipful Union
( munity. Thn superintendent of lifted her; for she was light asa Grand Lodge (C. H. Henry Shown appointmentPL
the Sunday School asked the feather. And at last they Grand Master 33 degree) and by,
daughter of the woman to ar came to a hill and beyond the other grand officers, will arrivein 1.3515 or HI 6-6661
the service. The daughterwas bill they could see a shining q Miami Saturday May 13.
range Anna Jarvis, then of Philadelphia road and golden gates fling wide, There Will be a meeting Saturday Salem J. Robinson
In the year 1907. and the mother said "I have 7:30 p.m. All Heroines and 214 Giralda Ave.
carrying out of this reached the end of my Journeyand Heros are Invited to attend at Coral Gables
f, With the MOs JarvIs now I know the end is better the Hotel Imperial, 50 NW 8th
there came
duty, lack than the beginning. For my St.
the growing
i 2 J a realization consideration of for absent Children can walk alone and Johnnie Mae Hill, Dist. Dep.
of tender worldly their children after them." And

mothers among busy Thus the children said, "You will always --=-----
minded grownup the idea of a walk with us, mother, even

special came into day being for mothers Miss and Jarvis ina when gates.you" And have they gone stood throughthe and Sunlight Beauty SchoolGive

public watched her as she went on
crystallized the sentiment nowtnck the alone And the gates closed after Dt. Plnlcle Lowe, popular I yourself a life-long profession
of its observance her and they said, "We can- matron of Miami ardent mem
words: "In honor of the best ber of Bethel AME Church, whowas
not see her but she is with us ENROLL NOW
lived your
mother that ever appointed general chairmanof
still. A mother like ours is more I.
I mother." So Sunday we will than a memory she is a living the 500 Tea sponsored by the
wear a flower on MOTHER'SDAY presence." Dt. Elks of Greater Miami $10 Special Low Down PaymentCALL
I white for the dead colored I Temple of which she is a member FR 4-9998 Jn3

J df our mother is living. 1001 MOTHER OF TIlE YEAR .

The young mother set her footon story brings to mind the life of The e i
the path of life. "Is the way a pioneer Miami mother, the late Mackeys Thank
long?" she asked. And her Mrs. IDA E. JOHNSON, motherof I -
guide said, "Yes and the way is seven children. Mrs. Johnson YouWe LUNCHEONETTE
hard and you will ,be old before "reached the end of. her Journey"

you reach the end of it. But the March 27, 1952. The children wish to thank our many 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874 .
end will be better than the beginning whom she taught to walk alone friends and neighbors for kindness

," with courage, strength and the shown us in my recent ill Drug Store BarBQueFeaturing
I But the young mother was goodness of God are shining ex- ness. My special than'cs! goes to

happy and she would not believe amp.es In our community life Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Gay and to Specializing in prescriptions, breakfast, lunch
I that anything could bl better today. They are: the officers and members of Mt. latent medicines and sundries and dinner. Old Hickory Barbecue
than these So she ,played Hermon AME Church Rev. andJ.
years. DR. S. from 5 p.m.
!, with her children and gathered nent X-ray II.technician.JOHNSON, promi B. Blacknell, VFW No. 5693, Open daily 0:30 a.m. 12 p.m.
flowers for them along the DR. J. KENNETH Opa Locka Corp May God bless Fri, Sat. to 1:30: a.m. Open Frl. & Sat. to 2:30: a.m
each of
and bathed them tin the you.
way specialist: in jryrecoloey and ob
$ Satisfaction Guaranteed Free
fair streams The sun shone on stetrics. Mr. and Mrs Theodore jjj
r them and life wa good and the I
t young mother cried "Nothing Judge of the municipal court 'at
will be lovelier than ."
i ever this the police precinct.FREDERICK .
ti The night came and storm and : .
JOHNSON instructor
f i .. the path was dark and the children at Northwestern.
shook with fear and cold. .
And the mother drew them clos* homemaking Instructor at Booker
b and covered them with her T. Washington,
I I mantle and the mother said MRS. ROBERTA THOMPSON MONDAY MAY 15

"This is better than the brightness 'each'r .of reading and remedla- ,
of the day for I have
s" !on ft Phyllla! Wheatley.
taught my children COURAGE. MRS DOROTHY McKELLAR
And Every Monday Nite ThereafterBOXING
teacher: of physical education at
The morning came and there
was a hill ahead, and the children Floral Heights.
A salute to the Mrs. Ida E.
climbed and grew weary and
Johnson, our 1961 Mother of the
the mother was weary, but at all '
times she said to the children, Year. Posthumously

"A little patience and wo are
SHUT-INS. Mrs. Charles C.
the children
there. So North (Thelma) id bedded at
when they reached tho top
Christian Hospital. Mrs.; H. E. S.
they said, "We could not have
Reeves is confined for a few
done it without you, mother.
days. Best wishes for a speedy
And the mother, when she lay recovery to both of these ladles

down that night looked' up at We are happy to report that
the stars and said, "This is a Mrs. Dorothy McKellar is quite
better day than the last for my well: again after an automobile
children have learned FORTITUDE accident. She is most grateful to
in the face of hardness the many kind friends who took At SIR JOHN HOTEL ARENA

Yesterday I gave them courage time out of their busy lives to
and today I have given them send notes of cheer, ,flowers and
I STRENGTH.." other tokens.
many I
The next day came strange "KNIGHT REA T"
darkened the earth ..
clouds that DELATED ANNIVERSARY - - -- -
-clouds of war and hate and Greetings. Congratulations and
evil. And the chl.dren groped belt wilshes to Mr. and Mrs. Pe
and stumbled and the mother tro W. Beacham April 24. The N.W. 3rd Ave. at 6th St.,

said, "Look up lift your eyes to I Beachams are anxiously awaiting ,
the Ight," And the children the arrival of their first
looked and saw above the cloudsan child.

guided everlasting them and glory brought and them it ANNIVERSARY wishes Are Action Packed Rounds 4 General en

beyond the darkness. And that sent this week to Dr. and Mrs.S. ,nc. w
night the mother said, "This lethe M. Frailer and Mr. and Mrs. I I
2 8 Plus/
best day of all for I have Lewis Dixon May 18. $ $2 !
[ shown my children the GOODNESS
A "Battle/
And the days went on and the Bea'de Dennis, 12; Dorothy Royal" 'Ringside
: weeks and the months and the Evans, Mary Lou Nixon Hi; J.
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war with the Hussalns (even THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
though it is a cold: war), propa
ALOE FREEDOM'S' ROAD ganda is the greatest weapon iq SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 PAGE 9
this kind of war. The Russiansuse '
it to great advantage; we
Dy RUTH PERRY have fallen .down greatly in .the
correct use of it. Alan Shepard's YMCA Sets Last Five Hundred Tea ..',
space flight was good >propaganda
! Just before- I started writing achievement, but in direct con bece.usett was carried' out in Weekend CampThe Tea lovers are looking for
: this column;'I heard the wonderful tract to the previous Russianflight the 'Americanway. Our' demo ward to attend the Daughter
i news that Father Theodore which was done in secret cratic way of life would grow in last weekend Camp of Elks 500 Tea on Sunday May .
R. Gibson' ,' president of ,the Miami with no observers. This was a stature and belief to the uncom the'season will be held nextwe'ek 14 In the Fiesta room of the
''branch of the NAACP has much harder things to do, as the milted countries It we would fin May 19.21 at beautiful Mary Elizabeth hotel
been granted'a hearing by the Americans did it, because they ally and at long fast; consider Owalssa Bauer Youth Camp. I
United States Supreme Court. were in the full glare of world Negro Americans as citizens. In The camp activities, which are Charming Dt. Pinkie Lowe lathe
While we cannot assume that publicity, and a failure at this this time of grave crisis it would open to boys and girls, are conducted general chairman and Ls assisted -
this means complete vindicationfor time could be almost disastrous prove that the United State is to expose youth. to whole- by a large committee
Father Gibson, it is a very in its propaganda Implications. truly a democracy; 'and America some living In God's great out from her temple. Aside from the
hopeful sign, because the Supreme But the United States has gained needs this Mud of propagandain doors. Campers should register program Dt. Lowe states that
Court does not hear cases immeasurably in stature by its the world today at tho YMCA no later than May there will also be a style show
unless they havo merit. method of sending its first man J 15. i LI I of the latest fashions.

into space In the true American .... <.. ._. ..._.,
HISTORY OF TIlE CASE manner, with observers r-: "fWr'I' .r I".J- .- -.n-. .-. ... -- ..... ..... 11m' u.I lIIU 1 111I1 1B(1I
openly and "
Father freely.
Gibson refused to pro
duce records of'the NAACP for a As I write these words, I am >R
Florida investigation committee. Impressed with the fact that the L .-
Subsequently he was sentenced stature of the United States has 1r\ ':-I'if
to six months in Leon County grown since its successful space ''

jail and fined,fix l,200twith monthir. Imprisonment an additional flight.was conducted The manner was in Just which as im it .'''vt.,.

