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 20, 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: UF00028321:00266

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2SO SLATED FOR Wednesday that, under the Pu- applications from Negro parents school and their academic capa- Prairie Ave. One applicant a., I
pil Assignment Law, 290 Negro for their children to transfer to bllitiea. girl, almost certain to be admitsted "
EARLINGTONHEIGhTS students will be' assigned next I white schools next fall It seemed If a check proves she 1a A .
year to now 'segregated Earllng- likely that Integration to some Coconut Grove Elementary, bona fide Beach resident. '
ton Heights Elementary, 4760 degree would be undertaken at 3351 Matilda St.-Three requests

i NW Und ftvs. An all-white staff these, other schools received; likely, to be granted. In the last two years Orchard .,
fiix Wore Miami public schools will) be retained
Allapattah Elementary: 4700 6210 Villa, Fulford, and Homestead
frill' be
Integrated! next September
Of the 356 white pupils there
to bring the total of mired officials NW 12th ave. Of 14 requests NW 27th AYe Eleven applicants : Air Base grade
now, said 160 have in
will doubtless be .
some approved.The
to will be individually screen North MiamiDefhave
schbdls here 1(d. dicated th yTOulc! etay When
board asked for further Information favorable.
I their chances
Superintendent. Joe Hall told the school Is integrated. concerning( distancethe been ante thout

the board which met unofficially After. the board. considered 68 applicants lived from the j' Miami Beach High, 2231 .-cldent. \

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CUTTING DUELIS I Benjamin's room. Names were
BETA KAPPA called and Mrs. Benjamin grab-
FATALA bed a paring knife and began to
WASHINGTON D.C. How- STUDENT cut Stephens about the head and
ard University officials this week 26-yearold'woman was stab hand. Stephens retaliated by tak
announced the election of 13 bed to death early Thursday ing the knife and cutting Mrs.
students to Phi Beta Kappa, national ACCEPTEDAT night at the Marsha Ann Hotel, Benjamin In the upper' body, 'apparently -
702 NW 2nd ave., during a violent
scholastic honor fraternity. striking the jugular L-1
Three of the students are argument with her bOY- vein. .
from Virginia, and one each U. MIAMI' friend ,who himself, was slashed She bled profusely: walked ;

from Florida, New York, North I several times. out,of the room and sat on a '? .,
Carolina, Pennsylvania and the. Miss Vivian White of 1319 NW Mm. Celest Benjamin died In couch, in1' the:' lobby. She asked d.;
Federation of the West, Indies. 68th St., has been notified of her the arms of Alex, Stephens, popular the manager to call an ambulance
Five are Washington residents.All acceptance as a summer studentat local band leader, in his for her. Stephens picked
but one are enrolled in the the University of Miami. room at the hotel following the her up and took her to his room.
College of Liberal Arts.DAVID Miss White will work towarda fracas, according to police. He was in the process of puttingher
.. degree in sociology beginningwith Police gave this version of the in his bed when she died. r : ..
--- -------- the June 15 session. She is Incident, which is,, still being In Police said the couple appearedto A

a former student at Morris vestlgated. have been drinking, but was
Drown College in Atlanta and Doth lived at the hotel Mrs. not drunk.
has attended two summer sessions Benjamin in room 6 and Stephen Stephens was taken to Jackson
; at Atlanta UniT She is in room 11. They had Hospital, treated and released. \
Y working as a substitute teacherin i been going around together for Police added that the incident
the county now. some time. appeared to be 'one of Justifiable\
c* 4 Cost of tuition at the UM is Early Thursday night, the homicide. However, formal
$25 per semester hour, or $75 couple became engaged in an ar charges are being withheld "
I for a three hour course. gument which began 'In Mr*. pending further investigation. 1-MUS.c "iT BENJAMIN, .

L r 1 VOTERS LEAGUE MEETS IN JAXOne Most Atlanta.. 'Popular Beautician- I

of the hlgh'lghts of the will be seated at the banquet and .
Brooks, principal of New Stan-
..JI Florida Voters League State that 100 reservations have already
ton, while Eric O. Simpson lo
in Jacksonville been made leaving only
Conference meeting a
cal will
on Sunday, May 21, will bea hundred seats available to club newspaper
appear on the to state
banquet slated for 3 o'clock leaders and civic workers. the occasion. I. .t iLRti

In the cafeteria of New Stanton A unique program has been
High School. arranged which will feature the Others slated to participateon
Frank Whittaker, special assistant Stanton Glee Club and Verdell the program Incude: Ernc\ t
.. to the Secretary of Com Jakes in musical rendition, with D. Jackson, local attorneys, Henry
__, ..-wMo-' merce of the United State., will Isadore Singleton as toastmaster. H. Arrington. Miami attorneyand
HOIIINSON be the main speaker at the The opening prayer will:! be offered former assistant to the Dade
event which will be attended by by the Rev. J. S. Johnson, County prosecuting attorney; Edward *
This year's Inductees bring the prominent social and civic figures pastor of St. Stephens A.M.E. D. Davis, president, l<'.or-
'total: number of persons initial from all parts of the state. Church. Ida Voters League; Samuel H.
ed by the Howard chapter to Isadore Slng'eton, chairman of The welcome address will be Jones, E. J. Norman,*!, Bernard i 1
I''.l35. The chapter Gamma chap the program committee, has announced delivered by Prof. Charles D. Smith and Lee HaynesJf
ter of the District .of Columbia, only two hundred guests iA.I:
v, wan established in 1963. : i iw

". The Mlamtan was David Rob-
Jnson Jr., government, son of
Mrs. Janle U. Maya, 1612 NW _
'68th terr. He graduated from
Dooker T. Washington High _
School He Is chairman of Little

Forum, Political Society, Phill
sophy Club, World Affairs Club,
Carver Halt! Government, edItor
and founding staff member, The
Promethean (student arts Jour. v v 1 z, 1

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Honors and awards: -PI Sigma
national government hon-'
Alpha, : .M .
'jor society: Phi Sigma Tau, na; y t wt
ttlonal philosophy: honor society
Tutorial and Advisory staff,
Jflean's honor roll, cited for Who's, y,
Students In 'Amerl-
Who Among
jean Universities and con.ge..1 t-
'University tuition scholarships.He .
plans immediate employment
and enter law school later.

State NAACP D5n
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''President Here .. s __
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The Saints Ann Margaret and MUs Marsha Mclver. pianist. The following persons are 141.ami' -
Thursday Miss Johnnie Moore, popular
Chapter of the Episcopal Mrs.. Joycelyn Burroughs, 1959- Ten Best Dressed WDomen Atlanta beautician, Is, spendinga

Rev. A. Leon Lowery, mlHUat Churchwomen of the Incarnation 60 queen crowned Mrs.of Geraldine for 1961, they were selected by few days in Miami at the Sir
wife Atty.
Tampa minister and president of sponsored their third Waits TimeIs Arrington and mother of secret judges: Queen Geraldine John Hotel as part of a. package
will speak Fashion Time and presentedMiami' Henry trip she won for being crowned"Atlanta's
the Florida NAACP. Best Dressed Vfp- little Robin, queen for 1961. Arrington, Joycelyn Burroughs,
Thursday night, May Ten Most Populajr; Beau-
-In Miami Church In men and Queen for 1961 on Friday Mrs. Julie Clarke chapter Lona Simmons, Sybil Johnson, tician." \
.26 at St. Paul i certificates
', the
May 12 at the Hampton chairman presented Oussie Erwin, Isabelle Young.Georgia ,
Coconut Grove. of honor and Father Ellsha The contest was sponsored by
v. Rev. Lowery' this previous a House The Villa setting Pool was Patio.the ideal Carke: presented the queen Clark, Carmen Jacksonand the Atlanta Inquirer and a cruise

successful: "wade-In". for this affair. Mrs. Thel- plaque. Hall Queen Gerrl for Alice Harrison Not shown to Nassau was among tho. prises
thing -
17'aU white Davis Causeway 1961. I Jacqueline White. offered.
Municipal beach at Tampa. ma McDonald was the

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.. On Sunday May 21 n
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 TITLE with the.. 68th a$vt'shDpaalong
BASEBALL of Ward Chapel :AMIS, '('Chgrcb
Hallandale, will be x.
Tallahassee The Florida The Rt.. Her. S. I,...Greep, presjd-
A&M University baseball team lag bishop, will be the., 11 .am\,
wrapped up the Southern Intercollegiate !speaker: Theme "God* CftlJ i"or
Around Miami rt Athletic Conference Men."

baseball championship with a Dro. Albert Stafford: leAVt
s sweep of a two game seriea with chairman; Bro. William Allen University of Columbia, S. co-chairman; Rer. D. A. Russell
C., here two weeks ago. pastor.

The Rattlers edged the YellowJackets
and 9-4 to end the It's Party TimeTo
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"""' ''.V'"'N "" -<<' 17.1 record
season with a league all members of the. Disabled
LOTS OF THINGS have been' section of the Times and see KUTH SIN: ULw.1'ON and a 20-1 season mark.' Their American 'Veteran. and their

going on in the past week, and what Leo has to say. The De'lghtfulettes Civic and lone defeat during loss the to 61 South campaign friends, there will be a sales
many activities are planned for i. GOLF BEING Mentioned: The Social Club of Opa Locka, Mrs. Carolina was State College. party Saturday night, May 20,
weeks. First, the at S p.m. until! Commander and
the coming Ruth
Singleton, president, enjoyed
Par and Birdie Club held its
Capitol Theatre will present a gala evening Thursday FAMU handed the Yellowjack- Mrs. Edward H Hanna Jr., will
tournament at Orange
stage shows starting May 24 ata Brook monthly in last Sunday.A when an appreciative group of ets their first loss of the year be-, the host 14780 Tyler St.
midnight ramble. The first i Hollywood dance fans enjoyed the club's with a c'ose 8-6 victory on the The best. barbecue you can find
A time was had by all, including '
show plus: a picture will be the its six members.' "Hully Gully Barn Dance" at Jackets' home diamond. Allen j anywhere will be sefred. Come
bully guUy show starring Sam the Harlem Gardens night club. was the defending loop champ- and enjoy .i&lit.-.wa the
About 15 of the 36 members are
my Moore and Dave Prather, At Sambo Harrison's swinging band ions, having dropped FAMU in Veteran In. Richmond Height.
lantic Recording artists; Sam planning Rogers to go Park to this Tampa weekend.to playat furnished music for the occasionand two out of three games here last Barbecue will be on alo4t 2

Vanilla Early] and Williams his organ doing and her band fine; Pro Willie Black, has extendedan a delightful time was had. spring. p.m.

invitation to the club. The
dance and Phil Harris as
star. Beat, highlighted with a bathing
There will be a fine guest
The show will start at 11:30: beauty contest and $1,000 in "
motorcade will leave at 12 mid-
p.m. every Thursday night. i
Those of you who never go to night Saturday and will returnby
night clubs and some of our 11 p.m. Sund"v night. Start-
Ing point will be the "club
teenagers can now .see a complete
] stage show. That's the house," and all members and REGISTRATIONFALL
Hully Gully show at the Capitol guests are invited.

next Thursday night.C. i
complaints about the appearanceof I iI
C. NORTH, tho travel bureau
our children at the integrated I
king, has finally done it.
swimming pools. This shouldbe
lIe got the Greyhound and Trail-
checked by mothers and
bus service the
ways serving
fathers when we send our child
entire USA Leon Storr madeA
ren to any public park or swim.
pair of pants for me and he
ming pool, Integrated or not.Let's .
did a beautiful Job. They were
send them looking neat
very reasonable, too. Sure he's
and clean please.
at Wi:Hams' Tailors and Cleaners FOR / "
< on 27th ave. Where else?
nette McNeal and Hazel Wrightand
PRETTY GIRL of The Week: their husbands, Leon and' .
Johnnie Perry (J & J Drugs.) I Bob honored their mother, Mrs. :
Man about town: Robert Annie M. Edwards last Sunday I
Jackson Doctor of the week: for' Mother's Day with a get- ; Redeemer
H. II. Green Pretty Boy of to enter. Among many beautiful Holy
the week: Carlos Clark (Fiesta gifts and friends coming in and I
Club.) going out all day were K L. :
Pharr (who was celebrating his I
CLYDE KILLEN8, tells of the three-score and lo many years '
goings on in the Knight Beat birthday) and Mrs. Portia :

Club this week. Tonight, Friday, Bannister. Mother Edwards hada ,.:,;. ,.,",
Clyde presents Screaming Jay lovely mother's day. School 'I. '
Hawkins as his first big attrac
tion since he took over his LOOKING FOR A JOB? The
Knight Beat That's for Friday United States Employment Ser
Saturday and Sunday. Thenon vice has openings for a car but- I
Sunday afternoon there is !counterman ,
baker couple "
the Jazz Matinee. Tuesday ,is, as for'a hotel," furniture upholstery [ 2331: .71st: STREET
always the popular amateur
man, spotter, radio TV re I
show. Thursday night is ladies pairman, tire vulcanizer and re- ,
night and gift night. Monday is capper and sales people in insurance I, "
fight nl ht. Speaking for Clyde: -cosmetics and insecticidesyou .

When does he sleep? can qualify for any of : -.
these Jobs, go by 12th ave. and GRADES 1 THRU 8

QUICK QUOTES: Chicken and 14th st. and talk with Melvin I II
Skillet on 62nd St. almost hada Jackson. II I I
riot during their two for one
sa e. Local cops had to be call Till weekLive life, : AND
ed to the scene.!! Plans are in the every golden minute of it. I
making! for a June Jamboree to
be he'd at the Sir John Knight

the fight arena and the boxing Melvin Jackson Post 5693
presentations. As you know, there
!is boxing every Monday night. VFW Annual
Boxing !is not my department, KindergartenMay '
that's Leo Ambrister's dept. and
from time to time I mention golf. "Buddy Poppy Day"MAY

But for further information 26.27
about the boxing read the sports



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JL"c. ;i..1_ 'Y .f .M .-...- THE MIAMI TIMES.- MIAMI, FLORIDA i" ,

THIS and 1t 1/ 1 B'Ht \ SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 PAGE '3,' ," -

