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 27, 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: UF00028321:00267

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In & shooting spree resulting ------- w
from: ft' family feud, a Liberty IIr
City }husband shot and seriously '4' rl' r

wounded his wife, struck his NW ( I
sister.ln-law in the forehead witha
gun and later was shot and t ; Jr. ,I'I'I '
wounded by his brother-in-law ; "

Tuesday night, according to po- ; tro
\#; :: the
said Louis Anderson of :;!; '
1231 NW 68th terr., was arrested : ; :
on Monday night for as i'fiN1LI
sault and battery on his wife. TIt
Anderson was bonded out of by
jail on Tuesday. About 7:30 his
Tuesday night, Anderson, in a fit
of anger went to the home of rr.
her mother, 6621 NW 11th ave. i6f also p. r ta
Another altercation followed -,
and Anderson shot his wife three v
times in the stomach, arm and ak f n *
leg. Her sister, Mrs. Olive Jones out- : t
was also at the home at the --" ........ ,"'-
time. Mrs. Jones attempted to lIe has been nominated by the
intercede and Anderson struck Department of Florida! for mem

her with- the gun. Anderson then i, .. e bership on the National "All
-- --- American Team" of Post Com-

fled.Police were called and an In. UAllUAllA ANDERSON manders.

vestlgatlon was started. Shot by Husband Under his leadership, VFW
About 10130 that night Mrs. I Post 5693, which is Dade Coun
Anderson's brother, Edgar Har* Jackson Hospital, treated and and ty's only Negro post, has attained -
released. Anderson was also
rte, came home and learned of ,, the highest honors for -membership
treated and relQ in the 5th District.! -.
the incident. Harris became' an to ...
gered and- set out to find.Anderson. Anderson ,was::re-arrested and This' post meets evejry, deco
He found him at-home charged with""'assault 'with' intent 1 I I and fourth Sunday1 6 LOCi' :
and during an argument shot to commit murder. Harris was i the Bunche Park op /
Anderson.! in the thigh. arrested and charged with ag I ter Membership a/pll rEY Mrs. Anderson was taken toTENN. gravated assault. free. welcomed.

".yq 1961 !


TEMPOUA; .. ... ...


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I Woman KillsMofherinLaw HEAD NEW I

Grim tragedy struck again in did not mean to kill Mrs. Armsterbut --- -- -

Miami I last Friday night, whena that It all: happened in a fit VOTERS LEAGUE
51-year-old woman shot and of anger resulting from an and
killed her 79-year-old mother gument. HEARS TOP

In-law, during' an argument at M/s. Armster is the mother of H. .
their home, 1821 r6th- court, Leroy Thompson, who Ls the COMMERCEOFFICIAL
according to the Miami Homi- husband of Mrs. Thompson. He -
cide Bureau. !1 operates a dry cleaning estab
Police said Mrs. Gusste lishment on NW 14th st. near held lly ALYSOtf K. WISH
Thompson shot Mrs. Julia Arm 4th ave. for JACKSONVILLE (Inter-
step in the leg and side, about Mrs. Armster's, body has been stole Press) Officers and delegate -
1:55 Friday night. Mrs. Armster reeaeed: to the House of Albert held : of the Florida Voters
was nuhed to Jackson Memorial Funeral services will be at TrinIty League, meeting In a state con.teren'o *
Hospital where she died at CArE Church, Monday at 2:30: session! last Saturdayand
10:40: the same night, from a p.m. well Sunday here, were urged to
hemorrhage resulting from the A coroner's Inquest and pre- sur take advantage of the many
wounds.Airs. I lUminary I hearing has been set federal job opportunities open to
Thompson was arrestedby I for Thursday, June 1 at 2 p.m. all qualified United States citizens -
police and has been charged in Justice of Peace Ralph B. by the convention's featured
with second degree murder in''Ferguson's! court, 20 SW Third in speaker, the Hon. Franklin
the case. She told police that she Ave, in the Roper Building at H, Whittaker, (special assistant
o to U S. secretary of Commerce
; Luther 11. Hodges.
ConfessesMiami Attended by prominent league

members representing major
the areas throughout the state, the
Killing two.day meeting climaxed with
by the election of a new slate: of
officers, the introduction of new
In S. Carolina pink resolutions and amendments to
the constitution! and a unanimous
'in endorsement from all concerned
'Wednesday a prisoner in a f
col to engage In a stepped effortto
South Carolina jail confessed to .
hos Increase the group's
a lie detector expert that he flred
toward creating a membershipdrive
the shot that killed a Latin gro
I to enlist support
cer January 18, on NW 6th ave. from all sections of Florida.
and 22nd st. Detective Warren
Elected to official posts for a. ,
Holmes returned from Charleston
A biennial term were: Isadora
with the confession signedby SCHOOL Singleton, Jacksonville, president

Marvin Scott. ; Dr. C. A. Cosby, Gainesville t
vice president; L. V. Da-
Scott, 28, and two with other the Ne- STRICKEN JANITOR $868.85 via Gainesville, secretary; Mrs.
groes, were
Eula Johnson, Ft. Lauderdale,
murder of Cruz Jlmlnez, 62 "Nathaniel Major Week" was of paralysis last March 19, and I assistant secretary; E. D. Davie
After escaping the city stockade, observed by students at Palmetto : his doctor ordered him to stayIn Ocala, treasurer, and DernardSlngeton
where he was serving a minorsentence in Elementary School from May bed. His sick benefit began Orlando public: rela-
16 to 19. to run out, and so hU friends tions.
:.i.1 : s Charleston. made possible Nat's week.
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The kiddies took dimes and .Members elected to the boardof
STATE GRAD Evans Hughes, 22, and Ulysses quarters to the school and some Tuesday was his birthday.Mrs. directors at large were: Dr. E.
Salter 27, were also charged -. of their parents and teachers Mildred A. Evans, the principal -i A. Ward, Miami; Atty. E. D.
Marie Cooper, daughter of Mr. with the crime. Hughes confessed chipped In with dollars. drove to Nat'. home at Jackson, Jacksonville; J. P.
his part in the slaying,
and Mrs. C. A. Harrison of 1773 and named Scott as the gunman. But who is Nathaniel Major? i 14015 Van Buren, Richmond Moses, St. Petersburg; Mrs. Es
NW 62nd terr., will receive her Jimenez had a small neighbor Nat is janitor at the school. Heights, taking' get-well and ale K. James, Palmetto; BenWilliams
Barlow James Ham
B.S. degree in education from hood grocery at 2186 NW 6th His kindly disposition and con birthday cards from the pupils: mond Tampa, ; Lewis; Thomas
for the children have
Tennessee State University on ave. He pulled his pistol on I, endeared slderatlon him to their hearts. and $868.85 deposited to his account Live Oak, and Maurice M, Hints,
Ls three holdup men and was
Miss Cooper
an Monday honor May student.29. down, police said I He was attacked with a stroke In the credit union. Orlando. _'






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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 ,/ -<.releflt\.

-- --. .. ;t f. A Holy: Redeemers' parish unitof .dry cleaning/
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; I the Catholic :Youth. Organization ....
selected eight delegates' who
attended the diocesan youth com
LILY WHITES REPORT fercncft on Saturday, May 20, In
the Honey Plaza Hotel, Miami
I Beach. Set.ectedVere Judy Wll-

cher, Ladonnq,, Aehby, Carlotta
n"etti, Paul Wyche, Cassandra
GRAND ASSEMBLY Taylor, Deborah Plessy, Cornellua -
+ i James and Cyrus Jollltette.
These eight persons, are activeIn Q r
Uj MllS. EMMA COLLINS late of the AME Church of Fla. 1 youth affairs. The purpose of
Awarding prizes to Lily 1A the conference was to acquaint
Members of the Lily White White oratorical contest win ;:- leaders with the fourfold plan:
Pallbearers from the Greater MIami ners. C. Blythe Andrews Jr. ;. .:, ....;y which was intended to be adopt y
area report a very success awarded graduates of Lily ed for the spiritual', cultural' social *
ful Grand Assembly held In' White Junior ldepartment. Mrs. and physical betterment of SANITONE
Daytona Beach, April 2630. Ethel M. Broadnax, state junior I .. '. young people., try'
Headquarters was at Mt. Zion director, awarded scholarships.I ....... ICr., : :: t, The principal speaker was Fr.. Brie.
AME Church of which the Her. Mrs. Antoinette Owens. We are r,}, ,.:1'; John J. Conlff, field representative lust .
E. A. Simmons is pastor. All very happy to tell you that one "/;'.':'/.J of the youth department.The We do a better job
business sessions were held at of the winners was frem Miami, I first session started at 11
)ft. Zton The church was beau- I Miss Rosa Bell Roberta, juniorof A2c Leroy Porter Jr., gave his a.m. and ended at 1:00. Lunch because we and try.
solvents special
tifully decorated with white Lily White Lodge 189. She mother, Mrs. Mae Ella Porter followed The second session be-
cleaning equipment are
lined' Rladlo'us and red roses won fourth prize. It's happy congratulations one of the best Mother's Day pan at 1:45 and ended at 3:00.: recognized to be the best.
dally There were over 800 delegates to Miss Roberts. It's gifts she could ever receive The conference was then ad We them exclusively
and visitors attending tlie her first time taking part on a surprise visit home for that journed. ..And we take the time
business sessions. They came such a program. Highlights of day.Airman Youth Adoration Day was also to do dry cleaning thor
from every nook and. corner of the grand assembly and annual Porter is stationed at observed by the group on Sun oughly, gently, beauti*
Florida.' appointment, C. Blythe Andrews, Mountain Home Air Force Base day, May 21. The members received fully.
Program Wednesday night. grand president, It was a largo In Mt. Home, Idaho. His parents communion in a body anda
Lodge of Sorrow. The grand secretary delegation from Miami of the live at 2270 NW 71st ut. breakfast follewed. Each
who called the names of various lodges, attended the Leroy la a 1968 graduate of member was asked to spend 30
159 members who have died assembly.Mrs. Northwestern Senior High minutes In prayer before the
since the last Grand assembly Blessed Sacrament later on that
'tor which the Lily Whites paid Annie Smith, lodge 181 Dorsey ChorusIn
Mrs. Louise Wright, 190 Mrs day.At )
nearly $25,000 towards their ; a Holy Hour that same
funerals.. MarrlMa Owlford, 192} Mrs RecitalThe night at 7:00: the officers of
Eulogy. The Rev. G. J. Aates, Lucy Calloway, Mrs. Eunice the CYO were Installed by Father
AME evangelist: of Florida. He Dykes, Mrs. Sarah Wilson, Mrs. Dorsey Junior High Adam DeMard, CYO moderator,
delivered a masterpiece intellectual Lovlna Brown, two grandsons !li School Chorus will present its and each pledged himself to New pickup and delivery
annual concert Thursday night, I
Juniors Lodge 189, Mrs. Mar.
spiritual. rerve faithfully
June 1 In the auditorium at 8 throughout the
garet Carey, Mrs. Alberttta Service
night, Achievementnight coming
Thursday I year.
o'clock.: Admission students 60c,
AME Green, Mrs. Lillian M. Ethridge,
Allen Chapel
Church,at Hev. S. M. Peck, pastor. Mrs. Emma Collins, Mrs. Johnnie adults, $1.00.Usher's I The officers were Judy Wil- Free to Liberty City Area
cher, president Ladonna
Sermon delivered by the Rev. S. Lee_ Guoln, lodge 129. ; Ashby,
H. Hunter pastor of Allen Several carloads came in Sun. Union vice and; Paul Carlotta Wyche Rhetta, treasurer.feggg.a secretary. Phone PL 9-8452

Temple AME Church, Tampa. He day morning from Miami to wit- The Ushers Union Association .
preached out of his soul. Everybody ness the colorful grand parade. r yaqj
will: meet at Friendship Baptist
There than 30 Greyhound NEED MONEY PARK & SHOPCLEANERS
en loved the wonderful ser were more Church located between 13th and
buses coming in Sunday
mnn. Presenting achlvement 14th St., May 28 at 3 p.m. The $25 to $600
wards for outstanding and meritorlu from all parts of Florida, loaded program will be between Friendship
service was C. Blythe An. with juniors and adults for the Seniors and Mt. Calvary Call PL 8-3653
drews grand president. (imax I It was a wonderful
Juniors The president basking
Frldav night Education sight to aee.Everyone I all members to please be out IDEAL LOAN
Night ,Mt Bethel; Baptist Rev. returned home feelIng and on time. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. 6894 N.W. 7th Ave.
E. C. TlUman. pastor C. Blythe ; fine and all have had a grand t David Hudson is president,
Andrews Jr., first vice president I time. Ah: evening entertainmentswere Miss Dorothy Major, reporter. y0.O - -
presided over the 18th annual held at Bethune College A Rev. Simms !Is pastor.
oratorical contest with 24 Lily I wonderful: place The assembly CEVE
White Junior contestants. Educational held a grand, successful session. LOAN MONEY !

address was delivered IF IT'S FLOWERS
bv Dr. Richard V. Moore. president Deputies appointed for the ON FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGESHOME
of Bethune Cookman Col. Ba t Coast of Florida: You're thinking of, call usWe
Xece. As usual he was very good. Mrs. Margaret Carey, Miami
Saturday night the Rain Bow District::, Mrs. Lil'lan' M. Eth- (cnn help you with any of
Tea and crowning of the ridge, South Miami. The next
Free Costs
flower occasionsPerry's Inspection -
at Bethune College Address delivered grand assembly will convene In jour

by the Rev. A. Leon St. Petersburg 1962. t And Interest Fast and Efficient Service

Lowry pastor of Beulah Baptist District executive board meet
Church, Tampa. ,Bethune Chapel ing is called for Wednesday, y.x ABC MORTGAGE CO. FR 1.1493
: was packed. Following the
May 31 at the home of Mrs.
program at the Invitation of Ethridee, 1712 NW 6th Ct. at 703
Seybold Bldg. Phone UN 6-6886
Prof: Edward Rodriguez, director 8pm. All presidents, officers Evening
of the McLeod Bethune
Mary and committees are requested to
Foundation, more than 600 Lily be present Baelleus of Impor "
Whites went through the home tance. Mrs. Margaret Carey, deputy -
of Mrs. Bethune and saw the .
numerous medals citations and
other trophies, which were delightful

in Sunday 1 c. to afternoon see and very the 26th interest-anniversary ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE BUT A HOME TODAY!

program held at Be Florist

thune annual Cookman parade moved College promptly gym the For everyone. We specialize in 1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue Drive by these Ford Realty Homes

off at 2 pm with 11 bands. If assigned risks, with small down Phone FR
we can find the 'anguage, the payment. Financing arranged 4.1205 and take a good look! We also have
Lily Whites_parade in which Atman: Insurance Agency, 768 More Than 30 Yearsof
7,000 members participated. NW 3rd St., FR 12421.
Annual sermon delivered by Satisfying Service! many others:

Bishop. S. L. Greene, senior pre l I Irr
1550 N.W. 55th Street-$400 Down $77.80 Month

\"? f ) :" Ui.,,< }.' t"; .." :;.;.1 .j\!: !). ...'. .t'. d.>i ,-t'ii ,7...,. 1064 N.W. 75th Street-$450 Down $79.52'Mon h|
at"i. J. t"i'. \ I-d".';:"'' .'t" '.t "" 1 '.' .
'. ," '''. ;::1; :: r/: :: 5612 N.W. 11th Avenue-$250 Down

r .... .. ;!.. ,: . .., \_

: : .- ,.J '"'\..." ,,... .:.,,,'". 1041 N.W. 73rd Street (Nice CBS Home)


(I'. ,::1 1831 N.W. 49th Street-$500 Down

\ ,. '
1290 N.W. 53rd Street

We arrange all financing!