if the fine went unpaid. portant, as the United States has
His conviction for contempt was since found out, as the actual OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. i
> upheld on Dec. 19, 1960 by the space fight itself This fact t I
Florida Supreme Court. should reveal something very im-
ortant to those
investigation by the Flor Americans who
ida Legislative Investigation democracy and free
Committee has been going on dom when they continue to try FIRST RUN IN MIAMI
to hold to
on segregation
since 1956 by a succession of I
judice and
]legislative committees looking
One of the
into possible Communist infiltration greatest propaganda
devices used by the Russians has -The
of the NAACP. (Althoughthis
been the
unalterable fact
that r
has been the reason officially
American citizens of .
given by the committee, it has origin liGHTApproach
are not accorded full
been all too obvious to those StA,
rights. There is no denying this. F
who were investigated, and other 1 {
interested citizens, that this was PROPAGANDA IS A ....- .I,
merely a cover up for the real POWERFUL WEAPON Atty James W. Matthews be. I
reason the crippling and wip I came a member of the federal
ing out, It possible, of the The Russans have used our I bar on Tuesday when he was
NAACP in Florida.) treatment: of Negro citizens to sworn in to practice in the U S.. PROWSEVAUGHAN .
advantage because this one fact
District Court of the Southern
Gibson's contempt conviction
Father points up more clearly than a MARTHA DAVID it
District of Florida by Judge
was the culmination of a library of books, the great gulf .'
series of refusals (from the first in America between democratic I' Emett 'Choate HYkER tar Ita 'yV
to the present time Atty. Matthews is a 1958
investigation ideals and principles and the'
graduate of the FAMU Law [
who would
by NAACP actual practice of them. This School and was admitted to the
not produce membership lists on column has pointed out this fact Florida Bar Asociatlon in 1958..
the grounds that publication many times in the past; that He began his practice in Opa :
freedom of association I
would harm rw:7r.
of members.and jeopardize since we are now engaged In a Locka in May, 1959

possible future membeis. No matter -
how we look at the Gibson Grand Lodge Meets
case now it presents a very AIR CONDITIONED /
hopeful picture of the future. We District Orand Household of .
'1"; are confident that the highest CAPITOL< Ruth No. 16 of the' Grand United f I I
,4 r" tribunal will set aside' Father Order of Odd Fellows, State of
.t., Glbson'a contempt conviction- TIlfiATRH Florida; met in Perry, Fla. May : ,
1 and 2. Delegates from the ;'
\ SPACE AND' FREEDOMI 1-WEEK-1 Miami area attending were: ':AIi-. ONi Ml&oPER
... .. Florence Sellers No. 1363; Car- nOBERT COCO*by DC UWtC
am certain I was only one Beginning Friday oline Ward No. 5836; R, John KffcMMMfcf '
among the rest of our American son No. 6740; Hilda Edden No. R '

and citizens relieved who that felt Alan humble Shepard's, happy MAY 12 4769 Also and attending Sarah Jones were Sister No. 2416.Ed. 0 VAN D[ {rn'TNATCNRISiRAIASCOMING [ $

space flight was successful! [First Southern Showing na Mapp, DORNG of the State ------ -
However I was very interestedto of Florida and Sister Effie. Russell
find so many people holdingthe of"ANGEL district deputy.
same opinion that impressedme After a pleasant journey and
most about the flight. The | BABY" a very inspiring sor lon Miami
scientific achievement was won was selected as the next meeting '
derful, but the most significant place for 1962.Boxing ,HIS TRUE-LIFE STORY MAKES FICTION sttM TAMEIl(r:=!
in Miami
thing about it to me was the fact Filmed

that the this full achievement glare of was publicity donein Starring Begins at : UR11SI '

openly manner.and freely, In the American George Hamilton Sir John ; \TONV\ :../G

Miami heavyweight Herb Sll
And this characteristic appear. Plus .. .., L ,I .
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er will trade punches with Wen ,; .,A.-. .. ,
ed to be the thing that appealed '
to the re"8t" of the free world, because MAY imiTT dell Newton In the featured ::1 :1
comments made by countries THE UNF AITHFULS' bout of six rounds Mondar'night ;u 4 J
not under Russian Influence, when Miami boxing opens its ; :
contained almost the same stand at the now Sir John Arena j.
words.itA wonderful scientific! Slier defeated Tommy 8tru In t'
a Miami Beach Auditorium semI. : .
-- final recently and he also has f ,
boxed a six.round exhibition ,t ,
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55th General Grand Con partments by the departmentalheads.
t I
ference of Holy Royal Arch .
!: Masons .of the United States, The opening of the General Ball May 15
hiJ Canada and Mexico will meet ina Grand Conference will begin at
joint session May 21. 22, and 10 a.m. May 22 and close at 1 The Knights of Pythias and
23 in Jacksonville. The Most p.m. At 2 p.m. the Most Excel Court of Calanthe Grand Ball .
''I Excel.ent: Union Grand Chapterof lent Union Grand Conference will be held at Club 77 In Coconut
Florida will be host. will open again and the Royal Grove 9:30: p.m. Monday,
HI teensters, let's continue our 'here.cases there Is no room for The Grand High Priest, Bro. select master decrees will be May 15. The affair will featurea
discussion on "Parents". Before refusal to fol.ow: orders. Fred Alexander Is calling all conferred by thrice Ill Grand Night In Arabian Desert.
we do though, I would like subordinate chapters of Floridato Master Avery Music by Blllle Rolle's Orchestra.
to remind all of the seniors and The two Top Teen-agers of the assemble in the Masonic Free prizes given away. Dona'
Juniors of the prom of Booker Week, chosen for their courtesy, Temple, 410 Broad St at 12 The State Oratorical contest tion, advance $1.00, at door
T. Washington High School, abilities, zeal, friendliness and noon Saturday, May 20. All dis wll. be held lu the main audio $1.25. Tickets on sale at North's
which will be tonight (Friday) nany other characteristics are: tract deputies are requested tAt tor'um: of the Masonic Templeat Trave! Bureau, Toback's Phar-
Cornelius of Archbishop
: at 8:00: at the Bayfront Park R. James School and Mar- meet Saturday, May 20 at 4 7 p.m., Monday, May 22. Im macy, Coconut Grove and Rich
Auditorium. Remember, If your ha Curley McIver High of Northwestern p.m. and at 6 p.m. all High mediately following the contesta mond Heights Drugs.
school, church or organization Priests will meet for High semiformal banquet will beheld
t t has an activity concerning teen High. Priest Council.At Tickets for the banquetmay --
r agera just drop a line to me. at esecured from C. P. Bentley -
The Times Plant and let me 10 a.m. Sunday, May 21 is 3780 Florida Ave., Miami OltlHted:
t know the day, time, affair, and Remember Motheri the opening of the Most Excel- 33. The guest speaker for the
place It is taking. (Please send i lent Union Grand Chapter of banquet will be Dr. Richard B. BOSTON, LOS ANGELES
items at least a week and a halt life seems tough, and the Fla. Crescent Chapter and oth Moore, president! of Bethune LONDON
before you expect publication.: ) road is rough ers of Jacksonville will be in Cookman College and the Be
It stands to reason that our And the going seems all uphill, charge of the opening session thune Cookman chorus will: rent
parents are in a much better Remember, dear children there's At 11 a.m. will be the recep der musical selections for the
position to Judge whether or nota Mother tion of the Grand High Priest occasion. TH
certain action or program ,Is Who loves and thinks uf you and his cabinet. All members are
good or bad. In the first place still. requested to wear their full regalia Ii e
they are older In years than we II and come prepared to remain
until the close of the session
result that
are, with the our
When social life's quit, and you SCIENCE
minds are better developed to can't flit, > ..
make sound judgments. In the From At 5 p.m. the entire Masonic Council Thrift Shop
one gay party to another
second place, they have had ex When the light of life to Family will assemble! at the Ma. MONITORInteresting
perience with the very things flicker out seems sonic Temple for the parade. 1203 N.W. 54th St.
that us young people consider Then Just remember there's The Memorial Service will be
sometimes to be so Innocent.Our Mother. held In the Second Baptist
Clothing for the entire
parents experience tells Church, 954 King Road. Rev. J.
them that the things are not so I III C. Sams, pastor, Sunday, May family small electrical appliances -
innocent at all. It may be that I Yes, there's Mother, and Father, 21 at 7 p.m. The following persona jewelry toys,
they themselves were burned be and Sister, and Brother will appear on program: gift books
cause they had none to tell I Either here or 'beneath the sod, The Frazier Sisters; Miss Padrica items
them of the danger. But all over this earth and the Mendez; Mrs. Alice Burroughs, books. Accurate
whole universe Miss Betty Jean Scott, Miss Al- Iliing this ml in for
All our parents are doing for When all else falls there's God. lie Faye Roundtree, Miss Mel' FREE JIFT
us Is passing on to us this ex IV Ionia Cobb, James Hawkins, W.J. Complete
perience so that we will not be When you are a child so meek Burton, P. E. Williams, Atty. Open Daily
forced to learn the hard way to and mild Ernest D. Jackson Sr., Rev. FredD. tftgg ag3 aaagiftg International News Coverage
our ultimate disadvantage and, You reay: can't find another Richardson, Bro. C. A. Tillis,
hurt Yes, of course sometimes That MIAMI TIMES ADSDON.T --------------...
I will kiss away your tears master of ceremonies, presiding, ;
them seem unreasonable butno and ,soothe your fears Rev. J. C. Sams will deliver the The Christian Science Monitor
Is COST THEY PAY On Norway St., Boston 15, Mais.
one perfect. Is there? Does de
rfo all
there's really no one but sermon; greetings from
this seem foolish and old fash
coned? Mother. end your newspaper for the time
V checked. Enclosed find my check or
By the very fact that God When you are grown and have Come And Gtet a Beautiful Iloom in a monty order. [Q I ytar $20
made children dependent on left your home, Q 6 months $10 Q 3 months $S
their parents for birth, support, Don't forget you left Mother $500,000 Building in Downtown Miami
care and education. He placed
certain obligations on children, Go over there once, In awhile, cheer 150 Rooms $8.50 a week and up Name
even Into our teens, that we her with a smile
1 can't very well shake off. And And show her you still care. Also Kitchenettes AvailableBEAUTIFUL Address
lest there be any doubt about
these obligations, lIe made one VI a City
of the commandments, "Honor Remember the place where you e SPACIOUS GAUD ROOM a PHONE SERVICE zone
thy father and thy mother." It were raisedRemember IMPERIAL
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God's position In regard to the trod, 50
N.W. 8th Street FR 3-9417
duties of teen-agers to our pa. Don't forget Mother, cause on ,'"
rents. earth there's no other CLARENCE WILLIAMS, Manager
But remember over all there's
To honor father and mother God. III.
means that children: must obey COLORED
their parents as long asthey are Composed by -
at home and until they are 21 Mrs. Lou Ella Bruton
years old. A mother has the October( 21, 1954 IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE '1 la p
perfect right to demand that her SUSPENDEDWhy pfl t
daughter be home at a certain Loyal 59ers TeaThe
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< Sunday School . . 9:30 Sunday School . . 9:30
Morning worship . 11:00 Morning Service . . 11:00

BTU . . . . I 5:00 Evening Service . .7:00

I Evening worship . . 7:00
We were so happy to have our

The members of Mt. Sinai pastor deliver the message Sun-

to Baptist Church have chosen May day morning. Everyone was overjoyed *

28 as Woman's Day. As a bene- to hear him say a few
fit performance for this occasion words to us.