'. 4; ROCKEFELLER 15th Anniversary ;
THAT ''. .#. ,,- ,e. GIVES MILLIONTO Fund Given %i'
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,, If, I ,;. : : ATLANTA NAACP By Pastor
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,4 .& aa&4A &&a&aA.- ...a&&aaaa. COLLEGESA JAMAICA, N.Y. Dr. Walter j I
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SAY S. Finn, pastor of the Calvary
T M1I Take time Out id time the
community will
grant of $1,000,000 ,to Spel- Baptist Church here, turned over 1
appreciate yolirself to praise presentations Principal
others! iq listen to others ,a fad Jo lPI1INtlDMACKEYspent 4 man Col'ege and three other I his 15th aniveraary Sunday collection "

to listen in td yoiirielf! to nHare' other's fofty: in East Orange members of the Atlanta announced Univer-this May 7 to the NAACP. .
a beneficial recommendation1, id *, NJ frh her sister Mrs.ELIZABETfc sity Center was otter:1
week on the first anniversary of The .special anniversary
lend your support to worthy D. FRI jy. Many the death of the late John D. ing, which normally would go to
causes; to patronize strugglingand courtesies were shown1 Airs. r Rockefeller Jr., Is being made in the pastor on such an occasion,
merltlous enterprises, to Mackey the few hours she was 4 his honor and In recognition of amounted to $1,207.75, covering; tl
throw light .on the paths of thosein in the city. Ids and his father's lifelong In. both memberships and contribu 1
the dark; to subject yourself terest In higher education for tlons. t
to dally review in a diary; to Mrs. MALLIE ROSS, former : Negroes in general and for Negro
ventilate your soul by taking Douglas Elementary schoolmarm! : ..... women in particular Rev. Finn, who. came to Cal-
woodland' walks and communingwith and now a resident of East Orange vary when it had only 71 members
nature) to write Utters sent a keg of "hellos" to Kappas Founders Of the. total grant, Spelman has built his congregationto
fcbhlmending those who have friends back hers When Region College is receiving $750,000 2,000 and has now a beautiful
performed a t Creditable deed; to 2 of the School Lunch Association Day SpeakerThe for the construction of ,a new church edifice free of any mort-
pldy wittt children acid Animals, met at Walker Elemen Fine Arts Building. The facilities gage. The growth has been such
which will keep ytiu earthy dndifllrthy" tary School in !<'t. Lauderdale on Alpha Delta Chapter of will be used for courses In that a new educational building:
May 13, :Mrs. Hattie Shaver, an will be started and
; ; the National Sorority of Phi art, drama and music and will shortly at-
instructor at tilahche Ely Jr. be available to the extent poe tached to the present building.
,PEOPLE. The family and High ScHbol l delivered fid address Delta Kappa presents the Rev. flJble to students enrolled In ail: .
friends of HERMAN DORSETT, which will 16iig l be remem William: Fairfax, :Savoy as Its the college affiliated In the Atlanta Calvary Baptist has given not ;
Howard. University student are bered. Mrs. Shavers is one Of the Founders' Day Speaker on Sunday University Center. The re less than $100 to the NAACP
beaming with pride because he "big whees": in the Southeastern May 21, 1961, at the Car maining 1250,000 is designated each year since Rev. Finn became -
has been selected along with 15 Regional Affairs of Zeta Branch TMOA.. 68th st. and for the joint land acquisition the pastor and in 1959,
Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Coconut ver upon the occasion of the 60th
other students to tour Africa 15th ave. from 4J18 to 5:16: program of Spelman, Morehouse
this summer under the auspicesof Grove was the setting of Clark! and Morris Drown colleges anniversary Of the NAACP the
Operation Crossroads Africa, 'the State Meeting for Eastern p.m. and is payable after the four church gave $1,000 to the Silver
tttc. Mr. Dorsett is a product of Stars last week. From St. Petersburg The Rev. Savoy, pastor of the colleges have raised a total of Jubilee Freedom Fund, making
the schools of Dade County. Ha came Past Grand Matron Grace Presbyterian Church, 6895 $500,000 from .other donors for it an NAACP life member. Rev.
lives with his parents at 3295 MARY CLARK who took time NW 14th ave., received both the this same purpose. Plnn is also a full paid fSOO
NW 43rd Terr. According to out to visit with her daughter undergraduate and graduate degree NAACP Life Member.
Saints,, Afan-Margaret: t Chapter of Miss GRACE SUMMERS, who is from Ohio State Universityand ,
the Episcopal Chtirchwonieri Of the finance of "Ouster" Parks. the bachelor of divinity degree '
the Incarnation, the Tea fie s t Wedding belle should be ringing from the Union TheologicalSeminal' Don't'Mis. TheMAMMOTH EXPERT WATCH AND
Dressed Women are! loud and long for these two )' in New York.
Mesdames Jerry Arlington, Counselor We cordially Invite all of our Andrews' Jewelers
Alice Harrison Carmen Jackson fo the drtihd United Order of friends to be present.Mrs. TRINITY C.M.E. CHURCH 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Iona II. Dukes, basileus
Sybil Johnson, Josephine Ca'enthea was guest Of the All work'
White, Joycelyn Burroughs, Isabelle Owest Club on Tuesday evening 511 N.W. 4th Street I,
Young, Oussle Irvin, Geor at the home .of club member Mrs. 40 Years In Business ,
Lona Simmons. Con OSCAR RANGE Mrs. ALICE PR 3-0162 ':
gia Clark, Sunday May 28 4
gratulations to each of you I I DEAN was awarded aGo 1 d "
The Eureka Club of St. James Certificate of Merit by the it
AME Church honored Mrs. Mary Bethlehem Grand Chapter of t:
Jenkins as the "Oldest Motherof the OES when the Grand Lodge
The Year" and Mrs. QuentinL. convened In Jacksonville In iJ
North (Bonita) as the April. Mrs. Dean is now serving ''pI
"Youngest Mother of The Year." in the capacities of Matron of I(

Corsages were presented both Emerad: Chapter No. 69 and In. gr':
ladles at the morning worship structor of Phi Beta Sigma R

service At the Church of structor to the Grand Chapter ,o u !
the Open Door, Mrs SUMNER for all matrons and patrons in
HUTCHINSON ttortense) was Florida.

the honored mother. All chapters of Phi Beta Sigma

Rev. and Mrs. C. -McDowell are mourning the loss of
their much I their last living founder REV. '
have spent a part of '.
needed vacation in beautiful Ja- LEONARD F. MORSE. He diedat ,
maica. In keeping with the tradition his post, Edward Waters :
of their club THE College, May 16 Egelloc Social If,
SPHINX CLUB made their an and Civic Club missed their \
nual pilgrimage on Sunday and president, JANE D. LEWIS, at {.
enjoyed a ceremonial dinner at their meeting Saturday evening.
Mrs. Lewis was still bedded In
club member BROWN'S home J
In town to witness the Retirement Mt. Sinai Hospital. Hostess Ji
Salutes to CHARLES L. PAULINE SMITH was the gracious '
WILLIAMS are his twin daughters hostess. The next meetingwill
MRS. PHYLLIS HOBBS be held at the home of Mrs. Continental ModelsIn -I ,
and MISS PAULA WILLIAMS.Mrs. JOHN EVE (Christina.) This
will be the final meeting of the /,
Hobbs is a treasury dept.emp'oyee Gala Fashion
engaged in specialized year.
programming for IBM. Miss
Williams, a former physical education Show June 11
teacher in Dade, is now OP SYMPATHY are
employed In the Washington, sent to the families of the late By HERMAN WAI/TON M
D.C. system as physical education Mrs. Olive Portler Mrs. Viola.
consultant to 14 elementary Harris and Mr. Willie Grier. Miss Jessie Smith, popular BICEIAND RICE

Schools MRS. MAYME model and exponent of the latestIn
TARLTON, mother of Mrs. r fashions" who will be featured -
Mayme Williams and MRS. LILLIAN WEDDING ANNVERSAHY in a spectacular fashion re
FOSTER Central College Greetings are extended to Mr. view on Sunday afternoon, Jnne I
faculty member, planed In from and Mrs. George II. Stubbe May 11 at 4 o'clock at the Fiesta HGOOD Ii
Cincinnati for the "Swan Song" 22; Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Ar- Room of the Mary Ellabeth Hotel U I i
occasion line, May 24: Mr. and Mrs. :, 642 NW 2nd ave. Miss
Thomas W. Blue, May 26 Dr. Smith recently returned from I
All week long glo ious tributes
where she
and Mrs. Joseph W. Portler Nassau, Bahamas, pro
have been paid to the BTW be. 27. duced a fashion show which was ...ANY FRUIT, ANY SAUCEINORRDIRNTI
loved principal. On Monday the presented in that city by the :
seventh grades presented him a Nassau School of Cosmetology
ring containing his birthstone BIRTHDAY GREETINGS I I and which was widely acclaimed 9M cvpe eeefc 4 RU l"n4 Rice 1 teeipeen vanilla y
surrounded by diamonds and a Claude Trlpp Joseph Deeon: VIola throughout the community. 1V4 cups milk 1 ,. purse, of $60. Tuesday nlKht 8th O'Brien, Andre Mitchell, May VA cue sass thawed I I
I'desired ;
and ninth graders gave a port 29; Yvonne DeVeaux Sylvester The ,popular Miami Continental Whlppea..M 1
able type writer Everyone is an Thompson, May 21;; Rosa Mat. Models will also be a featureof MBTHODf
ticipating the events of the big theme May 22; Helena J. the show. Adltlonal models Cook RkeUnd Rio and milk over low heat until moat of the '
Friday evening program when Thompson Renita A. Fryar All- both male and female who milk to absorbed but mixture .U still creamy. Stir occasionally
the entire "faculty present 19 son Shaw, Asquith McDonald, will also appear in the review Cover and allow to cool 10 to 16 minute. Stir in au far and I I.anW.a.
Years In retrospect" at which May 23; Mae Foster Floredda are: Misses Mildred Hodges, and CooL Cover and chill in refrigerator before until to ,
Holmes Mrs Sylvia Me- tten'.. Preee into fancy mold. Unmold just by
Susie ,
I dipptof mold in hot water. Serve with atrawberriee. Top with I
Ford and Terrell Prude, a male whipped cream U dealred.
model. Mrs. Gloria Braynon DELICIOUS VARIATIONS: Substitute for strawberries
I Robinson will be narrator for peach slices or chilled fruit cocktail or other fruits with whipped e
STAR MEAT MARKET the event. The public is invited.C cream:: or chocolate or other MUCM. i

Gainey, Irma B. Anderson, PeeReeix8ookL

1520 N.W. 62nd Streets May 24; Nathaniel Rolle May
< 21. New teety w.y to Mrve ifaeWrfceRU p I
U 4KI er.O.
s lea ell, ttvfte r|, A*.

who .wishes to revenge injuriesby 1 "'
o reciprocal hatred will live In RICELAND
misery, But he who endeavors to RICE" t
drive away hatred by means of
:ova, fights with pleasure and veuy II
Fresh Meat-Low Prices confidence. Minds are conquered :
not by arms, but by love and wceit L ;

I noza.magnanimity.-Benedict do Spi .1 i


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4 SATURDAY, MAY'20, 1961 I
By- clears driv>er'a HceniS D&C&'
BROWSIN shin fr&ii an.4 nave your :
The City of Miami will Issue in .your wallet In ONE DAY afc ';
free passes to all inlmstera\ who
want to play golf at the Miami Servlce-F/rsf Jnsi/roncc Agency
I hone OX 1.0421( :
Main Office at.0740 N.W. IBth Avenue- Springs Golf Club. :Ten passes ,
branch fct 11-12 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida' -Phone Fit 32230 will be' Issued and held at the 3497 N.W. '7th Avenue NE 5-6355
- office of the Golf CoUrse. You 16300. N.W. Avenue NA 46612PEOPLES
H. 1C, SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher sign for a pass ahd ,sign, out and 27th
'wjitn you leave. You should telephone Open Saturdays until 3 p.m.
fentered *jTSe.ond Ctass lIatt.e1August 0, 10O7, at the Post Officeat in advahce !q *eherve a
Miami, Florida; under the act of l\areh 8, 1870 pass. Not more. tnafc 10 can play, i Piiial=
at a time. ,
the Florida House has passeda
ONH hAn $4.0-SIX MONTHS $2.75-THREE MONTHS $1.0 bill changing the procedurefor LUNCHEONETTE .
revoking teacher licenses for
W men be good, government cannot be bad-Penn moral offenses. 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 45874Drug

OUR SLUM AREAThe Another bill: approved by the Store BarBQueFeaturing
Senate committee removes
Miami Housing Authority will soon be condemn- House exemptions from Jury duty. {Specializing; In prescriptions, breakfast, lunch
ing property in the Central Negro District to make room Among those new exempt are At- patent medicines and, sundries anj dinner.' Old Hickory Bar
,ministers, mil becue from 5 p.m.
for better housing, according to Director Haley Sofge. lers torneys, teleerapH operators, firemen Open daily Os:150 a.ni. 12 pan., .
"We are thinking in terms of eliminating as much of railroad engineers and Frl., Sat. to 1:80 a.m. Open Fri &Sat. to fit80 a.m

the hard core slum area as we can," said he. state mllltla when on duty Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery

The authority has not yet picked out a specific site million
The four dollars appropriated '
for the 400 to 500 units it hopes to build. for the construction of .
The authority has in mind building two story "row" Dade County's Junior Col'eere: :
families and high rise apartment ha* been cut to $1,427,979 by
houses for large a Com
the Senate Appropriations
house for elderly people. The family units would have mittee. There are' 24 Junior col- Sunlight Beauty SchoolGive

three, four and five bedrooms. 'ell'es In the state seeking $18
000.000 dollars for buildings.The yourself a lifelong profession
City Commisioner Henry .Balaban, who promises Senate Committee has rec
introduce a resolution pledging the city's cooperation, ommended $7,972,384 for these ENROLL NOW
12th and 14th streets and colleges.
recommends the area between
$10 Special Low Down Payment'CALL
for public housing
third and fourth avenues be acquired The NAACP has protested '
by purchase or condemnation. President Kennedy's nomination FR 49998ANNIVERSARY lU3

Thousands of our people will be ,affected by this un of Harold Doyle as United States -:. ..c :.. ,, ; JiIJs:
Attorney for South Dakota. The
dertaking. reason: Dovle has refused to In-
Slum clearance and location are very important,mat "a'tlgate the slaying of a Negro : "" I J ::-t,

ters! and should ibe of interest to the Ministerial ,Associa- 'andowner. SPECIAL!

tion and other organizations in our community .Certainly Congressman Adam C. Powe'l
we should not ignore the opportunity of discussing.,these has Introduced a bill which EASY /METHOD SCHOOL OF 'CHARM--
would amend the Pair Labor
matters with the Housing Authority, jointly or otherwise. Standard Act to bring coverageto
employees of laundries, dry 1540 N.W. 62nd Street
PROPERTY VALUATIONS CUT I cleaning establishments and of I
hotels, motels and restaurants.At Specializing in
County Manager Irving McNayr has ordered a reduction the MUSCLE TONING WEIGHT REDUCTION'Get

of 20 to 25 per cent in taxes across the board. Wednesday Tallahassee passed, a House bill that on two treatments for the price of one
'The manager wanted to postpone reassessment of taxes would prevent liquor dealers
:for two years, and asked the county commission to call a from advertising liquor prices In GET YOUR FREE TREATMENT NOW 0 ,
newspapers, on TV, radio or by
July 18 referendum on amending the Charter to permit handbl'ls, not even In the window Offer Limited
:such postponement. The commission disagreed. The next of business places. This
:step was the order from McNayr to cut taxes. Manager might not become law.

:MeNlayr felt he could( do this without the permission of Superintendent of State 'Schools Phones OX 1-1766 NA 1-0470

the commissioners. There was no objection. Thomas Bailey wants a generaltax ---
Metro will mail notices to each Dade County tax- elimination Increase of, homestead even If It exemp means :- : : : -

payer showing the old and new assessments, and instruc- Lion Without this Increase In Avoid the "stress and strain" of
tions how to appeal. taxes says Bailey, It will be Impossible -

The sum of $15,000vas voted for the'mailing of such a raise for In school teachers expansionand salaries. driving yourselfCOMFORT :

Taxpayers will be pleased with the action of ,the
manager in making a reduction of taxes at this time. Thisis MAT ALIE GRANT I IT'S TO DEPARTURE FARE

especially so with owners of,mall ,homes. Beautician New York 11:80 p.m. fM.3
formerly of Mae's Beauty %Vash'ton ,80.80Btrm'ham
Chest 1: : :: 20.36
is now at Key West 10:43 a.m. 4.2b
integrated group of the .Congress 'of Racial WILSON .BEAUTY .Jack'vUle 4:80 p.m. 8.4.3
Equality travelling by bus was met by a white mob at the SALON Tallahassee :: : 11.60
Birmingham airport, some of them beaten and their 1508 N.W.67th St. Daytona : : : 0.60:

buses bombed. The group went by air to New Orleans. OX 1-2616 -, NE 4-2027 Tampa 3:00: p.JD. 1.10

Dr. Walter Bergman, white former .professor of Specializing in ''tinting. hairstyling .pus tax
Michigan State, a member of CORE, said they ,were trav- scalp treatment\ facials Etra Savings on round trip
elling in the Peep South searching for a degree of com- cold waving
pliance with desegregation as far as interstate travellingis > TO TAKE
Concerned, but found none. MIAMI ATLANTA

Actions by the Alabamans do a little hurt to the 1 '

CORE ,folk, but ,do very much more to the United States UNITEDPERBOCZC! JI THE BUS NON-STOP
that is trying to win the goodwill of African and some .
other nations. What itreally, does is to provide good propaganda INVESTMENT $18.60

for the Russians, and they certainly will use it. Just 10 hours. Deluxe Scenlcroifwr -
r PLANS AND Senrico. Six' daily departures

A FORMER JUDGE IS TRIED offer you investment unitsin

On Tuesday morning former Judge George Jackman multiples of $2,500 with Wide choice ofESCORTED
investments low
as as
appeared in the Criminal Court presided over Jby Judge LEAVETHEDRIVING
Jack A. Falk. On this occasion the judge found himself J $125 Initially ..d TOURSFor

faced by a judge. He was charged with having master- $25 PeriodicallyYou example

minded the $11,720 robbery of the Riverside Laundry on Invest in Washington D.C.
June 19, 1959, and plotting an armored car robbery that United AccumulativeFund Tallahassee. Fla. r.
did pot take place. Shares I American BeachFernandlne

Also answering this charge is Detail Waftta s managed diversified mutual, continuously fund with ( Fla.)