We are open Saturday and Sunday!

We have over 200 to choose from! '

0 We also have duplexes and other income


., If you have an empty lot or any ,land, or an old
'- .

_. -_. .. ., ..... .... : "..-, ..;.: .. '..;. : : 't, .. house, we will accept it as a down on
'!f'.. '"15' .'\'" '\} .... ,- payment
,. ." .. ." >.':\ c.'f' -.. ;: .,
II;H'; : : .. .M ,. '" :,':..'-1: ..., .:;' .JJ6 V home of
any choice.
$'Jt ffl....:.. ... .. .: !:' ".- -, -. .-----r-f\i .. .:., :01.f' .f... ...,. $.-.....;- -. n.........-..".' -,................ kf.. your

Approximately 1,000 people tenants The apartments are some of the cleanest -

and friends and their relatives .=:.- were
built in this with
area private capital,
sorted at a fish fry given on Saturday, and owned FORD REALTY Inc.
are by Harry Markowitz. The
May 13, in the area of the Florence Apartment ,
Buildings (popularly known as management' furnishes basketball facilities
auger Hill) on NW 71st St. and 72nd St. uniforms for baseball teams, and 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559

tween 15th avenue and lAth place. other accommodations for the tenants. .
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PTA WORKSHOPAT order for the workshop planning'
committee to complete Its assign-

( .' i, nunt.
r FLA. NORMAL When asked about the regis
d tration fee for the four day
3 ST AUGUSTINE The 1961 workshop Mr. Harper had thli:
Annua: PTA Worshop will be to say" The entire registration'
hp'd on the campus of Florida fee will be $16.00, which includes -'
i' V .V y Normal and Industrial Memorial room, board, entertainment *-
.rv V College July 912. This announcement and working materials.,
k Persons and delegates should' '
L was made recently; \
by W Kerswell Harper, made to send in advance registration fee
make this one of the most effec- of $2.00. Checks or money or
tive workshop sessions ever to den should be made out to PTA
be held under the auspices of Workshop: Florida Normal and
the PTA Associations Industrial Memorial College.; "

?arm dt V'V a Mr. Harper along with Dr I -
i J San'tey C. Chao, dean at Florida'
Melvin Jackson Post 5693
Normal both are serving as over
w' all coordinators of the forthcoming I
V : workshop. Mr. Harperand VFW Annual
1 Dr Chao stated that effortsare
n.n.m _____ ___._ _'__m...__ being exerted toward seeking I "Buddy Poppy Day"MAY

NEW FRONTIERS DISCUSSED Flori From left to right are: Isadore Singleton advanced tion from local registration\:PTA groups informa in 26.27

da Voters League officers and members of Jacksonville, newly elected state

mat' In a two-day session last Saturday and president; Mrs. I. E. Williams Jackson ----

ville, Pittsburgh Courier representative:
Sunday in Jacksonville! to endorse I
a step Atty. Henry Arrington Miami; Hon I College Students Teachers Housewives

tjeoSup drtfaiiteational program. Main Franklin H, Whittaker; Dr. E. A. Ward

speaker for the vent WftS the ttdn. Ffatik- Miami; Garth C. Reeves Miami and :Mrs. $ $ NEED VACATION MONEY? $ $

lin H. Whittaker; special 1 assistant id U.S. Nelson of Palm Beach Interstate Press

Secretary of Commerce Luther ittjdg. photos") SELL ADVERTISED AVON PRODUCTSIn

joitr community 40 conunlasion. Earn hour
-- % 93.00 an
-- ,'
'" working jvirt time. For Information call Mrs. Harris FR

r t; 'i 1-0407 or NA 13840. Jun24:
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YOtTtt City tioternment turned out to be Mayme Dondul
: James Hilton, director of The prize was an electric wire. p y 1 1 I
the Welfare Parks Department, 'ess shaver. After the prizes H
which Includes. the City Golf were awarded we all went to
Courses, Is a man you should: the 19th hole where Pro Black St. AT MM, 27th AVE.ft .
all know about. He is one of our and his associates poured fifthof
City Officials who has done scotch like it was water and LITTLE Mt> SMe A tot
much to help the Negro. Mr. chicken and .shrimps were passed
Hilton Is always trying to make around. I stopped counting the
better recreation facilities and fifths after It got up to some
activities available. I have where around 16. With all that
known Mr. Hilton for about fire jood scotch being consumed, "CREME "PUFFS"SPECIAL
years and have called him a you know without asking that
number of times to ask about everybody had a ball. Mrs. Mrs. Thaddeus A. Wilson
*ays and means of doing things Grace Maxwell, a new golfer, wishes to announce the engage
that would benefit us. He has always and Mrs. Rebecca Long also won ment of her daughter, Florett "
come through with something prizes In the tournament. Those Marguerite: to Pfc. Edward P. pff'l;
helpful. One of the per oeople: in Tampa really know Hepburn.. The marriage will take $ 69 I
eons In City Government to remember ow to spread hospitality place In August.
is James Hilton. around
Pfc. Hepburn Is the son of Mr. f
and Mrs. Prince E. Hepburn of
TIlE IMJLLY GULLY show at WHAT IS HONOR? That Miami. He graduated from
the Capitol Theatre was a smash luestlon can be answered by Northwestern High, and has also
last Thusrday night. This chow :Charles L. Williams, principal finished Milwaukee Institute, !
is the first stage show that Miami I it Booker T. Washington High Wisconsin
has had in a long while, and School. Last Friday" night in the I REG. HI...
will be presented every Thursday Booker T. Washington Auditor- VFW "RuddyPoppy" I 410Oolorn
night at 11:30 p.m. The stars, ium the citizen of Miami paid I $2,99 a ',
Sam and Dave really broke It up tribute to Mr. Williams for Sale Today Hlk., limn.
up. I thought the house was com his 19 years of service to the ( VALUE t white:t
ing down. Phil Harris, the show school and community There is I Friday and Saturday this .. ,_ Pink llluo
director and choreographer, dida 10 much to say about Mr. Williams week Buddy Poppies will be
fine Job of M. C. and Flip Wilson that it could fill each line available to the public at the FULL 1-INCH SOFT CREPE SOLES"MEN'S"
supplied the comedy (His of this newspaper. eo without a following places; In Opa Lock,
joke abum: will be released bunch of fancy words and pagesof Bunche Park Shopplug Center,
some time next month.;) Sam commendation, I will only Food Fair and W. C. Fields,
Early and hid band kept the say that anyone that has ever 167th St. and 27th ave. Kwlck- SANDALSGENUINE
house rocking and the girls of come in contact with Mr. Wll Check Store, Lenox Liquors, 7-11
the show were just what was Mams has been enlightened on Store, Opa Locka Barber Shop, I
needed in the line of glamour "how to live with and Influencethe Harlem and Dunche Park Cleaner LEATHERr
Next week, the show promises people whose lives you touchto .
to b. even, better. be better citizens and better In Liberty City, Stevens Mar.
persons" Congratulations, Mr. ket and Northslde Shopping Cen
PIU3TTY GIRL of the reek Williams.; ter the MI Cub: and a'IIo, In the
1'In. Grace Maxwell (Coronet downtown section.
Grove) Pretty Boy of the Land of the Free and theDrave" The traditional annual Memolal t III
Sale for
Week: Frank DnDolae (Sir "With Liberty and Day Buddy Poppy
John Drummer) Man About Justice for all" Somewhere Melvin Jackson Post 5693 will I
, Town: Clinton Moon (public relation along the line, somebody goofed! I take place Friday and Saturday,
I expert) Policeman of May 26, 27.
The of the sale Is to
I the Week: Gerald Ferguson purpose
raise funds for the relief and
Doctor of the Week<< : Ben At kinwon. (.fiY1)E KILLENS had to setback .r
I assistance of needy veterans and
the date of the opening on their dependents.
I Screaming Jay Hawkins for one 012IHk.
week because Clyde had to have
TIlE PLAN FOR THE June ., Tan ,
special mikes for Jay. So for
Jamboree, which wilt be held in sure now that the new mikesare EXPERT WATCH AND Hnr., Xnt.
the last week of June, Is now in. Jay will be at the Knight CLOCK REPAIRS
underway. Officials: are seeking Beat this weekend. Clyde will Andrews' Jewelers
pretty bathing beauties, and any
present Blues Belting Marie
303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
one interested can send a pic Knight (formerly Sister Marie
J ture of themselves to J u n e Knight) and Lula Reed then All vork guaranteed
Jamboree Sir John Hotel, 276 Mr. King of tho blues Wynonle 40 Year. 'In au.lr .MFR SKIPPITS-.1$ NSW THE
NW 6th St., Miami. Pries total.
Harris and his ,bloodshot: eyes J-0152
ing $1,000 will be given away. The Knight Beat is coming on SOUTHS LARSESJ DEALER (N
\ For further details, see the ad with Clyde at the wheel. FACTORY
In the Times. ##1611"1"-. SURPLUS AND mREOUL

of Tampa and the Rogers Park asked Club Ml Dowling owner,
Golf Association played the part Charlie Hayek, If he would cash LITTLE CAL'S
of host to the Par and Birdie a check for him, to which the I
t Club of Miami last Sunday. answer was yes. Charlie took ihe 2955 N. W. 54th St.
Thirteen members and their check and gave Willie $66.
: wives took off last Saturday You never heard such screaming! I 0
night in a motorcade and play Willie told Charlie to look :at
ed all day Sunday. Budw.,lser the check again, and Charlie al Cold Beer and Wine
Deer Rep., Herb Galnea had moat fell out. It was for $6,500
cases and cases of Bud and for royallties on his records. Hot Sandwiches
Busch Bavarian on hand plus a With that what else is there to
first prize for the lowest score say but "Live life every golden I i HAROLD YOUNGBLOOD, Prop.
With handicaps, the winner minute of it. PEACE." '. y##" #" " " .

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961Main FREEDOM RIDERS ,,:,:ARRESTED Jr. College Choir I

Well Alabama did it again. Tis' II time It Mont At St. John Sunday

gomery.::: ,
The Dade 'County' ;Junior Col
r .4 Kr Riders" in integrated ''buses. This peaceful group of stu- loge Choir. Northwestern Center,

dents wanted to see just how well the transportation sys. makes its final appearance for

tem was integrated in the deep South. Their. final desti- the present college year at St.
John Baptist Church, of which
Phone OX 1-0421 nation- was New Orleans. the Rev. Thedford Johnson is
N.W. Avenue ,
Office at 0740 pith -
The Alabamans, or some of them had other ideas pastor on Sunday, May 28 at I
Branch at 11-12 N.'V. Third Ave., Miami, Florida Phone FIt 32230 and they started a riot, beat some of.the riders, destroyed 6. p.m. The church is. located at ,i
1328 NW 3rd ave.
II. E. SIGISMUND RKBVES, Editor and Publisher a bus, threw fire bombs into two homes and tried to The performance will be

GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor prevent a church meeting where the well known Martin the direction of Prof, Robert under

Luther King was the speaker. Thomas.
jnta rod as Seon They g'tt> little protection from the police, the gover-
Miami, Florida, under the act of Marsh 8, 1870 Election Time
nor called out the National Guard and Attorney GeneralBob

Member of the Associated Negro Press Kennedy "sent in United States Marshals.. The mob : All members of, Sgt. Daniel W.

Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association: raised ,cain, threatening even the officers, in fact, at least Mullins Chapter No. 39 of the
of them Disabled American Veterans
SUBSCRIPTION RATES one was injured. are
notified that
OrYEAR $4.SO SIX MONTHS $2.75-THREE MONTHS $1.70 The governor did not like the idea of sending U.S. May 27, 8 p.m.Saturday will be election night

Marshals into Montgomery, but there was nothing he time.

could do about it. The Atty. General said they would remain Please come out and cast your
vote. ALso those of
you are
until he was satisfied that they were not needed. eligible for membership are welcome
Governor John Patterson blamed the Freedom Rid- '
week was an important one at the Booker T. "
Washington High School. Apart' from preparation for ers for the rioting. U. S. Judge Frank Johnson blames the Edward Commander H. Hanna., Jr.
Ku Klux Klan.
closing activities, the Washington family presented "Nine-
teen Years in Retrospect" for their principal Charles Leo- Before leaving Montgomery the riders had breakfastat Washington Park

fric Williams, whom they called, "An Unforgettable Per. the segregated bus station lunch counter. They )eft

:son." Mr. Williams will retire at the end of the school for Mississippi heavily guarded. Arriving they were arrested Civic Association

education. and charged with breach of the 'peace, incitinga
term, after serving 35 years in the field Washington Park Civic Assoc
and failure to obey officer.
iation met at the home of Mrs.,
There were special committees' ,'appointed from the We must wait for further developments. Georgia 'Smith, J538 NE 162nd; ,....
101 teachers the and they deseiye credit for a Terr. Important.business'
on faculty "; : The rioters may feel they haye been of, help.tojljeir) t wait

joblwell dheujjfl> *. ......... I tifav"but-alas: :: they have been very;'unhel ful3' ita} h'rr'; r ',""b'e na i'ul 1 'v.'lawn D.r;r party w!#. anr was

The musical program on Sunday afternoon opening country. held at the home of Mrs. Lucinda -
the week's activities was well attended. Neal 1535 NE 152nd Ter.
We thank all of our friends for
There were special events on Monday through
helping to make the
a party a. suc
Thursday, but the highlight of the activities took placeon enforcement officers to deal with
mobs it II
became cess.Mrs.
JUST BROWSIN' law. The bill 1 Hazel Crawford, chair-
Friday night, called "Community Night, when or- was aimed at what Senator Wil
ganizations clubs and other admirers of the principalwere son Carraway termed man; Mrs. Beatrice Nelson, sec
By PAUL HENRY characters" retary; 'Mrs Ruby Castelow, pres
present to join the Washington family in honoring p .... appeared in like Alabama those who have ident; Mrs Shirley Smith, re
If they! porter.
Charles! Williams. Robert M. Morgan, special came to Florida. The bill permits
Joe Hall, superintendent of Dade County Schoolswas auditor for the county reported the mayor of cities any city

,among those who spoke in high terms of the service departments this week that showed Metro's uncollectedbills service Highway commissioner Patrol and to the disperse Florida

given by Principal Williams. Plaques were given him by totalling nearly $5,000,000 crowds. Under the present 1 a w UNITED
the Greater Miami Urban League, the Carver Branch of for the fiscal year ending Sep only the mayor has that right. PERIODIC i

the YWCA, the Adelphian Club, the Bonded Collection tember Hospital 30.had Jackson moat of these Memorial unpaid INVESTMENT

Agency, the Boy Scouts, the Young Democrats and the bills, totalling $4,096,609. The San Francisco Giants I

Sphinx Club. There were numerous presents, cards, tel. The auditor criticized Metro's have offered an 18-year-old Dade PLANSoffer

grams. Among checks he received was one for $1,000 poor control over more than one City$25,000 high school pitcher a t
from the faculty of the 'school I million dollars in inventories. who bonus Charles Pressly, you Investment units
pitched three
I no hitters this in multiples of $2,500 with I
Former season, comes from the investments as low as I II
Ye Editor the Commissioner John
can well understand, and commends appreciation school l that produced
McLeod Jim "Mud-
shown this He has worked with Principal wants to abolish cat" Grant of the j
man. our Metropolitan form of government dlans.. Cleveland In- I $125 Initially.*
Williams in the YMCA, the Greater Miami Urban League, has .succeeded In getting $25'Periodically

and otherwise. Here is a man who was interested in every 60,000 signatures on his petl- The New
lion and has presented it to the York Metropolitan You Invest in
phase of life in our community.Those commission. That body will now Opera Company will not play United Accumulative
of us who remember Washington School as it certify the names and if five the south segregated audiences |in Fund Shares

was when he took charge of it, can well appreciate/ how last percent gubernatorial of those voting election In the Dallas will anymore.have to Atlanta integrate and a diversified, continuously
are orbetterVo managed mutual fund with
he leaves it, in decorum, and otherwise. signers, a referendum will take else investments in over

May he live to enjoy the retirement he has so well days place. in The which law allows to certify Metro the 30 Those two shacks at 620 and 100 American

earned. names. If this 624 NW let
is done an elec court were finally Corporations
tion will be torn down
called for between this week five
'60 and 120 days. years late. A lot of hocus lot and deedptiv' uIUTVIH
r/:= : =
pocus ,
in the City ohbntltw. fill Jo
McLeod is pleased with the permitted the
success he met. He says it will Ings to stand. condemned build WADDELL 6 REED, INe.