Rev. Don Pelham will be present.
Next Sunday the deaconess
ed in an organ recital May 16 at
are sponsoring a Mother'
8 p.m. Donation, adults $1.00,
Day program for all moth..
children 60 cents. The chalr
The is
ers. public invited.
ANTIOCH BAPTIST man of Woman's Day, Mrs

THE MIAMI TIMES -- MIAMI FLORIDA Harolean Storr is asking all Patricia Molsey and: Bro. J.
Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastorM. members and friends for their ey are 111 in Jackso Hosnn Ch a

T. Copeland, reporter SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 PAGE 11 financial support. Chaney are both ill In Jackson
Sunday Schol ................ .... 9:43BTU The Sunday School Department Hospital. We are praying for

............................................ 8:30 Is observing the month of both of them to have a speedy
Morning Service ...?... ........ 11:00 Mayas Family Month for the recovery.
Jordan Grove M. Bkptist THE HOUSE OF GOD purpose of trying to get the en
"Honor father and
5946 N.W. 12th Ave. tire family to attend Sunday
mother: that thy days may belong SAINTS IN CHRIST
: upon the land which thy Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor 1612 N.W. 62nd St. School (mom and dad along

God giveth thee." Mrs. Albertha Butler reporter Mother E. L. Orange, pastor with the children.) The nursery ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE
and departments have a
There will Joseph W. Covington, reporter<< primary
after service
program sponsored by the No. 2 There will be a special Moth.er's Sunday School . . 10:00: wonderful program In store for
choir Day program sponsored and Morning Service . 11:00Y. you for. Sunday, May 14
on Sunday night. Be
we know will enjoy present It. carried .out by the Junior depart. P. W. W. U. . .6:30 Won't make sacrificeand ,. For everyone. We specialize in
you a
At 3:00 the Women ment of the church at 6 p.m. We Evening Service . . 7:30 you assigned risks with small down
Missionary to
p.m. bring your family Sunday
are inviting everyone to come payment. Financing arranged.
and Education I
Society School this month?
wl'l sponsor a Mother's Day out and listen to our young ST. JAMES AME CHURCH Altaian Insurance Agency, 768
they their NW 3rd St. FR
people as express 12421.
program. You are invited. gratitude toward mother. We Rev, H. McNeal Harris, pastor. ST. PAUL A. M. E.
Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Heading will be Mrs. Sadie F. Dean, reporter
feel that this program I
will be selling dinners at Rev M. J. Fayson, pastor I
Sunday School 9:30
enjoyed by everyone. We are offering :
Saturday, May 13. Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter
Darbecue will be sold aso: FrIday the oldest and youngest Morning worship 11:00 Sunday School . . 9:30 I

and Saturday night. Stop by mother a special gift of appreci. Sunday May 14, Mother's Day Morning Worship 11:00 EXPERT WATCH AND
ation. Please attend this
for your orders. and enjoy with us, also program to will be observed, in connectionwith Evening Worship . . 7:00 CLOCK 'REPAIRSAndrev.

Special guest on Sunday was help us make this a wonderful ference the and second quarterly con Rev. Oates, a former presiding .' Jewelers
meeting day.
Rev. Culver of Jacksonville, the day. Rev. F. A. Allen, P.E., will elder delivered the morning ,303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
message. His subject was "ThereIs
brother of our superintendent.ST.
hold the quarterly conference All work Guaranteed
no Other Name Under Heaven
Liberty City LutheranN.
Friday night and deliver theMother's
40 Year In Business
Whereby we Might be Saved
W. 58Ch St. and 16th Ave. Day sermon. Sunday 11 Sunday Is Mother's Day. Everyone FR 3-0152
a.m., music choir No.2.
Joseph Smith, pastor is Invited to join us In a
Street Services are held every Sun- A group of mothers will be .
801 N.W. 62nd lovely program Sunday night.
Sunday School . . 9:30: day In the breezeway of the Carver given special recognition, led by Mrs. Jesse Smith will be in
Morning worship . 11:00 YMCA NW 58th St. at 15th Mrs. Juanita Mackey chairmanof charge.

. . ave. Worship service is at 3 p.m. the committee.We QualityPhotography
BTU . . 6:30 You are always welcome to
Evening worship . . 7:301 classes with Sunday for all School ages and at 2 Bible p.m. look forward to every join us at St. Paul In all of our

Bring your Bibles p.m. Services this Sunday will member doing his or her part activities.We .

be conducted by the Rev. Walter Sunday, our minister must make are happy to see some of
SPIRITUAL BAPTIST Plnnt of Opa Locka. the first half of the general budget our ill members again Please DONE BYJohnson

report next Wednesday at don't forget the sick and shut-
10250 S.W. 176th St. the State-wide meeting Allen : ,, '.,
Perrine, Fla. Chapel AME Church, Daytona :

On Sunday morning the pastor Rev. N. F Clark pastor Beach. NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. '

will deliver his annual Mother'sDay Rev. J. E. Munroe reporter Friends and strangers are
message. At night we will most cordlaly Invited to spend Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor c
Sunday will be Mother's Day
Sis Claudia Wilson reporter
have our regular service. with the friendly
Our friends from the Churchof and as usual the Mothers of St. church.At this Day Sunday School....................... 9:30: .'
Matthews are out to make this YPE Band 6:30:
God churches will meet withus choir No. 1 will
afternoon at 3:15. day the grandest yet. So as usual p.m. Morning Service .................... 11:00 .
Sunday this we take great pleasure of render special music to completethe CTU ... . . . 5S30:
The third Sunday in activities.
month there will be a singing extending to the public an invitation day's Evening Services .................... 7:30:

church choir to come to St. Matthewsand UTU ........................................ 6:30: :
contest between our partake In our Mother's Day MT. AARON BAPTIST 'ij' '. ;" .r
and New Bethel Baptist Church. services. We know you will loveIt. Our evening services will begin .' .. .
Choir at 7:30. Mrs. Hazel Levon 0340 N.W. 18th Av. I "
The Rev. M-ther Ethel, at 7:30 p.m., except the first
will preside. evange'lst from the Bahamas Rev. C. W. Scott, pastor Sunday which will begin at 7:00.: .JJ.H
Dea. Earl Colden, clerk On Tuesday May 16,
will: conduct the
EBENEZER METHODIST services, so you Sunday School....................... 9:3C: Charles Weatherspoon, and of Miami
good time awaits Bro
a you, so Morning Worship ................ 11:01: Whitlow will preach
Rev. Aaron D. Hall Pastor June put a 11.There circle. around this date: BTU ..........................'................ 5:00: Bro.their James trial sermons Time 8 p.m. 409 N.W. 17th Street

E. Ingram, reporter Evening Worship .... ............ 7:00:
Sunday School....................... 9:36 will be the greatest .of Prayer meeting Tuesday... 8:00: There will be a program rendered Phone FR 7.2294

Morning worship ................ 11:06 all singing on June 11 at 8 p.m. Thursday May 18 featurIng

Evening worship .................... 7:00 as you know this is our annual CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP various choirs of the city
affair and I need not tell you Everyone is Invitel. Time 8 p.m.
Sunday, Mother's Day we are 220 N.W. 20th Street
expecting many of our membersto how good It is became you Elder 0. O. Fann pastor We are expecting to have a SAVE YOUR HAIR

worship together as a family know. Just keep this date in Sunday School . . 10:00: grand time both May 16 and 18.

group, share the day with your mind. Morning worship . 11:00 Continue In prayer for those
family. Evening service . 7:30 who are grieved over the loss of

Sunday night a musical program BAHA'I. ASSEMBLY Tue Nlte M.S.A.C. . 8:00 their loved ones.Beautiful .

will be presented by choir Thunrs. Prayer Tarry 8:00:
Miss Olive Alexander execu-
No.1, you are Invited to come tive director of JESCA, will akK'f
Tuesday night Dorcaa Circle conduct the second of a series of CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Home on
will have charge of class meet.
ing. discussions on Prayer at theDaha'i Christian Science Society, NW Your Lot
Center, 137 NW 11th I
Miami, holds Its services every
A special convocation of the
Florida Conference was held at ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, May 14. Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T.
Bethune-Cookman College In The theme for this session" will Washington School. Testimonial Jt uv C MI .

Daytona Beach on last weekend. be "The Practice of Prayer. The meetings are held once a month, f

This Bishop conference M. LaFayette was Harris called by in public Phone Secretary is cordially, FR 1-5420 invited., for month the last at 8 Wednesday p.m. in each Indf I \\5 F r.f

attendance were Mrs. J. L. Dixon further information.
William H. Fuller and Rer. ANTIOCH BAPTIST
Aaron D. Hall, conference tree Church of The Open Door STOPTHINNING

surer ) Rev O. W. Foster, pastor Complete Building Servlo
Rachel B. Pratt, reporter
Tuesday, May 16 at 8 p.m. in Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. Sunday School . . 9:30 PLANNING HAIR
the social hall of the church E. McNael, reporter Morning Worship . . 11:00

Miss Dorothy Barnette. field quite a family BTU . . . . I 5:30 BUILDING
worker of the Woman's Division Sunday 11 children Evening Worship . . 7:00 FINANCINGYour ITCHING SCALP
of Christian Servlec of the day at the church as
Board of Missions of the Methodist were confirmed and received "No Joy In nature Is so sublimely New Horns
Church will be Introducedto into the church. II seemed as affecting as the Joy of a DANDRUFFIN

the Woman's, Society of each child's parents, grand mother at the good fortune of No Down
Christian Service and the Wes- parents and god parents were her child.-Rlchter.
'eyan Service Guild. there to help them celebrate and The, Junior choir and Junior PaymentOver JUST 7 DAYS

A letter of thanks baa been take "the big step" in their usher board are sponsoring a

received to the church from Mrs. young lives. ipecisl Mother's Day program on Twenty Year* of WITH1IeWit1

Annie Mae Twine and Mrs. Al- This Sunday we will honor the Sunday afternoon May 14 at 3p.m. Construction Experience
bertha Rawls. mothers of the year of the They are expecting many udr.
Guaranteed Satisfaction
choirs from various
church with appropriate services
Let us not forget to visit and and flowers. churches In the community to IKURASOLSatisfaction
pray for the sick and shut-Ina. appear on the program. There 7 l
Sister Pearl Cooper, 1775 NW April 21 will be Youth's Day will also be a panel discussion GuaranteedSold

70th st., Sister Francis Hyler, with a vesper service at 6 p.m. centered around the theme. aaDa( 4
Jackson Hospital; Sister Olivia Music wilt be furnished by the "Duties of Mother in The Home, 'In most drug stores wd beauty t tlhopl.