The; principal witnesses in the case are ,Johnny Williams investments in over Bethune BeachDaytona
and Willie convicted of the robberyand ( Beach, Fla.)
Holley, both I 100 American TO US'
now serving time in Raiford prison. Williamb{ was gIv- CorporationsMMttMHMKMMF ? Tour prices will Include transportation
en :a term of 27 years. ain*>BL&iaHZNHC. escort service, hotels,,
For PiA< >* iil end detcnpt:v Ilitr-'
r > ;
The witnesses state that the plans were made ,In .iun>, wiiNm cMimunn. HI, in and i sightseeing, other features.
Jacku;en's office. Attorney for Jackman, Herman Meth- WADDEll. & REED, INC: [ plus taxNORTH'S ",

jfessel, claims" the prisoners have been "pampered" and JOHN D. McIXERNRYHOY : TRAVEL BUREAU
"primed. 11 SOCOHAJ
Williams, in answer to State Prosecutor Block, said GAIJLES, FLA. -
he Was been convicted of three crime's and has been in the *""-.- TICKETS COST NO MORE" !

county jail since being brought here from. Raiford. Ar>\UKES3 'J I] Phone FR 9-8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave..

The'case Is still before the jury. I, ..Ie''o"' '--"t.e*J'l. Authorized Greyhound Ticket Agents

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',<1', Very .quietly and without any 145 TO RECEIVE DEGREES AT BCC ::1

fanfare.:' .Clyde Klllens of the .%_ ;
Knight Ceat Supper Club decided DAYTONA BEACH '- Dr. W. tension Board of Missions of iha
to do something about the A- McMillan, dean-registrar of Methodist Church, Philadelphia*,
I fact that a local bottler of a Bethune-Cookman College announced will deliver the baccalaureate ".
soft drink refused to have a Negro that 145 students will sermon on Sunday, Mary 28 "at
driver on receive degrees at the 67th annual 3 p.m. In the gymnasium. Dr.
their trucks. commencement exercises on 'Harold D. West, president of Me-
I Clyde orderedthe Monday, May 29 at 10: a.m. In harry Medical College, Nashville
I sale of the ".'a. the physical education building will deliver: the commencement '

,I beverage stop .. .. address at 10 a.m., Moore gym
; ped at the club i'I"'\ j'' Dean McMillan states that 66
and substituted ,'.' ".. .. will receive the D. S. degree In Sunday, May 28, senlor-a'umnl
', another'popuar: elementary education; 15 the ,breakfast 9 a.m., Faith Hall.
.' drink of the I i A.D. degree from the division of The trustee-faculty committee
,. humanities; 19 the B. S. degree' announced that two honorary degrees -
:. "" same variety. In '" from the division of science and : will be conferred duringthe
..< \', less than one 46 the B. S. degree. In social commencement exercises -
y i week. after fee-? scleence. one to McGregor Smith, chairman
iit-it.he loss created by this sudden -,. Dr. Dennis F. Fletcher director of the Board of the Florida -
drop, the representative of Special Section Church Ex, Power and Light Co., Miami.
; the bottling firm dropped in to -
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; see Clyde and Introduced him to
the newly-hired Negro driver-
R'Y salesman, with helper the
flrst\ of his race in the city of.
Now that Metro (and we, the Fla. room on corner lot. $350 down. FHA
people) own the bus lines, let's
see about filling some of the terms Total price $11,500 20 others to choose from
drivers' Beats with some of ui
who are qualified.Mammoth .

7: w McNicholas
. I Tea at Realty
Coming to Knight Beat Club .
7927 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 1.7592 PL 4.8853
"SCREAMING JAY" HAWKINS, Besides playing: at the Sands In \ Trinity May 28. ..... -
sensational recording star, who Las Vegas, Hawkins has playedthe I
is the first in a series of big-name Club Esquire In Wlldwood, The New Trinity CMB Church v
attractions, coming Into the Club Harlem in Atlantic City, presents to the. citizenry of
newly enlarged Knight Beat the HI-Hat in Boston and the Greater Miami a Mammoth Tea.
Play House at the Sir John Hotel Uptown Theater in Philadelphia. This program promises to be an ,
His most recent engagement was unusual experience for all who
NW 6th at. and 3rd ave., according
to announcements made at the Apollo Theater in New attend.
by Manager Clyde Kittens this II York on the Jerry Butler show Outstanding artists will; be
;week.. when he appeared with Big May appearing on the program helping,
I belle and Mickey and Sylvia. I to make the afternoon most en
"Screaming Jay" the His releases on Rouletter Records .lovable. Well known talent from &
cen I
ter of controversial storm a short 'Include: "Be My Friends," the Miami area will be .presentedfor ht

;while ago because of his famous and "You're Mine Now." with your entertainment.The Is Invited, Clubs' ;
'recording of "I Got a Spell) on several new .aides still to be released public welcome,
and organizations are
-You" which many radio stations .
banned .from airways on the 'Screaming Jay" opens at the and special seating arrangementscan
be made for your,
grounds that It was too morbid. Knight Beat on Friday, May 26 groups attend the
De to
However, the number establishd and will be there for a limited 'request.Mammoth Tea sure May 28. -II
; Jay among the top sellers engagement only. Plan to be t
and he made the grade to big there at the opening by making N !
time by appearing on the Ed your reservations well In ad Musical TeaThe
Sullivan Show, costarred with vance. This Is the first time that
Jerry Lewis on the Steve Allen Jay Hawkins has appeared In Miami Melzlo Coleman Chapter .
Show, and has made all of the or for that matter, anywhereIn No. 5 of the OES will sponsor a ft a w'w
better clubs from coast to coajst. the State.
musical tea Sunday, May 28 at
.., 3 p.m. at 326 ND 16th terr at
the Eks: Hall Speaker for the
Come and Get a Beautiful Room in a
hour Is Mrs. Louise Riley, various
$500,000 Building in Downtown Miami talents of the city are par
150 Rooms $8.50 a week and up Mrs. Ousjie Nelson, W.M.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I Last MeetingFor ; Miss Margie Stephens,. social

chairman; Mrs. Betty Moss,
lij;; : SecretariesThe
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 ; publicity chairman.Mrs. .

t'j Secretarial Rudy Marks thanked the
Dade County hostesses for the delicious lunch
;;; :.J Is Heaven I Association held its last meetingfor which was served.
PUN PHUN Ij .. "i'.' the school year at Dunbar The outgoing president wished
Segregated? .'. Eementary: School Thursday, for each secretary a pleasant
Br PHIL O88OFER .iJ ) _, May 11 at 4 p.m. There were
and the
summer new president
By MRS LOUELLA BIUJTON ... < representatives from the follow assured them they would be
I had the good fortune of ; ing schools: hearing from her during the
catching "Miami: Condemned," I've heard so much of heaven, Brownsville,. i Dorsey, Dunbar, summer months. ffc'
Farris' documentary on And someday I'd like to go. Goulds, J. R. E. Lee, Northwestern
Wayne But is heaven segregated? North Dade, Booker T.
on WKCT-TV channel 7 Satur This I'd like to know. I Washington, Phyllis Wheatley, Don't Miss TheMAMMOTH .
day evening. As you probably Carver Elementary and High,
know, WCKT was recently I'd like to know Just ". Holmes, TEA
awarded the Peabody Award, the "Cause, Douglas Floral Heights,
where to sit, Rainbow and
.. Mays, Pine Villa,
highest recognition award possible in And whereas my special place ,.... .,...... ... West Homestead, Sunday, May 28, 4 p.m.
field. The earn
this was
ed on the basis of WCKT's docu And where is my special place Election: of officers was held TRINITY C.M.E. CHURCH
mentaries on Communism and According to each race? .. .. and the following persons were
the Cuban situation locally. be elected: 511 N.W. 4th Street
Will all the playgrounds Mrs. Ruth Williams, president
"Miami: Condemned" Is an- separated? ; Mrs. Rudy Marks, vice; r
other explosive documentarywhich The drinking fountains too Mrs. Rutha Adams, correspodlng NEED MONEY
I feel will help WCKT la heaven segregated- ? secretary; Mrs. Florence Hollo-
$25 to $600
win next year's award. It depicted 1- wonder if ft'. true. E. G. way, recording secretary; Mrs.
the story of our slums, pre Dolores Miller, assistant secre- Call PL 8-3653
senting Mayor\ Robert High, When we go In to select our The Silvertone tary; Mrs. Edna Clark, treasurer
slum fighter Eliazbeth Virrlck, robes, vention will open ; Mrs. Margaret Reynolds, IDEAL LOAN
Luther Brooks and others Inter Will the superior race go in sion 8 p.m. May 25
28 chaplain Mrs. Cherrye M. Boyer, 6105 N.W. ''7th Are.
ested In the slums. It also showed first? through May program chairman; Mrs. Thel-
how Philadelphia is meetingthe And get to select the very 'best, Baptist Church,
challenge, contrasting Mi And the others get the worst and Charles
ami's lack of action in this field.I Grove, Rev. J. W.
And when we all get our crowns, tor.
gathered from "Miami: I wonder if some will be last, s
Condemned" that our slum prob- Will some get crowns of purest A 100 voice
lems can be solved through Ur. gold? trained for the
ban Renewal (federal aid pro And..others just brass? lighting all the
gram) through a dramatic Saturday when
awakening: of the apathetic pub When we all enter the heavenlydoor will be the main .7'.IIi7'I w, -Ey d
lic, and the education of all con a.m. The Midget
cerned, including those who lire Will we then be separated? : Richmond Heights
in these areas. I wonder it the rich will be bet- guest chorus with
Juniors. Saturday
ter than the poor.
Those who objected to Urban special program of
0, I wonder If heaven is segregated -
Renewal (David Edridge: and Eo ? while Benny
C'aughton" both strong segregationists the annual quiz

and State's RIghters) When we ,go(In to sup with brings lots of
gave the lame excuse that federal ChristI trons. You can't ,

aid means federal control, a wonder if It.'. ,a ,fact. when again the Big 4_ c
bogey feared by class-conscious That all the;so-called inferior accompany the f ,-
people Claughten, whose father race, for the annual ( 'ia ,
refused service to Negroes at a, ,
Will receive tables .in the back? I Dinner will be
po'itical rally in his Urmey Hotel !

decried federal confiscationof Or will 'weal! go in',-and IBUP, p.m.Sunday 3 p.m. 4' '
private property. Certainly, he As ,at one 'big( .family >Ua? 100 voice chorus
knows this is but a last resort'' Is there segregation tin heaven, the best of the od: f A,.. Ny9
measure to disposses those who Or will we tall together? the
seek profit through the maintenance new. :.:a,

of the degratlon of their'' We say that we.ere Chrisllans, Welcome program

fellowmen And we know He spoke of principle. What' right, King and Queen
kind of principle is that which, Dut the wey "we. push for segre Junior Dept., : t I
enables one to benefit from the gation. Annie J. Armstead. :
misery of others? Is ,not aprettylght.
Progressive. Chapter .No. 20, Garreth, Mrs. Mary B. Marshalland
He was against federal inter.vention ., We feel that If 'the' skin Is dark Order of Eastern Star has held Mrs. Corlne Thomas. The
in private enterprise.. And ''the speech Isn't very clear, ALL its. annual. "Miss. Progressive 1961 queen was crowned by Mrs.
Well, in this case private enterprise That ''he should never-come up Contest.". The. contest was a Corlne Thomas, the queen of
has .failed. When. business front;, grand success with Sister Mary 1960.
falls the creditors take ov Du) always remain the 'rear. Belle Marshall:! being crowned.. The Worthy Matron and Wor-
J1 er. The federal government rep For everyone. We .Mrs. Marshall served as chair. thy Patron take this method of
resenting ail' 1 the people, is the Now when the -saints go marching assigned risks, man of Miss Progressive for nine thanking all the members and
creditor in this In tanee. in, payment. years. This year she was one of friends for making this contesta
Will there then two Atman: Insurance the contestants winning the hon success.
dines the? '
As for arousing the ,public Will we still beBeparatad NW 3rd St., FR or of "Miss Progressive." Deputy Vio'a Hill, W. M.
from its apthy in civic affairs, Reading from
left to right: Bro.
Or go in as ''one big family.. George Hasser, W. P.
emphasis should be placed on Mrs. Viola Johnson, Mrs. Adell Mrs. Leola Thomson, Sec'y
the value of
slums propaganda to the Communists. our We I hope that when ,the.erenlngcomes __.,,._,....n.."........" .......-'t'n'\. ..'... .m.. uaa; u.-. j." ..7'-'W4.J.\.I.L>_ "7'o.7', >._ __,____ IF .-...
illL'Ulf: ln l.WL1I1lWlIUlIIUUf1'' ..
must be reminded, loud and of- )
That we will
not be
en, that those responsible for separated.
+) he perpetuation of slums are And That heaven we ,can Is all,not,inas.one segregated., a The Opportunity You've Waited For
giving no little aid and comfortto
the enemy. They must be ex Is I
S Yours-In
posed, and all profits from such Beautiful ;
i enterprise should be taxed out of 8
existence. MIAMI TIMES ADS

Those concerned must 'be edu DON'T COST THEY PAY R I IJ
cated, especially those living in
the sums.: This would not be a DREAMLAND
matter of such urgency, had
these been given their rights un-
der the Constitution. Our sins are 3 Brand New Homes
catching up with us, and we are
now paying for our prejudices a4
and the immature thinking of 1260 N.W. 55th St.
the past. We have substituted 1437 N.W. 56th St.
politics for human relations. 839 NW. 56th St. J ESTATESAcres
This, I be'ieve, Is the crux of the (
whole matter. OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M.

Urban not Renewal ellmnate and slums.educationwill While 3-Bedroom, 2 Baths 3t I In INVEST NOW IN THE d

) greatly needed, the first
step >{
must come from the awakening Split levels, garages i 4 BEST
y to our responsibilities toward our ; .
fe'lowmen. This, I feel, can come Florida rooms
only through a spiritual awaken B Dade County

ing, a realization that we are Harmer, Inc. MO 5.3592Richmond MAKE YOUR DREAM
truly one family, and that what
hurts all.Let's 4ft M MHI On Old A REALITY
practice what we preach I l Ingraham Hwy.
Only then will we have slum-lezs Heights

cities. Only then will delinquencyand OPEN.SUN. 2 to 6 P.M. Inl THIS LAND CAN BE YOURS FOR AS LITTLE AS:
crime lessen, and perhaps
vanish from the face of the earth. Corner Coral Reef Drive

and I hope again WCKT, this will excellent: rerun,exposeon again And Fillmore St. n 11silo Down $10 Per Month

the misery and exploitationin }
the "magic" city. This will l For Complete Detail and Information
impress on our minds the importance MONTHLY 3 Exclusive BrokerS
Visit our Office Daily-See Our
of rising up, with the helpof PAYMENT (

God, to eliminate the cancer- I ;:nl t Hutcheson Jr., Third Avenue Realty FR 4-1664
ous slums of Miami. Tremendous corner lot

I 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage ,g3t3 742 N.W. Third Avenue

Built-in Oven and Range y nUDItIVE( SOUTH ON U.S. 1{ turn right at sign showing entrance to Everglade National -
Melvin Jackson Post 5693
0/ !U Park (at Florida City) ; turn left at Royal Palm area sign (tint road after

VFW Annual A split level beauty !n entrance to Everglades National Park) ; turn right at road to Camp Everglades

""Buddy, Poppy Day" Ora D. Taylor CE 5-4246 a t (first road) ; continue 0% miles to Dreamland Estates sign."