Big news this week is that Fidel Castro sent ten not take 30 days to certify all JOHN B. McINBRNRY

prisoners of war from Cuba to bargain with the United the that 14,479 Is necessary names. is to certify The city has ordered police to Dox 1120
States for 500 much needed tractors.. If the deal goes 400 clear from the streeta .300. to CORAL GABLES, FLA.
through Castro promises to release 1,200 prisoners taken It's too we have got to 1959. autos, some einc e "*"* -
during the recent invasion. pay $70,000 this year for van you'd a red sticker ADDRESS.
dalism In our schools. Last,, year hours or It the car In 24 CITY I
Not everybody favors the deal. Quite a few people we paid $54,644, because will be towed away
1, ,. _
w iw
think it will further lower the prestige of the United could$10,680 was recovered. It we --- W3C- :----SS8S8SS88SS8S8883S88S3S88S8 '
only make those who take
States. However, a lot of money is being raised toward a pride in destroying school 4!

the $15,000,000 goal and it seems as if the deal will be property that this money could

successful. Those favoring it are thinking in terms of their be 60 good much maybe better they spent will think for SALE OF SALES

saving the lives of those 1,200 captives. Some argue thatit twice, and cut out the foolUh-

is alright for private individuals to raise the money and ness of destroying things provided '

close the deal but not the United States Government.Dr. for their benefit.

Milton Eisenhower, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt end\ The Florida House of Repre 61 CHEVY

President Walter Reuther of the United Auto Workersare sentatives raise of $200 on Tuesday voted a

heading a nationwide campaign to raise the funds. for our teachers.across The House the board also Brass Hat Executive Cars

President Kennedy gave his support to the tractors- require passed a teachers measure that would Driven by Officials of
for-prisoners exchange, but said the government would and be graded. New teachers tests in GENERAL MOTORS
play no part in the barter. This seems rather strange to cluding those from out of the CORP. _

us, coming from the head of the government of the al state examination must score to 500 be in certified a nation to With Only Token Mileage
United States.
teach in Florida. Teachers
scor SAVE
lag 600 and above in the tent UP TO $1,100
and are graded as being in the
GOOD GOVERNMENT PARTY top 30 percent by school officials JUST A FEW LEFT
principals will ih-
calve $400. The test WILL BE SOLD ON
would not A FIRST
County Manager Irving McNayr on Wednesday was be mandatory for present teach' COME FIRST

guest speaker at the meeting of the League of Women ers SERVED BASIS

Voters of Dade County marking the fourth anniversaryof
Ft. Pierce
the adoption of the Charter. been awarded for contract the construe.has

The county tion of a 190-unit housing DUMAS MILNER
manager pleaded for the formation of ; pro
ject. The citizens
a political party to form support for good government in Park Community were Lincoln pleased

Dade County.A with this announcement.

year from now I will present a definite program for The A Leon Lowery of CHEVROLET

cooperation between the municipalities and Dade County Tampa state president of the

government, he said. NAACP was the main speaker | 4181S.W.8thSt. HI 4-3566
on Thursday at the St. Paul
McNayr has only been in office 24 days. He certain- AME Church Coconut Grove.: Service Dept. Open
I Jy does not want to see the Metro government killed and Midnight
could blame him for that? One hour after introduction of Your New and
who a bill making It easier for law -'. Friendly Dealer

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Mrs. Gladys Garrett, chairman;
SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 PAGE 5 FEMININE Mrs. Rosette Martin, general

___ ________ chairman; Miss Veomia, But
& a. .___________ ,
----------------------------- ': .1 EMPHASIS DAYAll ler. secretary; Rev. A. L. Shipp,

paths, and all roade lead pastor. J ".,.01'."
THIS and V to the 7th Women's \ ." of
Day pro- (
8' ? !$ -i; gram at the New Mt. Morlah A FIRST INFLORIDA : <
Missionary Baptist Church., ,
j' .. ;, ......., ': i' '1; .':: ,,< '. :" 1 t "
:THAT welcome awaits
\*,dN. :.1 :,' 4 Sunday School .4. . 9:30: I The first Negro Color Guard

.,,' ,' <""''"" F. Morning worship ...'. .'. 11:00: Unit to participate in a State
Color Guard Contest was a groupof
morning speaker is Mrs.L.
By RUTH N. POLITE | E. Thomas A native of Miami teenage :boys from Miami, the

she is a great civic worker, a Dorsey Crusaders. This unit was
-- ..-&---A.AAAAd :
sponsored by the John Griffin
-- ----- ---------------- ---- member of St;'-'John Baptist

PORTALS OP EXPERIENCE. case of meeting one's 'self on the Church, and a very active one Post 165 and earned sixth placein
Waste not your strength tryingto way into retirement. principals She Is a charter member of Zota the contest. The' boys are
push shut doors which God Walton Y. Robinson James Simmons Beta Sorority. members of Dorsey' Junior High

Is opening. Neither wear your. Charles Wyche and Ida Musical program . . 3:00Evening : and Northwestern Senior High
1 self: out in keeping open doors Ratcliffe presented a plaque to worship . . 6:45: !
Sergeant John Coaker of the
I which ought to be forever seal Mr. Williams during the Admin The evening speaker will be Metro
ed. Some episode in your life, istrators Testimonial Breakfast Mrs. Aathalie Range. Mrs. Lewis of Safety the Gold Dept.Coaster's and Casey Color
which anxious is Range is also a civic worker and
I over you are held Wednesday morning at I Guard Unit are responsible for
closed. It la in the past. What Phyllis Wheatley School The member of the Holy Redeemer organizing the Crusaders. The
ever its memory, you cannot plaque was an expression of Immediately upon the first Catholic Church. She is an active unit has participated in several
'. change it. But you can shut theI' gratitude for guidance and inspiration sounds of the initial announce member of the Women's contests in Miami.
door. Go into some silent placeof given thent as former ment of the Beauty Contest during Union. Mrs. Range is chairmanof Thanks to Dr. I. P. Davis, post
thought. Test your self respect members of the BTW Faculty the forthcoming Orange the committee of YWCA and Commander Clark, and their
Ask your soul, "Have I emrged' Family. Blossom June Jamboree, .several Is owner of the Range Funeral friends for the assistance render
from this experience with honor beautiful young ladies contactedthe Home. Hear these great speakers ed in making the trip possible.
or if not, can honor be retrieved director of the contest. Firstof
?" And if your soul answers Of all the proud parents and those who expressed their de- ,
"yes", close then the door foster parents who will be in attendance sire to enter is the charmingMiss -- '

of the past; hang a garland over at Bethune Cookman's Hazel Grlssom.

the portal if you will, but come Commencement Exercises will Others who will be the
away without tarrying. The eastis be Mrs. PAULINE ,DUNN thereto
candidates for the title of "Miss
aflame with the radiance of witness her one and ,only .son, Bronze Miami" are Mattie Mc- D
RCHARD PAUL, receive, a BS.
the morning, and before you Kinnon, Gloradean Daniels,
stands many another door, held degree in chemistry, Mrs. Cherry Hemphill, Shirley Silas,

't open 'by the..hand, of God. FLORENCE AMOS music instructor Susie Holmes, Lorene Moye, Sadie -
3wf will ,also, be there\" to seeh9r'i
Little and Carol Terri.
Von :
: protege; BONITA FEROU-
T tfnvereily 'A Sat tt. EOlrf3acelvea'J3( ; "'?:\\degree : in Their pictures, will" appear Jn} I\\\.S./i 'i jtjL
o ; eh, 1.k t music. next we lt's Issue' bf the' Mlahii\ \ 1 A\tl
Congratulations! M la s
urday, May 20, marked the closeof Ferguson will be remembered< as Times. tlEt'
the fiscal year of the Miami the excellent leading soloist in If you are between the ages of tA010tl \
Branch under the dynamic lead Carver's Chorus a few 18 and 25 and would like to
years ago.
ership of Mrs. William Riley enter the contest, clip and fill

Pitts, president. The closing activity GUIDANCE OBSERVERS In out the Official Entry 'blank In

was an Installation Luncheon town seen visiting Northwesternand this newspaper. Details may be 1 1jJJj1I1I'
meeting held in the exec- Booker T. Washington High obtained by calling the director I/il IilNO
David Marks, at FR 3.3381. The I /
utive room of the Biscayne Ter schools were Principals Benthone GET AN ENTIRELY NEW .1
number of official entries will
race Hotel. The main highlightof and Chappie James of Jackson REMANUFAOTURED MOTOR
the meeting was the forceful vllle. They are doing a research be limited so get your application -
of Miami Dr. Rich in at once.Fellowship.
University project on guidance services in
ard Reed's address, "Looking Florida. MONEY DOWN!
Ahead to The Coming Year." Another Tea at

feature on the agenda was JOHN CLEMENTS, who live !
the installation of officers by at 6306 NW 14th court has returned Trinity SundayThe
Mrs. Walter Johnson, They were from an extended vacation r.. 24 MONTHS TO PAY! I
Miss ALICE ANDOR 2nd v Ice in Los Angeles. Mr. Clem Mammoth Fellowship Tea
president; Mrs. WALTER MIL that is being held at the New
ents made the scenic trip by bus.
LER. recording secretary, Mrs. He visited a son, Joseph, whileIn Trinity CMC Church promises to I DAY SERVICEI I
KEITH BBNNETTE, corresponding L. A. M&M: Cafeteria Is hap be an afternoon of supreme en

secretary.and Mrs.Mrs.Madeline Hazel Simmons For- py to have their veteran em- joyment.of Rev E. Under T. Brown the, leadership who presented Prices start at $99. 10,000 milt guarantee. All work
ployee return to work.
tier were highly complimentedfor the plan for the tea, an completed la ou factory to you pay no middleman's. profit. '

special services rendered. INVITATIONS are In the mall unsual program is planned.Mrs. .

Mrs. Simmons was designated to attend The (Safety Patrols Louise Bassey, soprano,
M "official photographer." This I Banquet at the progressive Be from Orlando, will be the guest FREE ESTIMATE !
corner was responsible for the thune Elementary: School on Fri. artist. Miss Bassey is well known
programs placed at each place day evening In the cafetorlum of In the field of beauty culture, having
setting. the school. This promises to bea been named the outstanding ftIg
Attending the meeting were gala affair. What a delightful beautician of Orlando. FREE J

members Caretha Bawl, Mary gesure for the children. Mrs Massey, a member of the
Davis, Lelia ,Williams Dorothy Shiloh Baptist Church is the USI 0' OUR PICK UP AND

Graham, Maude Reid, Mayme A SALUTE TO Palmetto Elementary president of her choir and the CAR DURING DELIVERYQ.
Williams, Dorothy Edwards, School for their gestureof lending soprano soloist. INSTALLATION"
Thena Crowder Gussie Dobbs, kindneses in sponsoring Mrs. Bassey's talents Include
Lemmie Mitchell, Irene Straughter "Nathaniel Major Week" which acting, having played the lead in
Naomi Espy, Marie Roberts, netted $868.85. birthday and such J productions as "I 6etter."
Hazel Simmons, Madeline For- get-well cards for their custodian and 'A Touch of The Flesh" INO.
tier and this' writer. Guests were who suffered a paraletlc stroke Accompanying Mrs. Bassey is EXO\\1\NGE' ,
Mesdames Hazel Alford, Ellen last March 19 and is still at Mrs Lessle Bradley Weaver, M010R
Wooten and Mrs Lillian Foster home, 14015 Van Duron Street head of the music department of N1\110tU L 26th.VENlIE \.226\
who I* a member of the Cincinnati Richmond Heights. Principal Mil Jones High School. N.W, rhone oX
branch. dred A. Evans, the faculty, The program is scheduled for 1400 .
children and parents deserve a May 28 at the New Trinity, '1100 1'.11"
BIO THANK YOU! !II! which is located at 511 NW 4th a.tn. to
NEWS ABOUT OUR.. "E n d St. 1130
Products." At Morehouse College Open
most of our former students
Greetings are sent to Mr. and I
have distinguished themselves in
Mrs. Alphe Willingham 27
places of leadership and academic May ;
achievement. DONALD HOPKINS Mr and Mrs.. J. D, Thomas, May
Merrill Scholarship win
Thank note Mrs. Ida
you :
ner. Is returning from a year of
Barkley is back at her and
post ,
study in Europe; HERMAN ALLEN
and ROBERT YOUNG are oh, so happy because she. was
remembered by you and you.
graduating with honors;
CHARLES BLACK is presidentof
Margaret -
the Senior Class; JOHN B.
Smith and James L.
WILLIAMS, "an early entrantat Bray
non, May 27; Frank Goodman,
the college", is editor of the
Etta Clark, Wllhelmenla Miller,
yearbook "TORCH"; HENRY
VALENTINE has been elected to May 28; Eursla Wells, May 29;
Olive B.
Alexander Elizabeth
the presidency of the Lampodas,
Smith, Walter Goodman, W. O.
the Omegas pledge club for prospective -
Shader, Corrine L. Anton, Doro-
members. Of significance
thy Kelly, May 30; Nelves Nlkel, .
is the fact that the Valen-
tine brothers were "early en Naomi Symonette, Naomi Espy, /M.fft// /
trants." Paulette Davis, Viola Higgs,
Paulette Davis, Gerald Anthony

Here at home North Dade's Williams, May 31.