Adderley Mercy Hospital; Sis choral group from the North Church and Community." Panelists PL 1-3604 If not wiUbli In your loality
ter Wilhelmina Davis, 1523 NW western College Center. The will be mothers from our sand $1.70 for a month'IIuPpl1 to:

6th ave. and Bra Frank Wig- MRS Club will be our guest. church and our community. MIami SABROSOL LABORATORIES ,
Friends and visitor are always During this afternoon affair
Veterans Hospital. Miami nv
gins The Church with a warm and welcome at our 11 a.m. Mrs. Hattte Black, mother of 888 N.E. 79th St. Box 6175 Sta. B, ,

friendly welcome. service. the church will be honored.


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'" PACE: 12 SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 sad but loving memory of memory of our dear mother' Services for Mrs. Lula Johnson
! \ of 2026A: NW 6th ave., who
' our dear husband, and father, and grandmother,
JOSH MCCULLOUGHwho MRS. MARIE WHITE died May 3 will 'be held Saturdayat

\"I t f fq" ,l departed this f Jlfe ..May 14, who died on May 14, 1959. .4 p.m. in Greater Bethel AME
r CHARDS-MEMORIALS 1947. Beyond life's dim horizon Is a Church Rev S.' A. Cousin off
Gone but not forgotten. Sadly happy, peaceful land, ciating.: She is survived by her
J! .l missed by. Where travelers are welcomedby husband, James: a son James Jr.,
r Mrs. MaUde McCullodgh, a loving outstretched hand three sisters, Mesdames Mable
; CARD OF THANKS MEMORIAM wife And every weary traveler finds a Whitehead, Isabella Pollard and
| Mrs. Mary Bowles, daughterJ. wondorful new life, Dolly: Butler, and a brother,
I r I, the wife of the late, In loving. memory of .our dear C. McCullough, son That's free from every heartacheand James' Sykes. Mrs. Johnson is
NEMIAH W. INGRAM every care and strife, now In repose In the chapel.
J \ who passed on April 9, wish to MRS.parents BEATRICE, K. MONCURand IN MEMORIAMIn For here she 'meets her master ..._.
'.' express my deepest appreciation and her heart Is filled with Mrs. Essie McKelvln of 16000

f to the many friends, neighbors MR. SAMUEL M MONCURwho loving of our dear peace, Bunche Park School Drive, died
i and relatives for all the kindnessand passed away May 5, 1958 mother memory Beyond life's dim horizon where May 6. A native of Climax, Ga.,
sympathy shown me during and July 7, 1960, respectively.May her Joys will never cease. Mrs. McKelvin had lived here for
c my hours of bereavment. Special they rest In peace and light I Mrs. Florence DeVoe, DsH. the past six years. Survivors include .
thanks to Father John E. Cul perpetual shine upon them. Eight grandchildren her four daughters Mes
flier and members of St. Agnes The Children dames Nancy Willis, Lessie
Episcopal Church, Mr. and Mrs Lynch, Laverne Roundtree and
I Bernard Seden and employees of M'r Miss Esaie McKelvin. The body.
r k'the' 'Star Cleaners, Semino'.e IN MEMORIAMIn iv CARD OF THANKS was sent to Bainbridge, Ga., for
Chapter No: 17 of the Order of final rites.
Star neighbors of 3rd sad but loving memory of
Eastern We the family of the late,
f court, the 2nd grade class of our darling mother JAMES J. 'GRAHAM Robert Smith Jr., infant son
Douglass School, Key West, and MRS. DRUCILLA B. who passed away on April 21, of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith
Father Maring of Xavier Catho BLACKNELLwho wish to our sincere ap died May 10. Robert 2208 NW
J lie Church. May God 'bless each departed this life May 16, oreciatlon to the many friends 61st st., was sent to Donaldson,
1957. Ga. for final rites.
and everyone of you and neighbors for the many
Mrs. Marie Cox Ingram, God saw fit to take you home to I cards telegrams floral pieces

wife and family rest. and other, tokens of sympathy House
::1 but God loved of Albert
We loved you, you of be *, .
shown us during our hour
1. CARD OF THANKS best. reavement. Special thanks to
The things you taught us and Miss Castlna Johnson 'of 322
Rev. A. D. Hall and Francis
.' The family of the late wonderful things you did for us Funeral Home. NW 14th Terr., who was the victim .
:'' JOHN HENRY JOHNSON still linger in our memory. Richard Graham brother of a fire May 5 will .be funerallzed -
wishes to express Its sincere Sleep on mother, we will meet Mrs. Feaster, sister from the Chapel Fridayat
Maggie ,
thanks and appreciation to the beyond the Great Divide. 3 p.m with burial in Lincoln.
many relatives and neighborswho Your children and grand FamilyDEA Her survivors include her moth.

were kind during Its hours children. '"4j;$ + er, Mrs. Rosie Johnson, three
of bereavement. Thanks for your Mrs. Ellen I). Pierce sisters, three brothers. She Is
cards, letters, telegrams, flow Mrs. Marie B. Grhumage THS now in repose in the chapel.
,era, cars, and all other kind gestures Rev. J. B. Blacknell
I, of sympathy. Mrs. Johnnie M. GoodbreadMrs. MRS. HEATHER ADDERLEYwho William Thomas pioneer of
Special thanks to Canon Mary Lou Miller departed this life May IS, 18212 SW 102nd place, Perrine
Charles F. Cooper of St. Peter's Rev. Lewis Myers 1960. died May 8. Chapel services wen
African Orthodox Church, the Miss Jereline B. Blacknell May she rest in peace and light Francis . conducted May 11at, 4'p.m.' lie
Masonic Family/ the Afro. perpetual shine upon her. is survived by a niece, Mrs. Lll-
American Life-insurance Co. and IN MEMORIAMIn Clarence "Lucky" Wilson Mrs. Lily Whyms of 241 NW lie Sanders with whom he lived
the Range Funeral Home, for And Family 15th St., died while at work
their services. May God's richest sad but loving memory of April 24 Services were held on Wanda Elaine Gage infant
blessing abide with you call I our dear son and brother, IN MEMORIAMIn April 28 in the chapel. The body daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Torn

The Family ..... ..,...."... .. .,. ... _..._._.. .b.'" ...., "n'_ was shipped to Hardeeville S.C. mie Gage of 10545 SW 170th St.,
r;" >*W"kr.!.;; <':.';":>"l'';'f',:,:">, tf" if H "1,:: ."': :' loving memory of my busoand. for burial.. Survivors include a Perrine, was laid to rest May 10.

CARD OF THANKSThe r. f'';>''*L*::: '::,:;1.,f, ; >.,i f/,: ;'?: 1 1 slster-ln, law, Mrs. Ethel Johnson A :baby girl born to :Mr. and

family of the late, ; "
Harry L. Britt of 13801
MR. HOMER YOUNG FARMER i.':' Y : Frank Hicks of 207 NW 11th Jackson st., Richmond Heights,
wish to thank the many friends st., died April 25. Services were was laid to rest May 10.
and relatives who rallied to and r- held In the chapel April 29. Survivors .
stood by them during their sad dnclude two nieces Mrs. Eddie Carter of 2118 W. 7th
hours of bereavement. Thanksfor Minnie Hill and Mrs. Alice Mont
ctt Hialeah: died May 9. lie is
your cards, letters, telegrams,
\ gomery. survived by brother
a Adolph of
i flowers, telephone calls cars and
Pensacola. lie
1.3 will be
all other kind gestures of sympathy Mrs. A bertha Jones of 1821 Pensacola for final rites. sent to
.. Again many, many thanks t: ,.t ;! i: NW 73rd st. died at her home on
'I to everyone for everything. April 26. Services were held May
I Mrs. Hattie Farmer: 1 at New Bethel Baptist Church Richardson .
And FamilyExpression Survivors Include a' son, Walter
Jones of New York, a daughter Services for Jim Jefferson, 711
of ThanksThe % < i YQ aKk Mrs. Elva Ferguson of New York. SW 8th St., Homestead were
__ held from St Paul AME Churchon
,., family:., .of..the late James Smith o 6 NW 20th Monday, May 7.
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-'. terr, died in Immokalee on
4 Z, April 27. Services for Mrs Janie John.
4 son, 1536 NW 6th ave;, Florida
Mrs Sarah Morley\ of 425 NW City were held on Tuesday,
13th st., apt. 7 died on May 6. May 10 at 2 p.m. from New Mt.