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1 'tit AtJYik'I'O1tfl11 Sweetheart' Contest REGISTER FOR THE MIAMI TIMES -, MIAMI, FLORIDA


.... EARLYFour
weeks from novr happyyoungsters ."... .. .1T.. .
will be enrolled In ,. .' .. .1't' ,. IJ S
The final curtain of CharlesL. ".... ,' .,'" .'" '. '....'. ,
the thrilling YMCA Day Camp ... ,- f., Ii .. ,"
Williams Week will rise at 12. ., It' I .., ,. ..1kif )- ':"" ,,.,.. .
'Program, begins June, I
Booker 8 p.m. Friday T. Washington May 19 High in the Campers should register early in 1 ?, '\ :,< T

School auditorium. The faculty, order to be assured a space in
4 4cY .5
alumni, PTA, Daddie Club anda the program. It is not too earlyto ,
host of attestors representing. enroll In "A Camp for Whole-
the church, professional, civic, Rome Friendship" at the YMCA. I er
fraternal and social organizations The program Includes crafts, devotions .Sr a A
will pay homage to a man swimming:, music and 1a
whose 19 years of dedicated service Jl:'meso Lunch is served dallv.
to public education come to : The camp program is ideal andis
provided for working parents F
an end this school term.
who desire to keep their young
"Our Most Unforgettable Per sters busy dn wholesome recrea-
son" is the theme for the even tion during leisure hours In the

ing. Tokens of appreciation and summer. SS
words of praise will be given.A MAGIC CAMPING AT
fitting preview of what is LAKE PLACID % S

to come Friday was given, May ...Registration; Is now., open for
14, when the school concert Residence Camping at Lake P'a r
band presented a musical saluteto 'c 5Ac eld,' this summer. At the YMCA \
Mr. Williams. Special alumni v Lake Placid site camp Is the 1
guest 'artists appearing' on the natural answer to that call of
program were: Fletcher Paschal the outdoors which echoes :
who played a saxaphone solo, During the past Grand Lodge strongly to us down the years
"Londonderry Air," one of Mr.W11Uams' meeting for the Order of Eastern out of our ancestral past. Campis -.-..... _.... ......-... --- ..i....: ,...:SS _. ; .l. _':'--IR___:
Star held in Jacksonville, adventure comradeship, democracy -
favorites Arthur ,
; and Nathaniel Barber and
Mr. Mrs. Boyer College will serve his
King the dramatic "Invlc.tn" the Miami Council Matrons is the spirit of YMCA
sang were married at Mt. Zion Baptist apprenticeship under O. E.
and Patrons won second prize. camping whether at Owaissa
and Christian
Betty sang, of the Magic City Barber Shop.
"I'll walk With God." I beautiful Miss Bauer, Carver Branch or Lake Church on last Saturdaywith
The Marilyn
Scott not exemplified hard Placid where boys eat, sleep, the Rev. E. T. Graham of- Of particular Interest is the
Special guest to enjoy the occasion only hike and play together. Here,
work but shocked the audience flclatlng. Mr. and Mrs. William fact that until 18 months ago
with Mr. Williams were with her oration. "The Star the boys learn cooperative living, Stebbins Jr., sister and brother Mr. Boyer had been confined to
Mrs. Myrtle Davis, Mrs. Mae The Cross And The Cloud." teamwork and team play. Camp in.law of the bride were the at a whee'chair for 8 years as a
Foster of Central College in Marilyn ,Ls the daughter of Mrs. opens up the endless marvels and tendants. A small reception was he.plesa; cripple., His recovery so
Ohio and Mrs. Mayme Tarletonof Lillian Scott, of 1376 NW 71st beauties of the outdoors, de. held following: the ceremony at far has been supervised by Nurse
Cincinnati, mother of Mrs. pending on the boy's appreciation the gym of Sue's Health and Reducing Susan Harris, physiotherapist.
Charles L. Williams St.Thanks of nature as the handiworkof center
Sererith grade students to all the matrons and the Almighty. The smell of HCKNH AT WKDDING
their memorabe: versionof presented patrons of Dade County for your wood smoke, the glisten of dew The groom, a native of Sparta, Front row: Mrs. William Stem\
'Mr. Wonderful" to pay tribute oyal support. We look forwardto in the early morning sunlight, Ga., Is the son of Mrs Rosa bins Jr, Irma Bodle and Mable
to Mr. Williams, May 15. Marilyn's performance at In the fellowship around a glowing Simon of Miami. Mrs. Boyer is Wilson.
The students gave as a token of ternatlonal.I council fire this Is Just part the former Rosa Lee Wilson, Seated: Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
their appreciation a beautifully of the formula which contributesto daughter of Mr. and Mrs George lei Boyer and Lewis Blount
designed birthstone ring. the magic of camping.For Wilson. of Lakeland. She is a Standing: Mrs Gertrude Bar
I MIAMI TIMES ADS additional information re graduate of Rochelle High num William Stebbins Jr., Mr.
RIghth grade students follow. garding camping, call or visit School Mr. Boyer attended B. T. and Mrs Killings, Blanche Cat
ed 'May 16 with "Sincerely", a'' DON'T COST THEY PAY the Carver Branch YMCA, 6770 Washington High School is a oway, Lorenzo Smith and Mrs.
program dedicated to Mr. Williams I NW 16th ave., OX 60231. recent graduate of the Miami Rosa Simon
in song. The junior high
chorus was featured, A portable
typewriter with travel case enclosure -
was presented.
Classes, curricula club and
service organizations enacted / I
the '"gr.at decision, May 17. .S
Officers and members donned
their favorite uniforms and in S m m a
the midst of pagentry, temperedwIth
deep emotion, presented
their tokens of appreciation to aM
one who piloted: extra-class activity -
to fruitful harvest. Gifts
from these groups ran the gam
Thetnew' WMBM facilities were
utilized'Thursday May 18 for the I
tribute previously taperecordedby
students and teachers. for
community listeners. A similar 5-

program was presented via public dk 1 :
address 'system in the school. .f(


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..-- ::f Daughter Elks 500 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA \

Tea Successful SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 PAGE
Richmond Heights Flashes ; I
Mrs. Pinkie -I:owe, chairman \ *sV:: trs; :.:.sr;*v:>*v:f v.'
of the Daughter Elks 600 Tea is
By ORA D. TAYLOR all: in smiles! over. the numericaland ,

flnancjal success. of the occa
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The Women's. Club of the mud and spend a few days and I guests began to arrive in the 'I ayy !
Heights is inviting you to an then to his home In Port-au- ; the Fiesta room of' the Mary..
installation of officers coffee sip Spain. Elizabeth Hotel. .
Sunday morning at 8:30 at Tots Miss Christine Suttort of St .. a..WIftdM&a
Town Nursery. The following officers HOUQUKT OF TIlE WEEK Luke Baptist Church thrilled her
will be Installed: Mrs. The Bouquet of the Week goes audience, as she sangf the invocation "'-, : OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.FRIDAY .
Miriam Pratt president; Mrs. to the Women's Club honoringits "The Lord's Prayer.
Helen Steward, vice; Mrs. Core services and installation of Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robinson
tha Paschal 2nd vice; Mrs. Jean new officers.This delivered the address. She was ..
Young, secretary: Mrs. Anna charming and gracious and paida TUESDAY
was organized THROUGH
'' Thelma tribute to the mothers of to
Dean, assistant; Aranha, with Mrs. Charles Gray as

Alice corresponding) Taylor, secretary treasurer.; Time Mrs the first president. Some of the day.Mrs., ;Adams of St. John Baptist '
l lFO
charter members are yet work JEuSlt
'BuRllKIstEI. tt
Church sang. Then came the :
8:30: Sunday a.m., May 21. ing with the group, which has beautiful fashions worn by the

It is with regret that we announce things made rapid strides.accomplished Many under fine Daughter Elks of Greater Miami 8111OU''t Lw1 'lava t t*
were Temple. ADULTS OILY
the death of one of
the, past presidents including Under 18 ,spa
Richmond Heights' first citizens Mrs. Byrd who is yet highly = +
-Mr. Eustace T. Grant.. He lived spoken ,of for her broad under- North's Bureau _
with his family at 14720 PierceSt. landing.
He is survived by his'' wife, The president leader, Mrs. Appointed Trailway, Shown at 10:40 Only

Ethel, daughter, Rosa Lee, son. Marian Pratt, is progressive and Greyhound Ticket PLUS
Earl. : | efficient and a Christian leader.
Services will be conducted at They are purchasing land for a AgentsThe
2 p.m. on Saturday at Martin cub: house for their meetings, .- 1

Memorial church. sponsoring community needs, management of North's : ::1THE.: Aba g k\; 11&
and recently led a most needed Travel Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd ";7
Leslie Taylor the brother of cleanup campaign to make ours Ave., is announcing the news of JACK LEfiSMOMSHIKLEY
Rev. W. E. Taylor, left last "not better, 'but the best" com the appointment by Greyhoundand ,
Thursday by Eastern Airlines jet munity in Dade County. Trailway Bus Lines, as their Mac LAlrJ
p'ane for New York City aftera official and authorized ticket MecMUKltAYMitMto .
most peasant: visit with the We commend them for their agents. FRED I
Taylors in their home, 14601 civic educational and spiritual According to Charles North, .. THW wn.*"'*.".
Lincoln Blvd He will fly to Ber growth for Richmond Heights. manager of the NTB agency, the -- '" --
I Shown at 8:30 only
same policy of no added costs
for purchasers of airline and
steamship tickets will apply to
purchasers of tickets for bus "EYES IN OUTER SPACE"Shown

transportation.All .
y tickets cost the same: as if at 7:30 Only
they were purchased at the ter
j A MY minal offices.
For the convenience of 'b u s "BLUE MEN OF MOROCCO"
travelers this agency will not
only sell tickets but will assistin (Shown at 7:55 Only
routing bus passengers at the .1// ( ,
best times buses suitable 111'ff
on most V.
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to their destinations.
Clubs, fraternities, church and '. iAw.I'; ,: : '.
other groups are especially In.
? I I illiaOIITI'l a*"*" T / S STARTS
vited to consult with North'sAgency
on arrangements for
charter bus trips throughout When you looked at Rachel Cado the last
Florida and all expense bus toursto thing you thought of was a missionary-and yot
historic and other places of she was-until ono man's arms turned her
Interest in the United States,
Canada and Mexico. life Inside,out.. I HOW COULD
'Hully Gully BallThe ;, RACHELCADE?

Royaltons Club will give
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Society Thursday, May 25, 10
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Special reservation, call Cafe ;
Society, FR 1.2063.MAMMOTH.

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Saturday, May 13 was a big I 31 rl Scout Camporee at Homestead I
day for the Girl Scouts of the Air Force Base; visited HERNANDEZ, WOODY STRODE
Sunny Pine neighborhood in the itorytand, the ;Junior Museum,
Fairchild Tropical Garden and Operation Clean up
Hibiscus District. An outing at AND ERROL JOHN
Camp Choee Howlette was the Dayfront Park Collection of rubbish and refuse -
culminating neighborhood activIty They had given service such
for 72 Girl Scouts and their is making valentines and cupcakes in front of premises, PLUS
leaders who hiked, biked and for two kindergartens, giving
motored to camp for a day of a program and singing cleaning of walkways, gutters
fun and good fellowship. Christmas Carols at the Kendall
and side walks in
Games, singing, self portraitsand Old Folks Home, and singing I
a fire building demonstration carols in the community on front of premises. ::; 1 [
were some of the activities 'hrJjstmas' Eve. DUTCH
of the day. The girls of this neighborhood r', SCHULTZ "
forward to Day
all looking
At "Scouts Own" we reviewed are u
some of the activities of the Camp at Choee Howlete in July '" STORYI( 'y
troops in the Sunny Pine neighborhood ind are planning for a busy STREET ,
during 1960-61 Olrl: Scout year In 196162. AIL
We found that some of our Aureola Wallace I is neighbor- M 1
girls had gone backyard campIng hood chairman, Alma J, Craw- TOLD
attended the Dade County orrt, district chairman. FORTHE '






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pAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 IN-AROUND THE BAHAMAS Fire comp'etely destroyed y the
I home of Mrs. Evelyn Pol tier

......!...::ItItI1IQ:::: =t\=== t\S= tIc:. t.P: Stuart at Arthur's Town, Cat
If MT. TABOR TO Island, Sunday, May 7. The
-- Bishop W. V. Eneas, 78, Senior The Young Republican Organization Ore started sometime after: 7
Broward Bishop of the Church of God of Hartford, Conn., recently p.m. Mrs. Stuart is about, 71. '
PRESENT L. Higgins -
4 died at his home on Meadows elected
Street May 1 at 3:45: a.m. His aa corresponding secretary. The Rev. ,Gilbert Arthur
County FASHION SHOWOn survivors are his wife, two sons, Mrs. Higgins lived formerly in Thompson has returned from
Dr. Cleveland Eneas and William Nassau and is employed by an Codrington College where he

NewsBy \ May 28, at 3 p.m. in the Eneas; three daughters, Mrs. insurance company.in the Evening She is Divi-alsoa graduated as a student In theol-
auditorium of Northwestern Mt. Eugenia Adderley, Mrs. Mae student ogy. He was a public school
A Tabor is again presenting the Theophilus and Mrs. Nellie sion of Hartford University. teacher and clerk in the treasury
piece de resistance of the sea Knowles; two brothers, Joseph department before he went
Walter Dowe ion's entertainment a sparking and Elsworth, 10 grandchildren, The m.v. Gravel Gertie, ownedby abroad, and was a student at St.
Fashion Fair Exciting models seven great-grand children. Cecil Hepburn, was wrecked John's College. Deacon Thompson -
of Commerce Jf exquisite proportions wlM l feature off Mangrove Cay, Andros, onApril Is at St. Barnabas Parish.
built and -
The Bishop Eneas pastored
22 fashions fit for a queen 30. Tubell Johnson, the
will meet Monday night the Church of God Cathedralon :
of Commerce the latest styles from Lory's : engineer was injured. The ves- The Sixth Annual Cat Island
in the Chamber East Street. He was a mem
Fashion Shop I The very latestIn fee leak before '-leaving
members are asked sprang a Regatta whl: be conducted May
building. All ber of the Public Board of
i I hair styling plus a samplingof port for Nassau and the leak 22 at Knowles, Cat Island. H.
to be present. Works, a director of the Com .
what the correctly attired worsened. They tried to get back G. Christie and "Godfrey Kelly,
Industrial Life Insur-
Cash Williams male should wear will also havea munity to land when the boat struck a Representatives for the island In
Mrs. Beatrice ance, and was on the discharged
in the show. out of the en-
brother Buster Merlin prominent place and bar. Coming 'he House of Assembly are the
and her prisoners aid committee.A
left for the Bahamas April We invite the general public gine room, Johnson was knocked I sponsors. The Governor will be
Cash time with their to further help us in our Building against the water pump and present to present the trophiesand
27 to spend some sharing withus seven-room house owned by the
friends. Fund Drive by his arm was badly cut by other awards.Participation .
relatives and this afternoon of exciting en Edwin Watkins in Masons Addition fly wheel. He was taken to Nassau in the races will
tertainment. There will be refreshments was destroyed by fire April for treatment. The boat was be limited solely to residents of
The Ladies Auxiliary will meet for all. 29. The cause of the fire has not not insured and is a total loss. Cat Island who will test their
May 24 at the Chamber of Com- Ticket donations will be $1.60 been determined. The blaze was sailing skill. It is expected that
merce Building. The the VFW Post for adults and 50 cents for child put out before it could spread. Funeral services for Bishop about 60 crafts will take partIn
works along Broward. ren. Tickets can be secured at I Eneas on May 6 were attendedby the affair.
No. 8195 in South the following locations: North Edmond Moxey,19,best catcher people from all walks of life, -t
Travel Bureau 1104 NW 3rd in the Bahamas Baseball As- Every seat in the spacious Rev A Pratt, B.A.,
Maurice C. Mlnnls of 410 NW 9th at, Hallandale has attendedthe 6750 NW 16th ave. M27 American professional baseball stood on the outside. Ministers sau for the first time in 16 years.
\ wedding of his niece, MissE. minor league 'by the San Francisco Horn all churches, including two He is guest of Holland G. Smith,
Gibson to Mr. Joe Blyden at Giants. In Nassau he played Catholic priests, were in attendance a 'boyhood classmate. He is the
Bethel Church in Nassau. Mr. Leslie Taylor Visits with the Western Senior ; also members of the Leg- brother of Hexon Pratt, Commis-
Minnie also gave away the bride.'l"hA High School Cyclines and later islature and Executive Councils sioner at Mayaguana.
wedding ceremony was officiated .e: ;"r:; M t.:.t'v with the INeedALaundry teamin and he House of Assembly, Major -
--by- Rev. H. W. ):c "! the semipro Bahamas Baseball General Sir Rlbert Neville, a

He was accompanied by Drown'l r, '11, ;; Association league. former governor of the Bahamas Melvin Jackson Post 5693
Stafford who is owned Was on a visit and nald tributeto
ford's Nursery on Moffet St., In Daniel Wil&on's alibi In court the fine qualities of the de VFW Annual
Hallandale.The I on April 28 did not have any ceased.
reception was held at the <4K b 9i weight with the Judge. "Man, "Buddy Poppy Day"

Rhine-Hart Hotel on Blue Hill : ,; she"beat me so bad I couldn't Bernard Cooper, second son of MAY 26.27
Road. He reported that they hada U "I see he testified against his the Rev. Canon and Mrs. Col-

swell time. : G '. 'A' wife, who flatly denied. Wit. lingwood Cooper, graduated from ..
o nesses agreed with her. Wilson 'I""II" '#" I" '#
;,: I Codrington College, Barbados,
The pastor, officers and members :"' 1: was charged with using obscene recently. He plans to continuehis Meet Your Friends at
of Central Baptist Church .\: language to his wife. He wad studies for the Anglican
wish to thank the North Dade 9' $14. priesthood.
chorus and Charles Jones for z" 'e'Leslie i LITTLE CAL'S

their Sunday beautiful rendered program In behalf on last ofWoman's ,., Wallace Mr. and left Mrs.Nassau James on Alexander April 27 Daniel Deleveaux, 29, of GIbbs 2955 N. W. 54th St.
after Corner, was run down and killed
who their
Day Thanks to all wedding at St. Bar
nabas Church, for an all.ex- in an auto accident on May e
came.Rev, E. J. Clark, pastor pense-paid week's honeymoon 7. An abandoned car that was
ai Cold Beer and Wine
j the Sir John Hotel badly damaged was found in
Mra Winifred Cooper, Miami. The
bride Chlpplngham. Police investi
was the
sponsor o former :
< Althea Hot Sandwiches
Inez Smith. gating.
She won the trip in
There will be a Tom Thumb ly. Chldren Raffle recent Deleveaux is survived 'by his HAROLD YOUNGBLOOD, Prop.