11th grade student, CHARLES
WILLAMS has been awarded the THOUGHT FOR The Wwk:

honor of participating in the National He that forgets hU friend Is ungrateful -y wr
Science Foundation summer to him. But he who for- r
training program in mathematics gets his God is ungrateful to
at the University of Mi himself.: (Thanks to Mrs. Ethel
Wilkinson for this quotation) .
ami. Other students in the area
have received similar awards
and we shall be publishing facts
about them from time to time. Enroll Your Child Now

KtlKJS n.'VU r'LUvEIt9: are "Adventure P> In W;'' the Arts" What do they mean CLEAN CLEAN, CLEAN?

still being heaped upon outgoing
Principal Charles: L. Williams gnuaThey
Former BTW students who are Fine Art Conservatory A. mean that the crispest, driest martini *T. ,

principals! were loud in
tributes paid to Mr. Williams (Carver YMCA) under the sun is made with clean-tasting --o..
when the Adelphlan Club honor
ed him at a testimonial luncheonlast FLEISCHMANN'SGINtaTIL
week. They were Samuel O. June 17 August 1 (

Cohen, Anthony Gardiner,
Charles Wyche. and Manatee nmuesux out *so ROOF n{ RaS01 M COMIX YOU err'THE

Bannermtn. This was truly a Music Dance Art



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a beginning of the fifth round of
the 6-round main attraction at
BRISTER the Sir John Arena Monday

..oOOOg sbs s sss night. Another large crowd was
present to witness the event.
MIXED BOWLING the creative interest in the Harry Lee Irving 149 V4,
I LEAGUE ORGANIZED sport: should take an upward Pompano Beach scored a TKO

; trend, and the Par and Birdiu over Rahminga, 154 Homestead
At the MI
\ Bowling Lanes last club should soon develop into a in 1:40: of the 5th roundof
I' Sunday, a group of enthusiastic club of recognizable standards' the round aemt final bout.
bowlers had a meeting which
In other bouts on the even.lng's *
in the organization of a DISCUMINATION MUST GO card the following were

!,.... mixed bowling league tentative JUT OF I'GA"Uneasy the results: .
plans are for the league to run .
Jerry Powers 135 Homestead .
{{ through the summer, which will lies the head that won a split decision over Edle 0lp
i j, carry the bowling activities into wears the crown" this has
Ludlow 132%, Miami in the
September. oven so with the heads of the
opening 4-rounder.
;' This is a very fine move to. Professional Golfers Association Levi
' Ford 178 Eufalla Alabama
;t wards keeping alive the interest officials this past week. First I won a unanimous decisionover
N Miami has shown In this latest they were plagued with some of
Leroy Alexander, 178, Mlami -
and. most enjoyable pastime. their top rated players jumping : in the 2nd rounder I I
Y There Assigned! tournament .
was no complacency In Herman
Ponce 119, San Juan
.?\ the minds of those present aa .hen the ever present racial discrimination Puerto Rico scored: a TKO over I
ra 4 ,.,
problem showed iu -
they settled downto Roosevelt Stringer 124, Miamin r
.. the business of electing officers jgly head. the fourth round.
and The errant players were madeto
making formidable
Sammy Mackey 124%, Homestead -
ft t plans to have the league bowl adhere to the rules but to won a unanimous decision
" Its initial game Wednesday night. blot out the discriminatory practices over, Sanford Flores, 128 San
Ted Potter who did an unreproachable has not been so easy. Juan in the 4th round.
: job as secretary ort Charlie Gifford, top Negro A blindfolded battle royal
the erstwhile Excelsior League, gofer, about whom most of the rounded
out the. evening's attraction
f was elected president; Chuck controversy aroused had his own .

t Bridges the treasurer; Kathy version on the situation. Eddlo Eckert was the referee

j Rockwell, secretary and Beasle Quote Slfford "Gary I'layer, a for allot* the bouts.
Richberg assistant secretary. native African can play anywhere Another card will be presented

Potter told the that in this country, and I, an next Monday night.
group was
American, am barred. in certain
present It represented only a "
very small percentage of those places Jolly Friends ClubThe
who gave their assurance of The heads of the PGA are al .
their Interest in the league; butcou'd thts moment busy trying to clear Jolly Friends Club met on
Apr1! 28 at the home
of Mrs.
not be present because of this deplorabe: matter up.
Mae Tucker who proved a delightful :
previous commitments.
OPFICKIt CAttKY FISIIKS hostess. Members were !t 4 4I
Those present were Sam Me-
ON VACATION ten corsages upon entering the
Daniel Williams Zipher ,
Bryant Mildred Philips: Mont'z When Police Officer William short beautiful business living meeting room. members After a

Edgecombe Juanita Tookes Carey vacation ends there will'
repaired to the dining room fora
Campbell, Newell Johnson, probably be mixed emotions on lovely buffett dinner. Everyone
Frank Richberg Phyllis Oppen- : nis part and that of the fish he spoke highly of Mrs. Tuck
heimer, Cecil Nixon Colin P. I nas been hauling in such bounteous er'a entertaining the club
James W. Curtle Brown Eloulae catches. Carey spent moat of
On May 20 the club met with
Griffin This and column Hilda Malone. his vacation fishing and was Mrs. Ida K. Sidney at her home I a.
Is much Impressed
lucky enough to get the big one and she also proved a delightful
by the interest generated in for all) to see and enjoy. We will hostess At this meeting the
the oraglnzation of this league
miss his
generous members planned for Cotton
and hopes that it will be the first
Dress Dansante at the Elk'sRest
step in the approach to widespread
bowling enjoyment. Talented YouthThe NW 18th ave. on June 22.
Two prizes will be given for the
Miami Links, Inc., will
PAR AND BIRDIE CLUB best cotton dress Friends are
spotlight the academically. Talented invited and table reservationsmay
STILL ACTIVE and gifted youth on May be had by calling OX 16984or
27th at Northwestern Senior High Fr. 15041.
The Par and Birdie Club Is
Bertha K. Lewis
back on the tee; in recent weeks .
liable I Daniels reporter.
there has ibeen a complete re Sponsors DanceThe
organization of the club and. It's
now making a prominent bid asa Red Star Ebony and
substantial golf club In this Moonlight Social Club is sponsoring TV NOT WORKING?
a dance at the Harlem
area.Future plans are to bare later Square ClQb. 1000 NW 2nd ave. if you live in Liberty City or
club tournaments and to extendto Music by Williams Band Saturday Brownsville we will repair your I
TV credit. Pay Freeestln2ate
and accept Invitations from June 3. 1961 10 p.m. til on weekly.
Call OX 1-942 Indf
out-of-town clubs. I 2. Admission $1,00 at the door

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Mrs. Lessie Brayboy WeaverHead

of Music;Department, Jones High School, Orlando, Florida ;

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Clyde Killena, popular managerof
the newly enlarged Knight

Beat Playhouse, who is currently

announcing an array of top
name entertainers who will be

seen and heard at the Knight

Deat during the next few weep
in his "Parade of Stars."


._n_ ___ Screaming Jay Hawkins Mar ''<11__.--.........................-..-.__.w_. ..'y;;...._......."", ____
COMING TO KNIGHT BEAT) made by Manager Clyde Klllens ie Knight and Lula Reed are ANOTHER KNIGHT BEAT ond top-notch artists In the

CLUB "Screaming Jay" opens at the only a few of the many favor ATTRACTION "Parade of Stars" which Clyde

Knight Beat tonite, Friday, May Ites who wilj, soon be featuredat Klllens has booked Into the pop.
"SCREAMNG JAY" HAWKINS 26 and will be there for a limit. the popular nlte spot. Klllens Lovely Marie Knight, sensa- ular night spot, "Screamin Jay"

sensational recording star, whois ed engagement only. Plan to be promises nothing but top rated ,tlonal song stylist, currently ..apearing Hawkins opening this Friday.
the first In a series of big. there at the opening by making entertainers, at common .sense at the multimillion dol

+ flame attractions, coming_info your reservation well In advance prices, always with good and re lar Diplomat Hotel at Miami Marie opens at the Knight
the newly enlarged Beat This Is the first time that spectable ofd8r"'"'Where' an evening Beach, will be the next JvfKdllnffttractlon Beat on' June 2, for a limited

Play House at the Sir John Hotel Jay Hawkins has appeared in Mi of fine entertainment can b< at the newly enlarged engagement. It will be her first

NW 6th St. and 3rd Ave., ami, or for that matter, any enjoyed by all. Klllens extend, Cnight Beat Play House of the appearance In Miami. Be sure to
according to announcements where in the State. a cordial welcome to all. | Sir! John Hotel.. Marie Is the sec. see and enjoy her song styling

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JESCA Completes George Williams, Children and cookouts, swimming, arts and
Youth Activity chairman; Mrs. crafts and games for grade

1961.62 OrganizationThe Jean McCarthy, publicity and school children, special afternoonand

1:7A: : ',I' public relations; Mrs. Frances evening activities for teen
AN 4 Jollivette, special education; Mrs. agers. Adults and Senior Citizens
James E. Scott Community
Carl Rhetta, personnel; Miss will have a variety of activities
Association has completed
its organization for the Lillian Kelly, chairman of nom from darning parties to
wd hating committee; Eugeno E. sight seeing tours on their calendar
t 1961-62 year. Officers and mem- Kemp, chairman of Day CampIng Parents who desire to
d= b re : ry : bers elected to carry responeibillty and 'Capital Funds; Attor take advantage of the Day
for the during one
agency in ney Gordon Taylor, policy and Camp program for proschooland
of the most challenging
years by-laws. Completing the roster grade school children are
serving the Community are:
are Dr. Malcolm Ross, Leonard urged to register now. For fur
Garth C. reelected
Reeves presIdent Abeai, Rev.. Nicholas Sileo, Atty. ther information call PL 84791.
( ; Rev. William K. Williams,
Henry II. Arrlngton, Dr. Edwin
vice president and chairman of
S, Shirley and Mrs. Arie Gary
general programing; Dr. G W.

r u'1l .y, Sryyy tf Hawkins, second vice and chair HU.MMKR PLANS "Mr. and MissBrownsville ..
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man of finance; Miss Lillian COMPLKTKDDJBSCA

Kelly, secretary; Mrs. Carl

Rhetta, assistant, and Mrs. J. L. Summer Program, co-

2 W Dixon, treasurer. sponsored by the Housing Authority
Standing and special commit of the car of Miami will The Brownsville Junior High

tees chairmen are G e o r g eKllpatrrlck. be centered the Liberty School PTA has completed a very

chairman of mem- Square Housing Project The successful contest to select "Miss.

; ? bership; Dr. George K. Sands, program will Include activities I Ilrownsvillo and Mr. Browns
%j Senior Citizen and Adult Activity for all age levels A Midget Day : yUle".

chairman; Kenneth Williams !. Camp for pre-school children,

chairman of Day Care Day Camping with field trip, Our first Miss Drown vfJJe Is
the pretty little Carrie Mews of

The Mother's, Club of Jack The King and Queen, together Miss Enid Curtis, seventh grade

son's Toddle Inn and all of their I with the prince and princess sat homeroom Our first Mr. Browns

friends witnessed another spec- comfortably back on the throne ville: is the suave John Marks of

tacular May Day event on the and enjoyed all the rhythmic Mr. George R. ROM' 8th grade.

: dances of their subjects who
beautiful spacious lawn of the '
crowd sat looking were dressed In beautifully gay The coronation ball which is
school. As the
I to honor Mr and Miss
colored costumes.The :
at the beautifully decorated I : : e
will take
'. place on Monday,
throne and listened to the coro hot-cha-cha and the hully :
May at p.m. at the school
gully received a special ovation
nation march, the former king
cafetorium This is the first
from the audience. Plaiting the \ 4s
and queen entered, taking nual dance for Brownsville ,students -
May pole ended the eveningof :
places near the throne from other
high schools admitted
present the crowns to the activities and the queen then
with ID cards
selected the winners of the tripto are Invit-
now king and queen. ed to share this unique occasion
Nassau and the trip to Flori
proceslon proceededfirst The youth are asked drew
The royal da. Mrs Bessie!! Dennis of Opa ::1j t to
with the princess, Saundra Nassau. their prettiest and come with
Locka won the trip to
wrilams In her elegant attire, RS best behaviour to honor this
Mrs. Mattie Green of 1789 NW
'the stately prince royal court.
followed by Florida.
61st st. won the trip to
Next came the
The parents and friends expressed -
handsome king, Lawrence Drown
their delight and won'
walking down the aisle In a der, commended the May Day RETIRING
of all
and last ,
stately manner,
chairman, Mrs. T. Felton, who 'V
and gracious
came the lovely In turn expressed thanks for the
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queen Dana Dorsey Chapman splendid cooperation received ay ,
throwing ,
all her queenly splendor from all teachers, parents and
audience.Her .
kisses to her friends of Jackson' Toddle Inn. t a

subjects, beautifully dres
sed In their spring''' colors and

white suit followed to pay hom Lily Whites Hold
age to their king and queen.
They arranged themselves Into

two groups, one on each side of Regular MeetingThe

throne and sang the coro
song. Lily White Security Benefit .r .5
Association held its regular
The nursery group gave two meeting at Greater Bethel AME I r

rhythm band selections. Mrs. Church with the president, Mrs.

Wright president of the Parents Margaret Carey, presiding. HavIng
Club crowned the king and been led in a wonderful de

queen and presented members of votion by the! chaplain, Mrr. .

the court with beautiful and Odessa Adams, the president >: .
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Thandsome trophies. then transacted the business

; .' The queen who was to receive I meeting for the month. After ,..'.. E'

.a.$150 war bond, donated her finishing we were given a treat 't'! .t

'lift to the school. (Her parent'srequest i by the grand assembly delegateMrs. rif :

The princess who rais- Albertha Green when she -- l-. "_ 1f'ol'L ..", _._ M
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ed the next highest amount re gave an outstanding report on The King and Queen for 1961 Thomas McKinney, son of Mr.
bond. The of the assembly
ceived a $100 savings the sessions 62 of Debbie's Playland Nursery and Mrs. Henry O. McKinney of
received Beach
king and the prince held: In Daytona and Kindergarten, Amos Dix 1965 NW 66th *t. Thomas Is alto
able io get
$Z 5 each cash prizes. Each member was although son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dlx Mr. Debbie' Playland.

The next two contestants, first hand Information to attend, the of 1501 NW 56th St., and Little Rev F. J, Hicks fA retiring as
Jean Rolle and Joseph O. Hay they were gratefulto Sbarlene Rennee Strozier, the You are Invited to attend the shipping clerk from Greenleaf

wood received loving cups eachas assembly. We are very fine daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim commencement program Tuesday and Crosby Co. after 47 and a
for the splendid Mrs. Green for this very evening, June 6 at 8 p.m. atSalter'
special prizes report. mie Strozier, 2946 NW 67th St. half years of service with the
and enlightening Chapel AME Church at
effort they made. chairman Mrs. Fer Their attendants are Vava Marie jewelry firm, but he will con-
Our social the of NW 48th it. and
the corner
Wright commended daughter of Miss Evelyn
Mrs. refreshed us with a de Lane, tinue his service In the ministry
parents of these contestants and guson which was enjoy- Lane of 1234 NW 67th St. Vava 27th ave. as assistant pastor of Greater

all the club members and friends lightful thanks repast to our social committee Is also Miss Debbie' Playland We extend best wishes to you Bethil AYE Church. Rer. Hicks

for their splendid cooperation In Many who is absent in the picture. for a wonderful summer.-Jun3 was ordained elder in 1965.a .

this annual drive. ,


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> #. Rev Rudy Keaton, 'pastor
; : Council Thrift Shop
Deacon and Sister Sidney Le-

Fore: announce the marriage of N.W. 54th St.
their daughter, Nannie Lue to
Marvlne Hines, Saturday, May
20 at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. Clothing for the entire

1..IetoC&creTHE George \Shelby. 934 |NW Blst family, small electrical appliances ...
St Ceremonies were performedby
Rev. Rudy Keaton, pastor of jewelry, toy, s,

Dethany Missionary gift items, books.
Sunday, May 21 the ordination books.
; services of Bro James L. Wil Bring this Ad in for
liams were held at the church. FREE GIFT
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Ordination sermon was delivered I
by the pastor. Open 10-4 Daily
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 1671 N.. W. 68th Terrace We Invite you to attend our "
I Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor regular church services.
PAGE 10 STURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 >eacon Fred Williams, reporter

Sunday School . . 9:10 Liberty City LutheranN.
Morning worship . 11:00
BAHA'I FAITHMiss Evening Service . . 7:00: W. 68th St. and 16th Ave. SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING
St. Peter's A. C. Services are held every Sun COLOREDLet