___....................m..... ,_, .." 'TI'"'''' Services will be 'held May 13, 2 Zion AME Church.
rSOLOMON p.m, at St. Matthews Baptist
ARTHUR FARRINGTONwho Church with Rev. L. A. Thomp Services for Mrs. GussJe Mae
departed this life on May son, pastor of Temple BaptL't Davis 1905 NW 74th ,st. were
10, 1957. Church officiating. The body is held May 11 from the chapel.
Gone, but not forgotten. May DOSTERwho on view in the chapel Friday af
he rest in departed this life on May
peace. George Y Day
ternoon. Survivors include her Ave.,
4 t a Mrs America Farrington, 16, 1960. husband! Hezekiah, a eon, Princeton, will be funerallzed on

mother No .one knows how much I Charles two grand daughters May 13, 2 pm from the Morn
Mrs.Mrs. Lillian Auna Albury Balllou, sister, sister miss you no one knows the bit Mrs. Barbara Peterson and Miss ing Star Baptist Church
ter pain I suffer, since I lost Diane Morley two grandsons
you. Life has not ,been the Tyrone Morley and Kenneth Edwin Lord 1846 NW 69th
IN MEMORIAMIn same. In my heart your memory Morley. Terrace was funeralized on Sat-

loving memory of our dearson lingers sweetly, tenderly, fond urday May 6 from the Temple
and grandson, and true. No day passes my day Roosevelt Peter Robinson of Baptist Church.
I I one that I do not think of you. 15841 NW 17th ct., died on May _
Sadly missed by wife 7. Services will be held May 13. Edward Harris, 10751 SW
Mrs. Missouri Doster 2:30 p.m. in the chapel. The 148th it., was funerallzed on
And Family body will be on view Friday af' May 4 from the chapel.
ternoon Survivors Include his
wife Elizabeth, four Roose Mrs. Aline Phillips 1658
sons, NW
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MRS. ELIZABETH INGRAMA r M e velt James. Carl and Clark, two 6th court was funearilzed on
who died on April 28, and 'was H ) daughter, Mrs. Ramele Reaves May 3 from the chapel.Jamer .
loving of
laid to rest on May 6, 1961" memory and Miss Ann Robinson. r -
takes this method of expressing Banks 14250 NW 218t
thanks and appreciation to the Cleveland Jenkins of 425 NW court was funerallzed on Satur
t many friends who were ,so kind : 6th st., apt. 26 died May 9. Arrangements day, May 6, at 2 p.m. from the

during their hours of bereve- are incomplete. Survivors chapel.
ment. Thanks for your cards ; 1$1tJ include his wife, Mrs.
letters telegrams, flowers, cars __ Juanita Jenkins two sons, Cleve
and all other Kind gestures of H_ 3 land and Roosevelt a daughter,
sympathy : Betty Jean Jenkins. FOR SALE

Special thanks to the Bethell
Williams Funeral Home, Fr. Willie Sykes of 271 NW 10th DRIVEINRESTAURANT
'v/ Theodore R Gibson, Rev T. C. jt., apt. 226 died May 7. Arrangements
Kelley Jr., and Rev. Demerltte..It. .' are .incomplete. He
Again, thanks to everyone for + "' is survived by his wife Ruth,
.everything.:. Ypur )kindness will "t I four sons.',Willie, James Alfonsoand WITH BEER
I' never be forgotten. -",' I Roy Lee and a daughter, LICENSE. .
Mrs. Rachel'TPomlln, :, Sarah Mae.
,... : f 150 Ft. Comer.
,.,: !tf daughterMiss "
Irene Ingram, j Baby Boy CIr and of 4750 Jf Excellent Location '
.... '" daughterMrs. ferson st., died May 2. Graveside
Addranna Smith FELTON NICKERSONwho services held
were May 8. A Real
daughterMrs. departed this life May 17, P Survivors are his parents. Money Maker

Margaret Austin, sister 1960.
Gone but not forgotten.We Baby Boy Wltherson of 2027 TERMS
miss you but we hope to NW 6th place died May 3. Grave
"m.I, :. IN MEMORIAM meet you face to face when we side services were held May NEWS REALTYPL

In memory of ascend around the throne of God. -_... Survivors Include his parents 8'1
MRS. ETHEL McLEOD BETHEL May you rest, in peace. -
who departed this life May 4, From mother and father ., MR. JAMES McKENZDD NN 4-0655
1 1958. Mr. and Mrs. Felton and who departed this life May 7, DON'T COST THEY PAY t
Although Mother's Day Is Minnie Nickerson 1960.
special, our memories are with And grandmother, relatives May he rest In peace and light MIAMI TIMES ADS !
always. And friends and brothers. perpetual shine upon him.
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6895 N.W. 14th Ave. 1455 N.W. 53rd St. Rev. R Thompson? pastor
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor Annie Pratt, reporte M ,.: t;

;unday School 9.30"Morning Sis. S. Williams, ,secretary Sunday School ......_..............< :St : !
Service 11:00 Morning! .:worship .....:.......... Uot I,
Evening Service, . . '700 We call your attention to our Evening ''worship..........;............ 1:00:
Wed. Night Study . M.' 8tl5 new location, a larger and more ,
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. convenient place to worship.. An The deaconessboards/ are hay. .
Invitation is extended to all Ing a Mother' Day program._ Ware
A delightful l day Is being Primitive Baptists, also our well honoring ;our- ,oldest' and .A
planned for members and visitors Wishers to worship with us. I I youngest mother. Everyone. ds '
this .Sunday. We will have an Every Friday, Saturday and Sun invited. Our main event Is the 1
iaaplMng morning service; and day delicious home-cooked dinners closing of our' Women's Day;
the Baby CohUst will 1 be the and pies are served. in the drive,. May 21. Mrs. Phyllis Hal I
highlight of the evening program kitchen, to order them call OX is captain.. Mrs. Beasle Walker, ', ,:
sponsored by the women 1-7556 If you want our bus to cocaptain.The '.-Ii
ef the church. Worship friends pick your children up for Sun morning speaker will be< t}
for a day of and tel. day School call above number. Mrs. Louise. Culmer, a teacherat ,-.t ..
er's lowship l at trace, dn this Moth Morning and evening worshipwill Mays High School. The even
'begin at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. lag speaker will be Mrs. Care. \,..
The Weary TfaYelers will line Glenn. :
ST. PAUL MEN after service Sunday. We than Sister Henderson Is still on; HELP WANTEP NICE LARGE furnished room \
all of our participants, especiallyMrs. the sick list Visit her. 1530 NW 67th St.
RAISE $73rLJzice E. Jones of Dad Junior MAN On Social Security or pen
College and Mrs. Willie Maeueasor THE INCARNATION' slon to work as maintenance and 2-DBDROOM HOUSE. Completely
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Man couple'may section.
.. 01 tnee&sor; university janitorial worker. or furnished. 'In quiet
'r Cosmetology in Miami and live on premises Excellent For. Information: Apply at 1887
Nassau.'who helped. to, ,make our The newly confirmed class will. provisions For appointment Call NW' 58th st.FOR.
receive their first Holy. Communion
Fashion and Talent program a OX 60231.
success, also the able assistance at this Mass Welcomenew I ,. SALEONE
of Mrs. JUanita Johnson who members to the Incarnation A-l CONTRACTOR or carpenter
family. You will be very happy of town. FR 4-4391. -
prepared the most elegattt scen to go out
with us we are sure. BEDROOM CBS house,
ery.Watch Junior EYC Mother's Day at 6127 NW 20th, Ave.,
pro Homeworkersl)
for Our dedication. This 'I TYPISTS!
costs. month.J.
at 5 no closing $75 per
gram p.m.
promises to be an unforgettable spare time! Mailers, 2 Madi "'W. Home, owner, phone NE
affair! Solemn Evensong with a pro : son, Greencastle, Indiana. M20 47201. M 32.bedro.oms
gram of music at 7 p.m Special .
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST guest, the Dade County Junior:
1 bath, garage. All
College Choir. is
I This the climax:
tile features. Beautiful. 2780
1671 -N. W. 68th Terrace of our series of programsof FOR RENT NW 66th at. Jun3
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor sacred music. If you have notatte'nded
s leaoon Fred Williams, reporter any of these series you 3-DEDROOM HOUSE, FR 3.7830
\ BUS suitable for church
afN.Ft Sunday school ... . 9.80 are Invited to attend the final ,
lodge or organization, also piano
Morning worship . 11:00 program. TWO BEDROOM Duplex. Unfurnished and other church furnishings.
Evening Service . . 7:00 The Saints Ann-Margaret Tile bath, terrazzo Call OX 1-7566. M27
Chapter of the Episcopal Churchwomen fJoors. 2953 NW 46th st. NE
p The music on Sunday will be of the Incarnation Is 66026. M12
rendered by the No. 2 choir.
sponsoring their 3rd annual
The Sunday School is sponsor. Waltz Time Is Fashion Time HOUSE downtown. $17 week,
ing a baby contest. The funds senting Miami's Ten' Best Dress 2176 NW 6th place. OX 1.6341.
raised are for the Sunday School
ed Women and Queen for 1961:
- ......It, .J-W- and BTU convention which will tonight (Friday) ut the Hamp. 1 AND 2 bedroom apts. Partially
convene dn the city. The first furnished with stove and refrig
ton House Villa Pool Patio, 4200(
IIOIJEHT JACKSON prize is a $25 savings bond. Ba
NW 27th ave. A dance will climax erator. Only $15 per week. OX
General Chairman bles up to 2/ years are accept the 1-6341.
ed. If you are interested call program.
Sunday, April 23, the men of NE 5616. Hi Levan. Mrs. Joycelyn Burroughs, 195S for
St. Paul AME Church, corner Sunday Id Mother's Day and : Queen will crown the 1961 TWO FURNISHED rooms NE 1812 N.W. 51st St.
NW 4th court and 19th st., celebrated the women will speak through- Queen. Who will she be? Come rent. Cooking privilege
their 17th annual Men's out and witness for. yourself the 4-6026 $595 Down $88 Mo.