Wedding entitled: "The Angels wife, Olive, his mother, three ,......,," ." ,,',," ," ,
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And The Imps" at 6:30: p.m. Sun -n-w L u - -- -------------
1 day, May 21 at Central Mission Taylor of Port-au- ;,
'' aryBaptist Church, 6000 S.W. Prince, Trinidad, BWI, arrivedat
20th st., West Hollywood, spon- Miami International Airport ) For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call '
sored by senior usher board, directed May 5 to visit his brother and
J by Mrs. Martha Robinsonof family, Rev. W. E. Taylor of
Hallandale. Come out and en Richmond Heights. Mr. Tayloris '
joy yourselves.Sis. an ace aircraft mechanic for BONDED' l "H--- :
A. Hepburn; president, BWI Airways for 12 years. During
Rev. E.: J. Clark, pastor. that time he has been rush
ed to make repairs on planes distressed
The South Broward VFW Post or needing expert ser
will:! meet Tuesday night, May vices. His company has awarded f V
23 at 8:30: p.m. All membersare him a clean sheet record for COLLECTION
asked to be present. his efficient cervices over the

The Star Light Commandery years. _
No. 38 will meet Sunday, May Mr. Taylor is much impressedwith
21 at the Masonic Temple at 3 Miami and Richmond
' p.m. All: members are asked to Heights as an ideal place to live. AGENCY Inc. 'i
be present. He has been royally entertainedboth ,
here and in West Palm ,
Beach where his brother is pastor
at Hurst Chapel AME
Don't Miss TheMAMMOTH Church where he worshipped
The largest collection and rental .
: Sunday morning. lie leaves I :
TEA Thursday via Eastern Air Lines
jet plane for New York City ( agency in the South; operating in _

Sunday, May 28, 4 p.m. here he will spend a few days .' _
with relatives and friends see Dade and Broward Counties'
Ing the "Big City. The Taylorsnad _

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10250 S.W. 176th 61.Perrine Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor I SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 I'AGE"11w
N ST. JAMES SUN. Fla. Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter

Next Sunday night at 7:30, Sunday School....................... 9:30:
Sunday at 3:30 p.m. the A. J., there will be a singing contest YPE Band 6:30: WOMEN'S DAY AT JESCA's Senior

Reddick Board of St. James AME between the choirs of Spiritual Morning Service .................... 11:00
Church will observe its fifth: Baptist Church in Perrine and 6TU . . . . 6:30:

anniversary, at which time Rev., New Bethel Baptist Church in Evening!: Services .................... 7:30 MT. OLIVETTEThe Citizens Observe

A. J. Reddick, pastor of Bethel Liberty City. The contest will be UTU ..................._................... 6:30
AME Church, Tallahassee, and held at New Bethel Baptist The pastor, officers and memo women of Mt. Olivette Mother's
former pastor of St. James will Church; 68th Terr near 17th ave. bers will render services at the Baptist Church, 1450 NW 1st ct. DayThe

deliver the anniversary sermon. Appearing on the program will Grace Presbyterian Church on are celebrating their 11th an-
May 24 1469 nual Woman's Day. Golden Age Club of the
be Deacon Ezekiel Miller Eugene Wednesday night, ,
__. L ......'...... IM __ James E. Scott Community Association
Williams, Mrs. Hazel Levon will NW 14th ave.
Mother'sDay ,
will observe
preside. Continue in for the '
You are Invited to come out sick. To all of our visitors and Sunday May 21 at 4 p.m. in
i \ and enjoy a lovely evening. friends you are always welcomein the, Liberty Square auditorium.This .
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our services. : :: ;j program will be a crowning

ST. PAUL A. M. E. '; ; ;' event for golden agera who
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. ,' will be crowned as our queen of
Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor \ :'h hearts. They have captured the

Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter J. W. Stepherson, pastorM. ':: hearts of their families, friends

Sunday School . . 9:30 T., Copeland, reporter ,,I and the entire community.The .

Morning Worship . 11:00: Sunday School............... .... 9:45BTU

Evening Worship . . 7:00: ............................................ 5:30 candidates will be: Mm
With choir No. 1 furnishingthe Morning Service ........ ........ 11:00: Mary E. Williams, club president '-
music for Mother' Day and Choir No. 2 will celebrate its Mrs. Helena: Slfontes. Mrs.

with an inspiring message from anniversary on May 28 at 3 ,p.m. Lorinda Albury, Mrs. Marion
Nalleal, Mr Ella Lampkln,
our pastor, our morning service Well wishers and friends are Invited -
Mrs. Elizabeth Houston and Mrs.Janie .
was at its best.
to help make this anniversary -
Our program Sunday night ; Henderson, Mrs Christine
a success.
was graced with the presence of ... Garwin, Mrs. Emma Wilson.All .
Our sick and shut-ins are Sis. '
are lovely and queenly in
Mrs. Miller of Hialeah, who ; : j'
Sis. .ft
Marlah Washington
their own rights.A .
brought us a lovely address re for :<;,; ..W'h.
Mae Bell Littles. Let us pray .
minding all women of their roleas
mothers. and visit them. program will be a tribute

Presentations were made to i .1"t. to these, our lovely queen.
our oldest and youngest mothersby ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. .. Special music will be rendered
'1 .
by Mt. Zion teenage chorus un4er
I Mrs. Braynon Mother ,
: Simp P. W. Williams pastor .
....' '
the direction of Mrs. Sua'eHolmes
son, oldest and Mrs. Wllhelmen "'I
._ 'LI _.
Rev. Reddick is well known Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter -- -- ---- ---- and Mrs. Christine Lewis. .
in that city and throughout .he I la, Robinson the youngest. Sunday School . . 9:30: The speaker for the morning .

state, and during his May here Mrs. V. Young is 111 at Mt. Morning Worship . 11:00 service will be Mrs. B. P. Walt The public is invited to attend

as pastor of St. James was act Sinai Hospital. BTU . . . . 5:30 dron of West Palm Beach Mrs. this program and to a social r"

tlvely engaged in the religious Evening Worship .'. . 7:00 Waldron is curriculum chair treat in the Senior Citizens' Clubroom
and civic welfare of the commun GRACE PRESBYTERIAN The No. one usher board Invites man of schools for the coastal after the crowning.

ity.An 6895 N.W. 14th Are. you to the annual program area, a member of the Florida JESCA, aa you know, is the
22 at 8 An ,interesting
Monday, May p.m.
invitation is! extended to Council on Elementary Educa
W. F. Savoy, pastor will be James E. Scott Community As'
our many friends and the public. Sunday School .:80 program Travellerswill pre. tion.Mrs. sonatlon, a United Fund Agency.
at large to be present Sunday Morning Service 11:00 sented. The Weary Waldron has served as The Senior Citizens program It.
afternoon, to hear the be our special guests. All speaker In the Miamiarea
messagehe Evening' Service . . 7:00 ushers are asked to cooperate.Mrs. quest sponsored by the Miami Hou
will bring.At several times.
Wed. Night Study . 8:15 Arthur L. Collins Is pro Ing Authority in Liberty Square
the 11 a.m. service our past:| Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m chairman. Mrs. Eleanor Stubbs, chair. under the management of Eu,
tor will deliver the message and A delightful evening was gram man of Woman's Day would like gene Kemp.
gospel and spiritual music will; 'pent at Grace last Sunday. The Sunday, May 28 is Usher Day. to extend a cordial invitation to Mrs. Mary Wiliams is club

be rendered by choir No. 2 Atl, musical program was enjoyable, Special sermon to ushers by the everyone in our community to president and Mamie M. Gill)

the evening worship choir No. 1 and the Baby Contest (brought pastor. All members are askedto come out and witness our elaborate program director.
will render the music. ,be present.
forth many smiles.: Cheers to the program supported by the
Sunday May 21 at 3 the
women of her committee.
women of the church for their
Deaconess Board is sponsoring a
BAHA'I FAITHMrs. splendid endeavors and thanks baby contest at the church. The BAPTISTRev. Don't Mi s TheMAMMOTH
: to all who made the program a MT. CALVARY
Alice Evans, teacher at, : ,u ces.s. public is invited. Mrs. Annie L.
Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Our Women's Day will be on Armstrong Is president. E. M. Thomas, pastor TEA

School:, will conduct the third of, May 28. Mrs. Thelma Harris Phyllis Myers, reporter Sunday May 28 4
School . 9:30
a series of discussion on Pray.er president of the Avon Club will NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Sunday :
8 p.m. Sunday May 21, at the be the speaker at the morning, Morning Service . . 11:00 TRINITY C.M.E. CHURCH
Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th ave. service. Mrs. Susie Daniel and 1671 N. W. 68th Terrace Evening Service . . 7:00:
The theme for this session will Mrs. Willard Thompson Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Sunday morning everyone en 511 N.W. 4th Street

be "A Formula For The Dynamics as chairman and co-chair,reserving Beacon Fred Williams, reporter joyed Mothers' Day. The sermon
of Prayer." Sunday School ; . . 9:80 was delivered by Rev. Hender.
man, respectively, for the
pro Morning worship . 11:00 son, a visiting minister. .
The members of the Baha'iWorld gram.
Rev. Evening Service . 7:00 Sunday afternoon. at 3:00 the ST. MARY'S C. W. M.
Faith from Miami wll' Savoy will fe the speak.
The Sunday School is sponsor deaconess sponsored a Mother'sDay
gather May 22, Monday, at 8 er for the Founder's Day pro.
ing a baby contest. The funds program. Rev. Ji:. A. Ciilmer, pastor
p.m. to observe the anniversaryof gram of the Alpha Delta: Chapter Mrs. S. Dawklns reporter
be celebrating
raised are for the Sunday School The No. 1 choir will
one of the most significantdays of the National Sorority of and BTU convention which will Its 25th anniversary, Sunday School . 9:4lt

.in religious history, the Phi Delta Kappa, this Sunday, convene in the city. The first May 21 at 3 p.m. The public is Morning worship . t t:on
"Declaration of the Bab." On May 21 at 4:15: at the Carver
p.m. prize is a |25 Savings Bond. Babies Invited to come. There will be On last Sunday our mornln"lJenlce
this day in 1844, the Bab (mean. Branch YMCA. We hope to was conducted by Mrs. P
I up to 2% years are eligible.If plenty of slntng by
ing the "Gate" declared His see our church members
) and you are interested call' NE choirs of Dade County. Roberts. Mrs. S. Farrlngton W-M
mission as a Prophet as well ax friends responding to the gracious 1.5616. Hi Levan. our principal speaker. She w s
the forerunner of a still greater Invitation to be present.In The junior church is sponsor- and
a dynamic speaker Ten
May 21 there will be a battleof Ing a. talent Tuesday
Prophet, to On the program
soon appear.
this morning' GOod bless her and
Sunday sermon timely May
songs between the Spiritual night, May 23 at 8:00: There will
day of His announcement
very "Peter, the Pastor of Pen may she live and live. She alin
Baptist Church of Perrine and be prizes given away. This is in
the first
telegraphic "
message tecost will how God in of the
charge evening
we see I was sir
the No. 2 choir of New Bethel behalf of their anniversary,
ever sent flashed between Baltimore -
used Peter in the 1st four chapters .
Come out and enjoy yourselves Patricia Mosley is still sick In vice.A
and Washington. It read::
of Acts, to build a joyous I short program was rendered' I
with us.The the hospital. We are all
'What hath God Wrought? praying
and radiant church. The evening Our Herltlage of Faith w a splayed
music this will be to have
Sunday speedy
The 1844 marked the com recovery.
year ; sermon will be entitled "Livingat : by five characters which
ing to Africa of the first Christian Your Best." rendered by the Junior Choir. was enjoyed by all. The committee -

missionaries, thus complete: TEMPLE BAPTIST wkh to thank all of the participants ,
ing the carrying of Christ's mesi Rev. Adam Kelly and his congregation
sage completely around the Liberty City LutheranN. of the Upbuilding of Rev. L. A, Thompson, pastor who had taken a part.

world. It was also the first year; W. 58th St. and 15th Ave. Fallen Humanltl Club will rent Sunday School 9:80 We also want to thank our visItors .

Jews were readmitted to the, The Liberty City Lutheran der services for us Thursday. Morning worship 11:00 who are always welcomn

Holy Land, following twelve cen Church will observe the festival night at 8 o'clock.Sis. nTU 5aOEvp.nlng : We are very happy to have our
tunes of eezcluslons by Moslems of Pentecost this Sunday. The Elsie Gibson will have a worship 7:00Mother's pastor back home with us.
sale on Saturday at the church'sdining Day was fittingly observed -
Rev. James Bouman
Nine yean later the Babe pro will preachon at all services. All the
manifestation the theme, "What the Holy room. FIRST UNITARIAN
phesy of a greater women of the church were hon'
came true. A Persian nobleman Ghost Wants to do." The worship ored. Mrs. Florence Hepburn, "You and the State's Attorney"
named Baha'u'llah (the Glory ot service is held temporarily MATTHEWSRev.
oldest mother present, and Mrs. will be discussed by Richard
God) declared H* was the at 3 p.m., with Sunday, Schoolfor N. F. Clark, pastor Monica Branson, youngest mother Gerstein, State's Attorney,
Promised One. His followers all age at 2 p.m. Rev. J. E. Munroe, reporterAll were specially honored. at the Adult Forum of the First!

known today as Baha'ls, number Services are held at the Car roads lead to St. Matthews The children presented an Interesting Unitarian Church, 46 S.W. 29th

into the millions and can be ver YMCA, NW 15th ave. at this Sunday at 3 p.m. The anniversary program at 6 p.m. with Road on Sunday, May 21, 10
found in over 255 countries and 58th st. This Sunday serviceswill
DwIght Thompson acting as a.m.
of the Pulpit Aid Board
territories. be held in the auditorium.
master of ceremonies. ,
Sister Virginia Grant from Mt.
Usually, services are held in one
Members and friends are cele
Olivet Baptist Church will be
MT. HERMON A. M. E. of the large rooms off the the speaker. brating the 29th anniversary of
breezeway. the church and pastor this week. SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Monday night, May 22 will be The observance ends Sunday

Sunday School . . 9:30 Church of The Open Door the anniversary of the ushers night SPIRITUAL

Morning Worship . ll:0', board. We take pride in extend. Deacon I'.. E. Dawk ion, clerk of LEADER
Evening, Worship . . 7:00 (Congregational) ing a special invitation to our the church is in the F.E.C. hospital
Publicity CommitteeThe Rev, H. C. McDowell, pastor many friends to come and cele St. Augustine, where he AND PHYCHIC READER
Lord's blessing was pres A. E. McNael. reporter brate with us. This is the 22nd underwent surgery two weeks

ent at Mt. Hermon on one of the R"v. Nicholas Sileo delivereda anniversary ago. We pray for his speedy re BISHOP HUNTER

greatest days of the year, Moth very timely sermon speaking covery.
ers Day.A about "Mothers of The World." CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP If you Art sick or worried don't

special committee ,picked Mrs. Sumner Hutcheson was full to 00 me today. Office bourn
honored the Mother of Year, 220 N.W. 20th Street
Mrs. L. Gamble as the pioneer as dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
mother of 19 61. Mrs. L. Hunter She was presented an orchid by Elder G. G. Fann, pastor 22nd Ave., Corner 152nd St. 1 p.nt. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 ..1".
the most devoted mother Mr*. Mrs. Gloria Randolph, a gift of Sister Mary Browder, reporterWe Opa Leona to 8 pan.
M. Park, the youngest mother the Nathan Ezells grown In their Invite you to come and Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor

and Mrs. Samuel Gay the most garden of orchids. worship with us. Sunday School .._..........-...... 030
McDowell tooka Sunday School . 10:00 .. ... .. 11:00
outstanding mother. These la Rev. and Mrs. Morning Worship ... .. .
dies were honored and so was much needed rest and short Morning worship . 11:30 League ..................._..._...._.. 000
the other outstanding mother allover vacation spending a week in Evening worship . . 7:30 Evening Worship ........_.._.. 7:00 OP
the world. Jamaica with friends. Rev. McDowell Tuesday night at 8 o'clock You are Invited to our annual

The youth presented a pro will deliver the message SAC Bible Study. Thursday night, Men's Day services on May 28. '
gram In honor of our mother of Sunday as usual. prayer and tarry, also the Soul The morning speaker will be 0417 8W 17 St.