Olive Alexander, will Church Woman's The music this Sunday will be day In the breezeway of the
conduct the final of a' series of rendered by the No. 1 and 2 Carver YMCA NW 68th St. at
discussions on Prayer at the DaySt. choirs., There will be a sale at 15th .Ave Service time is 3 p.m : $
Baha'l Center, 137 NW 11th ave. the church kitchen on Saturday with Sunday School at 2 p.m. :
8 p.m. Sunday, May 28. The Peter'. American Catholic I afternoon under the leadership Speaker this Sunday Is the Rev. +J r
theme for this session will be: of Mrs. Rolle.
James Bouman, whose theme
Church, 1811 NW 4th court,
"The Power And Purpose of will be !"A Meeting With The
will celebrate: its sixth: Woman'sDay kf
Phone Prayer.secretary The public, FA 1-5420 is Invited for program Sunday, May 28, Church of The Open Door Triune call God."WI" For 71913.further Information ri
information. at 3:30: p.m.
The speaker will be Mrs. Jacquelyn (Congregational)
Frazier. Mrs. Estrla Pet- Rev. 11. C. McDowell, pastorA. TEMPLE BAPTIST
ersen is sponsor, Clarence Saunders reporter
lay reader in charge. RPV I.. A. Thompson, pastor her years! of experience guide
Aaron D Hall PastorE. The young people of the Fellowship Sunday School 9:30:
and life
protect you throughout
Ingram, reporter rendered a wonderful
Morning worship 11:00:
Sunday School....................... O&O: Woman's Day At program at the vesper hour Sun RTU 6:30: as a lighthouse guide the ships Ira
storm. For In business
Morning worship ................ 11:00: day. Mr. Lee was matter of ceremonies Evening worship 7:00: and love. success
Evening worship .................... 7:00 Jordan Grove Members of the drama Evening Service . . 7:00: READER
class of Booker T. Washington PSYCHIC
Plans for the Annual Men's All roads lead to Jordan school gave several selections The celebration] of the 29th ah -CONSULT HER-
Day has been launched with Lee Grove Baptist Church Sunday, Northwestern Junior College nlversary of the church and pas DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
Ross, serving as chairman and May 28, where there will be celebrated Choir rendered the music which tor closed on Sunday night with OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
John Clark, co-chairman. Fifty the Third Woman's Day. was enjoyed by all. This was an the Rev. Herbert Ferguson delhering GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
four captains have been appoint Evangelist Maggie M. Green of effort to help give I scholarships the message. The Re1.1 1.
ed with the help of our mem Miami will be the morning to the summer camp at Avon Hepburn was the speaker at 11 Office Hours:
her and friends we are looking speaker. Theme: Prayer Changes Park. a.m. Both sermons were Inspiring 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
forward to having a great suc I Things. and timely. Thurs. 9 a.m. to
cess. July 9 has been designatedas The public is invited. Sis Friends and visitors are always The 7 p.m.
minister officers
chairmanand welcome: at our 11 and
Men's Day.Poinciana Susie' Wise is general a.m.
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor. service. Our special guest Sun members wish to thank the No. DAILVSunday
Circle will have day will be members ht the Phi 1 choir of TJbenezer Methodist
charge of class meeting Tuesday ANTIOCH BAPTIST Delta Kappa Sorority! Church the Rev. E. A. Culmer :
and congregation of St. Mary's .
night. 10 a.m. 3 .
Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastor There will be a very impor C. W. M. Church, the Rev. J. A.
Monday night, May 29, Ushers tant church meeting for, a few Poltler and congregation of the
Board No. 1 is sponsoring its M. T. Copeland, reporter minutes after cervices
.9:43 Sunday N. T. L. L. S. S. Church for
annual straw ride to Richmond Sunday Schol : and the deacons would like $1.00 UP
Heights, featuring "A Night in I BTU ...................................... 5:30: members to be present as there all their fine cooperation, which made and the encouragement

Nassau." Buses will leave from There will .toe a dinner sale at is a very important decision to occasion a success spltitually; and 23 Years
the church, NW 3rd ave. and the home of Mrs. O. Williams, bo made about your future (financially. I Experience
11th st., 8 p.m. Round Trip 76c. 3246 NW 49th st., Saturday, church home that we are all anx-1|' The pastor wishes to thank the : MADAMHUNTER
The public is invited. May 27 to help raise funds for ious to become a reality. So ibe'1, (loyal members and auxiliaries: I
Let us not forget to visit and. I choir No. 2 anniversary. ThanksIn present so you can vote on this for their splendid] spirit of appreciation I I
pray for the sick and shut-ins. advance for stopping by and history making event. and cooperation. I

ordering your dinner. I The Training Union will serve 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
ST. PAUL A. M. E; The No. 2 choir will be cele dinner Sunday at the home of MIAMI, FLA.:

Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor brating" its anniversary beginning Advertise It Pays! Sister 100. Ruth Thurston. Donation Don't Write-Call In Person

Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter Thursday May 25 at 8 p.m.
Sunday School . 9:30 and closing] Sunday, May 28 at .-r- -- ----- -......... - -;;1"J
Morning Worship . 11:00: 3 p.m. with the Rev. C. J. Bur- J:1': ::: ; ;;::::;:::. __

Evening Worship . . 7:00: ney and congregation of the
New Providence M. B. in chargeof The Finest Apartments at Moderate .Rates Call
Our Sunday School was as the anniversary, service at -
usual with our pastor deliver this time Come out and enjoy
ing the morning message. yourself, with us.! ;'
The pastor is asking choir No. Let us pray for and visit the BONDEDCOLLECTION
1 and usher board No. 2 and sick and shut-ins.
the entire congregation to accompany
him to Mt. Zion, Opa ST. MATTHEWS
Locka Friday night. The Pastor
Aid Board held its meeting San Rev. :I 1. F. Clark, pastor
day. Rev. J. E. Munroe, reporterThe LL! i

The Excelsior Club will hold second Sunday in June at
its regular meeting Sunday at 8 p.m., is our annual treat to rS
the church. the public This is our way of h \
Stewardess Boards No. 3 and saying thanks for your support r
4 met jointly in their montnly during the year. It will be a AGENCY Inc.
meeting.Rev. great songfest with ,singing at
J3annerm was our Its very best. You will hear classics ] 1
guest speaker for the night semlclasslcs, spirituals,
service jubilees. Soul-piercing songs
will be rendered by the No. 1 The largest collection and rental '
The Pastor's Aid chorus will choir conducted by Bro Mike
rehearse every second and fourth Ferguson, choir No. 2 by Rev. in the
Wednesday night. Allan Ferguson, the Junior agency ; operating in
Rev. S. L. Gal and congrega- choir by Deacon J, G. Smith, the
tion will worship with us Sunday mighty Southland: Singers, and Dade and Broward Counties'
night for usher board No. 2Mrs. the famous Echoes of Zion by

Ruth Mack is ill at home, Rev. J. E. Munroe, and the great Negro Housing 4
Please vi4it the sick and shut soloist, Marion 'Williams. areas
ins. > t L. I L
Don't forget the date and President
place, June 11, St. Matthew'ss MANAGING AND
Baptist Church, 361 NW 17th
Committee St. No admission charges. t 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. You are always welcome to
Rev W. F, Savoy, pastor hear the gospel preached by our BROWARD COUNTIES
Sunday- School 9:30: I pastor, the Rev. N. F. Clark, the : .1
Rev. Ferguson, the Rev. Brown
Morning Service 11:00: and Rev. .Munroe. All roads J
Evening Service . . 7:00: lead to St. Mathew's. .
Wed. Night Study' . 8:15: : tJ1l(_ .

Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. .

We are happy to have as our 171)j.CY
P. W. Williams, pastor
Women's Day speaker this Sun- ,
day Mrs. Mrs. Burnecta Green, reporter
Thelma Harris 'p
ger of representatives of mana Avon Sunday School . . 9:30: 'm! --
Cosmetic Products. Morning Worship . 11:00: .
service will begin at The 11:00:morning BTU . . . . 5:30: I 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
regular time; and there will bea Evening Worship . 7:00: ,

tea on the lawn from .4 to 6 Sunday, (May 28 at 3 p.m. the. MAJN OFFICE
in the afternoon. There will be Men's I \
no evening service. coring a musical program is at spon the 2060 N.W. 75th ST. ................ PL 8.9827 11019 N.W. 6th ST.

General chairman for Woomen'e church. On this program will be S 3801 GRAND AVE. ............._ HI 6-1381 Ft. Lauderdalt ......._... JA 4-S8S7
Day 1 Is Mrs. Susie Daniel. the Green Art Singers of Belle-
Mrs. Willard Thompson Is co- glade, the Williams Inspirational 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. '''''''_ NE 5-1461 339 HAMMONDVILLE
chairman; Mrs. Louise Edwards Gospel Singers, also of Belle- RD.
Is presiding officer for the day. glade and both choirs of St. e 1675 N.W. 2nd 8t OX 1.44" Pompano "-"_..._ WI 3-1236
The Steering committee: Mrs. Luke. .
Wlllard Thompson, Mr*. Spero Also Sunday Is Ushers' Day at : 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE.Prrrine Opa Lock MU S.0117

Coklne, Mrs. Louise Edwards, St. Luke. The junior choir will I _....... CE 5-3553 I 14460 N.W. 22nd AVE.
and Mrs. Louise Fanlel sing at the morning and even
We encourage all membersand Ing services. You and yours are 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue
visitors to share in this Invited. Pray for the sick and FR 3-8416

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MAY 27, 1961 PAGE 11 The Goulds Chapter of New ffSn ,. j
Farmer of America held its an h
nual banquet Thursday night In

the cafeteria. Awards were pre-
forthwestern J. W. JOHNSONThe sented to NFA members who

egins September PTA J.held W.its Johnson regular Elementary meeting made ments during outstanding the past accomplish;year. BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe 'j'

ursing ClassThe Monday at 7:30 p.m. J. R. Bow receiving recognitionwere '
ens, pr ldlng. The speaker for !Alvin Finley, chapter. Star Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
( next Practical Farmer
Nursing the 'evening Arnoldof ; (Otis !Armstrong, farm
was Wayne
ass will begin In September. Hialeah mechanics; Sylvester Cooks, soil 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376

Applications are being accepted) A contest, which the Daddies water management; Rudolph
ow. Interviews with applicants Club sponsored culm luted durIng Givens, farm-home Improve- Alna Tranquil Long'aid Hair

Rre held on Thursday and Frl- the meeting. The drive, around ments; Clarence Stringer, public Tablets ...................... l.va Dressing ...........H..... 1.00
lay afternoons from 1:00 to I trip to Nassau, was won speaking; Henry (Mitchell, dairy Madam Walker Thins 9nper

}:15 p.m. at Northwestern Senior I IIh by Victor Cheetham.Our farming, and Doss Kendrick, rural Ointment ................ .....00 Reducing Phui ........ 2-08
[| School in room 249. annual school closing extravaganza electrification.Mrs. Pooler's lk'rltMlont SSS Tonic ........ 1.45 2.85

Applicants must be citizens off was held Friday Jane Roberts, chairmanof Hair Dressing ............ .C3Cardui Swamp Root ........ .'13 1.83

the United States, at least 17 night on the campus. The audience the Board of (Public Instruction ......................... 1.Father John ........ .75 1.85
tears of age, must have com- was enormous In spite of of Dade, Leon Major, farm Earrings ........ .10 to .70 pro
'eted at least two years of high the Inclement weather. The play : er, Leon Lacount, business man The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
ager, and Edward Hurst business -
chool education or its equiva depicting the "Origin of American : ,

ent.-Jun 10.IETHUNE Dances and Music" was I manager of Dade County OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY 8 A.M to 10 P.M.
Schools, received the degree of
unique and
original. The child
ELEMENTARYMany ren's Improved[ Honorary Membership JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
performance was superb.
In Goulds Chapter for their out
The script written Mrs.E .
was by
patrons and friends were standing assistance and guidance
N. Starke. It was creative and
resent last Thursday to witnessur to the local chapter.
Imaginative. Mrs. E.
Dean chair
> annual Color Day activities. During the past years, Mrs.
Many pupil'and faculty mem- man of the commtttee, workedpersistently Roberts has been active in help.
to make the affaira
ers were donned in the colors ing the chapter with acquiring
>f app'e green and canary yellow The huge success. an additional 10 acres of land
Most attractive in their were beautifully to be used by the Vocational
designed !by Miss S, Osborne.
ittlre were Walter Sims and Agriculture Department.
Mrs. C. L. Arnold served tho
[hrlstln Weems, who were cho- as Clarence Stringer welcomedthe
ien King and Queen respectively. guests and Mrs. Rebecca Mc
Mrs. E. G. Primus
Walter is a first grade pupil of ; Kay responded on behalf of all
Miss S .A. Osborne
Mrs. Bernice Kemp's and Khris- parents. Introduction of guests

In, a second grader whose teach was done 'by a fellow honorary
;r Is Mrs. Martha McKenzie. Israel 3 Win Awards at New Farmer, James Simmons,
Johnson and Antoinette principal. An official researvch

ookes of fifth grade were run.er'ups Curley High was made by the adviser, Hubert .

in the contest. Judges Thompson. Sylvester Cooks,
for the contest were: Mrs Hen Cornelius James, Carroll Williams reporter.

lerson, mother of Mrs. Jacquelyn and Paul Wyche each won 157 ( /4
Crosby, Mra. Flowers, art awards on Friday, May 19 at an SI SWEKTIIFJAUT FREE DELIVERY DRUG
consultant, Dunbar Elementary Awards Assembly at Archbishop Dorothy Elizabeth Moore was

and Mrs. Blacknelr, art consultant Curley High James and Wychewere fleeted NFA Sweetheart for the
Orchard Villa and Holmes awarded certificates for school year by the members of

(Elementary Schools. Notes In heir ,scholastic achievements. the Goulds chapter at the regu HAROLD JOLLIVCTTB, ManageriIL4.i
([appreciation are extended these Williams received a letter for lar meeting/ held in the chapter

{women for having served as his activity on the Varsity Basketball room last Tuesday.
judges for the memorable team and also being! the Dorothy is a sophomore. She
sian. high point man on the team.B. will represent the chapter In the
NFA Sweetheart Contest which
Frank Woodard and Miss
T. W. HIGH SCHOOLThe will be held in Hartow Her parents
Barbara A. Howell, physical ed- .
are Mr. and Mr. William
ucatlon, are to be congratulatedfor wcek-long tribute to Moore of Goulds.
[ letting the entire Bethune
Principal Charles L. Williams
family share in the
enjoyment of Is history; but echoes of out LIBERTY CITYOn U
the activities of their depart-
standing, grand, thoughtful and
mente Mrs. Nellie Barr Wilder, just plain nice still resound in last Tuesday we were all
too, who served as chairman for the community. overly enthusiastic over the fact
this observance along with the that Jack Darnel, zone read ,
rest of her committee are to be Senior c'aos activities are .underway Ing teacher, was to visit with i
congratulated for such a splen Make a notation on us. We were pleased to have
did presentation. Mr. Cogdell your calendar to see the senior him share his invaluable insight
applauded everyone who participated clars play "Three on a Bench" relative to coping with remedial .

and those who helped to In the auditorium idly 25 reading problems.We ,
make this affair another success. The commencement Hermon will were especially elated over

The curriculum committee, b-H delivered June \\4 ul 5 p.m. at the anticipated success of "Pol.
Mrs. Evelyn S. Williams, chairman Bayfront Park Auditorium, low The Sunset" a vividly
is to be highly commendedfor Commencement is Friday, June peopled) musical at the school

such a splendid professional 9 Three proud young peoplewon And, as had we expected the
meeting which they presented ''Prizes in tho annual Declamation i musical wa a big success, A y
Tue day. Contest which was held special thanks is sent to the

The regular meeting of the May 18. Patricia Kelly won first Fine Arts Conservatory :for its l

PTA was held Tuesday, May 16 place with her rendition of representatives at the school
In the cafetorlum. "Casey at The Bat," Mary A special bouquet of roses are ..

Walter Cogdell, principal; i Lee Hylor with "The Creation"won sent to teachers? F Henry, E.
Elliott J. Scavella, reporter I second place and Carey A. Atkinson, A. Pittman and E.
Gho'ston won third place with Sands.

ULUE C. EVANS his rendition of The Hell Bound Little Irene Edwards Is presenting v rw too* wssot ww, r* A lbd"r6.