Day. What a grand affair It was! reigning of the new queen. Mrs.
The general chairman was Robert Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., chapter LARGE HOUSE. Also apartment. No Closing Costs
Jackson and co-chairman, president Very cheap. Plenty of lawn. No Qualifying
John. 2416 NW
Near schools. Soe
Grady Lee. 60th et.APARTMENT. Large 2-bedroom CBS with

The Sunday School was well TEMPLE BAPTIST enclosed garage and tile

attended with Paul Wilson as t Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor furnished, 776 roof, oak floors, refrigerator
:acting superintendent.The Sunday School NW C9th St., PL 49069. Free
9.30: stove air conditionedand
speaker at 11 a.m. was Morning worship, 11:00: electricity and water. fenced.
:the dynamic Rev. W. F. Tanner rf BTU 8:30 One mortgage

of St. Mary's Missionary Baptist Evening worship 7:00: FURNISHED ROOM A new ,-r- .
'Church, Coconut Grove His home. Respectable couple. PL

;stirring sermon was a spiritual Mother's Day will be observed 1-7718 1041 N.W. 73rd St.
treat The Holy Spirit was present with apropriate services. The
and every soul was lifted. Junior choir will .lng at the 11 3-HEDROOM unfurnished house, $495 Down $79 Mo.
a.m worship| and all mothers 1773-D NW 61t st. Call OX
The evening speaker was will receive special! honors 1-3826. No Closing Costs
;Principal Nelson Adams of Dun- pinning tags by their children. '
;bar Elementary School. Every The oldest and youngest moth. \PARTMENT. 3101 NW 43rd st. Very nice 2-bedroom CBS.

one enjoyed his very Inspiring era will occupy special chairs. For Information call FR 48398. Florida room, furnished
r rf
;addres. A fine solo was render The Grand United Order ofOdd M20 kitchen. No qualifying.Move .
'ed by James Fayson, nephew of Fellows and the Household in. '
the J, right Only $10,995
Rev. M Fayson.i5HL of Ruth will celebrate their UNFURNISHED Duplex. 2 bed

:""l-J&EU. .. & .:.-- *_ *v>.. -.i.: -... ... > Thanksgiving services at Templeat rooms. Near schools and Grand. I.____ =-==
2:30: p.m. way. HI 4-3965 after 6 p.m.
The young people, under the 1720 NW 60th st. This is it
R yltev direction of Mrs. Augusta New- -
out the day. Mrs. Lula Moran bold and Mrs. Vernell Strachan, FURNISHED APT. Yard and Large 3-bedroom CBS on
will speak at the 11 o'clock ser will present their Mother's Day porch. Reasonable. Call NE comer lot. Beautiful location *

vice and Mrs. E. A. Culmer at program at 6 p.m. The publicIs 42808. near school, snoopingmd
the 7:30: evening service. Invited,
May 21 there will be a battleof Members are busy preparing UNFURNISHED HOUSE 3-bedrooms transportation. All this

songs between the Spiritual for the celebration of the 29th l'/4 bath. $80 per month, For only $595 down and'
Baptist Church of 1'errlne and anniversary of the church and In' Richmond Heights, phone FR payments of $77 month.
the No. 2 Choir of New Bethel. pastor. Beginning :Monday night 1.2818.. Don't wait. Call us.
rome out and enjoy yourselveswith May 16, services will be held
ujs. each night MMVATU ROOM. Hath phone, --
I through Thursday. ---- --
..... kitchen privileges $10. NE
_''"r.". .-ar 'l'll&l1 CASH FOR YOUR LOT
PL 7-8458 283 NW 79th St.
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor MODERN Furnished room, 1986

Runday School . . 9:30 NW B7th st. Cooking facilities ,_ .,' .. .. .
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Morning Worship . 11':00 KB 36203. '

Jvervlns: Worship . . 7:00
Publicity CommitteeWe

at the Biggest Little
Church are happy because of all.of Northeast Section
our achievement with the
r r readership of our pastor. Were
And :Mrs. 31. J. Fnynon thankful for the contribu10

of God's spirit. All of our ROCK BOTTOM PRICE
The general chairman and cochairman boards and clubs are working
along with all the men with all their
of St. Paul, wish to express .l good account of might themselves.to give a This 3-bedroom with central heat and air condition,
their sincere thanks and appreciation yI built-in bar
to everyone whose efforts, On last fifth Sunday we reported Florida room, fully equipped kitchen,

however small, made our Men's $2,700, and to since our that church'Ume over that with sink, hardwood floors, garage, awning, swim-

Day one of the greatest and most amount has been Increased. pool with cabana, beautiful rock garden, electric
successful well
spiritually as as
The pastor extends thanks to
financially: In our churcb'a his I r: all of the members and friends barbecue with sink, fruit trees, large 'patios, exotic

to 1'We)". also wish to thank Deacon c'MRS. for their generosity.At waterfall, and goldfish pond. It also has sprinkler

Henry Jefferson and the men of --' our recent rally two system' inter-com, and wired for sterio, plus many
New Hope choir No. 2 who joined plaques were given to the class
In 'with the St. Paul's male I.. A. CULMER: lead( ', and the club leader that extras It is a beautiful tropical paradise at rock bottom

chorus that rendered music There will be an Ice cream dip reported the highest amount. price.
throughout the day. Mrs. Ruth I and a pineapple sip at the home They were Mr*. Lucille Howard,
Scott is the pianist and direc os SU Forbes at 7440 NW 16th resident of .Stewardess Board $19,500 Down Payment $3,800
tress. I ave.. Sunday, May 14 at 3:00: I No. 1, with |187, and Mrs. -
The total amount raised for until 4 o'clock Josephine Stracban, leader of
the day was $7,353. May 16, at 7:30 o'clock the class No. 4 with $178. So it II Monthly payment $104. By owner. See it Sunday

The pastor and Mrs. Fayson Rev. H. Drown will preach and congratulations to these two from 1-6 p.m. Near Washington Park.
join with the chairman and cochairman there will be music rendered by very fine ladles.
In thanking the congregation different choir of the city. There will be a high day at
and friends for mak May 19 at 7:30 there will bea our church Sunday as we observe 1552 N.E. 150th St. or call WI 7-4883'
ing our 17th annual Men's Daya tea leaf reading at the homeof Mother's Day. There will
grid success. May God bless Sis. L. Metdoirj; J J7 NW be also, prizes given to the most I
lou, 73rd St. worthy mothers.


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r THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA taxpaying citizens as well as

II others in Dade County.
t, PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 Headquarters 'for the petitionsare

, __ At 344 Blscayne Boulevard,
1 krr '" but by the time that this columnis
! I LIBERTY CITY aside for honoring our principalMr. BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE read, I'm sure some of the
Charles L. Williams, who Is petitions will be circulated in
,, We were so pleased to haTe retiring this year. You are In -- the local area, where anyone
\ had Miss Flendberg, our auper- vited to attend any program l McLEOD'S AMENDMENT the current reassessment pro who would like to sign may do
r, visor, visit with us Tuesday. Aa scheduled. MIS-UNDEUSTOODThe
the deadline is reached
gram, the more he becomes con so before
per usual, we benefited from her Orchids to the faculty: members
proposed amendment to vinced that It was all designed ,
visit both as Individuals and who are spearheading the
;y, as a group. drive for the school newspaper the Metro Charter, which Is beIng and calculated to benefit the 111011 SCHOOL QUEENS TO
"Follow The Sunset" Is here- fund. Mrs. Ireta M. Crosby is sponsored by former County "big boys," and make the small BE SPECIAL: GUESTS Otf
Commissioner, John McLeod and man carry the major portion. of HALL
chairman of the REUNION
.J \ May 22. Let'a not forget to bring group. ,the the load '
: known
which is popularly as
our whole family out for an extravaganza LanlerBunche "McLeod Amendment," has been In the third place, this amend When the annual 1 AlUmhl lie-
.. packed _with! a cast and is still being grossly misunderstood ment returns the county govern union flail is held on Friday
I o: nunareas.. Admission, adults ParkStudents by many persons In ment to five commissioner, WhO evening, June 9 at it) o'clock at
l 35c, children 25. Remember that this and other communities in will 'be elected, at large, : the Harlem Square .Ballroom1, ,all l
tickets are now on sale. SeeNaturalization Dade. Some of the misunderstanding live in flve different districts. of the Queens of the local l high
Irene Edwards, Liberty City may be attributed to a This has been true of all coun schools will be special guests on
I' Elementary dramatic narrator, bit of misinformation on the ties in Florida for many years.In the occasion. These, of course,
Is presenting a Mother's Day Among guests during the part of some people, ,but othersare the fourth place, the amend- are the queens! of Mays, Carver,
; program this Sunday at 7:30: Law Day court on May 1 were definitely the results of de ment abolishes the office of Booker T. Washington, Northwestern
L a.m. over station WMBM. Please representatives chosen from liberate distortions on the part County Manager, which saves and North Dade High
r don't forget to listen. Junior American Citizens in of various amendment the county some thirty to thirty Schools.In .
I The faculty and the principal Bunche Park Elementary School forces who are trying their bestto five thousand dollars per year, addition to the queens, the
I ; wish to thank the communityand ,sponsored by John MacDonald have the people defeat the and which eliminates a numberof Parents of the Year, will also be
the parents for a well-attended Chapter, DAR. amendment. The so-called Metro other jobs, resulting in an ad. extended special invitations to
PTA during the school "Truth Squad," has apparentlybeen ditional saving of twenty-five be special guests of the sponsor
.. year. From the agenda presented, With the invitation of the especially active in the lat thousand dollars per year. -the BTW High School Alumni
Mr. Scott, the PTA president, Honorable Emett C. Choate, ter respect.In Association. Allot the guests
did a wonderful job. To him and Judge In this district, presiding In the fifth place the amendment will be Introduced and ,, gives
his many, many workers, thank 11 boys and girls from the sixth order to help dispel some has returns the Sheritt and a recognition during the affair {U1
you. '' trade, accompanied ,by their of the mis-information that the number of other offices to the keeping with the long established
Mary F. Williams principal; nrinclpal1, Mrs. Sylvia Lambert, been circulated: about In elective basis, as they were before policy of the stforisdr.
Denis R. Thomas IV, reporter. and Miss Christine Saunders and amendment, I take pleasure Metro became effective. FOR
giving you a '''brief analysis of And in the sixth the INVITATIONS REAY
:Mr. Jaycee Patrick of the facul place, pe
B. T. W. HIGH SCHOOL tv, attended a naturalizationcourt the high points of the proposal tition for this amendment whichis MAILING
proceedings.The In the first place, the amend now being signed by many Invitations for the Reunion
Seniors took over April 26 children had studied ment dom not abolish home rule, persons in Dade, Is not at all a Ball will be in the mail by May
GovernmentDay. because home rule for Dade Is vote. It Iff. The invitations should be
for annual Student pamphlets, provided by John An simply a- 'petition to .
They performed the dutiesof MacDaniel Chapter, detailing the in the Florida Constitution and. pui-ih- question i on the ballot to in me hands 01 tile guests -by
teachers and administrative requirements upon foreign! bornto can only be (abolished by statewide be voted on by the people-either May 18. However, anyone who
staff James Erwin president of become naturalized citizens.nd vote of the people.In FOR or AGAINST. has not received his invite by
I the Student Council, served as \: they were familiar with the the second place, the As of Monday evening of this May 22 is asked to call in person
I principal. He was also speaker amendment the current or phone the downtown of
oath that all applicants must repeals : week, approximately 11,000 signatures *
\ for the assembly program. His I take beforu the Judge pronounces assessment program, which: In had been obtained by flee of The Miami Times At lllit
I Impressive oration was entitled them American citizens. effect nullifies homestead exemp those circulating the petitions.All NW 8rd Ave. Fit 6tat1d
"The Land of Opportunity." The children saw and heard tion on most homes, which Is Indications point to the fact alumni personnel will be hap'py
Thrilling! Exciting! Hilarious! 297 foreign born become fellow also a constitutional: benefit of that the required number df good to supply him with invites fdr
These adjectives describe the Americans; all with smiles and ho state. This amendment pro- signatures will be obtained within Himself and friends. Table tcsefvations -
"mpck faculty" show May 1. many with smiles and tears. A 'Ides for five local assessors, the allotted time, and that may be made by calling
The auditorium rocked with number had petitioned to who are well familiar with their the proposal will be placed on it the same office
laughter and rollicking: fun as have their names changed and territorial problems and who will the ballot to be voted upon. Funds raised from the sponsorship
students gave Impersonations of this was granted by Judge have three years in which to The above analysis are onlya of the ball will go to
faculty members. The show was Choato. work them out. few of the high points of the ward the Alumni's annual scholarship
presented to help the school These new citizens had come The more closely one examines proposed amendment, which awardtbetter
newspaper fund. from nlmnaA! every counrty in
UTW camera met the park the" w j.frotIl( ; the Orient ,:
champion Warriors In a grudge from Russia and many other ,I- }
game Saturday night. A dance European countries, from North
followed the game. This was and South America, from Asia dI
also given to benefit the news and Africa. All were fine lookIng -
paper fund. The gOIIs\ to raise and should make worthy
some $2,000 to clear all indebt citizens.
edness of the paiH-r. Homeroom
groups have already rallied to CALL OUT FOR
the occasion by raising money In \
various ways for the project. FLA. NORMAL 'I K
Carle Capers' .
Orchids go_ to J.
homeroom for contributing over ALUMNISt.
$30 this week for the news- E a
paper fund drive. Augustine A special directive
was issued this week re-
Eighteen debutantes from "nesting the 1,000 or more
Booker T Washington were members of the Alumni Aflsocia- Mm tfft0e..e
presented at the Debutante Ball Mon of Florida Normal and Industrial
at Municipal Auditorium May 5. Memorial College In
They were: Jacquelyn Robinson, Florida to attend a very urgent
B'oneva' Moreland, Doris Mc meeting of the organization on _
Allister, Barbara D. Bush, Caro Saturday. May 20. d.
lyn Alford, Robbie McCray. This! directive was issued by
Sarah Hammit, Lillie. Herring, Tohn L. Jackson executive !secretary
Naomi Johnson, Jolene Hardee, of the Florida Normal ese
Ann Harris, MaybeUine, Pink Alumni Association, who stated
ston Augusta Caesar, Keva that several vital Issues con &
Carey, Jean Cason, Olensworth 'renting the alumni and others \\ @@ n@I1il
Davis, Zeta Garvin, Sharon Interested in this 69 year old Institution
Dean; had to be dealt with
and decided upon at this ached
Juniors and Seniors wit: .
promenade at Municipal Auditorium uled meeting.