Mt. Hermon. Sunday evening at 6 p.m. the Saving meeting is yet going on Rev. C. Dixon, pastor of N e w WESTHOLLYWOOD

This Sunday will be a special youth of the city will take partin throughout the week with Mother Bethel, Goulds. The evening

service of baptism and confir the vesper hour. Music by Hlggs. On Sunday at 8 p.m.a speaker will be R. P. Jordan,

mation. If you haven't as yet Yl the Northwesters Junior College singing program with the Mi dean of Lanier Jr. High School.R. FLA. pop IIUNTKU
MRS ami Gospel Harmonettes 8 L. Walker is chairman and
Ited our services, you are wel chorus will be enjoyed. The p.m.
come. Club will be special guest. All are welcome. i William Howell It co-chairman. ) IY

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 my dear sad son but, loving memory of ,DE.A THS I Dock Wooden, 71 BO NW 16th

KENNETH HAMILTON ave., died May 12. Mr Wooden
j 21 1959. May lived in Miami for 37 years,
who died on May ,
he rest in peace and light per coming here from Dawson, Ga.
: CARDS MEMORIALSI petual shine upon him. Ills smiling House .of Albert Services were held Monday tin
the chapel His ,survivors include
face and gentle ways are a .
_TI -.... pleasure to recall. a son, .Johnnie.
Gone but will never be for
I IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSWe Mrs. Ethel Williams, 15820

gotten.Mrs.. Aurelia Adams, t' NW 17th ct., died: 'May 14, She
f In loving memory off the family of the late
J ROBERT COOPER Mother and Family was. a native of Jakln, Ga., and
:lived here since 1935. The body
who passed on May 1 wish to express -
sincere thanks and ThanksThe was sent f o Jakln for final rites.
our of
Expression She is survived by her sisters
deepest appreciation to the many family of the late : Mesdames. Ethel Bledsoe, Ellen
friends, neighbors and relatives : -
who were so kind to us duringour 4 : : Kimball, Llllle Kelly, Lllla:
hours of bereavement. ; Coachman and Ida Grace, and a
brother, Te'lis' Hill.
Thanks to everyone for evel'Y'thing
and may God bless all of
Mrs. Emma Carter of 360 NE
MM Rena Cooper, wife 70th st., died May 15. She wasa
And Family recent resident of Miami, com
ing' here from Atmore, Ala. The
L5: body was sent to Atmore for
IN MF.MORIAM: final rites. She is survived by

In loving memory of my dear o Aw her husband Harvey, two

husband, daughters, Delorea and Lucille,

and a son, Raymond.
n -

!Mrs. Emma Louise Johnson,
E known to her many friends as
S r+, "Grandma" died May 17. Mrs.

Eustace T. Grant of 14820 Johnson, 2250 NW 153rd st.

hFMRS : Pierce St., Richmond Heights, ,; lived here for 45 years and had
died in Jackson Memorial Hospital been a member of New Hope
May 12. A native of King Baptist Church for 40 yearsSer
ston Jamaica, he lived here for vices will be held Saturday at
f VICTORIA WARD 40 years. He is survived by his 3:30: p.m. in New Hope. She is

Who passed from this life May widow, Ethel, a son, Earl two survived _by a daughter, Mrs.
22, 1959. daughters, Mesdames Rosa Lee Edith Pollard, two granddaughters
*" missed her children ... .... 10. Mesdames Rosa Mae
Sadly by ------ ---- | Wooten and Ruby McDowell
grand children and other rela MRS ELIZABETH INGRAM I Services will be conducted Sat Thompson and Florence Rogers,

tives. who died on April 28, and was urday at 2 p.m. at Martin Memo- and a brother, Thomas Jackson.
f Leaving her to sleep in trust laid to rest on May 6, 1961, rial AME Church, Rev. L. R. Mrs. Johnson is now in reposeIn

till the Resurrection day. takes this method of expressing Drown, pastor. He Is, now on the chapel.
Father in Thy gracious keeping thanks and appreciation to the view in the chapel.
Leave we now Thy servant sleep many friends, who were so kind Jessie Lee Green, 1733 NW
I of 3rd ct., apt 12, died May 17 at
ing. N during their hours of Shaddie Ward, son y Thanks for your cards, I 64th st., died in the home of Jackson Hospital. He is survived
I Mable I. Daniels, daughter letters, telegrams, flowers cars her sister, Mrs. Henrietta WH by his wife, Llllle, a son
i Cleomie Bloomfield, Dght and all other kind gestures ot Hams, 2062 All Baba Ave., Opa Charlie, two grandchildren, his
Lottie Ward, daughter sympathy. Locka on May 10. Other survivors mother Mrs. Addle Green, anda

Margueritte Davis, Dght. R- l$...... Special thanks to the Bethell- are her husband, Early, brother, Lester. Arrangementsare

SIGGSBEC BLACK Williams Funeral Home, Fr three other sisters, two 'brothers incomplete.
Theodore R. Gibson, Rev. T. C. Services were held Thursday at
IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this life last May Baby Girl Bland
Ke.ley Jr., Rev. W. r. Tanner Triumph Church. daughter of
19, 1960. Mr and Mrs Horace Bland 2501
and members of St. Mary's Bap ,
sad but loving of
Gone but not forgotten NW 152nd
terr buried
of was May
tlst Church.
love The Willis: Grier who
our one,
By his wife, mother, sisters, 19.
GERALD CHARLES MINGO brothers and other relatives. Again, thanks to everyone for died May 13 In I'ara Villa Convalescent .
who departed this life at Key Ruthie M Black everything. Your kindness'willnever Home and who lived
West May 21, 19S9. be forgotten. with his daughter, Mrs. Johnnie
Calm is thy slumber as 'an in- Mrs. Rachel Tomlin, Cisrow at 2000 NW 167th St., Rev Austin Cooper
fant's sleep, CARD OF THANKSI daughter Opa Locka, was sent to Dawson,

But thou Ihan.wake no more to woud: like to thank my pas Miss Irene Ingram, daughter Oat for final rites. He Is also Ordained PriestThe
toll and weep, ,tor, Rev. Burney and all the Mrs. Margaret Austin, sister survived by a son, Alfred, of a
Thine is a perfect rest secure members of The New Providence Dawson, a sister and a number Rev.
and deep- Baptist Church for their prayers CARD OF THANKS of other relatives. son of Mr. and Relllms Mrs.: Cooper Leon-
Good -night! Good night! Good dnd those that were present at Cooper
night! .... the funeral of my brother, Mr. The family of the late Mrs. Maggie Thompkins died ordained, of to Coconut the Grove, was
Homer FarmerThanks PEMBROOK. KING May 12. She was sent to Sop hood sacred priest
Until the shadows from the for the beautiful flowers who departed this life April 10, erton, Ga., Friday, May 19 for presslve Saturday morning at im
earth are past, and condolences and tale wish to express their heartfelt; final rites. She is survived by six services held at Christ

Until He gathers in Ills sheavesat grams, also St. Arthur's Temple thanks and deepest appreciationfor daughters, including Mrs. Tom-. Episcopal Rev. William Church with the Rt.
last, for their telegrams and many the sympathy shown them mie Lee Carswell with whom she F. Moses, Suffra-
Until the twilight gloom be past phone calls and the Golden Circle during their hours of bereave- lived at 2132 All Baba Ave., South gan Bishop Florida of the Diocese of

Good night! Good night! Good and the Loyal Ladles and Illus ment. They thank you for two sons, two sisters, two broth Rev officiating.
night! trious Sirs for their prayers. the many calls, cards, telegrams, era and other relatives. ordination Cooper was presented for
and (Lowers Special thanks to by Fr. Theodore R.
Mrs. Venora Mingo, wife Beatrice Dunaway, sister Gibson
Mrs Geraldine Laster, Dght. the pastor, Rev. A. B. Collins Mrs. Juanita Rivers Johnsonof The Preface, rector of Christ Church
Mrs. Julia Mlngo, IN MEMORIAMIn and members of St. John AME 1932 NW 6th ct., died May read to the occasion was
' stepmother Church, South Miami and the 12. She is survived by her bus by the Yen John E. Cul-
sad but loving of Bethell Williams Funeral home band mer, rector of St. Agnes Church.
A'fred Saunders, brother memory Arthur, a daughter, Mrs. The
Earl Nealy, brother our dear mother, Many thanks and deep appreciation Lucille Blount of Detroit, a .ais presented Litany and. Suffrages were
Ernestine Welters, sister to everyone for everything. ter and others. Services wl'l be Wooden by the Rev Lorenjho
Mrs. Vandedleaq Edwards, I '- rreuueu- The Family conducted Saturday at 11 a.m. the vicar of the Church of

sister In St. John Baptist Church. Thr Locka.Transfiguration of Opa

Mrs. Mizpah Adderly, aunt body will be shipped to Cuthbert Sacred
Mrs. Rosebud Hall, aunt SEE THE SOUTH'S Ga. She is now on view in the I Rev. ministers were: The
MilLS Edna Kemp, aunt LEADING COLORED chapel. Samuel J. Brown, vicar of
-"._.."..._.."...,.",._ I St. Augustine's Church, St. Pit'ersburp
IN MEMORIAMAnother S 5555 5 S Walter Bradley of 1030 NW I Jarrett Deacon, the Reverend
.. Dpi 1st court, died May 17. He is Christopher's Atkins, vicar of St.
L1 survived Church. of For t
by his wife, Eunice. :
loved Lauderda.e .
one has gone : Sub Deacon
Arrangements and
abqve to dwell with the Lord are Incomplete. the Rev. John H. Reece, vicar of
who had given him love. God St. Peter's Church In Key West
Deeded another loved one to admit M.C. and assistant priest.
in His shining band and Francis .. The sermon was delivered by
so H.e bent with a loving .smile the Rer Qulntln E. Primo Jr.
and clasped our darling's hand. Mrs Victoria Johnson, 1338A rector of St. Simon's ,
In loving remembrance of our NW 2nd ave., died May 8. Services Rochester! N.Y. Church
dear husband, father and grand were' held May 18 in the The Rev. James' Hall
father, Let her years of experience guide chapel Survivors include several St. Timothy's, Daytona, vicar of

_._. and protect you throughout life nieces and nephews. was the Cantor Beach
---- -- the
as a lighthouse guide the ships Ira Also service.
storm. For Success in business' Isaac Martin. 15120 serving on the occasion:
Tyler St, were Mrs Laura Cooper
and love. died May 10. The body was shipped -S berry, organist;. Miss Leona.
PSYCHIC READER to JenkinsvlUe, S.C. for Johnson
soloist, and
a. CONSULT HER- final rites. Survivors include: DI-
his: rector Philip H
DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET father, Charles Martin, a sister, George Washington Carver of
OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF Mrs Mary Delaware.Mrs. i School. the Tnimn tAI' High
GOD SHE A near :
I capacity crowd
departed this life May 17, Olive R. Pettier, 1511 the services. attended -
ti ai 1958. Office Hours: NW 68th terr. died
at home on Following the
May she rest in peace. 9 a.m. 9 p.m. May 15. Services will be held on ber of persons service a num-
Idella Lowe, daughter Thurs. 9 a.m. to Friday, May 19, 3:30 at Bethany b'essed by the present were
Clifford Lowe, .son'in-law 7 p.m. Seventh Day Adventist Church I Cooper.A newly ordained'Fr.

C.are: Lowe DAILYSunday with Elder Rock, officiating, reception in honor of Father
Survivors include a daughter Cooper followed
CARD OF THANKSThe : Mrs. Verna Braxton of Philadelphia was held in the church's service parish and.

three sons, Joseph, James hall.
family of the late, 10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING .
F. of '
York '
and Fred
rlck' Fr.
MRS. ALBERTHA JONES Cooper Is now the vicar of
who of Washington, D.C., two sisters!, St. Matthew's
passed to the great' beyond Mrs Myrtle Dames Church, Delray:
April 26, wish to thank the $1.00 UP reclta Mrs. Ter- and St. Mary's at Deerfleld.
Coakley brother
a James
i many friends and relatives who Jarrett.
sent cards, letters, telerrams
and flowers in their hour .of be 23 Years Experience IN MEMORIAMIn

reavement. Special thanks to Melvin Jackson Post 5693
Francis Funeral Home and the MADAMHUNTER loving memory of our dear

pastor, Rev. Ernest Williams VFW Annual father,
GEORGE DEAN and members of New Bethel GEORGE A. ROMER

who departed this life May 16, I Baptist Church. 1657 N.W. 73rd ST. "Buddy Poppy Day" who 1954. departed this life May 18,

'1969.. May he rest In peace. Elva Ferguson, daughter MIAMI, FLA.
0;... ; The) Family Walter Jones, son Don't Write-Call In Person I MAY 26.27 Gone The, but FamilyTHE not forgotten.

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and between
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John. 39th and 62nd sts, 22nd ave to
7th ave. Small down payments AND INSURANCE
".. Two bedroom home with
BEDROOM furnished duplex. V. Vlles, broker. JunlO

Reasonable, 1276 NW 65th St. one-bedroom apartment
DUPLEX. Beautiful bedroom 2688 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1-0380
$2,450 cash You
UNFURNISHED duplex. bed each side CBS. Tile roof, oak pay only

room, adult. Near 54th st., floors, furnished ,kitchens. $40 a month
Orandway and school. PhoneHI $18,500. Down payment. Month
43955. ly payments to be arranged. See TRIO REALTY
owner 1768 NW 60th St. YOUR DREAM HOME

3-BEDROOM APT. $15.25, 2-
801 54th
N.W. St.
Welcome: to Grace's Thrift Month
bedroom apts., $12.50 with free $350 Down $69
water and light Rooms $6.60 Shop for the elite, like new. For
to mals, cocktail, cottons, silks, designers OX 6-1740 PL 9.8372
$9.50 week. 4678 NW 31st OPEN AT YOUR CONVENIENCESEE
originals. Values to
ave., PL 9.9682.1.DEDROOM up
$250. $5.00. Mink stoles, Jack. DAY OR EVENING AT
its, Men's suits, silks
$5.00. mohair
House .
furnished and one completely bedroom $7.50, Shoes 200. Open -,- ...-. ". 1881 N.W. 51st Terrace
house completely furnished. 9 to 5:30, to 5 Sunday. Phone
Each in residential section. For PR 8372, 2512 NE 2nd ave. Gorgeous CBS. Extra large rooms. Truly you must

additional Information apply at PAINTING 1 see this one to appreciate it. Lovely Floral Park area

1867 NW 68th st. Painting for houses. Our pricesire Convenient to everything. One mortgage

FURNISHED Efficiency. Free very reasonable. Call NE Sundays, Nights, Weekdays
51662. B. Brewer
gas, water and electricity. 4190 Full Price $10,800
NW 32nd ave. REDUCE?I
Like to reduce the easy wayT 1812 N.W. 51st St.
TWO BEDROOM Duplex. Un Contact Troy's Beauty Salon, LEGAL REALTY
furnished. Tile bath, terrazzo 738 NW 3rd ave. FR 49189. $495 Down $88 Mo.
fJoors. 2D53 NW 46th It. NE M27 ,
PL 8.0290
MU 8.3923
56026. M27 No Closing Costs
ROOM. Just like home. Nice No Qualifying
1 block to bus and If live In Liberty City or
area jitney. you Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS .-------.:-----::. : .
IrownsvIIIe will' repair ; -
Just like home. NE 46310. we your
; TV on credit. Pay weekly Free with enclosed garage, tile ...