Train." All participants In the her weekly children's fsr MAM TUM lUTtt .O. Box 3457-F2 Ssvsnnsh,
ton H tteM
Jacquelyn Hutchlns and Rudolph contest were ninth grade students. theater group over WMDM Bun- Gad

Hutchins were crowned Miss Elmira Fannin, sponlor day at 7:30 a.m. Let's not for
"King and Queen" of our annual of the event stated that this get to listen to these young

Spring Festival. Jacquelyn would be her last year of sponsorship. thespians In a dramatic production T -a.-
Is a 6th grader from Miss John The contest committee on Memorial Sunday.
nie Allen's class and Rudolph Is deeply appreciates Miss Fannln's The Primary Musical, I On Mid- Not a Palm Readier Not a Fortune Teller

a second grader from Miss lupport throughout the years. summer'" Day i I. to be presented Not a Rootman Not God Either But
Alexine DeLancy's class. Queen Sponsor, please! on June 1 In cafetorlum. Adults
Jacquelyn and her "little" 50 cents, children 25 cents. JUST A GOD SENT MAN
brother were chosen by popu At the Carver YMCA, Under the directorship of

larity vote from the entire student mother-daughteer Mothers supper and was teachers: Sara Cherry and MaryL. Rev. Shepherd Bogaetora
held tMay
body.At Thomas, the professional
daughters from North Dad e,
our last PTA meeting we committee presented Mm M. tiAvn
Northwestern, Brownsville and you a problem?

were enlightened through a. BTW attended this event. Servo Shindelman, department of ; '..... 100. .. IlA panel discussion, about the activities ing at the supper (were five students guidance services, to the facultyon .";,.",:/' 'V/" ',....,,_y. .;,.:,"Y.z.--/W /
carried on In the Jueven- from BTW Catherine Tuesday, May 23 in the cafe Can't win the man

lie court and at the Kendall Audrey Thomas Gerda tori um.. :%t or woman you love, laser
Youth Home. The panel included Graham Teston, Amelia Dunnell and Mrs. Mary Ford Williams, principal Crossed, Need Money,
; Denis R. Thomas IV re
Daniel Mass, Dewey Knight
Mitchell. more
and Mr. Gabriel Following the such days for fathers, too. porter. ,,,; I very thing Going Wrong?

discussion was a question and His day is coming up In June, : Health Ibul? Can't Satisfy

be answer very period informative.which proved to how about it? Fine Arts to Get j';s Your husband or Wife?

Ail boys and girls who participated Last Saturday night, gym boys Building GiftOne r Want a New lIome or Car?
In the Declamation con sponsored a night club dance in of tho two "Interracial I

test are to be commended for the gym. It was truly a treat as Mothers of the Year", Mrs. Pat -
the fine speaking abilities that they had the tables and chairs Sonen announced recently that

they displayed. I'm sure the arranged to give students that"atmosshere" she has presented her award i91 SEE ME TODAY
Our newspaper -
found the decision a tough
judges to the building fund of
one to make In choosing the first wins again! The NationalConference the money Fine Arts Conervatory Never before In the bUtory

second and third place winners. of Christians and Mrs. Sonen, wife of the ministerof of Miami, have so man 1IM'OOI.le
The winners are: Stella Smith, Jews presented the Washington- the First Unitarian Church of been hel'Mxl by this
and Barbara Robinson inn a parchment certificate for "' '' +
Gaiter wonder
Randy Miami and mother of fire child great man.
the best all round coverage dur-
ren. Is the youthful director of r"
Congratulations and many tag the Brotherhood Week activities the Modern Dane Dept. ot the III K It costs nothing to
thanks are In order to the boys The contest conservatory In the Carver YM
and girls and the able judges beat editorials, Lest features and building. She will be the guest come in and talk
In the Oral best profiles on brotherhood.
who participated speaker on the school's weekly
Reading contest which was held I Barbara D, Bush, associate editor -I radio Sunday, June 4
recently in the library. I spearheaded the work to win I at 11:30 program a.m. over station 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt 1 FR 9.9138IAPPENTNTGS
this award As you read this
1 column Awards Day will be history WMDM... In Key West Every Tuesday at 708 Angela Street
'' '" '"-
Melvin Jackson Post 5693 I for 1961. The event was
held May 25 In the auditorium. Young Democrats In Opa Locka at 16101 N.W. 27th Avenue

VFW Annual -Delor s Lanier. ANNUAL BOAT RIDE Every Friday, Starting April 28

9 a.m. until Phone NA 1-7120
i "Buddy Poppy Day" Tuesday, July 4

MAY 26-27 JOIN THE NAACP! -........ ---



PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 Broward
J ,. .. sad but loving memory of Walter C. Bradley of 1030

our mother, _.......... NW 1st were court held, died in May the 17.chapel Services : County

May 22. Rev., Otis Mundy off'
I 1.1# wCARDS MEMORIALS elated. A native' of South Caroline NewsBy

he had lived here for 39

y FIt1 V years and is survived by his
widow and two daughters.
i' CARD OFTHANKS' I I Walter Bowo

s Elias Williams, a resident far
AVe, the family of the late I 30 years died May 17. lie is survived : -
.ANNIE BELL THOMPSON by a friend, Claude Thomas The C. W. H. Fire Dept. meets
:'. wjuh to express our sincere Chapel servies were con Monday night, May 29 at the
\ thanks and appreciation to the ducted May 19. Chamber of Commerce Building
many neighbors and friends who
were so very kind during our Horace G. B. Cook of 1336
hours of bereavement. Thanks NW 2nd Ave., died May 18.
I The (beauticians of Broward
fof, your cards, letters, telegrams, Chapel services were conducted Hal-
flowers, and all other other kind May 25. His survivors Includehis County, West Hollywood
landale, Ft. Lauderdale and
gestures of sympathy. widow, Mary, two. sisters and
i y; Claudia T. Jasper two. brothers. Pompano are attending the Or-
?i Eloulse Thompson, Dghts. ange Blossom Beauticians Con
1 I
vention in Lakeland which began
.. Lawrence R. Thompson, son Mrs. Julia Armster of 1821 -
I i(4 May' 21 to. 25. Mrs. Eleanor
NW 6th court died May 19. Services -
V Bowe"; president of the Beau
\ CARD OF THANKS will be conducted Monday. tician Guild motored up, and
May 29 at 2:30: p.m..at Trinity
along with her Mrs. Mildred
1 J / CME Church, Rev. E. T. Brow;
The family of the late
'I. w James, "manager of E'eanor'sBeauty :
( EDWIN ALEXANDER LORD officiating She is survived by a ,
Salon and Mrs. Freddie
,: wish to take this method of expressing ---. son, LeRoy Thompson with] Mae Craig, operator, and Miss
their since thanks and k4i whom she lived and a faster
1 : MRS. ELLA B. KNOWLESwho Leteria Brown of Hallandalewho
appreciation to the many friends daughter, Miss Nettle Armstei owns her beauty shop
and contributors during their departed this life May 17, She will lie In repose in the

hours of bereavement. _. : -*-, ...."" 1958. chapel 2 p.m. Sunday. Also Mrs. Lamarr went to
Special thanks to the Rev. L. r May she rest In peace. Lakeland. She operates at Mar-
A.'. Thompson for hLs consoling Mrs. Bessie Davis, of 1986 Idella Lowe daughter Francis gret Edwards Beauty Salon in
sermon, and to Temple Baptist ]NW 57th St., died on Thursday, Clarkee Lowe West Hollywood. '
Church, Mr. Arthur L. Evans and May 25, about 1:30 p.m. in Jackson -
chorus of Northwestern Senior Hospital, aftefc being ill Mrs. Celestine Hill Benjamin, Mrs. Fannie Williams, president -
High School, Mrs: Doris Hutches6n since the beginning of the year. 720 NW 2nd ave., died at her of Beauticians Unit 36 and
and History class of North Mrs. Davis, a native of St. DEATHSRange. home on May 18. Services werhe'.d owner of Vogue's Beauty Salon
western: : Mrs., Mary? Johnson, a Matthew's S. C., and formerlyof : in the chapel May' 21. The in Hallandale, and teacher at
friend of many years, Mr. end Sanford, came to Miami in, body ,was shipped to. Valdosta, Ceasar/s School of XJosmeJolpgy.motored :'
Mrs. Livingston Burrows'and. 193r>'and for many years lived na. tot: final ali1'f: tQ!I. Survlvol'l1' "Ir In.lbaf''hef' ,, ;) up Jackie Singleton\
fjRnry for untirring service. at 340 NW 14th Terr. ( ; went along with Mrs. Williams
Many thanks to all of you. She is survived by her hus They reported Sunday that they
The Stevens' and band, Hosea Davis, a daughter, Will Hines, 666 NW lth St., arrived safe.
Mrs Sarah Lowder of 21635 S. died
< May 21. Survivors are his
Lords Family Esther D. Walthour of Savannah,
Ga., a son, John II., of the Davis Dixie Highway, died May 22. A wife, Margaret a son, George, i a
native of Hawklnsvllle, Ga., she sister. Mrs. Maude Mason, and<
CARD OF THANKSThe Printer, four grandchildren, lived in Goulds since 1948. Services a brother Sam. Arrangements are The great Carver Ranches
and other relatives.
will be held Monday at J 3 incomplete.Mrs. Bears defeated the Hallandale
family pf the late, Funeral services will be held p.m. in New Bethel AME Church Dodgers 11 to 7 Sunday, May 22.
Saturday, June 3 at 2 p.m. from SheIs It was agreed by the two. mana-
with Rev. Dixon officiating Georglanna Valdez, 1322!
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church Rev.S.
survived ,by two. sons, Rev. J. NW 67th st. died May 22. Ser agers that the team that lost
A. Thomas, pastor.
W. Lowder and John Thomas;; vices will be held Saturday, May the game would become a farm
six daughters, Mesdames Lilll 27, 2:30 p.m. in St. Matthew's! club. James Bivins is managerof
IN MEMORIAMIn Mae Wimbush, Bessie Travis, AME Zion Church, Rev. Pridgen, the Bears

loving of sister '3uo.nsrra.xv Xqnu aJuvo eneqBp officiating The body will foe 01
memory our Charity Fletcher and Albertha view in the chapel Friday after.

Anderson, a brother, 33 grand noon She will be taken to. Key The Senior Usher Board, Junior
children and 3 great grand West for final rites. Services; Usher' Board and Missionary
children. Friends may call at will be held in Key West May Society of New Macedonia Baptist
f zSza the funeral home after 1 p.m. 28. .Surivors are two godchildren Church are sponsoring a

bp Sunday.Mrs. Mrs Anna Delavoe and Mrs. "pie walk" Saturday, May 27 at
," Ellen Sanchez; three slsters-in 6 p.m. until, at Carver Ranches
F Tp ; Mabellena Finklea ef! law, Mrs. Gertrude Williams Park on 21st St.
aY 2977 NW 63rd st., who formerly Mrs. Hortense Munnings and
Y lived at 2412 NW 57th st., was Mrs. Eva Hilton, three brothers The public is Invited to. attend
pronounced dead upon arrival at In-law, Phillip Hilton, Juan Val this promising affair. You will
Jackson Memorial Hospital May dez and Andrea Valdez. enjoy the amusement as well as
23. A native of Brooks County, the tasty ingredients of the pies \
Ga., Mrs. Finklea lived in Miami Baby Boy Dennis, 1964 NW 5th
for seven years. Surviors are her place died May 20. Graveside Mrs. A. O. Henderson, pro.
husband, Ezell, a daughter, Janice services were held May 25. HIs < gram chairman; Rev. N. H. Phillips .
.s a son!! Ezell Jr., her mother, survived by his parents. pastor
r. r# # Mrs. Jennie Stokes, three broth
ers, Jimmie, Rufus and Morris
Stokes and two sisters, Mesdames -
b Doris Bryant and Earline NEW! DIFFERENT!

Jones Services will be held Sat < ''< .
MRS. PEARL CLINCH urday at 10
a.m. in First Bap
who. passed away .April 23, in list Church of Brownsville with 'P"-: .'" i
Brunswick, Ga.;, wish to. thank w Rev. E. P. Brown officiating
the friends and relatives ,. ,. '
many .. "
Mrs. Finklea is now in repose ;...
who. sent cards, letters, telegramsand In the chapel' "" .; .' i,._ "'......_..
flowers in our hour of be- -- '

reavement. Special thanks to. JUANITA JOHNSON Mrs. Emily 13. Thomas, 6414 .< .-:::;i4i: ',<,.,;::..':%' y 1812 N.W. 51st St.
Rev. Brown and Mt. Tabor family
NW 15th ave. died May 19. A -.r
who departed this life May 10,
for everything and Rev. Maconof native of Qultman, Ga. she lived $495 Down $88 Mo.
was a loyal member of 2nd Su -
Locka also
Baptist Opa
here since 1936 and for
No. 4 International Free
preme HouseAND
of and
neighbors 71st Terr
than 22 served No
and Accepted Modern O.E.S., years as president QualifyingNo
Golden Glades Drive, Opa Locka.
of the Deaconess Board of
notified headquarters home of
Sylvia Butler, daughter Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. She Is VILLAS Closing Costs
Doretha fice in Detroit, May 17 check
Lampkin, daughterL. survived .
by her husband, Deacon
was back on May 19.
Wesley. C. Clinch Clinch, son Gone, but not forgotten I. T. Thomas, a sister, Mrs. 4200 N.W. 27th Ave. Large 2-bedroom CBS with

son Sis. Mary Arline, W. M. Thomas and two. brothers, William enclosed
and tile
James E,
Clinch, son garage
and R. R. Hall. Services Phone NE 30611COMPLETELY
Sis. Andyno Bradshaw A.M.
Henry Butler, son-in-law Sis. Catherine Parker,, Sec. will be held In Mt. Sinai Baptist roof, oak floors, refrigerator

Crosby Lampkin' son-in-law Sis. Annie M. Green, Trea.s.IN Church Saturday at 1 p.m. The stove, air conditioned
Rosa B. George, sister
body is on view at the chapel. AIR
Ada Clinchsisterinlaw' r and fenced. One mortgage.

.. MEMORIAM ,Mrs. Mary Ivory of 1475 NW CONDITIONEDTake -.. -
:, IN MEMORIAM 57th st., died May 20. She came
In sad but loving memory ol to. Miami 14 years ago from Tal e 2831 N.W. 66th
., In sad but loving memory of my dear husband, lahassee. Services wil! be held St.
our son and brother Saturday at 4 p.m. in The the family to dinner $595 Down

eaww .'..,,.,,.v, w Church of God in Christ Temple, atHAMPTON $84 Mo.
aaayaanu NW 3rd ave., with Elder Jacob
Cohen officiating She is eurvived HOUSERESTAURANT Beautiful, 2-bedroom CBS

by her mother four sisters large Florida
r room car-
1. and
Mrs. Ivory
; Is now in repose in the chapel. Food Prepared by porte, furnished kitchen, no

Chef Martin Crue closing costs, no qualifying.

IN Move right in.Coconut.
1\C.. Y MEMORIAMIn Formerly with

i S a loving memory of my dear Arthur Wilde on the Beach _

husband Grove
S who. departed this life on May
,, 28, 1956. USE HAMPTON HOUSE 3135 1"'. 3J47 Munday-

Gone, but not forgotten. May Convention Hall
he rest in peace. Two Duplexes '

sq Mrs Anna Wells wife For Banquets 'P.feeting.Convention. .
And four
FamilyTAXES 2-bedroom CBS units.