May 12. The theme for "Florida Normal and Indus-
the occasion Is "Night :in EC- I trial Memorial College Is attempting
stacy." Parents of juniors and to face up to its full give
seniors are invited to attend. I responsibility as a private and
Say, don't forget the Saturday church-related college.:' There
night dance In the school gym of this
ire some aspects reapon-
nasium. All proceeds realized ,
ilblllty that can only assum-
from the dance will go to the 'd and ,shared by the alumni,"
school newspaper fund. Mr. Jackson said as he emphasized -

Circle the calendar for May the fact that a representation ,
14-19. These are the dates set of several hundred former
Itudents and alumni membersnave ry
already pledged their sup- .
port for the alumni association's -
r:' : expansion program and also Indicated eeolue4
that they would attend
and participate in the Alumni
I ., A"x Day activities scheduled to take
," place on May 20. IJ
y *' Tasteful and welcome electrical gifts htva lasting value...are enjoyed .
Howard U. Classof
."' after others
4. "I long are forgotten.
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So be a thoughtful giver! See the marvelous selections for mom,

Howard largest University's graduating history class, the in dad, brides, graduates, annrrereariea-for that special occasionat -

4 STRAIGHTENYOUR class of 1951, Is busily preparingfor @ your electric appliance dealer
Its ten-year reunion at the
forthcoming June graduation ex And for that really Special Gift: may we suggest a flameless electric .-, I

HAIR ercises. Committees have been dryer, or dishwasher or automatic range, or TV set, or other I

at HOME in one easy application!IYoucanbav'nAtural.looklnr activities formed to from handle the all initial phases coffee of major electric appliance/ to lighten work and brighten leisure. i

straight hour, through the traditional !
it hair the safe SILKY STRATB luncheon and closed soirees.

I t' wet.month way. Easyto Your, won't)lair-follow go stays back directions straight even: ( when forprofealonsi for All alumni to contact are urgently the Reunion reQuested 'fl'Itv d xo/, a: )1ft f tameless. 17 L' ,;

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t Howard University
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SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1961 PAGE 18
Richmond Heights Flashes

__ trons. You can't miss Sunday Fine Arts Show on
h fly otiA D. TAYLOR r will
when again the Dig Chorus

_ . ". .. . ; < < L 4 i _ I accompany the pastor at 11 a.m. WMBM Sunday .
; :;:5$ .JI ;;; i'.. :::': :;:::;::::;: t"
I for the annual sermon.
insplriUoh) t walk with tibd", house has befeonle a home, alive Dinner will be served at 1 11:30 a.m. .

iiave you come td the f'eallzaflon with health:! hope and hearts Well known artists, musicians,
. that (God id ever near us; full bf love, laUghter and peace. p.m.Sunday 3 p.m. will find the dancers and actors are featured
that we are never alone! because 100 voice chorus ready to sing on the weekly Fine Arts Conservatory
God is everywhere. Real coi#}' duplicate Bridge the best of the old and latestof show heard each Sunday
verted Christians walk with the new.Rehearsal. I morning at 11:30: on station
God James Dlllet Freeman says; ..ClubWe be WMDM. The Fine Arts Consrva-
will Monday
"Prayer is the, way of wa'kltig tory, located in the Carver YMCA
Wednesday uuJ Thursday nights
God instead of Building on 15th ave. and 68th
with walking fellow
we'come all + visiting
next week at St. James All sing '
alone. We who have the habit of American Bridge Association st., started this program two
era are urged to attend these
and haM been gathering *
prayer are never tar from God members. A call to Mrs. last rehearsals. months ago,
even at times it may eem that \nn Lindsay, social chairman, I an audience who want to
the music of Mozart Bee
you are alone. Prayer changes PL 1-1475 or Mrs. Effie Wil- =; ::: !:! !::; q:: hear ,
things although the change does lams, president, Mtt 8.0930 will NEED MONEY thoven, Chopin, Bernstein andStraviasky
not come always when or how :Inform visitors where we'are as well as news on
we expect it, yet comes in due jlaying. We had an interestingame $25 to $600 music, dramatic and dance
the local This
vents in
time. Finally, to those who with visitors Dr. H. area.
pray PresidentThe Call PL 8-3653
Imckle Sunday morning Mrs. Ruth
E. G. ,
is like Hamilton
prayer itself. So as you dean at Morehouse
Greenfield director of the
always know that College Atlanta Ga. IDEAL LOAN
you are ,
Its annual se.s'slon servatory, will devote the "Com
never alone You wak: Winners April 8 ventlon open
with 1st Ethel
God' : ,
Grier H Williams; 2nd L. 8 p.m. May 25 and run 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. poser's Corner" to the waltzes
Jackson G. through May 28 at St. James C!' of Frederick Chopin.
tiAsEUALL LEAGUE: < ltlchuI6nd McCoy tying with St. 5
.Heights is proud of the L. Wheatley A. Allen. Daptlst Church, Hibiscus
and Charles Ave., Coconut #" #" '#" " ##'#" "
Little League ,' under guidance of Mr.? L, Grier H, Williams; 2nd I I.. Grove, Rev. J. W. Watson, pas I Meet Your Friends at EAST COAST TAILORS
Session and others Vi lit) ha.ve Jackson Ann Lindsay tying tor.A I We do beautiful work for
shown Interest in the boys for with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray. 100 voice chorus Is being LITTLE CAL'S Ladles and Men
of highlighting
some time. Out of this group of Next Meeting at the home of trained for the purpose ALTERATIONS
Rob Mrs. Grier, 15930 NW 17th ct., ] all tho sessions except 2955 W. 54th
boys can come a Mays, a MoCall N. St.
Saturday when Rev I. REMODELING
Opa Locka May 1$. I
las on or other greats of baseball.
we hope other men of the com We urge all members to come i. will be"The the main Midget speaker Chorus at 11 of e Laundry and Dry Cleaning
out to give our California a.m.
will this to
munity join
group Richmond Heights will serve as Cold Beer Wine Expertly Done
help l bur boys achieve their goals. bound members the practice and and
competition they so need. We guest chorus with the Sllvertone 717 N.W. 62nd Street
all Junior Saturday at 8 p.m. a.specla.l Hot Sandwiches
A LETTER OF HOPE-Your Improve together.Advertise music After hour appointment IlL
program of fine ,
Scribe is in possession!: of a valuable whdlo Denny O'Derry conductsthe HAROLD YOUNOHLOOD, Prop 8.3001

consolation letter giving oUr community annual quiz which always ,.#,.,,..##..###.##..,." ,,#, ,
and hope for recreation It Pays! bring lots of laughter to the pa-
and devolopment: of the
ten acres donated by the late I ,
Frank C. Martin for park-recre I

ation purposes. The letter wad! I
the answer to a letter sent to Ford Real Estate Hot f .
Metro by Sam Marks, of Arm

strong Manor, Inc, of which
Your Scribe is sales manager, Deals !
thus endorsing Mr. Marks in \
writing Metro. The answer as
cures Richmond Heights that See these exclusive beautiful CBS homes! 'b{