HELP WANTED stltnat. Call OX 1.9 US. Indf roof, oak floors, kitchen,

TYPISTS I Homeworkers! Cash STOP UK HAPPY! IH3 equipped air conditioned Increase Your Earnings

time! Mailers, 2 Madison
for spare LUCKY! Only one mortgage pay
Oreencastle, Indiana. M20 \ lucky cross to wear or carry in ment.
socket, only $2.00. A lucky cross
SALES MEN or women. State 'or the house, only $5.00. Cash ._ ,_ __ .. .. or-- 10 WEEKS COURSE
wide builder needs sales-minded with order, please No CODs. We
persons experienced In' building nay all postage. 1041 N.W. 73rd St.
field or real estate. Complete 4ddres's to Cross, Dept, M. 244 Qualify in Bedside Nursing ,and ,:'.',
training program. No license re Mclntyre St., Savannah, Oaf Down .
quired. Commissions with draw. $495 $79 Mo. Infant Care '.. :
3201 NW 27th ave. OX 18932. .
No closing costs. nice "
Jun10 ,
Look! Look! Look! .
2-bedroom CBS plus Flori *.",.,{.

:ion MAN to On work Social as maintenance Security or pen and tAlnIMl TnbVwnre waltztim da room, large lot. No qualifying ,d .,,',
janitorial worker. Man or couple 'mU4-Ml, open stock hi glow finish, move right in. ENROLL NOWCareCraft" :
may live on premise. Excellent everyday iwrvifo weight, open
provisions. For appointment Call to all eating places mich' A* .- "-- ... -- -. ...-. \, :. l!'
OX 60231. home, rrA'Anrantfl" nits club, .......
cafes, hotels, tatprnn.etc. DuplexLive '
School For Aids
sleep in. Call Good .
doz. Rent
Stainless salad fork 92J15 Free
NA 4.4902
man 18816 NW
19th ct. StAlnlf'M dinner fork $2.60 doz.
$795 Down $78 Mo.
'ttdnln" knife $.20 doz.

tAlnlf'M twwpon $loM dos Furnished CallENROLLMENT Pi KJO3I RQR7 :

5 B.R. 2 BathsBY Stainless kid tea $1.7O doz.St Very nice CBS Duplex, i ;}

spoon south of 54th St. No closing t .
OWNER lnle+'* soup spoon $3.03 dOLAll /
costs. This must be seen to *, "
available "
sAmptrfl are .J
928 N.W. 47th St. appreciate. I'

Hardwood floors, I a r g e DRALEn ;
dining room, 2-car garage. SAMMY CALL FR 3.4335
Np real estate commission. PL 7-845 283 NW 79th St
For Detail and Interview

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May ,
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961 DAYTONA BEACHBishop Wide Program dedicated to physical County Elementary Principals

fitness, will be celebrated when they met at Bethune May

S. L. "Big Dunbar on Friday, May 19, 1- 15 in the library. Mrs. Aleae
Greene, presiding prelate Chief"C p.m. on the school's play' Gill, principal of Llllie C. Evansis
llth Episcopal District will con ground. Track and field events president of this group..
vene seven annual conferences which include dashes, relays, While Mrs: Wilhemenia Jen
In one triumphant convocation at high and broad Jump, etc. nlngB Is'-on maternal leave,. Mrs
Allen Chapel AME Church, Daytona will be featured from 1.3 p.m. Rhoda Lowe is serving as t h o

Beach, Wednesday and Rhythms, stunts and tumblingwill teacher in special education.
Thursday, May 1718. The Rev, be the' highlights of the 6-8 We regret to have learned of

S. M. Peck, host pastor, Is mak o'clock period. Four grade the Illness of the president bt
ing preparation for the expected groups trophies will be awardedas our PTA, Mrs. Dorothy WllcOx
attendance of upwards of 2,000 well as individual certificatesand who is a patient in Jftcksbn Memorial

I. AMEs, presiding elders, pastors trophies. Hospital, :Due tb ,th Ethel
and lay leaders.It n&s of Mrs. ,WllcOx, Mrs.
Is expected that each and Junior Red Cross LeadershipDay Melton, presided at the meetingof
charge will: be 100% with held last Saturday at the this group Tuesday night.
., ; : every report of $2.00 for each member Ltllle C. Evans Elementary Mrs. Thelma M, North is recuperating
'. < 1"" recorded In the church. School was thoroughly enjoyedby at home after a recent -
> .. .
iJtf ': our representatives and spon illness at the Christian Memorial
: : ,: Most of the charges in the llth
,, / District have already paid the sors. The day la one of trainingand Hospital. Mrs .Mary

: iI"l \ ., I "special assessment" of 50 cents fun. Student representativeswere Spence is ,serving as secretary
., for each member; however, all George Busbee III, Eugene 'during her illness.
: ; of the charge which failed to Clears, Hawathia Davis, Cleo The Bethune Family is quite.
i pay It at the last annual con George, Larry George, Sarah proud of the repairs and redeco-
ference will report $2.50 for Hollis and Patricia Inman. rations which are being done at
:: : each member on record. Teacher.sponsors who accompan our school. The painters and repairmen
This will score two more important led the pupils were Miss Alex began their work fc,ore
"firsts" for the match ander, Mrs. Hepburn, Mrs. Laes than week and are doing
d a ago, ;
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and Miss Sweeting. Dunbar received
-- --- wolim make
less Senior Bishop since the beginning a fine job which all!
The students and faculty of Redeemer this year, is acknowl of his epoch-making career a Perfect Attendance of us most happy when their
Holy Redeemer School extend edged by her classmates as the In Florida four years ago. Award; the group won the quiz work is completed.
heartfelt congratulations to the "champion speller" and takes an This will be the first time the 'dhow, and secured a 2nd placein The final broadcast featuring

above five students on the occa active part in sports, especially traveler of the entire Episcopal the Talent Show with a dra- pupils of Bethune will be heard
lion of their acceptance into swimming. She also likes to re- District have been calld to one matization called "The Old May 26 over station WMBM.

c\ \ Notre Dame Academy here in lax with a good book. setting for the assembling of the Automobile. Walter C. Cogdell, principal;

Miami. Gall is liked by all for her 'general budget report. Mrs. Carmetta Brown and Mrs. Elliott J. Scavella, reporter.
I They are, left to right: Selina quiet but friendly manner. Her Bullard
Dean, Janice Fisher, Ingred classmates recently elected: her North Dade PTA longtime Junior
: sponsors, were guests!
Dove, Gall Jones and Sharon to be a member of the "Queen's
'at the American Red
Smith. Court" in the May Crowning Cross Banquet affair.
May Day was gala
The PTA of North Dade High held recently at Bayfront
These girls are recognized for ceremony. The program commenced with
School will Auditorium.
their scholastic and cultural Sharon Smith, a top'rating meet Monday night, They returned to the coronation of our :May
May 22 at 8:00: in the auditor share with us the knowledgethey
achievements. student, gives her classmates a and Seth
Queen King Ann
lum. This is the'
final gained
of about
Stlifli is well liked by all the 'hard time trying to beat her meeting space travel. Robinson and Lottnle Alexander.
atudeaU. She is active in church record in English and arithme the year. All parents and friendsof Mrs. Nealy, A.V. representative, Mrs. Dorothy Led and Harbld
the students are urged to be and Mrs Jolllvette: ETV teach
and school affairs and is currently
tic.She present. A social Mitchell, physical educatioh
hour will beheld er the Wednesday
taking piano lessons. is also a budding artist
teachers, sponsored this affair as
Immediately after of the
brief AVA
Janice recently won honorable and has tried her hand at water a meet
a culminating activity for the
business meeting. ing at DeaUvllle .,hire Love
: mention in the Holy Redeemer painting.In .
physical education
poetry contest. She enters enthusiastically addition to these five, Rosa Support your PTA. Attend I Dunbar librarian, enjoyed the program.
Into community projects mond Pappy has won acceptance meeting this Monday night at 8. sessions of the 39th annual con- The final PTA meeting for the
and enjoys reading and at Madonna High. Rosamond ian s Agnes McCoy, president vention of the Florida Library school year 1960.61 was held on
sewing. outstanding student and has Charles D. Wyche, principal l Association: at the Carillon May 8. At this meeting the

Ingrid, a newcomer to H o 1 y a variety of interests.. The members elected officers for the
Dunbar Family was very ensuing year. They are as follows
North Dade Hails proud to have four debutantes : President, Howard Coach-
presented at the Delta Debutante man; vice, A. McKay; second
G. W. Carver PTA Charles Ferguson Cotillion and congratulates the vice, Mrs. Strickland; recording
Retiring PTA Prexy parents of Leard Dean, Clarice secretary, Mrs. C. We'ls; fInancial

Honors Principal Top Parent in Regina JoUlvette. Barbaria Mc. ,secretary Mrs. Ray) trea

,t The G. W. Carver High School Outgoing PTA president, Mrs. Allister. and, Jacqueline_ Ra !Anson. fta.rnHa-- rbnorter.Mrs. .
PTA honored Anthony Gardiner, Marietta Ga. Agnes McCoy, completes four THIS Saturday, May 20, our B. Rogers; parliamentarian i ,
years of meritorious service to principal, Mr. Adams
Mrs. A. Mrs. M. Newbold; chaplain Mrs.
principal of the school at its reg
ular PTA meeting, Monday, MayA Word has been received by the North Dade School body Jones Hawkins, curriculum assis Mary Franklin and Rev. W. J.
*. when tant
,, 8 p.m. The program honored Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ferguson of 722 incoming president An. Rychard Cook, faculty Macon. The officers were installed *
Mr. Gardiner as principal and SW 7th St., Homestead of the thony Simon officially takes of chairman and grade group rep by Mrs. 0. Sweeting, for
I teacher for 21 years in the Coconut honors recently conferred on flee during the annual installation resentatives will give a report mer president of the Dade County
service on May 22 at 8 pm. of the year's study conducted PTA
Grove area. Roy Bentley, their son, Charles of Marietta, at Council.
Mrs Dunbar
McCoy's years in office a Demonstration
PTA president served as master Study Thanks to our parents, Mrs. A.
I of ceremony and gave the occa Ga.Charles: Ferguson president of projects were marked which by many excellent the Center Florida, at the area 8 meeting for McCoy and Mrs. A. Forbes who

sion. Individuals paying tribute the Lemon Street Elementary the added greatly to. tary Council on Elemen provided transportation for our
general Education
,I' to a fine and outstanding gentle PTA was chosen by the Georgia of the appearance and program Collins scheduled for 11 boys and girls who attendedthe
man were William S. Stirrup, Congress of Colored Parents school. Elementary School, Danla. Naturalization proceedingsat
former PTA president and civic and Teachers as "Parent, of the Most Important of all was Both Mr. Adams and Mrs Bayfront Park Auditorium on
worker, Arthur Anklan, Nathan. Year." probably the acquisition of sev Hawkins hold offices: in this May 1.May.
1 H Rolle, curriculum' assistant at Although the Marietta branchof the school acres of land which border state-wide professional group. 19 la Color: Day. Each
; the
on east.
Carver, Mrs. Elizabeth Virrlck, the organization has been affllated pupil and all of the staff will be
president Coconut Grove Slum with the state organization Mrs. McCoy and Principal Douglas PTA Tea attired in our school colors _
Clearance Association, and for more than thirty years it Charles: D. Wyche petitioned the green and yellow. There will bea
\ Father Theodore R. Gibson, rector is the first time that a member school board and immediate ac Doublas Parents Teachers As primary Mr and Miss Color
of Christ Episcopal Church. has been so honored. tion by the board resulted In sociation will present its annual Day. An Intermediate Mr. and

Remarks were timely by these I In addition to being a faithful the purchase of the property for tt'ton May 21, from 4 to 6 p.m. Miss Color: Day and a Mr. and
Individuals and each wished him PTA worker, Ferguson has found future expansion by the school. at the school, 314 NW 12th st. Mrs. Color Day from the faculty.
God's speed In his new assign time to engage in many community During the first year of The theme for the evening will These will be judged on neatness -
ment. Selections were rendered activities. He was one of the school's operation the PTA be 'Fine Arts." The featured attraction appropriateness for school
bv the chorus and the band In the founders of the Teenagers underwent a campus beautiflca- at the tea will be an and color.
their rendition of ABC's to Mr. Canteen, the first facility of its tion project which provided varioua art exhibit of The Dade County Sylvia S. Lambert, principal;
Gardiner and the Incoming principal kind in North Georgia. He is a types of shrubbery which i Art Teachers There will also be Rosetta Vickers, reporter.
Mr. Bannerman, Roy member of the Gig Wheel Club were placed around the campus ','a display of art work' done by
Hpntley presented Mr. Gardiner a which does both civic and social to enhance the buildings. the children: of Douglas showing LIBERTY CITYAs
Hamilton automatic battery work. He has worked with the I Most of North Dade's new creativity and growth In art.
wrist watch engraved from the Boy Scouts and is a deacon of I band uniforms were also pus you probably know "Follow
friends of Coconut Grove. He the Zion Baptist Church. He Is chased through the diligent ef J. W. JOHNSOrf ELEM.The The Sunset," a musical extra
expressed his sincere thanks and also a 32nd degree Mason. forts of the PTA. Other big vaganza that shall Ignite the

anpreciatlon to the members of Charles was born in Homestead drives Included the acquisition J. W. students and faculty of Imaginations of the most unimagInative
t'\e PTA and all the friends who and attended the Mays of a baby grand piano and the Award and Johnson held Its annual ( ,fa less than a month
helped to make his stay at Carver I school In Goulds and graduated'from payment of $3,000 to the school1 Color Day Monday. away: May 22. Hence, for an

a successful and happy one. I Carver High in Coconut athletic fund.Smaller The most outstanding evening of entertainment for all
Mr. Bannerman was Introduced Grove. He attended Morris I purchases Included a of the year receiving students members of the family: don't
by E. R. Jones. He also ,paid tri Brown College in Atlanta. lie is water cooler and costumes for were George Lawrence Jr.awards fail to see this mammoth pro j
hute to Mr. Gardiner and urged the father of two children, the school's production of the ley Ann Harris, Lue Shir duction with a cast of hundreds. i
all parents to continue their Charles Jr. and Terry Lane. classical play, Medea.ORCHARD Carey Lillie Sanders VIrglna Adults 35 cents and children
support to the PTA and Carver Laster, Ray Dorrls Laster, Bobby 25 cents.
High. The program closed with Junior CollegeIn VILLA Evelyn Evans, Roy Chesson Next Tuesday night is Parent-
the singing of "May The Good --- Linda Roberts, Louis Teacher NIght. Remember that
Lord Bless: and Keep You." Re RecitalThe Orchard Villa Theatre Guild Connie Scott, Sandra Lawson Gibson the PTA is planning a night in

freshments were served. presents a creative version of Michael Kendrick, Bertha Park, Italy; hence, if you like spa
Election of officers were held Cinderella Goes to Poxyland. er, Delia Laster, Fredward Fay- ghetti, come out and bend some
xt the regular meeting of the Dade County Junior College The characters consist of the son, Albert Foster Irene Harris spaghetti with your children,
PTA and the following officers Choir presented "An Evening highly talented drama students Rose Marie Roberts and Doris, teachers and friends. Why cookat
were elected for the term 196162 of Sacred Music" at the of the c'ass of '61. sixth graders. Patricia Scott home when you can eat out.