100 x 100 foot lot. Only

TROUBLE Large parking area $1,500 down. This {I. a ter-

r: inc buy for the person

+,J Talk With 4200 N.W. 27th Avenue who wants to make

.. money.
-- ------ --
A r The Taylors NE '30611William ; -
;"J who. passed away on May 30, Knighton Mgr. CASH FOR YOUR LOT
/ ;' CONLEY WILLIAMS JR. 1956. FR 9-1703 ,

',l,: 1966.who departed this life May 25, light May perpetual he rest In shine peace,on and him.may 1454 N.W. 3rd Ave. Harold Kemp, Res. Mgr. ilL 7-845C 283 NW 79th St.THE .

I .. The Family Mrs. Frankie Shumake, wife Jun3 I : ..:' _. i

JI I r


SALES MEN or women. Statewide
MAY 1961
JIRNISHED APT. and rooming builder needs sales'minded is really a lovely placeto ; ),
use. OX 1.4514.ARTMENT Invite your guests says Mrs. _
persons experienced In building wm.m. mM m __ .
Held or real estate. Complete Esther Scott: She and her bus- UWC"\IU UU un Ull'1 UU l1I'U UIU UU lDU UWIPI\BrL -.:

Two bedrooms. training program. No license re- band, the newly elected PTA s 'ti'1
90 NW 32nd Ave quired. Commissions. with draw. I(president of Dorsey Junior High
9201 NW 27th ave. OX 18932. (I School, distinctly expressed a ,
?Q BEDROOM Duplex. Un- JunlO ( warm welcome to the Sunshine J ""
irnlahed. Tile bath terrazzo Community Club of Liberty py/Y.
jors. 2963 NW 46th st. NE SALESMAN Semi retired sales City May 9.

1-6026. M27 man or during summer vacation.Can club New year officers Include for Mrs.the 1961-62 Odessa OAive !ON $aAt A
earn $200 per week. We
HOMES and Property, between build, remodel, and sell homes. James, president; Mrs. Ruth
]9th and 62nd sts, 22nd ave to Will train you. OX 18371. Williams, recording secretary OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave & 69th St. u
1th ave. Small down payments

., V. Vlles, broker, NE 53532. JOB WANEDHOUSEKEEPER

Jun 10 In private Rev. James C. Bannerman, a FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ,
home. Call after 7 p.m. PL former MIamIan, Is spending ten '\
[OME. bedroom, 1 bath. $20 48871. days In Miami visiting relatives When you looked at Rachel Cado the last't:
per week. OX 18371. and friends. Is
Rev. Bannerman
the son of Mrs. Zeola Banner- %\ thing you thought of was a missionary-and yet
DUPLEX APT. bedroom. Adults man-Moore. Since leaving Miami she was-until one man's arms turned her

only. Apply 1242 NW 51st Rent and buy at the same several years ago, Rev. Banner- life Inside out. ...| HOW COULD
Terr., near bus and Gra dway. time. 2-bedroom home. man has served as pastor of one : S V IT HAPPEN TO
of the AME Churches In
(FURNSHED Weekly rooms. $26 a week. Pennsylvania. He Is now pastorof r CADE
$8.50 single. $10 double. Mae's one of the Churches. In North ?
Guest House, 2170 Washington N.W. 50th STREET3bedroom Woodbury N.J. ,".
I Ave., Opa Locka. Jun10 1 fur- "
bath CBS) Rev. Bannerman pastored several

WILL: SNARE my bedroom nished. $600 down. $100 a churches In Florida before 6
home couple or couple with month. transferring to the Philadelphia !
one child. OX 62421. conference. He is rememberedby !
3064 :N.W. 64th St. his many friends of Greater
I.BEDROOlDupplex.. Bethel and St. Paul AlIEhurches. Si
furlshed with all utility Completely paId. $50 cash, $25 a week His daughter, Marva, c'tj1" ... 8
3-bedroom furnished Is now residing In Miami and Is )
per week. P h o n e NE .
4-3759 2272 NW 58th St. employed as a Metro recreational i Cam .. "
1391 N.W. 52nd ST. worker His friends may con 1
TWO 1-BEDROOM houses furnished Home and tact hIm'at 1427 NW 6th ave. or ANGiE U :'
unfurnished income.. $2,450 pal PR 3978.. DIC NSON'PETER FINCH'ROGER MOORE. I'
:near;;' 22nd ave', Nice reasonable ,big down. Coat you $40month" a t',""" .,..u.- !"': '" d
"' : STARTS AT 10:50 ,_,VlJ :
front1'yard, '2161 NW'' 58th St. for" 2-bedroom h'Bme'plu. i .oI\i.Ii.1 '.

Phone OX 17804. 1-bedroom apt. Corner Miss Almeta Borders .
than, Ala., became the bride of
FURNHED lot fence
Efficiency. Call partly fur. Josophua Summers, son of Mr
FR 12036. NE 3-3198 or OX nished. and Mrs. Willie Anderson of 551
5851.. NW 7th St., apt. 28, Miami, In ,
We arrange financing marriage ceremonies held on pi ;;8 IiDXiI
FURNISHED ROOM In new May 5 In Dothan. The newlywedswill
home for respectable couple, PL TRIO REALTY arrive in Miami in July and
7718.. will be at home at the above ad I p .
dress. ,,,daWARBER BROSIW1.
FURNISHED ROOMS Quiet 801 N.W. 54th St.

clean summer rates. OX 1-5343 STARTS AT 9:00 ./ ':
or FR 9.4859, 1009 NW 2nd ave. OX 6.1740 PL 9-8372 Cadet FIrst Lt. Charles Tay
Indf lor Lowrie, son of Mrs. T. L. "GUNS OF FORT PETTICOAT"STARRING
Lowrie of 320 NW 9th st., will
FURNSHED ROOMS. Nice rooms graduate from Pennsylvania Mil- AUDIE MURPHY
for nice people 418 NW 8th St tary College on Sunday, Juno
(upstairs). Phone FR 9-9212, RESTAURANTFORSALE 4. Cadet Lowrie will receive a STARTS AT 7:30
Reasontble rates. Sorry, no bachelor of science in biology de
children. greet
lie has been active in the
ron LEASE band (drum major), PershIng SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY
Rifles Drill Team, vice president -
Will lease for
sIx Located
years to re Centrally
of his freshman class and
people our 12 unit president of hIs sophomore class. PAT
apt. house near downtown Miami 1421 N.W. 3rd Ave. j
$1,500 Investment required, For
appointment call FR 97326. A Going Business for More BOONE

FOR SALE Than 20 Years .. ast.nl.SI000Y OINMIS IAIIAU

2 bedrooms, 1 bath, garage. All CASH OR TERMSA t r UACkE1FO'kff1EOEN' [
tile features Beautiful. 2780 .'
NW 56th st. Jun3A Good Deal For The

B USsuitable Right Person 3 Brand New Homes
for church ) /
lodge or organization, also piano
For Information
and other church furnish Ins. 1260 N.W. 55th St.
Call OX 1-7556. M27 1437 N.W. 56th St. ; 'zCINaP.4ASCOPk COLOR by DC lux!
Phone FR 3-0197
BAR 839 N.W. 56th St.
Beer and wine bar seats
12 at bar, plus three tables. Llv OPEN SUN. 2 to 6 P.M.
Ing quarters. Zade's Bar, 5960 PAN AMERICAN

NW 27th ave. M27 3-Bedroom, 2 Baths [
owner. 2 bedrooms NW 45th large St.Flori by Split levels, garages
6100 N.W. 17th Ave.
da room, patio with barbecue
pit, big back yard with Florida rooms
lot of
shade and fruit trees Open 2 to Home For Rent 4 STUAAT

7pm. Harmar, Inc. MO 5-3592 H.rnoWluforr .
3114 N.W. 60th St. .WNII
944 NW 47th St. lilt v
2 baths. Florida room bedrooms -, Nice 2-bedroom frames '* RAYMOND OERALDINE BffiDI \) ,

Manor from extra large elementary Park kitchen Swimming school, 2 Pool and House.Phone$20 OX per 1.6341 week Richmond SUN. 2 HeightsOPEN to 6 P.M. ,I I2c.y SSEY iIGENAl.DJO J NN O N ,

$450 down. Phone PL 86269. Corner Coral Reef Drive CINtM.Sec c COLOR by D wxa
r .
HOME. Nice 34)edroom, 1 bath And Fillmore St.
$150 down. OX 18371. Mae's Beauty Chest PLUS
WANTED 6833 N.W. 15th Ave. LOW MONTHLY 1

Close to NW AREA 7th Special for (2) weeks only PAYMENT .-4ZI1 ::1 _1ij t' .\
be- .
.. .
M 0 .-'DNA P.a..a'
low 54th St. Have a few All adults hair styles Tremendous corner lot

choice homes, duplexes and $2.75 and $3.00 3 bedroom, 2 baths garage I ON !

lot*. Want selected clients Built-in Oven and RangeA cl.a..s..... MIIROCOL411pf111

for above. Contact realtor Children up to 12 $2.25 split level beauty FOlO.MAZII) Sp I.MNE>> WTE1.Mf1110'( 1Kll t tt'

PL 88010.
Any style namewe'll
you Ora D. Taylor CE 6-4246
do it
OX 1.9924 11

Can earn $10,000 year '< M.G.M Presents
$2,500 down. Balance paid MATALIE RITZTHEATRE u
from earnings. Must quaJi. ,
fy. Mr. Andich. FR 44114. formerly of Mae's Beauty I MHIoCofor I'

Chestis 4,,__. Robert "Cyd Lee I.' : 1

at _

"Adventure in The Arts" SALON John IRELAND ;

Beginning June 17 1508 N.W. 67th St. RIchArd Egan wit*NOT WITH.aw: : itniy.com MUM
Fine Arts Conservatory OX 1-2616 NE 4-2027 PLUS"Bramble ,

Carver(( YMCA) SpeelAllzinff in tinting hairstyling Bush"

Call OX 6-0231 or calp treatment 4tlri tJ l Richard Darton UBI......1Bl
'IIW'iIfi 11IU'J/fM J 1IIlJ
., uu"IU.Wl'1IIl'UlP'L.lII7! UII'.JB'!' ItI1
FR 4.7053 cold waring [JII5

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.. .......... tale Let's And out if we are
paradoxically clinging to the
PHIL OSSOFER teacher while: ignoring the


SAYS: To get that beautiful Wdrd!

wd want, we must get back t tb
-- -
basic religion. It is tinty

This is aft age ot enl ghhneiit through the Christ spirit that
It Is a day of growing knowledge we will enable the ,heavenly'
but apparently an era of little flower of God's love to blossomon
wisdom. It Is the epoch of the earth True religion bringsus
incredible paradox. It ia as If we together as the one family 'of
had taken a powerful machine man. If our religion does not do
4 $ (created through our material : this, it cannot 'be true religion
knowledge) and put it on the I for God relates us .one to the
r 1N street without its steering apa- 'other. If one has become weak
ratus, (spiritual wisdom) thus i In human relations, it i becausehe
,, making it a deadly weapon Instead has forgotten what re'igion
of a constructive tool for has taught him. ; that all humans -
the betterment of humanity. are his 'relatlone.Beautiful .

Why the spiritual failure? Is
it because we have allowed religion -
3 the vehicle of humanityon
+ the road to God, to fall into Home on
disrepair? Is not religion the Your Lot
promulgator of God's word on
'i earth and the 'guidepost of
__ peaceful living in this world?
.I ?( aiea8bdiilletb
We must face this .fact: It thereis (

& : !J In no Miami's place, there sum expose is no religion recent

ly, one of the City Commission-
Birthdays are usually happy ers strongly! denied that the commission *
occasions and the first birthdayof THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA was responsible for the
Girl Scout Troop 409 was no
wretched conditions!: rampant In i1 ltdUi.i1tloe\
exception This was an affair PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 the slum area Facts prbved
long to be remembered by both
for an hohdst
otherwise government
girls and adults present Miss - -
.;. r-:1"-= ... .. ::: ::: is at fault if it, ignores the
Elizabeth M. Jones and Mrs. I degradation At its 'citizens. BUILDING
Llllle A. Blair, leaders of Troop
To that the present prac FINANCINGYour
409 have truly given their girlsa deny
full year of good scouting. Richmond Heights Flashes the tice Unhealthy of religion is local responsible and world for New Horn

The Investiture Ceremony which
conditions Is to deny reality.To .
was performed as a result .of the have both true religion and No Down
girls passing their Tenderfoot By ORA D. TAYLOR
deplorable human relationshipsas
Rank Requirements launched a ---------- - .. now exists is an incredible Payment
program of camping, hiking and o paradox. Love and hate, like
inter.troop activities thus widen JOUQUET OF' TIIE WEEK artistic program carrying out fire and water, cannot live to Over Twenty Years. of
ing the interest circles. the seasonal scheme, and to the gether. Construction txpiHcft**
A Mother and Daughter Ban The Bouquet of the Week goeso friends who came to enjoy tie
quet, served in the Breezeway. I Miss Victoria Simpson, .our closing program for PTA for The true teachings of human. Quarant..d e.tlafntlon'V
'orae Demonstration Agent, lo- relations are in the Holy Scriptures
of the Carver Branch was held school term 196061. ,
in observance of this very spec ated at 10990 SW 152nd et. for God is the fountain. ((3)>
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY head of all light and the sourceof
lal day. Fathers served the Miss Simpson halls from West
guests so that the mothers who lorida and is a graduate of LEADERS TO MEET all truth. I believe it is time (!)(lD D ID(]ffi
to revaluate
us ourselves in
had prepared all of the delicac orida A and M College, a memo
lee could accompany their b, 'r of ,Mt. Zion Baptist Church, The leaders of each communityon relation to our religious teach PL 1-3604
daughters to dinner. Decora- Miami, a member of Delta Sig- Housing as it effects juvenile ings. Are we in truth living the
tions were in Girl Scout colors 1'1Theta, Sorority, the Non delinquency are to meet to life taught us by Christ? Do we Mlam
and a Girl Scout Emblem plus Pnell Study Club and Women's. compile material and inforna- really love one another as tie
appropriate posters added to the Cub' of Richmond Heights. tion gathered in your particular taught Us? Let's go' back: into aas N.E. 79th St.
present Scouting Spirit. We have observed Miss Simpson community of the general report. the' Scriptures read' and medl-

The guest table was graced by over the years as she unassumingly Those who cannot attend will ""d4 Y :!- lr .(
Mrs. Charles Finkelstein went about her please mail your report to Housing -
president chairman, Mrs. Ora D. Tay
of the Girl Scout work of training young people
and Council and adults for finest homemakers lor, 14601 Lincoln Blvd., Richmond BEDROOM CBS HOMEWith
guest speaker for the
evening I
68 Fla.
Many have benefited because Heights ,
and her husband Miss
Dempsey Crery, executive director ':mlnstaking of her services diligence rendered and in The meetiui la for Monday Fla., room on, corner lot $350 down. FHA
of the Girl Scout Council, 'lalnlng minds and hands to evening, May :29.> 8pm. Send a