Metro's Recreation Dept. will supervise the recreation pro

gram Instead this of summer Doard in of the Public Heights Instruction 1550 N.W. 55th St.-$400 Down $72.91 Month } iS, n's? '

the agenda; that for definite the park develop Is on 1421 N.W. 53rd St.-$300 Down $56.62 Month

ment by Metro. We are happy to 1085 N.W. 48th St.-$350 Down $73.17 Month
pass this good news on to you
and who have written let
many 1078 N.W. 75th St.-$400 Down 69.47 Month s
ters in or wished for the development.
Our thanks to
grateful 52nd St.-$400 Down $75.15 Month
1952 N.W.
Developer Sam Marks who is interested 1
as a builder In the
Heights to have proper recrea- 1019 N.W. 49th St.-$450 Down $78.92 Month .* t

community.action and play facilities for the (Plus small FHA costs) 2w ,;

Armstrong Manor and your
:Scribe have brought hundreds of
fine people into the communityand If you have a steady job, you can qualify

'will: continue to do so in ,fCk gt
the future a We have over 200 others ,

Tuesday evening was the open We are open Saturday and Sunday } tI
meeting for parents and teachersof
aU sixth graders of Frank C. o 4*

Martin. The agenda was a party -
for the class of 1961. Mr 4
Gary Drown opened by appointing FORD REALTY Inc. ;

Mrs. Young, a parent, as ,
chairman of the meeting. After

an opening prayer by Mrs. 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559 '.
Crawford, a sixth grade Instructor i ''" ...
the meeting was opened for 4 +. :., ;1jI>. '\I: ',"
graduation party. '
Committees for food, hosts and --"-' v!

hostesses, decoration, finance Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller .' (I} ,
and gifts were appointed. The ,,
date agreed was June 9, 7 to 10 Not a Rootman Not God Either But ./ l ....."'."
p.m. Future announcements to JUST A GOD SENT MAN 4t '
be made later. A spirit of good

will and cooperation prevailed.Each Rev. Shepherd BogaetorsDo 4r
parent group Is to donate '
$3,50 for expenses of the
party to be in to Mrs. Young by you have a problem? Fashionable... at
Mav 20 that planning may be ';q Business Bad, Marriage

(definitely done. 1.'all1n", Cnn't win the man
or woman you love, Been with light; bright Royal Crown
'the Women's Club of Rich ,
Crossed, Need Money,
mond Heights is to be congratu
lated on their cleanup crusade. 4t41 Everything Going Wrong?
'They held a wonderful meetingon :! Health Had? Can't Satisfy Good grooming begins in the homo with Royal
:ast Sunday afternoon with Crown Hair; Dressing tho light, bright modern
members of the Doard of Health k q t Your Husband or Wife? hair in style.
programed. Each person Ls ask- ___ ,' way to keep your
ed to cooperate in c'eanlng up, Want a New Home or Car?

painting up and keeping clean Royal Crown Hair Dressing helps flatter your

our beautiful Heights. We hope hair with an ever-so-light softness brightensyour

he county waste department in moving SEE ME TODAY hair with a smooth, glossy beauty.. gives
rill fully cooperate
files of trash from the streets 4' $ Never before In the history your hair tho very best of caro.

nonthly and all garbage weekly. ; ; +,, of Miami, have BO many
people been helped by this

The Douquet of the Week goes 0, great wonder tnan.d .
to the mothers of Richmond till
It costs nothing to
Heights. We saluto you with a

special salute and some extra come in and talk
posies In the bouquet, first because I Ei---
you are the mothers who

make po&slb'e! our family life 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 9-9138 .
and second, because you are the
stabilizers of our community. We In Key West Every Tuesday at 708 Angela StreetIn
praise and acknowledge you for FASHIOMABLf.! sod.. Aifffr, t
your patience, love care, under Opa Locka at 16101 N.W. 27th Avenue tool Royal' Crown Hair" Draialna for L g ,
standing and wisdom in helpingto 28 wom.nDeluxs Ppnudc lor IMa...
guide your family into whole Every Friday, 10o and agoAMURICA'e

livlcg spiritual participation 9 a.m. until Phone NA 1.7120 LAROBOT OBLUNO HAIR DRBOOINO
an{ educational perception. With I .

/i' 4t the helm helping the _._ __ _. .__-.1 '

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;' L. A A JAR t:. formerly. of M e'. Beauty
Famous oil of Bergamoi; Sulphur
Deacons of New Spanish Sage and 10 other is now At
Ingredients to make fOur hair WILSON'S BEAUTY
Hope to Celebrate long and beautiful. If your hairIs SALON Brand new 3-bedfoohi CBS
I The members of Deacon Board dry, hard to manage, breaking 67th St..
No. 3 of the New Hope Missionary at the ends, splitting, falling out, 150 N.W home. Jalousied Fla. room,
Baptist Church will celebrate will not hold the curl, scalp Itching OX 12616 NE 4.2027 built-in oven and range. 19"
RS, their second anniversary on 'Sun or getting grey;., then you Specializing, In tinting. ., hairstyling
day afternoon at three o'clock. need Special Sage now. If you or TV set, lovely bathroom
The Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor and jour husband are getting bald ecalp treatment with shower door, circular
congregation of Friendship Mis you need "Ho Ilaldnovr" '$2. O. cold wavingFURNISHED
sionary Baptist Church will deliver Results guaranteed. driveway to carport. One
the anniversary sermon. Special offer,3 months supply: mortgage only. No closing
The programs coming up to this 1 Serial Sage Grey
anniversary are as follows: 1 Sure Hair Shampoo ,$450 DownSee costs. Move right in, with
'Thursday night there will be 1 Sure Hair-pressing oil $795 down. Open Sun. 1-6
I. a giant gospel program. Some of 1 Hair Beautiful All for $:'.08 1463 N.W. 57th St.
the most outstanding gospel Beautiful freshly painted 2 bed p.m.
choirs and groups of the city Mail all orders to:
will appear on program. "SUNK 1IA1H PKODUCTS" room CBS, carport, hardwood 1941 N.W. 153rd ,St.
Friday night the Rev. P. S. 004 Florida Ave., N.W. ,r'
Drown, pastor and congregationof Washington 1, D. O. floors, Mite roof, landscaped. Opa Locka
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will -
be in ,charge of the service. I Move in '.today. .
The chairman, officers and l.
members of Deacon Board No. Gold Coast Realtor
3 sincerely hope that all of the New Bargains! 4301 N.W.' 2nd Ave. 5-bedrooms, 2 baths CBS.
Evangelist Maggie Green of church members and Christian PL 1.2426 Close to NW 7th Ave..
Greater Dethel AME Church will friends will come out and help MAKE
be the morning speaker for them to make this their second Hardwood floors, large living
Woman's Day, Sunday at Mt anniversary, a success. Open 3.5 room, front and ,
Pleasant AME Church, Hollywood p.m. .HOUSE FOR SALEIn rear
I Rev. R. Bishop! pastor. r. Down Payment Opa Locka screened porches, n i c .

Seeds The theme of Ideal for;.Motherhood the day Is "Sow to FOR SALECome Your Lot or Home: Two bedroom, CBS home quiet area. City water. New

Produce Blessed Womanhood." with nice living room, dinette ly painted and decorated.
Mrs. Margaret Choice will be 1430 N.W. 59th St.
evening speaker.METRO kitchen, on a v e r y Nicely financed. See it! 2-
see this 3-bedroom, 2 baths, garage, large lot 118 feet front car garage.
SEEKING I gorgeous 3bedroomCBS oak floors, built-in electric age, 591/2 feet In rear. Ideal

kitchen, Florida room. location; in walking distance _.-%_____ 'I
BUS DRIVERScontinued 'home ''to bus, drug store

( from' page 1) All large rooms, fully land 1232 N.W. 55th St. theatre and shopping center '$195 Down

scaped, only $70.69 Modernly fenced-in
the per 1426 N.W.
personnel department. 58th Terr.
Buys clean 2 bedroom
Before the purchase of the private FHA mortgage. yard contains 2 grapefruit,
lines this week, the union I. '511,600. TT 1 acrea, 6 av&cad&, 2 hayden home. Close to 2 bus lines.

the had bricks"claimed rather Its men than would work"hit for Only $770 Down BARON JE 8.1340 mango, 2 papaya, 1 sea- One mortgage only* $65 per

the county and lose their bar- grape, 1 tangerine, 4 banana month pays all.
gaining rights including the Open Sun. 1 to 5''p.m. NO MONEY DOWNWe and .3 lime trees. ..to. ,. .
right to strike.
Transit Authority Chairman 1361 N.W. 51st Terr. build on your lot For information contact r
Raymond W. Butler Jr., said Third Avenue Realty 2-bedroom CB$. Stove and
that a definite decision La yet to I Cash paid for your lot 742 N.W. 3rd Ave. refrigerator. One FHA
made but each driver will
probably be offered a Job. IF YOU ARE LOOKINGFOR I Phone FR 4.3297EVE mortgage. $66 month. $350
Metro Commission voted --- - - - -
8.4 A RENTAL, CALLUS down. Includes closing
to purchase William D, Pawley's
Miami Transit Co., Miami Beach cost .
Railway: Co., South Miami LOAN MONEY !
Coach Lines Inc., and Keys We ran finance your automobile .
Transit$7,705,274.Co. The sale price waa liability insuranceon ON FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES

easy monthly payments. HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS

$ $, SALE $ $ Goodman's Real Free Inspection Reasonable Costs Realty

Be Sure to See This And Interest Fast
and Efficient Service For Fair Deals

On Lovely Extra CBS Large Home Lot Estate & Insurance ABC MORTGAGE CO FR 1-1493 6200 N.W. 2nd ,Ave.

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