: Roy Bentley, president; An. Church of the Incarnation on Cinderella, Betty Kelly: Don't forget that we are still
thony Palmore, vice; Mrs. Venola Sunday evening, May 14 at 700 Prince, Edwin Fletcher; step We were very proud to have I In the process of Spring Regis
Pogue, secretary; Mrs. Cath pm. The choir was under the mother: Hazel Williams, Rosa- our zone supervisor Miss Elea tration. If you have a child who
prine Grant, assistant direction of Prof. Robert Tho dell LassIter, stepsister nor Flenburg present. .
: Mrs. ; Jo Ann Members will be a first grader comes September -
Lucy McPhaul, financial secretary mas. Mrs Julia Clarke, charming Dixon, step sister; Will Arthur of the DAR Miss Julia St. remember that Liberty
; William S. Stirrup, trea wife of the Vicar of the Sanders, James McCray, Anthony John, chairman of John McDon- City welcomes him. Why not let
surer, and Mrs. Verneka SUva, church and a student of the Ellison, Foxes; Va'arie aId] JAC chapter, presented the him take advantage of the spec
reporter. junior college was the accompan Malachi.! narrators, Joyce Cham- JAC awards. Mrs.. Shaw and Miss sal Intimate talks now being presented -
1st. The program Include three bliss Shaw
Fairy Godmother co-chairman
; Phyllis Mrs. Dukes at our school?
FRANK C. MARTINThe solos by Miss Laverne Thorpe, Moses, clock; Freswell Major president of Hlaleah-Mlami ,
\ Lawrence Colebrook Irene Edwards. is presenting
Miss king; Shirley Dixon, Patricia Springs Jr. Women's
PTA is sponsoring a Seasonal Mildred Johnson The entire Morning, Elaine Floyd, Gloria the Jr. Citizens Club Award presented another play this week. If you J
Tea. It will be held In the group rendered beautifully White, (Edna J. Rushing Many of our parents and have "curious" eyes like mine, I
auditorium Sunday, May 21 "Sleepers Wake", "Lord to Thee stylist), Bobble Burton, Walter gong bers of the PTA witnessed mem tune in on Sunday morning be
4 to 6 Come Our Hearts Are Raised" Go this tween 7-8 o'clock. Station WMBM
p.m. out and enjoy Blue Jr., and Joan Davis, danc grand occasion. I
j the program and refresh yourself Down Moses", "Psalm 150" and ers Come out May 24 at 7 The PTA will have election await you. Just In case yon forget {
at the seasonal table of your "Steal Away. and bring the chl'dren. This p.m.I officers for the 61-62 school of girls, Earl Williams' boys and I
are making their
choice "The Creation" was done program promises to year Monday debut
very be highly May 29 at
Mrs. Edna B. Ammons, general beautifully and dramatically by entertaining for children and P.m. Everyone is invited to come 7:30 this prise.week. The play, well, our \.
F chairman; Ellis Adger, Miss Faye Marsh. She was ac- adults. See the dancing pumpkinand and participate.Mrs. .
I, president; Walter White, princi companied by Mrs Roslyn Clarkat the singing foxes. Admission E. 0. Primus, Mrs. Mary Ford Williams, '
pal. the principal; president; Djeals R.< Thomas: IV,
organ. adults 50 cents. Children 25c, Miss S. A. Ogb<<2 rne, porter reporter

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EXHIBITAward NAACP ASKS FOR blot upon our community and
ELUOTT J. RIEZEMcNAYK our nation, to have a system
END OF BIGOTRYIN such as this in operation In
-- winning entries from what has been called the. second
LOSES FIRST by 20 percent across'the board the 1960 Scholastic-Ansco Photo WPB White House."
graphy Awards are on exhibit
ROUND WITH METRO the new property values set last
from May 8 to May 23 at Northwestern *
The NAACP 'outh'council has
Jan. 1, in Dade County. lie added West Palm Beach The )
Senior School Li
County Manager Irving Me- the fact that he will make High West Palm Beach branch of the attempted to use various public
Nayr lost his first major bout the reduction without, a Commis- brary. NAACP this week asked city facilities In vain and has found

with the Metro Commission on sion vote to back him up. Winners were selected from officials to begin a program desegregating the swimming pool "closed"whenever ,
when the Commission members, sought ad
over 35,000 entries submittedby all public facilities
voted 8 to 5 to reject a proposal Interested and well informed mission.
Junior and senior high ,school run by the city after pointingout
recommended by McNayr to de-, observers are questioning the students throughout the county. that "this is the winter
lay the new tax reassessmentfor move by McNayr to personally From the 120 national award home of the President."
two years. And this means reduce the assessments withouta winners, 34 were selected for a Mrs. Louise Bute, branch JOIN THE I IBARKLEY'S
that Dade County's new reassess vote of the Commission. Some traveling exhibition the Scholastic president, added that "it is a
ment program ,wilt go Into effect are asking: "by what legal right -Ansco Traveling Salon, now
as scheduled on August 1 of can the County Manager lowerat on view here each day from 7 to -
this year. his whim, or even by acquiescence 10 p.m. These Traveling Salonsare

Voting against the proposalwere to the' Metro Board, the If being exhibited In hundredsof CUT-RATE STOREThe
tax assessments. Conversely,
junior and senior high schools
Commissioners Jack H.
he can do this, then he can like-
Beckwlth, Joseph A, Doyd Jr. across the nation from October,
wise raise them. Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
1960 through May, 1961.
Alexander S. Gordon, Den C. Mc- \ j

Gahey, Arthur H. Patten, Frank Others are saying that the Preliminary Judging of the 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
O. Pruitt, Harold D.
Spaet and
:. whole move is just another effort -
photographs took in 31
Winston W. Wynne. Voting for to defeat the McLeod Alna Tranquil Long-aJd HairDressing

the delay were James H. Allen, Amendment and all urge that regional competitions through Tablets ...................... 1.08 ..._........_ 1.00
Charles F. Hall, Milton E. out the U.S. Winners were forwarded Madfim Walker Thins Super
be sure to watch the millage.
Thompson, Walter WeLss and you to New York City wherea Ointment ................ ....00 Reducing Plan ........ 2.08
Commission Chairman Robert PARENTS TO BE HONORED panel of experts made the Posner's Rergamont SSS Tonic ........ 1.45 JL85
Haverfleld. AT BTW REUNION final selections. Awards of $100, Hair Dressing ..,......... .05Cardul Swamp toot ........ .'13 1.85
McNayr was ordered to notify $50 the and 15 $25 were made in eachof ......................... 1.20 Father John ........ .78. 1.85
Immediately Dade's 318,000 Among the many other timely different classifications, Earrings ........ .10 to .70 pr.
including color. These
property owners of the present features which will be parts of were doubled when Ansco prizes film The finest products at Cut Rate Price
and reassessed values of their the annual Alumni Reunion pro
was used in taking the award
property. Each taxpayer will al gram at Booker T. WashingtonHigh winning picture and additional OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY- 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
so be told how and where School on Tuesday afternoon -
he awards were given when a Syl. JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
June 6, at 2 o'clock, will
may appeal the new assessments.The vania Dot flashbulb was used.
and namingof
be the recognition
fact that the majority of the Parents of The Year. These annual awards are sponsored -
the Metro Commissioners rejected Three sets of parents of the Miami Jointly by Scholastic Magazines -
McNayr's proposal, was no area, will receive this! dis national classroom week
surprise to anyone who has followed tinction. In order to receive this lies for high school students and

the actions of the Commission award, parents must have a Ansco, Binghamton, N.Y., Amer See These BEAUTIfUL HOMES
during the past few minimum of four children, and ica's oldest photographic manu SundayOPEN
months. In fact, it was a surprise all yes all of them must facturer.
to me that McXayr dared to offer ;: finish high school. The namoj of 2 to 6 PAM
such a proposal to the Commission the parents to receive the
which from all indications awards will be announced at the Miss Cora Lee First time offered. If you are particular see this
had its mind already mime Reunion program. Humphrey first. Only $350 down, $75 per month pays all. New
has moved to her locations
'County up long Manager before McNajr become The community is now anxiously new ly painted CBS. Hardwood floors, carport. 1370 NW
awaiting tho Alumni Annual 51st Terrace.
Those in the "know" Reunion Hall which comes
it's in the :off Friday, Juno 0 at 10 p.m. at Serena's Beauty Salon
bat for an increase in the Harlem Square Rallroom. Invitations Near Manor Park Pool. Highly desirable location.

taxes especially The on the small for the Ball are now 827 N.W. 62nd St. This is a must. See it now, owner going north. Must
man "bljc boys" are calling
the shots and the Commission being mailed. PL 8.2731 be sold. Completely furnished CBS. Hardwood

majority must! follow orders 1IIO1I SCHOOL QUEENS TORE floors, one mortgage. FHA terms. Call now to see.
whether they want to or not. It's
SPECIAL GUESTS OF Specialist in hair styling
the price the little fellow must CBS MODERN DUPLEXES
I y.McNAYR. REUNION BALL and permanent waving

TO CUT When the annual Alumni Reunion M20 2 beautiful CBS duplex buildings on 2 lots. Only 2

PROPERTY VALUESOn Ball is held on Friday years old, looks like new. Completely furnished and

evening, June 9 at 10 o'clock at I fully equipped. If you want the best, this is it. Low
the heels of the rejection the Harlem Square Ballroom, all western and North Dade High price and good terms.Action .
by the Metro Commission of his of the Queens of the local high Schools.In .
proposal to delay the new county schools will be special guests on addition to the queens, the --.--
tax program for two year?, the occasion. These, of course, Parents of the Year, will also be
McNayr announced on Tuesday are the queens of Mays, Carver, extended special Invitations to
that he will personally reduce- Booker T. Washington, North- be special guests of the sponsor Realty Inc.PL
-the BTW High School Alumni .
Association. All of the guests
will be introduced and given 7-4544 253 NW 79th St. TU 7-1536
recognition during the affair in
keeping with the long established
policy of the sponsor.

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I "f? PAGE 16' SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1961,: Monica's Guild of St. Pet-
COMMUNITYSERVICE Collection of rubbish and refuse er'0 African Orthodox Cathedral

: __ .. __..._...__ _________ _. ___ I cordially invites you to attendits
.y. in front of premises, annual
F Spring Sip on Sunday,
May '21, from' 4 to $ p.m. at
; of walkways gutters -
THE FOUNDATIONRadio cleaning African Orthodox Church 1725

and side walk in NW 3rd court ,
Station WMBM Is -* Mrs. Vera A. Wilson, Pre .
t proud to announce, the forma front of premises.PLEASE Canon Charles- F'.-Cooper

SPORTS WORLD OVER =. tion of the WMBM Community rector
Service Foundation, Inc. : ; DO NOT PLACE Ics, .08nshn.

Blanche' Calloway has "been WATERMELON RIND ON THANK YOU
By LEO B. ARMBRISTER1IOCKPIT appointed the executive director
founded to sponsor programsof STREET. Mrs. E. J. Clark wishes to
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m,_ v v r...., ..6_.__ this nonprofit corporation, thank her family, her childrenof
BROWNINGS LEJEUNE OPENING which will Instill In the youth Central and her many friends'for '
i of our community a sense of all the nice deeds shown heron
COULD LESSEN WITH POOL !DELAYED responsibility and civic pride, Mother's ,Day. May Ood bless

INTEGRATIONThe: Woody Laughinghouse, mana to provide educational pro- DISSATISFIED- ? all of you.NEW.
nature, and to
of a civic
swimming pools of the ger of Miami Springs Golf grams
Course, who will take the sponsor charitable programs with ..'
is over
city are Integrated this a and whenever desirable careless)
handling of Miami's newest, the wherever DIFFERENT
big relief to the 'many rockplts for the benefit of the community. dry. ..
LeJeune Course, the
canal, and creeks' our children says open n
have been using in their determined ing date is delayed from a Mr/-
effort to try and Jearn ,,15 teeing,off to an early June The purpose for which, this
the advantageous art of swim date. This is a nine hole water Foundation was organized is to
mlng. Before now their only tat saturated course that will be raise funds for and provide full!
cl.itlea: have been condemned mud enlarged to 18 holes college: scholarships for worthy .w w .
holes, with the death, the grim students in order to further their
reaper, their only instructor. higher education, and assist
them in making worthwhile careers
Looking into the matter we toward the end that they
can .see no reason why a coursein New Bargains! become useful citizens.
swimming could not be givenin Hampton HouseAND
all schools with the most convenient MAKE OFFER A meeting was held Tuesday,
facilities made available May 16, attended by: Charles L. VILLAS
under the proper ,supervision. Open 3-8 p.m. Williams, Anthony Gardiner, I
Samuel Cohen, James Simmons, 4200 N.W. 27th Ave.
This phase of physical fitnessis Down Payment: I Charles D. Wyche Jr., AlexanderS.
a much needed one and the Your Lot or Home Klein Jr., Allan B. Margolls, try SANITONEfust Phone NE 30611COMPLETELY
benefits realized will be Invalu- Joseph Lledman and Miss
ab'- over the number of lives Blanche .Calloway. once...
1430' N.W. 59th St.
that are snatched out each year
-. for lack of proper facilities and 3'bedroom, 2 baths At this meeting Blanche Cal We do a better job
supervised Instructions for our, oak floors built-in loway ,informed all present as to because-we try. CONDITIONEDTake
children electric the aims and goals of the foundation solvents and special
kitchen, Florida room. It was also announcedthat Cleaning equipment are .
POITIER'S PHYSICAL Radio Station WMBM recognized to be the best.
FITNESS" CLUB AN ASSET 1232 N.W. 55th St. pledged to raise We use them exclusively
$8,000 to guarantee ...And we take the time the family to dinner
two 4-year college scholarships do dry cleaning thoroughly atHAMPTON
Poltler and to
Zeke supervisor
1426 N.W. 58th Terr. for this year's high gently, beauti-
instructor of the Opa Locka school graduating classes. It HOUSERESTAURANT
Physical Fitness Club, is to be was decided that the first fund fully.
commended for the excellent Job '-
raising activity will''' be a teen.
he Is doing with the youths of matinee
featuring the
that area. BARON JE 8-1340 Royals plus El Pauling and his Food Prepared by

orchestra Sunday from 2 to 6pm Chef Martin Crue
Poltler, who many years ago NO MONEY DOWN at the Harlem .
became interested In the development Square. Formerly with
and the appearance of We build on your lot
r the physique, has never lost Interest Arthur Wilde on the Beach
in this healthy vocation I Cash paid for your lot
" and his aggressiveness In the New pickup and delivery Q

face of great discouragement for FOR SALEOnly USE HAMPTON HOUSE
his hobby is now paying diva Service
dends. Poitler says, "I am gladI IF IT'S FLOWERS Convention Hall
am able to interest, if only one Free to Liberty City Area
youth, it will mean one less toget You're thinking of, call usWe $195 Down For Banquets, MeetingsConventions
Into mischief and one more
with a strong body." can help you with any of Buys this 2-bedroom home. Phone PL 9.8452

There are many more with jour flower occasions Clean, newly painted. Move Large parking area

strong bodies as witness by his right in. No closing costs PARK & SHOPCLEANERS
first physical fitness contest re 4200 N.W. 27th AvenueNE
cently; phyical forms and feats no qualifying. Total price
of strength with weight lifting $6,995. $65 month. Only 1 3-0611
and push-ups and other
mortgage. Close to 2 buses.
were drawing "ohs" and "ahs"from William Knighton, Mgr.
wide eyed spectators.
6894 N.W. 7th Ave. Harold Kemp, Res. Mgr.RIJPTURED .
Trophy winners In the senior

divisions were Eugene Collier, $495 Down I
Devlt PoWer and Isaac Hender

sop. Buys this brand new 3-bed-

The Juniors, who were spon- room CBS home in Brown ?
sored by the Jamaica Sam Play.
ground supervisors 'were John Perry's Florist Sub. No closing cost, no
Andenson, Alonzo Jenkins andA. qualifying. Built-in oven and
1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue range, 19" TV set free. PILES RECTAL DISEASES
Poltler, who enjoys his work, Rear screened Florida room n s na
extends an Invitation to all civic Phone FR 4-1205 Dn. lOrwS CLINIC IMI i.w, w ft,
and other organizations who A Beauty! Hurry. Only 1
More Than 30 Years
wish to give their youth this mortgage to pay.
wholesome''training. of Satisfying Service.

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1 r.rf :ABC MORTGAGE range. One mortgage. 'Only 1087 N.W. 75th SU $400 Down $69.47 Month
... ; M493 $695 down.
I I 1421 N.W. 53rd St.300 Down $56.62 Month
703 Seybold Bldg. Evening Phone UN 6.6886

955 N.W. 52nd'St.-$500 Down $82.27 Month

$350 Down 1952 N.W. 52nd St.-$400 Down $75.15 Month
: For this 2-bedroom CBS I

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2-ton air conditioneer. : ,..", .
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price only $10,500. $66 : -
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We have over 200 other ..
We will help finance choice
you your

Fair Realty i iWe are open Saturday and Sundays

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FREE DELIVERY D R U G 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave. ,

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