Mrs.of the James Hibiscus Crawford District, chairman make clothing: items for the representative If leader cannot terms. Total price $11,500. 20 other to choose from
Mrs 'iome and careful preservation of como to meeting.
Clora M. Pearsall, principal of .
oods. She has attended state
Orchid Villa Elementary School, GIFT COMMTTEEThe
Wind national meetings connected
and: Mrs. Harry Wheatley, form. McNicholas Realty
er district advisor with her work and brought bank Gift Committee of Frank
of the Girl
Into the community her findingsto C. Martin Elementary School
Scout Council
and her husband.A .
make them concrete evidencesfor composed of the following 6th 7927 N.W. 7th' Avenue PL 1.7592 PL 4-8853
her students. She has beenn
very Impressive Flag Ceremony grade mothers: Mrs. Martin,
performed by Senior active part in civic, educational Mrs Rahmings, Mrs. Eubanks,
Troop 857, under the capable and religious programs: of Mrs. Freeman, will 'meet with ? a
leadership of Mrs. Miriam Pratt, her !community and others. their chairman in the near fu. -
started the events of the even- We salute you, Miss Simpsonfor ture after more parents have donated
ing. Following dinner, Mrs. your fine arts of living and the required amount designated IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE
Flnkelstein: most graciously held your untiring services rendered \by the Sixth Grade Mothersor
the attention of her audience your community. May God's their contribution. Notices SUSPENDEDWhy
with her topic, "Hats Off To richest blessings be always yours. will be mailed: Your Scribe is wait to six weeks clear
up to record whenwe
chairman Mrs. Willie
Young of
the Past, Coats Off to
The Future
." The message was BO time. 1'1'TEA A SUCCESSThe Harrison st., t la party chairman. can clear you and have your driver's license back

ly that all Scouts listening could PTA Tea of Martin Ele "ONGItATU14AT10NS in your wallet in ONE DAY at .
not help but privately rededicate mentary was a success. Iho tea
themselves to the laws they live was carried out In beautiful A new and fine condensed Service-first; Insurance Agency
and by the Promise they mad table decorations depicting the uagazine now .on the market is
Intermediate Scouts Brenda easons in beautiful colors, Mrs 'Unlimited" edited by William 3497''''N.W.. 7th Avenue NE 5.6355

Turner and Pamela Bethel and Ammons, the general chairman, ticBrlde and Leonard Walker, and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue
Senior Scout Barbara Brown was supported by the seasonal :ince a resident of the Heights. NA 4-6612
pave the occasion, introduced 'hairman, Mrs. Ann BaUey, Unlimited recently carried a con Open Saturdays until 3 p.m.
the guests, and encouraged In. ;iprlnp table; Mrs. Duncan, vincing account of Richmond J
termediates to look forward to hummer; Mrs. Myrtle Bethel, Heights. It has the calibre of the 111"l Jllmlll
the Senior Program \utumn, and Mrs. Marie John. most readable material you Iii IIIIL III mIll 1 I

No Girl Scout program is com on, Winter table. have read under a small cover.

plete filled the without air at songs all appropriate and these The program was made up oforal McBride and Walker and TV Service Calls *L Jo
talent. Delicious refresh I their staff are to be complimented
moments. So ended the
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SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1961 PAGE 15

By RUTH PERRY JESCA's ADULT man will sing a prayer for the
_. mothers, while other club members
"" =>- "" =-
t- -<::"-::::: AND SENIOR will portray charming hostess

After hearing the news from the question still remains: Whatto a canning voice, a charm-
Alabama these days, it l& witha be done about Alabama (and CITIZENS ing walk. Mrs. Emma, Jones
tense of great relief that I perhaps Mississippi?) The fact F Ye will represent the charming hos
look around me and know I am that such prejudiced and intoler- HONOR MOTHERThe teas Mrs. Joyce Whitehead, will
living in a southern state that int acts are being committed in represent Mrs. Catherine New-
!hag at least made some positive :he United States and adding f Senior Citizens Depart bold as the Ideal mother. Models
progress toward better race relations fuel to the fire of Communist ment of the James E. Scott of bronze and Ebony beauties
in the matter of desegre propaganda, has been said so Community Association presented will feature mothers of beauty.
gation. many times, both locally and on a unique program Sunday, The public is invited.
the national level, that it has May 21 in the Liberty Square Mrs. Geneva Mann Is club
ALABAMAThe long become an old, old story. Auditorium It wa* a crowning president, Mamie Gill, program
event for Golden Age Club. mem director.
situation in Alabama at The action bers.
taken on the partof
first thought, I am sure, makes the Federal Mrs. Anne Coleman, motherof
all of us so angry that we would quick, direct government and necessary.was the year as proclaimed by the CAN TOO MUCH BE DONE
like to go there and use some There interracial mothers club
was no dolay when it be- FOR
kind of force to stop such tragic came apparent that some action brought honor and dignity to
and unnecessary.happenings.. was needed tu stop the violence the occasion by placlncr a crownon Fr. Theodore GibsonAND
However I have never taken to erupting in Alabama. the lovely Golden Ape
the theory of "an eye for an how 'citizens of I Miss Marie White, dynamic Queens. Mrs. Patsy Evans was THE NAACP?
eye" or "a tooth for a tooth," when national TV I I fraternal leader and assistant crowned the oldest! mother, Mrs.
because such methods of retaliation ported on the dl I probation officer in the Dado Ella Lampkin was crowned for The Crusaders say
are merely vengeance and their state, telling of County Juvenile and Domestic her popularity in the club and
do not lead to a peaceful solu In action of local Relations Court, will be the a mother with the most grandchildren NO!
tion of anything. Violence al. enforcement officers, principal speaker Sunday morn Mrs. Mary E. Williamswas
ways begets violence, and I be Icnce-provolkius words ing when New Bethel Baptist crowned as the mother,
lieve that the majority of people Patterson, the Church celebrates its 4th annual grandmother and club president.Mrs. Ntw, Instant RELIEF
hope for peaceful solutions to tection of U. S. : Woman's Day. Helena Sifontes was crown
all critical and grave problems. within their rights Mrs. B. Louise Rolle is general ed as the Queen of Queens as lor TIRtb, ACHIiNfr BACKS*
Governor Patterson of Alabama state travel regulations chairman and Mrs. Lillian being the most popular Golden
is the highest elected official am certain, felt Burroughs, co-chairman. Rev. Age Club member for having the
Ernest Williams is pastor. largest number of guests to at $595BACK
of that state, and, presumably I terribly sorry that ,
speaks for all citizens of can be allowed to tend the program and vote for

Alabama. That might be weal! state of the Union. Algonquins at her.Honors
and good if Alabama were isolated : were also given to EASEIPli..LIn
in the middle of the Sa Tin SOLUTION1 Children's Home Mrs. Emma Wilson, Mrs. Janie
hara desert where their Henderson, Mrs. Mary A. Wil- d.. III. It ?sr arm.tif.l.
There is MtrollU* (upportl DMlgatxl als
no r a
SundayOn liams. Mrs. Verdelle Cox was the
state's rights and insular 1 itirilcfl luppoti m nufMlurn-
stamping out of charming mistress of ceremony, Ir.wrlbo4 Iqr doctor*. No fining r* .lr.4.
methods could hold full Nn fffnli toft foam robber tM
sway. >d.
eradicating of racial Sunday afternoon, May 28 The Housewives Club in Scott (,ntlintuiif.i{ bttk MUNltt. Knelrtllnf
However, it is another story
cation pill .Iny..er; firm tM tunporv.
to be
when we know that Alabama Ls appears at 3 p.m. the Algonquin Club is Homes will honor mothers for WRihiblt.. InrlilbU wndtr nib lMnc.
safe and permanent ( their charm and talent on Tuesday Fr m n. kuiiiin. stop |iitffrlri ot a member of our United States Inviting everyone to spend one 1 ***** u cu'*sun
ever, as most states May 30 in the Scott Homes
hour with them on their an
and such is both
as Dulsory educational ( nual occasion to present a very Auditorium at 8 p.m. Mrs. Al- 1 KM) N.W. 3nl Ave., Miami Fla.
and morally: to abide
legally ,
by, least for people up to bertha Johnson, chair IIAHLKM DRUG OO.
fine musical program at the Dado! program
and uphold the larger constitution
age) perhaps the time
County Children's Home at ,, _
that of the United States. to give compulsory .n-
:STATES' RIGHTS those southern states Como and Get u Beautiful loom In a
all the privileges, Appearing on \l\o program will
The talk we hear from Ala spect due them as a be Rev. William F, Savoy Dan $500,000 Building: in Downtown Miami
bama these days as uttered by Union, but who defy Ipl! R Francis, the Harold Hlggs,
Gov. Patterson might be coming nullify Federal laws, Frank T. Rivers, Loan B. Simmons 150 Rooms $8.50 a week and up
from a time long gone the no responsibility to and Baldwin Hepburn.The .
days of the Civil War. States1 area of the United great guest artist Charles Also Kitchenettes Available
yond their borders: Rogers will bo at the keyboard,
rights then was one of the
dividualism division and Wright
is a ,
questions, and the South chose
to interpret these rights as mean. acteristic, but when it Alfonso Williams, supervisor of SPACIOUS CAHD ROOM PIIONlfl SEnVIOBIMPE'RIAL
ing complete jurisdiction withinstates' to the extent that the principal Silver Oak School have
all out to make our visit a'' HOTEL
Alabama is carrying/ gone
borders as opposed to the
rights of the Federal govern be shown the right huge success.L. 50 N.W. 8th Street FR 3-9417
Force I La not the L. Bibbs, chairman; Baldwin
ment. Individualism and
person some kind of Hepburn, secretary and CLAIIKNCH WILLIAMS, Malinger
al independence of action have
Charles head the welcom
Lion in the meaning Hlggs,
always been American character
istics, but when these traits are racy and human rights Ing committee. "'T..._ ,...._
applied to a state to the extent Alabama must not be
be the cancer on the :: :- -0- ....:-, ::
tha sates' rights held to be :
are tic, and I don't think ---- --- ....... '\ ".

supreme rights, the situation nullifying\ Is grave Federal and want ity of this American deplorable FOR SALE by OWNERMONEY

full of potential danger.A .
diary situation to go

> union of states, mound together nitely In America we TALKS
freedom for all or we !
a government
each with rights, responsibilities, s'avery for all! It is 3-BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, CBS RESIDENCEBEST

and privileges, Is a wonderful DEAL IN MANOR POOL AREA

has American worked idea.out By very and well large Most it Corner lot, private entrance, large living, dining and

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to comply, in some small way
with the Supreme Court's de- iI'I THIS ONE HAS MANY POSSIBILITIES

cesion on desegregation. Pressure 4821 N.W. 10th Avenue
has been to make
:some of the states necessary get moving( DONE BYJohnson OPEN SAT. 4 TO 8 P.M. SUN. 2i30 to 8 P.M.
but incidents of violence: such m OR BY APPOINTMENT ANY DAY OR /NIGHT
'the recent Alabama case, have STRAIGHTEN Phone MU 1-5381
!been few and far between. It
would appear that the states of Before 8 am or after 4 p.m.
.A'abama and
Mississippi need .
-: :
(special treatment. How long can

'one or two states defy, nullify r HOME In ono quick,
:and fight the United States government .

'ROnf n AND IIRASONAULKACTIO.V natural looking
You can have -
straight hair the safe, easy Increase Your
I felt that the sending of U. fl. SILKY 8TKATE way. Do it
Marshals was a very good move yourself at home and save time
by the Attorney General of the and money The easyto.follow
U. S. Troops would not have directions assure professional- 10 WEEKS COURSE
served the purpose so well, b"- of like results. Your hair stays
cause we all remember the bitterness straight and easyto-manage for

Rook by engendered the arrival in of Lltt such'e 409 N.W. 17th even months when, ,wet.will not go back Qualify in Bedside Nursing and

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Kennedy took the right way. Dut ."'., iIII"1'._ coarse hair

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der Rev. J'. A Roberts, brought
the church, a
Bishop>i Greene Friday, fay 19 the business soul-atirring message. We raised
quarterly more than $400 for:the quarter.
II session of our second
o PAGE 16 SATURDAY MAY 27 1961
This meet
At St. PaulThe conference was held.
ing was well attended and the

35 SLUM SHACKS IN AND AROUND quite second a day Sunday for us in, May and was he stewards confirmed.The of the church were MIAMI TIMES ADS

'brought the morning messagein morning service was in DON'T COST THEY PAY
TO BE RAZED THE BAHAMASMiss of Bishop Sherman L. high gear and the Presiding El-
: person
a :Green, presiding bishop of the .__..__ _.L_, .,
The I Miami reorganized Build Rosebud' Bell 18, mem 11th Episcopal District. This 1
Ing' Board ot Appeals on Wednesday ber of the Church of God choir message will be long rememberedby TV and Radio Repair '
ordered ,35 condemned attracted the interest of Major those present.
buildings all over the city de ,
General Sir Robert a
During this service the young AND EXCHANGEALL
molished 'within 30 days. Bahamas SALES
former governor of the
est and oldest, along with the
The board has about 80 over when she sang a solo. at mother having the largest num. GUARANTEED
due cases After a busy session, the funeral services of the late ber present in church, were honored
W, Eneas, So charmedwas
the voted to meet againon Bishop by being presented beautiful
June group 14. he with her voice that he bouquets of flowers. These Home Service Calls $1.50KNOW
heard her three times before he
persons were Mrs. Ellen Sweet YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE 9
blast returned to England from his ,
The heaviest made by ing, oldest: Mrs. Neat Lou Wynn,
the board Wednesday was in the visit. youngest with five children present JOE SCOTT .
Central Negro District, where it She was accompanied bv Bet and Mrs. Doreatha S. Wilcox Authorized Factory TV Repair .
ordered owner H. L. Green to Cambridge, whom Sir Neville youngest. Mrs. Carlee Dan'
pull down 16 unoccupied frame asked to make a tape recording iels and Mrs. 'Bertha Holjoway 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-3381
houses at the corner of NW 4th of her voice and send to him. He were presented bouquets for
ave. and 7th st. The'property: is will play It for his friend, Sir their years of untiring service to
managed by A. II. Adams. Douglas Fairbanks, the famous ifI
Owners of seven pieces of prop. actor and get his .opinion on the
erty appeared before the board possibility of developing her
I voice with training.
to ask for extensions or permissions ,

denied.to repair. Their requestwas Ronald Richardson, a seamanon YOUR LAST CHANCE I

the s.s. Bahama Star, was
The Board said It was taking
action first .on the worst prop' arrested Tuesday morning, May TO
9 as the ship arrived from Miami BUY 5 ACRES OF LAND NEAR THE
erty. and charged with the traf- .
fic death of Daniel Deleveaux, -40-MILE BEND FOR ONLY
29. Richardson allegedly knocked .\ '
Open Sunday 2''to 6 p.m. down Deleveaux in the
course of dangerous driving on ,
desirable location East Street Sunday morning. He ,; j $695$1,50DMOOWNTNH '
Highly '" ,;&
near Manor Park Pool. Thisis He did was not stop granted after bail the] accident .I ., .<,, .. '. ." ;""..' .:;...", O'j4'l..
a must-see it now. Owner
going north, must be sold The body of Gerald Fitzgerald; i."' THIS LAND IS GOING UP IN PRICE TO
furnished CBS 55, was found floating off Fowler ',' ,\ ... $795 FOR 5 ACRES NEXT MONTH
Completely Street dock on Tuesday, May 0'
hardwood floors. One mort- 9. Mr. Fitzgerald, a former' LAND IS WEALTH I BUY A SHARE OF FLORIDA TODAY

gage. FHA terms;. Call now Board of Education teacher, was .
born at the Ferry, Exuma, but
to see. was employed at Rose Island asa "
51st caretaker.A No interest on ,balance due
1331 N.W. Terr.
friend who was supposed to e No taxes until paid in
meet him at the dock and join ': )
,\1. him in retrieving some flsh-traps, No Closing Costs
found the body. It Is believed 0 : ,
End that search reducedfor <
that he might have had an at- ',' o No Extra Charges 0 .
quick sale.. 'You simply ack of fits, which he sufferedfor '\\
must see this lovely 3-bed years since he fell from a .
horse. .
room CBS with space to He is survived toy his parents, ,'.; $1.00 DEPOSIT WILL HOLD
spare. One mortgage, only five brothers and two sisters.A .
$80.25easy\ monthly !pay I
15-inch-long papaya w a e
ments. grown in the South Beach farmof
Daniel Saunders of Marshall
Road. It was also nine Inches in
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